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ALRY 1, 1919.THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE 'I

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KALAMAZOO TO PRODUCE
GOOD0 QUINTET TONIGHT

Students of the

University of Michigan are cordially invited to
inspect our new line of

TEACHERS HAVE
RECORD FOR
GAMES

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MICHIGANDEFEATS
DETROIT 39 TO 18
Battle Snappiest Exhibition of Court
Games Displayed in Gym
This Season
SECOND TEAM SENT IN BY
COACH AGAINST VISITORS
Cohn Has Good blight at Dropping
Ball In Hops for Double
Counters_
In the snappibst game seen in Wat-
erman gymnasium this winter, the
University of Detroit basketball team
went down before the superior attack
of the Michigan quintet by the score
of 39 to 18. Coach Mitchell started
his second team against the Detroit-
ers to save the first quintet for the
harder game this evening with Kala-
mazoo Normal.
Getting away to a bad start the Wol-
verines did not pass the visitors until
the middle of the first half. From
this time to the end of the period it
was a succession of pointers, thrown
mostly by Cohn, who was playing for-
ward.
Cohn in his position of the down
court forward looked good and step-
ped out of the arms of the Detroit
men time 'after time to cage the ball.
The footballer is new at this position,
usually playing center, but did excel-
lent work.
Bornstein, who acted as captain,
was playing, the floor well and did
some remarkable passing, but was
off in his shooting. The little for-
ward had the ball oftener than any
of the bigger fellows and was in the
middle of nearly every play.
The second half resulted in a series
of substitutions by both teams, the
game slowing up considerably. But
14 points were scored in this period
by Michigan against six by the Uni-
versity of Detroit.
As this was expected to be one of
the easiest games on the..schedule,
Coach Mitchell gave every man that
he was doubtful of a chance to show
what he could do and the majority of
them appeared good. Not a regular
started the battle but at the begin-
ning of the second period Shorty Wil-
son was sent in for Cress, who went
into Loring's place at center.
Wilson was shortly afterwards tak-
en out by the court game mentor be-
causehe was still lame from his in-
jury of several weeks ago, and the
coach did not wish to take any chance
on his being hurt before the game to-
morrow. Weiss went into his place.
The Michigan forwards were finding
the basket in good style, particularly
in the first half of the game. Al
took a hand in the scoring with Cohn
leading. All of the original team!
scored at some time during the bat-
tle.
Finn, theavisitor's foul thrower,
proved to have excellent ability in
finding the basket Before being taken
out in the second half he made
eight free throws out of 10 tries.
Bornstein, who did the foul shooting
work for Mitchell's team, was not so
fortunate and obtained three out of
eight tries.
In a preliminary game between two
teams picked from the yearlings try-
ing out for the All-fresh quintet the
Whites defeated the Blacks, 14-10.
Summaries
Michigan Pos oniy. of Det.
Bornstein.....L.F..........Lyons
Cohn............F.............Finn
Loring ........C.............O'Shea
Rychener...... L.G.......... Diegel

Cress ...... .G........ Murphy
Final score: Michigan, 39; Univer-
sity of Detroit, 18.
Substitutions: For Michigan -
Hinkley for Bornstein; Karpus for
Cohn; Wickham for Rychener; Hew-
lett for Wickham; Wilson for Cress;
Cress for Loring, and Weiss for Wil-
son. For Univ. of Det.-Warring for
Finn; Dowly for Lyons, and Cassidy
for Murphy.
Goals from field: Cohn, 5; Loring,
2; Rychener, 4; Hewlett, 1; Karpus,
(Continued on Page Four)
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S'22 GYM CLASSES
WILL START SOON
I A WITHI TRACK SQUA Freshman gymnasium classes for
._- --men will be started immediately aft-
CINDER MEN GAINING SPEED er the opening of the second semest-
WITH WEiGHT HEAVERS er according to Doc. May, physical di-
rector of the University. In former
STILL MISSING years these classes started shortly aft-
er Thanksgiving and lasted until the
The first turnout of the pole vault- k spring recess. As yet the time when
ers for practice in their event was the classes will be discontinued has
the noticeable feature of yesterday not been decided upon, but it is likely
afternoon's track practice. Three pole that they will be extended past the
vaulters known to followers of Mich- Easter vacation, and that considerable
igan track succeeded in crossing the outdoor work will be given.
bar at 10 feet. These men were Examination to ascertain physical
Crops Slaughter and Westbrook. Sev- fitness will be held for all of those
eral freshmen of ability in this not enlisted in the former S. A. T. C.
branch also were successful at the or naval unit sometime between semi-
same height. esters.
The number of men on the track' It is necessary for all freshmen to
was much the same as it has been all take this training sometime in their
week. There will be practice tomor- university career. Each class meets
row for all men who were not out twice a weel( and includes a series
today but men who have been ap- of setting up exercises, tumbling, and

