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COACH LUNOGREN
MAKESNEW CUT
Varsity B sehall Coach Keeps 46 Try-
outs for 19i17 Squad. IDrop-
ill"m Evei I ozen
1 W IIIi'E S All E l EW TI NEI)
111 9111 R M 1 INTO'O FIRST
Reserve Fihger on Last Year's Team
Becones Canidate for initial
Corner only
Coach Lundgren male his second cut
in the Varsity squad yesterday after-
noon following practice. The coach
droplped 12 from the squad of candid-
ates and retained 4G men.
Out of the list the atecers are prov-
ing the most difficult to cut, judging
by, thepercentage cut o the total
number of candidates for the backstop
position. Only one man w as dropped
from eight possibilities.
Six pitchers departed, leaving 1§
still in the running. Birmingham was
dropped from this department and
transferred to the battle for guardian
of the first sack. Biriny's work on the
floor plus his known ability as an in
fielder overbalanced his pitching pro-
pensities and he is definitely added to
the competitors for first base.
On the infield one man was cut
from the candidates for first and an-
other added, and one each from sec-
ond and third bases, while short stop
still has three men listed.
Five outfielders are gone leaving
nine.
Niemann's injury may develop into a
fracture, according to reports, and that
he will be kept off the floor for at
least a week.
Those Still Present
Following is the list of men who are
retained on the squad:
Catchers-Mattson, Underwood, Mor-
rison, Marcinkiewitz, Haidler, Dunne,
Hammond.
Pitchers- Parks, Getts, Gariepy,
Brand, Hibbard, Miller, Saunders,
Lush, W. A. Niemann, Martin, Dwyer,
Ohlmacher, Glenn, I. E. Martin, and
Robins.
First Base-Birmingham, Wehmeyer,
Cooper, Newell, West.
Second base -- Sallwasser, Middle-
ditch, Labadie, and Wurster.

Third base- King, Horwitz, I. E.
Martin, and Arentz.
Short stop- Larson, Walterhouse,
and Dancer.
Outfield-Trost, Kirchgessner, W. K.
Niemann, Garrett, Reem, Brandell,
Roberts, Johns, and Ippel.
Those who have not signed the regis-
ter should do so immediately.
America 's Vest
Against Carroll
When Eddie Carroll lines up in St.
Louis Saturday night for the starter's
pistol, he'll find himself up against
one of the most picturesqe figures in
the track world.
Little Joie Ray hasn't a counterpart.
He's himself and there are no imi-
tators.
Ray lacs some of the natural ad-
vantages that have beenheaped upon
his collegiate opponents, but what-
ever knowledge and appreciation of
the finer things in life, that Joie may
lack, hetmore than makes up when he
slips into a pair of track shoes. Oh,
boy, how he can run!
AfterwNorman Taber broke the
world's record in the mile he was
heralded as the greatest miler in his-
tory and all that sort of stuff and prob-
ably he was-and is. But Joie didn't
lose any sleep when he learned Nor-
man was entered in the national
championships in 1915, he cried for
sheer joy.
How Joie trounced the renowned
Taber is a matter of history. He did
it and he did it according to Hoyle,
and all the other accepted authorities
on the conduct of sports and indoor
pastimes.
This year Ray has been running as
he never ran before and Eddie is go-
ing to find himself up against just
about the stiffest' proposition that he
has ever faced. With a record of
4:16 2-5 under his belt, however, Ed-
die doesn't remove his hat to anyone
and all Michigan is pulling for the
Maize and Blue captain.
It's going to be a great race every
step of the way and this youngster
Tenney of Chicago is either one of the
best milers in any man's land or else
the best advertised bit of humanity ex-
tant, barring certain crowned heads
of caotic Europe. They claim 4:18
for him this year indoors.
35 Members Join
Golf Association
At the regular meeting of the U. of
M. Golf association held last night in
the trophy room of Waterman gym-
nasium, the entire membership was
filled within a few minutes.
By agreement with the Ann Arbor
Country club, the Golf association is
allowed 35 members with participat-
ing privileges at the club house, and
on the links. This list has been en-
tirely filled up by the devotees of the
sticks and rolling meadows.
The annual University tournament
will be held toward the last part of
May, at which time the campus cham-
pionship will be determined. It is
probable that the last four contenders
in the semifinals will be awarded class
numerals by the Athletic association.
Every man in the Golf association
will be lisited in the tournament.
For prizes, Slater's book shop has
given the association the best set of
wooden clubs in their entire stock,
while additional awards have been
given by the Chicago Golf shop, which
has placed a prize of any golf club

in their establishment for the leading
contender. Director of Intramural
Athletics Rowe has also announced
that there will be a loving cup award-
ed by the Athletic association to the
champion.'
It is planned to choose a golf team
of four men who will carry the college
standard in matches with the Washte-
naw Country club, and the clubs of
Saginaw and Jackson.
The fee of $8.00 is payable to either
Messrs. Kenyon or Lyndon of the Ann
Arbor Golf club. Dues of 25 cents will
be payable to the association before
the tournament.
MICHIGANS ANNUAL HANDBALL
TOURNAMENT WILL START SOON
Michigan's annual handball tourna-
ment will be under way next week,
according to an announcement made
by Manager Reilly yesterday after-
noon.
Dr. May of Waterman gymnasium
announced that he would donate cups
to the winners of the singles and dou-
bics if sufficient interest is manifested
in the tournament and the entry list
is large enough to justify the presenta-
tion of the trophies.
The entry list will close Monday,
March 12. All contestants are re-
quested to sign up on the blank which
.will be provided for this purpose in
the handball room. -

