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umerals Given,
First Year fen
chigan's freshman basketball
has finished a very successful
m. Although it is not allawed to
any outside games by a Confer-
ruling, plenty of spirit has been
n by the yearlings.
actice at the beginning of the sea-
started with 65 men out. All the
were of a better calibre than the
: run of first year athletes. After
ii Rowley had made the first cut,
en were left. With these players
ral teams were formed and some
-work way learned. The next cut
only 15 men to try out for the
ve games have been played, four of
being victories for the freshmen.
Ann Arbor high school was de-
d twice during the season and
ck-up team of campus stars was
i a beating in two out of three
,s.
ach Rowley has announced that
erals will be awarded to seven
Those chosen are as follows:
Meilstrup, Pearman, forwards;
e, center; Peare, Eades, Merkel,
Is. Other men who have attract-
:tention are Carter, Burkhardt,
lin, Mason, and Henderson.
a was elected captain for the pre-
season which will be finished
ring vacation.
erst Faculty Man Is Local Visitor
O. C. Glaser, professor of biolo-
nd a member of the zoological
rtment at Amherst college, will
a short visit to Ann Arbor the
ng week-end as the guest of Dean
R. Effinger. Dr. Glaser will lec-
Friday in Detroit.
rays-Daily service-Alwav

SENIORS DEFEAT
FRESHMAN GIR LS

MIDDLE DISTANT
MEN LEAVE TODAYi

Senior women won the interclass
basketball championship by defeat-
irg the freshmen 24 to 9 in one of
the hardes: games of the series, Wed-
nesday afternon in Barbour gymna-
sium.
The senior six played a superior
game but the spirit of the freshmen
deserves great commendation. The
first year women seemed losers from
the start but they fought with grim
determination until the final whistle
announced their defeat. -
The freshmen forwards were handi-
capped by the height of .the senior
guards and Thekla Wermuth deserves
a great deal of credit for the four
baskets which, she managed to make
in spite of thisdisadvantage. The
senior forwards shared equally in the
honors for each tossed six baskets
and missed one free throw.
At the close of the game, Dr. Walk-
er presented the senior captain, Phyl-
lis Egglestone, with the silver loving
cup while the freshmen team cheered
from the side lines. Summaries:-
Senior team: forwards, Jane Duem-
ling, Ruth Kirk; centers., Norma Mark,
Phyllis Egglestone; guards, Ethel
Glauz, Doris McDonald.
Freshmen team: forwards, Hazel
Storz, Thekla Wermuth; centers, Ger-
trude Boggs, Selma Mueller; guards,
Ada Duffies, Frances Weimar.
Score at end of first half: Seniors-.
12. Freshmen -4.
Final score: Seniors--24. Fresh-
men--9.
Baskets from the field: Jane Duem-
ling, 6; Ruth Kirk, 6; Thekla Wer-
muth, 4.
Baskets from fouls: Hazel Storz, 1
out of 1; Ruth Kirk, 0 out of 1; Jane
Duemling, 0 out of 1.
Referee: Miss Wood. Time of halves:
20 minutes.

