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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BNTEST ATHLETES IN US

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BIGGEST ENTRY
IN HISTORY OF
CARNIVAL

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More than 300 relay teams will be
entered in- the University of Pennsyl-
vania's Annual Reiay carnival. Al-
ready the number of colleges is close
to that mark, and this. meet,' which
promises to be te biggest athletic
event of the year, will include every
school west of the Rocky Mountains
which is fast enough to enter.
That the track games of this year
will be up to the pre-war standard
is indicated by the :remarkable per-
formances already shown by the big
college teams. Harvard, Princeton,
Cornell, Chicago, .Michigan, Coluinbia,
Dartmouth, Notre Dame, and Yale
have given promise of exceptional
teams.
Penn Best In East
In the East, Pennsylvania and Harv-

ard have made the best showing in
relay racing, the Red 'and Blue's one
mile team being, the fastest indoor
four in the East. Chicago has the
same reputation in the West, so the
meeting will be an event worth see-
ing. But ,outdoor running is differ-
ent from 'indoor work and both of
these teams wil have to be careful
of Harvard, Pittsburg, Michigan, Co-
lumbia, Dartmouth; -and M.. I. T., as
these schools are certain to have fast
teams to enter in this event. In the
two mile relay Hgryard.recently prov-
ed against Yale that they have some
fast half milers 'and Cornell; Notre
Dame, Chicago, PennState, and Co-
lumbia will find it hard to best the
Crimson %uartet. Coach Stagg will be
watched in connection with the four
mile relay as he is known to have a
good bunch of long distance men. As
only a few -of the distance runners
have been in aetion yet, little can be
definitely said of this event.
First Day to BeGood
The sprint and medley relay event
that are- held on the first day of the
Carnival'should>:be remarkable as sev-
eral colleges ar# known tQ have rec-
ord breaking.. teams for these races.

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- =BY TRACK TEAM MENTOR
ATHLETES S T I LL SUFFERING
)FROM SAT'URDAY'S
MEET
These races will bring together many Tuesday was rest day for the Far-
of the most noted sprinters and mid- rell track clan, the men being engaged
dle distance runners in college today. in moving their belongings from Wat-
Shea, of Pittsburg, the 440 yards erman gymansium to the Ferry Field
champion, Shaw of Columbia, the half club house.
mile champnon, Hammond of Pennsyl- Outdoor practice starts Wednesday,
vania, the 220 champion, Johnson of as it is expected that the cinder track
Michigan, three times champion of the wil be in condition for use by this
Western Conference, Erdman of time. For the last two weeks, at every
Princeton, the hurdle champion, Mc- favorable opoprtsnity the caretaker
Cosh of Chicago, the western mile has ben at work leveling the oval and
champion, are only a few of the rec- hse pre ing the outdoor
ord holders who will appear in the
season that will open this week.
sprint, or medley event.Only a little warming up was done
The final date for "the closing of Monday anight, as the men had not
team entries is April 1. Scores ofyet recovered from the effects of the
watces, aner ad medas ae be- meet Saturday. Sore muscles requir-
ing engraved for prize winners and
-ed the attention of Clarence, the ea-
record makers. Teams entering aft- gle-eyed trainer of the Michigan war-
er April 1 will not be given chances rios, who was much in demand
in the pole drawings and final classi- Great attention- will be paid to the
___tn.quarter and half milers for the rest
of the season, as few points were tak-
SPARKS MAY NOT en in these events last week and more
RETURN IN FALL wil be needed in the outdoor meet in
June.
It has been reported that. Clif Sharp to Guide Yale's Gridiron Squad
Sparks, Yost's wonderful little quar- A new coach, Dr. Albert H. Sharp,
terback of the 1918 team, will not re- Yale, '02, has been engaged to take
turn to school next semester. His ab- care of the Yale 1919 football squad.
sence will weaken the football squad Dr. Sharp goes from his post as the
materially.DrShrgosfo hipstate
Cornell mentor. He will be super-
Sparks was one of the best open visor of all athletics as well as foot-
field runners that ever played on a ball coach at Yale.
Michigan eleven. In the fall of 1918 .
he displayed remarkable form in the s
earlier, games. In the Kalamazoo Weathier Keeps Yale Squad in Gym
Normal clash he injured his knee. This - Yale is still holding baseball prac-
injury proved serious, and he was out tice indoors because of wet grounds.
- for the rest of the season. . However, Coach Dawson says the
In the forward pasing game Sparks team is rounding out in good shape
was exceptional. His accurate pass. and will be ready for out door work
ing netted many yards... As a, leader sg soon as the grounds permit.
of the team he displayed, unusual
oolnea and tact, generally calling for Always-Daily servc-Alway
the right, play, at. the, right time.-
Since entering the service he has -u
been stationed at San Diego, Califor- I r
nia. He- is expecting to go intobusi- I n.. ! 'rls IPay
ness with his father in the near fu- ed. Evening, Apri 2
ur.
WHITNEY THEATRE
VARSITY GOLF IMPOSSIBLE
HERE; NO PLACE TO PLAY
Although golf is one of the varsity
sports at a great many of the col-
leges and universities throughout the
country, it has ben impossible for
Michigan to organize any sort of a
team. One reason for this is that the
only place. it -is possible for Ann Arbor
students to play is at the Golf club. V A
As this club will only take in a few
University students it is impossible to
get enough nen to try out for the
team. This is a deplorable condition
but it cannot be helped, at least for
the present.
Within the last few years golf has -
become a very poular sport especially - }
in the East. Among the larger schools-
that now suport golf teams are Yale,
Harvard, Princeton, Pennsylvania,
Williams, and Columbia. It is hoped
by a great many that conditions may
soon be such that Michigan will be
added to the list.
Eugene A. Giannini of the N. Y. A.
C. will coach the Columbia univer-
sity's crew this year.
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