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TH E MICHIGAN DAILY

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Scholastic ?Ieet
Plans Arranged
Plans for the Nineteenth Annual In-
terscholastic Track and Field meet
set for May 24 have been issued by
Manager David A. Forbes,'120.
If preliminaries in any of the events
are found to be necessary they will be

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LUNGREN LADS
Glenn Scheduled to Hurl in Second
lWolverIne-Maroon Game of
Diamond Year
NINE TO CONTINUE TRIP WEST
FOR IOWA CONTEST MONDAY1
Expecting two first class battles,t
the Wolverine Varsity nine left Ann
Arbor at 10:42 o'clock Friday night to
invade the Windy City for the secondt
contest of the season with the Chi-t
cago team.p
The other battle is to be fought out
on Monday following, when the Iowa
championship calibre team twill -be
played, on their own grounds.w b
Lineup Unchangedf
With practically no change in theI
lineup, the M. A. C. game personnel
will be followed in both contests, ac-
cording to Coach Lundgren.
Glenn, who is fully recovered from
his injury received in the M. A. C.
game played here Wednesday, will
start the game for the Maize and Blue.
Hisahurling is expected to vanquish
the Maroon players. However, Parks,
who is being held in reserve for the
Iowa contest, will be sent into thet
Chicago game of he is needed.
Iowa Presents Strength
The contqst with Iowa is consider-
ed the test of strength of the Maize
and Blue squad. Although the west-
erners have been defeated in one con-
test this year, they stand second on!
the list, and are tied with Illinois,
whom they also beat.
Both Iowa and Illinois are slated for
the championship of the Conference,
yet it fis agreed by all critics of the
nine man game that both teams will

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ALL-FRESH NOTICE!
All men on the freshman base-
ball squad will be expected to
report for the game which has
been arranged with a selected
team for 1:15 o'clock this aft-
ernoon on the Varsity diamond.
The match will end in time for
the Chicago track meet.
have to contend with Coach Lund-
grens squad before a final decision of
the championship can be made. -
Same Men Make Trip
The same fourteen men who were
taken on the last trip of the Varsity
team, were taken along last night.
No alterations have been made in the
first string squad.
Following the game with the Iowa
nine, the squad will returnto Ann
Arbor. M. A. C. and Iowa are slated
for games next week. Iowa will come
here Saturday.

YESTERDAY'S

GAMES

American League
New York-Detroit (rain).
Boston 4, Chicago 7.
Washington-Cleveland (rain).
Philadelphia - St. Louis
grounds).
National League
St. Louis 4, Boston 2.
Cincinnati 1, Brooklyn 0.
Chicago 0, New York 3.
Pittsburgh 8, Philadelphia 3.

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FARREL EXPECTS
Showing Made by Midway in Eailer
Meets Gives Michigan Edge
in Nine Events
F"AVORABE TRACK CONDITIONS
PROBABLE BEFORE AFTERNOON
'According to the performances of
the Chicago track team outdoors this
year, we should not have a great deal
of trouble in winning from them in
the trac meet Saturday afternoon,"
Coach Steve Farrell said Friday.
"They are srong in the javelin throw,
pole vault, mile run and half mile run,
but we are conceding them none of
these events."
The drenching rain which fell Fri-
day afternoon will not hurt the track
because it is very well drained. That
the oval will be in good condition for
the Maroon-Wolverine meet this aft-
ernoon was the prophecy of the
groundkeeper.
Farrell Gives Lineup.
Varsity trials Wednesday afternoon
resulted in the picking of the follow-
ing entries for Michigan:
100-yard dash-Cook, Losch, Meese;
220-yard dash-Losch, Meese Wetzel;
440-yard dash-Butler, Messner, Scho-
field and Petty; half mile run-Burk-
holder, Larssen, Walker and T. Sedg-
wick; one mile run - Bouma and
Earle; two mile run-Captain Sedg-
wick; 120-yard high hurdles-John-
son and Haigh; 220 low hurdles-
Johnson and Cook; pole vault-Cross
and Westbrook; shot put-Smith, Bak-
er, Walls and Lindstrom; discus throw
Baker, Smith, Lindstrom; hammer
throw - Smith and Haigh; :javelin
throw-Lindstrom, Walls, Baker and
Haigh; high jump-Johnson, Haigh,
Platts and Baker: broad jump-John-
son, Westbrook and Wheeler.
Coach Stagg is counting on get-
ting points in the javelin throw, pole
vault, mile and half mile runs. His
javelin men are strong and will un-
doubtedly take this event. Graham,
the Chicago pole vaulter, is scheduled
to take first place although Cross and
Westbrook are showing good form.
Maroons Bring Stars
Graham did 12 feet 8 1-2 inches it
last year's Conference meet and if
he is up 'to his regular performance,
is better than our men in this event.
Speer, the Chicago half miler, has done
better time than any Michigan man
this year, but Burkholder has been
improving steadily in the workouts on
Ferry field and will give him a .hard
race. McCosh, the sensational dist-
ance runner, is undoubtedly better
than any of Farrell's men in the mile
run but he will meet the strongest of
opposition when he comes against
Sedgwick in the two mile run.
Curtiss is reported to be a fast man
i the 220-yard dash, but otherwise
the Maize and Blue tracksters are
doped to be superior in the sprints.
Gorgas nosed out Baker in the Con-
ference meet last year in the shot
put, but there may be a different story
to tell after this afternoon.
Annans' in Nine Events
Dave Annan and Dunc Annan are
Ohicago's all-round men and one .of,
the pair is entered in nine out of the
fourteen events. They are more or
less dark horses in the running today.
as very little is known here of their'
ability. Dave Annan ran at Ferry
field once before, but did not show ex-
ceptional speed. Dunc Annan played
a good game of football at the half
back position before he joined the air
service and went to Ellington field.
It was there that Coach Farrell knew
him but Steve did not get much of a
line on his track ability.
Kennedy beat Butler to the tape in
the quarter mile event at Chicago this
spring but both men have cut down
their time considerably since running
on the cinder track and there may be
a surrise in store for the Maroon
man this afternoon.

