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February 22, 1920 - Image 3

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The Lansing high school basketball
team, which played Ann Arbor Friday
night was entertained after the game
and Saturday morning by a commit-
tee in charge of Russell Barnes, '20.
x Afterthe game Friday the Varsity
basketball team took the men to the
Union tap room where they met sev-
eral of the prominent men on the cam-
TO BE pus and inspected the Union.
SCHOOL Saturday morning they were taken
to Ferry field, through th6 University
dule for Psildings, including Barbour and Wat-
-diamond erman gymnasiums, and Hill auditor-
rntests in ium. They went to different frater-
f pre-war nity 'houses for lunch and left Ann
has add- Arbor in the afternoon.

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TARIOUS PHASES OF WORK IN
CLASSES EXCITES
INTEREST

NATIONL INTEREST IN
PREP BAKET TOURNEY,
UNIYERSITY OF CHICAGO MEET
ATTRACTS MANY NOTED
QUINTETS
Chicago, Feb..22.-With teams from
states as far apart as Arkansas and
Pennsylvania asking for invitations
to the Second Annual Basketball In-
terscholastic tournament at the Uni-
versity, of Chicago on March 18-19-
20, the national character of the
competition is assured. Teams repre-
senting 10 states have already asked
for consideration, and the fives are
the best in' their ,respective sections.
State Winners Considered
The Jonesboro, Arkansas, team,
holding the championship of, that
state, and the championship of the
Missouri-Arkansas association; Cen-
tralia High, one of the best teams in
southern Illinois; the fast Marquette
High School team of the northern
penIns tla of Michigan; the Crawfords-
vle, Indiana, team, whichialready
huns 16 straight. victories to its credit
over high school and independent
teams this season; and the Altoona,.
Pennsylvania, team, -with three good
seasons behind it, are some of the
teams which are being considered.,
Iowa Teams Enter
The best teams of Iowa will be rep-
resented, as the Iowa tournament win-
ners at Ames will be sent to the
Maroon classic, where they will meet
the pick of other states.
Records of other strong high school
teams will be considered, if submitt4d
before Feb. 28, and the best fives will'
be invited to compete. There are two
divisions in the tournament, one for
nigh schools, and one for academies,
with 16 teams to be picked for each
section.
COLLEGES TO ADD ,
POLO TO SPORTS

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Gymnasium \classes for the second
semester are well under way with a
ni the total enrollment of 1,600,- freshmen.
ieye's Dr. May, 'physical instructor, plans to
since make the work a combination of box-
more, ing instruction, tug-of-war, relay rack;
udent es, in which the contestants carry aj
fund- classmate instead of the usual baton,
merly and similar exercises in which thej
team members come into personal contact
these with one another.
'ames Much interest is being evinced In
Sriv- the coming wrestling tournament.
Forty aspirants for campus honors are
rling working in the gymnasium each da .
i1ker It is planned by the athletic authori-
Ryan ies to, secure two expert wrestlers
f the to instruct the men ,who are training.
While Boxing is especially popular in the
Brine. gym nasium. Every afternoon ther'e is
rated a line of men' waiting to take a turn
al- in the boxing room.
each Entry sheets for a hand-ball tour-
game nament have been posted in the hand-
nem- ball room, and it is hoped that a large'
n op- number of men will sign up for both
the singles and the doubles. Appro-
gers. priate ,prizes will be awarded to the
was winners in the event. Judging from
and the large number of players who use
rdict the courts, this tournament should be
his hotly contested.

COACH MATHER CONFINED TO
HOXE BY SERIOUS ILLNESS
Coach E. J. Mather's illness, caused
by ptomaine poisoning, Thursday, pre-
vented him from being at the basket-
ball game Saturday night and will
keep him from practice for a few
,days, according to the Athletic asso-
ciation office.
He was taken ill at practice Thurs-
day evening and then taken home,
where he has been seriously ill since,
but is recovering as well as could
to expected now.
Coach Lundgren was in charge of
the team at the Chicago game.
CLASS COURT LEAGUE
NEXT ATHLETIC EVENT
At a date to be annuonced later, but
probably the latter part of next week,
the interclass basketball tournament
will be begun. Not since 1917 has
this big event been held, and this
year a new innovation will be inaug-
urated. Any men not selected bytheir
'manager to represent their class in
the tournament may organize a team
and enter with the same status as the
regular class teams. For every four
teams entered a Set of numerals will
be awarded. If, for example, there
are 20 team entered the five thigh-
est will be allowed to wear the num-
erals of their classes.
Managers -Fail to Report
Managers elected by the following
'classes have thus far failed to rieport
to Coach Mitchell at the intramural
office: '22 and '23 literary. '20 engi-
neering, Homoeops Pharmacy, Law,
Dent, and 'underclass Medic. The of-
fice will wait until Wednesday eve-
ning for these men to report and will
then appoint managers to fill the va-
cancies. The Michigan Daily of
Thursday will print a complete list
of class managers.
These practices for Tuesday and
Wednesday night should be noted.
They will all be held at 8:34 o'clock.
Tuesday-'22 and '23 lits, and '22 en-
Attention
Bowlers
HUSTON BROS. wish to' an-
nounce, a"University Champion-
ship bowling tournament for
two men teams. No entry fee
required and good prizes award-
ed to the winning teams. Bowl-
*ing to begin at once, as soon as
entry list is completed. League
games to be every- Tuesday ud
Friday'nights. Call 15t for i-p
formation.
Get your entry in at once,
Prizes t be awarded to:
INDIVIDUAL
i. Individual lig& core.
2. Individual R91 Average for
3 gan
3.2 Ia~r*Ia igh Average for
sacre tafrnament
TEAM PRIZES
Trams finshing-1, 2, 8, to get
,prizes,

