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t always. :/iavtin1g Steve Farrell is busy at work with
preparation lire his Wolverine trackmen in prepara
m must do a lot tion for the fast approaching outdoor
l m rleus t c lottrack season.
lather. The ambitious schedule that has
been arranged for the cinder men
s lather. It must be opens with the Drake relays on Safur-
ater or hot. urday, April 29, and it is toward this
early spring classic that Steve is now
Williams' will not pointing. Twelve men remained in
Ann Arbor during the recess and
spent a large portion of their time at
Ferry field getting in trim for this
event. It is the plan of the veteran
coach to enter three relay teams, one
in the half mile, one in the mile,and
)., one in the two mile. A few men may
be entered in the special events such
as the hurdles, pole-vault, high-jump
and the like, but that all depends upon
the performances of the coming week.
Ohio Comes May 6
On the same day as the Drake re-
lays is listed is found the Penn re-
lays and it would not be surprising
to find a Michigan man or so entered
in the Eastern event. Ohio State comes
to Ann Arbor on May 6 for a dual
meet and then on the following Sat-
urday the Conference champions, Il-
linois, will give the Wolverines suf-
f r ficient cause for worry at ferry field.
On May 20 the' team will travel to
Chicago to meet the Maroons and
should have little trouble in downing
them. Then comes the Western Con-
ference outdoor championship meet at
Iowa City on June 2 and' 3. If the
showing of the team warrants entry
Michigan will be among the contest-
ants at the National Collegiate Ath-
letic association meet listed at Chi-
cago, June 17. With this the season
wilW be completed.
Sense T Optimism Prevails
The coming outdoor season i# re-
garded with great promise In spite of
the poor showing made by the Wol-
the Sense family, areverines in their indoor meets. Steve
has hopes of developing several men
:aes of for the special events in the outdoor
meets, and although he shies at mak-
ing any advance promises, he looks
W ~h e-forward to a successful outdoor sea
hat 100,percent.All freshmen indoor track jer-
nd elimination of other seys are now at the intramural
office. Men who have won them
Never produces "that can get same by calling at this
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