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pulled off at 10 o'clock Saturday morn-
ing. It is not expected that more than
two Qr three of the events will have
a list large enough to require any
elimination heats.
Events Announced
The meet will start at 2 o'clock, and
the order of events, as issued now will
be: 100 yard dash semi-finals, 120
yard high hurdles semi-finals, finals
in shot put, mile run, finals of the
440 yard dash, pole vault, finals of the
120 yard high hurdles, finals of the 100
yard dash, running'high jump, semi-
finals of the 220 yard low hurdles,
hammer throw, 220 yard dash semi-
finals, half mile run, running broad
jump, 220 yard low hurdles finals, 220
yard dash finals, half mile relay.
Medals for first, second and.third
places will be awarded, and a ribbon
for fourth. Sevencups have been of-
fered by various societies and business
men in Ann Arbor. Cups are up for
the individual point winner, team
breaking half mile run record, the win-
ner of the 100 yard dash. Cups have
also been offered for the team winning
the meet three years, the team win-
ning the relay three yehrs and the
team taking second place in the meet.
Baseball to Follow Meet
The program for the day is as fol-
lows, 8 to 9, meeting of representa-
tives of all teams with Manager
Forbes in the Athletic office. The rest
of the morning will be devoted to an
inspection of the University grounds
and buildings except for men in the
preliminary heats. The meet is ex-
pected to rup from 2 to 4, and will be
followed by the Michigan Iowa base-
ball game. °
MICHIGAN TO FACE
MIDWAY NET MEN
Through the showing of Westbrook
and Bartz during the last week, a vic-
tory over Chicago in today's matches
is anticipated. Westbrook has not
been playing up to his usual form, but
will undoubtedly regain his stride un-
der competition. He is considered by
critics as the best in the Conference,
and by his performance up-to-date,
this prediction will be realized.
Bartz has improved his game since
last year, when he was runner-up in
the tournament. -His height helps his
net play, and his accurate service
keeps his opponents on the defensive
most of the time. In the doubles both
Westbrook and Bartz play well to-
gether. Westbrook's best playing is
done at the back of the court, while
Bartz plays his best game at the net.
The strength of the Chicago team is
unknown. Pike, who defeated Egbert
easily last year, will be one of the men
to represent Chicago. He has been
picked by many to take the Confer-
ence title, and should give Westbrook
a heated argument. Coach Mack is
expecting an easy victory. The match-
es will be held at 10 o'clock this morn-
ing.
JUNIORS ACCEPT
'22 TANK BATTLE
Wednesday, May 21, is the date set
for the freshman-junior informal
swimming meet, which will start at 8
o'clock in the local Y. M. C. A. pool.
The arrangement for the aquatic meet
resulted upon the acceptance of the
challenge issued by the yearlings to
any or all of the upper classes.
The freshmen boast of such swim-
mers as Steketee, Babcock, Gilmore,
Loeb, White and Joyce, many of whom
have competed in regular meets prior
to their entrance in the University.
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