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January 18, 1917 - Image 3

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Cornhaskers Contract for One Gamee
vWith Wolverines Signed
Pen traie W lIe Only One Out-
side of Ann Arbor Next
Nebraska will play Michigan on
Ferry field next fall under a one-year
contract. The game will take place
Oct. 27.
Notwithstanding their desire to sign
a contract calling for a game here in
1917 and one in Lincoln in 1918, the
athletic authorities of the Cornhuskers
yesterday afternoon closed terms for
one game with the Wolverines.
Nebraska found herself rather up
against it some time ago when it was
learned that M. A. C. would play four-
year men against her if the game be-
tween the two was pulled off. Under
the rules of the Missouri valley con-
ference, of which Nebraska is a mem-
ber, teams in that conference are not
allowed to play such men, nor to play
teams which use such players. Con-
sequently negotiations between the two
schools were dropped.
Only One Big Date Now Open.
The booking of the Oct. 27 date by
Athletic Director Bartelme leaves but
one big open date on the schedule or
the 1917 Michigan team-Nov. 3.
Other games arranged for the sea-
son are the Case and Mt. Union early
season contests: M. A. C., Cornell, and
Pennsylvania. The mid-week games
for next fall have not as yet been
given out. Penn is the only team
which will be engaged by the Wolver-
ines outside the confines of the Ferry
field pasture, Michigan journeying to
Quakertown in accordance with the
home-and-home agreement between
the two institutions.
Open Date Probably Easy Game.
It is more than probable that the
Nov. 3 date will again be filled by an
easy game, giving Pat Smith's col-
lection of huskies a chance to have a
well earned rest after taking on the
Farmers and Nebraska, and before
clashing with the two eastern games
of the 1917 season.
Washington has not as yet been en-
gaged by the athletic association to
fill the now big vacant date in the
schedule. It is not probable that the
Pikers will be met next year.
Jessie Saunders Wins "" IInsigia
Jessie Saunders, '18, has completed
the 60 points necessary for the "M"
pin awarded by the athletic depart-
ment of the Womet's league. The
trophies which the department gives
will be formally presented at the ath-
letic banquet, but many of them are
being worn at the present time.
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Ilausners Make Hit With Dancing; --
Dents Beaten 6-0 by J-Engi- WINDNAGLE, RICHARDS AND FOSS
neers inhockey Game FORM NUCLEUS OF 1917
The skating carnival given by the
athletic department of the Women's Ithaca, N. Y., Jan. 17.-Preparation
league at Weinberg's coliseum last for the winter track meets is now
claiming the attention of a large num-
comfortable temperature made it en- ber of athletes at Cornell University.
joyablo for spectators and skaters The squad was slow to report after
alike, the holiday recess, but by the end of
'The Klausners, known in Detroit as last week Coach Jack Moakley had a
"the Castles on Ice," miiade good their large number of men out, although he
reputation with a group of extremely still desires more sprinters, hurdlers,
graceful "ice dances," hot so easy to and candidates for the weights.
perform as the ease with which they A dearth of experienced sprinters
were done would indicate. The and hurdlers confronts Coach Moakley
mazurkas, waltzes, and basket figures this year, and whereas every indica-
which they presented were examples tion points to the development of an-
of an art, originally American, but so other strong, well-balanced track
popular in the Scandnavian countries team, Moakley's skill 'in unearthing
that it has become identified with them. and developing new material will be
Later in the evening, space was taxed severely this winter if the Itha-
cleared, and the junior engineers and cans are to be well represented in all
miscellaneous dents put on a lively, of the events on the intercollegiate
though rather one-sided practice ex- program. Jack has no Reller or "Rip"
hibition, of hockey The puck was kept Van Winkleto rely upon in the sprints
pretty continually in the territory of this year, and he also misses L. E.
the latter aggregation and at the end Gubb and F. H. Starr, crack hurdlers,
of the contest the engineers claimed as well as Millard and Lyford, timber
six points and no competition. toppers of considerable ability. In
A grand march followed soon after Jack Watt he seems to have one prom-
the game and was led by the Klausners ising hurdler, and Cleminshaw also
through the gyrations which gra d shows possibilities. The list of sprint-
marches usually perform with a snake ers, however, shows no man of calibre,
dance thrown in at the end for good although a few may be developed
measure. later.
Reports have not yet come in from Cornell's greatest strength may lie
the ticket sale, but the size of the in the 440, half mile, mile, and two
crowd indicated a considerable fi- miles, in the high jump, broad jump,
nancial success. shot-put and pole vault. No weight
-- men of great promise have as yet
EXTEND NEW FILING SYSTEM been uncovered, although McCormick,
who made a creditable showing in the
Method Will Accommodate All Manu- hammer throw last year, will probably
scripts of General En- do well in this event in the spring.
gineering Interest As usual, Coach Moakley will turn
out two, and possibly three, relay
teams this winter. He has some fair
The ongineering society during the material for the one-mile team, al-
coming semester will undertake th though the loss by graduation of Lew-
work of extending the Dewey decimalisadtradthasnc fKl-
filing system so that it will adequately i and Starr, and the absence of Kell-
take care of the filing of engineering
literature. The University of Illinois
has previously worked in this direc- W hen Y ou
tion and a number of the engineering
faculty at Michigan have given a great1
deal of private effort to this problem.
The Engineering society has collected U. OF M. R
all the available data on this sub-62 LIBERr
ject anti dwill make an earnest effort 6 2 L I B E R
to extend the system.
R. L. McNamee, '17E, is acting as
general chairman of the committee. OUR COMBINATION BREA
Tl1e men working with him are: D.
A. Smith, '17E, H. A. Taylor, '17E, C.
M. Burns, '17E, T. W. Sheahan, '17E,
F. M. Sabin, '18E, R. R. Baker, '17E,
S. L. Crump, '17E, A. N. Clarke, '18E,
H. S. Taylor, '17E, R. F. Dunbrook,
'17E. The first meeting of the com-
mittee will be held in the society
rooms at 7 o'clock tonight.
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ey, makes it necessary to fill in with
new men. Bartsch, Shelton, and Crim,
who ran at various times on the team
last year, are in the university and
can compete. Crim proved to be
Cornell's leading quarter-miler last
spring, and is counted upon to do even
better work this year .
Vern Windnagle, the crack distance
star, leads the half-milers and will
probably be anchor man of the two-
mile relay team and of the four-mile
team. The other half-milers who fig-
ured last year, Taylor and Beckwith,
have been graduated. Potter, Hoffmire
and Corwith, who ran on the four-mile
team last year, have been graduated
also. Windnagle will be backed in
this event by Wenz, the cross-country
star; McDermott, Campbell and Dress-
er, who figured prominently in cross-
country work last fall and in fresh-
man track a year ago and Hudson,
who did well in freshman track last
Among the Varsity veterans who
have reported for other events are
Captain Foss in the pole vault and
Richards in the shot-put and jumps.
Recalling the fact that the winners
will have a clear title to the state
basketball championship and that