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.REST'OF TEAM TO FOLLOW
FRIDAY FOR MEET SATURDAY
Coach Farrell leaves with the half
and quarter milers at 1::16 Thursday
over the Michigan Central for Chi-
cago. The rest of the team will fol-
low early Friday, ari'iving in the aft-1
ernoon.
About a dozen men were tried out1
Wednesday night, all making good
showings, several giving signs of much3
promise for the future. Trials were
run over the quarter, half, and mile.{
Bouma was paced in a fast race in the
mile and will go as the only Michigan{
entry in that event, Sedgwick having
been entered only in the two mile run.{
Relay Team Selected
The relay four finally selected after
the trial heats is made up of Butler,{
Meese, Burkholder, and Messner. This
is a very speedy quartet and the best
possible choice from the material at
hand. The veteran Maroon mile team1
will have work ahead to win from the
men that- Farrell has entered for this
event. Those same four men will be{
entered in the 440 yard dash, but it
it not likely that all will start. Butlerf
and Mesner are the logical men to
face the pistol at the Northwestern
meet.
Larson is Michigan's single runner
in the half mile, due to an accident to
Buell's foot. Buell was expected to
leave with the rest of the team but
came around in street clothes Wednes-
day afternoon. Larson will be up
against some of the best competition
in the West when he starts the half
Friday and will have to use all his
speed to win points.
Dash Trio Should Count
Johnson, Cook, and Losch, Michi-
gan's dependable sprint men, will
make the trip and enter the 60 yard
dash. Johnson is the lone Wolverine
in the running high jump and the
hurdle event. On previous showing he
shouldhave little trouble in winning
but the presence of Linn, Northwest-
ern's star jumper, makes the high
jump look like a real fight.
Smith and Walls are entered in the
shotput and Cross and Westbrook in
the pole vault. All four of these men
are likely point winners but will have
strong competition from the other
schools. Cross is the man that many
coaches would delight in seeing beaten
because of his numerous wins in his
event.
The meet starts Friday night with
the quarter and half mile races early
on the program. The preliminary
heats for the dashes and sprints will
open the list of events. Finals in the
events will be run off Saturday eve-
ning, along with most of the field
events, Chicago, Northwestern and
Wisconsin will enter teams in the
swimming meet to be held Saturday
afternoon.

'"' MEN TO HEAR YOST
Coach Fielding H. Yost will
arrive in Ann Arbor Monday,
March 24, for the purpose of
talking over football prospects
for next year. with all "M" and
"AMA" men who h&ve been in-
vited to attend a dinner to be
held at 6:30 o'clock Monday,
March 24. at the Michigan Un-
lon.
Prof. Ralph W. Aigler, chair-
man of the board in control,
and Philip G. Bartelme will also
speak at the dinner.
FOOTBALL OUTLOOK
TO BE DISCUSSED
Coach Fielding H. Yost. in company
with Athletic Director P. G. Barthelme
will arrive in Ann Arbornext Sun-
day evening or possibly Monday from
Chicago.
In order to give the Hurry-up men-
tor a more definite idea of the 1919
possibilities and to get the prospec-
tive Varsity candidates in closer
touch with the coach, an informal din-
ner has been arranged for 6:30 o'clock
Monday evening, at the Union and in-
vitations extended to all wearers of
the "M" and the "AMA."
Prof. Ralph W. Aigler, chairman of
the board in control, and Mr. Bar-
thelme will be additional speakers at
the dinner which will be attended al-
so by Dr. Reuben Peterson, Prof. Wil-
liam A. Frayer, and Prof. Lewis M.
Gram, faculty members of the board,
and Paddy Lambert, the only student
member now in the city.
The coach and .Mr. Barthelme will
be in Chicago over the week-end at-
tending the Big Tenr indoor track
meet at Evanston and the meetings
of the Conference athletic directors
which will select the football officials
for the coming season.
Stuilents read The Daily.-Adv.
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MANAGER JENNINGS NOW IN
GEORGIA WITH PART OF TEAM
Manager Hughie Jennings, of the
Detroit Tigers, has arrived in Macon,
Ga., with a little better than half of
his preliminary string of pitchers and
expects the others to join him soon.
The remaining members of the Jun-
galeers outfit will leave their homes
for the Georgia training camp inside
of a week or ten days.
About a dozen twirlers will ieport
at Macon but Jennings will be com-

pelled to cut that number by nearly a
third, due to the new ruling which
limits the club roster to 21.
Mitchell, Ehmke, and Couch, three
of the Tigers' hurlers have been giv-
en permission to report as soon as
convenient, for they have not been
mustered out of the service yet.
Macon is a wonderful change for the
Detroiters after Waxahachie, Texas,
last year, where was no recreation of
any sort.
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