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If Tigers Don’t Win Flag This Year, Probably They Won’t Cop Until Club is Rebiqi TKWMm<W* 1 ' ■ story should be perpetrated. Vary well. the perpetrator sb%l» *winp into line and forward march The MH* of this y *»%, > b * “Huatl*. for th* Uan Yaur* are Coming or Tig* IU» One roo> thr Grave ’ For th- sak* of a nifty tmkroff backtrack 15 or -*0 >o«r-< i running Mart Ramble bark to 1900 and conelder th- W hit- >ox i Son Annnn* In 1»W and 1901 Then their bubble collapsed -nd n • -if. ]tM did thev *g.tln get into H»e running In 1906 thev rnppnl ■ foozled their next two chances snd ihctvsfter roamed the wild* ru-f? un ]gir», whe.n th#v began to com* bn. k Da- ktrack again nod dwell upon the case of the Rod «*»* -, r -* v prowled around clo** to th- top n and 190. an., m l.- ‘ ‘ Ifttx snatched the flag They didn't repeat un-c Mi. »r.d akldding work-d -lea: do»n to tne cellar championship «h*u th-y at last f o uud Comeback trail, th- urricd four season* or. kb' bonier land betwe»n the first and -•cond dm* on- In 1911 they brck t c • In 1911 they |M up within -inking distant «*. at,: »>*' ,n ' 1 • i; ♦ • two la * “-a-ona is a h-altei of mutual grief and d**pa.r to ai of More Pondeiing. LIKEWISE look upon th- Atflle'us Tbe\ w«r*d the*- fir«f fe-fslon In I«M*2 Th-y r-p«*«'-d in 1903. bu' on»v after a -Itdc »o the a*xor>d dtvinton had intervened The* d»dn t figure again until 191" aru 1911. and they had to visit th* depths again before they could come back. Connie Mack'- magnificent machine rrigned for so r of the five seasons that ended wttb 1914 tNow look at them (‘on«ider for a spell the (Nib- In 19*3 the' work'd b* kto th* firs di%isinn. and between 190* ami 1910 'hey w>n four flag* >'*" fid Uruin pack ha* b—n’*t'*adii' dr sting back until I9lb found 'ir • • »~c * division - After many hungrv year*, the Pirates < ajMurvd tt - good <h'P r»ant In 1901. 'O2 and ‘O3. Not until 1 < ouid ! • rep* and mce tht-n they have been -liding an HI no mod-m U* »•». •: look *m w r.-r» " the second division for th- marauder* H die ewv "'.ild we orvrlo9k ' resources and opportunities tn reins r< f ,v ranW.- '*«e r *i , ig with *’.g p’.tce In 1900. If reached a pennant n 19"4 rrp-atiug In 1903 ►easons the men of McCiraw did uot figure, and do- until 1911 did tn-. top ngain Thte- airtight flag- wa* their limit, and -ince then *h«v have vis ’-i Ihe bottom of the league. ’ The Lean \ ears Are Many. HAVING calmly obaer>Hl the-. - gn< of the times th-' con* u*-on y Inevitable that the days of championship ba'l clubs are scan 1 The loftier the crag on which tney p-rch. the farher do they 'or..- ble, and tumble they alwa: • do Tt-lr s ■ a buMerfiy -m**- ' • very dipay-doo while it laM-. but new • .-rmg tn »h- M-tfij*-’ r ke.rie I’ennanf winning ba.—ball maebin- ' u .ally brink up after th re. e.*n» : „f (hem are formidable more than four conseeutiv. season.- and f•' m t figure In more than four oonMcntit- - is yoough to t'm * *v'an dal and an inveatigation of she re#' of the leagu* The Tigers were battered from jung'e to ywimr for *even y-ars h-' -r ■ they came into their own. and after three *e*eons of supremacy they wilted Two year* later they were in the second division, and no* until 191-> w-»re ihey again taken seriously. Two eeaaoa- ago the. had their n<r i ban". for the pennant. Hughey Jennlng- had rebuilt his team He had r he o 1 motor banging away on ail cylinder-. The Jungaie-re that 'ear s-m more games than they ever snagged before Bvr they