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SPORTS FOR WAR PERIOD
New York, Jan. 16.-Eighteen
colleges in four eastern states
have dropped athletics because
of the war, according to returns
from a questionnaire distributed
by Prof. Frederick B. Well, of the
college of the City of New York.
The colleges are in New York,
New Jersey, Pennsylvania and
West Virginia.
Twenty-two colleges have elim-
inated all pre-season coaching
and the others have cut down
the period. Twenty-three col-
leges have dispensed with a
training table, and the other three
answering kept it only for foot-

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IN COMPANYBAETL

Class Track Meet
First On Schedule

MILITARY
TITLE

TEAMS PLAY FOR
AT BEGINNING OF
SEMESTER

Coach Farrell Advises All+
to Turn Out-at Once to
Training

Candidates
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the making yesterday in congress.
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zley, Grid Star,
Killed In rine

Wabash, One of Heroes of Michigan 12 to 11
auw have Victory Over Chicago In 1898
e speedy
nians can Dies in West
Zeller, a
ter. William H. (Bill) Caley, '99L, one of
:o tag a the heroes of Michigan's sensational
omington 12 to 11 football victory over Chicago
team has
the loss on Ferry field in 1898, was killed in a
'he coach shaft in a Colorado mine where he was
fill the working several days ago, according to
ig guard word just received by P. G. Bartelme.
owley,' a Caley, who spread his 200 pounds'
some real over a height of six feet, two inches,
t into to- played guard on the football team of
the for- '97 and held down the same position
in all but the Chicago game in '98.
regulars In the Maroon tilt, Caley was brought
atice and back to fullback because of his kick-
were put ing ability, and in that game showed
tefreshubooting skill that links his name
he fresh- with that of Hernstein, one of the best
.igh m W olverine toe artists.
aght men The 12 to 11 game with Chicago was
hme with the one made famous by the run of
he Windy Widman, who toted the ball some 90
probably yards for the touchdown that gave the
richigan: victory to Mich.igan in the last few
forwards; minutes of the game. Bill Caley was
Ruzicka, mentioned in all accounts of that game
as one of the outstanding stars.
ress, for- Bartelme, athletic director, was a
lsips and friend of Caley's and spoke of him yes-
terday as one of the biggest men in
stature and in spirit that ever played
on a Michigan team. "He was so big
IPS hearted that he would have given his

Company basketball at present is
not booming as the sport should among
the cadets of the different companies.
Some of the companies have not put
out any team and with the schedule
complete it now remains for those'
companies who have not entered into
the contest to do so at once and as-
sure keener ,competition for the prize.
With the elimination race due at the
beginning of the second semester it
is advantageous to each company
quintet to get out immediately and
obtain all the practice possible.
At- present early predictions as to
the calibre of the basketball teams
now playing each night are of little
avail, but three of the company teams
have shown a brand of basketball play-
ing that is very commendable. Indi-
vidual playing is very evident but
with a little more practice some of
the teams will be of sufficient calibre
to stack up against the other teams on
the campus.
MATHEWSON TO USE BLACKBURN
AT SHORT. DURING 1918 SEASON
Cincinnati, Jan. 16.-Christy Math-
ewson, manager of the Cincinnati Na-
tionals, is figuring on using Russell
Blackburn, purchased from the Toron-
to club of the International league,
at shortstop next season.
The fact that Kopf and Rath enlist-
ed for war service left a hole on, the
left side of the infield and Blackburn,
who formerly played with the Chicago
Americans, was the most available
player. His career in the major
leagues was unfortunate. Injuries
crippled him several times. He played
a brilliant game, however, for Toronto
last season.
INDUSTRIAL TEACHING COURSE
OFFERED NEXT SEMESTER
Education 51 is the name of the new
course in the problems and methods
in teaching trade and industrial sub-
jects offered by the department of ed-
ucation. This course is intended pri-
marily for those who wish to teach
shop work, mechanical drawing, or

A class meet will be the first event
in University track circles. This will
be held sometime in February, the ex-
act date to be announced later.
An opportunity will thus be given
for all men with track aspirations to
show their zlass. Coach Steve Farrell
advises all who intend to take part to
start working out immediately.
Several track candidates have been
practicing regulas, y an'd are certain
to have the edge on those who do not
start working right away. Men that
show up well in this meet stand a
good chance to make the Varsity
squad, so it is up to any good track-
sters, according to Farrell, to start
getting into shape without delay.
STRICTER ECONOMY OF FOOD
DEMANDED BY GOVERNMENT
Washington. Jan. 16.-Stricter econ-
omy of food is to be required of the

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who was coach of the '98 football contact may elect the course. Prof.
team, was associated with Caley in D. W. Myers will conduct the course
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Columbia Substitute Tie Rush
Columbia university is considering
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test, a tie rush, in which the sopho-
mores wear red ties and the freshmen
green ones. Each class tries to get
as many ties as possible from the oth-
er class and those most successful
are declared the victors.

Journalist students at the Universi-
ty of Oklahoma were given a taste of
real newspaper work recently when
they took full charge of editing the
Oklahoma News in Oklahoma City. Ev-
cry phase of the work was handled
by the embryo journalists, who were
under the supervision of the regular
News staff.

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