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TEAM
11 DAME

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on the work of the
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in the low and high
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events following close
els every time. He
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and the two men are
these contests hard
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Army Teams Play
For Basket Title
When the whistle blows for the start
of the company championship basket-
ball game tonight, there will be no
lack of keen rivalry, for regimental
' as well as company interests are at
stake. The First regiment is repre-
,sented by the company A quintet,
while company C, of the Second regi-
ment will uphold the honor of that
regiment. The contest will be called
at 7 o'clock and will be a preliminary
to the Varsity tilt with Ohio State.
Both teams have played through al
hard schedule, and there is little
doubt but that they are the cream
of the cadet basket tossers. Karpus
of the company C aggregation is the.I
star performer of the All-fresh and
is likely to cause the company A
guards much trouble. His shooting
is phenominal and, if his team mates
can feed the ball to him, is sure to
make several scores. Bumpus, his
running crate, is another capable for-
ward. Spalding plays an admirable
game at running guard, while Boviard,
center, and Brown, guard, complete
this well-balanced team.
The company A adherents pin their
faith on the following men: Barring-
er, the tall center, Moore and Bowers,
forwards, and Kennedy and Pheney,
guards. This quintet has shown fine
work throughout the season and has
at least an even chance of carrying
off the bacon. Their passing and
shooting are excellent and the com-
pany C men will have to guard close-.
ly to keep them from scoring fre-
quently.
The officials are: Adrian, referee;
Reider, umpire.
MICHIGAN CADTS GETR
THOROUGH ATHLETIC WORK.
IN ADVANCE OF TUAINING GIVEN
AT CAMPS THROUGHOUT
COUNTRY

STICK PRACTICE WILL
BE ON PROGRA1M MONDAY,
WORKOUT WILL RI HELD THIS
AFTERNOON ACCORDING
TO CUSTOM
Batting practice for Michigan's dia-
mond aspirants is on the program for
Monday afternoon, according to Coach
Lundgren.
The pitchers, who have worked out
now for three weeks, are in fair shape
and are ready to take their own in
the box, In the cage and they A'ill be
hard at it, flinging them across the
pan to the batters the first of next
week.
f First Cut to Be Made
The first cut which the Michigan
coach has promised for a recent date
will probably come right after the
first day or so of batting practice. Al-
though there are not many candidates
out for infield and outfield positions,
there are some who can be lopped off
at once unless they are swatters of
exceptional skill, and these will doubt-
less be cut in a short time.
Coach Lundgren said yesterday aft-
ernoon that his pitchers were not
bothering him as much as were some
of the other players. In addition to
Glenn, Ruzicka, and Saunders, of Var-
sity experience, there are a half doz-
en others who have been showing
real stuff in the cage and they are li-
able to break into print this season,
Parsons, Scheidler, Goldsmith, and
Westcott have pleased the coach by
their form.
Gariepy Leaves
Fred Gariepy, for two years a mem-
ber of the baseball reserves, leaves
with the naval auxiliary unit this
month. Gariepy, a south paw, has
been working ever since his freshman
year to break into the Varsity line-up
and seemed well on the road to suc-
cess. His loss takes the only left
hander on the squad.
There are many candidates who still
are on the absent list. Yesterday aft-
ernoon several catchers and a few in-
fielders failed to appear. Morrison,
catcher, is out of town and will not
be back until next week. Some of the
others who have been failing to put in
an appearance are due to be cut from
the squad, according to Lundgren's
warning.
Practice will contiune this after-
noon from 1 to 3 o'clock.
SENIOR WOMEN TAKE BASKET
GAME BY CONSISTENT PLAY
Consistent team work gave the sec-
ond game of the women's inter-class
basketball series to the seniors by a
.margin of 30 points. By fast playing
the senior women piled up 45 points
against the juniors' 15. Ethel Glauz
and Phyllis Egglestone starred for the
juniors.
This game puts the seniors in the
basketball cup which as awarded the
winner of the finals. A consolatioii
game will be played by the juniors and
sophomores some time next week.
The line-up for yesterday after-
bnoon's game was:

