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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MICHIGAN LOSES TO LANSING
FIVE BY TOTAL OF 33 TO 24
(Continued from Page One)
ed in a defeat and two regular cheerj
leaders were on hand to lead the
bleachers through some yells. Be-
cause of the broken skylight the gym-
nasium was cold but the crowd stuck
until the finish of the game.
SUMMARIES
Michigan Pos. M. A. C.
Borinstein ...... L.F........ Snider
Karpus .........R.F........... Palm
McClintock.....C..........Foster
Wiliams .........L.G........ Garrett
Rychner .......R.G.......... Kurtz
Score at end of first half-M. A. C.
20; Michigan, 15.
Final score-M. A. C., 33; Michigan,
24.
Substitutes-For Michigan, Hewlett
for Borinstein, Wilson for Williams;
and Weiss for Hewlett. For M. A. C.
-Barr for Snider.
Baskets from field - Rychner, 4;
Williams, 2; McClintock, 1; Borin-
stein, 1; Palm, 6; Snider, 1; Foster, 6;
and Kurtz, 1.
Baskets from foul-Hewlett, 8 out
of 9; Karpus, none out of 2; Palm, 5
out of 7.

Side Lights

Caruso
Is Coming
You don't need to wait
till the great tenor gets
here on his concert sour.
You can hear him now
on the Victrola sing the
same selections he will
use in concert.
Then when you dot go
to the Caruso concert
you'll be familiar with
the arias and enjoy them
over so much more.
Come in and
hear the
Caruso
Records
SCHAEBERLE
&SON
Music House

Michigan's old weakness in locating
the hoops combined with the Aggie
tight defense turned the trick.
Palm demonstrated his foul tossing
ability by counting the first score of
the match on a free throw. The fast
visiting forward played the stellar of-
fensive game for M. A. C. and is ac-
credited with 17 of the Farmers' 33
points.
After chalking the first field goal
of the game for Michigan, Borinstein
was replaced by Hewlett who immed-
iately basketed a free toss.
With the entry of Hewlett the Wol-
Wolverines took the jump on two long
field goals by Rychner and a similar
pair by Williams.,
Some real cheers were heard be-
tween the halves. It sounded more
like Michigan.
The Michigan five reached its low-
est ebb in the second half and scor-
ed only two field throws. Fortunately
the visitors were also wild at the
start of this session.
CANDIDATES WANTED
Coach Lundgren has again is-
sued a call for baseball candi-
dates. The number of men out
this spring for the diamond
game is unusually small. This
may be due to the belief of
many that all the positions are
filled by last year's players.
The coach claims that such an
impression is, entirely wrong.
He desires as large a number to
report for practice as in former
years and declares that the op-
portunities for berths on the
nine this season are as good as
any in the past.
Those who advertise in The Mich-
igan Daily cater to ALL Michigan
students.- Adv.
"Diamonds"
Diamonds are bought for a life-
time and their choosing should be
a matter of much discrimination.
Here you may select in safety-our
diamonds are accurately described
in every detail; they are of good
quality and sold at a modest profit
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WOLEIE oBATTLE
NORTHWESTERN TONIGHT
QUINTET EXPECTS EVENMATCH
IN LAST HOME GAME OF
SEASON
Michigan will line up against
Northwestern university this even-
ing with the same team, with the
exception of Hewlett in Borinstein's
position at forward, that played the
Michigan Agricultural college Friday
night. This will be the last game to
be played on the home court this sea-
son.
The battle promises to be warm as
Northwestern is one of the best teams
in the Big Ten and Michigan having
the advantage of their own floor, and
having during the past several games
played excellent basketball, is expect-
ing to carry away the honors.
The game which took place earlier
in the season between these two teams
resulted in a 21 to 20 score'in favor
of the Purple. It was the poor bas-
ket shooting of the Wolverines that
lost them that contest. Coach Mitch-
ell's men were constantly throwing
towards the hoop and constantly miss-
ing, while Northwestern would slip
one in at practically every opportu-
nity that afforded itself. In the main,
Michigan outplayed the Evanston team
on the latter's court in that game.
Since then both teams have im-
proved. Northwestern has lost but
few games and is third in the Confer-
ence standings Michigan has lost four
and stands considerably lower in the
percentage column. This has been in
large part due to poor luck, practi-
cally'all the breaks of the games hav-
ing turned against the Wolverines.
With old Dame Fortune favoring
neither side in the clash this evening,
Michigan should win.
Lundgren Works
Ball Squad Hard
Continuing the fielding practice
Friday afternoon Coach Lundgren put
the candidates for the diamond squad
through a fairly stiff workout.
The grounders came down the gym-
nasiumn floor in a hot fashion but the
infielders proved capable of handling
them, scooping in enough to keep the
average high. Captain Knode and
Cooper are showing their last sea-'
son's form, gathering in everything
that comes their way. Langenham
looks good for a berth i the outfield
again this year.
Froemke and Van Bovyn who play-
ed freshman ball for the class of '20,
but were ineligible last spring, are
making good progress in the practices
and bid fair to give hot competition
to the All-Veteran infield when the
coach starts the season. Each prac-
tice is bringing forth more new faces
besides digging out all the men of
the 1918 spad.
The pitching staff is still weak in
regard to quantity although the qual-
ity, with ex-captain Glenn heading the
list, can hardly be doubted. Coach
Lundgren expects to begin batting
practice sometime next week as soon
as the twirlers get into condition, at

which time the men who are eating
up the hot ones can show the merit
of their batting eyes.
T E T1 FOR FIRSTMEET TODAY'
FARRELL EXPECTS MAIZE AND
BLUE VICTORY OVER NOTRE'
DAME
"Michigan ought to beat Notre
Dame by fully as large a score as
last year," was the opinion of Coach
Steve Farrell on the eve of the first
track meet of the year which will take
place in Waterman gymnasium this
afternoon.
Accident Upsets Practice
Practice' yesterday afternoon was
somewhat upset due to the fact that
ten sky-lights in Waterman gymnas-
ium fell in. Although the accident,
Which was due to the heavy wind, E
hindered the men from working on
the floor, the track could be used.
Coach Farrell had not intended to
work the men very hard just before
the meet, and so the misfortune was
not as great as it could have been.
Relay Team Not Chosen
The men to run in the relay have
not been picked yet and these will be
chosen from the list of entries this
afternoon.
Each and every man on the team
is in the best of condition and will be
able to exert himself to his utmost
to help bring home a victory. Cap-
tain Sedgwick looks better than ever
and should easily win his share of
points in he distance races. Carl
Johnson is absolutely fit and is able
to win as many points in his various
events as he ever did. The same thing
can be said of every man on the team
Hotel Allenel
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and the team will work all the hard-
er feeling that they have no alibi for
a defeat.
Indoor work for the Kansas uni-
versity baseball team starts March 3.-

Twenty-one men signed up for
spring football practice at Ohio State
university.
The University of Chicago has ar-
ranged a track schedule of 12 meets.

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