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March 13, 1919 - Image 3

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Trip Successful
Despite Defeat
Michigan's trip to the south to take
on Indiana, Illinois and Ohio in the
final three games of the season, may
e considered successful from every
point of view.-
The game with Ohio State last Sat-
urday night started them off well.
During the first half Ohio seemed to
have the best of it, but it was in the
second half that Michigan displayed
what is believed to be the best basket-
ball form which they have managed to
put' forth this season. Karpus seemed
to out do himself in every moment of
the second period.. The squad was
working together in the manner which
the coach has been striving for the
whole year.
Ill ni Game, Michigan's Best
Monday night against Illinois the
team seemed to keep up. the form of
the Ohio contest only in this case did
not allow the opposing team to get
the best of them in the first part of
the scrap. The game started off with
a rush and both teams were playing
their best at every moment. No doubt
the team was considered more con-
sistent in its play in this game than
in any other.
The clash tools on the proportions
of a gala affair for the Illinois fans
because it was the last game of the
year for them and it was also the
first time that Michigan was repre-
sented by a good court team at Ur-
bana.
Fourth Place Decided by Battle
Then there was, what was in real-
ity more important, the question of
which team should attain the coveted
fourth place. This game decided the
question in Michigan's. favor. Illinois
was compelled to bow down and al-
low the Wolverines, to assume the1
honors. In this game Michigan took
revenge and more than evened ac-
counts with the Illini for the defeat
which they suffered at their hands
earlier in the season.
The following Tuesday the team was
not ii its regular condition on ac-1
coutof the two preceding gruelling
contests and was defeated by Indiana
thus evening another score. This was
but one defeat out of the three games,
however, and the securing of fourth
place made the trip a triumph for1
Michigan.

BASEBALL TEAM TO So
TO COLUMBUS IN APRIL
WILL PLAY ASSOCIATION NINE
SEVERAL PRE-SEASON
GAMES
Coach Lundgren will take Maize
and Blue diamond squad to Columbus
again for their pre-season training
games. The games this spring with
the Columbus American association
team wil donmuch to insure a suc-
cessful season.
The team will leave Ann Arbor at
the first of spring vacation and will
play at least six games in Columbus
if the weather conditions permit.
First Game Soon After Ret'urn
Upon returning to Ann Arbor the
Michigan nine willthave its first con-
test of the 1919 season a week or .10
days after school begins. It is even
possible that a game will be sched-
uled the Wednesday after the holi-
days. .
Tinker and Lundgren Teammates
Joe Tinker, who is managing the
Columbus team, joined the 'Chicago
Nationals in 1902, the same year that
Coach Lundgren started his major
league career with that team. Lund-
gren and Joe Tinker played together
with the Cubs for several years, Lund-
gren pitching for the Chicago nine
until 1909.
Michigan's aggregation of baseball-
ers is very fortunate in having such
a strong aggregation as Columbus for
their pre-season opponents and the
coach expects to see much develop-
ment during the holiday trip.
Cornell Wins Gamie From Colgate
Scoring almost at will against the
Colgate five, the Cornell basketball
teamemerged victors from the final
contest of the season, March 10, by a
score of 52 to 27.

SOPHOMORE GIRLS DOWNED
13Y FRESHMAN TEAM 24-13
The Sophomore girls' quintet bowed
to the superior playing of the fresh-
man team Thursday afternoon in one
of the fastest games of basketball ever
played in Barbour gymnasium. The
final score of 24 to 13 is indicative of
the decisive defeat which the sopho-
mores suffered at the hands of the
first year women.
With a jump and a dash the fresh-
men werejeverywhere. The some-
what steadier playing of the sopho-
mores was lost in the mad enthusi-
asm of the 1922 team. Beautiful
passing and unusual teamwork mark-
ed the freshmen as winners from the
start. Thekla Wermuth, '22, was the
individual star, of, the afternoon,
shooting eight baskets from the field
The sophomores played better dur-
ing the second half, holding the fresh-
men down to two baskets. The sec-
ond year women are also to be com-
mended on the remarkably good spirit
which they showed even after their
defeat.
May Force Hunters to Wear White
Minneapolis, Minn., March 12.-Min-
nesota sportsmen and clubs have start-
ed agitation for a law to be passed
forcing all hunters to wear white
suits. Such a ruling, it is believed,
will lower the death rate in the big
woods considerably.
Daily Want ads bring results.
Come -On Dad
Watch for Date of Ticket Sale
Dependable, Scientific, Drugless
EYE
EXAMINATIONS
Phone 59o for appointment

Campus lunch
Vernors GingerAle
on Draught.
OPEN DAY ANA NIGHT

ICE CREAM

Delicious and Refreshing

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most discriminating men always wear tailor made clothes.

Harvard university's track team
meet Yale May 17, at New Haven,
Princeton May 24, at Cambridge.
annual winter track carnival will
held March 11 and 12.

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Optometrist 220 S. Main St

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C. R. Hendrix of the Chicago Cubs,
was ranked first among National
league pitchers last year.

The American league baseball
son opens April 23, this spring.

The Detroit Tigers will play
Sunday games at home during

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