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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Steve 'Farrell enthusiastic ,Oer
Prospects For 1922 Track Squad

"Michigan should have a good track
team this year," said Steve Farrell,
the veteran Wolverine track coach, in
an interview yesterday morning. "Al-
though there are no champions on the
squad at present, prospects are bright
enough to warrant my saying that we
will have a well-balanced team, per-
haps as strong as any in the Confer-
ence this season. Of course," he quick-
ly added, "that is barring ineligibili-

ties. If the squad is hampered by in-
eligibilities, it will be put in a rather
hard way and things won't be quite so
promising."
This, in short, is the keynote of
Coach Farrell's views in regard to
Michigan's indoor track team, which is
now i4 the making. Although Steve
is not making any rash promises as
to winning the Conference champion-
ship, his general optimistic attitude

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seemed to infer that the Wolverine
tracksters would at least make a
strong bid for titular honors.
The squad, at present, has all the
aspects of a well-balanced aggrega-
tion. The strength is evenly distri-
buted throughout the dashes, shot-put,
high jump, pole vault and hurdles
with an acknowledged weakness in
the distance. However, the coach has
drafted several capable performers
from the 1921 cross country outfit to
correct his weakness, and, although
this is a rather early time to judge,
their steady improvement thus far has
been quite satisfactory.
Simmons Best in Big Ten
In the 50 yard dash Captain Sim-
mons stands out above any runner in
Conference circles. At the Conference
indoor championship meet last year
he managed to cop first place quite
handily and with his additional ex-
perience this year he should easily
repeat his performance. The other
men who look promising in this eent
are Kelly, who placed second in the
Cornell meet last winter, Burke, Mar-
tin, Goldwater and Harvey.
In the 440 yard run Lewis and Join-
er, both veterans, will be the depend-
ables. Althought ex-Captain Butler
will be greatly missed in this event,
his absence will be partially offset
by the availability of these two men
in addition to Thomas, a member of
the 1921 squad, Purdy. and Seymans,
both of whom come from the yearling
outfit.
In the 880 yard run Douglas is the
only veteran. Although he showed up
fairly well last ytr he must show
considerable improvement if he is to
win his event. Hattendorf, Weeks, and
Gibson are the other half-milers of
promise on the list.
Mile Weak Spot
The mile unquestionably is weakest
point on the squad. Standish is the
best trackster in this run and he will
be accompanied by Arndt, Bowen and
Davis, all of whom come from the
freshman squad. These men have
plenty of hard work before them if
they are to earn any points for their
team.
Chute, Penberthy, Wittemoe, Vandi-
Viste and Marston, all of whom have
been transferred from the cross coun-
try team, will perform in the two-
mile run. They should be able to
garner several points in every meet.
In the hurdles Sargeant should be
the best point snatcher. He showed
up well in all the dual meets last
year and is conceded to be a hurdler
of no mean ability. Aubrey and
Schmidt are the other men trying out
in this event.
Walker, in the high jump, undoubt-
edly is the peer of the Conference in
his event. He won points, in every
meet he entered last year and should
prove a valuable asset to the team
this year. McElvin, Smith and Ward
are the other likely men in the jump.-
Landowsk Back
In the pole vault Landowski is the
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most pomising of the candidates. In-
eligibility kept him off the team last
season and barring a failure in studies
this semester he should prove a good
performer. Smith, Naylor, and Lally
are the other vaulters bidding for
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places. quantity in this event is made
In the shot-put the squad is excep- quality. VanOrden is concede(
tionally strong. VanOrden and Stype, on a par with any shot-putter
both veterans of last season, will do Conference, while Stype is no
the heaving. What is lacking in as a weight man.

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