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The Michigan Daily, 1920-01-17

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BOWLERS IEOUR

1N t Michigan will open the Conference
bpsketball season at Waterman gynd-
nasiumn tonight, meeting Indiana at
7:80 o'clock. The Hoosiers are bring-
ing a veteran team to Ann Arbor, and
one that has already proved its abil-
ity in defeating Ohio State, 22 to 11.
Dean, Indiana center, is the strong
s to mtan on the defense, backed by Zeller
may as star basket shooter. The visitors
eou- will be light, but are sure to be fast.
5rri The. Indiana teams are always sureI
= to give Michigan a hard fight, and
only their lack of weight keeps them
yet from being stronger Conference con-
ame tenders.
thisL
pre-
SaWOLVERINES OUTCLASS
bat-
t WESTERN RSto ERVE FI
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son and McPhee. None of these men
kets showed up to particular advantage,"
have and they seemed unable to elude the
iged Reserve players as did the first team.
iany Mather's quintet has been showing
pore gradual improvement during prac-
ired tically every game that they have
ath- played this season. The battle of lastl
mes night in which they competely out-
I be classed the Western Reserve aggre-
ents gation was a demonstration. of the
oped perfection to which the new basketball
le of coach has his team working.
port Perfect plays that were worked with!
see machine like precision brought prac-
tically every score. There was, little
iket- of what could be called luck on the
d to Michigan side of 'the argument.
ome . Box Score
hiss- Henderson ..-...R.F.........Brainard
con- Weiss ..........L.F............Hanes
ters Dunne........C...........Fulton
ThsGevlrtz .......R.G...........Carr',
the Rea ...... L.G .........Thorpe
in Final score-Michigan 33, Western
rorc- Reserve 13. Score end of first half
Michigan 25, Western Reserve 7. Bas-
kets from field-Henderson 6, Weiss
1, Dunne 5, Rea 2, Peare 1, Fulton
AR 2, Carr 1. Baskets from foul-Hen-
derson 1 In 2. Hanes 7. in 14. Sub-
ptitutions-Michigan: Wilson for Ge-
atial virtz, 'Peare fot Henderson, Cook for
ase- Weiss, Naylor for Dunne, and McPhee
ident for Rea. Sweeney for Thorpe.
inati
1920 PRENTISS DOUGLASS, FORIER
hich GRID STAR, VISITING UNIVERSITY

DAYS MORE TO SIGN UP

SMALL NUMER OF ENTRIES RLEA-
SON FOR TIM EETE N-
ESION
Due to the fact that legs than 10
teams have thus far signified their in-
tention of entering the Union bowl-
ing tournament, the committee in
charge has decidedto extend the time
given for the entrance of teams until
5 o'clock Wednesday, Jan. 21.
Either a lack of knowledge of the
rules of the tournament, or a pure lack
of interest on the part of the frater-
nities, is responsible for the small
list of entries, and it is hoped that the'
next few days will. see the number of
teams entering total at least 25 or 30.
Entrance Easy
Under the rules that the committee
has laid down it is possible for prac-
tically' any five men to form a team
and sign up at the Union desk. How-.
ever, to insure keener competition'
and closer rivalry, fraternities, clubs,
and otheP organizations should be
represented. Any organization or
group desiring to enter the tourna-
ment should make out a list. of the
men on the team, and hand this in
at the Union desk, under the name
of the group. Provision for substi-
tute bowlers will be made later.
To meet the expenses of providing
a cup for the *inners each team will

