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March 15, 1918 - Image 3

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IE MICHIGAN DAILY

t

FIN.I

his first cut
fternoon aft-
the number
eral of these
or three pos-

s of the
will prob-
eductions
sible that
until the
ey will be
to prove

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Play Last Game
Both Teams Itaie Hopes of Winning
Numerals; Seniors Doped to
Take Contest
With today's championship game
between women's senior and fresh-
men basketball teams, the 1917-18
season for this branch of women's
athletics will close. Both teams are
already visualizing the effect of their
numerals on the basketball loving
cup. The intense rivalry of the two
teams is further strengthened by the
fact that the fourth year team longs
for the success which, to date, has
never been theirs, while the freshmen
naturally desire the distinction of be-
ing able to show the campus who's
who in women's basketball.
Four of the present members of the
senior team have helped 1918 swallow
defeat for the past three years-
ever since they were as full of con-
fidence and hope as is the present
freshman team. Of courae their for-
mer showing was merely due to hard
luck, and not to lack of ability or
Mat Artists -INeoin

growing decrepitude. From present
indications, however, cruel fate ap-
parently isn't, going to make an ap-
pearance, and women's senior bask-
etball team will go down in the an-

there are six
the first base
At a single one
initial sacker
third or first,
ly, Bowerman,
to be garden-
irs of the first

nals of the Women's athletic associa-I
tion as 1917-18 champions-that is, ifl
the freshmen are willing, but thereby i
hangs a tale. '
The line-up for the game which willI

start promptly at 4 o'clock, .is as fol Macaulay.
lows: Senior team--Forwards, Clar- Freshman team -Forts
issa Vyn, Louise Irish; centers, Beu- Nelson, Katrina Scherme
lah Smith, Catherine McNaughton; ters, Eugenia Wei 'y, E
guards, Virginia Cavendish, Marie guards, Phyllis Wiley, Jes

in the
Ydrop-

rrison, ous
Lund ousTomorrow
er and
tact.
time. Schedule for Entire Season to Be
Lebach, Made to Suit Participants; 25
-Gold- Men Entered

ol

t
A nnouncing
1/i New Sprin g Style
The new Spring Styles are her-a )vonderful array of ultra
smart styles, gorgeous assortment ,of fabrics* of colorings, of ex-
clusive patterns that sparkle- truly
a great demonstration of the resources
of our store and
The House of
Kuppenheimer
at the time when you could hardly 'ex-
pect such variety, such quality and such
values.
SWe invite you to look in our windows
if you wvould see the styles that reflect
the correct and advanced for 1918,
or better yet, come in and try on the
styles and examine the superiorities
of the garments themselt'es.
Suits and Topcoats $20 to $40
N.N F. ALLEN CO-.

idler, Twenty-five entries have been re-
>oper, ceived for the All-campus wrestling
teilly, tournament, which begins tomorrow.
nen- Because of the difficulty encountered
third in selecting times which will be sat-
anda, isfactory to all contestants, the sched-
lager, ule will be made up as the tourna-
-Reil- ment progresses. The first matches
ngen- will be run off Saturday afternoon.
'ergu- The participants and time of the
acher, match will be announced today.
At first it was thought that a feath-
erweight division might be establish-
ream ed, but as only one man signified his
-Har- intention of competing in this class, it
seball was not found feasible. The light-
have weight, middleweight, and welter-
rince- weight divisions have seven entrants
made each, while the heavyweight class
drew only four. Following is the list
of entries:
k. O. Lightweight division, under 135:
ate.- L. W. Butterfield, G. Burkinstein, W.
(Continued on Page Four)

Copyright 1918
TIhe Hlouse of 1l.upperahcinter

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Soprano
Opera

RICCARDO
STRACCIARA
Leading Baritone"
Chicago Opera
WEDNESDAY EVE.

MARGARETE
MATZENAUER
Metropolitan Opera
Contralto
WEDNESDAY and
SATURDAY EVES.

GIOVANNI
MARTINELLI
Metropolitan Opera
Tenor
SA TURI)AY EVE,.

MYRA T.
SHARLOW
Chicago Opera
Soprano;
MATURDAY EVE.

PAUL
ALTHOUSE

Metropolitan Opera
Tenor
THURSDAY AVE.

EMMA
ROBERTS

American
Contralto

GIUSEPPE
DE LUCA
Metropolitan Opera
Baritone
SATURDAY EVE.

THURSDAY EVE.

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FREDERICK

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P. M.
T~ EVE.

OR

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STOCK
Conductor

WEDNESDAYEV
FRIDAY P. I1.
FRIDAY EVE.

THE
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Ipublic Sale Block "B" Seats
Auditorium, Saturday

Hill

I SSUED BY THE
I UNITED STATES
OOVENMEN

CHORAL UNION

will sing

March 16,

8 A. M., Eastern Time

EVE.

and

CHICAGO
SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA

"CARMEN"
SATURDAY EVE.

$5.50 each

(If Pre-Festival Cover-Coupon is exchanged $2.50)

N'S CHORUS

sing

Michigan's Greatest Musical Event

4,

All Concerts
Except

EWORLD
Y P. M.

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LOIS 3.
JOHNSTON
Soprano
THURSDAY and

RUDOLPH
ANZ
Swiss Pianist
FRIDAY P. M.

ADA GRACE
JOHNSTON

JOSEPH
BONNET

NORA CRANE
HUNT

JAMES
HAMILTOW

Tenor

Soprano

French Organist.
SATURDAY P. I1.

Contralto

SATURDAY EVE.

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