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February 14, 1918 - Image 3

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venated Quintet Allows
Only Two Field

Engage Minnesota
test on Friday

i l

's rejuvenated basketeers
h the Kazoo quintet la-t
Waterman gym and trounced
nents to the tune of 42 to 8.
lverines drew first blood in
t when Mc lintock caged a
foul which the referee call-
the Kazoo team. A couple
VicClintock and Hewlett put
well in the lead. The only
;oals chalked up against the
ere scored in the first period
I Pearce being responsible
,ch. Three baskets by Emery
Wolverines the long end of
score after the first half.
rerines Score Heavily
second half the speed and
eam work of the Wolverines
tell on the Kazoos. The
mery-McClintock scoring
>n rolled up six baskets be-
opponents could find out
happening. The coach sub-
reely in this period using
available material. This
nder the team work at all.
e substitutes scored as well
n they had replaced. The
s garnered 13 baskets and
bot in this period while the
n had to satisfy itself with
iots, making the score at the
second half 42 to 8.
he visitors' right forawrd,
ghtest man on the floor and
y for his size. When the
ch sent in Ferguson to re-
gritty little teammate the
the stands gave the lad a

Four more members of the Detroit Says om Lovell
Tigers have signed contracts recently.
They are Harry Coveleskie, the veter- I can hear the blackbirds singing,
an southpaw twirler, Bill James, the The thrush I hear whistling on
big righthander, Donie Bush, the little trees,
shortstop, and Joe Finneran, a recruit The buttercups and daisies by thous-
pither from the Amercian associa- ands,
tion. Finneran is touted strongly as a And the little humming bees.
comer and Manager Jennings hopes
that Coveleskie will be able to come For winter months, they have been
back and his pitching staff looms up silent,
brightly. The woodlands all bare,
"My. arm feels strong again," said All nature sleeping a while,
Coveleskie, after he signed his con- Aotngtu snow issanwhee
tract. Coveleskie, for two seasons, Nothing but snow is seen there.
complained of a weak arm and his Leafless trees all standing
pitching wing was examined by more Pools stagnant with ice,
than one specialist. Last year he was The mountains and the hills all coy-
unconditionally released.Tes
Coveleskie will ,go to Waxahachie,ered
Texas, with the first contingentathat With the beautiful snow so white.
leaves for the training camp on March No cattle found on the hillside
8. Some of his teammates believe that The sheep kept in the pen.
all Harry needs to regain is his con-Bls
fidence. They feel that he lost his But if you'll wait till spring timer
curve when he lost his nerve and Cov- The cattle with sheep will be there
eleskie has admitted that he became again.
discouraged last year because. he For nature will awake in her beauty
thought his arm was through." Filling the whole earth again
With music in the woodlands
Frosh Trounce On the flowers refreshing rain.
Campus Quintet The orchestra heard in the meadows
All the players in full play
Found at work in the busy moments
Loring Plays Chief Role Caging Yen Under the sun in each new day.
Field Goals in Last Night's
Game For these little birds with instinct,
Playing their own little part,
In a preliminary game to the Kazoo- Every note made so perfect,
Michigan tilt last night, the All-fresh It's done with all the heart.
defeated a picked campus team 46 to 2.
The fresh completely outclassed Making the woodlands fairly ring
their opponents in every department From early dawn till night,
of the game. Loring lead the scor- Never idle in all summer time,
ing with ten field goals to his credit, Filling the earth with delight.
while Weiss at forward was next __
tossing in six, and Karpus slipped Use Old English Floor Wax for
three through the net and did some floors. C. H. Major & Co. Phone 237.
excellent floor work. Williams and Adv.
Wilson defended the fresh goal with-
out much troubleholding the oppos- Always-Daily Servlce-Aways.
ing team to a lone field basket.
For the opponents Van Rossum and
Wickham both put up a good game,
Wickham making their only goal.
From the form displayed by the All-
fresh all through the season, it is cer- EN CIL
tain that Coach. Mitchell will have a
bunch of fine material to fill ini the \M These famous pen-
places vacated by graduation next CIs are the standrd
year. ibaetes~t~~r
Substitutions: Williams for Novak; Iby which all other
Wilson for Hinkley; Novak for Edison, pencils are ji1yd.
Field goals: Loring, 10; Weiss, 6;
Williams, 4; Karpus, 3; Wickham, 1. 17 lac c. r
Free throws: Karpus, 0 out of 1; 6 B sofcst to 9 11
Novak, 0 out of 2. q and hard and medium copying
Fouls committed: Loring, 1; Wil- Look for A;wV'ENUS fnish
son, 1.
Score first half: All-fresh, 34;/ F1E
Pick-ups, 2. - *
Score second half: Al-fresh, 46;{TriaSampes o
Pick-ups, 2. Pencils
Time of halves: 15 minutes. ) I Era er sent
Referee: Adrian.
All-fresh Pick-ups Phase enclose 6 tamp for packing
Weiss ....... ..R.F... .. . Wickham American Lead Pencil Co.
Loring .....,.:...C..,.:..Van Rossum 215 Fifth A ve iue, N. Y.
Novak .......... R.G.. ..:..Kingsford Dep.I

