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INTRAMURAL NO
Coach Mitchell, direc
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to an inexperienced quintet. Now that
there are three experienced men,
Rychener, Wilson, and Karpus, the
team should move more smoothly, and
make up for the early season set-
backs,
Close TWO FRATERNITY

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Plans .to Hold Daily Workouts
doors as Long as Wintry
Weather Holds
OUT TO CAPTURE THIRD
ONFERIJNCE CHAMPIONSHIP
wing Coach Lundgren's gen-
11 for diamond candidates
d yesterday, Michigan's varsit5
will jump into training this aft-
in quest of a third successive
ence championship.
or practice which is scheduled
t at 1 o'clock this afternoon
e open to all eligible athletes.
ish to compete for regular
on the Varsity. This early
g will afford Lundgren an op-
ity to test his material thor-
and assure every candidate
al attention and an equal
for pyrmanent position on the
Indoor practice will be con-
from 1 to 3 o'clock daily until
ather permits work on the out-
iamdnd.
Have Won Two Titles
O two years since Michigan's re-
3 the Conferende in 1917, Lund-
teams have annexed both titles
attracted unusual attention
hout the collegiate baseball
The 1919 championship outfit
ated its Big Ten program with-
single defeat and turned the
game against Illinois into a
led farce.
unusually strong prospects in
3e of new candidates and the
chedule a Wolverine nine has
eceived, the current Varsity has
opportunity to repeat the cham-
ip performance of the past two
and' prove a bright spot in the
.1 athletic situation. In order
ire success Coach Lundgren in-
iat his squad of candidates must
ge and complete. If all men with
ence or possibilities respond
tly to this first ,call the 1920
ration should enjoy a banner
1 the limelight.
Will Play 28 Games
schedule for Lundgren's Var-
lows a total of 23 games includ-
return to the southern tourand
eeptional list of attractive trips
%,mes. In addition to meeting the
est teams in the middle West,
ichigan aggregation have' op-
ity during its southern excur-
o face five of the best teams
of the Ohio river, including Van-
t and Georgia.
three games with California
Ilow the Wolverines to compare
th with every college team in,
)untry as the aggregation from
ast will take on all of the best
n nines during its invasion of
'at.
1950 Baseball Schedule
11 10-Kentucky at Lexington.
[1 12, 13-Alabama Polytech. at

Fast Consistent Team Play and

JERSEYS FOR LAW FOOTBALL
TEAM MAY BE SECURED NOW
Numeral jerseys for the champion
law football team are now ready and
may be secured by calling at room 3
of the athletic offices. All members
of the law team are requested tobe
,on the steps of the Law building at 3
o'clock Thursday afternoon with their
jerseys to have their pictures taken
for the Michiganensian.
The cup won by R. C. Brennan in
the cross country run is ready in the
intramural athletic office and may be
had by calling for it.

MULLISON'S SADDLE LIVERY
Call 87 for horses and cutters or
teams on double cutters. Also, in
pleasant, weather, for saddlers.--Adv.
Lab. coats, aprons. shop tools, etc.,
etc., at Wahr's University Bookstore.
-Adv.
Second hand textbooks-bought and
sold at Wahr's University Bookstore.
-Adv.
The "STANDARD" loose leaf note-
book at WAHR'S UNIVERSITY BOOK
STORES.-Adv.

