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TONIGHT'S BATTLE

AGLE APPEARS
AND 440-YARD
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Ask Clubs to
Entertain Preps
Athletic Association Requests That
Basketball Entrants be Cared
for
Not all the teams from high schools
which will play basketball in Water-
man gymnasium next week have been
taken care of by fraternities or clubs
that have agreed to entertain the vis-

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SENIORSWIN COLLEE
CHAMPIONSHIP 18-13
OLGA SHINKMAN PLAYS STRONG
GAME; SOPHS GOOD ON
DEFENSE
By close consistent teamwork and:
spectacularly brilliant individual
plays, the senior women's basketball'
team took the college championship
away from 1919 with a score of 18-13
in the cup game yesterday afternoon.
The star of the performance was
Olga Shinkman, 1917 guard, who
played what was termed by many
the best individual game of basket-
ball ever seen on Barbour gym floor.

ket shooting, while the centers, M-
garet Bassett and Jeannette Arm-
strong, outshone all former demon-
strations in the middle court.
Doris MacDonald played a good
game for the sophs at jumping center
and the team on the whole showed
itself strong on defense. The team of
1917, now holders of the college cham-
pionship, has but repeated the accom-
plishment of its freshman season.
In the summary of the 1917 season,
the class teams rank in the following'
order: Seniors, sophomores, juniors,
freshmen. The substitute record
runs: Seniors, sophomores, freshmen,
juniors.
Yesterday's lineup follows:
Seniors: Forwards, Janet MacFar-
lane and Mildred Crissey; centers,
Margaret Bassett and Jeannette Arm-
Otrong; guards, Gertrude Stekettee

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PROMISE GOOD BOUTS
Semiweekly Round of Wrestling Tour-
ney Has Four Matches
Some very good bouts are prom-
ised for the semiweekly round of the
wrestling tournament this afternoon.
There are but four goes on the pro-
gram but at least one of the men in
each of these has vanquished a foe
earlier in the tournament.
The lightweight grapplers, Leslie
and Troub, will fight it tut for the
right to meet Whitlow in the finals,
while Crandell and Davies, welter-
weights who have survived an earlier
bout, are expected to go the limit.
The heavies will be Lambert and
Crane and the middleweights are
Lewis and Grey. Lewis, who started
in the heavyweight division, although
no heavier than the average middle-
weight, was thrown last week and has
now returned to his class.
Try a Michigan Daily Want-Ad.

Underhill Selected as Purple Captain
Marshall Underhill has been re-
elected captain of the Northwestern
university basketball team. This is
the first time a basketball captain has
been re-elected. "Ns" were given to
Underhill, Bellows, Marquardt, Ben-
nett, Gessier, and Ellingwood.
The Renellen Hospice
337 E. LIBERTY ST.
Sunday Dinner-12:30 to 2:30
One Dollar
Cream of Tomato Soup
Sweet Pickled Peaches
Vegetable an gratin
Baked Chicken, Dressing
Roast Leg of Lamb
New Bermudas Green Peas
Tea Biscuits
Lettuce & Egg Salad
Apple Pie, New York Cheese
Lemon Sherbet
Ice Cream, Chocolate Sauce
Cake
Tea Coffee Milk
March 18,1917
Take your After Opera Supper at The Renellei Hospiee

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Clerk of course-..-.Sid Millard. *
Assistant clerks-H. C. Carver, *
E. G. Dudley, Frederick Thieme, *
B. Pearson, F. C. Bell. *
Track judges - B. W. lrodt *
(Cornell), H. L. Smith (Michi- *
gan), 11. F. Vernor (Purdue), I. *
C. Craig (Michigan). *
Judges-I. G. Porter (Cornell), *
Don May (Michigan), J. B. Craig *
(Michigan), Chas. Barton (Micli. *
gan). *
Announcer-M. F. Dunne. *
Scorersf-H. A. Fitzgerald, C. N. *
Church, It. T. McDonald, E. E. *
Pardee, L. S. Thompson, Jas. *
Schermerhorn, Jr.
Timers-Dr. C. A. May, Evans *
Holbrook, F. A. Rowe, C. L. Lund- *
gren.

The officials of the meet have prom-
ised lodging and meals to the entrants,
and they send out another request
to the fraternities and clubs to take
care of teams. Many houses have not
answered the letter which first asked
this favor.
A team from St. Louis has been en-
tered since the list was published,
making the total entry include 34
teams.
MICHIGAN ANDILLINOIS
TIED FORC FIRST PLACE

Her defense nullified the best efforts and Olga Shinkman.
of the speedy sophomore forwards and Sophomores - Forwards, Lucille
was the determining factor in their Duff and Phyllis Eggleston; centers,
defeat. Doris MacDonald and Eva Herzberg;
The senior forwards were up to guards, Ethel Glauz and Elizabeth
their usual standard in accurate bas- McCormack.

