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Lieut. L. J. Williams will deliver
a lecture on the "Theory of Target
Practice," to the members of the sec-
ond regiment at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon in University hall. The
same lecture will be repeated for the
first regiment on Friday.
Uniforms and shoes are expected to
arrive within two weeks. Orders were
issued by Lieut. George C. Mullen yes-
terday that only the regulation R. 0.
T. C. uniform can be worn by the
cadets. Leather and spiral puttees
will be prohibited.
Company basketball teams which
were scheduled to play at 8 o'clock
last Friday evening in Waterman gym-
nasium will conform to the following
schedule tonight.
Second regiment: 8 o'clock, com-
panies I and K, court 4, and companies
L and M, court 1; 8:30 o'clock, com-
,panies A and B, court 4, and compan-
ies C and D, court 1,

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MICHIGAN MEETS OHIO STATE
TEAM AT COLUMBUS MON-
DAY NIGHT
Michign meets Ohio State Monday
night at Columbus, the date having
been arrangetl yesterday by wire. The
game scheduled between Michigan and
Ohio State for March 9 will be played
in Waterman gymnasium. It was
found impossible to stage the first
combat in Ann Arbor and so the two
dates were changed.
Michigan's Hanish-less basketball
teamn severely trounced the scrubs 37
to 17 in a practfte game played i the
Ann Arbor high school gymnasium
last night.
An accident to the lighting system
of Waterman gymnasium forced Coach
Mitchell to take his basketeers to the
high school court for their workout.
It is understood that the regular gym
will be ready again tonight for the
players.
Mitchell, shot Bartz into Hanish's
place,. at running guard and substi-
tuted Cohn with Bornstein at forward.
Later went back to center, McClin-
tock played left forward and Boyd
took Nuzfcka' regular post as stand-
ing guard. Cohn and Emery played
forward for the scrubs, Cartwright,
center, and Gareipy and Rowley,
guards.
The first team displayed all kinds
of fighting spirit and the introduction
of Bornstein into the lineup seemed
to aid the team work. The little for-
ward was everywhere on the floor,
digging the ball up ad passing well.
His dribbling time and again drew
the standing guard out of position and
enabled Later or McClintock to slip
under the basket for a free shot.
* Bartz, at running guard, also put
up a stellar game. He covered his man
welil and slipped in several long bas-
kets, the kind that drew the game with
M. A. C. out of the fire. His passing
was right up to snuff and in every
way he seemed a capable substitute
,for Hanish. Later was the high indi-
vidual scorer for the evening with
McClintock running him a close sec-
ond. These men, however, still failed
to take their place in the team work.
Ruzicka and Rychener were both
absent from the practic and there is
a possibility that the latter will be
unable to take the trip to Chicago be-
cause of an examination Saturday
morning.
Water, Water
lLverywhere, but-
They filled every available recepta-
cle in the house and along the wall of
the kitchen stood - a row of kettles
filled to the b'im with water. All this
was in the kitchen of a Washtenaw
avenue sorority at 11 o'clock Monday
night.
The message had come in to the
stewardess by phone from the water
works. The man phoning had said
that the Wvorks would not be able to
furnish the city with water for, the
next 24 hours. He explained that due.
to the scarcity of coal several pumps
in the station could not be operated
and the pressure would be sufficient
to supply only the city's heating sys-
tems.
So they marshalled their forces and,
filling everything from the teakettle
to the laundry tubs with water, plan-

ned to withstand the siege.
This morning the girls awoke to find
the cook furious because her kitchen
was in confusion, the water pressure
normal, and a certain fraternity con-
gratulating itself )n the success of
its ruse.
Hospital Notes
David H. Gee, '21, is being treated
at the contagious ward for measles.
Alfred 0. Carlson, '21E, who is ill
with mumps was sent to the contag-
ious ward yesterday.
Maxwell KE. Salisbury, '21E, has been
sent to the contagious ward to b
treated for measles.;
Herman J. Laut, '21, is at the con.
tagious ward ill with German measles

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JitchellLoses
Valuable Player
"anisi, Acting Captainoii Quintet,
Accepts Position Wit
Aviation Firm
Joe Hanish, acting captain of the
Michigan basketball team, has with-
drawn from the University to accept
a position with an aviation firm in De-
troit. He will not play in any of the
coming games on Michigan's schedule.
Hanish, a junior in the literary de-
partment, has been the biggest star
on the Wolverine quintet this season.
His work at running guard has been
of exceptional merit and by his play-
ing Joe has been able to pull the Mich-
igan five through several of the victor-
ies scored so far.
Joe was a membead athe 1916 and
1917 football squads and worn his
letter last fall when he played right
half throughout the season. His bas-
ketball playing has been even of a
higher grade than his football per-
formances.
Coach Mitchell will be forced to
make several shifts in order to fill
the hole Hanish leaves in the basket-
ball team.

