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January 20, 1917 - Image 3

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ANo Strike for,,,SECOND "ODD-EVEN" CONTEST
t. Strzke for FOR WOMEN ON IEDNESDAY
Sis and JohnnyT m
The women's basketball squad will
Cleveland, Ohio, Jan. 19. - George play the second "odd-even" game of

6isier, Johnny Lavan, andi Ernest j
Koob, the three collegians who have!
been starring with the St. Louis
Browns declare that they will not
strike, even though the rest of their
teammates do.
Sisler said:
"I shall go south to train March 3.
Fultz may expell me if he wants to.
I will observe my contract."
Sis and Lavan were formerly with
the University of Michigan, while
Koob came from Kalamazoo.
HARVARD WITHDRAWS FROM
SHARPSHOOTERS' ASSOCIATION
Cambridge, Mass., Jan. 19.-Harvard
has withdrawn from the National Rifle
association, notifying that organization
that it will hereafter arrange its own
gunning schedules.
Harvard's excuse is that she has not
been able to meet the Yale, Princeton
and Cornell teams because of the rank-
ing of the association, which placed

j the season weanesduay arternoon when
the seniors and sophomores line up
against the juniors and freshmen.
This will be the last game before the
selection of the class teams, which
will take place after the opening of
the second semester. The squad is
unusually large this year, and more
than 75 girls are still in the running.
Miss Alice Evans, director, stated
yesterday that the task of choosing
teams will be extremely difficult with
the wealth of good material at hand,
and on this account the second teams
will be but little inferior to the first.
A schedule of games will thus be ar-
ranged for them as well as for the
first teams.
'Wednesday's game will be an influ-
ential factor ia determining the per-
sonnel of the teams and promises to
be a particularly hard-fought contest
in consequence. It will commence at
4:50 o'clock sharp and Miss Evans
will referee. The exact. lineups are

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Harvard in class C, due to the fact that still in doubt.
Harvard many years ago had weak
teams, which could not get out of this Report Failure of Enemy Attacks I
class. The schedules of the associa- Berlin, Jan. 19.-Failure of enemy
tion are also considered too vigorous attacks against height positions in the
for the Harvard rifle experts who Marasti district with he vy enemy
wish to cut down their meets to one losses was announced in today's official
a week' statement. Field Marshal von Mack-
UGHI DUFFY TO COACH HARVARD ensen reported thersituation of his
HUGHDUFF TOCOAC HARARDarmy unchanged. Prince Leopold re-.
Former White Sox Manager to Train ported lessening of fighting activity.
Basketball Team
(Special to The Michigan Daily.) THE DELTA CAFI
Cambridge, Mass., Jan. 19.-Hugh
Duffy, former manager of the Chicago
White Sox and more recently leader
of the Portland Eastern league club, Excellent facilit
has been appointed' coach 'of the liar-
yard university baseball team to suc-
ceed Fred Mitchell, who has been made We take complete charg
manager of the Chicago Cubs.
Duffy's major league playing experi- parties and give service
ence was gained with the Boston Na- SUP'
tionals, where he rolled up one of the
most impressive batting records in
the history of baseball. He has been
engaged in the diamond sport as a R. B. ZEBB
professional for over 30 years.C
Duffy's contract with Harvard calls
for but one year's work.

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