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he is said to be doing

e Rec-

fairly easy picking for the University.
In the indoor meet the going was
somewhat harder, but nevertheless, the
meet resulted in a 44 to 33 verdict in
favor of the Maize and Blue. Mich-
igan won five of the eight firsts and
of these five, Johnson took three. The
Varsity scored a slam in the 50 yard
dash. The outdoor meet for last year
was run off at Ferry field. Again the
team was on the long end of the one
sided 93 to 42 score.
Varsity Wins 11 Firsts

t with the The Varsity took points in every
nell are the event, winning 11 firsts and scoring
with Chi- slams in the 100 yard dash, 220 yard
. take place dash, shot put, javelin, and high jump.
3, the out- Carl Johnson and Losch were the indi-
vidual stars, Carl winning first place
s won all in four events and Dick'in two. Gra-
5icago save ham of Chicago, broke the Ferry field
.ool proved record in the pole vault by clearing
I 1905 . In .the bar at 12 feet, 3 inches.
U withdrew This year, Chicago has six letter
arsity jcor- men back. Between them they have
'y over the collected 12 first places in indoor and
was in the outdoor Conference meets. The squad
et was the is exceptionally strong in the weights
ls until the and the distances, events in which the
there have Varsity is knownto be weak. Charles
indoor and Higgins, the large captain and tackle
an has won of the Maroon football team, is ope
of the best men in the weights in the,
orris country. He is counted on for 15 to
ewed track 20 points in dual meets. Last spring
y won with he won the discus throw in the Per-
s was Carl shing meet in France, and he now
e team. In holds the American free style javelin
o new gym throw record. In the shot he has come
ids for the close to 44 feet. He scored 15 points
3-5 seconds itn the 1917 Conference meet.
s since tied . Speer is. Fast
atter event. Captain Speer of the Chicago team,
ear of 1918 is a fast quarter and half miler. He
victory for I won both the indoor and outdoor Con-
s 87 to 48. 1 ference championship in the 880 last

this event in 1:57 without trouble.
Another good half miler who won the
distance in the Western Intercolleg-
lates the year befor, the war and
who has come back to school is Arch
Jones. In Hastings Moore, Coach
Stagg has a good two miler. Ted
Curtiss, the sensational quarter miler
who in 1917 and 1919 took the out-
door Conference championship, is tun-
ing up., He is expected to better his
'remarkable time of 48 4-5 seconds.
made last season. Kennedy is anoth-
er good man in the 440. Further
strength is added to the distance squad
in the person of George Otis. He was
the. indoor Copference champion in
the mile and two mile two years ago.
Stagg has lost McCosh, Graham,
Lewis, and Gorgas, letter men of last
year, but it is reported that- he has
a large squad of green men from
which he hopes tobuild up a strong
and well balanced squad. At present
the Chicago team is weak in the dash-
es, hurdles, high jump, broad jump,
and the pole vault. The loss of Gra-
ham in the latter event is especially
Work Will Win
It is a strange coincidence tlat
Michigan is strong in those events in
which Chicago is weak and that Chi-
cago is strong in those events in
which Steve is lacking. To make a
statement as to the results of the
coming meet would (be of no weight
so early in the season. In comparing
the 4*o squads and candidates there
seems to be a slight edge in favor of
the Varsity. Coach Farrell is not go-
ing by appearances, however, and is
subjecting his men to the stiffest kind
of practice. "Work alone now will
win meets later," is his watch word.
Practically all of the tickets to the
Indiana game were given out at the
Athletic office Saturday afternoon,
while the few remaining tickets were
changed at the door for signed cou-
pn 35.
Saturday night, which was the last
date at which tickets to the Big Ten
games could be secured in exchange
for athletic book coupons, there re-
mained approximately 700- tickets to
the Chicago and Wisconsin games,
200 to the 0. S. U. and Minnesota
games, and 1,500 to the Illinois game.
These figures, however, are only ap-
proximate, as exact figures have not
been tabulated. The tickets remain-
ing will be given out only on the day
of the game, in exchange for an ath-
letic book signed coupon, the num-
ber of whichwill be designated lat-
er. As in the case of the Indiana
game, tickets to each game will be
exchanged separately for the coupons
and not until the date of such games.
In the Michigan Union billiard
tournament, D. K. White, '20E, play-
ing at 120, defeated G. H. Griffith,
playing at 115, in 56 innings. The
score hyas 120 to 96. Griffith played
a steady game but could not hold the
balls together long enough to over-
come White's high runs.
Eddie Casey Will Accept War Degree
Cambridge, Mass., Jan. 17.-Harvard
will lose Eddie Casey, her all-Amer-
ican halfback, next year. Casey has
announced that he will leave college
next month when he will receive a

