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- jSCNSIN ;RELAY~
TRACK TEAM;TE E1ND ETERED
INTO HAPEGOPHfER MEETl
I (Specilt h Daily)
MA4DISON, Wis., April 4- Wiscon--
Six Men Will Ma.ke T5rip TO Kansas;snsrakelytm iletr,
Relays; Mile And" Two Mile: sn5cakrly emwl nc
Quarets.To C mpet a special university event to be
staged at the Minnesota relays in
'l;DPRA.TiG :1V FI L inneapolis next saturday. Coach,
(EE PRCIC N ILD .om Jones announced" today that
e, had accepted an invitation from I
i ~Although hampered by the cold the Gopher autlzities,, ad would.
weather of ,the last week, Coach Isend his four quarter, milers, Hlenke, g
Farrell of the Wolverine track team~ Ramxiey, Davidson, anid .Levy.
feels that his men are rounding in- The Badger coach also expr ssec1'i
to good shape, and that after the Igreat satisfaction with the perfor-
vacation training period the Mich- mance of his two Mant team in Tex-s
igan thin clads will be able to give Ias last week. Bahr and' Captain ~
a ,good account of themselves inI.Larson reached their peak in the
any company. Ishot put and broad jump,' while in"
Selecting his team from. the re- ,the South. The former won, firsts
stilts which will be shown in the °in both the Texas* and Southern
next week of work, Coach Farrell1 Methodist Relays. Larson leaped
will send six men to the, Kansas ' 24 feet for a sccond "place on Sat-
relays. It has not been decided1 urdtay.
as yet What relay will go to this I Wisconsin's track and field ath-
week, fetes will not perform again 'as a I
meet, but it is certain that a mile team" until April; 20. 'Jones ,has'°
and, two ; tile squads will be .sent.I withdrawn all entries. For theKan-t
T 7ie ,men shzowinlg ,the ,best wuring sas Relays folowing a decisioni to
the coming period of training are revive the old Wisconsin Intercol-
slated to make the trip. legiate meet. Colleges of the state
1To Enter Drake Relays will compete here, with the Univer-
Coach Farrell's change in the sity on April 20.
nuimber of men he will keep fo
his training table over vacation was Baseball Team Will
mnade because the athletes enter-
ed, in the field events have not, Start South Tonight
had enough outdoor practice to get
them, in shape for the coming (Continued From ,Page 6)
meets, and he feels that the extra Iance on Ferry field yesterday aft-
week of -training will" help mater- ernoon 'as the team took part in a
Tally- in the season's campaign. batting drill on the turf of thel
.With the Drake meet coming close outfield. While the conventional
on he eel oftheKansas Relays grey sutwsagain adopted, addi-
Coach -Farrell will probably enter' tional color has been secured
about a15 men as has been the cus- ,; through new jackets of blue and
,tin the past, when the Wolver-l yellow. Coach "Fisher will hold an
iet ri haegvnago ac - infield drill today if the diamond
count of themselves. To condition dries ot
the men for these two meets, the . Kegler is expected to start;
MVichigan mentor expects to work1 }s agist Cincinnati tomorrow in the
his men twice daily over the vaca- irs tilt of the 1929 schedule. Soe
tion period. " .Truskowski will be his battery mate
Two Drills Daily if "a right _handed pitcher iswrk
Wihlight work scheduled for Iing for the opponlents. Should' al
the morning periods, the Wolverin- isouthpaw be tossing them up for
es illbe entthoug stff rils)Cincinnati, the veteran Gus Reich-
during the afternoon in order to tector. nth ak n po
make up for the long period when tect_____or._
they could not get' outside.LODN-Wle aean
Many, other Conference track AreCmsnWlle Hee n indre
teams have been sent South to 36choe matche wilme te inted
:finish off their Pre-season train- 36taoe mthswieteUie
ing where the weather is better. Stte' golfers are in Enlgland.
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