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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TITLE GOES TO SOPH
,LITS FOR_ SECOND TIME
COOK ANI) ReCLINTOCK SHO0W
OLD BASKET ABILITY;
SCORE 24-16
For the second time the soph lit ag-
gregation won the campus basketball
championship last night by defeating
the fresh engineers to the tune of 24
to 16. The lit team copped the
laurels last year as freshmen.
Both teams earned the right to com-
pete for the championship by defeat-
ing their opponents in the semifinal
round last Saturday night. The soph
hits were picked to win the champion-
ship early in the season because all
their men were back in school and
playing. The first year bridgebuilders
were an unknown quantity. They
won all their games up to last night
while the lits lost one game to the
junior lits and tied this aggregation
in one other contest.
The freshmen started with a jump
but soon weakened and the score at
the end of the first half stood 8 to 6 in
favor of the men from the literary
college. In the second half the fresh
boilermakers came back strong and
dropped two baskets before the sophs
could recover from the shock. Cook
then caged a few for the lits which
put them ahead and kept them in the
lead until the final whistle blew. Cook
and McClintock helped the' second
year 1 lin the point getting while
Edison and Weathers showed form for
the bridgebuilders.
Numerals will be awarded to the
players of both teams by the Athletic
association while the men on the two
teams which played in the semifinals
will be given numerals by their
classes.
The lineup for last night's game is
as follows:
FRESH EN O SOPH LITS.
Weathers.......R.F......... Cook
Edison......L.......... Emery
Biork...........C..... McClintock
McPhee..........R.G...... Wieman
Lowe.. ........L.G.... ..Hanish
Substitutions - fresh engineers,
Fletcher for Biork, Day for Weathers.
ARSITY ATHLETICS' GO
IF WAR IS DECARED?
COACHES WILL STAY TO TAKE
CHARGE OF INTERCLASS
AFFAIRS
Does it take a mere declaration of
war or does it require actual hostil-
ities to cancel Varsity athletics? The
answer to that question is not definite-
ly known by any of the athletic au-
thorities.
The prevailing opinion is that the
simple declaration was intended by
the board of regents in their resolu-
tion of last Friday. Director Bartelme
stated that although he had not seen
the exact wording, that after a talk
with Secretary Smith his impression
is that the declaration will terminate
all Varsity schedules. The Regents'
resolution applies to all branches of
Varsity sport.
In any case the Varsity coaches will
remain here to keep the athletes in
shape, though there will be no Varsity
games. An effort will be made to
substitute interclass sports as far as
possible, and the, coaches will help
further that plan.
Until the point is settled, Varsity
sports will continue, there being good
authority for the opinion that it will
take the opening of hostilities to cut
off activities.
Coach Lundgren announced yester-
day that there will be practice for the
baseball squad every day this week,
rain or shine, and every man is ex-
pected daily. Pending the report of
the eligibility committee there is little
chance of a cut being made in theA
squad, although the coach anticipates
such action before the latter part of
the week.
PRACTICE IN WOMEN'S SPORTS
COMMENCES AFTER -UCATION
Regular practice in women's spring
sports will begin after vacation
and lists for baseball and the second

annual tennis tournament are already
posted on the bulletin board in Bar-
bour gymnasium. Palmer field has been
fenced and put in good condition in
preparation for the coming season,
while both upper and lower tennis
courts have been regraded and pro-
vided with additional drains.
The issue of the fall tournament,
which has remained uncertain be-
cause of the advent of cold weather
before the class champions
Louise Irish, '18, and Lucy fiuffman,
'20, could play off the final match,
will be decided, during the first week
of the spring term, the date not yet
definitely determined.
Interest in women's athletics is cen-
tered this week on the interclass ap-
paratus meet to take place at 4 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon. The tie for the
athletic cup which was the result of
the competitive demonstration will be
played off by 60 representatives of the
freshman and sophomore classes.
War Won't Call Off Penn Relays
Philadelphia, April 2.-- Indications
pont that the annual Penn relays,
scheduled for the latter part of this
month, will not be called off if war
comes. A declaration of war will un-
doubtedly result in many of the teams
not being present. The entry list,
which closed today, shows the meet
will have the biggest number of en-
trants ever present provided the coun-
try is not at war with Germany.
Dancing classes and private lessons
at the Packard Academy. tf

FOOTBALL MEN GET HOLIDAY;
POST-VACATION PLANS UNKNOWWN
Captain Pat Smith gave his mole-
skin athletes a holiday yesterday be-
cause of the mass meeting, but prac-
tice will continue the next three days.
Pat was uncertain last night as to
the course of action a declaration of
war will have upon after vacation
practice.
There is opportunity in The Michi-
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SECON \D ROUND OF HANDBALL
SINGLES TOURNEY COMPLETED
Entrants in the handball tourna-
ment are urged by Manager Reilly to
play off their matches this week that
the winners may be decided before va-
cation.
Play in the second round of the
singles was completed yesterday. Reil-
ly defeated Wickett in a hard fought

battle, 15-9, 15-11. Raymond elimin-, session scheduled for the All-fresh ises to exceed the coach's former e
ated Rau 15-11, 15-8. Reed won from baseball squad yesterday afternoon pectations. There is much compe
Bottimer 15-2, 15-1. Martin easily con- was confined to the gymnasium. tion for the short stop and third ba
quered Alden 15-3, 15-1. In the doubl- Coach Maltby expects to make a cut positions. Practice will be held
es, Broberg and Wickett carried off today. The pitching staff has showed the gymnasium from 1 to 3 o'clock
the honors from Smith and Beaulieux marked improvement lately, and prom- day.
15-3, 15-2.

Rain Keeps Fresh Baseball Men Inside
Because of the lowering visage of
the Weather Man, the outdoor practice

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