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April 04, 1922 - Image 5

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Teams

rst Team Second Team -
Rapids Union (C)..RF.... Malewitz, Grand Rapids Union
nee ................LF.. MacDougal, Detroit Southeastern,
d Rapids Union ... . C ........ ....Line, Detroit Western
Southeastern.......G...........Sundquist, Negaunee (C)
00.................. ............Lindstrom, Negaunee#

The tournament showed an abund-
ance of good guards. Sunquist and
Lindstrum, of the Negaunee team,
which won the consolation cup have
first call. They are closely followed
by Fulgoni, of Grand Rapids, Minn, of
Detroit Western, and A. Allum, of
Hgihland Park.
Have your trees pruned by an ex-
pert. Estimates cheerfully given. Call
Jack Jefferson. 2673-M.-Adv.

One of the pleasantest methods yet
evolved for saving money, and one
which is applicable to every student
in the purchase of a meal ticket at the
Arcade Cafeteria. It will save from
8 to 10 per cent.-Adv.
Menu-monotony is a prevalent disease
at spring time and is best guarded
against by eating at the Arcade Cafe-
teria. Menus changed every day.:-
Adv.

ollowing the championsilp game
the recent high school interschol-
c basketball tournament the of-'
ils nmet in secret session and se-
ed a first and second Ail-tourna-
it basketball team.
he men chosen were choyen on
r play in the tournament, no c-
nt was taken on their piav dur-
the season. All departments of
ketball were taken into cons.dera-1
i. the passing, following, guarding,
oting, how they worked wita the
or members of the team. The live
i selected represent the five men
ch if Laying together, an an.i;_ely
Lg, would make th best baiaeb 1iJ
!6.
t forward have been placed Ch'r-
of Grand Rapids Union, and Scan-
of Negaunee. Cherry is named as
tain of the mythical quintet. HF is
:ood shot, accurate from tho fol
and fast as a streak. His grfar-
ability is in the direction of team
y, however. Time after timo in
1..alamazoo game 'Cherry holdinu
ball well back of the middle of the
r would call a signal. The players
ild- take ..their positions and the
would start. It was usual'y com-
ed as started and usually result-
iii a baket.
I. the other forward Scantoa, of
aunee, is fast and one of the best
ts in the tounrament. He is esp-.-
13 accurate from the side of the
rt. lie follows long shots fast
Is often able to score on the fol-
shot. He would make an ecvl-
t man for Cherry to feed to.
arrigan, . of the Furniture City
n, gets the pivotal job. He is
d an d shoulders above any other
ter in the tournament. Under the
ket he, is big and strong and not

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afraid to come in fast for a follow
shot. Harrigan outjumped all the men
against him and was largely responsi-
ble for the plays getting a good start.
He is a good shot at the -basket from
both short and long range. When
the occasion demands he can cover his
opponent closely.
At guards are Noble, of Detroit
Southeastern, and Doyle, of Kalam-
azoo. Both men are from losing teams
and are responsible for the trouble
their opponents had in winning. Noble
is an accurate foul shooter but on the
tournament, teom would give place to
Cherry. Noble dribbles well and on
several occasions went through the
rival team for baskets. He comes back
fast after a shot and is always in a
position to stem a violent offensive.
Doyle, his running mate, is a rangy
boy reminding one a great deal of
Jack Williams, ex-Michigan star in
his style of play. A forward had lit-
tle chance taking the ball of the back-
board from Doyle. In spite of his size
he handles himself well and can drib-
ble. He is iabove the average on.long
shots.
'The second team contains a number
of men who were out-distanced for
the first team by a very small margin.
Malewitz is a goody ferwar4l and per-
haps the most accurate shot in the
tournament. MacDougal, of Detroit,
plays a hard fast game but was poor-
ly supported. Other good forwards
are Righter, Kazoo, Chetwood, Ponti-
ac, and Weiss, Flint .
At center on the second team Line,
of Detroit Western, city champions of
'Detroit, was placed ahead of Edwards,
of Highland Park and Chase, of Kal-
amazoo.
"RIDER for PENS."-Adv.

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OR SALE - May Festival coupon,
good for $3. First $2 mailed to Box
A. A. A., Daily gets it. 136
OR SALE-Blue pencil-strige tailor-
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1794-W. Cheap. 136
OR SALE-One May Festival coup-
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OR SALE-Dodge touring car. Stu-
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WANTED
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and neatly bound. Mrs. Clark,
1443-M. 135-3
WANTED-To rentngarage on west
side of Campus. Phone 283-W. 136
MISCELLANEOUS
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you tried Ottmer's good meals? If
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$5.25. Open during spring vacation.
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