SEVENTY ,MEN TURNING
~~~~lO OR VRIY RC
cWaterman gymnasm e rminedy t
>ractice. Varsity candidates number
,lose to70 and freshmen tryouts ex-
:eed that number.'
Very pleasing has been the work
nd improvement that Lashmet has.
ihown. The winner of both the hur-
iles in last year's freshman indoor
neet has been showing up very well
n the dashes. He has been running'
Losch to the limit and is counted on
-.s a strong member of the dash team.
qis improvement has been as spec-
,acular as that of Losch's last year.
With Johnson, Lashmet, Losch, and
Cook, Coach Farrell has one of the
strongest dash squads in the country.
As, a team mate to Carl Johnson.
Beardsley has been coming along in
the hurdles. He is showing more
speed and with constant practice
should give the versatile captain a
close race. Thus far he has shown
more speed than in previous years.
The high jump is being well taken
care of by Johnson, Barringer, Later,
Hobie, and Haig. All are working
hard. The work of Slaughter in ,the
pole 'vault is one of the bright spots
in the early season training. His form
is excellent and he has been clearing
the bar at a very respectable height.
Of the new men, Joyner has been
showing up well in the quarter mile.
Butler has been handling most of the
quarter milers and a likely looking
squad is being mustered into shape.
For the half, mile, Steve has Burk-
holder and Fitzgerald doing quite well
and in the distances he is working
hard to develop Maynard and Earle,
members of the cross country team.
Coach Farrell has a well balanced
squad to work with but "steady, earn-
est practice from day to day is the
only guarantee of victory" he main-
tains.
BOWLING TOURNE Y
PLANS COMPLETED

Guarding Win for Wol- MATCHES PLAYED
vernes
MAIZE AND BLUTE GETS EVEN jAlpha Delts and Delta U's Win Hockey
BREAK ON TWO GAME TRIP Openers
Playing a game that was a complete The first two games in the inter-
reversal of' that lost to si fraternity hockey tournament for the
thera othtlstoWisconsin,:
the Michigan Varsity basketball squad Athletic association cup were played
slipped a 21 to 20 victory over the Un- yesterday afternoon at the Coliseum.
iversity of Minnesota five, Monday In the opener Alpha Delta Phi swamp-
night. ed the Hermitage by the score of 15
The great defect of the Badger to 1. Only the guarding of-Eckliffe at
game, loose team play was remedied goal kept the Alph Delt score from as-
to a large extent, the Wolverines look- suming enormous proportions. Frank
ing better than any previous time this Steketee was responsible for most of
season. The close guarding of Rych- the victor's counts, but the whole
ener, Peare, and Wilson held the Gop- team played together like veterans.
'her forwards, and particularly the In the second game Delta Upsilon
speedy Oss', helpless, until the last had a difficult time with Phi Sigma
part of the game. Near the close the Kappa during the early part of the
Minnesota players pulled the score game, but in the latter part of the last
up rapidly, but were not able to break'half they managed to increase their
the Michigan defense for enough small lead so that the game ended
wih them on the long end of a 5 to

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Phone 115,1002 S. Univ.

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YOU WILL ENJOY USING THE
A. B. A. Travelers' Checks as issued by this bank. They
come in denominations of $10, $20, $50 and $100, are cashed
by Banks, Hotels, Railroads, etc., without identification.
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points to win.
Karpus Features
Karpus, the Michigan forward who
was ineligible the first semester, was
responsible in a great manner, for the
favorable verdict. His shooting which
placed him high in the Conference last
year, was excellent, both in this game
and in the one with. Wisconsin.
The result of the Wisconsin game:
was rather a disappointment to the
followers of the Michigan team, who
had hoped for a closer score, if not a
victory. Wisconsin was ranked at
about the same level qs Minnesota;
with more reserve power than the lat-
ter team. The win from Minnesota
comes as a pleasant surprise, especi-
ally since the Michigan team was
playing on a foreign floor, and after
three days of travel.
Three Veterans for Team
The return of Karpus to the court
will mean that Coach Mather has one
more veteran available for the team,
The fact that Captain Rychener is the