All hockey players and managers
in the interlass rink game will meet
at 3 o'clock Monday, Jan. 20, in room
205, Mason hall. At this meeting Mr.
Mieux, French instructor in the Engi-
neering college, who played for 12
years on the Toronto Wanderers, will
speak on the various phases of the
game'. Mr. Mieux's wide experience
'in the hockey sport makes him a i
authority on the subject. All play-
ers who have not yet received their
passes to the rink, will be given them
at this meeting.
Play will start Monday at 4:30,
Jan. 20. Two losses will eliminate
the team. Gilchrist has been appoint-
ed manager of the first year engineer
team, and will also act as captain.
All medics wishing to get into the
class hockey series are requested to
call Long, at 2220.
Anderson was selected as manager
of the senior engineers, to fill the
place left vacant when Weston drop-
ped out of school.
-The schedule for the week:
Monday, Jan. 20, 4:30 o'clock-ju-
nior engineers vs. soph engineers;
5:15 o'clock-freshman engineers vs.
Tuesday, Jan.'21, 4:30 o'clock -
freshman lits vs. soph lits; 5:15
o'clock-laws vs. junior lits.
Wednesday, Jan. 22, 4:30 o'clock -
senior engineers vs. winners of law-
junior lit game; 5:15 o'clock-winner
of junior engineer-soph engineer game
vs. winner of fresh engineer-dent
(Continued from Page One)
The second half was all Indiana,
with Michigan missing a number of
short shots that,shoud have' been
added to the total of Mather's quintet.
Dean threw along basket, and followed
this with two foul shots. Then Weiss
counted his only basket on a pretty
throw from the side line. This seem-
'ed to nerve the Hoosiers and Schuler,
rwho tied Dean for high score honors,
"came into the limelight with three
,baskets following long dribbles. Rea
ands Dean both dropped in two from
the foul line in this period.
All five of the players that took the
floor for Indiana played well, the %aa-
chine like accuracy in their passing
standing out as the strong feature of
the play. Schuler, with four field
baskets, Dean, with six from the foul
line and 6ne from the field, and Phil-
lips, whose guarding held down the
Michigan score, were the outstanding
figures for the visitors. Captain By-
rum at stationary guard, broke up
many of the Wolverine plays, and pre-
vented the scoring of several bakets.
Rea Michigan's Star
Rea was Michigan's high man, secur-
ing one field baset, and three points
from the field line out of three at-
tempts. Peare and Weiss narrowly
missed several long throws.
The winning of this game puts In-
diana high in the Conference, since
they have already taken a win from
Ohio State. Unless they get a bad set
back in the next game, they will be

"Weak" Weston
' Leaves College
Archie B. Weston, '20E, has left the
University to accept a desirable posi-
tion with the Foundry Products com-
pany of this city. He is now taking
a short trip to Chicago, but will as--
sume his new duties on Monday.
Michigan will be sorry to lose
Beak. Although rather light, h'e has,
by sheer perseverance, won for him-
self a large niche in the Michigan
hall of fame.
He was selected to pilot Walter Eck-
ersall's, All-American eleven in 1917,
and, after a year in the service, has
just completed his football career by
playing a very consistetn game in a
halfback position. '
Rocky Mountain Club to Meet
Students from the Rocky Mountain
states are invited' to attend a meet-
ing of the Rocky Mountain club which

night in Lane hall.
club will be elected

The Daily contains the latest
ciated Press News.-Adv.
Things cooked as you like th
1 Minute Service for Breaki
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Bread and Butter
Tea, Coffee, Milk
Potatoes, Dessert
Soup-Cream of Chicken
Roast Stuffed Spring Chickei
Cranberry Sauce.........
English Beef Pot Roast..
Roast Lamb, Apple Jelly....
Roast Leg of Veal, Celery
Dressing ..............
Roast Sirloin of Beef.......
Mashed Potatoes
Combination Salad-
Deep'Cocoanut Cream Pie
We serve Regular Meals
Sunday Night

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It's a good time now to
look up the Kodak that
you want next summer.
We have a very good
stock at present but the
ak Co. are so far behind
at we shall probably run
hen everybody is ready
in and see us about it..


"Since I Began to Bowl
I Sleep Like a Top"

That is what a prominent student told us the other day.
It was quite evifient from his appearance that bowling had
fited him greatly.
Health must be earned. Good health and a good physique a
asset to any man.
Think it over.
r Come in and watch the crowd tonight.

.o ,




"We try to treat you Right"
Say, Harry: What do you think-
just laid my violin down on the sette
for a moment and along comes Georg
and sits on it. Some smashup. Can"
really blame Georgei I shouldn't hav
placed it on the settee. Where can
have this wreck repaired Harry?
Why, take it down to the expert re

war degree. It was thought that he seriously considered as contenders for
would waive his degree and return to the championship.

iary 23, 8 p. m.

d Fugue, D minor ...............Bach-Tausig
.. ........ ...Gluck-Sgambati
ta, Op. 57 ..........................Beethoven
Andante con moto; Allegro ma non,troppo-Presto
terfly) ....................................Chopin
ck Keys)................................Chopin
4, No.. 3........................... ...Chopin
..... ......Chopin
. ...............Rachmaninoff
....... .... .Rubinstein

play football in 1920.
Harvard Team Will Not Go Overseas
Boston, Mass., Jan. 17.-Harvard
will not send her track team on the
proposed overseas jaunt with Yale.
This announcement follows the deci-
sion to that effect by the Harvard
Athletic association.
Whether Yale will continue her plans
and make the trip alone is not known.
Phi Kappa Sigma Wins at Basketball
Phi Kapa Sigma defeated Nu Sigma
Nu in a specially arranged game in
the interfraternity basketball series,
32 to 10, Saturday afternoon. B. Lor-
ing and Earl Cress were the stars for
the winning team.s
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Indiana Position Michigan
Jeffries..........R.F........... Rea
Schuler .........L.F... Henderson,
Dean ...........C.........Dunne
Phillips........R.G.... Rychener,
Peare, Gevirtz
Byrum, Capt. ..L.G.......... Wilson
Field baskets -- Rea, Henderson,
Weiss; Schuler 4, Dean, Jeffries, Phil-
lips, Byrulm. Foul baskets-Rea 3-3;j
Henderson 0-2; Dean 6-8. Referee, J.j
H. Nichols. Score first half, Indiana
12. Michigan 5. Time of halves,. 20'
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