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eat Expense and Lack of Facilities
for Taking Care of Visitors
Given as Reason
ichiganN will not hold the annual
erscholasticbasketball tournament,
track meet this year, because of
amount of expense necessary in
ting the officials for the events and
keeping the young athletes in Ann
,ast year the cost of the basketball
rinament was $700 while the
ck meet of 1916 put the Athletic as-
lation to an expense of $600. This
r an additional outlay of money
uld be necessary owing to the in-
lity ofthe fraternities to board the
erent teams. Under the circum-
nces the total costs of the inter-
olastics would be too much of a
den on the Athletic association.
Both Chicago and Illinois have
continued these events along with
higan. Indiana and Iowa are only
ools holding state meets, and they
w only teams within the state to
and grenade throwing will be in-
duced into Conference track and
d meets this year according to the
ns of the Big Ten officials made
a meetinigin Chicago last Satur-

Today, the first inter--sorority base-
ball game is played! The Alpha Ph is.
and the Delta Gamm as wrill meet at

g o cloc. in- LL1 afLtrnoon tLUobat away the D. . 's or because they aren't go- the whole story comes the
a couple of hours of their young lives ing to have any batteries. It is hoped tip. (There is one young
behind the tall boaird fence across 'that the weather will be nice and prof., who if You kid hard
from Barbour gymnasium. Both teams ;warm so that the girls won't have to long enough will take you
insist upon veiling the identity of play in their fur coats and galoshes of the chemistry buildinga
their batteries in mystery. It is not' and so that the spectators won't eJutfn)
known whether this_ is done becauseo freeze to the knot-holes.
Sisler is going to play, in cog. for And now, along toward the end of Use- the Daily classified


Just how this new event will be
-get competed for has not been decided up-
ping on by the committee on rules. It is
low- thought likely, however, that throws
for distance, accuracy, and speed In
wans getting the missiles off, will be in-
was cluded in -the scoring of the event.
the ' Wolverine athletes will ge thei'r
first try at grenade throwing next
or-Monday when Coach Farrell leads his
tbe proteges down to Ferry Field for the
first real outdoor practice of the year.



sportiest thing that
this page in a long,
s account of the wim-
a exhibition in Bar-
rday afternoon. We
It like schoolmasters,
n, to sit on the front
Nith, there were a lot
nd they looked just
t some had on all-
ome the three quart-
some the just a half
one of both of two
thing we heard was
he darning of a lot of
knew they were get-
sewed up before the
Then they came up
an around the - gym.
Iressed and were all
they sat down and
er scad of them got
the floor twice, and
circles and broke
at was a dance. Then
work, you know the

Grenades have been receiv,,d from the
War Department and Steve expects to
soon have several men proficient
enough in hurling the bombs to cop a
'few points for him in coming contests.
The tracksters are not working
very hard this week and are taking
{it easy after a strenuous indoor sea-
'son. Starting with next week, how-
ever, Steve will hand out hard prac-
tice sessions in order to get the team
into condition for the Drake relays,
April 20.
Officials in charge of the meet have
added a special 100 yard dash event
to the program, and entries are ex-
?pected from such fast sprinters as
Drew of Drake, Hoyt of Grinnell, But-
fler the Negro star of Dubuque col-
lege, and Johnson of Michigan.
It. is probable that the relays this
year will attract a larger field than
that of 1917 when many of the col-
leges and universities called off all
athletics. Most of these schools have
reconsidered their action and are now
planning on sending teams to Des
Sophomores Wint
Gymnwasium leet
The sophomore class won the girls'
gymnastic meet held before the Michi-
gan State Schoolmasters' club at 4
o'clock yesterday afternoon in Bar-


Copyright, 1918
The House of






AT REST"- very
er than the next
e the most interest-
part-the -apparat-
e human eel went
>w ladders, and
lew over the box,
Lngod over the bar
rared over the rope
ne upstairs start-
dropping her yarn
basket and, well,
we have -to say-if
hariot can bring us
s, May 1, hath no

bour gymnasium. Their opponents,
the freshman class, made 47 points,
against the 54.4 points which the
second-year classmen totalled.
A loving-cup will be given to the
class making the highest record in
both the demonstration and the indoor
meet which will be held April 3.
About 400 people attended the dem-
anstration yesterday. The military
marching class, which was directed by
Harold E. Storz, '19, received the
greatest applause of the day. The
drillers went through their military
movements without a flaw.
The light, graceful dance, Winter,
given by the dancing class was one of
the most difficult dances which is at-
tempted in aesthetic dancing, and it
was greeted withnmuch applause. Sev-
eral other drills, the apparatus work,
and the odd-even games were other
features of the program.
At the end of the demonstration a
basketball game was played between
picked teams from the classes of 1918-
20 and 1919-21. The game ended with
a score of 10 to 1, in favor of the fresh-
men and juniors.

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