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WESTERN
TITLE

DIVISION
STILL NOT
CIDED

BOWLING
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Shot put-Michigan, Cross, Smith;
Cornell, Richards, Gillies, Schaaf,'
Howell, Jewett, Porter, Swanton.
50-yard dash-Michigan, O'Brien,
Horr, Schofield, Robinson, Thompson;
Cornell, Crim, Culbertson, Watt, Bald-
win, Shiverick, Woodruff, Shackelton,
Cleminshaw, Woodburn, Bartsch.
60-yard high hurdles-Michigan,
Beardsley, Martens, Thurston, Kruger;
Cornell, Watt, Cleminshaw, Pratt,
Stone, Elsas, Stalker, Atcheson, Man-
nying.
880-yard run-Michigan, Fox, Bou-
ma, Walker, Carroll, Lankley,- Fon-
tanna; Cornell, Booth, Boynton, Cart-
wright, Dresser, Fortier, Frey, Hill,
Leonard, McDermott, Windnagle, Bar-
ton, O'keary.
High jump-Michigan, Simmons,
Waterbury, Haigh, Davis, Martens;
Cornell, Richards, Harrison, Jewett,
Reynolds, Myers, Pratt, Stone,
Minasian, Haywood.
440-yard dash-Michigan, Fontanna,
Huntington, Hardell, Scofield, Robin-
son; Cornell; Baldwin, Bartsch, Clem-
inshaw, Culbertson, Crim, Shelton,
Shackelton, Shiverick, Watt, Wood-
burn, Woodruff, Acheson, Beck, Wind-
nagle.
Mile run--Michigan, Carroll, Sedg-
wick, Langley, Walker, Fox; Cor-
nell, Booth, Boynton, Campbell, Cart-
wright, Dresser, Fortier, Frey, Leon-
ard, Lentz, Maynard, McDermott,
Windnagle, Wenz.
Pole vault-Michigan, Kesler, Mc-
Kee; Cornell, Foss, Reavis, Gillies,
Leonard, Smith, McDonall, Banks.
Relay race-Entries to be taken
from above men.
TWO DENT TEAMS '
SUFFER DEFEAT
Medics and Grads Win Over Molar
Artists; Bob Watson Plays
With Doctors
Two dental teams suffered defeats
last night in the interclass basketball
tournament. The medics handed out
a beating to the freshman molar ar-
tists while the grads were responsi-
ble for the downfall of the juniors.
The medics got a running start in
their game and had accumulated
enough points to give them a hand-
some lead before the dentists decided
to take part in the scoring. Bob Wat-
son, former campus heavyweight
wrestling champion and Varsity foot-
ball man, started things for the doc-
tors. Cohen of th ame aggregation
was the fastest ma~ on the floor and
also proved a factor in the scoring.
From present indications this man is
in line for a position on the all-cam-
pus team. The score at the end of
the game was 27 to 14 in favor of the
medics.
An aggregation representing the
graduate students defeated the third
year men from the dental school in
an uninteresting game. Collins aided
materially in the point gathering for
the graIds. When the final whistle
blew the score stood 24 to 4 in favor
of the grads.
The two games played last night
concluded the second set in the second
round of the tournament. Play will
be resumed again on Monday night
when the schedule will be as follows:
7 to 8 o'clock-Pharmics vs. second
lits, court 2; fresh dents vs. archi-
tects, court 3; fresh laws vs. soph
engineers, court 4; and, 8 to 9 o'clock,
grads vs. fresh engineers, court 3;
medics vs. first lits, court 4.
Rugs perfectly cleaned, washed, and

Michigan and Illinois are tied for
first place in the western division of
the intercollegiate bowling league.
This announcement reached Ann Ar-
bor yesterday from New Haven, Conn.,
where the intercollegiate bowling
head uarters are located.
Mi higan and Illinois will roll off
the deadlock for first honors and the
victorious aggegation is slated to
meet the champions of the eastern
league for the collegiate champion-
ship of the country. Princeton, Yale
and Rensselaer are tied for first hon-
ors in the eastern division and will
settle their tangle for first place
rights. The titular match will be play-
ed between the eastern and western
representatives in Syracuse, N. Y.
Michigan and Illinois have met once
during the past season and the series
resulted in a Wolverine victory. The
.Michigan bowling team will probably
roll the first part of next week, as
soon as Bill Loutit returns from his
home. Loutit, who has been ill all
week, went to Grand Haven yester-
day afternoon.
Vatting Occupies
aseball Squad
Twirlers Put Hooks Across and Hit-
ters Fail to Connect; Robins
Out Again
Batting took up the greater part of
yesterday's practice for the Varsity
baseball squad. The coach had sev-
eral of his veteran hurlers toiling in
the cage, and the batsmen seemed to
have considerable difficulty in locat-
ing their offerings. The pitchers are
beginning to bend 'em a little, which
accounts in good part for the lack of
hitting shown by the sticksters, the
latter having had slight opportunity
to look over curves so far this season.
Walterhouse was one of the few
men who were able to connect with
the horsehide with any sort of regu-
larity. The veteran infielder met the
ball hard and squarely and with suf-
ficient frequency to cause the smiles
to exude from the coach's face. Haid-
ler, a sophomore catcher, is another
man who is pounding the -sphere at a
terrific rate. This man was cut from
the freshman squad early last spring
because of lack of aggressiveness, but
he is coming through with a strong
punch this year.
The race for the position as assist-
ant to Morris Dunne in the catcher's
box is resolving itself into a three-
cornered affair between Morrison,
Mattson, and Haidler. The two first
named men have the edge on Haidler
in experience and appear to be more
clever workmen with the big mitt, but
the latter's batting eye makes him an
extremely'dangerous contender. Mor-
rison last year was first string catcher
on the freshman team, while Mattson
is a former substitute on the Varsity
squad.
Yesterday'sppractice was marked
by the reappearance of Joe Robins
after a four-day quarantine in the
Sigma Chi house, and the arrival of
Jess Willard, Coach Yost's super-
dreadnaught type sub-center, to try
his fortunes as a first baseman.
Practice this afternoon will be for
battery men only, the construction of
the bleachers for the track meet to-
night making batting and fielding
work out of the question.
Charlie Chaplin takes a new role in
"Easy Street"-that of a policeman.
Come prepared to hold your sides.

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