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March 21, 1918 - Image 3

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signed articles. He came to a decis-
ion Tuesday and Manager Mitchell got
his signature on a contract immedi-
INTO a'tely.
The big pitcher has been this
spring's most famous holdout. He de-
sired more money than Preisdent
Lugen- Weegham of the Cubs, was willing to
base- pay and although he has accompani-

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Summer Session To Have Food Course
A one hour course in food and food
values, corresponding to Military Food s
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sion, it has been announced by Dean y
E. H. Kraus. The course will be given
as a war measure, and may be elected
by women in addition to the regular
eight hours which has been the maxi- U

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ed the Cubs to their training camp mum number in the past, thus putting t
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tnd
and

Langenhan, who has been out for
,ewis, the past two days with bad teeth,
Fohn- wrote a letter to Lundgren telling him
neso- he would be back in the cage by the
'ump, end of the week. Nothing has been
tern; beard from Adams who was called
rbes, home last week end, but -it is expected
aydk, that the star infielder will be work-
ing out as usual in a short time.
Cox, The past two days of warm weather
little, have worked hardships on the dia-
lden, mond aspirants in the cage and all
nsin; are longing for the ground on Ferry
nelly, Field to get into condition so that
igan; practice can be held outdoors. Those
on the squad who are still over weight
ago; pave been getting into condition rap-
iams, idly during these hot days and every-
asin; thing points toward a bunch of thin
John- ball players soon.
euch- Practically Last Cut Made
Lundgren kept the men going
Ed- through the same paces yesterday
aker, afternoon, working a few of them in
Linn, the batting cage and knocking hot
sley, grounders to the rest. Practically the
last of the absolutely hopeless hava
ross- been cut from the squad and everyone
[aus- wearing a glove in the gym now is
ison, handling the ball in fine shape.
con- I Saunders ahd Goldsmith have wecn
gan; complaining of kinks in their pitching
arms butthe rest of the hurlers seem
to be in good condition for this stage
of' the season. Ruzicka and Glen
PENT have been burning them over since
,Monday and have been hooking a few
still past the workouts. Lundgren has or-
a be dered the pitchers to throw anything
n. they want to in the cage and the bat-
ling- ters have been looking over a fine as-
'ably sortment of fast ones and curves.
o be. To Get Outside Soon
iders Lundgren will make no predictions
1 the as to the way he will line up his men
when they first strike solid ground.
d to Many of the men who have signed up
and for various positions are liable to be
city shifted when they get- on Ferry Field
Toie and the men out are not sure just
and where they will end up when the sea-
ilton son is officially opened.
ment .Ground keeper, Thomas reports that
the frost is not yet out of the ground
at Ferry Field but that the sun is rap-
irge idly putting things to rights and if
s ar- the weather keeps up its spring-like
for- tendencies, the balls and bats ought
Doty to be moved to the diamond within a

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risk Is Only Women Picked By All
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Tean
Picking an All-campus women's
asketball team seems to be
ist about as difficult a proposition as
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ascertaining why elephants don't
roost on rosebuds, or maintaing the
proper poise and dignity when the ser-
geant yells "Right about face!" and
you find yourself surrounded by the
R. 0. T. C. youths.
° Beulah Smith, '18, women's basket-
ball manager, would make the follow-
ing choice: Forwards-Neva Nelson,
'21, Louise Irish, '18; centers, Doris
McDonald, '19, Catherine Macnaugh-
ton, '18; guards, Etlel Glauz, '19, Jes-
sie Craig, '21.
Catherine Macnaughton, captain of
the 1918 team designates: Forwards,
Clarrisa Vyn, '18, Louise Irish, '18;
centers, Beulah Smith., '18,I Edith Ap-
fel, '21; guards, Virginia Cavendish,
'18, Jessie Craig, '21.
The junior captain, Jane DuemlinA,
chooses: Forwards, Clarissa Vyn, '19,
Louise Irish, '18; centers, Beulah
Smith, '18, Phyllis Egglestone, '19;
guards, Ethel Glauz, , Virginia
Cavendish, '18,
Lucy Huffman, captain, of the 1920
team: Forwards-Clarrisa Vyn, '18,
Louise Irish, '18; centers, Doris Mc-
Donald, '19, Catherine Macnaughton,
'18; guards, Virginia Cavendish, '18,
Phyllis Wiley, '21.
Phyllis Wiley, the freshman captain,
chooses: Forwards- Clarrisa Vyn,
'18, Louise Irish, '18; centers, Doris
McDonald, '19, Catherine Ma cnaugh-
ton, '18; guards, Ethel Glauz, '19,
Jessie Craig, '21.
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