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January 09, 1918 - Image 3

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ka, at the back guard position
e Reserves, and their excep-
laying, from running the score
her and counted three points,
Varsity from the foul line.
held down center and was a
for in working the ball from
of the court to the other.
ie Reserves, Later, who played
Hanish, was the brightest
d the big point scorer of the
, gathering -a total of 7 bas-
[is work if continued will en-
:n to a varsity po ition. Em-
> is temporarily switched from
team to the Reserves, also put
od game and although count-
but two baskets his passing
argely in making the score
tein, small but scrappy, play-
ard across from Emery and he
the ball as well as any man
loor. With some improvement
asket shooting Coach Mitchell
he will make a valuable




As Wig Star Sport
Many Colleges Will Have Open and
Indoor Water Training'
For Athletes


Not Likely to Send Crew to Regattas
This Summer; Hard Hit in
Other Sports


yd, and Bartz were at the
rtz replacing Cress when
tched to the Varsity. Boyd
broke up the _massed at-
.e first team and Bartz at
ird made one beautiful bas-
I some clever passing.
still a tendency to take
and for individual playing,
Varsity Mentor believes to
the men playing on class
remarked that the fresh-
heir jilgh school coaching
better passers and much
mwork than the men who
the last couple of years
versity, but he says that
y is slowly but surely dis-
nd with a couple of more
ound the team into shape
ill have a quintet that will
f the Conference teams a

M. A. C.'s varsity basketeers will
come here Friday night with high
hopes .of relieving the sting of the
football defeat by running up a large
score against the Wolverine quintet.
Rumors from the Aggie camp show
that the M. A. C. followers 'expect u
pleasant surprise from their wel bal-
anced team.
Last Saturday night the Green and
White team wasnosed out of a vic-
tory over the crack Grand Rapids "Y"
quintet by a single point, bu; during
the game they showed a superiority
over the "Y" team in clever team-
Captain Murray is the only veteran
on the team this fall but the other
men are the choice of last season's
reserve squad. Murray was the in-
dividual' star in the Grand Rapids
contest, bagging several goals trom
the field and making seven fouls out
of nine attempts.
Brigham at left forward is his able
running mate and these two men form
a combination which may be difficult
for the Wolverine guards to stop. The
center position is handled by Higbie,
while Kurtz and Garret are the strong;
defense men. Both of these men dis-
played marked ability in cornering
in the Grand Rapids forwards during
the "Y" game.
Coach Gautier has developed a de-
fense system which kept the furniture'
city boys worried throughout the
game. The Aggie mentor was not sat-
isfied with the teamwork of his quin-
tet in past games and is drilling stren-
uously his players in this phase of
the game.
The M. A. C. quintet will not be:
alone on the, floor when it tackles
the Michigan team Friday night as
reports state that Aggie fans will ac-
company their team to Ann Arbor.
There is always an opportunity toI
increase your business through DailyI
advertising. .Try it.-Adv.
U. of M. Jewelry. J. 1.. Chapman's!
Is tne place. 118 S. Main.-Adv.
Always-Daily Service-Always.

Altlhough it is too early to state
definitely, the prospects for college
rowing seem good for the coming sea-
son, despite the stress of the times.
As a means of physical development
and recreation rowing always held
a deserved prominence in college ath-
letics, and in these times, when there
is pressing need for upbuilding the
collegian both from a bodily and men-
tal standpoint, the continuance of this
sport seems imperative.
That this is thoroughly realized by
those in charge of athletics at the var-
ious colleges, which have sent crews
to both Poughkeepsie and New Lon-
don in recent years, is shown by the
plans to continue rowing, even though
in a modified form, during the coming
season. There will be both indoor
and open water training for the oars-
men at Columbia, Cornell, Penn-
sylvania, Yale, Harvard, and Syr-
acuse. Inter-class and college re-
gattas will be held and under cer-
tain conditions, there is a possibility
of some inter-varsity competition al-
though not upon as important a scale
as that which marks college rowing
in normal times.
Rockford, Ill., Jan. 8..-Promotion
is coming rapidly to Captain Lawrence
Whiting, former captain of the Uni-
versity of Chicago football eleven.
His record for efficiency established
while in command at Camp Grant of
the personnel department of the 86th
division, resulted in his- being ordered
to Washington for duty in Adjutant
General McCain's offices. Capt. Whit-
ing received his commission at the
first of the two officers' training camps
at Fort Sheridan.
New Magazine Published in Ann Arbor
Photocraft is the name of a new
magazine being published in Ann Ar-
bor. It is being edited by Mr. R. D.
MacNitt, and is published by the Am-
eteur Finishing syndicate, of which
Mr. MacNitt is district manager.
The first issue, now on sale, con-
tains several articles by commerciaj
photographers of note.


Cornell is not likely to send a crew MINNESOTA I
to the Poughkeepsie regatta this com- TO CAPT
ing summer because of lack of mater-
ial and also because of the early clos- Minneapolis,
ing of tho university. Kingsley, 19 y
Although work is being carried on man ever nam
in the gymnasium on the rowing ma- versity of Mir
chines and the crew is expected to is six feet tall
take the water as soon as the inlet is 200 pounds. '
clear of ice in the spring never the ed his footbal
less the appearance of a Cornell crew school team al
at even the dual races "is improbable. his home, and
according to the Cornell Daily Sun, the mainstays
the university publication. field.
Rowing seems but typical of a num-
her of other sports at the Ithact school. Dancing at A
The football team was one of the worst from 9 to 12.-



The Correct
the C

Line Ups
y Reserves
ntock .......F....... Bornstein
Cress...... F.......... Emery
h................... Laer
Tight.......G.....Cress, Bartz
ka......... .G.......... .. Boyd
ced Gymnasium .-Class to Meet
May wishes to announce a spec-
eting of the advanced gymnas -
lass in Waterman gymnasium,

M OVING the telephone receiver
down canses a small electric lat
the swjtch ard in front of the oper
If th ook is moved rapidly, the
flash and the operator cannot see the
does not know that you are tryipg to k
The quickest way to signal or to re
ator is to move the hook up and down








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