e end of
into an early
e gun and man-
.1's men under
>art of the first
suaggeu two cuu-
and Weltner trav-
r for a lone basket
'hese markers with
Francis gave Ohio
ge at half time.
of the second half,
rted to mix things
o State basketeers.
se on the tip-off,
overcame the ad-
:ennedy, the giant
mbus team. Emery
ng together, snag-
s to put Michigan
the first and only
rith six minutes of
McClintock 2 in 6; Francis 6 in 10.
Fouls committed-Emery 2, Hewlett
1, McClintock 5, Rychener 1, Boyd 1;
Francis 2, Kennedy 2, Weltner 2,
Referee-Peckin paugh, Cleveland.
Johnson Real Star
Track Critic Expects Michigan Man
To Break Records
Martin Delaney, athletic director at
the C. A. A., and referee at the re-
cent track carnival at Urbana, said
that Johnson, Wolverine hurdler and
all-around ath'lete, was one of the
best athletes he had ever seen.
"Johnson is the best athlete I have
seen in years," Delaney said. "There
is nothing he cannot do and do well.
and if he is not worked too hard he
will score many points for Michigan
in ay kind of competition. This is
his first year of competition, and an-
der the valuable coaching of Steve
Farrell I look for him to establish
somegnew records before he leaves
"J9hnson had perfect form in the
hurdles, and I am sure he has the
strength and speed to leap the bar-
riers over long distances. He is a
good sprinter and a high jumper. He
can pole vault over eleven feet, broad
jump well over 22 feet, and can put
the shot over 41 feet. Farrell kept
him out of the all-around Saturday
night because of a slightly sprained
26 MEMBERS INITIATED
BY COSMOPOLITAN CLUB
Twenty-six neophytes have been in-
itiated into the Michigan chapter of
the International Association of Cos-
'mopolitan clubs, and will henceforth
carry the badge of the two hemis-
pheres. Following the initiations,
which were held last night at the
Union, the members adjourned to the
Congregational church where there
was a reception and program.
The initiates are: Prof. Herbert R.
Cross of the fine arts department, Mr.
Peter 0. Okkelberg of the zoology de-
partment, Mr. H. L. Meyer, A. M.
Strauss, '21D, P. J. Podolski, '20H, M.
J. Czaderski, '19, H. Ikabe, '20P, Y. C.
Chen, '18E, M. I. Silberblatt, '21, R. E.
Brown, '18M, P. A. Shinkman, '20, Lee
Bonar, .18, Saul Jaffee, Spec, M. J.
lVlorgen Stern, '19E, K. Tsiang, J. Ru-
binger, Grad., C. N. Charitonides, '21E,i
S. M. Feinberg, M. H. D. New, '20, P.
J. Klaphaak, '20, 1. Watanabe, Grad.,
W. S. Lim, '21, B. Sashida, '20, M.
Miura, '19, K. Horiuchi, '21E, and H.
K. Grunwaldt, '20E.'
Cleveland Gets $500,0,000 Terminal
Cleveland, O., March 9.-With the
opening of the freight station of the
New York Central lines in the near
future, Cleveland will have what rail-
road and traffic men proclaim to be
one of the largest city freight termin-
.als in the world. Under construction
for five years and involving an expen-
diture of approximately $5,000,000, the'
terminal comprises two freight houses,
built of structural steel and reinforced
concrete and containing ten acres of
floor space. Between the houses are
eight tracks with a capacity for 224
cars. One of the houses will be used
for inbound freight and the other for
There is always an opportunity to
Increase your business through Daily
advertising. Try it.-Adv.
WINS CADET MEET
Victors Make 32 1-2 Points With Com-
pany C, Second Regiment Trail.
ing With 24 Points
BARRINGER AND PENTECOST ARE
LEADING SCORERS IN MEET
Relay Won by C Company in Fast
Time of One Minute and 39 4-5
Headquarters demonstrated their
superiority in track athletics by win-
ning the company track meet yester-
day afternoon with 32 1-2 points. Sec-
ond honors went to C, of the Second
with 24 points, and company A, First
regiment, came in third by scoring
The winners scored three firsts, two
seconds, and several thirds, fourths,
'and fifths, thus showing that it was
not a few individual stars but rather
several good performers that brought
the victory to the Headquarters team.
Had company C qualified as many men
as did the victors they might have
turned the tables. As it was they won
the relay from Headquarters in the
remarkably fast time of one ' minute,
39 4-5 seconds. Keidanz, star of last
week's meet, was the deciding factor
in this race, and if he had been in
condition to run the 440, he would
probably have-won that event too.
