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March 24, 1918 - Image 3

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e over the annals of
etic career fills one
we read over the un-
ngs our husky grid-
and out back in the
'02, then turn to the
es George Sisler and
wont' to reap at the
r opponents, we sit
chair, and say, "Well,1
had some wonderful
I as any of them."
we understand why
ad them instead of
her schools? Naw-
e freshmen then -
tood-just happened.
dn't understand.
e-ve been hanging
aple of years, attend-
ally - when there's
'ver at the gym or
field, we know why
o good for the Con-
y Syracuse was sent
e with one of those
feats to remember us

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Five spirited matches constituted
yesterday afternoon's program in the
All-campus wrestling tournament.
Two more were scheduled, but were
postponed until next Wednesday.
The single lightweight contest of the
afternoon resulted in a victory for J..
C. McClure, company I, First regiment,
over R. L. Stuart, '21. The match was
nip and tuck throughout and decision
was not reached until 11 minutes had
elapsed. The fall was secured with a
half nelson.
- In a middleweight match R. H. 1
Jones, company A, Second regiment,
conquered W. Schmidt, '21E, in com-
paratively easy fashion after two mit-R
utes and 45 seconds, with a half nel-
son. In another contest of this class
J. E. Whitlow, '21M, defeated A. D.
Scholl, company I, Second regiment,;
in three minutes and five seconds. A
scissors hold secured the fall.
There were two welterweight match-
es, one of which was very evenly
fought, while the other was rather
one-sided. J. E. Whitlow, '21M, had
little trouble in disposing of W., J.
Davies, '19, in two minutes and 15
seconds. He turned thetrick by
means of a body scis ors. On the
other hand M. H. Ayers, company I,
Second regiment, and F. C. Carl, Head-
quarters company, were so evenly
matched that no fall was secured.
However, the decision favored the
former at the end of 10 minutes.
Quite a large crowd turned out to
witness the matches and cheer their
favorites on. The semi-finals will be
held next Wednesday afternoon, at
which time about a half dozen con-
tests will take place.
When the Women
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was played,
matter how
ull" Dunne

e old "scrap" elected "Al"
in of the past season's
team, and brought him
an All-conference quintet.
a "whiz" of a 'shot, and
,s fast as some of the Wol-
t he was always in the
rs fighting-and he was a
mention them by the doz-
rho won fame for Mich-
)ing ito the game with
give-up" spirit. And that's
ichigan was too good for
ace, and it was this that
a victory over Syracuse
he score 12 to nothing, we
of those famous come-
g the game by a margin

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March 21.-Har-
n two boat, races
ed simultaneous
the Housatonic
ties have agreed
econd crew this
by the Harvard
o races will take
ar Yale-Harvard
e Thames river.
ver two miles
an race between
annually on the
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The wimmin, rough things, are go-
ing to play inter-sorority baseball
games. We can just see them apply-
ing their little Dorine through their
masks, and spitting on their cute kid
gloves. It is rumored that there is
some conflict as both the Delta Beta
Pis and the Chi Pi Phis want to wear
the same kind of green and pink
striped wool socks, which of course,
would make them all look alike from
our point of view.
We can imagine them blotting their
dripping brows with their creepy de
chiny hankies and sipping strong
Orange Pekoe between innings. Even
now we have a vision of Annabelle
Dirty Neck as she swaggers up to bat,
arranges her spit curles, gives her
wrist watch to the base umpire, and
dusts off the plate with her new East-
er creation. It is supposed that a
great crowd will attend the opening
,.game which comes off some time next
week. We are applying for the posi-
tion of umpire-farewell.


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to Lead Hoosier Basketeers
Jngton, Ind., March 23.-Ard-
ips, a sophomore, will captain
etball team of. Indiana pniver-
next season. Captain Phil-
) played guard last year, lives
Ind. Seven members of this
quad were recommended for
.11 letters and of the seven,
, Captain Bowser, will be in-
to play next season.
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Jackles Will Play Six Games
Great Lakes, Ill., March 23.-Six
games have been carded for the Great
Lakes naval training station football
eleven next fall. Dr. John Kaufman,
athletic director at the station, ex-
pects to arrange at least two or three
, more contests.
The navy will play the Camp Grant
squad in a big army-navy affair in
Chicago on Thanksgiving Day. "Pad-
dy" Driscoll, a former Northwestern
university star, will be a member of
the Great Lakes squad if in the mean-
time he is not sent to sea.
The schedule follows:
Sept. 26.-Iowa at Iowa City.
Oct. 12.-Illinois at Urbana.
Oct. 26.-Western State Normal at
Kalamazoo, Mich.:
Nov. 9.-Notre Dame at Notre Dame.
Nov. 16.-Camp Dodge at Des Moines
Nov. 28.--Camp Grant at Chicago.


Dr. George A. May will give the fol-
lowing athletic and gymnastic con-
tests at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow after-

First regiment-Companies A and
Results for the physical examina- B, cross-country run, wrestling; com-
tions for the United States reserve panies C and D, two-mile run on out-
'door track, horizontal bars, rope
force, taken by 22 students Friday climbing sprinting.
morning in Detroit, will not be known
until Monday, state'd Charles F. Lam-
More than 250 cadets marched to
bert, '19, last night. Approximately the forestry farm at 1:15 o'clock yes-
20 new men will probably leave the first
part of next week for Detroit to take terday afternoon. The men formed
the physical examinations. in four companies in front of Bar-

ner in charge of th
vance guards and
followed by the tN
sent around the lak
"About an equa
oners were capture
stated an official
last night.
Stanley J. Pinel,
Stanley J. Pinel,
cently found to hav
checks on Ann Art
been suspended un
by the faculty of tl
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There will be no
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Four men of each company of the
second battalions in the First and
Second regiments will be given pre-
liminary training in gallery range
practice on Monday or Tuesday after-


bour gymnasium. Lieut. George C.
Mullen acted as major for the tem-
porary battalion. A large number of
faculty men were also present.
The cadets were divided into the
Red and Blue armies at the farm,
with Professors Lockwood and Wag-
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