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March 21, 1917 - Image 3

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1 MrI. A1VRII £lk-l.CUV LHALji.

Ufl U UL AL
FOR TOURNAMENT
NEARLY 300 BOYS FROM HIGlHl
SCHOOLS ARE HEADED
FOR ANN ARBOR

PLAYERS
AND

AT CLUBS
FRATERNITIES

Michigan State Championship Will Be
Settled by Play Here Next
Few Days
Thirty-six basketball teams from
high schools of the state will arrive
today or tomorrow 'to begin play in
Waterman gyrA for the state cham-
pionship in the first annual basketball
interscholastic, held by the University.
Nearly 300 players and coaches will
be at the tourney. They have been
quartered at fraternities and clubs,
but not enough fraterities have been
willing to entertain the visitors, and
P number of them will be placed in
private rooming houses.
Players on each team and the lodg-s
inga to which the team is assigned are

Taylor, Long, Rumbold, Alger, Ger-
man, Ackerman, and Sickles. Pi
Upsilon Rho, Sigma Delta Kappa, and
Alpha Rho Chi houses.
Grand Haven-Vyn, Holtrop, Mast-
eobrook, Fisher, Van Tol, Bolt, Sling-
erlend, Fase, and M. L. Storr, man-
ager. Gamma Eta Gamma and Phi
Kappa Sigma houses.
Grand Rapids Central-Houston,.
Kensie, Yeakey, Brown, Beard, and
Rice. Phi Sigma Kappa house.
Grand Rapids Union-Van Wingen,
Cornwall, Quigley, Raman, Krum-
heuer, Small, Younglove, Rward, Mil-
ler, Gogulski, and Henry W. Lichtner,
manager. Alpha Delta Phi house.
Grayling-Doroh, Karpus, Meilstrup,
Thompson, Shanahan, Case, Chamber-
lin, and A. A. Ellsworth, manager.
Delta Tau Delta houses.
Hart-Rankin, Bennett, McLouth,
Dressel, Wright, Steinhoff, Williams,
Dennert, Simpson, Smith, and B. F.
Beach, manager. Delta Sigma Delta,
Phi *Beta Pi, Sackett, and Pylon
houses.
Holland-Irving, Knite, Klompar-
ens, Cappon, Van Putten, Rutgers, and
Knutson. Monks house.
Jackson at Trigon house
Jackson-Auten, Bell, French, Gil-
bert, Hoffman, Hunt, Isbell, Meakin,
Mitchell, and M. L. Bosier, manager.
Trigon house.
Lansing-(Entries not received.)
Acacia house.

Junior
Hold

lowed with each team.

Ending the first week of strife with
a narrow margin over the senior en-
gineers, the third year mechanics now
lead the interclass bowling league
with a percentage of .666.
The contest between the engineer-
ing upperclassmen was marked by the
even falling of pins for both sides
and the hairbreadth margin of the
wins. The first game went to the
fourth year men by 10 pins, but some-
body dlipped and the second and third
were copped by the juniors with re-
spective leads of 4 and 23.
At present only four of the seven
contestants have registered any re-
sults but there are several matches
which are half finished and are wait-
ing the scores of several men who
were unable to roll the games with
their team.

and G. H. Fraser, manager. Unas- As the squads are getting more
signed. practice and are becoming better or-
Seven men and a coach will be al- ganized the scores, both team and in-

Engineers
first Place

dividual, are hitting a higher aver-
age. The high single game team to-
tal is now held by the junior engineers
with their mark of 877, which won
from the 873 counted by the seniors.
The individual high honor is now in
the hands of Wright of the dents with
a sum of 223.
Although the junior engineers are
in the lead, they have played only
three games while the senior lits and
senior engineers are close on the
track with a more advanced sched-
ule.

six laps in 2:09 1-5.
With these two teams having made
their times, there are now a total of
five teams registered, with three yet
to run. When the entire eight have
gone the distance the best four times SCf
will be taken and these will then fight
it out to see which will enter the
finale. To date the senior lits and
fresh engineers have the edge on the
others but the fresh lits will be there
at the finish and should give the abovc
mentioned pair a hard run for the
championship.
Reilly and Glmartin W111n with Ease
In the second match played in the
handball tournament, Reilly and Gil-
martin had an easy time of it with
Phelps and Weltman, winning two
straight games 15 to 0 and 15 to 1.
Managers Reilly and Cohn request
that all matches finish before vaca-
tion.
'17 Engineers who graduate in June
or in February 1918, order your invi-
tations before March 25.-Adv.
18-20-1-2-3-4
Try The Daily for service.

from

The teams stand at present:
W. L.
Junior engineers......2 1
Senior lits.... ......3 '2
Senior engineers......5 4
Dents .................1 4