pay an entrance fee of 50 cent%. This MICIGAN TO MEET
money is to be paid at a meeting of BADGER GRID TEAM
the team managers, the time of this
meeting to be announced later.
Early Elimination Detroit, MicbL, Jan. 16.-Wisconsin
In the event that a large number of will renew football relations with
teams enter, the teams that lose five Michigan in 1921. This announcement
or more games out of the first nine comes through 'Walter G. Erdman,
games or three matches, will be im- president of the -Detroit alumni. The
mediately eliminated For the fir tgame with the Maize and Blue will be
three matches the schedule will be, the last one on Wisconsin's 'schedule.
'arranged by drawing for oponents at That Wisconsin Will. fight her an-
the meeting of the team, managers. !nal Chicago battle in Chicago for
An additional ruling declares that one the next five yearp is also announc-
man can enter with but one team. ed. This arrangement is necessitat-
ed by a peculiar combination in Card-
TAD JONES HOPES FOR DIG inal schedule which would eliminate
one other important game if Chicago
YALE OOTBALL YEAR IN 190 were played at Madison.
Seattle, Wash., Jan. 16.-If Tad HARVARD PLAYERS WHO WON
SJneshas anything to say about it OREGON GAME REWARDED
f Yale will have a very successful foot-
ball year in 1920. Yale's ex-star and Cambridge, Mass., Jan. 16.-Freddie
coach has telegraphed word that he Church, Harvard halfback and hero
will get a leave of absence from the of the Oregon game, will not go un-
shipbuilding firm of which he is gen- rewarded.! At a special meeting of
ns.17 T n~a t +~ nne '4.+un 'C1 ni t,_ -,

G. L. CH.
JEWELER OP
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eras manager to coaca the Blues war-,
riors.
Jones answered the same call in
1916 and Yale. came back after a
most disastrous season to administer
defeat to Princeton, Harvard, Virgin-
Ia, and Washington and Jefferson,,
losing only to Brown.
Jones will serve without conipen-

the Harvard
was granted
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athletic committee, he
the Crimson footballf

If You Can't Play
Old Age Has
Got You
A great philosoph~er once said
that the way for a man to live
long is /always to be a boy."
Folks who can play never
grow old.
You'd be surprised to 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
bones.
HUSTON BROS.
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candles. Ciga'ettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"

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Church, it will be remembered, play-
ed his first "Big-league" game against
Oregon and scored the touchdown
which made Harvard the champion
of the United States.

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sation. DePanw-At a recent meeting of
the women's Pan Hellenic -at DePauw
The Michigan Daily, the only morn- the representatives declared them-'
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains all selves in favor of "open rushing" next
the latest Campus, City and World fall. This plan has never been work-
News.--Adv. ' ed out. at DePauw.

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Sale of Hart Schaffner & Marx
Suits and Overcoats

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We have decided to make a reduced price on all Young Men's Suits and Over-
coats in odd sizes and broken lots. All good styles, fine pure wool fabrics and in a
good range of colors.
Four Groups ot Stylish and Desirable Suits

Prentiss P. Douglass, former Var-
sity' football star and later assistant
grid coach, is in Ann Arbor, and will
spend some time here. He intends to
return here next spring to start
spring football 'work, and will be on
Coach Yost's staff in the fal.
Dempsey to Fight Forty-Five Rounds
(By Associated Press)
Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 16.- Jack
Dempsey, world' schampion, was busy
with motion pictures today and re-
feired all inquiries about his pros-
pective match with Georges Carpen-
tier, to his manager Jack Kearns.
Kears announced that the fightswould
be 45 rounds and would be staged
at Tia Juana, Lower California, un-
der the auspices of James W. Cff-
roth, if Carpentier would agree.
Genebach, ex-'WO, Visitor in Ann Arbor
Lowell Genebach, ex-'20, former
Varsity football and baseball player,
is visiting in Ann Arbor. Genebach
played half on the football eleven in
1917, and was an outfielder on the
baseball team the following spring. He
intends to return to school next se-

Lot 1 Lot.2 Lot 3
Priced regularly up to $32.00 Priced regularly up to $35.00 Priced regularly up to $42.00 Priced'
at at at
$27.50 $28.50 $35.00

Lot 4

100 Hart Schaffner Marx Suits, Values from $35.00 to $60.00, at 15 per ce
Seven Groups of Men's Warm, Comfortable Overcoats

$55.00 VALUES
$44.50

$50.00 VALUES '$45.00 .VALUES
at at
$42.50 $37.50

$40.00 VALUES
at
$33.50

$35.00 VALUES
at
$27.50

$30.00 VALUES
at
$24.50

$26.50

This Sale Is Now Going On at the Big Store of
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Conlin, Fiegel&F

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

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