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PITCHERS NOT PERMITTED
SPEED UP FOR WEEK
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Coach Lundgren had the battery
candidatesy arming up yesterday aft-.
ernoon. Thus far the boys are only
permitted to work out the kinks but
after several more days of prac-
tice when the cage is lowered the
speed artists will be ready to deliver
the fast ones.
After this session the coach gave
his men a short drill in stopping
some hot grounders and but a few
escaped the glove of the candidates.
Several of the men trying out for
the infield and outfield positions kept
the pill going back and forth and
then as a wind developer Coach
Lundgren had them do the routine
work of flinging the basketball at the
basket. As yet Coach Lundgren has
not issued a call for the candidates
for the infield and outfield positions
and it is not likely that he will do
so until the battery men are advanced
far enough to practice among them-
selves.
Varsity practice will be held today
at 1 to 3 o'clock as usual and the
coach urges any one with ability in
pitching or catching to come out and
limber up the kinks in the "fi '01
wing."
.asketball Year
A pproaches Close

Co.

MILITARY NEWS
Shoe coupons will be checked by the
officials of the R. . T. C. today, and
a list, containing the numbers on the
couponsabelonging to the cadets who
have failed to call for their shoes,
will be posted. "Unless the cadets
present the coupons, which are so
listed,these particular shoes will not
be held for any definite length of
time," states the announcement issued
last night from the military office.
"The shoes will be issued to other
cadets who have enrolled this semest-
er, while the cadets who have lost
their coupons, will have to wait until
another assortment of shoes can be
ordered from the manufacturer."
Cadets who have not as yet received
their uniforms, and whose names
have been posted on the bulletin
boards, must call for the suits immed-
lately at Henry and company on North
University avenue.
All acting first sergeants- will meet
at 3:45 o'clock this afternoon in the
office of the commandant in Waterman
gymnasium.
R. 0. T. C. uniforms must be worn
by the students who have been given
the suits at the drills. Permission
has been granted to let the cadets
wear the uniforms to their classes.
Members of company E, First regi-
ment, which is composed of cadets
who enrolled this semester, are under-
going extensive drill training. They
will be promoted to the same rank as
the other companies when their drills
prove satisfactory.
Company basketball teams who lost
in the first round last week will play
at 8 o'clock tonight in.Waterman gym-
nasium. Company B, First regiment,
plays comipany M, Second regiment,
court 4; company M, First regiment,
drew the forfeit game and .will not
appear tonight..
The physical and gymnastio pro-
gram under Dr. George A. May at 4:15
o'clock this afternoon will be as fo-
lows;
Seond regiment: Company A, tug-
of-war, parallel bar, horse, sprinting;
company B, sprinting, horse, parallel
bar, tug-of-war; company C, relay
racing, wrestling; company D, wrestl-
ing, relay racing.
Dr. Floyd R. Town, formerly as-
sistant of internal medicine, first lieu-
tenant in the medical reserve corps,
left Friday for Camp Jackson, Colum-
bia, S. C., where he has been assign-
ed to duty in the base hospital.
Lieut. Arthur H. Lee, ex-'17L, was
recently married to Miss Inez Gose,
,17, at the. Blackstone hotel, Chicago.
Lieutenant Lee was a member of the
Psi Upsilon fraternity. The brie was
a member of the Chi Omega soror
ity.
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" " Big Ten TiltBefore End
Comes
hering a With the close of the baketball sea-
umer.- son only a short distance ahead, the
'oe. followers of the Michigan tossers are
hoping that the Wolverines will be,
Prudden able to win at least one Conference
a supply contest before the curtain falls..
avert a Coach Mitchell's men almost turned
ear. He the trick last Friday when theywere$
als take nosed out by Indiana by the narrow
selves of margin of one por t:
.rge that Chicago will be played here this
lay up a Friday, and as the Maroons are by
roximateno means the fastest of the (Confer
ants. ence aggregations it is to be hoped
that Michigan's opportunity will come
dity will in this game. The last game of the
pring to season will be that with OhIo State
e city's the following week, Ohio's record for
ested for the season is not an enviable one al-
ange its, though they started off with a rush,
'on river so that with two weeks practice
re farm ahead, the Wolverines ought to have a
it would chance of avenging the defeat suffer-
s for a ed earlier in the season.
that it Coach Mitchell sent the boys
e water through a short workout last night,;
the con- letting the Varsity men off rather'
.ch that easily in order to give them a short
it. The respite from their hard road trip of:
ant has tho week-end.

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pear as soloist with the University
mphony orchestra Thursday after-
on at 4 :15 o'clock in Hill auditor-
m. Mr. Samdel P. Lockwood will

Memorial Hall for the Rest
of This Week.

iw county. Professor usier act as conductor.
.e farm crops departient of The program will be as follows:
'ersity of Maine. "Midsummer Night's Dream"-
Overture, Op. 21 .....Mendelssohn.
Guards To Be Organized "A Dream" (Divertimento for
are being made for the or- clarinet and orchestra), Op.
n of home guards. All those 47 -.. . ."....... .. ."... ..Baermann
d in the project are requested Three Dances from "Nell
Charles Snyder of the Var- Gwyn"..........Edward German
idr -(I) Country dance; (2) Pastor-
al dance; (3) "Merrymaker's
dance."

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J. Engineers to--Elect President
Elections will be held to fill the va-
cancies'in the presidency and the Stu-
dent council representative at the'as-
sembly of the Junior engineers to be
held at 10 o'clock Thursday.
Nominations for-presidency are: C.
T. Van Dusen and D. M. Springer.
The vacancy on the Student coun-
cil was left by the resignation of;
Julius R. St. Clair.
Former Engineering Student in City
Hugh H. Thrall, '13E is registered'
at the Allenel.

Over one h'undred drawings from
the pencil of Joseph Pennell are on
view at Memorial Hall, anrd will con-
-inue to be shown for the rest of this
week.
The present exhibit has been at-
tracting considerable attention wher-
ever it has been shown. The subjects
chosen are all on the war and are
particularly interesting to men; In-
stead of representing scenes on the
battlefields, Pennell has chosen the
industrial side of the war, and his
drawings are of munitions factories,
shell making, pictures of induwrial
cities, and the like. -
Some of the drawings that are of
especial m'erit show, the building- of a
battleship, the submarine destroyers
nort, a locomotive overhead, in
which a modern plant is represented
with a huge locomotive on a rail above
the floor, a scene in a munition plant
'in which a thousand women are em-
ployed, the making of an aeroplane
propeller, the balloon shed, and oth-
ers.
Pennell is good in his light and dark
effects, and the drawings that show

this . quality the best are the ones
showing men working the blast fur-
naces. Another striking drawing is
one picturing London at night, with
huge searchlights searching the sky
for enemy aeroplanes. -
-Besides the drawings of Pennell,
the present exhibit is also showing a
few pictures by Albert Seaford. These
are also in pencil, and represent pic-
turesque scenes in the streets of Bos-
ton and other New England'towns.
Prof. I. L. Sharfman to Lecture Today
Prof. I. Leo Sharfman of the econ-
omics department, will.give the sec-
ond of a series of lectures on the
world war situation under the au-
spices of the Women's league and the
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