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PROF. C. H. VAN TYNE DECLARES
HEADS OF ROADS LOST
INTEREST IN WORK
"All railroad discipline seems gone
with the government control of trans-
portation," said Prof. Claude H. Van
Tyne of the history department, yester-
day when he had returned from a four
day trip to southern Indiana. "In the
yards and on the roads not only the
officials but the men seem to have lost
all interest in their work. There seems
to be no effort to get trains back on
running schedule to follow their us-
"Granted that the weather has been
bad, that the great number of men'
out of work has made for more travel,"
Professor Van Tyne added, "there is
no excuse for the apparent lax of dis-
cipline which seems to come from the
heads of the roads."
Professor Van Tyne remarked that
it was only natural that the railroads
safe in the security of the fact that
their profits would be assured to them
should'lessen their effort to make the
roads the efficient carriers they were
when the competition was so keen.
"The system inaugurated by the
government certainly will eliminate
covering the same territory by two
roads," he continued. "This is the in-
tent of the step. But with government
control there is only the patriotism of
the officials to insure the same effici-
ency that was provided for before."
Columbus, Ohio, Jan. 22.--Michigan's
quintet fell before the terrific on-
slaught of the fast Ohio State team
which piled up the %core of 39 to the
WolN erines' 7 point in the Armory
The game was scrappy from the
fzrst jump off and both teams yhowed
streaks of rough and hard playing.
But the polished team work of the
Buckeyes soon found the weak spots
i-t the defense of the Wolverines and
shot baskets from many difficult
angles. It was due to the clever work
of Davies, the Ohio State forward, that
eight field baskets were credited to
the Columbus quintet.
Buckeye Forward Stars
The brilliant Buckeye forward was
easily the star of the game, showing
exceptional skill in caging three of
the eight baskets rcm difficult po-
sitions and adding greatly to the
steady team work of his mates.
Francis, the other forward for the
Scarlet and Gray team, bagged four
field goals and because of the close
guarding of the Wolverine forward
was kept under cover.
Though the game was ragged in
spots and marked by loose playing,
the Wolverine players put up a stub-
born resistance and showed streaks
of fast individual playing. Emery for
the Maize and Blue made two field.
goals and McClintock one, and Ruzicka,
shot a free throw. It was a case of
the old complaint that enabled the
Scarlet and White team to run up
their large score.
Wolverines Get Big Hand
Ohio State rooters tuoned out for the.
game in large numbers and were
pleased at the sudden surprise of the
large score. This basketball game
was the first contest with the Buck-
eyes in athletics for five years and
the sentiment at Columbus favors3
Michigan's re-entry into the Confer-
OHIO STATE MICHIGAN
Davies ..........I....... McClntock
Heise, Francis ... r.f... Emery, Later
Kennedy .......... c....... ..... Bartz
Nemecek, Matheny.l.g...Boyd, Ruzicka
Bolen (capt.) .......g... Boyd, Ruzicka
Final score: Ohio State, 39; Michi-
Field goals: Davies, 8; Francis, 4;
Kennedy, 3; Nemecek, 1; Emery, 2;
Free throws: Bolen, 5; Ruzicka, 1.
Referee: Dr. Heckett, of Drake.
Time of halves, 20 minutes.
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MITCHELL TO GIVE QUINTET
- LIGHT 1ORKOUT
Michigan's basketball quintet re-
turned yesterday with two more de-
feats chalked up against them, one
suffered at the hands of the Maroons
and the other administered by the
strong Buckeye five.
In the Conference teams, the Wol-
verines found aggregations that rank
with the best in the country, Chicago
and Ohio always being contenders for
the western, honors, and the exper-
ience gained should go far toward de-
veloping them along the lines where
they have thus far shown up weakest.
In both games the passing was in-
accurate and the shooting was very
weak. For this reason they were
forced to play a defensive game most
of the time. The guarding was con-
sistently good, Boyd and Ruzicka
showing up to good advantage. In
these two games, as in the Indiana
contest, the failure to arch the ball
on long shots made most of the good
work of the guards go for naught,
while the glass banks served to fur-
ther handicap the Wolverines.
Weakness was further displayed in
free shots, but three points being
chalked up out of 16 trys.
Emery was the big scorer of the trip,
caging four of the five baskets made
by the Wolverines.
A light scrimmage, from which the
nien who made the trip were excused,
' as the form of entertainment last
1right. A team composed of men of
the reserve squad defeated a picked
freshman squad, by a low score. The
game was fast, despite the fact that
ih was rougher than the average varsi-
ty game, the reserves, especially put-
ting up a snappy fight.
Coach Mitchell will give his first
squad very light workouts this week
in preparation for the two hard games
to be played on Friday and Satuiday.
The men will be drilled thoroughly il
passing and -basket shooting, places
where they have shown up weakest
in preceding games. These two con-
tests will be the last of the semester.
BEARDSLEY, '19, LEADS IN
WEEK OF TRACK PRACTICEj
Steve Farrell has determined, by
competition, the ten fastest men out
for his indoor track team, during the
first week of track practice. This was
done by having the different men out
for the team run c.ne lap on the in-
door track, against time.
