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January 08, 1918 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1918-01-08

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TO 0E HELD AS USUAL

chalk
weak- *

Ohio State's basketball quintet *
will play here Saturday night of *
this week instead of Wednesday *
as previously announced in the *
Daily. Through an eryor the date *
of this tilt was printed in the *
schedble as Jan. 9 instead of Jan. *
12. The game is sure to be a *
snappy affair as the visitors have *
a very fast team. They beat thel *
Detroit Y. M. C. A. last Saturday *
night, which in itself stamps them *
as dangerous opponents. *
3. W. Tean Needs
Student Vacking

INTERCOLLEGIATI ASSOCIATION
CONSIDER PROGRAM AT
ANNUAL MEETING
The indications are that most of
the more important intercollegiate
track meetings will be held in 1918.
The I. C. A. A.sA. A. expects to hold
its annual field meeting and the other
associations and conferences will
hold theirs.
Some colleges, of course, will not be
represented at all, and teams for
many causes, including the financial
one, will be smaller than usual. But
the meetings will be held. They will
be held, if for no other reason, to stim-
ulate increased participation in regi-
mental, company, class, and dormitory
sports within the colleges themselves.
The germ of intercollegiate athletic
rivalry, though relatively dormant.
has survived even in war time and
the thought that the winners in these
intramural sports will represent the
college in the intercollegiate contests
will give those sports an added inter-
est to the undergraduate.
These intramural sports are devel-
oping in an encouraging way, and
since it is the novices rather than
the champions who need the training
most they will fill a pressing want.
Therefore, more emphasis on the lit-
tle meetings and the vastly reduced
importance of the big ones is the out-
look for 1918.

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qUinLAL;;; Absence of Vocal Support Last Week
iand no
endeavor- Hinders Working of Players
sity show- on Varsity Five
and held
i most of That the Michigan Varsity basket-
ball team is not receiving the support
e between of the student body which it is enti-
rubs, the tIed to is the opinion of the members
22 to 13. of the team, who, though not "crab-
rubs, bag- bing" at the manner in which the stu-
two fouls dents turned out for the games last
all center week, are hoping that greater vocal
mwork of encouragement will be given them in
reserves the comling contests.

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id shot one foul
id Rychener suc-
wo baskets.
the basketball
lack of long
ore teamwork by
of the' players
bre and will be
g men after the
are polished off.
two teams is as
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The newness of the sport on the
Varsity's list was doubtless respon-
sible for the large tulnouts last Fri-
day and Saturday. Once in the gym-
nasium the students sat back and
watched the games apparently una-
ware that it was their team which
was playing on the floor. The players
declare that it is hard enough to meet
experienced teams without having to
go through a game minus the cheer-
ing on the sidelines.
Michigan is making her re-entry in-
to the Conference fold in basketball.
It is vital to the standing and rating
Michigan is to receive that the team
place high in the final standing of
Big Ten quintets. There seems to
be material on hand fo'r a good aggre-
gation but the backing of the campus
is essential to real success.
There is no reason why the Varsity
cheer leaders ought not to be in evi-
dence at basketball games as they are
at football games. It would be well
if we jumped behind the team this
coming week end. The players de-
clare they would feel more impetus
to working with the cheers of the
campus urging them on.
ALEXANDER LEADS NATIONAL
LEAGUE PITCHERS DURING 1917

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MANHATTAN SHi

Major King to Inspect Hospital Sites
President Harry B. Hutchins has re-
ceived word from Major King of the
surgeon-general's staff to the effect
that he will be in Ann Arbor some-
time next week to inspect the propos-
ed sites for a reconstruction hospital.
Hospitals of this nature will be
built at various cities in the coun-
try and will treat the Allied wounded
or otherwise incapacitated soldiers.
Equipment will also be installed in
order to train the men in professions
or trades.
There is always.an opportunity to
Increase your business througl Daily
advertising. Try It.-Adv.
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February
t.-Julian S. Myrick,
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fill consider at its
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LLUro m u c G-ea

nion that this
it is believed
of tennis and
y will be serv-

idea in sport has
Americans and it
restoration of ten-
vill help to coun-
the withdrawing
ayers who are in
The brand of
as good as here-
ngsters are com-
keen competition

hampionships were abandoned
r because the national asso-
did not want to sponsor any
tion which might influence a
neglect his duty. But now that
ernment has adopted conscrip-
s objection no longer remains.

Alexander, of the Philadelphia Na-
tionals, led the pitchers in his league
for general effectives during the 1917
basebafl season according to the of-
ficial figures just released. Perritt,
of the New York Giants, ranked next
to Alexander.
The Phillie star allowed but 1.85 earn-
ed runs per game, while Perritt was
touched up for 1.88 runs per nine in-
nings. Alexander worked in 45 games
,during the season, 35 of them being
complete games. He won 30 games
and lost 13, hurling 388 innings in all,
allowing 336 hits and 108 runs in all.
New York Nationals, with Perritt in
second place, Schupp in third, and Sal-
ice in seventh, had the best pitchers
iii the league. Rixey, who placed
tenth, was the only teammate of Alex-
ander's in the first ten pitchers.
Brennan, '19, AnnouncesEngagement
Announcement hIas been made of
the engagement of Kathleen E. Bren-
nan, '19, of Toledo, to Harold R. Tel-
fer, ex-'19, of Sarnia, Ontario. Mr.
Telfer left the University last spring
to enter the service. He is a member
of Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity.

A Word About

The Ann Arbor Press will issue its Wall Calendar again this year.

This

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received requests to "put my name on the list for next year.
The Press recognizes the fact that this calendar is extremely useful, to say
nothing of the wit contained in the short and sharp mottoes which appear at
the head of each month. . The calendar would lose some of its value, if passed
around and given away promiscuously. Accordingly the policy has been to

The 19 18 Wall Calendar

17, Announces Marriage
Kimmel of Detroit has
marriage of her daugh-
mel, '17, to Lieut, Don-
L6, on Dec. 1. Miss Kim-
iber of the Chi Omega
eut. Cameron is a mem-
au Omega fraternity.

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