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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MICH IGAN DEET
ST. MAYSFIVE
Wilson Instills Pep Among Team-
Mates When Put in During
Second Halft
QUiNTET PLAYS BETTER GAME
THAN AGAINST CUSTER TEAM
Xarpus Star Basket Shooter for
Wolverines, Scoring 12 ]
Points
St. Mary's college basketball teamx
went down to defeat before the su-
perior attack of the Michigan quintet
by a scoie of 30 to 19 last night in
Waterman gymnasium. The game was
fast and some bits of good teamwork
were shown on both sides.
Both teams used the same style of
defeiisive game but Michigan out-
played the visitors in this regard.
Wiliams and Wilson, the little sta-
tionary guard, played good games
when the Orchard Lake team had the
ball and Karpus had a good evening
at basket shooting, scoring six dou-
ble counters and two fouls. Wilson,
whouhastbeen out of the game with
an injured leg, went in for Cress in
the first "part of the second period
and instilledrthe rest of the quintet
with a little spirit. His playing in
the visitors' regions was excellent and
had he been in last evening against
btheOfficers' outfitethe score would
probably have been considerably
larger.
Michigan Jumps Into Lead
Following the precedent set by them
last night, the Wolverines went im-
mediately to the front and in the mid-
dle of the first half had a substan-
tial lead. This, however, was cut
down and the score at the end of the
period was 12 to 8.
The second half was the scene of
some good basket shooting by both
teams. It was -in this period that
the better team work appeared and
several times Michigan had the ball
in the basket in three passes after
the toss at center. Karpus scored five
of his six baskets in this half.
Wolverines Still Lack Fight
The Wolverines, still lack fight at
times. The gamd was not without
periods when the men would stand
with the ball in their hands trying to
find someone to throw it to. They
also refused to go in under the bas-
ket to get the ball on the rebound
letting St. Mary's have it time and
again.'
The game was an improvement on
the one of last evening, however, and
Mitchell's aggregation showed promise
in their ability to fight when the oc-
casion arose. The basket shooting
was a considerable improvement and
the men clung to the ball when re-
ceiving a pass in better shape.
Summaries
Michian Pos. S. Mary's
ewlett".......R.F...Komka (Capt.)r
Karpus .......................Po01
Weiss. ..............Smalk
Williams.......R.G...........Koscioz
Cress.........L.G...........Bogusz
Score at end of first half: Michigan,
12; St. Mary's, 8.
Final score: Michigan, 30; St.
a."Mary's, 19.
Substitutions-For Michigan: Weiss
for'Hewlett, Lring for Weiss, Wilson
for Cress; for St. Mary's college:
Goski for Koscioz, Koscioz for Smalk.
Goals from field: Karpus, 67; Weiss,
5; Williams, 1; Wilson, 1;Smalk, 2;
Koscioz, 2; Komka, ; Goski, 1.

Goals from field: Karpus, 7; Weiss,
3; Pol .5 out of 8.
Referee: Stevenson of M. A. C.
Time of halves: 20 minutes.
Baseb&ll Is Popular at Princeton
A plan has been arranged at Prince-
ton to have a varsity basketball team,
a freshman team, a scrub varsity
team, a scrub freshman team,
and another team mad up
of ineligibles. All these teams will
play games with outside teams. In
addition there will be an interc: ?
series and the usual interclass ser-
ies.
Kansas Quintet Hiold Frosh Scoreless
The varsity basketball team at the
University of Kansas gave the fresh-
man five a handicap of 20 points and
defeated them 24 to 20, the yearlings
being unable to score a single point.
In a second game the regular team

CANTONMENTS RETURN MANY
FOOTBALL MEN TO AGGIE
Release of men from the training
camps has brought back several foot-
ball men to M. A. C. Foremost among
these is Urquhart, who it is hoped
will pilot the team next year. Shum-
way, Loeffler and Chapel, all of them
linemen, are also reported returning
and ought to form the foundation of
the forward wall. Franson and
Schwei are .likewise coming back.
The missing men, Johns, Dunphy,
Ferris, Brady and Graves, expect to
enter as medics at the University of
Michigan next year.
The next two terms will count as
a full year's credit at Princeton for
those who were unable to return in
September because they were in some
branch of the service.

CAMP CUSTER GUARD PLAYED
ON FERRY FIELD IN 1912
This trip to Ann Arbor was not
the first visit made by one of the vis-
itors for athletic purposes. He was
here five years ago, in a game fought
up and down Ferry field. Kelly, the
tall Irishman with the visiting' offi-
cers, was a member of the rangy
South Dakota football team that in-
vaded Ann Arbor in the fall of 1913.
The visitors counted first, but towards
the end Michigan barely edged into
a 7-6 victory.
Boxing to Replace Scraps in Nebraska
Boxing, not prize fighting, will be
legal in the state of Nebraska if the
bil now before the legislature is pass-
ed. Bouts will be limited to six
rounds and 10 per cent of the re-
ceipts will be turned over to the
state.

Women Practice
at WIasket Game
Girls are quiet young things. While
much has been said about the end of
the war and Wilson's trip to Europe
nothing has been mentioned about the
progress the girls on the campus are
making in basketball. Over 60 of
them are aspiring to make the class
teams which will be chosen in two
weeks. In spite of the fact that they
are nourished on tea and French
pastry they are developing consider-
able huskiness and hit the basket
every once-in awhile. So often, in
fact, that one of the nets is hanging
by a mere string. The freshman and
juniors are practicing together and
the seniors and sophomores are also
playing in co-operation.
Interclass games will begin with-
in the first week of next semester
and the competition is expected to be
intense.

Princeton Will Have Swimming Team league this year. No other coach
Due to the fact that the coach has been obtained yet but as five men
not returned to the University of last year's team have come ba
Princeton, that University will not school it is certain that there w
be in the intercollegiate swimming a number of meets.
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