were nosed out The earn great team, with the ezeeption of th- pitching staff, *»« again thumping along in ltli at top speed The star one foveleski*. who has since gamed fame as a hunter of bears, blazed an unholy trail thru the leagU" But again the Tiger- were nosed out The Case of Tiite. NOW FOR the running Jump 1 Detroit is depending upon tbe grea' os* bitting outfield assembled m modem times As -miters of the horsehide, the Crawford-Cobb Veach trio is not ezcelled. Alreadv (he problem of having a man ready to step into C rawford * piace tiaa presented Itself. Th- shift may have to b- made neit season is SO years of age. Veach will be 29 m 1917 No one know- how long th-e« iwo will last without faltering Certain Uis that the club would be backed up plumb n if thi. 4 outfield should wilt alt at onc«. The infield is composed of Bums. Vltt. Bush and Y our.g. None of 'he#e fellow - are kidiv. All but Bush are just at their prime L»onl« will be 29 this pMMoa. That is nearly second childhood for a shortstop who can't tilt much Bush is still a conflagration ou» there in shorfield, but the minu*« those legs of his wobble, he must b- replaced The catchers are S*anage and Spencer. Both are more than 30 years of age Covefeskie. the demon of the pitching staff, will be 30 in 1917. The Breakup Nearly Due. BY THE natural law that d-al« wth th* rise ar 1 f: ! of bs:. -an Tigers have no more Than two .--aaons ahead of them in which th*v can keep up the hot pace th-y hav* -*■' during thwir pa*t two l]lM ii M _i: season- Investigation of th- roster r*v*als ’hat the tndlTlduai cog of the Jennings machine are nearing th- time when they must slow up The ige llfhit on ball players is being shoved back th-ee days, but even then a majority of the Tigers are nearing the end Th-re wrill be exemptions, but not all of the e«ts can stick by the guns much longer, and r will take only one or two kinks to ditch the Tig-r buss in the** (iav« of buxzalong com potltion If there should be recruits at harid for -m-rgen-v r.«- on theorv th* rlub might go on forwver. The theory is bum for it has work*d ou* Keen If It were hunky-dory, that wouldn’t help the Tlg*r case, for *he onh promising youngsters on hand of whom there is pr-s-n* knowledge, ar* i on* outfielder, who may save the day in right fleldi and or* pur her »i » couldn't be counted becaus# he Is needed right now -quick tVbed the wob hie comee, the Tigers will bust < * The Big Year i* Here. THE POINT Is this. The break Is not mor* than two years di“ J ant. ‘ Kiceptlonal fortune will be Tlge’s if th- present dr»esn t be gin to slide fast o in 191 k The Tigeus must win that pennant tfii« a year, or Detroit io sot likely to s-* nnv world her.- - at Nnvin f. id Until after another long, famln- Tiiw'teani was ready In 191*.. hu* It didn't come thru. It was ready in 1916. and slipped again It should V Just as good In 1917. but after that is uncertainty tha 1 leans with a pessi mistic angle. It l Is reasonably certain that if the Jurgaleers do not* cash the blue chips this next season, they will hav* onlv one m-*r* poe«|ti» yeor Os ffare. and after that for several years there won t b* a )..you* ba'»-b*;i thing dlddlng In our parts Th* team is too good to t-ar apar* for rebuilding now. and it can't get M fresh chance over a term of aeaaoas un*u it u rabuht a process that will not be start'd until 191? and poa* bi> 1919 •.Two big years have be*n wasted If »h*r* tan - ' a world a*rte* at Ntrln field nest October, then the fans migl.t Jus* a« well rer-onclle them«*!ve4 to electric scoreboards or long Jo'*™*!