Victor Records for

Seniors-Clarissa Vyn, Rf.; Louise
Irish, Lf.; Beulah Smith, Jc.; Cather-
ine MacNaughton, Se.; Marie Macau-
ley, Rg.; Virginia Cavendish, Lg.
Juniors-Ja: ( Duemling, Rf.; Dor-
othy Sample, Lf.; Ethel Glauz, Jc.;
Phyllis Egglestone, Sc.; Elizabeth Mc-
Cormick, Rg.; Lucile Duff, Lg.
Free Exhibition of Raemaeker's
Great War Cartoons, daily at James
Poster's House of Art.-Adv.

Now on sale at

Cosmopolitan club
be held at 7:15 o'clock
Michigan Union. Fol
tiations, the club will
Congregational church
ception and entertaini
arranged.

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ir first, making a height of five
en and a half inches, which is
than any Notre Dame jumper
tcceeded in doing in the meets
ear.
eole Vault Will Be Close
s and Rademacher of the Cath-
ought to compete in a pretty
for first honors in the pole
The two men were tied'for sec-
lace at the relay carnival and
y to see who is the better vault-
his evening's meet.
ctly after the meet the men who
>een point winners will elect a
n to pilot the team through the
eason. Donnelly seems to be
>st likely choice as he is a sen-
d the only "M" man on the
Red is popular with the men
ould make a good leader.
team will leave at 8:50 central
his morning and will arrive in
Bend late this afternoon. They
main at Notre Dame over night
turn to Ann Arbor Sunday aft-
our bed comfortable,. if not let
vide you with a good Spring
ice soft Cotton Felt Mattress.
Haller, Furniture, Rugs, Car-
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"Athletic and gymnasium york, in
connection with military training giv-
en in the University, is equal to the
work meted out by other universities,"
said Dr. George A. May, director of
Waterman gymnasium yesterday aft-
ernoon. "Michigan's athletic prowess
is even superior to other universities."'
A comparison of newspaper clip-
pings, collected from the newspapers
throughout the country, dealing with,
military athletics in the different uni-
versities prove beyond a doubt that
Michigan has been giving its men
more advanced training that the sold-
eirs in the different cantonment camps
have thus far received.
Superior to Chicago
"The. soldiers at Camp Grant and
the sailors at the Great Lakes train-
ing station are still receiving setting'
up exercises," continued Dr. May.
"The men in the R. O. T. C. have had
setting up exercises for many months,
and they have also been given a
chance to prove their ability in dif-
ferent athletic contests, such as, tug-
of-war, chinning, dipping, relay rac-
ing, and a host of others.
"I doubt whether there is a univer-
sity in this country that can show
shuch a large number of entries in
track events as Michigan. The re-
sponse has been great, and when the
weather permits outside work, a furth,
er extensive plan will be drawn up.
Will Have Hand Grenades
"Hand grenades, similar to those
used in the cantonment camps, will be
ordered by the University before the
end of the week. Active practice in
hand grenade throwing will com-
mence at the first appearance of fav-
orable weather."
The University of Pennsylvania, un-
der the direction of Major R. Tait Mc-
Kenzie, has just inaugurated a sys-
tem of combining athletic and gym-
nastic training with the actual milit-
ary drills. The main features of the
gymnasium work consists of wrestl-
ing, boxing, and other forms of gym-
nastics.
Michigan has given its men all
these features for many months, and
under the direction of Dr. May, the R.
0. T. C. men will be given more ex-
tensive work, which will probably in-
chide indoor and outdoor exercises.
The training thus far dealt out to the
cadets has been in advance of similar
training adopted by other large uni-
versities.

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Basketball Feature of League Party
Over 200 University women attend-
ed the party given by the Women's
league yesterday afternoon at Bar-
bour gymnasium. After the basketball

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