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E PRELIMINARIES FOR
First drawings for the women's
tennis tournament are posted in lar-
bour gymnasium. The first elimination
series of the tournament must be
played before Wednesday.
Following is a list of the prelimin-
ary matches. Seniors: Margaret
Yale vs. Ruth Mac Laughlin, Pauline
Cohen vs- Louis Irish, F. Braene vs.
Marion Holden. Juniors: Kathryn
Johnson vs. Ethel Glanz, Margaret
Atkinson vs. Theresa Bennett, D. G.
Newell vs. Phyllis Eggleston. Sopho-
mores: Alice Leonard vs. Marion
Ames, Lucy Hoffman vs. Hertha Raid
Anne Kirkpatrick vs. Katherine Love-
land, Grace Hall vs. Ellen Lardner.
Freshmen: Katherine Smith vs. Es-
ther Gilbert, Margaret Rottschaefer
vs. Bernice Bush, Eugenia Wentzy vs.
Madge Errine. Oneita Emomons vs.
Edith Stoll, Hulda Nicholas vs. Elean-
or Spencer, Louise Youngs vs. Max-
ine Stevens, Dorothy Herrman vs.
Minetta Goetz, Helen Warner vs.
Ruth M. Curtis, Katrina Schmerhorn
vs. Bernice Nickels.
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FRESH HAND Y PSI
Ypsi's Much Touted Eleven Fails to
Deliver the Goods; Are Hand-
ed 18-0 Defeat
NORMALS UNABLE TO MAKE
MORE THAN TWO LONE DOWNS
Walters, Normal End, Makes Excel-
lent Showing at Defensive
Side of Game
Ypsilanti Normal's much feared
football team went down to defeat
at the hands of the freshmen yester-
day* afternoon on Ferry field, to the
tune of 18 to 0.
Playing good football, the yearlings
slipped over three touchdowns, while
Ypsi was unable to make more than
two first downs. Reid carried the ball
over the line for the first score of the
first quarter, while Flecher and Ur-
schell made the rest of the counters
in the last half.
The Normal school's team was far
beneath predictions. Their's was sup
posedly a veteran team, made up of
most of last year's heavy crew, the
eleven which held the freshmen of the
past year to a 0-0 tie. The teachers
yesterday were light, and the ends
and back-field weak. Most of the first
year's back-field gaining was around
Fresh Offensive Good
For the freshmen Flecher, Culver,
Bailey, Urschell andy Lent, played the
best football. Urschell's punts were
healthy boots, and his running good,
as was also Bailey's running. The
work of Flecher, Culver and Lent on
the defensive, was material in the
Normal school getting but the two
Usher, at fullback, did some good
plowing but his kicking seemed much
in need of practice. He failed to place
the ball between the bars any of the
three times he was given the chance
after a touchdown was made, and his
three attempts at goals from the field
went in all directions but the one
meant for them to go.
Passes Prove Failure
Passing, on both sides, seemed as
much amiss as did the kicking of
Usher. Many were called but none'
were successful. Not a single pass
was completed by either team, and a
considerable number of downs were
wasted in attempting them.
Reid, the St. Louis McKinley high
man, who holds down left half, did
not quite live up to expectations.
There is no doubt that his plunging is
good and he gained his share of the
ground, but on the defense, he can im-
prove greatly. His blocking, his in-
terfering and his tackling are poor.
Woters YpsPs Star
Wolters, Ypsilanti's right end, made
practically every tackle made going
gown on punts, and Reid continually
made no effort to stop him. In his
tackling, Reid refuses to use his arms
preferring to hit the runner with his
shoulders, and because of this, one of
the two first downs that the teachers
made, was accomplished.
Altogether, however, the All-fresh
lived up to the highest expectations.
Hitting hard, and fighting very inch of
the way, the back field proved them-
'lines, while the fresh forwards seem-
ed nearly impregnable.
The line-ups follow:
Flecher ........C .. L.E......... Crow
Culver .......... L.T.......... Price
Henry ...........R.G......... Morris
Peocock .........R-T......... Lawler
Sturrit ..........R.E........ Wolters
Urschell .........Q......... Ambrose
Reid .............L.H.......... Webb
Bailey .......... R.H......... Wilson
Substitutions: Van Wagoner for
Lent, Karpus for Stuart, Timthac for
Henry, Hobi for Timthac, Freeman for
Culver,'Britton for Bailey, Hobbs for
Van Wagoner, Broock for Karpu.,
Outland for Broock, Muser for Free-
man, Bailey for Hobbs. '
GOVERNOR SLEEPER APPOINTS
MEDICAL REGISTRATION MEN
Governor Albert E. Sleeper has ap-
pointed Dr. Shipp of Battle Creek and
Dr. Guy Connor of Detroit to the Mich-
igan state board of registration in
medicine. Dr. George L. LaFevre of
Muskegon, Dr. Nelson McLoughlin of
Lake Odessa and Dr. Albertus Nyland
of Grand Rapids were reappointed. In
the reorganization of the board, Dr.
George LeFevre was re-elected presi-
dent for his third term. The office of
secretary was left open.
200 WOMEN PLAY HOCKEY
Freshmen Entries Near Century Mark
Other Classes Far Behind
Women hockey enthusiasts are
turning out in unprecedented num-
At present, according to Miss Evans,
90 freshmen are electing hockey as
their required sport. The sophomores
are next in line with an enrollment
Twenty-eight juniors and 19 seniors
are playing, not because they must
elect some sport as required work,
but because they actually want to
play the game itself.
It looks now as though, on account
of numbers,- the juniors and seniors
would practice separately. However,
they will meet together once more
on next Wednesday, at 2:30, when
Miss Evans will make further an-
In about three weeks, a series of
interclass games will begin, and with
teams selected from 192 would be
hockeyists, Miss Evans promises the
devotees of the game some very well
ADDITIONAL SPORT -PAGE FOUR
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