pearing regularly need not

be on

hand -as Coach Farrell does not be-
lieve in working the squad more than
five days a week so early in the sea-
son.
Led by Captain Sedgewick, Buell
and Larson ran a good half mile in
2:11. This time is good for this stage
of practice.
No shot putters made their appear-
ance and so the practice in this event.
scheduled for yesterday, at a time
when the shot putting pit would be in
use for the pole vault, was necessar-
ily postponed. The outlook in this
event is dark to say the least.
"An international baseball league
will do more than anything to en-
force peace among members of a
league of nations," according- to Dr.
H. W. Humble of the University of
Kansas.
Michigan's paper for Michigan men.
-Adv.

bar work. All sophomores who were
not in these classes last year will
have to take them this winter.
YEARLING GIRLS BOOST SQUAD
FOR STRONG BASKET SEASON
More than half of the 70 girls try-
ing out for the women's basketball
teams are freshmen, and are showing
unusual promise and skill as basket
tossers. Miss Marion Wood, director,
states that several of the yearlings
will undoubtedly make the teams in
February.
All the girls left from last year's
teams are competing anew this wint-
er for places and it is certain that the
majority of the veterans will get a
chance to play in the interclass games
after the appointments are made next
semester.
Men who played on the Dartmouth
S. A. T. C. eleven will not be awarded
letters.

When the Varsity quintet meets the
Kalamazoo five tonight in Waterman
gymnasium, Michigan will be lining
up against a team which will furnish
one of the scrappiest games of the
season thus far, according to Coach
Mitchell. The Kazoo team has a rec-
ord this year that points to a big bat-
tle and; although the coach is con-
fident. that the team will again come
through, he is using his best lineup
tonight.
Normal's Record Good
Kalamazoo has several significant
victories on their list this year. They
defeated Grand Rapids Y. M. C. A. to
the tune of 32-23, whereas M. A. C.
was able to score only 22 points to
Grand Rapids' 20. The Celery City
boys also held M. A. C. to the score of
18-17 on the Lansing floor. If Mich-
igan can make a clean up tonight, it
will argue well for the M. A. C. con-
test.
Kalamazoo has had the reputation
of turning out good teams for many
years, as athletics stand high at that
school. The old rivalry between Mich-
igan and Kalamazoo in baseball will
be recalled by tonight's game. At the
time when George Sisler pitched for
Michigan, Kalamazoo also had a star
pitcher, Koob. Koob and Sisler stag-
ed a regular pitching duel in a 12
inning game which ended in a score
of 0-0. A return game was played
and Kalamazoo, in one of the most
historic games of Michigan base ball,
managed to score one run and hold
the Maize and Blue to nothing. Both
of these stars are with the same team
now, the St. Louis American's having
signed both.
Regular Lineup to Start
The lineup for tonight will be as
follows: Michigan - Karpus, .f.;
Hewlett, r.f.; Loring or Cohn, c.; Wil-
liams, r.g.; Wilson, l.g. Kalamazoo-
Shepherd, r.f.; Cameron, .f.; Fisher,
c.; Goerman, r.f.; Thomas, l.g.
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