her handicap with which the
games of this year competed and
will be cut out next year, was
ne. The series was started so
ais year that the time had been
ed on Nov. 1 before the season
pened, so that most of the games
mded in semi or total darkness.
difficulty will be overcome by
ig the series earlier in the year,
nding the season before the
e in time.
ball among the classes, and the
nterfraternity game, has been
his year more to revive the in-
of the campus in the sport, than
ermine 'the strongest team in
. Next year more elaborate
will be laid, and.a record-break-
st of entries is expected by the
No word having been received from
Windsor in regard to a game this a.ft-
ernoon with the Ontario team the soc-
cer' team will.play Ypsilanti instead.
Friday afternoon the team 'ahd a
good work-out, when'about 25 fellows
from the Ann Arbor high were kind
enough to give the team a little prac-
tice in a one-sided game which faintly
resembled real soccer. The high school
lads knew little about the game and
the older and 'more experienced Uni-
versity team had no trouble ih scoring
repeatedly. The Michigan goal keep-
er was then given to the high school
team and the scores came at longer
The game this afternoon, if played,
.will take place at Ypsilanti and the
team wil meet at Quarry's drug store
between 12:30 and 12:45 o'clock in or-
der to have the picture for the Michi-
ganensian taken before proceeding to
One week from today the Roses of
Detroit. the present undefeated state
champions, are coming to Ann Arbor
for a ga~me with Michigan.
Tackle Huffman for State Captain
Columbus, Dec. 12.-Huffman, left
tackle on 'the Ohio State football elev-
en, was elected captain of the 1920
team.. This is the second year that
Huffman has played as regular in the
line. His first year was in 1917, when
the State team won the Conference
TEN ENTER UNION
Ten students have already signed
'up for the straight rail billiard tour- oiiiuIIgInIniIIIIiiiIIIi11i1i1i1iiiiiltiPii
nament which is to take place -gin-
ning next Tuesday, Dec.. 18, at th. uGAPiR BOWL
Union. Taylor wants five more en-
tries before the opening of the tourna---
ment. All entrants must pay a $2 -The Home Manufacturing
fee before Monday night. ,House. All Candies made
The men already enteredhave sow n our kitchen. Fancy boxes
exceptional ability at 'the gaime ii ''
previous tournaments. .It is expected _ in large and small sizes. _
that if Richard Gale, '22E, performssM
up to his usual standard, he will make
a strong bid for first honors. !illi111llt1111111111 1111111111111111111.11:
A large silver cup will go' to the
Winner .of the event The competitors
will nat have to -pay fr t h 'use of
tables for tournament ijiatches.
are curve c
i s ..
To-day you buy
quality and ,fit to
;i the best custom
all the style,
a misunderstanding as to
the swimming meet ,be-
)etroit Athletic club and
swimming team of the
as postponed from Friday
tonight. Originally an-
Friday evening, it was
the D. A. C. had the date
for Saturday evening. The
w be held this evening at
the city "Y."
ule of seven events, to-
the entries, is given be-
,ndred yard. crawl, Mich=
die, #Iyde; D. A.:C.; Rob-
xon; 40 yard back stroke,
>hnson, Myers; 'D. A. C.,
e Nixon; fancy diving,
pldsmith, White, Grayson;
is. Dave Nixon:' 40 yard
THE REASON IS OBVI O US.
A DESIRE TO EXCEL, THE
ABILITY TO OBTAIN THE
BEST TAILORING BRAINS, A
SYSTEM OF MAKING THAT.
CONSIDERS EACH INDIVIDUAL
GARMEN'T AS SUITED TO AN
° / e. ¢:
TO FIT YOU.
A. C.; 160
Ranoal; D. A.
, Dctn Nixon,
' 50 cents will
If You Can't Play.
Old Age Has
A great philosopher once said,
that the way for a man to live
long is "always to be a boy."
Folks who can play never
You'd be surprisedto' find how
many people find the ancient
game of "ten pins" a real recre-
ation and gloom-chaser.
Come- in today and watch the
bowlers. Try a game or two
and get the kinks out of your
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candles. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"
Lutz Clothing Store
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/i11 .5 11 A _
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anship-when many makers
rificing QUALITY to meet the
for QUANTITY. They mean
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GRAM OF ENSEMBLE MUSIC.
CAROLYN BEEBE, Pianist and Director
PIERRE HENRIOTTE and HERBERT SOMAN, Violi
SAMUEL LIFSCHEY, Viola
PAUL KEFER, 'Cello
EMIL MIX, Double
GUSTAVE LANGENUS, Clarinet
WILLIAM KINCAID, Flute
HENRI DE BOSSCHER, (
UGO SAVOLINI, Bassoon
JOSEPH FRANZL, French Horn
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$2.06, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50; Single Concerts-$t.00, $1.50, $2.00. On Sale at S<
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