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isappointment. Rupp and Chaille werethe strong men and did much for their team. At Miami, Levering and Kirtsing were good. Captain Beattywas the best for Kenyon, Allen and Stewart did well at Witten-berg; Miller at center and Gibson at guard were Ohiosstrongest; Easton of Cincinnati shows much class althoughmuch inclined to overlook team work. Case school put out ateam for the first time in the school history. As usual there were some strong te^ms outside of the Con-ference. Hiram College had a good season, though winningeight and losing six is below their usual form. Buchtel Collegedid well, although not as good as last year. St. Marys Collegeof Dayton won all their games, but played only at home. Ken-tucky State College had the best record in their district, win-ning all their games. Allegheny College of Meadville, Pa., hada fine season, winning eleven out of twelve games played,numbering among their victories one over the famous BuffaloGermans. MILWAUKEE (WIS.) STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
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3ACflEP HEART COLLEGE TEAM. PRAIRIE DU CHIEN, WIS. 750 250 ooo 000 SPALDINGS ATHLETIC LIBRARY. 91 Review of the Wisconsin CollegiateBasket Ball Season By Emmett D. Angell. Collegiate Championship. Normal School CJiampionship. Won. Lost. PC. Won. Lost. PC. Milwaukee 3 i -750 Milwaukee 5 i .833 Ripon 3 2 .600 Oshkosh 3 i Lawrence 2 3 .400 La Crosse i 3 Carroll 2 4 .323 Whitewater o 3 Stevens Point o 4 The collegiate basket ball season in Wisconsin proved to beone of the best series of contests for the championship everfought out in the State. The general adoption of the collegiaterules by both the normal schools and the colleges raised thequality of play and gave satisfaction to players and spectators. The game played by the normal school teams has shownmarked improvement. This improvement is due to the installa-tion of collegiate courses in the various normal schools, forwrhich credit is given at the State University. Many men of ath-letic ability are now attracted to the normal school
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