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Majestic-"The Bottom of
Well." Also Comedy, "Hustle
Harmony."

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The advanced classes were dismiss-
ed last night due to an accident at the
University power plant, which caused
all current and heat to be shut off
after 6 o'clock.
, Military marching for women will
be held at 3 o'clock this afternoon in
Barbour gymnasium. At the present
time the women are doing good work
and appear to be enthusiastic at the
results attained during the short per-
iod of training,
Helen Iraughn Engaged to J. S. Knox
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Straughn,
857 Tappan road, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Helen
Josephine, to Sergeant John Stuart
Knox, ex-'18 . Miss Straughn is a
student at the.State Normal college.

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St. Paul, Jan. 15.-Captain Adrian
C. Anson, during a visit here, selected
an "all-time," "all-American" baseball
team that is notable for including in
its make up not.one of the present day
stars.
According to Capt. Anson, at least
four outfielders of old times are better,
than Cobb or Speaker, and Clarkson,
Rusie, and McCormack, he things, were
better pitchers than Alexander or
Johnson. His line-up would be:
Catchers-Buck Ewing and King
Kelly.'
Pitchers-Amos Rusie, John Clark-
son, and James McCormack.
First base-Capt. Anson, himself.
Second base-Fred Pfeffer.
Third base-Ed. Williamson.
Shortstop-Ross Barnes.
Outfielders-Bill Lange, George
Gore, Jimmy Ryan, and Hugh Duffy.
Wilding Fund Passes $500 Mark
The Wilding Memorial fund being
raised by Australasia tennis players
to purchase a perpetual trophy to com-
memorate the memory of Anthony F.
Wilding has passed the $500 mark and
gives promise of doubling these fig-
ures. The New Zealand Lawn Tennis
association has been presented with
the racket that Wilding used in the
Davis Cup matches of 1908. The racket
was first offered as a trophy in a war
time tournament and the ultimate win-
ner deeded it to the association as
a perpetual property.
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Wuerth-Belle Bennett in "Be-
cause of a Woman." Also Comedy,
"His Bad Police."
Arcade - Madge Kennedy in
"Nearly Married." O. Henry Story,
"Hygenia at the Solito." Also Mutt
and Jeff Cartoon, "Prize Fighters."
Rae-June Caprice in "Every
Girl's Dream.," Also Keystone
Comedy, "The Sultan's Wife."

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AT THE WHITNEY
Arthur Hammerstein, who gave to
the amusement public such popular
entertainments as "Katinka," "High
Jinks," and "Firefly," has earned the
respect of all comic opera loverk,
therefoge the announcement of his
newest production, "You're in Love,"
appearing at the Whitney on Friday
night of this week, will doubtless
be welcome to Ann Arbor theatre-
,goers. The plot is filled with farcical
situations and the songs, especially
the hit of the show, "You're in Love,"
are attractive and catchy. Kay Hitch-
ens, Marguerite Strasselle, Alice John-
son, Raymond Crane, and others make
up the. large company, and the eccen-
tric dancers, Billy Cotton, Maxson, and
Brown, are one of the features of
the show.
AT THE GARRICK
The press agent heralds Clare Kum-
mer's success, "'Good Gracious An-
nabelle," now running at the Garrick,
Detroit, -as the "smartest comedy seen
in years." The same author produced.
"A Successful Calamity," and the pres-
ent play is said to be as funny as the
former succcess. The entire New York
cast, including Isabelle Lowe, Robert
Middlemase, Lydia Dickson, Ralph
Bunker, and others, will appear in the
Detroit production, and the play has
caused much favorable comment where
it has ;appeared.
Buy your alarm clocks at J. L.
Chapman's, $eweler. 113 8. MaIn.
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Sandusky, 0., Jan. 15.-Ba
ice is claiming the attentior
in the Lake Erie island regioi
have been organized on' Pu
North and Middle Bass anc
Islands. A league race for a
will be run if weather condit
mit.
Baseball is played on ice
on land, except that the play
skates and the ball is of soli
The ball fairly sails throug
when the batsmen connect
fielder is compelled to skat
distance before he recovers
As the runner is forced to
til he touches each base, the
that otherwise would be ag
fielder is overcome. Five inn
stitute a game and the score
run into the thirties.

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