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ger report at Waterman
asium. between 4 and 5
,k Wednesday or Thuirs-

MILLURL NLAI
ON VRSITY LIST

TO BEGIN

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MITCHELL TO U HRE'ORGANIZ

Comparative Scores Dope Opponents
for Fast Performance
Saturday
MATHER PLEASED BY RESULTS
ACCOMPLISHED ON EXCURSION

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e held at

With a successful holiday trip be-
SOCIETY AND DEPARTMENTAL ' hind it the Varsity basketball team
CONTESTS TO PRECEDE resumed regular workouts last night.
CLASS GAMES Coach Mather appears well satisfied
with the results of the vacation jour-
Intramural basketball opens this ney.
week what promises to be the -bent Wallop AimOur'
season that the court game has ever;. The next game will be that with┬░

Although there will be no, Varsity1
hockey team this year there ia
strong probability that interclass and
interfraternity teams will be- given
good workouts and material for a pos-
sible next year's Varsity team will be
lined up.r
Entries Heavy
Entries'for the interclass and inter-
fraternity teams have come in well,
up to date, according to Coach Mitch-
ell and there is no doubt that two
strong leagues will -be working
throughoutthe rest of the winter.
"Practice will be started next Mon-
day," said Coach Mitchell, "and if
it is possible the schedules will be
started without much delay. The in-
.terclass play will be a regtlar series
of games, each team getting its
chances to play whether defeated or
not. The interfraternity league will
play on the elimination basis as 'there
are so many more teams than in the
'clashrleague.
Rh*k Reserved

VI IDL'S

Give our GRIDDLE CAKES, TOAST and C(
a trial. Table and counter service. Our 35c and 40c
Dinners save you money.

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seen at Michigan. Three leagues will
start play in the next 10 days, with a
total enrollment of about 55 teams.
In addition to this series, the newly
organized foul shooting 'contest should
reveal some talent and make the work
of the society and departmental man-
agers easier in the selection of their

lags- teams.

Start Foul Shooting

tney will The foul shooting contest starts to-
lass. The day, and any candidate will secure at-
11 be out- tention if he reports at Waterman
day when gymnasium from 1 to 3, or 7 to 8
,ross, and o'clock. A cup, with suitable inscrip-
tion, will be awarded to the winner of
will take the contest. In addition to the prize
this year, offered, this will be a good opportunity
I from the for players to get on any teams for
iigible to 'which they are eligible.
anthat The fraternity league will open Mon-
given at- day, Jan. 12, and teams desiring to
son. and practice will be given a ball an'd a
portunity court at the gym from 10 to 3 o'clock
: a place Wednesday to Saturday, and 7-. to 8
hat there o'clock Wednesday to Friday. Any
eting, and member of the fraternity, except those
for prac- men that have won an "M" in basket-
ball or men on the Varsity and all-
fresh court squads, is eligible for the
tunity for leagu~e. Any fraternity may enter more
this year, than one team in the race, but the men
eds many on one team must, stay with that team
he mana- until it is eliminated, after which they
urged to can join the other quintet. While both
nanagers' teams are in the race they must be
separate organizations. ' This rule
tholds oty in the fraternity league, in
A D the other two classes members of elim-
VAR K ated teams must cease, playing, even

Hillsdale, Saturday night of this week.'
The opposing team is an unusually'
strong one and is likely to make a;
Michigan victory hard to obtain. In
order to show the strength of the
Hillsdale aggregation it might be not-
.ed that Armour institute- of Chicago'
was defeated by this team 44 to -18,
while the University of Chicago was.
only able to nose out the Armour five-
18 to 14.
The question which' now arises is
whether the Michigan team will per-
form as well on the home floor as it
has done on foreign courts: If. the
Wolverine quintet is able to do this,
the court fans should see some good
performances on the part .of members'
of the Varsity in the near future.
Sldft* Probable
Besides the men whoa went on the
trip Mather is watching McPhee, Sul-'
livan and Miller. Any one of this trio
is likely to get a tryout at a Varsity
berth if he shows up well in practice.
The coach says- that there is still a
chance for new candidates, especial-
ly good running guards. If there, are
any such men on the campus who have
not yet come out, Mather wishes them
to report to him at once..
Pirof. Frayer Speaks in Grand Rapids
* Prof. William A. Frayer of the his-
tory department, delivered the first of
the series of University extension lec-
tures yesterday before the Tuesday
class of the Ladies' Literary club, in
Grand. Rapids. "Russian Revolution
and Bolshevism," was. the topic dis-
csed.

