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A. 1922

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THACK M!N UNDERTAKE DIFFICULT
INDOOR AND OUTDOOR SCHEDULES;

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Opening Meet of Season Set for Feb.
18 When Chicago Comes to
Waterman Gym
CORNELL, OHIO, ILLINOIS
ALSO FURNISH OPPOSITION
Few schools can boast of a more:
ambitious track 'schedule than the one:
that has been arranged for Michigan's
1922 tracksters. With 10 big meets
definitely assured and with two oth-
ers pending Michigan's track men will
not be lacking in competition, both as'
to quality and quantity,
Chicago Is Opener
On Feb. 18, but a month or so hence,
the Wolverine squad will do battle
with the Maroon tracksters from Chi-
cago at Waterman gymnasium in the
first indoor meet of the season. Lastf
year Michigan's athletes encountered
but little difficulty with the Maroon
track men winning easily by a 64 to
31 margin. However, early track re-
ports coming from the Chicago insti-
tution bear a rather optimistic note
and it is expected that the Maroons
will be a rather formidable, if not
dangerous, opponent.
Next on the schedule comes one of
the track classics of the West, the Il-
linois Indoor Relay Carnival to be
held at Urbana on March 4. The Illi-
nois officials in charge of the relays
this year plan to out do all of their
previous efforts in arranging for- the
event and hope to have at least 500'
athletes from the larger, schools
throughout the country't vieing with
each other for premier honors. Illi-
nois, whose track aggregation last
year was victorious at the carnival,
should again prove to be the most
dangerous rival of the Wolverines for
first honors.

Indoor Conference Next
The indoor track season will reach
its climax when the Big Ten teams
congregate at Evanston, Ill., on March
18, and match their prowess for the
Cnference indoor championship. The
Western Conference Indoor Cham-
pionship is always regarded as the
big event of the indoor season.
On the following week the Michigan
track men will travel to Ithaca, N. Y.,
where the: will fight to get a favorable
break of the existing tie with Cornell
in a dual meet. For the past two
years the Cornell meet has proved
most exciting, the relay having been
the deciding factor in the 1920 event,
while many closely contested races fea-
tured the meet last season. Cornell
vanquished the Wolverines by the
scant margin of 46 to 40 in 1920 only
to fall before "Steve" Farrell's boys
last year by a 50 1-2 to 35 1-2 score.
Michigan track enthusiasts can look
forward to another real thriller this
spring.
Month Between Seasons
A full month will elapse before the
advent of the outdoor track season,
the Drake Relays being the first meet
listed. The Drake Relays are to the
West what the Penn Relays are to the
East. In other words this event to
be held at Des Moines, Iowa, on April
22 is prominently considered by all
large western schools.
The Penn Relays are scheduled to
he held at Philadelphia April 28 and
29. Michigan has not as yet entered
in any of-the events in the Penn Re-
lays and whether such entries will be
made largely depends upon the show-
ing made during the indoor season.
Ohio in Dual Meet
On May 6, the Wolverine team will j
entertain the athletes coming from I

Ohio State in a dual meet at Ferry c Y
track and no undue amount of trouble
is expected from the Buckeyes this
season. IF1
And then come the Conference track,
champions. The Illinois track squad;
will come to Ann Arbor on May 13, M. A. C. T(
when the stage at Ferry field will be AT
appropriately set for the most bitterly
fought dual meet of the outdoor sea-
son. Illinois plans on having another I the
championship team this year and throughout
Michigan will be forced to hustle if1 throuhokt
she is to thwart the efforts of the hockey
Urbanites. a game at 1
On the following week Michigan's admission c
.h much is kn
cindermen will again do batle with the gregation,1
Maroons this tinie at Chicago. If the an excele
advance dope pans out the Wolverines Michigan i
should vanquish the Chicago boys. Barkell, cei
Outdoor Conference Meet right wing,
The big event of the outdoor season fense, Foll
follows two weeks after the dual meet goal. Sever
with Chicago in the form of the West- chance to,
ern Conference Outdoor championship In additi
meet. Iowa City, Iowa, will be the play the M
scene of this event. Once again the
Wolverines will be compelled to 20. Notre
pointedly regard Illinois, champions following
of last year. at Notre Da
With the National Collegiate Ath- will be pla:
letic association meet to beaheld at There wil
Chicago on June 17 Michigan con- week at th
cludes her track season. The schedule :30 o'clock.
arranged this season is one of theI outdoor rin
best Michigan has ever had. A team pleted, so
which can victoriously wrk its way practices in
through it is now the only requisite Several g
for its success. ing out for
ulars, amo

GAME JONIGHI
WEATHER PERMITS
' OPEN RINK SCHEDULE
7 O'CLOCK TONIGHT
IN COLISEUM
cold weather prevails
the day, M. A. C. will open
season here tonight with
the Coliseum at 7 p. m. The
charge will be 25 cents. Not
own about the Farmers' ag-
but it is rumored to have
ent team. The probable
ineup will be as follows:
nter, Kerr, left wing, Kahn,
McDuff (capt.), left de-
is, right defense, Comb,
al other men will get a
play during the game.
on, the hockey team will
lichigan College of Mines
at Houghton on Jan. 19 and
Dame will play here the
week, and the team will play
ame on Feb. 11. Wisconsin
yed on the same trip.
1 be practice every day this
he Coliseum from 5:30 to
Due to the weather, the
nk has not yet been com-
it is necessary to hold all
ndoors.
good looking men are try-
the team besides the reg-
rg them being Steketee,
Flinterman, Levy, and oth-
h who will have a chance
ir stuff in the early games.

Bits O fSports
Wisconsin's basketball team gave
Northwestern a severe beating Mon-
day night on the latter's court by the
score of 22-9. Taylor, for the Badg-
ers was the shining light of the game.
Springfield college gymnastic team
has scheduled the longest trip of its
career. They will travel more than
4,000 miles this season giving 22 ex-
Ihibitions.
Iowa State college has scheduled a
wrestling match with West Virginia
for Feb. 10 . Iowa and West Virginia
are champions of the west and south
respectively and a great deal of in-
terest has arisen between the schools
over its outcome.
Oxford university's lacross team in-
tends to invade the United States this
spring, playing several colleges in
the east and south. They expect to
arrive in this country March 22.
University of Illinois battery candi-
dates were called on Monday by Coach
Lundgren. All the regular members
of last year's hurling staff are back
this year.
SOPH LIT HOCKEY NOTICE
All soph lits interested in class
hockey call Masters before Fri-
day. Entries must be in by thatf
time. Phone 2384-M.

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night free. We serve a 40c meal
which includes soup, choice of four
meats, vegetables, bread, dessert
and drink. Menu changed twice
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