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p TOURNAMENTS IUIIlII.LL IIUUUBi-
TRE A s l ts a a W e ineday afternoon there
bave been no entrants for the Union
bowlinig tournament, according to the
reports from the Union desk. Karl gn e e27 Will D 7 edate
Velde, '20,. stated that it is abso-Ne ynsu t
lutely necessary for all teams to en- tNw 4trnasIuvz at
ter at the Union desk before 6:30 'I-
o'clock Friday afternoon. '
ED As was announced before in Me! VARSITY HOPES TO WIN FROM
f pDaily, any five men may enter as a I BIG RED TRACK-FIELD SQUAD
team, upon payment of 50 cents.,

trong Ohio
bur of the
team play-
when the
plit a two
leated In-

Rumor has it that Walter Wes-
brook, holding the Union bowling
recrd of 254, and several other good
pin-hitters are getting together a team
which, it is expected, will )be hard to
beat. Within the last few days the
alleys have been unusually busy and
there have also been enough pin-boys
to keep all six alleys in action.
SPEEDY GAMES FEATURE
INTERFRATERNITY RACE
EXTEND TI31E FOR ENTRANCE OF
SOCIETY, COURT
TEAMS
Six games have been played in the
interfraternity basketball league, and
several strong teams have already fea-
tured the race. Phi Kappa Sigma, Phi
Chi, and Nu Sigma Nu are the quintetg
that have shown the best form thus

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When Michigan meets Cornell in
track on March 27, it will be the first
time since the spring of 1917. At
this /meet, the hew Cornell drill hall
willl. be formally dedicated. The
building is an ideal one for track,
work. Besides having a 120 - yard
straightaway, it contains/an eight lop
to the mile track. Coaches consider
this the ideal size for an indoor
track because the start and the finish
for all events above the 100 yard dash
is at the same point. Waterman gym-
nasium has a 10 lap track so the size
of tlbe Big Red speedway can be ap-
preciated.
Cornell Has EdgeJ
In the majorityof previous meets,
Cornell has had the edge on the Var-
sity. The school at Ithaca has al-
ways been rated the strongest in
track, but Captain. Walker. Smith and,
his men are going to be pushed to,
the limit when they stack up against
the Maize and Blue. In 1917, Cor-
nell had little trouble in getting a
50 1-2 to 20 1-8 verdict over the Var-
'sity. Capt. Carl Johnson is out for
revenge this year and such is the
spirit among alb of Coach Steve Far-'
rel's men.'
the gymnasium is the daily scene
of hard and earnest practice and
large numbers of candidates are out
every day. , By the new system of
coaching, tryouts of equal class will.
compete against each other. When a
man reaches a certain stage he will,
graduate from the preliminary class
and train with the varsity. This sys-
RICHARDS, JUNIOR CHAMP,
QUITS INDOOR TENNIS GAME
New York, Jan. 14.-Vincent Rich-
ards has given up indoor tennis be-
cause of his eyes. Richards complain-
ed of the ppor light on the court and
his volleying was noticeably weak
and he was forced to play a deep+
court game during most of the con-k

tem is expected to arouse the enthu-
siasm and determination of the can-
didates to put forth their best ef-
forts. A place on the varsity list is
one for which all the men are work-
ing.
Varsity Won '71. Meet
The last time that a Michigan track
team has defeated Cornell was back
in 1913. The varsity won with a
score of 48 1-3 to 28 2-3. At this meet
John Paul Jones ran the mile in
4:19 2-5. In almost every previous
meet between Cornell and Michigan,
several existing records have been
broken. Repeatedly the officials would
announce that the world's record had
been equaled or new marks had been
made. And now once again lovers of
the track sport will be given an op-
portunity to witness 'in'a dual meet
two of the strongest track teams in
the country.
LARGE SQUA [D OUT, FOR,-
FRESH CGURT, QUINTET
4EARLINGS HAVE BEEN PLAYING
PRACTICE GAMES WITH
YTARSITY
With 35 to 40 candidates working
out every week night, save Wednes-
day, during the past two weeks, the,
Freshman basketball squad,-under the
tutilage of Coach Lundgren, is going'
strong and promises to develop some
good varsity material for next sea-
son.
More than 60 players reported for
practice in answer to the first call
by the coach but elimination has 'cut
the squad to thew present size. The
yearling mentor has several teams
that are scrimmaging each night.'-
Fresh Ys. Varsity
Tuesday night a team composed of
the best players from the squad were1
pitted against the Varsity in a fast
game, featured by remarkably accur-
ate basket shooting, and fair team
work. Weiss starred for the Varsity
while Whitlock of the Fresh dropped
some neat ones into the elevated goal
from the middle of the floor. The
yearling line-up was, Whitlock and
Miller, forwards; Reason, center; Mc-
Queen and Cappon, guards.
Expect More of Team
The team may be expected to do
even better against the Varsity when
it has had a chance to gain more team

The seventh match of the Union bil-
lard tourneyswas won yesterday aft-
ernoon by R. E, Cale, playing at 160,
,be defeating S. Moeller, playing at
ilO, by the %core of 150 to 83. The
match lasted 42 innings, and was ref-
ereed by Al Taylor.
There still remain quite a large
numberof games to be played. Al Tay-
lor will gove another billiard talk on
talks are interesting as well as in-
structive a'nd have been well attended.'
Gilberts and Webers Chocolates, in
any size for Xmas at CUSHING'S
PHARMACY.-Adv.

