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February 12, 1918 - Image 3

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Written '93
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I teami eim-
Waterman gym
ith the jackies
raining statioi.
I to 27 in favor
Ann Arbor to
s after having
tce scalps. II
men as John-
hool star, Coy-
iyls, and Halls',
ity of Illinois'
about four
away with a
hiem two field
ew minutes of
ted things fo,,
score see-saw-
il the last few
.f. Then John-
caged a couple
ie Great Lakes'
i the gun shot
first half. The
'ted out slo ' ly
ad the jackies
However, the
n great danger
chigan garner-
kies 13 in this

eat Lakes' right for-
r of the game. He
ints accumulated by
ovney helpedi with
and Felmley ~con-
Bartz helped mate-
ng for the Wolver-
four baskets to his
wed great improve-
hooting, caging five
for the basket.
ibled across a float-
m of one Alan Boyd.
der was respon-
terrupted plays and
> the scoring for the
men showed great
asket shooting and
ey play at all the
st night they ought
e conference scalps
is over. The Wol-
ne more try at Chi-

Stagg and Williams Write Volume
Which Predicts Football As
New National Sport.
Minneapolis, Minn., Feb. 11.-"Foot-
ball is fast becoming the national fall
sport of the American youth," wrote
H. L. Williams and A. A. Stagg in a
book on football published by them
in 1893. The volume has been resur-
rected by followers of the sport here
who point to the timeliness of many
passages set down by the two Yale
stars a quarter of a century ago.
For seventeen years .Stagg of the
University of Chicago and Williams
of the University of Minnesota have
been training rival teams and have
contributed to the work of revising
the whole character of the game.
When, as team mates, they prepared
their book on football, the "flying
wedge" was the favorite weapon of
the score makers and it was this style
of play that for years made life on the
gridiron unsafe and brought protests
which caused sharp changes in the
The following excerpts from the
book include bits of advice that are
as timely today as when they were
written :
Try to get the opposition off guard
and score before two minutes of the
game have been staged.
If you're hurt on a tackle, don't
show it. Get up briskly or they'll
throw you twice as hard the next time.
The time for conversation with op-
ponents is after the game.
Fast play is the most effective. Make
one play follow the other as rapidly
as possible.
When getting ready to tackle watch
the runner's hips-they move the
Go after the runner-don't wait for
Knock the runner towards his own
goal. .w
If the opposition seems sotowerful.
you haven't a chance, keep playing
harder. The rivals may lose a star
by injury or ruling at any moment,
and your chance may come
Keep your eyes on the ball-always.
Football at Indiana Brings $22,000
Bloomington, Ind., Feb. 11.-The
1917 football season at Indiana Uni-
versity was a financial success' de-
.spite the war. The receipts totaled
approximately $22,000.
Coach Stiehm has been instructed
to schedule an additional game next
fall to be known as the annual home-
coming contest with a team from
either Camp Shelby, Camp Taylor or
Fort Benjamin Harrison. The game
will be played on Nov. 9, and will take
the place of the annual contest with
M. A. C. Loses All Around Athlete
East Lansing, Mich., Feb. 11.-
"Swede" Oas, star all around athlete
of the Michigan Agricultural College,
has enlisted in the navy and is now
at the Great Lakes Training Camp.
Oas was catcher on the baseball team
and was one of Coach Brewer's de-
pendable backs on the football eleven.
The baseball squad has been riddled
by enlistments. The two regulars
who are still in college are "Frenchy"
DeMond, pitcher, and Hammes, the
star batter.
Dr. A. D. Wickett, '17M, has been
appointed to the staff of the University
health service to take the place of
Dr. H. R. John, who is about to leave
for France. Dr. Wickett has been

practicing in Mt. Pleasant, Mich., since
his graduation.
Always-Daily Service-Always. -

Egmont 1-ildner, who has just pass-
ed a successful examination for en-
sign in the United States navy, has
been detailed for four months of spe-
cial training at the United States nav-
al academy, Annapolis, and ordered to
report there February 11. He spent
a few days with his parents, Professor,
and Mrs. J. A. C. Hildner, of Fair
Oaks Parkway, before leaving for An-
Ensign Hildner was a member of
the Seventh division of Michigan nav-
al militia, recruited on the campus
last spring. Since leaving Ann Arbor
he has been stationed at the Great
Lakes Naval Training station.
Two other Michigan men will be
given the same training in naviga-
tion. Ensigns Rufus Knight, of De-
troit, and Harry Johnson of East
Lake. If these men qualify at Annap-
olis they will be assigned immediate-
ly to some post at sea.
You will always find bargains in
Daily advertisements. Read them.
There is always an opportunity to
Increase your business through Daily
advertising. Try it.-Adv.

Miss Sue C. Hamilton has been ap-
pointed Domestic Sanitarian of the
health service by the Board of Re-
gents, and she has begun a campaign
to better boarding conditions on the
campus. Co-operation among students
and boarding house owners is being
encouraged as the best means of ac-
complishing better results generally.
Questionnaires have been filled out
by more than 1,000 students, telling
their suggestions for improving
board. Each reply is being give care-
ful consideration by Miss Hamilton,
and a report is to be made within a
few days. The matters criticised will
then be talten up with the boarding
houses. The health service wishes to
assist the students- and boarding
houses in every possible way, and no
critical worik will be done unless it
is found necessary Anyone wishing
advice or assistance may call upon
Miss Hamilton.
Lab. Supplies, Coats, Aprons, etc.
etc., at Wahr's--Adv,

Service In Advising




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next year will be of inferior qualit

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In the service of your Government by preparing
yourself for a stenographic or typewriting position.
of stenographers and typewriters are needed with
salary of $1000 to $1200 at the start.
Second Semester
Commences February 11. Call at once and ar-
range to take up this patriotic work.
State and William Streets

27) Great Lakes (34)
..L.F......... Covney
. R.F.........Johnson
.. ...........Peppard
......L.G.......... Halis
......R.G........ Felmley
skets - Johnson, 7; Mc-
; Bartz, 4; Covney, 4;
; Bornstein, Boyd, Rychen-


They will look like new. There
will be no strain on the material nor
any odor left, because we use

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gan: Rychener
for Rychener,
Great Lakes:


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o Add to Talk Given
Lees of Oratorical
Riley, the well known
er and western law-
e at 4:15 o'clock to-
n in the Natural Sci-
under the auspices of
sociation. His subject
htful travel tale, "The
rthwest." It will be
colored- slides. Mr.
r member and former
e climbing organiza-

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increasingly more diffi-
cult to obtain as the sea-
son advances.

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