SOPHOMORE WOMEN ARE jTLouckl s
VICTORIOUS OVER FRESH W

Underclass Championship is Decided
in Close Game Which Second
Year's Team Wins, 17-10

in Opening Bout
Yesterday the opening bouts of the
annual wrestling tournament were
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FRESH LIT RELAY TEAM MAKES
BEST TIME, RUNNI 2:07 3-<>
Only three of the fifteen relay teams
ran yesterday afternoon at Waterman
gymnasium as the remainder were un-
able to get together the necessary

The underclass championship in 1 ne iithe wresing room of water- four men.
women's basketball was won by the man gymnasium. Louck won in the The fresh lits made the best time,
sophomores yesterday afternoon when 'heavyweight class by getting a cross- running showing 2:07 3-5. While the
they defeated the freshmen 17-10, in face hold which prevented his oppon- freshlaws ran second in 2:09 3-5. The
the season's first and perhaps most ent Anderson from breathing, and An- junior engineers were last, their quar-
bitterly-fought game. derson was obliged to give up after tet totaling 2:12 2-5.
The first half closed with the sophs eight minutes of excellent wrestling. The fresh lits look formidable al-
on the long end of a 7-3 score and the The first bout between Pollock and though their brother engineers are
first-year girls were unable to en- Witlow was 'the only one which went very likely to run them a hard race.
danger this lead during the remainder ten minutes to a draw. Pollock, how-
of the game. Desperate guarding re- ever, managed to get Witlow's should- WITNESS OF QUEBEC BRIDGE
sulted in an unusual number of fouls, ers to the mat in the next three min- COLLAPSE TALKS TO ENGINEERS
especially when the play waxed hotter utes allowed them.
in the second period, and if the fresh- Perhaps the best grappling of the Mr. M. J. Riggs of the American
men had made all the free-throws afternoon was done n the first light- Bridge company of Toledo, 0., an eye-
which were kallowed, the final tally weight go which resulted in a decis- witness of the collapse of the Quebec
would have spelled victory for 1920. ion for Leslie in seven minutes. Les- bridge, spoke before an audience com-
Superiority in every department was lie seems to be there when itcomes posed mostly of engineers at 11 o'clock
shown by the sophomores, although to grappling and appears to have a this morning in room 311 of the en-
the showing of their fast forwards, good chance for the lightweight hon- gineering building.
Lucille Duff and Phyllis Eggleston, ors. Mr. Riggs spoke on the subject of
was particularly spectacular. Most of Two short bouts of a minute each bridges in general, laying particular'
the baskets for their opponents were were won by Punch, middleweight, and emphasis on the Hellgate and Quebec

MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN HAS
BEEN STARTED BY RIFLE CLU
Wolverine Ilharksimen Complete The
Seventh M atch in National As-
sociation Today
About 100 notices have been se
to as many men who signed up f
sharpshooting at the beginning of tb
school year last fall. This is the fir
step taken by the Rifle club in its b
membership campaign.
An indoor range at the Watermn
gym and an outdoor range which
used by the Michigan State militia
at the disposal of the members. Th
indoor range is open every Monda
Wednesday, and Friday from 2 to 5:
o'clock. Ammunition is sold at le
than wholesale cost.
Today the Wolverines will furnis
the seventh match of a series in tb
National Rifle association tournamen
Since the initiation of the membersh
campaign the men have been shov
ing up regularly.
Canadian Club Holds Meeting at Unlo
The Canadian club held an executi
meeting last night at the Union to di
cuss the work of the semester. Tb
club boasts of members, not only fro
Canada, but from all over the Briti
empire, and although the organizatio
has only been in existence four year
it has a membership of 45.

made by Myrtle Bahm, while Hazel
Platt, '20, did some of the best guard-
ing of the entire contest. Edna Dask-
am, '20, played a good game at side
center.
Sophs in Line for Cup
The sophomores are now in line for
the cup game, Friday, March 16, when
they will play the winner of next Sat-
urday's junior-senior struggle. Cham-
pions of the 1916 season, this year's ag-
gregation which is almost identical,
are extremely saguine of final con-
quest. The freshmen will content
themselves with the "consolation
game" of March 14.
'The junior-senior substitute game
yesterday afternoon resulted in a vic-
tory for the seniors, 22-17.
Lineup of the regulars follows:
Sophomores-Forwards, Lucille Duff
and Phyllis Eggleston; centers, Doris
MacDonald and Eva Herzberg; guards,
Ethel Glauz and Elizabeth McCormick.
Freshmen-Forwards, Myrtle Bahm
and Agnes Kennedy; centers, Elsie Er-
ley and Edna Daskam; guards, Hazel
Platt and Florence Butler.
Turks Retreat Before British Forces
London, March 7.-Th" Turks aban-
doned a very strong position in the
neighborhood of Sheik-a-Muran before
out advanced forces.

Grey, respectively. The remaining
match was won by Howard over Mc-
Clure in the lightweight decision.
The next wrestling program will be
held next Saturday and another the
following Wednesday. The finals will
be held in the near future and Director
Reider predicts some of the best
wrestling seen at the University. West-
erman refereed yesterday's matches.
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Just what makes men say that
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Not because they're over dress-
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dressed.
It's becanse they're "neatly"
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they're neat and made to
fit.

Wailani Stringed Quartette
High, Low. Jack, and the Game
A New "JAZZ" Band
An Unique Pierrotte Dance

Emmerman and Simons

8 O'clock Sharp

FRIDAY

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