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'ed in the
first half;
'18, Florr
ae Brooks,
Is. Claris-

I half: guards, Marie Macauley,
aucy Huffman, '20; forwards,
) Irish, '18, Edna Daskam, '20',
-1921, first half; guards, Eliza-
McCormick, '19; E. Welsh, '21;
s, Phyllis Egglestone, '19, Eu-
Wentzy, '21; forwards, Jennie
.ing, '19, Katrina Schermerhorn,,
econd half: guards, Lucille Duff,
iyllis Wylie, '21; centers, Laura
.s, '19, Beatrice Beckwith, '21;
'ds, Dorothy Sample, '19, Agnes
son, '21,
ular class teams will be chosen
s Alice Evans with the assist-
f the class captains, as. soon as
Igibility of the candidates -can
ermined, which will probably be
.me between semesters.
the Daily classified columns.

ANNUAL EVENT TO BE HELD ON
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
APRIL 26, 27
Pennsylvania's 24th annual relay
race carnival, which will be held on
April 26 and 27 this year, should be
one of the most interesting sets of
games ever held in this country. Al-
ready assurances have been received
from Yale, Harvard Princeton, Cor-
nell, Michigan and Chicago and many
other colleges that they will be rep-
resented.
The meeting will be especially in-
teresting this year because of the fact
that the coaches of the. different col-
leges find themselves minus their last
year's point winners. Though the
championship events will not be up to
the standard of pre-war times, there'
are sport articles daily which pro-
claim the fact that many coaches have
discovered phenomenons in the track
events. To the general public it will
be more interesting this year to see.
the new stars unheard of last season
clip the seconds off long standing re
cords.
- Games on Friday and Saturday
The games will be held on Friday
and Saturday as usual. The Friday
program will have as its special at-
tractions the sprint, distance, distance
medley relays, and the Penthalon or
All-round college championship. It is
very probable that the medley relay
championship race, will be very popu-
lar this year as the smallness of the
track teams will not permit the
coaches to enter their men into the
one, two, and. four mile relay race
but they can use their fastest men in
the medley race whether they are
sprinters or distance men.
With Berry, the famous nnsyl-
vania .athlete out of the way, there
should be a host of entrie. in the Pen-
tathlou event,.
Big Relay Races on Saturday
On Saturday, the one, two, and four
mile college relay, championships of
Amercia, the freshman one mile relay
championship, the high school and
preparatory relay championships, and
the special events will be the main
features.
Pennsylvania's management "'also'
plans on carrying through service e-
lays between the army and navy cam'ps
that should prove a big' attraction.
At last year's; eeting over 300
teams were in the field and more are
expected this year as the coaches real-
ize that the athletes must have a
special incentive in accordance with
the order of the government to con-
tinue athletics in all schools at' full
swing
General Program
The general program fo Friday and
Saturday is as follows:
Friday, pr11 "26 4
440 yards hurdle, heats.
Philadelphia suburban high school
championship.
Interacademic A. A. of. Philadelphia
championship.
Philadelphia high schooli champipn-
ship.
Philadelphia City college champion-
ship.
20 0 metres, Pentathlon.
Philadelphia grammar and parochial
school class races and championships.
Sprint medley college and relay
championship of America.
440 yards hurdle, final.
1,5400metres, Pentathlon.
Distance medley olege reay cham n-
pionship of America.
Field Events
Running broad jump, Petathlon.
Throwing 56 pound weight for ds
tance..
Throwing the Javelin, Petathlon.
Running,. hop, step and jump.

Throwing the. hammer.
Throwing the discus.
Saturday, April 27
High school races.
120 yard hurdles.
Preparatory school races.
106 yards, heats.
College relay races.
Service relay races.

Meet In Detroit
Misses Livingston and Brady Schedul.
ed for Bout Jan. 27 in Light
Guard Armory
TDetroit, Jan. 23. - Even women
are beginning to commercialize their
every talent, for- word comes from De-
troit that Cora Livingston is about to
utilize the brain and brawn she has
acquired against Grace Brady who
professes like strength. Which,. being
translated, means that Miss Living-
ston, champion lady wrestler of the
world, has been challenged to com-
bat by aforesaid Grace Brady.
This bout is a preliminary to the
championship heavyweight' 'wrestling
match to be staged between Chris Sor-
enson, Danish champion and winner
of the Detroit tournament, and Marin
Plestina, challenger of the'world, Jan.
27, at the Light Guard armory, Detroit.
HOCKEY GETTING UNDER WAY
AT JACKIE TRAINING CAMP
Great Lakes, Ill., Jan. 23.-Hockey
is receiving considerable attention at
Great Lakes Naval Training station
and prospects are excellent for a fast
seven. Although the.team is only in
the embryo stage, there are several
acknowledged stars trying out and the
men are being' welded rapidly into,
a speedy puck- chasing machine.
A. Sunderlein, a chief petty officer,
was formerly rover on the Portage
Lake team of Houghton, Mich. Dan-
deno, well'known on Canadian rinks,
is a good wing man. Petty Officer
Payne and William Fuller, both of
whom gained their experience at St.
Paul school, Concord, N. H., Black-
lock of M. A. C. fame, Thuden of Min-
neapolis. and Duluth, and Anderson
of Pittsburg are considered among
the most promising candidates on the
squad...:
A want ad in. the Daily will sel!
your property:-Adv.

FORI

CAPTAIN GILLEN TO LEAD STRO(
QUINTET ONTO MICHIGAN
FLOOR FRIDAY
Minneapolis, Jan. 23.-Dr. Cooke
working his Gopher basket tosse
hard in preparation for the Michig
tilt at Ann Arbor Friday night. A
though the Minnesota aggregation
not expecting a set back at the han
of the Wolverines, it is practici:
strenuously this week so that it m
keep its slate clean in the tWeek-end
contests.
The Gophers have an enviable reco
thus far this season, their easy defe
of the strong Great Lakes quintet i
dicating strength. It is thought
Conferonce circles that they will
strong contenders for the title, a
though in Northwestern, Ohio Stat
and Chicago they will find some ha
aggregations .to conquer.
Captain Gillen is the star perform
for Minnesota. He plays right fc
ward and is both speedy and an a
curate shot.. Arnston or Lawler w
handle the other forward positio
either of them being a good runni'
mate for Gillen. Kingsley is a ti
lad who is in the habit of getting t
jump on the opposing center co
sistently. Schroeder and Ecklund a
fine defense men and very difficult
shake.
1any Entries for National Ski .e
Chicago, Jan. 23.-Entries are con
ing in fast for the two day natior
championship ski meet to be held
the Cary, Ill., slide Sunday, Jan.
Officials believe one of the best fiel
in .the history of the event will con
pete. The meet will be held under t
auspices of the Norge Ski club. T
National Ski association will hold
annual convention in connection, wi
'the meet.

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Two mile college relay champion-
ship of America.
One mile preparatory school relay
championship of America.
One mile freshman relay champion-
ship of America.
120 yards hurdle, fiinal.
One mile high school relay cham-
pionship of America.
100 yard dash, final.
One mile college relay champion-
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Four mile college relay champion-
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