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FRESH LITS RELAY MEN DEFEAT
PHARMICS AND RUN 2:05 FLAT
Defeating the pharmics yesterday
afternoon in the race for the class re-
lay championship, the fresh lits ran
2:05 flat, while the druggists made the

as follows: Mancelona-Davidson, Brown, Blair,
Adrian-Youngs, Page, Funk, Davis, McGrath, Medalie, Christian, Hall-
Pettee, Wade, Teachout, Patterson, gren, Campbell, Brown, and C. L.
Snedekar,, King, and Arnold Jones Taisey, manager. Phi Delta Chi and
manager.. Phi Delta Theta house. Psi Omega houses.
Durde Alpena Team Midland--Graves, Voorhies, McCal-
Alpena~-Beyer, Bisson, Monser, lum, Teal, LeCronier, Main, Stanford,
Oliver, Hatton, Singer, Fabianske, and S. L. Straks, manager. Theta
Salonde, Shupert, Fitzpatrick, and H. Delta Chi house.
K. Richardson, manager. Phi Gamma Muskegon-Bert Hoeker, Joln Hock-
Delta and Eremite houses. er, Lange, Peterson, Linden, Bennett,
Ann Arbor--Housel, Van Orden, Bolthouse, Campbell, Thompson, and
Hicks, Naylor, Merkel, Johnston, Greg- Guy Wellington, manager. Lambda Chi
ory, Goulding, Kennedy, Buell, and Alpha house,
Stanley Joseph, manager. New Baltimore-Vannock, Dav d,
Arthur Hill (Saginaw)-Brooks, Fountain, Meldrum, Vernier, Melkert,
Britton, Moore, McKay, Stickney, Marcero, Sauber, Knight, Forest, and
Bauer, Giesel, and Ben Vanden Belt, A. H. Cears, manager. Xi Psi Phi and
manager. Delta Kappa Epsilon house. Phoenix houses..
Battle Creek-Sweek, Hunt, Iden, Pontiac at S. A. E. House
Ross, Langdon, Riedner, McConnell, Pontiac-Slater, Osborne, Collins,
Giddinger, and H. K. Allwardt, man- Kirby,, Kinney, boardman, Starr,
ager. Delta Chi house; Watchpocket, Pomfret, Auten, and
Bay City Western-Pacynski, Lentz, Goodloe H. Rogers, manager. Sigma
Shaver, Soderstrom, Woods, Macdon- Alpha Epsilon house.
ald, Macintosch,. Myers, Bleicher, Saginaw-Emery, Graham, Kauf-
Noble, and Charles Mclvoney, man- mann, Skimin, McGragor, McKnight,
ager. Phi Kappa Psi house. Mitchell, Norris, and J. E. Tanis, man-
Benton Harbor-Scher, Granzow, ager. Psi Upsilon house.
Blough, Rowe, Hennes, Rascher, St. Louis-Andrews, Branch, Whit-
Sahlin, Harr, Bernard, and Colef. ney, Wilson, Ross, Madden, Fulcher,
Sigma Phi Epsilon and Sigma Phi and W. A. Ellsworth, manager. Beta
houses. Thet Pi house.
Boyne City -Fairchils, McNally, Wayne--Wagocer, Smith, Cozadd,
Benjamin, Herron, Aldread, Barden, Glover, Smith, Brown, Cadwell, Mor-
Buschert, Lett, Hilton, Cross, and R. ton, Hoops, Chambers, and Rayeroft,
G. Talcott, manager. Delta Theta Phi manager. t ,heta Xi house.
house. Ypsilan7~ti-Reid, Holmer, Wright,
Cadillac-Donnelley, Mace, Hansen, Boutell, Carroll, Harwick, Lampkin,
Titus, Worden, Vyiderhoff, Johnson, and Miller. Chi Psi house.
Tabraham, Baird, and Nelson. Alpha Fowlerville-Grives, House, Reyhl,
Tau Omega and Akkenaton houses. Grant, Grover, Meyer, and Albright.
Charleviox-Hallett, Weaver, Car- Unassigned.
tier, Durance, Felts, Butler, Hampton, Pellston-Myers, Buttars, Denny,
Newson, Krulik, and L. B. Aseltine, McGarcy, Robbins, Card, Campbell,
manager. Alpha Sigma Phi house.
Cheboygan-Brown, Mould, Bar- Try The Daily for 'crvice.
rowcliff, Sangston, Richardson, Ta
mashoie, and C. B. Bishop, manager.
Kappa Beta Psi house.
Coldwatet-Ferguson, Swain, Foy,
Goss, Clock, Amaden Hulenberg, and
Mark E. Schmidt, manager. * Sigma
Phi, Alpha Sigma, and Phi Delta Chi
houses.
Detroit Central at Delta U.
Detroit Central-Whitlock, McElwee,
Wilson, Walmoth, Smokiewicz, Swick,
Vance, Winkleman, Beard, Raines, and-
D. H. Davis, manager. Delta Upsilon
Detroit Northwestern (two teams) uS t Out!
-Bosworth, Dorovine, Henderson,
Mark, Perkins, Thompson, Vedder,
Walhoetter, Wickham, Wiley, Cobe,1 c
Reason, Rose, Sweeney, Sprilgstein,
Tanner, Thurston, and Thomas. Sigma _ ___
Chi house. EARL& WILSON -
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THE HIGH WAIST EFFECT

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tion of our cc

Alexander Hamilton commanded the atten-
)uftry.

George Washington was a major at nineteen.
At twenty-four, Bismarck was captain of the king's cavalry.
At twenty-six, Mark Anthony was the hero of Rome.
Napoleon when twenty-eight had revolutionized Europe.

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