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May 26, 1922 - Image 10

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-05-26

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PACE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PICTORIAL SUPPLEMENT

FRIDAY, MAY 26, t922

JOHN S. LANDOWSKI, '23
The real star of the 1922 track
team. He has done 12 feet nine
nches in the pole vault indoors.
=di 22 - d"gsxfe nt e
y track high janmp consist-
D point ently. In the lii-
id20 oisgdsix eet he
tied for first honors
with Osborne, Illini
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WALTER H. SIMMON
Running the 100 an
t yard dashes the Varsit
captain has been a sur
winner for his team.

STEPHEN J. FARRELL.
Twenty-fire years ago the
present Varsity track
coach was the best half-
Isiler in the U. S. and clip-
ped the distance in 1:53.
In addition he did the 101
in 10 flat, and 440 in 48.
L. E. NEISCH.
A football man
who has also done
consistent work
on the track team.
Here be is taking
second place in
the broad jump,
O.S.U. meet at 21
feet five inches.
rc

R. JEROME DUNNE, '24L.
One of the greatest all around
athletes Michigan ever had.
In addition to track he was
football captain last fall and
and starred in basketball.

C. W. LEWIS, '22. \
One of the most depend-
able quarter milers on the qi
team and a veteran of two c'
years' service.

OFF ITHw TsHE GIUiN.
Start of the 440 in the O.S.U.
meet. Michigan runners made
a great race here but were'
nosed out by Everett, of Ohio
State. Lewis, Joyner, and Sie-
nsons followed him in closely.

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