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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FOUR BASKETBALL
TEAMS FIGHT WAY
INTO SEMI-FINALS
GRAND RAPIDS CENTRAL, BOTH
DETROIT SQUADS AND
JACKSON WIN
HOLLAND DROPS CLOSE
ONE TO +G.R.CENTRAL
Bay City Western Falls Before Smooth
Team Work of Detroit Cen-
tral high Quintet
Four teams remain in the inter-
scholastic tournament. Jackson elim-
inated Cheboygan, Detroit Northewest-
ern put Hart out of the running, Grand
Rapids Central upset considerable
cope by taking Holland into camp, and
Detroit Central, playing like a well
oiled machine, put Bay City West-
ern out of the running.
According to present prospects De-
troit Central should gather in Jack-
son tomorrow, and Grand Rapids Cen-
tral should garner the long end of the
score when they mingle with Detroit
Northwestern.
In last night's games Jackson com-
pletely outplayed the basketeers from
Cheboygan. Mitchell, the fly weight
right forward, and Isbell, the opposite
basket tosser, worked so well together
that the Cheboygan five was pretty
well bewildered. Both of these men
should bear watching when it comes
to picking an all-state team. The
final score was: Jackson 31, Cheboy-
gan 21.
The lineup:
Jackson. Cheboygan.
Isbell ........... R.F .......... Mould
Mitchell .........L.F.......Sangster
Gilbert ........ .C ........ Brown1
Hunt .......... .R.G .... Barroweliff
Hoffman ....... .L.G.... Richardson
Detroit Northwestern Wins
Detroit Northwestern kept a lead of
about two to one over the Hart team
through the game, winning 31 to 15.

As a game the number of fouls was
the only thing to break the monotony.
There seemed to be a parade from one
end of the floor to the other. Downie,
right forward for Detroit, shot bas-
kets with accuracy.
Bennett for Hart, another light-
weight champ, rambled in and out
amongst the nether limbs of the North-
western guards and scored most of
the points for his team.
Lineup:
Detroit Northwestern. Hart.
Downie..... ....R.F........Rankin
Welhelder,,
Thompson.....L.F......Bennett,
Dennert
Wickham ......... C..........McLouth
Mark ..............R.G........ Dressel
Wiley ...........L.G.........Wright
Detroit Central Wins
Bay City Western went down to de-
feat last evening before the finished
attack of Detroit Central's quintet to
the tune of 27 to 24. The game was
the fastest by far of the tournament
to date and the spectacular shooting,
passing, and dribbling brought the on-
lookers to their feet time and again.
Detroit got away to a fast start and
by wonderful shooting scored seven
points in the first quarter to a single
basket by Bay City. Walmoth won
the game with a wonderful shot from
the center of the floor. Whitlow, Cen-
tral'spaptain, was hurt in the second
quarter, but refused to go out, plucky
playing the game to the end.
Lineup:
Detroit Cen. Bay City West.
Walmoth ........ R.F.......Pacynski
Whitlow ........L.F...........Lentz
Vance.... ,,.......C..........Shaver
Wilson .......... R.G...........Woods
Smokiewicz .....L.G..... Soderstrom
Grand Rapids Wins
Grand Rapids Central high school
defeated Holland's five in a fast
rough game last evening, by the score
of 24 tp 18, the Hollands fighting
gamely to the end.
Holland started off in the lead, but
finally Central started after them,
making long shots from all corners
of the floor. After Grand Rapids
once took the lead in the third quar-
ter they were never passed.
The whole Holland defense was
built around Cappon, all-state foot-

ball man. His foul throwing was the Former Kalamazoo Students Meet
feature of the scrap, as he threw six Michigan students formerly of Kala-
out of eight tries. mazoo Normal school met in New-
Lineup: berry hall last night. No steps were
Grand Rapids Central. Holland. taken toward organization, but plans
Brown ...........L.F.......... Irving were discussed for a banquet to be
Yeakley ...........R.F........ . Kuite given next Friday night in honor of
Van Rossum.....C. .... Klomparens President Waldo of Kalamazoo Nor-
McKenzie . ........R.G........ Cappon mal school. All who are interested
Houston ......... L.G.. . .Van Kutten may call Harry F. Day, '18, chairman
of the committee on arrangements.
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Complete Lineups and Scores of
Contests Played During Morning

