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1918 he won the usiuaeweight cam.-
pionship tin San Francisco.
During the war he served as a lieu-
tenant-instructor in the light artil-
lery at, Camp Taylor and resumed his
I studies at Yale in January, 1919. On
June 1 he smiled for France for the
I inter-allied games.
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IIMMERS WILL MEET
JUNIOR, COLLEGE TEAM

'eam Play']
In Indiana

BABCOCK SETS NEW )fARKS
WEDNESDAY'S PRAC.
TICE

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LAR BERTH

SPIRIT INFLUENCES
PRESIDENT ELECT
Michigan spirit, indomitable even
in- the face of overwhelming defeat,
has won again! That the exhibition of
traditional Michigan spirit in the
Michigan-Minnesota game is what de-
termined Dr. M. L. Burton to accept:
the presidency is the latest compli-
ment to loyal support.

of regu-
has been
be basket-

and
p of
caly
dis-

er, and

>rove-

Dr.\Burto'n, then president of the
University of Minnesota, came to Ann
SArborto see that contest. As the
score rolled up higher and higher;
against the Maize and Blue warriors,
he was astonished to observe that
rooters, students, and alumnli never:
wavered in.their support. After the
game he turned to President Harry B.
Hutchins and declared that he had
never seen such college spirit when
the team was being defeated.
Up to that time, Dr..Burton had not
nibbled very hard at the bait which
the Michigan regents had thrown to
him. After accepting the presidency,
he acknowledged that the splendid
! Michigan spirit during the worst pun-
ishment of a disastrous football sea-
son had been one of the deciding fac-
tors in determiningi his decision.
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nig from one
recision; re-
The increas-
e team han-
ided strength
end.
g Shots
omposed of
wards, Ham-

Practice for a simming meet with
Junior college of Detroit, to be held
here at 3:30 Jan. 31, kept the ,men
under Coach Drulard working hard
yesterday. It is expected that a four
man relay team will be entered, which'
will try to better. the time for the
last 160-yard /relay, hich came within
4 seconds of the conference record es-
tablished at Chicago in 1916.
L. R. Babcock, '2, broke the record,
for the 440 yard swim, by finishing at
7:26:1, (free style). Het also broke
the record for the 220 by the time of
3:38. Goldsmith made the 100 yard
back-stroke in 1:31, settipg a record.
This is the first time that a record
has been set in the 100 yard back-
stroke in Ann Arbor. White and Gold-
smith have been working in diving
and have since the D. A. C. meet.
Pending sanction of the petition for
the recognition of swimming as a Var-
sity sport, a meet is being arranged
with the University of Toronto, to be
held at Toronto, Canada, between se-
mesters.
Among the men who have been try-
ing out lately are, Barry Stuart, var-
sity half-back, Dalavo, the hockey
star, and Hunter Griffith. Coach Dru-
lard announced the hours for prac-
tice as follows: frdshmen, Mondays
and Thursdays at 4 o'clock; sopho-
mores, Tuesdays and Fridays at 4
o'clock; Juniors and seniors, Wednes-
days and Saturdays at 10:30 o'clock.
Amozig the men that Junior college
will bring, the foremost are: Donald
Nixon, captain, Peyton Russell, and
Richard Lawrence.
ENGLAND'S ATHLETES GETTING
READY FOR OLYMPIC GAMES

HORWEEN ELECTED CAPTAIN
OF HARVARD FOOTBALL TRAM
Cambridge, Mass., Jan. 21.-Harvard
players today elected Arnold Hor-
ween, Chicago, captain of the 1920
Crimson eleven. Horwe*n' was the
second string man who won his spurs
in the recent titular game which Har-
vard won due to his sterling playing.
Horween started his football career
with the freshman team of the Cam-
bridge institution. He was captain of
the Harvard "informals" in 1917 and
in 1918 he was tearing up the turf
with a navy team. Horween's phe-
nomenal run in the Oregon game gave
Harvard the tital of All-American
champions. In this fracas Horween
played offensive full-back and defen,-
sive center.
JOSEPH ELECTID
HARRIER CAPTAIN
Jiulian H. Joseph, '21, was elected
captain of the 1920 cross country team
at a meeting of the hill and dale men
yesterday.
Joseph ran consistently last fall
and proved his worth by winning the
Harpham trophy race in a snow storm
in the good time of 27 minutes, 37
seconds. Taking into consideration
the condition of the roads at that time
the captain-elect's time compares fav-
orably with the marks of previous
years.
The new leader.of the harriers has
had little experience in the cross
country game, last fall being the first
time he had ever attempted it seri-
ously. The showing which he made
at that time and the rapidity with
which he developed into a'finished per-
former points to greater improvement
before the next cross country season.
Joseph is a resident of Robinson,
Ill.
SEVERAL DETROIT PLAYERS
SIGN BASEBALL CONTRACTS

FAST PLAY EXHIBITED IN
CONTESTS ON
WEDNESDAY

DENTS, '20 ENSINEERS
WIN HOCKEYTCKHES'

