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RECORDS ESTABLISHED GIVE
PROMISE FOR FUTURE TEAMX
Michigan's Varsity track team start-
ed its 1922 season in a most gratify-
ing fashion. In triumphing over Chi-
cago by the one-sided score of 77 to
18, the Wolverines conclusively show-
ed that their team is probably as well
balanced as any in the Conference, ex-
cluding Illinois, perhaps, and is to be
feared in higher track circl9t.
Coach Farrell seemed well pleased
with the showing made by his men last
Saturday. In commenting upon the
meet, he ┬žaid, "Chicago's team was
miserably weak and the victory really
doesn't signify so much. Yet consid-
ering the time made in the different
events, I doubt whether any track'
teani turned out by Chicago for some
years past could have beaten us. Two
gymnasium records were broken and
one tied, so with a little more develop-
ment Michigan ought to have a well
balanced team. For this early part of
the season I am well satisfied with the
showing made at the meet last Satur-
day..
By far the most spectacular per-
formance of the afternoon was the
pole vaulting of Landowski. With the
cross bar exactly 12 feet, 2 1-2 inches
from the floor this stocky little track-
ster cleared the necessary height and
. established a new gymnasium record
in this event. Landowski should im-
prove considerably during the course
of the season and should be a real fac-
tor on Michigan's track team.
Davis Made Record
The other record which was broken
Saturday was that of the two mile
run. Harry Davis, apparently run-
ning an easy race, negotiated this dis-
tance in 9 minutes and 57 3-5 seconds
and also shows promise of doing better
before the end of the' season. Chute
and Whittemore were but a few yards
behind at the finish and should be
sure point-getters in this event.
In tying the record of 5 3-5 seconds
for the, 50 yard dash, Kelley showed
that-the Wolverines will not be lack-
ing a speedy dashman this season.
The mile run proved a revelation to
all Wolverine track enthusiasts. Steve
Farrell's milers made a slam in this
event, a performance wholly unlooked
for, and covered the distance in the
commendable time of 4 minutes, 29
seconds. Bowen, the winner of the
event, ran a remarkably easy race,
showing a running form which was
quite noteworthy. Davis has shown
signs of, becoming a bright light in
track. Arndt and Standish, who
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placed second and third, respectively, Fisher Sends Varsity Squad Through
also are deserving of mention for run- Batting Drill; No Cuts
ning a pretty race. Made Yet ..
Half Mile Strengthened -
Of the other events, the half mile NINE GAME SCHEDULE WILL
was by far the most satisfactory. The BE PLAYED ON SPRING TRIP
time of 2 minutes, 1 1-5 seconds made
_ by Hattendorf is considered excep- Coach fisher's baseball proteges
- tionally fast for this time of the sea- were given their first batting and
son, and the half mile squad consist- fielding practice yesterday afternoon
ing of Douglas, Price, and - the win- in Waterman gymnasium. The bat-
ner of tho event may not be as weak tery men were given a hard workout,
as it was ,first considered. Douglas but limited still to straight balls. All
was expected to win this event Sat- the infield and outfield men spent the
urday, but the pace he set for the practice period accustoming them-
run proved to be a little too speedy selves to handling batted balls and
and the result was that le tired be- drawing out the last few kinks in their
fore the end, finishing third. tarms
Sargent's showing in the hurdles arms.
was worthy of the 'Conference chain- Bating.Prcicet
t pion. By the time the big meets come At one end of the cage the coach
around "Sarg" should be ready to do had a separate net and here he put
some fast stepping. Brunner, a new most of the veteran men through an,
man on the squad, ran an excellent hour of real batting. With Blott be-
race hconsideringhisnsize.hind the plate the coach sent3in ball
Siemons, in wining the 440 yard after ball with all the speed of a reg-
dash, and Thomas, in placing second, ular game in order to see whether
made a creditable showing. The win- his men still retained their batting
ning time of 53 3-5 seconds is several eye from last season.
seconds out of the way of what will Fisher has between 75 and 100 men
be necessary to win this event in the out as candidates and will work all
championship meets. of them this week before making any
Stipe won the shot put for Michigan cuts in the squad. Starting next week
with a heave of 41 feet, 3 1-2 inches. he plans to start the first weeding
Altliough 3 feet less than VanOrden out 'of the impossibilities. He will
an ineligible, has done in practice, the continue to drop the men until ther
distance is in no way unsatisfactory. opening of outdoor practice so that+
Stipe is the only Wolverine mainstay when the men get on the diamond
in this event and should be able tohe will have th right sized squad
hold up his end against any of the with which to get results.
Conference putters. The absence of sore arms is not-
The high jump finds Michigan able this spring and if Fisher is able
strong. Both McElven and Walker,
who tied for first Saturday, are capa-
ble of doing over 6' feet, and should
garner quite a few points for Michigan
during the course of the season. Walk-
er is the joint holder of the outdoor
Conferenec high jump record and so
Michigan has little to' fear in this
event.
The relay team ran well, but canC
still stand a fair amount of improve-
ment in time. The men who ran Sat-
urday are by no means permanent fix-
tures on the relay team and will have IS JUST AS NOURISI
to battle to hold their jobs.
Bright Prospects DURING THE WINTER
Earning commendation through its
showing Saturday, the Wolverine SUMMER. IT KEEPS Y
track team is far from being a fin-
ished product. The showing made in
different events was exceptionally good
for this time of the season; while that
of others were by no means up to.
snuff. With a due amount of practice
and faithful training the team can be
molded into a powerful aggregation
and be considered a likely candidate
for the Conference championship, but
not otherwise.

* Keep rigs men rom tis epidemic
he should have a well rounded squad
to open the outdoor season.
Schedule Another Game
It has been announced by the Ath-
letic office that another game has
been scheduled for the southern trip
of the Wolverines. Birmingham
Southern College will be played on
April 13. This increases the schedule
to nine games, making the fullest
card a Michigan team has ever filled
on a southern tour. The trip opens
on April 8 with the University of Ken-
tucky at Lexington and will include
games,' with the Universities of
Georgia, Cincinnati, and Vanderbilt
and Camp Benning The last attrac-
tion on this trip is the game on April
16 at Cincinnati.
Following is the Southern schedule:
April 8-University of Kentucky at
Lexington.
April 10--University of Georgia at
Athens.
April 11--University of Georgia at I
Athens.
April 12-Camp Benning at Colum-
bus, Ga. Two games.
April 13-Birmingham Southern
college at Birmingham, Ala.
April 14-Vanderbilt at Nashville,
Tenn.
April 15-Vanderbilt at Nashville.
April 16-University of Cincinnati
at Cincinnati.
Bits Of Sports
Head Coach Dr. Wilce, of Ohio State
university, has issued a call for wint-
er football practice at the Buckeye in-
stitution. Between 70 and 100 men
have answered the call. Coach Wilce
is being assisted by Iolas Huffman,
captain of the 1921 team. The work
is of a light nature consisting of line

and a lap around the track. Antwerp.
University of Illinois freshman track rTrack prospects at the UnP
t Minnesota received a severe
team defeated the University of Wis- urday afternoon when Bill
consin freshman track squad in a tele- star pole vaulter of the Goph
graphic track meet Saturday by a score fractured his ankle while i
of 46 to 44. This is the first telegraph- for his event. Hawker will
ic freshman track meet to be held at competition for the remaind
the Illini institution. indoor season.
Director of Athletics Dana Mw Evans, Read Michigan Daily Ads
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the Purple will have in the Big Ten
race this;spring for the first time in
several seasons will be coached by
Lieut. Henry I. Szymanski, an amateur
wrestler. Szymanski was a member of
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