** » b*n the au'uxnn cla«sir - s*sg*d Perhaps our assertion that the Tigers w*re ready tn 1913 and again In 1116 may be disput*d on the ground that oxtf side couldn’t boa«t ar, ad" quale pticbtng staff, Ther* ir something n thgu Jennings had *hs nr,’ for tune to develop an offensive machine without a slabbing crew i» couldn't ’quite overcome that handhap rnl*s« the buck up this - **r, De trolt will soon also be without Its off-nsiv* machine for a spell. and> then gren better thsn nrdinarv rhtirk*rs won * 'ave ii 1* ►ur* is a -a* of come thru this year, or be thru Inventor Jacques. TKRK sre folks who mab-i that th-re never will b* an iron short..g* as long as Jacques FouTßl-r of the White ?ox. sticks in the b g show Jack has be-n sdandered .H» is the creator of *h- most original i-i-s of the w.r w r.*.-r ~f w *1 | the Fjenrliman has It all over Wet ghmsn. who hs s\jrn«-*J his -lug pegs over to Chick Evans/sup* r goiter and now bingl-banger tuto” T Fournier was a .22d bat.-man in 191* H* was a 340 apologv for a plugger In 1916 He ne-ds th* monev and t- v-rv pnxlnn- t » »orn* f strong this year He is sending ihe w inter in ihe'Northwrest with Tom Bwaton. From the celling on his nrm he has stjspended a baseball or i rubber cord Every day he swings s hat on Ihis bail H* hit r a* h*rd pa be ran. Tbs harder he hits it the fa§t*r it rom-r bs< k ll* endeavors (O bit it again on every return. He *«v* he Is succeeding In murdering -p« *d turh as Walter Johnson never dreamed of. and Cobb and Speaker are bereb\ warned to look out for calamity. Fournier Is satisfied that his n-hrms will Wing him bi- k He | .- onl Ms regrel lie ruined s perfectly g<H.-. rf*om ahd must pa-. f<>» repair.- He Wishes now he had moved his laborator' to th*- K'cn '"1~ r ' Y - ' "Y y . , A week or *o 4go. w hen. I’arcy *» «- overdue from Aueirn * F’igg«-*f •wl that perhaps I*** had stnppe»| «t Honolulu to learn to tbhle the uke|*»l Nothing has bMppenrd since I/** arrived to make us take bai k the slander. Add bulletins from the Manhattan front King George lias wir-d |, ( * jMrcy an offer of 14 cents a day to flghf the Kaiser " There are IWMXH) Ww|er« in l*etroit Wbo -aid the oid garr.u on Hi Inst pinr * HOCKEY MAKES BOW TONIGHT Detroit Sextet Battle* Toronto >tars at Arena—Kof»* Ha> Strong Lineup A rr»l line on the strength 'f D* troii s 1917 htwkejr seven can b* in the o -n n< -■■n’evt at 'he O new vrena t«*e pa a- e New Yea* » tnght has beer. se!evte-J vs the ttme for the opening zsnie D**roit has ua sh indance of rood rua'erlal -%rd ,h e lineup tha’ Man ager Ro-s has -e’.'n'ted to start i.hc game -one fi» sho-ild be ah *o hold its owr. ig.-t.r.st the Senior O H \ cha:npiOr. Riversides who f'.rnish th- opp--.- 'ion on th.s occm slor fvce?*ir.g n me thin*v-coodi • >r. In M* respect the De'rvmere i may ’<• !*/*k ri* beca'ise of 'he shor* t:i e -g :•> 'ep.ir» s-Vs the Canadian.- efi-v hs'» been work ing <xn for- several w eak- However 'i.vnager Ross hopes to .'ff-e* this to’ being able to shO'** :n a new p ,%'• r when *he ongtna. starters -'art xp ertlSg In *filiw r«- • *c ’vn tioualiy we.j fortified a- -t .-re is a capable sub availab'e *o r ever povi’ion The -eji « •‘•..v • and fi- • ffepptj.g with: a ’ w ->h •.r work chi? Sunday and show-d fa* hefer # orn; *h*n had b-en expec'-'d A. f’.tlMim* ga"i- wv* ,ayt-l atu: w ’h the ex et-pHofi of on- or *•' arhlate* the 14 hockey.**« r. *h» - : . and a ; w-*r» ‘raveling we'.l at i:- ( oee The *■*- #ul* ‘of th.s encounte- 'end' »o make IV'rot* a favor‘e, for the TlegnUr* tnmmed h* Yanrigar.