inal Scores of
Games Yesterday
MORNING GAMES
Cheboygan 27, Benton Harbor 23.
Jackson 28, Adrian 18.
Detroit Central 38, Arthur Hill
(Saginaw) 13.
Bay City Western 39, Muskegon 11.
Detroit Northwestern 30, Grayling
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Hart 33, Battle Creek 21.
Holland 37,Ypsilanti 1 ,.
Grand Rapids Central 21,
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Cheboygan 27, Benton Harbor 23.
Lineup---Cheboygan, Brown, Mould,
Barroweliff, Sangster, and Richard-
son; Benton Harbor, Scher, Granzow,
Blough, Rowe, and Hennis. Cheboy-
gan presented a come-back, after lag-
ging five points behind the Benton
Harbor boys in the first half. Mould
of the winners was skillful in getting
himself free to shoot for the basket.
He began the scoring streak. Scher
brought most of Benton Harbor's tal-
lies. Sangster tossed some valuable
baskets to the winners.
Jackson 28, Adrian 18. Lineup-
Jackson, Gilbert, Hoffman, Hunt, Is-
bell, Meakin, Bell, and Mitchel);
Adrian, Youngs, Funk, Robertson,
Wade, and King. Isbell threw nine
field baskets and two fouls for the
winners.
Detroit Central 38, Arthur Hill 13.
Lineup-Detroit Central, Whitlock,
Wilson, Walmoth, Smokiewicz, and
Vance; Arthur Hill, Brooks, Britton,
Moore, McKay, and Bauer. Wilson,
on the Detroit team, probably was the
best guard on the floor in the morn-
ing games. , Walmoth turned team
work into baskets through careful
judgement. Whitlock was a consistent
scorer for Central, throwing eight field
baskets and one foul. Brooks, center
for the team from Saginaw, made some
long, accurate basket shots.
Bay City Western Wins
Bay City Western 39, Muskegon 11.
Lineup-Bay City, Pacynski, Lentz,
Shaver, Soderstrom, and Woods;
Muskegon, B. Hocker, J. Hocker,
Lange, Peterson, and Bennett. Pacy-
niski, who played in point-a-minute
style Thursday, gave his team 19 of
their 39 points, with nine field bas-
kets and one foul goal. Shaver
dropped in his share of Bay City's
goals. Bennett worked speedily as a
guard for Muskegon.
Detroit Northwestern (first) 30,
Grayling 13. Lineup-Northwestern,
Bosworth, Downie, Henderson, Thomp-
son, . Mark, Vedder, Welhoetter, and
Wiley; Grayling, Doroh, Karpus, Meil-
strup, Thompson, Shanahan, Case, and
Chamberlin. Bosworth of Northwest-
ern received a broken nose at the be-
ginning of the third quarter, but fin-
ished, the period. His careful work
as guard kept Karpus of the losers
from being effective as a point getter.

Downie, Henderson, and Vedder
shared the honors evenly for bringing
Northwestern's scores. Karpus, who
made all of Grayling's points against
Pontiac last night, was kept from
heavy scoring bythe goodkguarding
of the Detroit boys and the fact that
he had to shift over and play more
on the defensive than in any former
games.
Hart Shows Up Well
Hart 33, Battle Creek 21. Lineup-
Hart, Rankin, Bennett, McLouth,
Dressel, and Wright; Battle Creek,
Swell, Hunt, Islen, Ross, and Lang-
don. For three quarters this battle
waged merrily, first one aggregation
then the other forging ahead. At the
end of the first half, the lads from
Battle Creek were leading by two
points and when the third quarter had
terminated Hart was in possession of
a two-point lead. Hart pulled away
rapidly in the final quarter and the
outcome was never in doubt from this
time on.
Holland 37, Ypsilanti 15. Lineup-
Holland, Irving, Knite, Klomparens,
Cappon, and Van Putten; Ypsilanti,
Reid, Holmes, Eibler, Wright4 and
Lampkin. Heralded as one of the like-
ly contenders. for th'e state title, the
boys from Holland disposed of their
opponents in a business-like fashion
that strengthened the impression that
they were almost certain finalists from
the lower half of the chart. There
was no particularly bright or shining
star on the Holland aggregation, but
each of the boys on the team acted
as though he knew just what his part
was in every play and he performed
like a veteran. Eibler for Ypsilanti
proved a bothersome proposition for
the wooden shoe lads and he flung
several pretty baskets.
LansingAIs Defeated
Grand Rapids Central 21, Lansing
18. Lineup-Grand Rapids Central,
Houston, VYn Rossum, Yekley,
Brown, and Beard; Lansing, Gilkey,
Foster, McCann, Palm, Higgins, and
Goedell. These two old time rivals
staged an unusually close game and
the boys from the western part of the
state finally pulled out victorious.
Yeakley played a stellar role for
Grand Rapids while Gilkey proved to
be the most potent factor in Lansing's
offense. This was one of the closest
affairs of the entire tournament.

EVENING GAMES
Grand Rapids 24, Holland 18.
Detroit Central 27, Bay City West-
ern 24.
Jackson 31, Cheboygan 21.
Detroit Northwestern 31, Hart 15.
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