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Baker, events, while his opponents won one
eft at or two firsts and then fell down mis-
n for efably in the other three
r the Steve Farrell,, the Michigan coach,
athlon seems to think that Dunne stands a
unday -good chance to make the team, and
prox- Baker, he believes, is not much be-
picked hind him. For only three weeks have
being Michigan's men been working out for
, and the pentathion, which to a certain ex-
an- tent will hamper them in the finals.
over. However, the performances of these
n are men are good in all five events, the
hlons, broad jump being the only weak de-
Ire of partment, and lack of training is the
and cause of this.
addi- Champion Not Necessary
if en- It does not take a champion to be
erious a wonder in the pentathlon, for an
average man in all' five events can
generally win the championship. For
rs for instance, Bradley, who won at the
s fol-Penn Relays, failed to do a thing in
tman, the specialized competition of the
ighlin +Iwestern conference meet in June..
eum; Dunne seems to have a particularly
Ath- good chance. In the javelin he does
niver- around 170 feet, which should win him
and a first in the pentathlon meet, and he
Gen- throws the discus around 120 feet,
unne, which shouldplace himamongthe
asuda first two or three. By no means is
eam; he a slow man in the 200-metre run,
artel, but it is in the 1,500-meetre event that
adow- Steve expects him to shine. For such
a big man he clips off the metres in.
f the fast time, and he does this distance
ld in under 5:00 minutes.
gh he Weak in Jump
g he The broad jump is 'his weakest
shape event, Duinne being capable of only
nders about 19 feet; but the average of a
pentathlon broad jump goes around
ut in 21 feet at the most. While not an-
adley other Jack Scholz, he can. still do the
s the 200-metre in fair time, making it in
taken about 24 seconds.
fact Unless there is a big upsetting of
ny of dope, Joe Baker should take first in
elays, the discus,'for he heaves the plate 130
walk feet. Since Michigan uncovered such
pion- strength in the javelin this spring,
ound Baker has not devoted any time to
throwing the weed, but nevertheless he
can toss it in the neighborhood of 150
feet He is faster than Dunne in thel
ra 200-metre, and can run the 1,500-fur-
road long in pretty good style. Again the
win- broad, jump finds him weak, but he
wsnd is good for around 19 feet. ,
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With the departure of Dunne and
Baker for Brooklyn yesterday, Cap-
tain-elect Larry Butler and Steve Far-
rel are the only track men left on
Ferry Field. Twice daily Steve is
working out the 1921 captain, and get-
ting him into the best of condition for
the 440 finals at Harvard July 17.
No word has been received from Carl
Johnson, who is in Spokane, as to
when he was returning, but before
leaving the team in Chicago, Carl as-
sured Steve that he would be back by
the end of next week for a few days'
workout before leaving for Boston.
Farrel Still Undecided
As yet Coach Farrel has not decided
whether he will make the trip to Ant-
werp, but it is most improbable that
Steve will be unable to resist the call
of the greatest track meet in eight
years. No Olympic coaches have been
picked yet, and he itay stand a chance
to go either as a coach or a -traner,
but the Olympic committee being most-
ly Eastern men, it is probable that
they will still think the East is best,
overlooking one of the best coaches in
the co untry at Michigan.
Keene Fitzpatrick at Princeton, Rob-
inson at Pennsylvania, and Oakley at
Cornell, are apparently the most fa-
vored for the honored positions, }1ut as
Steve is placed among the. country's
big five'in track coaches, he stands a
good chance.,
Two Left
If Dunne and Baker do not place in
the finals at Brooklyn tomorrow, Mich-
igan's chances for the Olympic team
will be narLowed to two men, Johnson
and Butler. Baker,'who qualified for
the finals in the shot put, has not madeE
gobd enough records to justify his
being sent to Cambridge, where at i
least five men will compete who have
done better than 45 feet. Baker's best
being 44 feet with gnly five or six men
to be picked caused the Athletic asso-
ciation to reach this decision.
Johnson, who can do 24 feet when in
shape, may be expected to work hard
{for the squad, attainment of which will
be the culmination of the great ath-
lete's career. He can be depended upon
to do his best in the last.chance which
he will probably have for competition.-
Judging from the relative time,; But-
ler is in line for a place on the squad. I
He was second man in the Western
meet, and the time in the East was 3-5t
of a second slower than at Chicago.
In the far West a slightly better record
was made.
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Tulane DirectorT

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Both Stand Chance
If either of these two men perform
up to past records they stand a fine
chance of making the pentathlon team.
At the present time the world does
not possess a man like Jim Thorp
was in the, pentathlon or decathlon,
for he was not beaten in any of these
events in 1912. The United States will
have to depepd upon a man who can
make his average good, and it would
not be improbable if Baker or Dufe
of Michigan would be one of these.
Liners in The Wolverine will do it
for you. Try them.

Pres. Iurton To
Speak In Detroit'
President Marion Leroy Burton will
be the principal speaker on the Amer-
ieanization meeting program . which
the Detroit American Legion is ar-
ranging as a Fourth of July celebra-
tion in that city Monday night in the
Arena gardens.
"The/ Demands of Democracy" will
be Dr.. Burton's subject for the occa-
sion, which is expected to bring out
a huge crowds of Detroiters. It will
be their first chance' to hear President
Burton speak as official head of the
University.
Before his speech the Detroit sym-
phony orchestra will play.

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"Germany" Schultz, '06, who played
for three years on Michigan's great
championship team in the first days
'of Yost's regime, and who was picked
by Walter Camp for the position of
center on his all time All-American
eleven, has been made director of ath-
letics at the University of Tulane at
New Orleans,
It is probable that the one time
Michigan star will coach football and
assume a general direction over the
other athletic activities of Tulane,
particularly in track, in which he has
done some coaching.
The appointment of Schultz to this
position is of particular interest, since
Tulane has a game with Michigan
Ogtober 30, this year, and it will bring
into conflict, 'Yost, the teacher, and
Schultz, the pupil.
From 1912 to 1915 Schultz was line
coach at the University, and since then
he has been football coach at the Kan-
sas State Agricultural college, where
-he has turned out strong elevens.
Subscribe for The 'Wolverine.

ONLY 30 COUPLES ATTEND
FIRST UNION SUNNER DANCE
About 30 couples were present at
the first Union dance of the summer
last night. Larger attendance was not
anticipated, as many students took
advantage of Monday being'a holiday
to go home. Kemp Keena and Thomas
Underwood were the committee in
charge cf arrangements for the dance.
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