-only man that played through last sea-
son to make that team this year, led

2 score. Drake, Delta, Upsilon cen-
ter, blocked a large nupber of pop-
sible Phi Sig scores.
Today at 4:30 Trigon will meet
Lambda Chi Alpha, and at 5:15 Alpha
'Tau Omega and Beta Theta Pi will
cross sticks. At the same correspond-
ing times tomorrow Phi Sigma Delta
and Nu Sigma Nu will be opponents
followed by a match between Delta
Sigma Delta and Theta Chi. Any fur-
ther entries must be in the hands of
Coach Mitchell by 5 o'clock tomor-
row.

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Noon-Day
Lunch

L 14, 15-Georgia at Athens.
1 16, 17-Vanderbilt at Nash-
I 21-Open. '
I 24-Indiana at Bloomington.
I 26-Notre Dame at South
1 29-Kalamazoo at Ann Arbor.
1-Chicago at Ann Arbor."
5-M. A. C. at East Lansing.
7-Purdue at Ann Arbor.
8-Wisconsin at Ann Arbor.
12-M. A. C. at Ann Arbor.
15-Chicago at Chicago.
17-Iowa at Iowa City.
20-Ohio State at Columbus.
22-Iowa at Ann Arbor.
25-California at Ann Arbor.
27-Notre Dame at Ann Arbor.
9-Illinois at Ann Arbor.
2-Ohio State at Ann Arbor.
4-Wisconsin at Madison.
5-Illinois at Urbana.
22, 23-California at Ann Ar-

At a meeting of the captains of the
bowling teams entered in the Union
bowling tournament yesterday plans
for the event were decided upon.
Each team entered is to bowl six
games, three of these games against
one team and the remaining three
against another. At the end of this
preliminary competition the six teams
having the highest total number of
pins will be entered in the finals. This
will consist of three matches, nine
games, to be played by pairing off the
teams, the winner to be the one with
the highest percentage of games won
in the final competition.
In the case of a tie, the teams in
question will roll off the tie in a
three game match, the winner being
the team winning the highest number
of games.
The tournament is scheduled to open
in a few days, the list of games to be
announced in The Daily.
WRESTLING TOURNAMENT WILL
GET UNDZR WAY NEXT WEEK
Contests in the all-campus wrest-
ling tournament will begin next week.
At 7:30 o'clock tonight a meeting will
be held in the trophy room of Water-'
man gymnasium for the ,purpose of
making final announcements of rules
and regulations for the coming tour-
nament and receiving the entries of
all men wishing to compete.
Four divisions will be represented
in the tournament and elimination
contests will be held in each division
to determine the champion. Prelim-
iuary matches will be held on Wed-
nesday and Saturday afternoons ofl
next week in the wrestling room of
the gymnasium. The divisions repre-f
sented are: lightweight, 135 lbs., wel-
terweight, 145 lbs., middleweight,' 160
lbs., and heavyweight, all men over
160 lbs. The contestants must be of-
ficially weighed in before the time of
ttheir first match. Three pounds, al-
lowance will be given in each weight.j
An entrance fee of 25 cents will be
charged to each contestant in order to
defray the expenses of the meet.

11:30 to 1:00 P. M.
Steak or Pork Chops
American or French
'Fried Potatoes
Peas, Beans or Corn
Bread, Butter
Coffee, Tea or Milk
60 CENTS
Apple Pie ...... .........10c
Apple Pie a la mode.........15c

Good Tables, Good Cues,
Good Service
To get real enjoymenat out, of a
game of billiards, the equipment
must be top-notch.
You want good tables-sound
cushions and new, clean cloth.
You want good cues--well-bal-"
anced, of the right weight, with
tip that hold the chalk.
You want good service-attend-
ants who are quick to anticipate
your needs.
You'll find the best of service
and equipment here. Come in
and play a game or two, today.
HUSTON BROS.
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candies. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right".
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Suits. and
Overcoats

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that rather than carry over into another season, we offer at a
discount. The style, quality and pattern are all right but the
sizes are broken and thus you save.

English Wool Hose

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ight's games in the department
ball league are: Finch's lis vs.
s lits; and accounting team,
k, capt., vs. electrical engineers,
Capt. Games called at .8
k and 8:30.
,rday night the finals in the so-
league will be played off when
alp and Blade meet the Up-

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