Spectators at the Coliseum Wednes-
day afternoon saw some fast hockey
games. The senior engineers beat
the junior lits, 10 to 2, in a game
which cannot be judged fairly from
the score. In the second half the lits
came back strong and it looked for
a time that they might come off with
the heavy end of the score. But the
early lead of the engineers was too
much to overcome. Anderson and Cook
starred for the seniors. Didier and
Campbell were the best of' the losing
players.
In an overtime game the dents de-
feated the junior engineers by a score
of 5 to 4. As the tally indicates, the
game was a fight up until the winning
goal was scored by Samregiet. Sam-
regiet and Cannon showed well for
the dents. Hosking, Barkett and
Taull played consistently for the ju-
niors. Taull, goalkeeper for the en-
gineers, had hard luck with the puck.
The games for Thursday are as
follows: 4:30 o'clock-Soph engineers
vs. fresh engineers; 5:15 o'clock -
sophomore lits vs. junior lits.
Friday's schedule is: 4:30-fresh
lits vs. senior engineers.
On Thursday the 'winners of the
.soph engineers-fresh engineer game
will play the winner of the sopho-
more-lit-junior lit affair.

BOTH

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this AT ONCE. Ann Arbor nee
HOMES, and YO need a safe
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Billiard Room
No Den Of Vice
Shades.,of the past! Curtains of the
present! Would that our high-hatted,
sober-faced friends of the. anti-vice
league could see the new Union billiard
room. One glimpse, and their com-
parison of pool-halls to "dens-of-
vice" would be shamed. "Without
doubt the finest in the country," is the
tribute paid by nearly every visitor
in the building.
Representing an outlay of more than
$30,000, fitted with -straw-colored
crash curtains, equipped with 24 of
the finest tables obtainable, paneled
with the same oak used throughout
the building, it is a masterpiece from
the standpoint of interior decorating;
according to criterions who say that
even to the minutest detail, everything
is conformity in relation to the sur-
roundings.
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do at the present Society and departmental games
ake a great jump- will be run off this week-end at Wa-
tage column. terman gym. Two in each league' are
scheduled for tonight. In the socie-
OFFICIAL ty league, the Western club will meet
[ THIS SPRING the Up-Staters and the Griffiths will
play the Failing club. The depart-
Jan. 21.-Yale mental games will be the mechanical
oxing team this engineers vs. the business ads, and the
an, amateur mid- pre-medics vs. the civil engineers.
Af the world, will It is not too 'late to enter the de-
ey King, formier partmental race. Any five men repre-
ight champion, senting any department may enter.
y representatives The players on the winning team will
neans of prelim- be awarded medals.
weight and three The interfraternity race has nar-
h other colleges rowed down to eight well-balanced
Iteams. There will be no games in this
his title on July. league tonight; the finals may not be
allied gamnes at run off until next semester in orde
a in Paris, when to give all the teams time in which
in the finals to;to perfect their play.
In order to rep-
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New York, Jan. 21.-Reports from
England 'indicate that the English
athletic authprities are actively en.-
gaged in preparing for participation
in the Olympic games to be field at
Antwerp, Belgium, next summer. De-
spite the fact that Great Britain lost
hundreds of her best athletes du iring
the war the United Kingdom in mak-
Ing selections for the games next year,
will have more material to draw from
than" ever before, according to ex-
perts. This somewhat anomalous sit-
uation is due to the creation of a
great new body of athletes as the re-
sult o military training and outdoor
life at the front.
Very few of the Olympic team of
1912 will be available for the c iming
games. Some o these men are dead,
and others are too old to compete. It
is also true that the majority of the
np,01 athletes are "green" men.* They
are good material but they need pol-
ishing and experience. However,
English sportsmen believe that they
will be well represented on the cinder
track, although admittedly weak in
field events. It Ia ,understood that Aus-
tralia and New Zealand, which have
strong teams, will unite to enter the
games as separate from the mother
country.
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Worry Your Head Of
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 shat 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 ad nothing is --ore restful than an
hour or so spent over a billiard table.
HUSTON BROS.
Billards and Bowling, Cilrs
and Candles.Clgerettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"

Detroit, Jan. 21.-The signing of3
players for the 1920 Detroit American
league team 'already is under way.
Two pitchers, two catchers and an
outfielder were among the first
to sign contracts. They are Hubert
("Dutch") Leonard and Bernie Bo-
land; Eddie Ainsmith and Oscar Stan-
age, and Robert Veach.
The usual stories that Ty Cobb, the
Tigers' star center- fielder, may not-
play ball next year, are in circula-
tion, but little credence is given them.
Cobb's contract holds over for anoth-
er year, and. it generally ii expected
he will be with the club on opening
day.
The Detroit club will train at Ma-
'on, Georgia. The pitching staff is
scheduled to start south Feb. 22, the
remainder of the club following a week
later.

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