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SEVEN BASKETBAL
Weiss and Cohn Receive AMA'S for
Work Done During
Season
FOUR TO GET STRIPES FOR
SECOND SEASON QN VARSITY
The Athletic association has award-
ed "Ms" to seven men on this sea-
soni's basketball team. The men to, be
honored are Captain Emery,. Hewlett,.
Rychener, McClintock, Karpus, Wil-
liams, and Wilson. Weiss and Cohn
were given "AMA'S." Those to re-
ceive a stripe denoting two years on
the Varsity were Emery, Hewlett, Mc-
Clintock, and Rychener.
The awarding of the letters this year
was made sooner after the close of the
season than at any time during the
past several years in any sport. This
was due to the ease of picking the
men to be honored.
Four Men Play Continually
Hewlett, Karpus, Rychener, and
Williams have played continually
through the winter and with the ex-
ception of only a few games have par-
ticipated in every battle that the
Wofl'erines have gone into. Wilson
was injured early in the year and
this prevented him from taking part
in a number of the contests. He, how-
ever, recovered in time to play the
later big Conference games and his
good work while on the floor won
him the coveted "M."
Emery and McClintock returned to
school from the service at the start
of the second semester. The former,
who had been elected captain of this
season's quintet, last spring found it
difficult to break into the smooth run-
ning machine and only managed to get
into a part of the last games. His
good work, however, in all tke clashes
in which he had a chance to show what
he could do, and particularly in the
last Illinois contest, gave him the let-
ter.

JF'NIOR GIRlS V)NFI)EN'l'
iVcTOitY OVER SENIORS
Increased confidence in the junior
team is the latest development regard-
ing the junior-senior basketball game
scheduled for 4 o'clock Friday after-
noon in Barbour gymnasium.
This upsets all previous dope which
favored the senior six. Those who
witnessed the "odd-even" game on
March 6, place great hopes in DorothyI
Jones, the junior forward, who shot
ten field baskets during that game.
Those who back the senior team!
place their faith in Norma Martz, the
senior center. Both teams are fairly
well matched and the contest promises
to be exceedingly interesting. The
winners in this game will play thel
freshmen for the basketball trophy on
Wednesday, March 19.
Willard-Dempsey Go Draws Big Purse
One hundred twenty-seven thous-
and five hundred dollars, the purse
put up for the coming Willard-Demp-
sey fight to be held this summer, is
the largest ever offered in the his-
tory of the fighting game. When
Jack Johnson defeated Jim Jefferies
in 1910 the purse was $101,000. This
has been the largest amount fought
for up to date, and will only be eclips-
ed when the present champion meets
Dempsey.

MCI11ISAURDOF FOURTH POSITION

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Minnesota........10
Chicago ..........10
Northwestern .. 6
Michigan........5
Illinois........... 5

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Purdue ..........
Indiana ..........
Wisconsin .......
Ohio State.....

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present time. This is practically
way the season will close, since o
one more game is to be played.7
final battle is scheduled for nextS
urday night between Wisconsin2
Indiana.

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unusually promising, the coach has
built up a team which has shown
a consistent improvement in every
game of the season.
liarpus in Fourth Place
Karpus' work on the southern tour
is undoubtedly the biggest single fac-
tor to which Michigan's success can
be attributed. The plucky little for-
ward has attained the distinction of
being the fourth highest scorer of the
Conference. The situation is now this:
Gorgas of Chicago, leads with 103
points; Wilcox of Northwestern, runs
a close second with 102 points; Smith
of Purdue, has 94, and Karpus of
Michigan is fourth with 92.
The question of foul shooting de-
cided the race. Karpus did not try the
free throws until the middle of the
year and there is no question but
what he would have been a probable
candidate for first place honors if
he had tried this at the first of the
season.
PRIZES PRESENTED
FOR YEARLING MEET
Interest on the part of the 1922
class has taken a sudden jump in the
All-fresh track meet to be held Sat-
urday, March 15.
More than 80 entries have been made
and many more are expected to appear,
before the time of the meet. The 50
yards dash is the popular event with
about 20 starters. A good field is as-
sured in the quarter, half and mile
runs.
Real Merit to Be Shown
This is one of the most important
features of the fresh sport calendar
as 'it is one of. the two chances to
test the real merit of the class in track
and field events. A good many of the
first year men have been training for
several weeks and are approaching
top condition. This should guarantee
fast time and keen competition.
Officials for the meet:
Referee, S. W. Sedgwick; starter,
Dr. George A. May; clerk of course,
Carl E. Johnson; assistant clerks, L.
Butler, Will Meese, R. C. Losch, Burk-
holder; finish judges, R. Cook, L. N.
Schofield, D. K. Messner; field judges,
shot put, C. C. Smith, Arch Walls, L.
0. Lindstrom, J. L. Baker; pole vault
'and high jump, A. G. Cross, Walter
Wesbrook, R. A. Haigh, S. B. Smith;
announcer, H. H. Anderson; scorers,
J. E. Larson, J. F. Walker, E. Bou-
ma; timers, E. D. Mitchell, Carl Lund-
dren, S. J. Farrell.
Prizes to Be Given
Prizes for the various events have
been given by the following: 50 yards

dash, Delta Kappa Epsilon; 60 yards of the passage of a bill which "pe
high hurdles, Phi Kappa Psi; 60 yards mits discharged soldiers and sailo
low hurdles, Sphinx society; 440 yards to retain their uniform."
dash, Phi Delta Theta; 880 yards run, There has been much debate as
Phi Gamma Delta; mile run, Sigma whether the discharged men were a
Nu; high jump, Grifflins; pole vault, lowed to keep their outfits, thoug
Trigon club; shot put, Psi Upsilon. there have been several press repor
The prizes are: first, sweat shirt; saying the bill had been passed.
second, three bath towels; third, bath According to the Army and Nai
cap.. Journal, a reliable service paper, ti
bill covering this matter was signe
S. A. T. C. STUDENTS MAY by President Wilson Feb. 28.

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Four thousand students read it
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the first trip the Cuban nine has made
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McClintock's return solved the most its gefnuine gratification. It satisfies
difficult problem that Coach Mitchell thirst.
had had to find the solution of, a Nobody has ever been able to suc-
center which could play along with cessfully imitate it, because its quality
the rest of the team. He immediately is indelibly registered in the taste of
was put in at the Jump position and the American public.
played it during the remaining games, Demand the genuine by full name
Of the two men who received --nicknames encourage substitution.
"AMA'S" Cohn participated in the THE CO COLA CO.
more battles. He was used at the cen-
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in numerous contests.
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