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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE

SEVNTEE 6AMES
DAY OTORE

Complete Lineups and Scores of
YesBerday 's Basketball Con tests

LPONTIAC DEFEATS VRAYLING
TO 16 INK ONE OF BEST
GAMES OF I)AY

18

HOLLAND LOOMS UP AS
POSSIBLE CONTENDER
Grand Rapids Central Takes Hard
Fought Game froni Flint by
S28 to 20 Score
Perhaps the fiercest tussle of all
the 17 games played in the interschol-
astic basketball tourney in Waterman
gym yesterday was the game in which
Grayling defeated Pontiac 18 to 16.
The, two teams went the whole game,
sticking within a point or two of each
other. Karpus of the victors scored
all of their points. The Pontiac boys
played consistently, but missed many
chances at long throws.
Another exciting contest was the
defeat of Coidwater by Muskegon, 28
to 18. Detroit 'Northwestern (first)
which was doped to be one of the
strong teams, but has not yet met real
opposition, although Cadillac had a
great team.
Holland, by beating Saginaw 39 to
14, furnished the best exhibition of
the afternoon. Detroit Central, beat-
ing Midland 39 to 17, showed the best
team work of any of the entries.
Grand Rapids Central won a hard
battle from Flint, 28 to 20, with the
boys from Flint nearly coming back
for a victory in the last quarter.
Kalamazoo Normal high school,
scheduled to play Adrian, did not ar-
rive. Mancelona, scheduled to play
Ypsilanti, came but did not play.
Pacynski,, the poihtt-a-minute for-
ward of Bay City Western, cannot be
overlooked when prospects are con-
sidered for the all-state team.
This afternoon the boys will have
a rest and will be entertained at a
free movie at the Arcade theater. To-
night the fifth round of four games be-
tween the winners of the morning's
play will take place.
Tne four winning teams will com-
pete in the semifinals at 9 and 10: 34
o'clock tomorrow morning. The two
winners will play for the champion-
ship of the state at 3:30 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon. The two losers in
the semifinals will compete for third
place at 1:15 o'clock tomorrow.

Detroit Northwestern (second team)
21, Muskegon,25. Lineup: Northwest-
ern-Cole, Perkins, Sweeney, Tenner,
and Thurston. Muskegon - Bert
Hoeker, John Hoeker, Peterson, Lyn-
dIon, andl Bennett.
Charlevoix 18, Coldwater 50. Line-
Up: Charlevoix-Weaver, Felts, But-
ler, Burance, Hellet, and Hartier.
Coidwater - Ferguson, Swain, Foy,
Goss, and Kiock. Foy made twelve
baskets. -
Cadillac 13, Detroit Northwestern
(first team) 33. Lineup: Cadillac-
Donnelly, Mace, Hansen, Titus, Word-
en, Vanderhoff, and Johnson. North-
western - Bosworth, Henderson,
Thompson, Vudder, and Welhoetter.
Thonmpso'n handled the ball well.
New Baltimore 4, Grand Haven 82.
Lineup: New Baltimore- Vaninock,
Fountain, Meidrum, Vernier, and Mar-
ccro. Grand H-aven-Vyn, Hothrop,
Mastenbrook, Fisher, and Van Tol. Vyn
made twenty baskets.
Grayling 20, Ann Arbor 16. Lineup:
Grayling-Doroh, Karpus, Meilstrup,
Thompson, Shanahan, Case, and Cham-
berlin. Ann Arbor-Van Orden, Hicks,
Naylor, Merkel, Gregory, Goulding,
Kennedy, and Housel.
Third Round Games
Grand Rapids Union 12, Cheboygan
21. Lineup: Grand Rapids Union -
Cornwall, Quigley, Krumheuer, Small,
Rivard, and Younglove. Cheboygan --
Brown, Mould, Barrowcliff, Sangster,
and Richardson. -
Boyne City 23, Benton Harbor 26.
Lineup: Boyne City-Fairchild, Mc-
Nally, Herron, Albread, and Buchert.
Benton Harbor-Scher, Blough, Rowe,
Granzow, and Hennis.
Detroit Central 39, Midland 17. Line-
up: Detroit Central--Whitlock, Wil-
son, Walworth, Smokiewicz, and
Vance. Midland-- Graves, Voorhees,
McCallum, Teal, and Le Cronier. Le
Cronier brought in 17 points for his
team while Whitlock made the best
score for Detroit.
Battle Creek 57, Fowlerville 23.
Lineup: Battle Creek-Sweek, Hunt,
Iden, Ross, and Langdon. Fowlerville
-Grieves, House, Reyhl, Grover, and
Meyer.
Alpena 19, Hart 39. Lineup: Alpena
-Beyer, Bisson, Oliver, Monser, Hat-
ton, Singer, and Fitzpatrick. Hart-

