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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BRIHT WEATHER AIDS
FINIL TRACK PRATICE
WELL BALANCED CINDER OUTFIT
TO MEET MAROONS SAT-
URDAY
Practically every man on the track
squad showed up at Ferry field Thurs-
day for a light workout. Due to the
unusually good weather there were
no stiff muscles resulting from the
Varsity trials of Wednesday afternoon
and every one seems to be in perfect
condition for the Chicago meet tomor-
row.
Squad to Rest Today
This afternoon will be a holiday
for the men to rest up prior to the
Maroon-Wolverine contest of Satur-
day and judging by the performances
of the past few days, it looks as if
some very good time would be niade.
The mile run has been a weak spot
in Coach Farrell's outfit all season,
but Bounia has never looked better
and it would be conservative to say
that he will cut down his former time
by eight or ten seconds.
Sedgwick and McCosh, the two rival
captains, promise to furnish some ex-
citement in the two-mile run, Al-
though Sedgwick was nosed out in
the indoor Conference meet, McCosh
will have to run the hardest race of
his career if he expects to repeat his
victory on Ferry field.
Sith Heads Weight Men
It looks like clear sailing for Mich-
igan in the weight events, with Smith
showing remarkable ability in throw-
ing the hammer and with Baker sign-
ed for the shot put and discus throw.
As the javelin throw is new to Lind-
strom and Walls, they are not yet up to
intercollegiate form. However, the
coach expects them to be in shape to
compete inthe Conference meet.
kennedy, of Chicago, beat Butler to
the tape in the indoor meet but Butler
has improved his time considerably
since coming out on the cinder track
and is expected to take the quarter
mile on Saturday.
880 Runners Improve
The half milers are ingood shape
and have been making good time,
Burkholder doing exceptionally well
of late.
Carl Johnson, who. will be entered
in the low and high hurdles, and the
broad jump and high jump, promises
to come up to his former performances
in all of these events. Although the
all-around star has been doing the
sprits in very fine time, the dashes
will be taken care of by other men to-
morrow.
Cook,Losch, Meese, and Wetzel will
be entered in the 100 and 200 yard
dashes and all the dope says that they
will acquit themselves to the honor
of Michigan in these events.
Chicago Announces Entries
Chicago entries for Saturday's meet
wil be as follows :
100-yard dash-D. H. Annan, Crane,
Gemmill, Harris.
220yard dash-D. H. Annan, Crane
Gemmill, Harris, Curtiss.
440-yard dash-D. H. Annan, Hall,
Harris, Kennedy, McCosh., R. M. Moore,
Speer, and Curtiss.
Half mile run-Cox, - Hall, Lewis,
McCosh, Speer, E. H. Moore.
One mile run--Cox, Harding, Lewis,
Long, McCosh, E. H. Moore, R. M.
nMoore. P
Two mile run-Cox, Harding, Lewis,
Long, McCosh, E. H. Moore, Watson,
R. M. Moore.
120-yard hurdles-Ames, D. C. An-
nan, Bushnell, Graham, Hall, Guerin,
220-yard low hurdles-Ames, D C.
Annan, Bushnell, Guerin, Hall, Harris,
and R. M. Moore.
Aijans' Feature List
Pole vault-D. C. Annan, Graham,
Birlhoff.
Shot put-D. C. Annan, Gorgas,
Jackson, McWilliams.
High jump-Ames, D. C. Annan,
Graham, Veazey,.
Discus throw-D. C. Annan, Gorgas,
Jackson, Schneberger.
Hammer throw-D. C. Annan, Ken-

nedy, D. H. Annan, Graham, Veazey,
Schneberger.
Javelin throw-D. C. Annan, Gorgas,
Jackson, McWilliams, Reber, Schne-
berger.
NINE TO JOURNEY
FOR CHICAGO GAME
Coach Lundgren's Wolverines will
leave Friday night for Chicago where
they will clash with the Maroon nine
Saturday afternoon. Glenn is sched-
uled to start the game for the Maize
and Blue.
The batting order for the Michigan-
(;h~cago game will start with Knode,
*s., followed by Cooper, If; Bower-
man, rf; Garrett, 2b; Huber, c; Kar-
pus, 3b; Froemke, ib; Langenhan, cf;
Glen and Parks p.{
YESTERDAY'S GAMES
American League
New York, 4; Detroit, 3.
Boston, 6; Chicago, 5.
St. Louis, 2; Philadelphia, 0.
Cleveland, 6; Washington, 3.
National Leaner
Cincinnati, 10; Brooklyn, 0.
New York, 6; Chicago, 1.
Pittsburg, 6; Philadelphia, 0.
St. Louis-Boston (rain).
Michigan's paper for Michigan men.
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