PROSPECTS BRIGHTEN iN
CROSS COUNTRY WORK
"RED" DONNELLY AND SEVEN
OTHER VARSITY MEN TAKE
Eight Varsity men and six fresh-
men appeared for cross-country prac-
tice yesterday. "Red" Donnelly ap-
peared in a track suit and took the
regular three-mile jaunt with the rest
of the men.
Things are beginning to look bright
for the cross-country in spite of the
war and the poor response from theC
student body. With Sedgwick, Com-
loquay, Fuess, Langley, Maynard,
Donnelly and Cuthbert, all Varsity
sprinters, back into the running, Steve
Farrell ought to have no trouble in
choosing a representative aggregation.
Sedgwick did some fine work on the
cross-country team last year and will
lead this year's quintet. Comloquay
and Fuess were Sedg's running mates.
Langley is a new man while May-
nard is re-entering the hill-and-dale
event. Tom was not out for the teamt
last year. "Red" Donnelly is no new-
comer in the long distance e'vent and
will strengthen the team materially.
Cuthbert has not done any sprinting
for a year but while at the Ann Ar-
bor high school was a star.
The first casualty in the ranks was
reportedyesterday. Bob Meehan, one
of Farrell's dependables, is in the
University hospital with an infected
throat. It is hard to tell just how
soon he will be ready to report for
practice again. His absence will tem-
porarily weaken the team.
Steve has managed to obtain a "rub-
ber" to, keep the men in trim.
ALL WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
TEAMS LOOK LIKE CHAMPS
Sophomores Are Partly Handicapped
by Loss of Two Star
Prospects for 1917-18 basketball for
women are bright indeed, with the
possible exception of last year's fresh-
Agnes Kennedy and Myrtle Baum,
two of '20's star performers, are not
back in school this year. However,
the sophs still have Elsie Erley, Edna
Daskam, Hazel Platt, and Florence
Butler as a good start toward a team.
This year's junior class, who were
interclass champions in 1916, report
their entire team of last year as back
and out for the championship: Lucille
Duff, _ Phyllis Egglestone, Doris Mc-
Donald, Eva Herzberg, Ethel Glauz
and Elizabeth McCormick.
Once more the senior basketball vet-
erans are planning on taking first
place. In addition to their regular
team of last year, viz: Marie Macauley,
June Brooks, Beulah Smith, Clarissa
Vyn and Louise Irish, they are cele-
brating the return of Leila Wheeler,
'18, formerly the most spectacular
player of the 1917 team.
Freshmen prospects are rather an
unknown quantity as yet, but as this
year's new class has made a creditable
showing in all lines so far, there is
no reason why ability to play basket-
ball should prove an exception.
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