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a candidate for Farrell's relay team
and also the 440.
Both athletics are still in school
and Forbes will be able to participate
in the coming trhck events as the
Naval Auxiliary unit will in all pro-
bability not -be oalled before the 15th
of April.
BOWLERS SHOW PEP
IN PIN TOURNEYS
Delta Upsilon Team Leads With 20
Victories and Seven
Defeats
Interest in the Fraternity Bowling
League is increasing as the season
progresses. The matches are being
played daily at Huston's and some
very creditable scores are being turn-
ed in.
The Delta Upsilonteam is now lead-
ing with 20 victories and seven de-
feats. Sigma Chi and Phi Kappa Psi
are tied for second honors, while third
place is held by the Phi Sigma Kappa
aggregation. The standing is as fol-
lows:
Team W. L. P.C.
Delta Upsilon..........20 7 .741
Sigma Chi ..........8 4 .667
Phi Kappa Psi..........14 7 .667
Phi Sigma Kappa.. ;.:.. .z. ..16 11 593
Lambda Chi Alpha ._,.. 8 7 .555
Chi Psi.................9 9 .500
Kappa Sigma......,....8 16 .333
Alpha Tau Omega......,2 4 .333
Theta Delta Chi.........5 13 .278
Alpha Delta Phi ............0 3 .000
Phi Gamma Delta . .....0 3 ,.000
Phi Delta Theta .......... 0 6 .000

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AShl s IWOfEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
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FORBES AND CULVER PASS EX-
AM FOR NAVAL AUXILI.
ARY UNIT.
Ward Culver mnd David Forbes suc-
ceeded in passing the strict Naval
Auxilia'ry Reserve examination recent-
ly and are now members of the Michi-
gan student unit. Both men were
prominent athletics at the University,
and rumors had it that they were
rejected a few weeks ago as physical-
ly unfit,
Ward Culver hails from Detroit
Michigan and played on the Detroit
Central High School football team
for four years and was captain of the
,team in 1915 when the Centrals were
the champions of the state.I Coming
to Michigan in'the fall, Ward appear-a
ed for the All-fresh team and soon
won a regular berth on Coach MeGin-
nis' team. Yost saw the big boy in
action and as a result was one of the
freshmen players ordered to report<
for early fall practice. This past
season the husky guard bore the brunt
of every battle at the guard position
and was chosen by several critics for
that position on their mythical eleven..

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Awards to be Made For Class and
College Songs; Cotillion Fol-
lows Supper,
Class basket ball teams are to fur-
nish the entertainment at the annual
athletic banquet this year, to be held
at 6 o'clock Friday evening, March 1,
in Barbour gymnasium. The supper
will be followed by a cotillion, as
,usual, given by the department of
phpsical training for women.
The Women's Athletic association,
which is managing the event, is open-
ing contests for class and college
songs, awards for which will be made
at the banquet. A loving cup is to
be given to the class receiving the
greatest number of points for the num-
her of the members present, the best:
songs and the teams giving the best
stunt. The cup was awarded for the
first time last year, the senior class
receiving it..
The cotillion will begin promptly
at 8 o'clock. Not much money will be;
put into favors on account of war con-
ditions, but the plans being laid for
entertainment are fully equal to those
of past.years.
Tickets for the banquet may be ob-
tained for 40 cents from members of}
the athletic committee. It is hoped
that all members of the Athletic as-
sociation, and any other University'
women who are interested, will show
their support of the association by
their presence.
Tickets for the cotillion will be giv-
en free of charge to University women
after Monday, Feb. 18, at the office
of the dean of women in Barbour gym-
nasium.
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David Forbes also has a very en-
viable record as an athletic and first
received reciognition as a track many
when running for the Grand Rapids
High School team. For two years he
was on the state champion Grand Rap-
ids Central High track team and ran'
the half mile and 440 in record time.
During 1916 he was the leading high
school half miler. Last year Forbes
was on the All-fresh team running

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