^ 9 to 3. TNm wor»o::t also serv-d to brine ab-’-ut an eleventh-hour 'haiic* 1 in Nfanager Ross' lineup because of he showing o' S Rober’s. a Mon tr» a! bc-r and' *he abac nee of Bce-ft • e*r the former B-’r';n 'enter T l '* team that w ill fa-e Toronto will inc’tide five veteran* and '»o ttewcvmem Robert*, who plays right wine and H Imar. 'he speedy rover have earned their w.vy to Vr*h*. . Hanmelef in g-al; Emorv A' le?» d-fen'-- >nd Capt Johnson a' nga' d*f*ns*. will form ‘he defensive werk-* Shaw th* star of two seasons will be at left win* Black will play at center in stead of rover, wher* he played last y ear The visitors are strong in ail d* pxrtmenU. according to reports that have reached her* regarding th* *eara. With Collette in goal, and Merrick and Smith on defense. *h l<v\aia are xoin* to find a hard time n scoring Parks a* rover and Farr, renter, are a area* mid-tc* 'pair, while the wines are ably ’ak*n care of toy Capt Dorr and Hill both of whom have played here on- or two times before Tlte game will be started at S 15 o'clock The ItQeups follow DKTItO. r TORONTO Hvmrr«l<-f 1 Bm vy . . I.F M-rrvk f"hne«n t apt » R f> .. ?ml*h H >)maa R f > »--k« Black r F*»rr f T.”V l* 'Pi ipt R- *>*rt* R W Hill For r*-«»r'*« t '«• th-* fr»l l#w in* l<e f * 'w nir. Sk*Uv n»tt win* K*nurs4)' and Johnston cen ter R-.-tr*#- 'o.«.r Reid 4*fenve PJetsch *-•!. Pelletier “Y” AM) YTm.O. IN FEATT RE BOUTS FOR THIS WEEK Two mu. or !**ru* toaekettoall Nature *h* wee;, and tooth afe eoheduls-d for Tuesday nigh* Ohio State >jniver«ity will meet th* ‘Y *• th* association rym. and n r oi]ege, x ’ from Wisconsin. Wli' p! hy the Y M O a* the Uni* ver«it> of Tse»roit «> jr* A n*w team that promise* r;as« I* C Ile/d 'fi.e S* IXr'..vY Vs C fly*. wh’.rn will oprn in a f*w days with *h* Polish seminary. Included in th*-"roster are Jerry Lwpra»o. M. A C football •‘a.- T>i»< h Stewart. w*ll known b*-k**ball and football piayfrr tn Ls*‘rott. lambert. of W’a bvh. Runa*l of '*-he old Flayls. Haigh, ETstar. firnv. Ou*U*?rw and rsa :*. who ar» w Known in ’h-* city The Y M H A got way in good shape as* night in thcr gvmnaslum at rtnaarey Zed*k tempi* gymnasium Benedw* b*a* the l-'rlcdtoerge 21 to 20 Then th# Fr>db*rg* turned and whipprsl the Marks five, 21 to 13. El) WALSH THRU WITH WHITE SOX ’CHICAGO. Jan 1 —Ed Wai*h. former mastpr of »fie spitball, and *h« holder of ti-e American reconl for innings pitrheg in a ."ingle h*a ■•on will not trav*| »,ib *he Whit* Sot *hlM s» ,'on He wn|| be reU-a • I- and w'tl he assisted by Owner '’omiskey tn getting so’isced ■** * ■* «b«te » r i>| wants *oUk* | -ip » I'.MT f tRII 7-c.n « V . . h * Dillon Hoto M-)ha. 1* | rod'll* at Uayt/vn O • •-! M-,rr * s. I,‘hariey V. •inert 13 i round* *1 Kvneas City. I ’ T noth v« Krsnk Mantel), IS ro.in-te. at Raitim'/re Hi it Mi»k vs. Battling le\in«l(y, i 1 • ' * I U-k Rntt-.n f.rrny thiffy, in rnunds. at Buffalo I -am,- <i Mrirn v.< Tohnon. lb rowsil . at Se\T York 1 >e»M|e C eUh va f'h,r|, Slmler jn rminOs. «t hrrantr.n. Harry ' ail*«>n » • Toting )tlad*», I Sn'ind*. at W non so. k»t, R. I ffftike K»tty va Ooata l»nl*. Ift rounds a* let -All*. H't DETROIT TIMES BOY AY IS LEERY \| nor Kl\ on tvc me. Mi •N.'' Jan 1 Black Jack- Barr *h- 'ormar shortstop of Con nie Mi k« f O.