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The Michigan Daily, 1917-04-05

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

NAgME MEMBERS OF
TEM FO ECN EAO,
ALLCMPSTEAM
*
Eniery, Lokker, Miller, McPlhee, and *
Cohen Make 1917 Mythical *
Quintet
MILLER AND LOKKER MAKE *
TEAM FOR SECOND SEASON *

* * * * * * * * * * *
THE DAILY'S ALL-CAMPUS
BASKETBALL TEAM OF 1917
First Team. Second Team.
Emery.......L.F......Hewlett
Lokker.........R.F........ Cook
Miller.........C........ Clark
McPhee.......L.G......Brown
Cohen ..........R.G....... Palma
Honorable mentions-Forwards,
Shelley, Edison, Weathers, Case,
Brown, Sparks. Centers, Bjork,
McClintock, Elmer Cress. Guards,

* Lowe, Cartwright, Wieman. *
hewlett, Cook, Clark, Brown, and L twe, , Wi*man. *
Palma Get Places on See-
ond Outfit r Sp ing
Choosingcan all-campus basketball 7 l rnout 'Neav r
team in accordance with a precedent ,
established by The Daily several years-
ago, is harder this year than it ever Buzz Catlett made his initial ap-
has been in the past. The teams that pearance last night in coaching spring
played in the final round were all so football practice. The men were given
evenly matched and presented such a a hard work out, in passing, kicking,
bunch of good players that it was ex- running back punts, and running in
tremely difficult to pick a first team. squads.
The two teams chosen can be switched There is but one niore workout be-
around without materially changing fore vacation and Pat Smith desires
the comparative strength. every one who can possibly do so to
Emery of the soph lits earned the show up at Ferry field today. The
title position of left forward by virtue bunch last evening was rather disap-
of the excellent brand of basketball pointing but it is hoped to make up for
displayed by him in the last two con- it this afternoon.
tests of the season. He is a fast man Rammels, last year's All-fresh end
and plays a clean, aggressive and con- showed up well in the passing end of
sistent game and can be depended the practice. Catlett was aided in
upon in the point getting. his instructing by Gracey, veteran
As Emery's running mate, Lokker Varsity guard.
of the senior laws, has no equal. The
little barrister made the all-campus Jnmny Archer Signs with Cubs
team last year and has developed Chicago, April 4.-Jimmy Archer,
greatly since then. He plays a type Chicago hold-out, signed a one-year
of basketball similar to that presented contract today and will join the Na-
by his partner and is a dependable tional leaguers when they return Mon-
'Shot. i nrfr+ nrn nimt~ nn na

CAMPUS CHAMPIONSHIP
GOES TO SENIOR LITS
SET NEW CLASS RELAY RECORD
IN 12-YARD DEFEAT OF
'20E MEN
Running 2:03 4-5 and setting a new
track record for class relays, the
senior lits won the campus title yes-
terday afternoon.
The fresh lits rank second, the fresh
engineers third and the medics fourth.
Each member of the senior lit team
receives a cup in addition to his nu-
merals from the Athletic association.
All four teams are awarded their nu-
merals.
Theamedics were deprived of a
chance to compete for championship
honors when Darnall failed to appear,
but they hardly could have wrested
the crown from the senior lits as their
fastest time all season is over a sec-
ond slower than the mark established
by the seniors yesterday.
The senior lits were represented by
Anderson, Fitzgerald, Augspurger,
and Carson. The lits ran against the
fresh engineers and the latter were
set a yard when their first man
jumped the gun. Anderson added an-
other yard and Fitzgerald started
Augspurger three yards to the good.
Auxie picked up several more and
Carson finally romped home 12 yards
ahead of the engineers' anchor man.
The engineers were represented by
Cuthbert, Humphrey, Hartman, and
Keidanz.
Becker, Darnall, O'Brien, Kretz-
schmar, and Hamill have competed
for the medics, while the fresh lits
were represented by Bergazin, Nash,
Smith, and Messner.

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Men at football practice last even-
ing
CAPTAIN SMITH.

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HILDNER.
SHELDON.
WELLFORD.
BOYD.
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ERNST.
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WE STON.
FUTCH.
MATULSKI.
TUTHILL.
MOULTHROP.
ZASTROW.

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FRESHMEN WOMEN TAKE CUP
BY WINNING FROM SOPHOMORES
After being tied in the demonstra-
tion work, the freshmen women yes-
terday established themselves as win-
ners of the athletic meet by taking
25 points to the sophomores' 15.
The freshmen made a cleanup in
the two events, and secured a first
and third in the swing jump, giving
them too commanding a lead for the
second year women to overcome.
The winners will receive a cup.

The Students' Favorite

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day.
'rry a Michigan Daily Want Ad

RESERVES TAKE COUNT
WHEN GLENN HURLS, 4-2,
ATRLETES BECOME GLOOMY AS
AUTHORITIES PUT BAN ON
CONTESTS

Patronize Daily Advertisers.

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What was probably the last practice
for 1917 scheduled baseball contests
kept the Varsity squad busy yesterday
afternoon, when the first string candi-
dates walloped the reserves 4-2 in
four innings.
Gloom became paramount when it
was announced after practice that the
southern trip as well as all scheduled
games had been canceled by the ath-
letic board.
Parks .and Glenn, the stars of the
1916 All-fresh pitching staff were the
opposing hurlers. Errors were prob-
ably more the cause of Parks' efeat
than any heavy swatting by the reg-
ulars. The feature of the game was a
fast double play, Parks to Birmingham
to Kirchgessner. When Walterhouse
laid a beautiful bunt down the first
base line the pitcher got to it in time
to throw George out at first and Birmyx
nailed Cooper.
The coach refused to comment upon
the abandonment of the trip south as
well as regards any further practice
by the squad. It is probable, how-
ever, that practice will continue un-
less a contrary mandate is issued
from the athletic office. What effect
the decree of the Executive committee
of the board in control will have on
the activities of the baseballers has
not yet been outlined by the athletic
authorities.
Maltby Swings
Axe on Freshmen
Coach Maltby is cutting his All-
fresh baseball candidates fast and in
carload lots these days. Sixty-nine
candidates still- survive.
Owing to the size of the squad and
the lack of practice the initial prac-
tice on Ferry field was but light. Al-
though rather early in the season for
predictions, Dwyer and Van Cleff look
like promising moundsmen. Four short
stops, Sheldon, Wimbles, Van Boven,
and Knode look good.
Those still on the list follow:
Pitchers-Dinwiddie, Dwyer, Wood,
Schafarik, Van Cleff, Doyle, Rogers,
Young, Larson, Westcott, Jacobi, Bush,
Emerson, Running, Vancouch, Con-
rad.
Catchers-Weadock, Starrett, Beaul-
lieu, Genebach.
First basemen-Gilmartin, Ander-
son, Bowerman, Cohn.
Second basemen-Zapp, MacVeigh,
Carpenter. Graham, Miranda, Freeman.
Shortstops-Cotter, Sheldon, Hause,
Wimbles, Van Boven, Knode.
Third basemen--Froemke, Fry, Edi-
son, Zamek.
Outfielders-Warner, Corcoran, An-
derson, Langenhang, Parker, Hahn,'
McGuire, Wilt, Genebach, Miller, Ba-
con, Hayes, Sedelmeger, West, Fra-
lick. Cress. Leising. Swift, Nelson,

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