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THE MICH1GAN DAILY

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rt Women
For Basketball

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'ARSITY TRACK MEET
TO BE NEXT SAlURDAY'

Notre Dame Has
Few Track Stars

,L TAKES SQUAD
EN TO MINNEA-
LME TONIGHT
TO PLAY,
OCK PIVOT MAN

>f Veteran Center Weakens Five
on Eve of Battle With -
Gopher ,five
ch Mitchell and his squad of
eers departed for Minneapolis
day afternoon at 1:16.
t. Boyd, McClintogk, Ruzicka,
tt, Emery, Bornstein, and Ry-
r were the men who made the
Manager Nye was unable to ac-
ny the team on account of ill,
Wolverines received an eleventh
etback in the loss of Bartz who
ligible and will be out of the
for the remainder of the sea-
Bartz has been playing a good
for Mitchell's team throughout
ar and has been one of its main-
Varsity mentor will probably,
McClintock to center, while Ry-
! or Hewlett will take Mc-
ek's position at forward. This
nake a good combination al-
i not quite as strong as that of
.zoo game.
h Mitchell hopes to hold the
rs to a low score, but Minne-
asketeers are experienced and
he advantage of playing on their
floor. The glass back boards
.so be a hinderance to the bas-:
ooting of the Michigan plavr,
one game will be played oi
.p and the squad will probably
to Ann Arbor Monday morning.
on Tickets to be Out Monday
mnuch as tickets for the cotil-
o be given at 8 o'clock on Fri-
ght, March 1, are limited to 300,
. should secure them early.
s may be had free of charge at
ce of the dean of women in the
sium, beginning Monday morn-
b. 18. The cotillion will follow
nual banquet given by the Wo-

Miss Alice Evans and Captains Choose
Members of Teams in.
League Race
Women's class basketball teams,
with the exception of the sophomore
team, were chosen yesterday with the
assistance of the several class cap-
tains by Miss Alice Evans, director of
physical training for women.
Senior team: forwards, Clarissa
Vyn, Louise Irish; centers, Katherine
MacNaughton, Beulah Smith; guards,
Virginia Cavendish, Marie Macaulay.
Substitute team: forwaids, June
Brooks, Irene Dayton; centers, Mar-
guerite Snyder, Helen Brown, Cecil
Johnson; guards, Marion Frisbee,
Alice Burtless.
Junior team: forwards, Dorothy
Sample, Jane Duemling; centers, Dor-
is MacDonald, Phyllis Egglestone;
guards, Ethel Glauz, Lucile Duff. Sub-
stitute team: forward, Marcia Pink-
erton; centers, Laura Daniels, Mar-
garet Atkinson; guards, Juliet Ahrens,
Elizabeth McCormick.
Freshman team: forwards, Katrina
Schermerhorn, Neva Nelson; centers,
Eugenia Wentzy, Edith Apfel; guards,
Phyllis Wiley,. Jessie Craig. Sub-
stitute team: forwards, Hilda Nicolai,
Beatrice Beckwith; centers, Eleanor
'Mullett, Eliza McRobb, Doris Gracey;
guards, Eva Walsh, Lois Brooks, Bea-
tice Bowbeer.
The class captains will call a
meeting of the new teams over the
week-end to elect captains for the
year. It is planned to commence the
annual series of interclass games
about Mar. 5.

Catholics-to Develop Team
Men; Four Letter
in School

From
Men

ALL ELIGIBLE STUDENTS
ENTITLED TO ENTER
EVENTS

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All men, who wish to compete in
the Varsity track meet a week from
tonight in Waterman gymnasium, are
asked to sign on the chart in the
gymnasium Monday.
, The Varsity indoor track meet will
be held a week from tonight in Water-
man gymnasium.
All students in the University, who
are eligible scholastically, are able to
participate in the events to be run at
that time, and from the men who
perform next Saturday, Coach Steve
Farrell will select the members of
his track squad.
There is a dearth of veteran track
material this year and so far only on
or two men seem anything like sure
point winners. Farrell is trying to re-
build the entire team, which was
wrecked by graduation and enlist-
ments, and he needs plenty of new
material with which to work.
In former years the Varsity track
meets have enabled Farrell to find
runners who with proper coaching
will develop into valuable men for the
team. This year the meet will be of
greater value than ever before .if
there is a representative turnout of
those men who have any track ability.
The men who enter will run for their
class in the University and the points
will be given to the class the men
represent.
The following events will be run:
50 yard dash. High and law hurdles.
16 pound shot. High jump. Pole
vault. Quarter mile. Half mile.
Mile. Four lap relay race between
sophomores and freshmen.
Judge Investigates Stockyards
Chicago, Feb. 15-Seeking firsthand
information as to working conditions
in the packing plants at the stock-
yards, Judge Samuel Alschuler plan-
ned to devote today to a tour of the
yards. The judge, appointed by Wil-
liam B. Wilson, secretary of labor, to
arbitrate the differences between the
packers and their embployes, has been
hearing testimony of the employes fol
the last four days, and the next four
days will be given over to the eni-
ployers.