&iV) infield who for the pa- 'wo vesr* haa played »ec r.u ba>e for *he Boston Red Sox. a- v* •aike-ifVtf as the manager o' the 1917 Red Cox in rate Bl 1 Ca’"-.r,»r, who piloted two Boston club* to world « championships, re fti*e - *-i reconsider h»s decision to quit the gam* But u !i Barrv accept the honor f leading the team in cas* Hugh Ward -nd Harry Frar*#. the new i owner* dec;Je to offer him th* lead . BIG CARD AT DEXTER PARK Five Race* Scheduled For This Afternoon—Sunday Sport Exceptional A Dill afternoon of harness rac ing over the *now was scheduled a? Devt*r park for this afternoon The unfinished handicap pace was left ov*r from Sunday In addition were *hr»< < 4-« *v*-nts and a match race Spor? Sunday was superb at Ckexter Ti e track was ideaJ. more than >’• 1 Jevotewt* of harness rac ing turnrd out. the competition via spirited and Harry Mosl*r s start ng excellent Th* handicap pac* went four heat.* to * between Dcmnie M and Sysonbv. fs-inni" M viu p*ti aitsed 200 fe< * an-1 S) *onby start ed h) feet b«-hir.d w rated. The Sun day results. »:.W* Tre«. Psree (M King Ai■ • *rt. t-r tT’.-jnycn» 12 1* Ige. It. * A* *. l 2 l : 2 B- *. * m H r-,* .1113 Time ■! IIS ’ 12-« 111 Hanitt'-sp l'sr». Fin* SBC ftnnn * M *-r *t (it jfijros'i . II ky*»,nb-.. ‘IV * B* , !Jl I I 1 I rrefi I h * t Ashi* v»\ . J 1 2 * f.ittl* *• ,*rt. ' i tf#ref--r» I t « r Ted.l> Ft- h g *M r.nts- 4 S 1 * « M K * M F**-1#f•) * Ir t‘ n M ’ r- * T.r <• r * 4 f * T rr- • 11 - ,. tit l WAGNER AND BRIDE honeymoon ON COASY PiTTHBLRGH Fa Jan 1 Mr and Mrs John H iHonus) Wagner, left Pittsburgh Ist* night for th*lr honeymoon, which they will upend on the Pacific cosist according *o the state ment of friend* Mrs Wagr>* r was M's Be* -i«- Rmlth of fhi d*y She 1p ;g year* of ag*. and Hans Is 42 The wedding took place Saturda altbo the date was originally ast for today. INVADERS BREAK EVEN IN FINAL DETROIT TILT Rolling better than 690 «pwr Knight and Mountain captured th* double* game from Jlrnmy Smith and Count Oengler yesterday th* exhibition go at the Uaatern roarVe? alleys The invaders won the single* match* from Knight and PI *p*r Oenrier heal Newberry , at palm bowling. This concluded the<»mtth (ienxler engagement In Detroit Three B«eh Honor Candida’e* for the honor of be irr crnnmodor* of tbeifkgfnnft Yarh* club are Charles D T.inch, Alex I MclA*t»d and Robert W Rennl* Th* election will iff* held a week from today ♦ - • I nl-mt-i. IsfHtl, tent It t**«*k .1 nr Tinker t* 41tr«trr I •!■«. hmm. ♦ —— T%e *l4 ■>■■* •»*»»« I* iMk geettv g*«4 »• mil f mrri gss *ft»r alt. *r*-hip ft the world's champion* * Most people w ould say he and b» fool ish not »o bu' Ja« k him -elf. »b:i questti.ned slk it the matter rr cently. intimated he'd not ac<-p* Th* reason is simple, and Judg inc from pas* performance- or* could hardly blame Harry Jac't would rather toe the star ball pUv *r he is than manage the team and have ht* playing ability les*en*d Barry pointed out the cases of Jr... Tinker, recently d*rosed tnftn.tg< of the ( üb* Johnr.y Ever* mw with the Braves, Hal Chase, now PENN BATTLES OREGON TODAY ;tnd wes* football prowess, th* sub *st of n.*n> an trgument, will b* -*i\en .i thoro ?r>out here this a!'*r a.oon when Oregrn university 'ends Its powerful eleven again.-: P* m-y vsnia 1* will not b* the first me Mng • *we*n strong fr>as* and *.»- **t •earn*, but it will have a grea’ d* i of bearing on the muddied rc-pf. 'ootball when comparisons *i •cached Ijisf vear Brown sen? :* teams *o th* coast for a battle will Washing*on State and the Hrinon. in* were defeated Pennxylvanl hasn't the record of Brown *his >e. t r to hack it tip but it has a tine record i:id i t*an tint has gradual! > in. proved aM thru the season Oregon’* chief claim to fame i ha’ i' ».