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March 29, 1917 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY,

MIR E REURS NEEDED
[dR WORK ON GRIDIRON
VETERANS (ALLED TO ASSIST
SMITH IN COACHING
RECRUITS
Captain Pat Smith wants more men
to come out for spring football prac-
tice, especially the members of last
year's regulars. Willard and Hildner
were the only men out yesterday from
the squad last year. Last night the
captain called up all the varsity men
to tell them that it will be necessary
for them to show up. They will be
worked only every other day, and are
needed to coach the recruits.
Practice starts at 3:30 o'clock to-
day. All men, new or old, who come
out will be equipped. Pat wants to
have a squad of at least 40 men work-
ing under him today. That will give
him an opportunity to divide the men
'into two squads, working on alternate
days. However, even if the required
40 do not come out today, this division
will be made, and the squads of 16 or
17 men will be added to later.
Running and passing occupied the
time of the grid men today. This will
probably be the program, until after
spring vacation. Blocking and tackl-
ing will not start before the middle
of next week.
The squad out yesterday showed
eight more men than the day before.
Although 15 new men came out, many
who had appeared for the first day's
practice did not reappear. Hammels
and Knox, of the All-fresh squad, and
Emery and Weston, from the reserves,
reported with the squad. Five squads
were kept at work.
FOUR GAMES IN INTERCLASS
BASKET CONTEST TONIGHT
Twelve teams remain in the inter-
class basketball tourney.
Director Rowe, of the intramural de-
partment, has divided the contestants
into two groups. These consist of the
following: First - Pharmics, grads,
fresh engineers, junior dents, senior
laws and junior lits. Second-Fresh
dents, architects, soph engineers,
fresh laws, medics and soph lits. The
first two teams in each division will
fight it out in the finals to decide the
campus championship.
Four games have been scheduled for
tonight. They are as follows- 7 to 8
o'clock - Architects vs. soph lits,
court 3; 8 to 9 o'clock-Fresh laws
vs. medics, court 2; pharmics vs. fresh
engineers, court 3; senior laws vs.
junior dents, court 4.
MICHIGAN WOMEN'S
ANNUAL LUNCHEON
BARBOUR GYMNASIUM
Saturday, March 31, 12 o'clock
Tickets 50c for undergraduates
All others, 75c

The following appeared for spring
football practice yesterday afternoon:
Captain Smith.
Hildner.
Ernst.
Zapp.
Woods.
Riley.
Cadwell
Tuttle.
Rychener.
Cohen.
Willard.
Hitchcock.
A. Goetz.
Wright.
Schmidt.
Wilson.
Matulsky.
McAlpine.
Wolfe.
Osburn.
Stotzer.
Snook.
Hammels.
Gillespie.
Knox.
We4son. a
Futch.
Mcl.aughlin.
Emery.
31oulthrop.
Cotter.
Mooney.
Haan.
Sheldon.
Wellford.
Weideman.
A. M. Boyd.
Leer.
EXHIBITION TO START
I-N 8BROUR GYM TODAY
SCHOOLMASTERS TO ATTEND
MEET AS GUESTS OF
DEPARTMENT
Programs for the annual demonstra-
tion of the department of physical
education for women have been posted
in Barbour gymnasium, and show a
varied offering in drills, dances, and
apparatus work, concluding with an
odd-even basketball game.
Members of the Schoolmasters' club
will be the guests of the department
at the exhibition, which will begin
promptly at 4:10 o'clock this after-
noon. All other spectators are re-
quired to present cards of admission,
which may be secured at the office of
Miss Alice Evans, director.
Owing to the importance of the
demonstration in the competition for
the interclass athletic cup, the 80 rep-
resentatives of the freshman and
sophomore classes who are to appear
in the drills are expected to put forth
their best efforts for military pre-
cision and posture. Every girl taking

requireu wori will participate in the WRESTLERS DECIDE
dancing. TWO NEW TITLES
Miss Helen Maxey, supervisor of'
physical education in Detroit schools,
together with Miss Elizabeth Yocum t Pollack and Plank Divide Honors in
and Miss Jessie Whittam, physical di- Finals of Fast Mat
1 ectors in Detroit Northern and Cen- Tourney
tral high schools, respectively, will
judge the competition. Two new campus wrestling cham-
pions won their laurels yesterday
I can duplicate any lens. J. L. when James Pollack put Davies on his
Chapman, Optrometrist and Jeweler. shoulders in the welterweight finals,
and Joe Planck won a decision over
Try a Michigan Daily Want-Ad. i Lewis.

Grueling from start to finish was :landed his man with a wing hold, and
the match between Planck and Lewis. after a short struggle cinched the
For 15 minutes, the full time of the welterweight title.
bout, neither man could gain a de-
cisive advantage over the other. Five Estimates gladly given on any kind
times Planek obtained the face hold of painting, tinting, papering, etc. C.
on his opponent, but could not main- H. Major & Co. F-eod
tain his advantage. The match was
finally awarded to Planck because of MICHIGAN WOMEN'S
his aggressiveness, but Lewis was far ANNUAL LUNCHEON
from outclassed. BARBOUR GYMNASIUM
Jim Pollack started into Davies Saturday, March 31, 12 o'clock
with a rush. After four and a half Tickets 50c for undergraduates
minutes of artistic tumbling, Pollack All others, 75c

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the American College Girl!
Certainly in most features they express her-
The athletic grace of the belted coats and skirts and
sweaters and frocks-
Their daintycolorings-roses, dull blue, old gold and
vivid green-
The soft, practical jersey silks-
Everything about them is expressive of youth and
grace!
A girl's wardrobe may consist almost entirely of
sports clothes and still be exceedingly practical and well-
chosen.
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