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DEPENDABILITY

gineers. Wednesday-raduates, arch-
itects, foresters, and '28 engineers.
1919 Class Last Winners
The interclass championship of
three years ago was won by the jun-
ior lits. On this team were such well
known men as Hanish, McClintock,
Emory, Weiman, Rychener, and Cook.)
The last two named are familiar to
every follower of basketball at Mich-
igan, and all in college know Weiman,
of football fame.
Read the Daily for Campus News.

As to the length of life and resiliency of the fabrics, and
as to Ahe construction of your clothes-

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That's why we devote our utmost skill in tailoring-
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I. A. C. Secures 24 Diamond Gai
East Lansing, Mich., Feb. 22.
Eleven games on the home diam
and 13 on the road comprise the 1
baseball schedule of the Michigan
gles, just announced. The first r
trip will be into the #ast and
follow the opening game on the ho
grounds. The Eastern invasion
take place in Rochester, Syraci
Penn Mate, Washington and Jef
son, Marietta and Toledo. Games a
have been scheduled with Chica
Indiana, Michigan and Notre Da

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DEPARTMENT TILT
DRAWS TO CLOSE
But three games remain in the de-
partmental basketball series. Tues-
day night Scott's mechanical en-
gineers battle with Novak's aceut ft-
ing team. The winner of this, game
will meet Nichol's Lits on Wednesday
night and the team eemrging victoris-
ous from this match will play Laebe's
Lit: for the championship.
Director Mitchell is endeavoring to
arrange for a series between the win-
ners of all the basketball tourna-
ments that have been, are being, or
will be played on the campus to de-
cide 'the championship of the Univer-
sity.
Phi Kappa Sigma won the frater-
"ity league championship, the Up-stat.
ers are the victors of the I Society
league and the department and inter-
class tournaments are 'as yet undeci(d,
ed. A series such as Coach Mitchell
has suggested should attract a good
bit of ainpa attention,
State Ranks Fifth a U. S. .C-I
The state of Miohgan is fifth in the
number of' distinguished service cross-
es awarded to soldiers of the 48 states
for s'ervice in the great war. There
were 325 men from this state who
earned the right to the D. S. C., and
one rbeeived the medal of honor.
Detroit leads all, the cities of Mich-
igan in the number of men who re-
ceived crosses, boasting 39 D. S. C.'s
as well as, the one medal) of honor.
Grand' Rapids is second wish 13, and
Flint is third with nine.

In addition to rowing, baseball, foot-
ball, track athletics and other outdoor
sports, intercollegiate rivalry soon
may be extended to the polo field. Re-
cent action at several Eastern uni-
versities indicates the adoption of
polo 'as an intercollegiate sport. Cor-
nell already has organized a squad
'and is preparing to mount it; ,Ya'ie
is seeking a stable' 'of polo ponies;
prospective Harvard players are tak-
ing lessons in horsemanship and.
Princeton is expected to Join in, while
'at West Point the game has always
been popular among the cadets.
The movement for intercollegiate
polo grows out of the war depart-
ment's recent endorsement of the
sport. Objection to the game previ-
ously has been largely one of expense,
and this is obviated by the depart-
11ent's offer to furnish mounts and
equipment where playing fields and
stable facilities are available. As
Yale, Harvard, Princeton and Cor-
nell have artillery units of the R. 0.
,T. C., each will obtain this federal
assistance.
A scarcity .of polo ponies may delay
development of the college teams.
Yale, through 14. FL. Stoddard, the
crack Meadow-brook player, i endoa
oring to. obtain in Texas a &soup of
ponies bred for the pao field. Col.
R. F. 0. Goet*, commandant of tho
Harvard t. 0. T. 0., has bee try =
ing to obtain army 'pnes Instead oi
draft horses for arvard'a moutxA,
"When we get the ponie w 'will
be able to begin to plan for a team,"
said Colonel Goet In discussing the
suggestion for interchllegiate compet-
ition. He is in favor of the college
polo teams forming a league.
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