*-d ( <»< h Debts .* 1 nlvi r-t". of Wa*hir.g*on *eam this year giv me th* Oregon eleven »' tie for roast honors A rrrv many critis*. in fact, believe th* (»te gon team the stronger of tb* *wo Oregon's goal was n*y*r threa'en-'l in the game with Waahington wju;» DoMe'« men had to fight 'hard ’ everal «»Ages ?o protect their g< 1 Johnnie Hs-ckett. a stalwart Or* gon youngster, who piay« ta'-kh end, or halfback position*, and »h --does Oregon* punting captains fh< westerner**. Many critics expect him to shin* Just <*« i-rightly i- Howard Berry, Penn's grea* star in today's gam*. Oregon s complete record for th )*ar "hows a to'al of 230 pf>in'- scor**d, to seventeen nm up by op ponents Among victims w*r* Wlia mette, 97 to 0. Multnomah, 28 to (*, Xlultnomah. second gam*. 27 to '» Washington, o to o ralifornia '* to 14. Washlng'on St.»»f- 12 to 1. and the Oregon Aggies. 37 to 0 The starting lineup and teare siatU'i- - HAV-t 1.4 \ M 4. W‘| \M* lit * rsn*. 1 » « Matthews in I t , 1") * Men ton a. I * I*' *•) « 1 t. Wray. .144 ?1 F.r* rev«a v«p r x tK T IV lit tattle r. t t i j 1 S Mlilee. r * f. ■ ' fit ; Light. 1 h ... i:# -a s Hell. U- 1) ' '.7 '» r. Derr r to Isi 't 6.11 Rery. f t t*» , j f. I-) firrhstitu’es Mriimnr* <Ju' sr I• * 'A>l*er ItoMnson, A Wr»n Hryant, Tlte.et, y. -inu. \N>irkr»ian M-rx Kirs? te»m »vef||. is . tackle to *a- kt* k- 17! , Team averag* t's bßgooa Wt. Agf Ift.' Mitchell, | e . . IIS 21 S Be- k»tt Cc) I t . t• 7 • I -Syg. I g IftS » f . 1 4) Rt-ley. r I*'. 21 . It tpsltman. r. g ..... 1 **» 2 a in nartl-tt. r t, ... I*l ?« H Teffect, r e .... 17* J< All k Huntington h I** ' 2t 5.A Vf'-nfelth, t h is? I f 4 Pa rein*, r h . IT4 i f> s M H-intingtc.n; f t> I*4 is K'.ihstlt)it*-s leuei McrMiet. XVtl Ham*. Dudlsjr, MfKinney, Nel son, Kk«dton. Io).r»". Itrown, Tuerek strowt-rt-lge ‘ First team averaar Dine, I' 7 ta klr to U'k I *, I>l t,a-ks. 1*4(4 Team »ver*g». IM»* la • «ray «ke teaas was a fstlsrr. Walter 4Ma*| gtek aay raarkra (fcls year. with tL* ii ..... .yuJ T-irrv who probobiv will managw a mla -r -ague club next traeon Barry thinks the'Task of man** ng a bail club and pUylnc an in ** and j'osttjon a? the same time is oo grent a strain to place on. a :>!a>*r And he more than right Neither of the above quartet <f .tars was anywhere near as good ‘fi:* managing as h* was in the i racks An .th*r reason 'or Barry's r* ”j"al ■> bwcome a mnnager might I Y’e rhv? th* manac rial r*lxn of I quartet which h* cl»»*- as example" I came v7> abnipt *ndi-g< S<» unless the unfor- "**n occurs » Jack Barry win still be known x> ’he Boston Red Xox second base man next season Cleanliness Comfort i. Convenience To maintain an efficient service for the traveling public is the aim of the Michigan Railway Company. The Klectric Railway offers a through service between Detroit & Bay City In modern, all-steel cars, with all the com forts and conveniences possible. Travel the Electric Way Cars Leave the Interarban Station on Jefferson Street A. M. 6:15 - 8:15 - 10:15 A. M. P. M. 12:15 - 2:15 • 4:15 - 6:15 - 7:00 P. M. C ENTRAL STANDARD TIME . . 1 I t;■ Michigan Railway Company By Kipley Michigan Should Figure Big In Relays Again In 19 1 Farrell Has Good Ma terial Ready For | Call fJY J A Wf.'