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probable starter,
)ving steadily and
bid for a regular
Dunne will Ire
Duke's playing
better the past
ther is expecting
in tfie two games

oach' proba-
uard. He is
to give the
for any bas-
so, the lanky
:ible for two
he last few
e game, will

a good number of swimmers will turn
out. There are quite a number of ex-
aquatic stars on the campus ' who
swam for clubs or prep schools be-
fore coming here and will come out
in case ,swimming becomes official.
O N E TEAM ENTERS
UNION TOURNAMENT
Thursday afternoon there was only
one entrant, Acacia fraternity, in the
Union bowling tournnpent, according
to reports from the Union. All en-
trants must reglser at the Union desk
before 5:30 6'clock this afternoon.
Any information wanted may be had
by calling up Karl Velde, chirmn, t
319.
Before the tournament was arrang-
ed there were a number of 'inquiries
as to why there was no league, and
interest , seemed to be keen among
both bowlers and spectators. Now that
a tpurnament has been planned, all
Interest has apparently died down,
with the result that there has only
been one team entered.
Any Alve men can organize a team,
and the price of entrance cannot be
responsible for the lack. of interest
as It is only 60 cents a team, which
is far below the regular rate.
1II SQUADS EIM INATED
IIN FRATERNITY LAU
FOUR QUINTETSCOF SPECIAL
MERIT DISCOVERED
'. WEDNESDAY
As a, result of the interfraternity
basketball games Wednesday night 10
teams were eliminated, and several
more fast combinations uncovered.
Sigma Phi Epsilon and Phi Sigma
Kappa looked to be the best, with
Theta Chi and Delta Chi pressing
them for honors.
Delta Chi Scores High
Delta Chi is the highest scoring
team thus far in the race, rolling up
29 points on the Chi Psi five. Lambda
Chi Alpha, in defeating the 'Trigons,
exhibited the prettiest passing team
that has yet taken the floor, but are
hampered from lack of material.
The game between Phi Sigma Kap-
pa and Phi Gamma Delta was th big
fight of the evening; the former team
wining by three points, 16 to 13. The
game was in doubt until the last mo-
ment.
Summary
Results: Sigma Phi Epsilon, 25,
Delta Theta Phi, 8; Delta Sigma Del-
ta, 15, Delta Kappa Epsilon, 4; Lamb-
da Chi Alpha, 40, Trigon, 5; Phi Del-
ta Theta, 12, Hermitage, 4; Delta Chi,
29 Chi Psi, 15; Sigma Nu, 19, Aca-
cia, 4; Theto Chi,* 18, Phi Rho Sig-
ma, 8; Kappa Beta Psi, 9, Xi psi
Phi, 7; Kappa Sigma, 18, Sigma Al-
pha Epsilon, 5; Phi Sigma Kappa, 16,
Phi Gamma Delta, 13.

Michigan will open its track sea.
son at the Illinois relay carnival.
This meet, which is the first of the:
year, takes place at Urbana, Illinois,:
on March 6. The carnival was first
begun in 1917 but because of the war,
the meet this year is only the third
one that has been held.
As the name of the contest would
indicate, the chief events are the re-
lays, there being four in all. Four
man relay teams will be run in the
one/ mile, two mile, four mile, and

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LINDIS RELAYS, FIRST

NINNESOTA ITAS ONE
RELAY TEAMS IN
TRY

OF BEST;
COma-

HA.RBERT DEFEATS POTTER
IN UNION BILLIARD MATCH
The eighth match of the UnIon
tourney was won by Harbert, Vlaying
at 120, who defeated Potter, playing
at 135, by the score of 120 to 183. The
match was a hard played one on both
sides as is shown in the final score.
.AI /Thylor Will clash with the star
cuelat of Huston's, Carence Jackson,
within the next few weeks, and it
should prove to be an exceptionally
interesting match as both players are
local men.
Gophers Sanction Varsity TankSquad
Minneapols, Jan. 14.-Swimming as
an intercollegiate sport has officially
been approved by the Board of Ath-
letic Control of the University of
Minnesota. Normal Kingsley, chair-I
man of the board is arranging for

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medley. In the medley, the first twomeets with Northwestern, Wisconsin
men run a quarter mile, the third ma'and Iowa and it is probable that the
a half mile, and the fourth man a initial contest will be with North-
mile. Beside the relay races, an all- western;
round individaul champion will be; Dan Bessessen, former captain of,
determined. Steve is only entering the Gopher swimming team, will be
relay teams.* coach. Minnesota has had swimming
Michigan Wins in 1918 teams for several years, but the sport
Chicago ran away with the first was not recognized as intercolleg-
carnival in 1917 with a total of 26 1-2 iate and the meets were more or less
points, Illinois- came second with 16] of local importance.
1-4, Wisconsin took third with 12,
and Michigan placed fourth with 11"
1-4. In 1918, the Vareity came back
strong and returned to Ann Arbor
with the championship tucked in its
satchel. Michigan scored 22 points,
Illinois was again second with 16, and'
Notre Dame finishe'd third with 12.
Coach Farrell is 'working with his,,
men to repeat the vicoryn oft 1918.
In the field against him, Minnesota -
will have a powerful squad. Advanco
rumor has it that the Gopher mile re-
lay team is the most promising in the. "ROLL YOUR OWN"
world today. This is a strong claim SAFE THEBOWLER
but with men like Oss, it is certain SASTEBW R
that it will be among the best. Prizes Watching a game is fun, we'll'
admit. And everyone is WEL-
of gold watches will be awarded to COME to watch the bowlers at
the winning team in each event and our alleys, as often as they like.
the individual champion. Medals will But to get real benefit from
be given as second and third prizes bowling you must ROLL YOUR
to the members of the teams winnin OWN.. (With apologies to the
those places. Bull Durham folks.)
Good Quarter Milers Ruskin said: "If you want
In preparing for this meet, Steve is pleasure you must toil for it."
giving special attention to his quarter Bowling is a most beneficial ex-
milers, half milers, and milers. For erclse and the real pleasure and
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ay even- Iowa City, Jan. 15.-West Point will
etic as- have to look beyond the University of
ng, The. Iowa for the football team next year.
1 up and According to latest reports, Lester
. other Belding, all-Conference end, William
hockey Kelly, captain of the 1920 team, and
John McConnel, sub end and basket-
ball player, have all turned down of-
iTI nfersto complete their courses at the-
,NITIOiN United States Military academy.
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ty sport the offer in 1921, but will remain
k team. where he is for another year at,
is prac- least. Kelly and McConnel have both
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campus To Belding the offer is made more
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