Rankin, Bennett, McLouth, Dressler,
Wright, Steinhoff, and Daunert. Ben-
nett tossed eight baskets.
Saginaw 14, Holland 39. Lineup:
Saginaw-Graham, Kaufman, McGreg-
or, I~i ry, and Norris. Holland-Irv-
ing, Kuite, Klomparens, Cappon, and
Van Putten. Irving and Cappon play-
ed exceptionally well for Holland.
Flint 20, Grand Rapids Central 28.
Lineup: Flint - Mason, Blanchard,
Taylor, Long, and Rombold. Grand
Rapids Central- Houston, McKenzie,
Van Rossum, Yeakley, Brown, and
Beard. Yeakley for Grand Rapids
threw more baskets than any other
man. Houston, the Grand Rapids cap-
tain, was disqualified, and replaced by
Beard.
Bay City Western 46, Pellston 17.
Lineup: Bay City Western--Pacyn-
ski, Lentz, Shaver, Soderstrom, and
Woods. Pellston- Meyers, Butters,
Denny, McGary, Robbins, and Lovell.
Pacynski brought in nearly a point a
minute for his team, while Shaver also
was handy at dropping them in.
St. Louis 7, Lansing 30. Lineup:
St. Louis-Ross, Branch, Andrews.
Whitney, Wilson, and Madden. Lans-
ing- Gilkey, Graham, Foster, Higgins,
and Palm.
Muskegon 28, Coldwater 18. Lineup:
Muskegon-Bert Hoeker, John Hoeker,
Lange, Peterson, Linden, Bennett,
Bolthouse, Campbell, and Thompson.
Coldwater - Ferguson, Swain, Foy,
Goss, and Kiock. Peterson and Bolt-
house, forwards for Muskegon, split
the honors.
Detroit Northwestern (first) 27,
Grand Haven 10. Lineup: Northwest-
ern--Downie, Mark, Thompson, Wel-
hoetter, Wickham, and Wiley. Grand
Haven-- Vyn, Holthrop, Masterbrook,
Fisher, Van Tol, and Slingerlefid. Wel-
hoetter, who played in only the sec-
ond half, dropped in four baskets.
Downie threw three baskets and three
foul goals.
Pontiac 16, Grayling 18. Lineup:
Pontiac - Slater, Osborne, Collins,
Kirby, Kinney, and Boardman. Gray-
ling - Doroh, Karpus, Meilstrup,
Thompson, Shanahan, Case, and
Chamberlin. Karpus scored all of the
Grayling points. The Pontiac scores
were evenly divided between all the
members of the team.

HOST OF OFFICIALS WORKING
UPON INTERSCHOLASTIC MEET
W. Lee Watson, who is confined by
pneumonia to the University hospital,
is the student manager of the basket-
ball interscholastic which is being
held in Waterman gymnasium. His
assistants are: C. R. Sabin, H. P.
Nicholson, R. M. Woodward, and D.
T. Mosier. The following committee
of students are aiding to conduct the
meet: C. A. Newcombe, C. T. Van- I
Dusen, P. M. Moore Jr., G. F. Nye, E-.
K. Cunliffe, R. P. Hummer, E. F.
Steketee, P. C. Pack, P. J. Osborne, D.
M. Springer, and Harry Penniman.
Officials or the tourney are as fol-
lows: 0. W. Stevenson, M. A. C. '09;
Frank L. Rand, LaCrosse, Wis., Nor-
mal, '12; P. B. Sampson, Springfield
Training college; A. R. Collins, Uni-
versity of Montana, '15; Henry R.
O'Brien, University of Kansas, '15;
R. A. McGinnis, University of Iowa,
'14; Elmer Mitchell, '13; R. W. Wat-
son, '15; Floyd A. Rowe, '08; F. G.
Armstrong, '15; R. E. Remington, '09;
G. A. Richner, '17; L. W. Van Aiken,