Walter Camp in a recent article en-
titled. "The College Athlete and the
War," proves conclusively that the1
former university athletic stars are
very actively engaged in the present
war. He cites the case of the men
who played in the Yale-Harvard foot-
ball game in the fall of 1916. Every
one of the participants in that contest
is now in some branch of the service.
Of the men on the Yale team one is
in the Lafayette Escadrille, two are
in the government aviation service,
two are members of the naval reserve,
three hold commissions in field artill-
ery, one is an officer in the marines,
two are driving ambulances in France,
and one is an officer in the ordnance-
The Harvard men seem inclined to-
ward the navy, there being no less
than eight ensigns among them. Of-
the rest five are officers at Camp
Devens and the others are in aviation,
heavy artillery, and ambulance units.
ward & Washington. 8-9 A. A. Say.
Bank Bldg., Phone 866.-Adv.
A want ad in the Daily will sell
your property.-Adv.
"The Young
Men's Shop"

Dancing at Armory, Friday and Sat-
urday Nights--9 to 1 Eastern time.-
A A v

Second-hand Books bought
exchanged at Wahr's Univers

-_ _ store.--Adv.
Put on paint that will stay put. 0. Estimates on all first class w
H. Major & Co. Manufacturers of High. painting and decorating gladly
grade Paints. Phone 237.-Adv. Phone 237. C. H. Major & Co.
"Say It With Flowers" On
St. Valentine's, Dav
February 14th, give flowers to your nearest and dearest.
In their beauty, life and fragrance, flowers are the perfect,
the most charming tokens of your sentiments. On St.
V~alentine's Day, "Say it with Flowers."
One important thing to consider about Flower-Valen-
tines is their arrangement, and in this particular, there is
great scope for individual preference.
Corsage Bouquets for personal use
Decorative arrangements of flowers in baskets
Flower decorations for the table
Hampers of growing plants that last indefinitely
Combinations of Spring Flowers
Dainty Plants in full blossom

Members of the Florists' Telegraph Delivery Association
lg is 1in1the Air

Better get your spring suit
now while our assortment is

stll complete.

I to have everything
night and proved to
factor in Michigan's

You will find unusual pat-
terns in stripes, mixtures and

ewlett Shows Form
L's new acquisition in the
[ewlett has greatly strength-
team work of the Wolver-
n is speedy and has a good
I him.
)wd got a fall out of Boyd
y cheered him before the
rted but the big guard con-
play in his floating-mine"
urnished the crowd with a
. of amusement when he was
ito the game in the last half
me. The big blonde hopped
e court displayed all kinds
the delight of the spectators.
Miitchell will stack his out-
,t Minnesota Friday night.
Madison aggregation came
-bor they rode back with the
s' scalp. But the Michigan-
out for blood and expect to
. their lost goat. The coach
with his team this after-

unfinished worsteds.


blues, browns and

mixtures in all styles.


ight Weight Spring Hats and Caps


(42) Kalamazoo (8)
.......L.F........ Hoekstra
ck ......R.F.......... Grove
.C........... Pearce
.R.G........... Read
......L.G.... ....Strome
goals-Emery, 5; McClintock,
'tt, 4; Rychener, 3; Bornstein,
, 2; Pearce, 1; Grove, 1.
hots-McClintock 1 out of 3;
i 1 out of 1; Hoekstra, 4 out
.utions-Michigan: Rychener
intock; Bornstein for Emery;
r Bartz. Kalamazoo: Fer-
r Grove; Walker for Read.
f halves-20 minutes.
e-Stephenson, University of
irland Wants Commission
lle, Ky., Feb. 13.-- Packey
id, the noted Chicago boxer,
become a commissioned offic-
army instead of a boxing in-
at Camp Taylor. McFarland
isto see service in France and
o be examined for a commis-
Demsey to Oppose Flynn
>, Feb. 13.-The next oppon-
Jack Demsey, the San Fran-
vyweight, will be the veteran
n, who once scored a knock-
the new Pacific coast star.
1 meet at Fort Sheridan on
A large percentage of the re-
11 be turned over to the post
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