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Encounter Strong
-day, hrom Ithacans
f next higlbest team. Finally the Red
- and White entered a team in the in-
r door meet of the Intercollegiate As-
d sociation of Amateur Athletes of Am-
t erica, which copped the championship
r from a field of more than 20 schools.
y 10 points ahead of her nearest rival.
h The Cornellians appear to be excep-
tionally strong in the track events, es-
pecially the relay races, mile, two
r mile, half and dashes. In the Eastern
1 intercollegiates the Brown brothers of
o Cornell, easily won first and second
h in the two mile, the victor making the
e distance in the fast time of 9:53 1-5.
d In the mile relay the Ithacan four
t has a record of 3:28 1-5 which is rath-
e er slow for a fast quartet of quarter

milers. 'T
up for thi
the mile -
better tha
Cornell'
traveling1
260 yard hi.
The Red a
the pole v
In the va
Ithacans i
In the brc
athletes h
highest juj
with a les
Cornell
40 feet in t
eral men
9 and 10 1,
(CoD
Watch' f
Day.

imlers and 880 men make
however, these men doing
der 4:30, and the half in
1:59.
trong In Dashes
dash men arealso strong,
75 yards in 7 4-5 and the
hurdles in 8 seconds fiat.
I White is rather weak in
.lt, high and broad jumps.
t the best record of the
hat of Guinlock of 12 feet.
. jump none of the Cornell
e done 22 feet, while the
er on the squad 1 Nichols
of 5 feet, 8 1-2 inches.
.ot puters have yet to\ do
t event, but there are sev-
o ccnsistently do 39 feet,
hes. Cornell quarter mil-
nued on Page Five)
the "il's." Today is "1"

VARSITY TRAICISTERS MAKE FINAL
PREPARATIONS 10fR CORNELL MEET

Farrell Will Send Team Through Drill
This Afternoon to Choose Men
for Trip
YEARLINGS AND REGULARS TO
FEATURE IN HALF MILE RACE
Final trials to determine the per-
sonnel of the team which will repre-
sent Michigan at Cornell will be held
this afternoon in Waterman gymna-
sium. Races will commence at 3:30
o'clock. Trials will be held in the.fol-
lowing events: mile, half mile, quarter
mile, 60-yard high hurdles, 60-yard
low hurdles, and the dashes..
First Year Men Run
The feature race of the afternoon
will be in the half mile when the pick
of the freshman class will run against.
the Varsity half milers in a regular
race. Upon the showing of Coach FaN-
rell's 880-yard men will depend wheth-
er two or three half milers will make-

dash men should
slightly longer dis
been running up b
rell has been rui
the track so that
the 75-yard dista
Sargent will cer
dies. A team mi
ner or Schmitz wi
ed for him this a
high and low hurd
It seems reasc
Steve will take ff
Lewis, Siemons, T
is. Rankin. and c

the trip to Ithaca. Hattendorf, Price,
and Douglas will oppose Isbell, Rein-
ke, and Marsh of the freshman squad
in the big event of the day. Several
of the first year runners have equal-
ed or approached the marks set by the
Varsity men, and a close race is ex-
pected. The race will.settle a bit of
rivalry that has spruig up between
the two squads.
The meet at Cornell will comprise
10 events. They will be the 75-yard
dash, the 75-yard high hurdles, 75-
yard low hurdles, the quarter mile,
half mile, mile, pole vault, high jump,
shot put and the relay.
Simmons Heads Dash Men
In 'the dash, Michigan's entry will
certainly consist of Captain Simmons
and' probably two other runners.
Burke is a fast man as is Kelley and
.Harvie. Trials this afternoon will
probably decide which men will ac-
company, Captain Sinimons. All the

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gan's second entry. L
heard of the latter's abi
he is capable of better
Landowski's finger, inju:
ference meet, will be
ter by the end of the w
expected to maintain hi
ard.
For the high Jump,
again have two entrie

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Should Win
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e should take
oach Moaklev i

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before. Better because it
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High Stana dhas been
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BASEBALL NOTICE

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Copyright 1922 Hart

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Baseball candidates will p:
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weather conditions 'permit
turning to Ferry field.
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mediately at Wagner a
since it' takes from three
weeks to obtain them.
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Chairman Cane Coi
Programs and announ
may be ordered betwe
hours of 2 and 5 o'clock,
and Thursday ,afternooni
booth in University hall.

our

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friend in cold, drizzly spring days.
Stylish enough for fair weather,-too;
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