"The engagement of Weinberg's
rink for the teams flive times a week
made this (possible but it is hoped that
we may have a University rinlt next
year. A part of the rink will be re-
served for the. Varsity men beginning
Monday and the practice will be regu-
lar from that time."
Speaking of the possiblities of a
Varsity team next year Coach Mitch-
ell said that there were many things
to be considered but if enough inter-
est was shown this year. and if a rink,
could be seaired by the University be
would favor one.
Miss Huberta VanDeinse, Martha
Cook Bldg., won the Randall Studio
$25.00 advertising prize. Published in
today's issueg Tomorrow: ad by Mark
K. Ehlbert of Michigan Daily staff.
Sunday Prof. Brumm consented to
write this ad. Announcement will be
made later when. the ads written by
the following will dppear: R. E. Mc-
Kean, 620 S., State; Roscoe R. Rau,
1003 E.. Huron St.; W. P. Sanford,
1003 E. Huron St.; Maurice Breman,
City 'Y", and Walter R. Carl, 616 S.
Division. Follow these up and reason
for yourself, why Miss Van Deinse's
ad was the best.-Adv.
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank'
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Suiplus, $560,000.00
R4sourees........$4,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.

512 EAST WILLIAM STREET
Block and half from Campus
For Traveling Anywhere Anydnm
YOU WILL ENJOY USING THE
A. B. A. Travelers' Checks as issued by this bank. Ti
come in denominations of $10, $20, $50 and $100, are cash
by Banks, Hotels, Railroads, etc., without identification.
FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK,
101.105 SOUTH MAIN STREET 830 SOUTH STATE STRE
(Nickels Arcade)

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if other teams representing their de--I_________
partment are still in the,running. Fra- Prof. Sellars to Lecture in ┬░Detroit
ternities that wish to enter two teams prof. RoylWS eturs if tetroit
decde'Prof. Roy W. Sellars of the philos-
are given, until Friday night to decide ophy department, will deliver the first
their entries n r rof a series of lectures to members of
AL O penfoEpn triesthe Twentieth Century club of Detroit,
All society and departmental teams ,on Thursday afternoon. "IThe address-
must enter at the Athletic office at will deal with "The Rise of Political
once. Due to the loose organization Democracy."
prevailing in most of the campus so- Dmcracy._
cieties and departments the men that l1ichigan Song Books, Memory
wish to play should call the Athletic Books Jewelery, Pillows, etc.,,etc., at
office, where they will be put in touch Bahrs Univery Bokst.,e.At
- Wahr's University Bookstores.-Adv.
with their respective managers. Any
group that wishes to enter one of
these leagues can do so by organiz-
ing and having the manager report to
Director Mitchell at the Athletic of-

rdhams &
State Street at, the A rcade

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are at
the part
being
roit Ju-
Coach
men in
ch will
weeks.

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fice.
Any , player can play in two of the
three leagues, but cannot go in all of
them. When the players that will rep-
resent the classes, in the, second se-
mester, are picked they will be judged
largely from the manner in which they
played in the games this semester.
Fraternities have been given until
Friday night to enter. The drawings
will be made Saturday and announced
in The Daily Sunday morning.
Gilberts and Webers Chocolates in
any size for Xmas at CUSHING'S
PHARMACY.-Adv.

Suits and vercoats
We have decided to make a reduced price on all Young Men's Suits ar
coats in odd sizes and broken lots. All good styles, fine pure wool fabrics

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good'range of colors.

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Four Groups of Stylish and Desirable Suits
Lot Lot 2 Lot 3 Lot 4
Priced regularly up to $32.00 Priced regularly up to $35.00 Priced regularly up to $42.00 Priced regularly up 'to

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very sum, small or
us doubles in ten
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100 Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits;, Values from $35.00 to $60.00, at 15 per cent off
Seven Groups of Men's Warm, Comfortable Overcoats

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Good Tables, Good Cues,
Good Service.
To get real enjoyment out of a
game of billiards, the equipment
must be top-notch.
You want good tables-sound
cushions and new, clean cloth.
You want good cues-well-bal-
anced, of the right weight, with
tip that hold the chalk.
You want good service-attend-
ants who are quick to anticipate
your needs.
You'll find the best of service
-and equipment here. Come in
and play a game or two, today.
H USTONBROS.-
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candies. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right
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$40.00 VALUES'
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$35.00 VALUES.
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$80.00 IVALUES
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This Sale Is Now Going On at the Big Store of

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THE HOME OF HART,' SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES
Southwest Corner of Main and Washington Sts.

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