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THE MICHIGAN DAILY -IDAY, F

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tr4o t E x p e c te d to P u t u p o t F lY 1 t
For Championship This
Season
SIX TEAMS IN AMERICAN
CIRCUIT LOOK PROMISING
While basketball is still at its
height and track ha just gotten a good
start big league baseball is waking up
and looking around. Most of the teams
are already settled in their southern
quarters and in a few days all of the
old timers = are expected to join the
recruits who, have made their appear-
ance. I
The annual. schedule-making Pest,
held .at New -York' the other day,.the
first oficial step. toward the starting-
.t the new season treated Detroit the
best that she has been treated in
years, from a financial viewpoint, al-
though the arrangement of games
gives Cobb's charges a full month of
travel through the East just before the
final pennant spurt. Navin field will
see tb Tygers perform on 14 Sun-
-days,13 Saturdays, Memorial Day and
Labor Day. From the standpoints of
Navin, Kelsey and Briggs, the owners,
this is the next best thing to being
handed the pennant.
ShouldR Be hot Race
From all appearances this year is to
see one of the :hottest' pennant =races
in the history of the American league.
From the time the season opens on
April 18 u-tii it closes on Oct. 7 it
should be a' neck-and-neck race be-
tween Detroit, Cleveland, St. Louis,I
and Chicago, in tbeir attempt to cut
New York. out of her present holdings.
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MICHIGAN
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In 1919 Northwestein's football teami
had Michigan 13-2 at the end of the
third- quarter. For three quarters they
had outplayed the Maize and Blue, but
in the last few minutes of play Mich
igan came back. Glenn Dunn made
the first touchdewn. Score 13-9. Then,
with two minutes to play the old.
statute .of liberty was attempted, the
same one that had won the Pennsyl-
vania game four years before 13-11.
It worked and with proper interfer-
ence the touchdown was made by
Sparks. Score 16-13.
In the first four years that Yost
coached at Michigan the Wolverines
won the Conference title every season
absolutely without dispute. This was
in 1901, '02, '03, and '04. In 1905 the
championship was lost by two points.
Michigan defeated Ohio State by the
score of 86-0 in 1902. This is the larg-1
est number of points that a Wolverine
team has ever run up against the Scar-
let and Grey.
Statistics show that Michigan and
Nebraska have met just three times on
the football gridiron in 1905 and
1917, two of the games being in the
same year. In these three encounters
Michigan won two, while the western-
ers ;tied the Wolverines for the third.j
The total scores are Michigan 57, Ne-
braska 6.
Michigan has clashed with the Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh three times, once
in baseball and in two tennis meets.
The baseball game was in 1913. Michi-
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the hurdles and the broad jump nc under the direction of Coach Gill for outdoor race a Iowa (it: only to be around championship. The best bet
doubt, but it is uncertain whether or the coming relay carnival. Caai6i< iraltifid. Swcet a;O ran on the in the special events will be Ayre in
Tnot he wil enter the all-around Sweet is Illinois' premier quartr mil- medley quartet which placed secon j the dash.
V ~~~~~~~event. Hubbard has not as yet doe er unless Fresseden, wbo has re to Iowa state hinlast y ,r' carnival. Wisconsin and Iowa Who also laveHHE'ganjupgthsesoinclpi urdtohenvriymn 5t0 Setwlbenhrmnonfl'' srngemsaentasetuon-
any jumping this season in competi- turned to the university, manaaxeso seet wi be a1.1cho1 ifan Oil Gil! ' trong teams have not as yet announc-
tion, but has of late been practicing untangle a scholastic kink. Sweet newmile team and will be accompan- ed their entrees, but it is certain that
form in this event and will be in good llaced third n the Bgr Ten meet at id by Fitch, and two men picke' !they ill be able to tur out strong
shape by a week from tomorrow when Iowa City last year, and also was a Ifrom Graham, Smuts, or Koonz. material to oppose the Wolverine del-
Coach Farrell Plans Trial Relays the Wolverines will test their metal member of the Illinois mile team also nter a squad in the
Tomorrow as Annual Illinois against a large field of entrees. Hub-I which copied the indoor relay at Ev- s(il willisentrd lathsd in the a-akei that Coach Frrell decides to
Meet Nears bard broad jumped 24 feet 6 1-2 inches anston and flashed to victory in theo specialeventsasintheall-_tak__with______to,_Urbaa.
in the national A. A. U. championships
SEVERAL SPECIAL EVENTS defeating Gourdin of Harvard, world'r'
ON THIS YEARS PR()VAM champion. 0 W M N O M(a$a u a e am
-- Hubbard Stands Out -
In view of the trial relays that will In the hurdles Hubbard stands out
be run tomorrow afternoon in Water- as one of the best, if not the best.
man gymnasium Coach Farrell has hurler in the Conference at this time,1d
given a rest to all men that will enter and will be a point gainer in both the
the trials, yesterday afternoon and .
this afternoon, so that they will he high and lows, however, the races
in the best of condition for the stren- vill be longer than before and he will U
uous races that they will have to run. have a harder tinie placing in both of PCKET
Coach Farrell has not as yet decid- them as there will also be trial heats a M 0.
ed what men he will take to the relay before the finals.
,ai at ta-a U b kctIuc a fr. a n i At ii uh tht, reiili l t .f

carnival at r ana a. weex rom to-
morrow, as it is a problem how he can
best juggle his material to make the
best relay teams. If the times of the
trials are satisfactory he will take
three teams to, Urbana, but if they
are not up to Conference relay stand-
ards he will be forced to shift his
best men into some other combina-
tions.
Several Special Events
Besides the four mile, two mile and
mile relays there will be ten other
events, including the 75 yard dash, 75
yard low hurdles, 75 ygrd high hur-
dles, 300 yard race, 600 yard race,
1500 yard run, high jump, pole vault,
broad jump, and shot put. There will
also be an all around event.
Coach Farrell has not as yet made
any definite statements concerning
whom he will place in the different
events, but it is certain that he will
enter men in the hurdle races, high
jump, pole vault, broad jump, dash,
and shot put. Hubbard will handle

g1v e8p uue itDen
competition in the high jump, pole
vault, broad jump, and shot put, it
is there that the Wolverines should be
able to show the greatest strengtil
as there are at least two men that
are of Conference calibre in each of
these events except the broad jumpA
Coach Farrell's men in the field events
have not as yet been forced to ex-
ert themselves in competition so the
results of the coming carnival wilV
no doubt show better marks for
these men than they have ever made
before.
Sweet Leads IlliMi
Headed by Captain Sweet, Illinois'
track team, is training industriously
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