Notre Dame, Ind., Feb. 15-Pros-
pects for a winning track team at
Notre Dame are not very bright. The
team which will meet Michigan here
March 9 is mostly made up of new
men, there being only four letter men
now in college. They are Capt Mul-
ligan, Call, McGinnis and Rademacher.
However, Coach Rockne has hopes
of developing some of the newcomers
into point winners. Gilfillan, a for-
mer Joliet, Ill., High school star is
a fine performer in the hurdles and
can also high jump and shot put.
Sweeney looks like the best candi-
date for the distances, while Patter-
son, Powers and Suttner are trying
out for the pole vault.
A curious coincidence is the fact
that the four members of the varsity
backfield last fall are all running the
quarter mile. They are Barry, Miller,
Lockard,. and Bahan. Holton and
Philbin are training for the weight
events.
MITCHELL AIMS AT GOOD FIVE
FOR 1918-19 BASKETBALL YEAR
Coach Mitchell, in commenting on
Michigan's defeats by the strong Con-
ference teams, said that by scheduling
games like that of last Wednesday, the
Wolverine record would look much
better, but that the team would lose
a lot of valuable experience.
The squad has shown improvement
with every game, and with this sea-
ns experence ,behind them,1 the
Michigan basketeers will be. on the
par with any team in the Conference
next year.
Incidently, the coach remarked that
basketball as played in the west,
especially in the Western Conference,
was a more scientific and versatile
game than that played in the east
where the man to man type of play is
used.
New South Wales Will Supply Coal
Sydney, Australia, Feb. 15-The
government of New South'Wales has
agreed. to supply the states of Victor-
ia, South Australia and West Australia
with all the coal they need for a period
of five years.

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Coal for State Totals 1,200 Cars Daily
Lansing, Feb. 15.-State fuel head-
quarters has received word that con-
gestion in Ohio has practically been
cleared away and that the coal is com-
ing through nicely. Since the issu-
ance of the priority order for Mich-
igan, coal has been coming into this
state at the rate of 1,200 cars a day.
Canadian Women Granted Franchise
Ottawa, Feb. 15.-The extension of
the franchise to Canadian women was
announced by the government, today
as part of its established policy. - It
was. stated that woman suffrage'would
be an established fact in Canada before
anoher election is held.

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A RTISTS
(Arranged Alphabetically)

PAUL ALTHOUSE
A prominent tenor of the Metropolitan Opera Company will make his Ann
Arbor debut' in the. "Beatitudes", Thursday evening
JOSEPH BONNET
The distinguished French organist, recognized as Guilmant's successor, will be
heard at the Saturday afternoon concert
GIUSEPPE DELUCA
The renowned baritone will sing the "Toreador" role, in "Carmen", Saturday
evening, a part in which he is famous at the Metropolitan Opera House
RUDOLPH GANZ
Eminent Swiss pianist, "The Idol of the East", will appear in the Friday
afternoon program
GIOVANNI MARTINELLI
Tenor of the Metropolitan Opera Company and a Festival favorite, will take
his favorite role, that of "Don Jose" in "Carmen", Saturday evening
MARGARETE MATZENAUER
Another favorite, will appear in the title-role of "Carmen", Saturday evening,
one of her leading Metropolitan Opera roles,
ARTHUR MIDDLETON
Baritone, has distinguished himself in both the Chicago and Metropolitan
Opera Companies. He will appear in the "Beatitudes", Thursday
evening, and in "Carmen", Saturday evening

CLAUDIA MUZIO
Prima donna soprano of the Metropolitan Opera Company, and recognized
as one of the most beautiful of opera singers, will be the soloist
at the artist concert Friday evening
MYRNA SHARLOW
Who appears as Micaela to Mary Garden's Carmen with the Chicago
Opera Company, will take this role Saturday evening
RICCARDO STRACCIARI
Eminent Italian Baritone, "The Amato of the Chicago Opera Company",
whose recent appearances have startled the musical world, will make his Ann
Arbor debut at the first concert, Wednesday evening, in several of his favorite
operatic airs
OTHER SOLOISTS TO BE ANNOUNCED
The University Choral Union
Three Hundred Singers
A Children's Chorus
Four Hundred Singers
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Seventy Players
Albert A. Stanley and Frederick Stock
Conductors
"Beatitudes"-" Carmen"- "Into the World"
(Children)-Choral Works

IL ORDERS FOR TICKETS NOW RECEIVED AT UNIVERSITY SCHOCL OF MUSIC-$6.50, $5.50, $4.50
"COVER-COUPON" IS RETURNED)

($3.50, $2.50, $1.00 EACH IF PRE-FESTIV

nt, now ready -for distribution, containing schedule of ticket sales, call or address, University School of Music, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
The complete Festival Announcements will be ready for distribution about April 1.

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