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nnwmt i WHAT'S
FflNFEflAY

'aterman of the se-
it, will be in Evans-
lay and Saturday,
end the annual meet-
n branch of the Am-
society which meets
) and 21, at North-

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sor Waterman, who was elect-
of the society at last year's
will deliver the presidential
at this, meeting.

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[CAL HITS

CAMPUS MAT EXPERTS WILL
HAVE CHANCE IN COMPE-
TITION
Any man who can wrestle, 'thinks
he can, or doesn't know, has a chance
to find out, and at the same time show
a bit of real Michigan spirit, by sign-
ing up for the wrestling tournament,
the first bouts of which are to be run
off next Wednesday afternoon in the
wrestling room on the second floor of
the gymnasium, and on Saturday and
Wedneday afternoons following.
All Weights May Enter
Entries are open to men of all
weights, and the lists will be posted
in the wrestling room.' Men shodld
sign up on these lists. The bouts will
be refereed by Andy Meadows, '22L,
who has had wide experience, jfartic-
ularly in the Eastern Conference. The
judges will be Jack Pollock, '20L, and
H. M. Nowlen, '20, both of whom are
experienced men.
Rues for Bouts
The following rules should be spe-
cially noted as governing all match-
es, a rolling fall does not count; pits
falls only being counted as wins. The
time of each bout will be 10 minutes,
and at the end of that time, if fneither
of the contestants has secured a pin
fall the match will be decided by the
judges. If they are not satisfied of'
the superiority of one of the men an
extra five minutes wrestling will be
done. All strangle holds, full net-
sons, and hammerlocks are barred,
and the toe hold may be used only in
breaking a body scissors.
Entries close next Saturday night
and it is hoped that at least 60 men
will turn out. ,
NEW MEN REPORT
FOR TANK SQUADI

THURSDAY
7:00 - Freshman band rehearsal,
School of Music. All freshmen are
eligible.
7:00-Trysquare club meets at Lane
hall.
7:00--Reserve military aviators meet
in room 304 of Union..
7:15-Boxing club meets In room 306
of the Union.
7:15-Pontiac club meets in Lane balL
7:15-Pi Delta Epsilon meets in room
306 of tie Union.
7:30-Meeting of all men who serv-
ed on the U. S. S. Massachusetts
duiring the war in room 321 of the
Union.'
7:30-AXll-Nedlc smokier, assembly
hall of Union.
7:30-Rochester, N. Y., club meets in
room 306 of the Union. A'members
requested to be present..,
8:00-Christian Solence society meets
in'Lane hall.

A three-cushion billiard tournament
will .be the next event in the line of
billiard room activities as soon as the
present straight-rail tourney has been
completed. An entrance fee of $2
will be required of all contestants. En-
tries will be received at any time at
the desk in the billiard room. The
*inner of the match will receive a
silver loving-cup. The number of
games won will decide the 'winner.
Al Taylor held another of his bi-
weekly billiard talks at 4:30 o'Odock
Wednesday, in which he demonstrated
the methods of, playing the two-cjish-
ion shots.
Allen Deportation to be Debated
Whether the United States govern-
ment is right in the matter of its alien
deportations will form the subject for
discussion at 7:30 o'clock Friday eve-
ning when Alpha Nu Debating society
holds its first meeting of the semester.
The meeting will be open to visitors.

ies of the ye
quired to subE
will be no ex
later.
I DI

ALLY large line of the
Lilar music, ordered es-
he J-Hop trade, is now
listing below a few of the
Zut this ad out, bring it to
Music House, and ask to

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U-NOTICES
Sociology 29, Comnunity problems,
Tuesday and Thursday at 10, room
205 Mason hall, will not meet this
week.
The next eeting of La Socidad His-
panica will be held. March 2.
Geology 20 lectures by Mr. Leverett
will begin at 7 o'clock Thursday.
Feb. 19,in room 321 Natural Sci-
ence building.
There will he aoeetingof all assist-
ant track managers and-tryouts in
Waterman gymnasium on Saturday
at 1:30 o'clock.
All students holding proofs of senior
* Michiganensian sittings should re-
turn the same to the respective pho-
tographers today in order that prints
may be run off for the yearbook.
Michiganensian subscriptions. will be
taken this week on the second flobr
of the Ann Arbor Press building.
There will be no extra copies offered
for sale later.
Any Junior girl who is not taking
part in the Junior Girls' play, but
who will be willing to play the piano
for some of the reharsals should call
Miss Irene Rosenberg at Ilen New-
berry residence at once.
The Michigan Dally, the only :arn-
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains aU
the latest campus, city, and world
news.--Adv.

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She's Just Like Sal

Tomorrow to tCome

You Used T9

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I Left My Door Open

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Without a Sail
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Dixieland

Girl of Mine

My Gal

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IE FOLLOWING
kL COMEDIES

Fourteen new men appeared at the
first practice of the swimming team,,
held at the city Y. M. C. A. Don Nix-
on, former star of the D. A. C. team;
who is now in the University, was the
best of the newcomers. Nixon is a
middle' distance man. Coach Drulard
has not yet had an opportunity to look.
over all of the new men that have re-
ported, but several seem to have ex-
ceptional ability.
The tank squad will go to Detroit
for a return meet with the D. A. C. a
week from this Friday. Due to im-
provements on, the team a better
showing is expected in this meet,,
though the result of the first meet was
highly gratifying.
The Board in Control of Athletics
will pass this week on the applica-
tion of the team to be recognized as
a Michigan Varsity organization. This
will determine whether' or not the
University will have a swimming team
\In the Conference tank meet this year.,
The freshman swimming team will
practice at the city Y. M. C. A. Mon-
day, Wednesday, and Friday at 3:30,
o'clock.
LAEBY'S' LITS WINNER IN
'BASKETBALL LAST NIGHT
In the departmental basketball
league last night Laeby's lits defeated
Finch's lits by a 21 to 20 score, The
game was well played throughout and
the result was in the balance until the
last minute of play. Randall was the
star for the winners, scoring 11 of
their points. Abbott and Conklin play-
ed the best game for the losers.
Navak's accounting team easily de-
feated .the electrical engineers. The
score was 23 to 8. Navak scored most
of the points for his team.
ROSENBLATT, ILL, UNABLE
TO SPEAK TO ZIONISTS
Illness prevented the appearance of
Mr. Edward Rosenblatt who was
scheduled to speak before the Inter-
collegiate Zionists last night at Lane
hall. A business meeting of the as-
sociation was held.
The following officers were elected:
President, S. Goldberg; vice-presi-
dent, J. Rosenberg; treasurer, Miss,
G. Caplan; secretary, H. Gattlerz;
board of directors,.S. Myers, A1. Win-
tergrWd, I. Pearlman.1
Purdue Team Changes Leaders
Lafayette, Feb. 18. -- D. H. Tilson,
'20, has been elected to succeed F. L.
Coffing, '21, as captain of Purdue's
basketball team. The reason for Cof-
fing's resignation is not known, but as
Tilson has played Varsity basketball
for 'three years it is not felt that the
change in leadership will weaken the
team.
New President Picks Evening's -Topic
"Democracy in Education" has been

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The classes which were con-.
ducted by Mr. and Miss Moses in
the Michigan Union Annex be-
fore it burned will be held in, the
Arcade Dance Hall on Tuesday
and Thursday evenings.
The Beginners' Class will be
formed at seven o'clock tonight.
The Advanced Class, which is
exclusively for University men
and women, will be formed at
eight o'clock tonight in the Ar-
cade Dance Hall.

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Lunch and Dinner

ENROLL TONIGHT
DANCING CLASS
Arcade Dance Hall

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