.f fiCH KK VE ft HORS, Jlf ANN ARBOR. Mich . Jan 1 The ! strenuous grind for Michigan track ! sters begin." Within a few days, and I Coach "Bteve" Farrell will have all of his hopefuls getting into shape at once in preparation f-' r the in d«v«»r meets which sre st hand . I'arrell 1« anxious to revive the •wo-mile relay tei*ni. which last tea son tied the world's indoor record and ;is s nucleus he has ( apt Car [ to)! and Murphv. the former running in marvelous manner right now aft era season at cross-country work, »nd the U'tei fas' rounding Into e* Rent shape y arroll is capable ,>f h-irg the half in better than two minutes while. Murph' covered the distance, in 1 .‘>6 outdoors last >ex son F'lirrs*!! has a few quarter milers and Fox *h* freshman hitlfmfler of last year, to replace Ffer and Ikm nelly the members of th* quartet missing this year Fox Is a H- .ih!* »nan tbo rtm gr**rn tn traca . - wb:N 7>*ft 'fi.'M bs'k* UK*- *tf "*c t • 'g4S(; v'.u -he 14-' to be ASP toe. ail"- of bhe previo-l" ex er.-nce h* has hail a» this longer distance With Carroll and Murphy doing better than two minutes the other members of the *••'*> team could ron an avenur* half and the Mm* >f th* quartet would b»* good for last year's record was made by th* Thrsc Playerm ill (io South As Tiper* Ceirker* tfirur. M• k»»• .sp.ti' fr, 3*ll* ; l’rt>* td»n • - Htrkrn Vrtersns • Dai,as, Ctojnr. egtonn'! t'c Mitchell, Boland. Ktofcke. tsm*s R.irult* • '->ii - B San Fra net arc Si*-n Pi.rUur -to. V*. C ton** ' nt'.n Is F’xnaxau Mus< at n » *A ten. sp’' ng f,*;.t O V 4 atinn. f ‘*ni «■ n T*sa« "Swarta Davt >n. <> IngaMer* Hums. V<> ma Hush Vitt R tone Sin Vran* .»•••' Kll.ton, Mus atin*. fa Pie t*-ever IlnftrHrr. CftwfoM. <’■ I t\ V*a'*h lt•llm*n ff* -V, •w, V:.• h n *'>.a r' ■' t * N »• • vln.n f4aitlrnor» Md •Semt-pro rlsyets Itrsm-'-t fmm H n.t.r Bsk-r. Kuil*r end Dubuc MONDAY. JANUARY 1. If - Mtrhifr>«n learn when the beet was but 1 And the worst a.r| :02 Ko* ovuhl to be otLpthn a two minute half. while Bni seems to hnve the qualification*, a* fasi If not h faster race. The mile relay team also oi to be h wirfner Fontana, Sro* Hunt (net on. and Har*t**H are raj alih Mat ltobtn*on eligible. rcc| In* to report* This pivmPh’ a veteran bun' h to work with. 5 anv possible com bloatton of I'] (lip as lona a> it tnalud*a Ton 1 would be a (rood team The four mile r**t«> Idea ft from Farrell the showing twoniile bunch made at the lo» distance at . the Drake relara roll, a 4 16 man (a the only n of Has* reporting. and them a to be no pro*peei• Within two weeks. the pome of the Mich! ran *eam will bo r definitely derided, and altho quality of the team In various partmenf•< la still doubtful. it ar nu*t probable that Michigan wnf ell fort tiled in the relay even* Barrett Aft*r World Tltlt. Wilfred Barrett mldd'ewe * re-tliny champion of Michigan trv f«*r the world •haraplonahlj Houston Tat . on .Tan. 19. HU ponent will be Tat Tlrown Bar' la conceded nn excellent chanc* win Orleans Race Meat Start*. NEW ORLEANS. !.* . Jar The winter meet in* of the Buell Mep a Racing association will < today and rut} until a f tcr M (Iras The beat meetinir in the tory of the association la prwdlq B men la Champ, ninten of pv»rdham won the tlonal Junior tridotw t-nnb cl Tlonshlp at New York rtaturday ir a repeater. fleet Kxhihition (.amen This Spr l 5- Werck 17 Ik. lUMtM «1 at tlnunlnn. ~ Wnrra *4 anil MV, llallaa (Ti leaAaei, at Italian, Marc* *l, tprll >.a V lilhhu at llallaa. Sprit J. t.laata at \M.k>ta Ki V tirtl A. lilaati at tiklakef « It). Okla. Vpill 4. Mania at 1 nlai, tlkla Iprtl A, t.laafn at UlHill*, la Vprll H. t.lanla at Waakat Kan. tprll T anil s. Mania at Kla City, «» Iprll fl ant 10. Toleale.fAMt can aaaortatlnn I, at Colette, O.