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The Michigan Daily, 1919-12-09

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Track managers and assistant
track managers must .report at
Waterman gymnasium in the aft-
ernoons. Although there has
been no official call for track
men, many are working out daily,
and some of the men that are
out for nianagerships are need-
ed on hand to help.

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TAYLOR AT UNION
George Spears, who claims, the
straight rail billiard championship of
the United States, will appear Monday
night at the Union in a balkline match
with Al Taylor, The visitor is un-
doubtedly one of the best billiard
e ponents in America and the affair
should prove an interesting one. Tay-
lor's ability, at te game is well
known to ; all frequenters of the
Union 'billiard and pool room.
'Spears will also give 'an exhibition
of fancy shots after the match. With
the exception of George Peterson of
St. Louis, he is unquestionably the
finest fancy shot in the country. This
will be an attraction to many of the
students, inasmuch as such an exhi-
bition has not been given here for,
several years.'
Prospects for the.straight rail tour-
nament which is going to commence
the latter part of the week are.
bright. A' good number of entries are

in, but several more are needed to
make up the 15 required. Men. de
siring to compete should enter their
names immediately.
SEABLE AND DUNPHY TIE FOR
1919 FRESHMAN GRID LEADER
Results of the electionfor captain
of he freshman football team show a
tie between Searle and. Dunphy. Both
men obtained an equal number of
votes. A second vote will be held
on these two names at a meeting of
the squad on Thursday evening at
7:15 o'clock in Waterman gym. Coach
Mather wants all of the 20 men who
made their monogram in freshman
football to be sure and report at this
meeting.
Typewriting promptly and neatly
done. 0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Ar-
cade-Adv.
L. C. Smith, Corona and skQond-
,hand typewriters. 0. D. Morrill, 17
Nickels Arcade.--Adly.

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Gifts

For

TRAC MEET,
HNISAN JUNE 5

AND BLUE WILL
ELEVEN DIAMOND
- CONTESTS

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Ls will continue
er part? of the Next year will be the first time in
e time to come. history the Conference tradk meet will
o carry a squad be held at Ann Arbor. The date .set
gghout the sea- for the event is June 5.
ether cut in the The decision to award the meet to
re many more Michigan next year was made at the
to be able to meeting of the athletic directors! and
o action in the managers oftthe Big Ten schools held
end. In this last Saturday at Chicago. Coming as
.e on his men it does with Michigan holding the
re. Conference track championship and
s a team for' Carl Johnson, the greatestindividual
essly grooming performer who has ever attended the
, Coach Mather Wolverine school, as track captain,
ientor at that the success of the event is practically
ut teams that assured in advance.
in this part of 11 Baseball Games
years his men The football, baseball and track
on their own schedules for all the Conference col-
to repeat such leges for the coming seasons were al-
here at Mich, so announced. Michigan has 11 games
ciates ,his feel- scheduled with Big Ten institutions.
ard. The men Two contests each are to be played
physica'condi- with Chicago, Wisconsin,' Iowa, Ohio'
actice show an State and Illinois, while Purdue comes
ho shall begin here for one game. The dpener is
as stated that with Chicago here on May 1 and the
nnounced until season closes with a contest at Madi-
whistle blows. son with the Badgers on' June 7.
The track schedule is not fully de-
D. A. C. termined as yet, but it is known that
[ERE FRIDAY beside the Conference meet here in
June the Maize and Blue athletes Will
meet the Maroons in a dual affair at
e Detroit Ath- Chicago on Ma'y 15 and another one_
the city Y.M with Illinois here May 29.

A R\CADE
CAFETERIA
--
Nickels Arcade Up the Stairs
Hey Boy! Have You Tasted TheGo
Food At The ARCADE ?
Pure foods at low prices, prepared by experts.
Everything displayed on our forty-foot steam and
serving tables.
Select just what appeals to your own individual
appetite.
Bakery goods fresh from our own ovens.
Delicious coffee with rich Jersey bream.
Kindness, courtesy, and good service prevail here.

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Watches and Chains
Scarf Pins and Tie Cl
Cuff Links and Studs
Cigarette Cases and

Match Boxes and Poc
Knives
Fraternity Jewelry
Belt Buckles and
Toilet Articles

Efficent Servce' By fail

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1-Chicago, at Michigan.
7--Purdue at Michigan.
8-Wisconsin at Michigan.
15-Chicago at Chicago.
17-Iowa at Iowa.
20-Ohio State at Ohio State.
22-Iowa at Michigan.
29-Illinois at Michigan.
2-Ohio State at Michigan.
5-Illinois at Illinois.
7-Wisconsin at Wisonsin.

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R TEAM WILL PRACTICE
DAY TOR GAME WEDNESDAY
er practice for t11 who hope to
i the game with Ypsilanti Wed-
afternoon will take place this
oon at 3 o'clock. No regular
ce has been held for quite a
and with the first official con-
ut one day off it is imperative
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ow holds the cham-
ddle west in swim-
Ln team does not~
the opportunity to
i good swimming is
especially at this
rts are being made
Jnion pool so that
men will have a
awn in which to
ts sort should tend
rest in swimming
rs of the team, as

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MEET
Fun, good health, good nature
and good, cheer are always, in
evidence when bowlers meet.
When exercise takes the form
of play it is worth hours of grim
calisthenics with the dumb-
bells.
Keep fit. Keep in trim. Stu-
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Get in the game today.
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