play in the University meet are em-
Players will be entertained 'free
while in the city, making transporta-
tion the only expense to which the
visitors will be put. They will have
opportunity to compete with teams of
every caliber, and can even pick their
own opponents if dissatisfied with the
drawing for opponents.
Adams and Emes Newest Professionals
New York, Jan. 17.-The first vic-
tims of the "capitalization of athletic
fame" rule in the ranks of the Ama-
teur Athletic Union were announced
when the registration committee of the
Metropolitan association of the A. A.
U. decided to ask Platt Adams of the
N. Y. A. C. and Edward L. Emes of the
Bronx Church House to turn in their
registration cards because they are
engaged in the sporting goods busi-
contrary to the rules passed at the last
annual meeting of the A. A. U.
Flannel Shirts made to order. G. H.
Wild Company. Leading merchant
tailors. State street. tf

Cleveland, Jan. 17.-"Lefty" Dear
dorff, University of Iowa southpa-
signed by President Dunn for the In
dians, is a promising pitcher if re
ports from Iowa City, where the col
loge is located, can be banked on. Her
is what Maurice Kent. Iowa basebal
coch says:
"Deardorff is one of the, best pitch
ers I ever had, the only good south
paw that ever pitched for Iowa. H
has excellent head work and knee
just why he pitched each ball. Hi
control was so good I used him t
finish many games. He never ha
had to be taken out of a game in col
loge or in independent ranks. He i
above the average as a hitter, opposin
outfielders generally backing up whe:
he went to the plate. He is a har
working boy and willing to be taught.
Tom and Jerry High Ball. Hot o
cold. Something different. Bloom
field. N. University. 17-18-24-2

FOX-TROT BALL - at Armory
FRIDAY, JAN. 19, 1917

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members of the first and second all-
state teams really will be top-notch
players, W. Lee Watson, basketball in-
terscholastic manager, has sent' 200
letters-to principals of high schools in
the state renewing an invitation for
the schools to send teams to the first
annual basketball interscholastic,
March 22, 23, and 24.
Principals are again urged to take
up with the athletic managers the
matter of sending teams to the tour-
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