'17; John H. Emery, '18; William H.
Goodrich, University of Utah, '19;
John Maulbetsch, '17; C. C. Smith, 'iS;
H. L. Carroll, '17; Elmer Brandell,
'17; Wallace Niemann, '17; William
Niemann, '17; Carl L. Lundgren, Uni-
versity of Illinois, '02; J. A. Edmunds,
Youngstown S. and T., '13; William
Dunne, M. S. N. C.; William Lawler,
M. S. N. C.; Elton Rynearson, M. S.
N. C.; Ernest Rynearson, M. S. N. C.;
Frank Miller, '18; Cecil Brown, '16;
C. R. Locker, Hope college, '14; M.
F. Dunne, '17, and F. L. Rehor, '17.

field to depend upon, Michigan's trac
coach has~ added the space inside C
the outdoor running track betwee
the gym and the Medical building.
Steve was hard at work yesterda
figuring out just how he was going I
work in the several different pits t
the best advantage. Already th
broad jumping place has been fixed
and plans for the other pits and run
ning lanes will be completed soon.
The new place will be a great at<
for early spring and the entire sea
son of fall track. Warm days durln
the pre-spring season can be utilize
lby the men out of doors instead o
chafing inside on the board fiooi
Ferry field cannot be used until afte
the first of April.
Steve hopes to have the runnlnj
lanes nicely cindered and everything
in complete running order before fafl
With only a few days left before th<
squad goes outside, not enough tim*
is left to accomplish much for ths
spring.
Several of the men on both Varslty
and freshmnan teams have been tak-
ing advantage of the warm weathex
to run on the track next to the gym

ALL SPACE ENCLOSE I BY
RUNNMNG TRACK WILL
PUT IN USE

BOARD
BE

A brand new place for Michigan's
track team to work has been discov-
ered by Coach Farrell. Instead of
having only Waterman gym and Ferry

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Detroit Northwestern (second team)
21, Muskegon 25.
Clharlevolx 18, Coidwater 50.
Detroit Northwestern (first team)
33, Cadillac 13.
Grand Haven 82, New Baltimore 4.
Greyling 20, Ann Arbor 16.
Cheboygan, 21, Grand Rapids Union
12.

Nine high school basketball players

Benton Harbor 26, Boyne City 23.
Detroit Central 39, Midland 17.
Battle Creek 57, Fowlerville 23.
Hart 39, Alpena 19.
Holland 39, Saginaw 14.
Grand Rapids Central 28, Flint 24).
Bay City Western 46, Pellston 17.
Lansing 30, St. Louis 7.
Muskegon 28,-Coldwater 18.
Detroit Northwestern (first team)
27, Grand Haven JO.
Grayhing 18, Pontiac 10.
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* ATHLETIC COUPONS
* WiLL BE HONORED
*
* Interscholastic basketball of-.
* ficials announce that Athletic as--
* sociation books are good for en-
* beenamis neandingh on th
* campu rear intis? pitan
* all doubts on the matter Th
* entrance between gyms admits
* to bleacher seats.
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from Mancelona are trying to drown
disappointment by watching gaines
played by other schools at the inter-
scholastic basketball tournament. The
team was entered in the meet and had
a game scheduled with Ypsilanti last
night. Before the game could be
played a telegram came from the prin-
cipal of the high school to the tourney
officials forbidding the Mancelc4na
boys from playing. The only inform-
atlon given was that the team had
entered without permission.
INTERSCHOLASTIC BASKETBALL
GAMES PLAYED THIS MORNING
Waterman gymnasium will be open]
at 8:30 o'clock.
9 o'clock--Cheboygan vs. Bentoni
Harbor, Adrian vs. Jackson, 'Arthur
Hill vs. Detroit Central, Bay City
Western vs. Muskegon.
10:30 o'clock - Detroit Western
(first) vs. Grayling, Battle Creek vs.
Hart, Holland vs. Ypsilanti, Grand
Rapids Central vs. Lansing.
Swea$ts Awardd
To Light Boxers
Eight boxers have been selected by
Instructor 0. S. Westerman to wear
te sweater of the UnivrstyBoin
the past season. The boxers are hon-
ored not only for their showing dur-
ing the recent boxing exhibition, but
alo forthe general spiritotheyav e
U. B. C. sweater are Carl Weideman,
heavyweight champion; Buzz Catlett,
light heavy champion; Carl Hill, mid-
dleweight premier; Jimmie Hayes,
welterweight champion; Paul Zapp,
lightweight; Bruce Millar, 128-pound
champion, and Bill Plummer, feather-
Te sweaterswhich are expected
to arrive shortly are V-necked with
the letters "U. B. C." in gold. The
silver boxing glove emblems-the of-
ficial insignia of the club-arrived
Foos'Paadise, Official Scores, and
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