However, even this would not have
won the meet for his company.
Excellent records were made in the
50-yard dash, the 440, and the shot.
In the dash Keidanz won the final heat
in 5.3-5 seconds, one-fifth better than
the marks in any of the heats. The
440 was won by Burkholder, Head-
quarters, in 55 3-5, and Williams, C
of the Second, put the shot 40 feet
Barringer of A, First regiment, took
the individual honors. A first in the
high jump, and seconds in the shot
put and hurdles netted him 13 points.
Pentecost, M of the Second, captured
a second and two thirds, totaling 10
points. Pate of Headquarters made 7.
The meet was a success from every
standpoint and much credit is due Dr.
May for the manner in which he plan-
ned it and ran it off. The amount of
interest in the meet was very encour-
aging and it appears as if company
athletics had come to stay.
Final score: Headquarters 32 1-2;
C, 2nd 24; A, 1st 14 1-2; M, 1st 10 1-2;
M, 2nd 10; D, 2nd 8 1-2; C, 1st 4; I,
2nd 4; L, 1st 3; D, 1st 2 1-3; L, 1st
2 1-2; B, 2nd 1.
50-yard dash. Semi-final heats.
First heat, Keidanz (C, 2nd), first;
Pate (Hdq.), second; Lamont (A,
(Continued on page 4.)
We want young men for trav-
eling salesmen during the sum-
mer months, especially men who
can travel for three or more
consecutive summers. We pay
a straight salary with traveling
expenses, bonus and commis-
sions. Address: Sales Manager,
W. H. 1111 Company, 56 Selden
i A *e., Detrot.
Company C, of the Second regiment,
defeated the team from company A,
of the First regiment, 23 to 22, in a
nip and tuck basketball game played
as a preliminary to the Michigan-Ohio
State game in Waterman gymnasium
Bumpus, with five field baskets,
starred for the winners, while Bow-
,ers kept his team in the running by
snagging four counters. Company A
led at the end of the first half but the
winners came back strong and fought
things through to the end.
COMPANY C OF SECOND WINS
MILITARY BASKETBALL TITLE
Company A 22 Company C 23
Bowers ........ L.F......... Karpus
Barringer..... . .-C....,......Bovaird
Pheney ......... LF........Brown
Baskets from field -- Bowers 4,
Moore 2, Barringer 2, Pheney 2; Kar-
pus 2, Bumpus 5, Brown 1, Spaulding
Baskets from fouls- Kennedy 2,
Will Address Plymouth Round Table
Dr. Thomas M. Iden of the Ann Ar-
bor Bible Chair house will address
Plymouth Round Table of the Con-
Michigan Opera, 1918
will be here all day
Tuesday, March 12, 1918
Phone for appointment
707 N. . ve. Phone 2&
MISS E. M. CRXN
Wednesday Evening, March 13th
gregational church at 6:30 o
night on the subject, "Why 3
to Pray." Miss Frances I
the School of Music will s
students are invited.
I MRS. STODDARD
Sheet Music 25z
MlIrs. flu. l1). iRoot
601 East William Street
f judgment on
officials and a
e attack, Ohio
he lead, which
un but fast as
uld slip in a
.... ...... t
Leam This Season
gan team that took the
ht appeared to. be an en-
nt team from any that
blue in Waterman gym-
year. For the first time
iana game also, it seem-
Mitchell's men were go-
Conference game and the
ked the bleachers fought
ntet throughout. It was
ice the home crowd has
ig Hewlett and Emery
ther in style and the
e two boys brought the
heir feet time and again.
seemed to lack the team
aracterized the work of
1team. The Buckeyes
Lefense superior in many
of Michigan's, and Ken-
er, was able to start the
se every time by getting
McClintock. But Emery
Rychener with Boyd
the ball, formed as fast
aggregation as has been
season. Several fumbles
ks in luck on many shots
erines a bunch of points.
uperior in Shooting
eyes were superior to
n in shooting and held
ni body checking. They
id upon short passes to
down the floor and there
ibbles made during the
State played one man
asket most of the time
Hy fed him the ball by
°t shots. Michigan work-
z in the attack.
by a larger score than
on Michigan, while the
collected more points
ye in any previous Con-
of broken sizes and discontinued lines of
men' s and Ladies'Shoes
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AND WOMEN OF ALL
should be ordered early to allow ample time
for shipment before Swing-Out.
Caps, gowns and hoods for bachelors, mast-
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Correct styles and sizes are guaranteed.
Apply at the Drapery Section.
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y try them on.
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