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Alay regularly he was a capable sub-
stitute and will be an addition next
year if he plays, however he is in the
Medical school and he says that he will
be unable to be out again next season.
Fresh Squad Looks Good
The freshman squad this year will
furnish some capable substitutes while
several men in school who were inelig-
ible this year are worthy of being con-
sidered. The best of these is Cappon
who played in the opening games be-
fore the second semester. He played
guard and was showing up as one of
the best in the Conference when schol-
astic difficulties prohibited his further
playing. On the freshman team two
forwards were developed who looked
especially good. They were Haggerty
and Beukema and these men together
with some of their team mates will be
a great help to Coach Mather next
year.'On the Varsity squad were also
several other men who'may develop
into high grade players if given a
chance to get in. McWood was Ely's
understudy and he should prove val-
uable if the captain is unable to par-
ticipate in any game. Swan, Uteritz,
Reason, Piper, MacGregor, Roby and
others were'"out, but were not quite
able to make regular places for them-
selves. Next year they will have an-
other chance and some of them may
win positions.
Prospects look more than bright for
the basketball team of 1923, for a vet-
eran team will be'back, one which has
played together through an entire sea-
son. The showing at the opening of
this year was poor, but it is admitted

that the Michigan team that took the
floor during the latter part of Febru-
ary and early part of March was
about the best team in the Conference.
If they can get away to a flying start
and win their early season games, a
thing that they have been unable to
do for the past two seasons, there is
no reason why Michigan cannot next
year annex her first clear Big Ten
basketball title. A year ago there was
a tie between three teams, Purdue,
Michigan, and Wisconsin. These three
teams finished again this year in the
first three places however, with Pur-
due the winner. Michagn played
without the aid of the veterans which
the other two teams had. Purdue had
nearly the same team both years and
the Badger aggregation wos composed
mostly of veterans.
WATSON-GEHRINS TEAM
WINS ANODALLTOURNEY
TEAMWORK OF WINNERS IS TOO
MUCH FOR BRUCKER
AND SANCHEZ
In a game that came near to being
a whitewash, Watson and Gehring
team took the Brucker-Sanchez aggre-
gation into camp for the championship
of the doubles in the handball tourna-
ment, 3 to 0; yesterday afternoon, at
Waterman gymnasium.
Teamwork in Evidence
The teamwork of the champions was
a revelation to the spectators, they
seemed to be everywhere at once, and
from a few minutes after the start
left no doubt in the minds of their
opponents as to who was going to be
the final victor. When thegame open-

ed Brucker and Sanchez displayed a
fone bit of work and succeeded in
leading the procession for a while.
However, Watson and Gehring soon
struck their stride, going at such a'
rate that Brucker and Sanchez were
unable to stand the pace, and were
left far behind in the wake of the vic-
torious march.
'Brucker and Sanchez didn't play
their usual style of game, Sanchez
having had the ligaments strained in
his right arm, the use of which hand-
icapped him and broke up the team-
work. They fought nevertheless, and
made it interesting for the other par-
icipants on numerous occasions.
Win Cups
As soon as "Doc" May is able to se-
cure them, the two cups that go an-
nually to the winners of this tourna-
ment will be presented to Watson and
Gehring. The time and place of the
awarding will be announced in a later
issue.
The conclusion of this contest
marks the final appearance of these
and many other handball enthusiasts
in competition. They have supported
this sport faithfully through its trials
and tribulations, and all are worthy
of honorable mention for the work
they have done to boost the interest in
handball on the campus.
Europe Waits U. S. Ratification
Paris, March 11.-France and the-
other European countries are await-
ing the United States Senate's ratifi-
cation of the Washington conference
agreements, before submitting tpem
to their respective parliaments, ac-
cording to Premier Poincare and M.
Sarraut, of the French delegation to
that conference.
Lost something? A Classified Ad in
The Daily will find it for you.--Adv.

ason. To fill these positions
ind Birks are left, and both of
en played regularly in the last
nes, so experienced men are left
se places. Paper was Kipke's
ival for both speed and fight.
ability to take the ball away
much bigger man was note-
and after getting it he could
it the whole length of the floor
. the midst of the opposing
What Paper lacks in' size he
ian makes up for by his fight
ed.
played in fewer games than
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