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have been un-
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FOUL SHOOTING CONTEST! (Continued from Page One)
Coach Farrell feels the need of dist-
MITCHELL PLEASED WITH RE. ance runners. New material in the
SULTS OF FIRST DAY'S distance runs must be developed.'
WORK There are no veterans left in these
- events. Captain Sedgwick of fast
Competition in the basket shooting year's Varsity has graduated. His ab-
contest under the auspices of Intra- ; sence leaves Steve without a strong
mural Director'Mitchell was opened man for the mile or two mile.. Men
yesterday afternoon by 30 participants who run the distance are almost sure
and continued in the evening by a of a berth on the squad if they will
score..of cup seekers. come out now for practice.
High scores of the afternoon as re- Five Point Winners Back
corded from 50 throws were hung up, Of the men who scored points in
by the following men: N. Lorah, '21, last year's outdoor Conference meet,
37; T. Pettibone, '22E, 34; C. C. Pie-! five are back this year, ..They are
tro, '23,, 30; R. Reason, '23E, 29; G. Captain Johnson, Losch, Cook, Wes-
Foster, '22E, 29. brook, and Baker. Pat Smith who fig-
Entries Still Open ured in the weights, and Sedgwick
Play in this contest is still open for who handled the distances are the
entries and will be continued until only men lost through graduation.
Friday night.' Director Mitchell de- Later, a man who placed in the Con-
clared himself satisfied with the large ference meet two years ago, has re-
turn-out and stated that in case the turned to school after having been ,n
entries continued to come large the army and is- working out with
numbers a second trophy might possi- Steve. Another likely looking man
bly be awarded. All men wishing to who is back is Hardell. With practice
enter the tourney may do so by re- he is expected to make a good showing
porting at Waterman gym from 10 to in the quarter mile. .,Beardsley, a
12 o'clock in the morning 1 to 3 good hurdler, has taken his place
o'clock in the afternoon, or between among those who have returned and
7 and 8 o'clock in the evening. At is counted upon as a strong team mate
these hours the competition will be for Captain Johnson in these events.

the Iowa football team, and chosen
by some critics for their All-Western
elevens, has been appointed to the
United States Military academy at
West Point. Belding has two morn
years at Iowa and it is not certain
whether he will accept the appoint-
ment.

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News.-Adv.

BEAT NORTHWEST.
ERN IN CLOSE CONTEST
a beat Northwestern in a
basketball game Saturday
14. The game looked like.
ay at the end of the first
core then being 14 to 3, but
'4
came back strong in the
iod and succeeded in scor-
ts to Minnesota's 5.
Ibert wrote today's Randall
d. Professor Brumm's ad
r Sunday.-Adv.

f , .
Worry Your Head Off
If You Want To
-but if you're wise, you'll forget all
your worries after school hours.
Shake off your .troubles when the whistle
blows and you shut up your desk for the
day. Come to HUSTON BROS. and play
a few games of billiards.
No game ever invented gives more pleas-
ure and nothing is more restful than an
hour or so spent over a billiard table.
HUSTON- BROS.
Billiards - and Bowling, Cigars
andCandies. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"

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supervised and recorded by Coach At the present time, L
Mitchell or a representative. er miler, is ineligibl(
The 10 high men will shoot off the Farrell he should be
finals on Saturday morning with a eral seconds from his
second round of 50 throws. This total
will be added to the first making ,the! Have you arranged
grand total on the basis of 100,chances ding Studio for your
at the hoop. sitting? Sittings mus
'Basketball. Under Way Feb. 1-.-Adv.
Practice for the intramural basket-
ball leagues. started Tuesday night For Campus news
with a number of fraternities and so- igan Daily.-Adv.
cieties out. The fraternity series will
open on Monday with the society sec-;
Lion- starting later in the week, and
the departmental teams facing each
other on the week following.
Quintets from all divisions can
practice until 3 o'clock in the after-
non and between 7 and 8 o'clock in the
evening today - and tomorrow; The
courts will be open -until $ o'clock on
Saturday afternoon and . Director.
Mitchell urges all squads to take ad-"
vantage of the morning opportunity.
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Union billiard room has been well,
patronized since the return of the
students.
The.,billiard talks, begun by Al
Taylor before the holidays, Will be
continued at the same time as for-
merly, 4 o'clock on Monday, Wednes-
day and Friday Yesterday Taylor
took up 'the draw shot, follow shot,
left handed playing, and the proper
method of holding the cue.
Willie Hoppe's manager wrote Al
Taylor a letter in wich he said that
Hoppe would come- to Ann Arbor lat-
er than was announced, and would
bring Charles . Peterson, champion
fancy shot expert of the world, with

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WRESTLING FANS
TO MEET TONIGHT
A meeting of all men interested in
wrestling will be held at 7:30 o'clock
Thursday evening in the trophy room
in Waterman gymnasium. A schedule
of wrestling classes will be announc-
ed, and tentative plans for an annual
tournament arranged. Inexperienced
mat men will have an exceptionally
good chance for the'honors this year,
due to the fact that former campus
wrestlers have been lost to the Uni-
versity through graduation. Several
expert wrestlers have been secured to
aid in the instruction of candidates.
Eligibility depends upon scholastic
standing. Freshmen may participate.
There will be three groups: heavy-
weight, middleweight and lightweight.
The title winners in each class will be
presented with silver loving sups,
suitably engraved, and the winners of
first and second place receive their'
numerals.
Williams Gets $1,500 Salary Inerease
Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 7.-Dr. H.
L. Williams, head coach of the Uni-
versity of Minnesota football eleven,
has signed a new contract at a sal-
ary said to be $5,000 a year. Univer-
sity officials authorized the statement
that his salary will be $1,500 more
than he received last season. Williams
will have a strong array of veterans
on his 1920 squad.

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