Beardsley, '19, led the others by
completing the lap in the fast time
of 19 3-5 seconds. The others in suc-
cession of their time made are: Haigh,'
'19E, Genebach, '20, Stoll, '20, Messner,
'20, McCloy, '20E, Barringer, '20, Kru-
ger, '18A, Meese, '21E, Le Mont, '21.
COUNCIL TAKES NO ACTION -
ON EASTERN TIME QUESTION
( 9 di
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The division of women's war work
of the committee on public informa-
tion has issued a statement that 100
telephone operators are needed for
service abroad. The operators need
not necessarily be experienced, but
they must be able to speak French as
fluently as English. . Already 25 have
enrolled and will soon be sent to
COAL SUPPLY EXHAUSTED WITH
MANY ORDERS STILL UNFILLED
No coal was received by dealers
here yesterday, as far as could be
ascertained. The carload received by
the police department Monday was en-
tirely gone at noon yesterday with
many orders still unfilled. Chief of
Police. O'Brien said that another car
is expected today.
One dealer expressed the opinion
that wood is as scarce as coal. Deal-
ers generally are hopeful that their
supply will reach the, city shortly.
Socialists Meet To Study Karl Marx
The Intercollegiate Socialist society
will meet at 8 o'clock tonight at 1340
Wilmot street. The evening will be
spent in a discussion of the first chap-
ter of Boudin's Theoretical System
of Karl Marx."
Miss Mable Rowe. Shampooing, Chi-
ropody, Mancuring. Open evenings by
appointment. 326 N. Fifth Ave. -Adv.
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right next door to your home. Take
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Full information regarding the dis-
tribution of the regulation R. 0. T. C.
uniforms will be given out by Lieut.
George C. Mullen at the regular Wed-
nesday lecture at 4:15 o'clock this aft-
ernoon in Hill auditorium.
Members of the R. 0. T. C. band
will rehearse at 8 o'clock tonight in
the school of. Music. All men. who,
have failed to enroll must sign up
at this time. Every member of the
Varsity band who expects to be with
the cadet band is requested to appear
at this time. The tryouts will be heard
at this rehearsal.
Special drill classes will be held dur-
ing the two week examination period
for the benefit of the cadets who have
a large number of make-up drills on
their records. Schedules are being ar-
ranged for the make-up .classes and
will be issued from the R. O. T. C.
offices this week..
William M. Le Fevre, '19, recently.
passed the aviation examinations in
Detroit, and expects to leave the Uni-
versity after the first semester. Le
Fevre is now office manager of The
Michigan Daily, anf was' circulation
manager of The Wolverine last sum-
mer. He is also a member of the Pi
Upsilon Rho fraternity.
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nior Society Elects New Officers
enior society elected the following
cers at their meeting Monday night:
sident, Weltha McLachlan; vice-
sident, June Brooks; secretary,
da Josenhans; treasurer, Marie
J. M. McKinney Dies In Washington
John M. McKinney, father of F. F.
McKinney, managing editor of The
Michigan Daily in 1915-16, and John
M. Kinney, Jr., '19M, recently died in
Washington, according to word re-
ceived here yesterday. The deceased
was employed in the United States re-
You will find what you want
through the Daily want ads.-AdY.
At the regular meeting of the city
council Monday night no action was,
taken on the time question. It was
reported, however, that some of the
aldermen had changed their diews
regarding the change in time and that
they were ready to reconsider their
action on the matter.
The salaries of some city officials
Nsere raised at the meeting, and dif-
ferent paving contracts were discuss-
Local Stores Closed All Day Monday
Every store in Ann Arbor closed
yesterday in compliance with the or-
ders of the fuel administration, as
far as can be ascertained by the city
Many people who forgot the order
were disappointed after walking down
town to find they were unable to get
in any of the stores.
Fresh Lits to Hold Business Meeting
Fresh lits will hold a business meet-
ing at 3 o'clock this afternoon in room
203, Tappan hall, to elect a men's
basketball manager, a women's basket-
ball manager, and a track manager..
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The last class in military marching
for women will be held at 3 o'clock
this afternoon in Barbour gymnasium.
An intensive drill program will prob-
ably be worked up during the next two
weeks, which will be given to the wom-
en in the second semester drill per-
McAiDOO URGES RETURN TO
PRIVATE ROAD OWNERSHIP
Washington, Jan. 22.-Changes in
the fundamental principles of rail-
roads under government control will
make it inadvisable to turn the roads
back to private ownership immediately
after the end - of the war, Director
General McAdoo today urged before
the senate Interstate Commerce com-
mittee. Until; "comprehensive and
rational legislation" to meet the
changed conditions is enacted it would
LAST WEEK'S PRICES RE
UNCHANGED ON LOCAL
Prices in the local market
changed during the past weel
ing to information received
dealer today. Creamery bul
cents, fresh eggs 55, and su
cEnts. The latter is scarce
.Pork is 20 cents dressed;
calves are 20 cents dresse
alive; beef is S8to 0 ckel
15 cents dressed, and chickei
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