SUITS

More Than a
Million Bowlers
No game has grown more rap-
idly in popularity than bowling.
As early as 1900 there were
more than - a million bowlers in
the United States. Now there
are over two millions.
Come in today and watch the
players. You'll soon understand
the fascination of the game.
Your fingers will itch to try
your skill.
HUSTON BROS.

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Three games were played Monday
night, Theta Xi running away with the
Zeta Beta Tau five, 15 to 6, with Rea-

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ests, es-
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ard, whose
or all sea-
e gar ue for
nic a ppen-
some good
actice,- but
t what the
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shman and
ned ,out for
key teams
t Cte Col-
twi ce what
braen able
nid junior
a great
rmaticn of

seni or lits ap-
r'uesg Jay, and if
t, t ie team will
t tae senior and
nk. from 4:30 to
r ilor and junior
6 o'clock.
?pointed maftag-
engineers .

son, center on the winning team, in
the major role. Wineburg played
well for the losing five, throwing two
baskets.
Alpha Sig Game Close
' Alpha Sigma Phi and Beta Theta Pi
played the closest game of the day, the
former team winning,,24 to 16. Quar-
tell and Doty were able to threw sev-
eral baskets each, and both played
well on the defense. Brush was the
mainstay for the losers.
With the Cress brothers, Van -Bov-
en and Loring all equally effective,
Phi Kappa Sigma had no trouble in
defeating Delta Tau Delta, 24 to 6.'
Usher threw all of the points secur-
ed by the latter team. The Phi Kap-
pa Sigma team is by far the strongest
that has yet been 'on the floor, being
strong in every department, especially:
fn the scoring department.
Nu Sigma Nu opened the Tuesday
night program by taking the long
-end of a 26 to 6 count from Sin-
fonia. Palma, Goetz and Smith
co-operated in securing the medics
total, while Moore played. a good
game for Sinfonia.
Phi Chi Strong
The game won by Phi Chi from
Alpha Delta Phi, 16 to 9, was the besti
'and most bitterly contested of the list.
Shafter and Winters were the stars of
the contest, the former showing some
clever basket shooting.
Theta Delta Chi and the Monks
blayed a fast game that was in doubt
until the last minute. Andrews and
McPike were the main reasons for the
victory, but Sallwasser and Haight put
up a good fight for the losing_ five.
Four games will be played tonight,
starting at 8:30 o'clock. Theta Xi vs.
Phi Kappa Sigma; Alpha Sigma Phi
vs. Nu Sigma Nu; Theta Delta Chi vs.
Phi Chi; and Psi Upsilon vs. Beta
Phi.
M re Teams Needed
As the basketball courty on Water-
Inan gym will be in use thiweek end,
the time for the entering of society
teams has been extended until Mon-
day, Jan. 19. Director Mitchell wish-
es to have a 16 team league, but -to
date only the following 10 have sign-
ed: Bayonne club, Griffins, New
England club, Craftsm4 Scalp and
Blade, Les Voyageurs, Grand Rapids
club, Kentucky club, Upstaters, and
the -Western club. Several others are
hanging fire, but have practically de-
cided to enter., The Ohio club is form-
ing plans for a team and is expected
to sign up soon.

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test which he participated in here to- work.
day. However, Richards was suc- Whitlock, yearling forward who
cessful in defending his title as ju- hails from Detroit Central, has been
nior champion. starring for the Fresh team all this
season. He is a fast man on the
The Michigan Dai'y, the only morn- floor and one of the most accurate
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains all shots in school.
the latest Campus, City and World
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attend a novelty get-to-
arty which is to be held from
0 o'clock on Saturday after-
he old Unlm building. There
itunts, dan cing, cards, games
eshments. The president of
sylvania f lub desires a full
ce at this -first meeting of the
'ickets ar v on sale at the
d at Bar' bour gymnasium.
CE TRIAL TO BE HELD
Y COOLJE1j CLUB TONIGHT
e the ?a'w students an oppor-
gain fi irther practical court,
ae, the Cooley club will holdl
t 7:15 o'clock tonight in the
court room on the second
the yaw building. The ac-I
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n so arranged as to make the
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BOWLING NOTICE

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Fraternities, organizations,
and groups contemplating ,en-
tering the Union - bowling
tournament should hand in lists
of entries to the Union desk
clerk before 5 o'clock Friday
afternoon.

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