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,ve an opportunity to meet a
donal boxer who will be here
eek. The coming of the pro-
al furnishes almost an inval-;

.IGHT DRILL FOR
VARSITY O iT

uable opportunity to men who have;
hopes of some day becoming highly
proficient in the "manly art," and it1
is hoped ,that a large number will
avail themselves of his presence.

Easy Scrimmage Given Varsity by
Coach Mather for Chicago
Contest
1IRKHOFF AND HINKLE, MIDWAY'
CT A R. . 11171 R ARvEI! IflTI T

excellent basket shot, it being his ac-
curacy at long ringers that won from
Michigan in the game played between
Michigan and Chicago here, last year.
QUARTER MILERS
RUN MILE RELAY
Steve Farrell varied the routine of
track practice yesterday by holding
a mile relay race. Two four-man
teams were sent against each other

MATCH

WORK

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nd call for
iswered yes-
re than 45
The second
t a slight-in-
the previous
tion is still
liich usually
ears. The
oon was de-
e and every
e to handle
r of lively
pering about
he bounders
ndgren and
kOut
ch, Taggart,
'ing the of-

A V a .n5 wwwww J " x l, *IUVI1iJkr:T MnLJL and a close contest resulted. The
event was won by the team composed
Football oR U I s Little hard practice was meted out of Butler, Joyner, Burkholder, and
to the Varsity basketball squad, on Hardell, in 3 minutes 40 seconds. The
A Harvard graduate has made a either Wednesday or Thursday nights. losing quartet was made up of Wheel-
proposal to change the rules of the Coach Mather was satisfied with a er, Meese, Larson, and Wetzel. Al-
pigskin game so as to determine the short scrimmage between the regul- though this time is not remarkably
,length of the game according to the lars and the substitutes. fast. Steve seemed pleased with the
number of plays instead of the length f For the first time this year the team result.
of time. The proposal is said to have is playing basketball, and the five thatjPractice runs in the mile, half mile
the indorsement of many' prominent the Michigan mentor now has on the'P and quarter were also part of the
football men including Walter Camp floor is one that will be able to give afternoon's program. In the sprints,
and Percy D. Haughton. Chicago a real battle. Losch, Lashmet, and Lewis showed off
The idea of the proposed change is New Michigan Spirit to the best advantage. Beardsley and
to, prevent teams that are in the lead It is certain that in view of the new Keidanz were also performing well.
from "stalling" in order to consume Michigan spirit, inspired by the win In the other events the usual prac-
time and lessen the chance for their from Minnesota, Chicago will have to tice was indulged in. The absence of
opponents to make up their- score. play a faster game to win here than Carl Johnson, who left yesterday for
,it will also overcome the variation in was the case at the Windy City ear- the New York Athletic club meet in
the number of plays in games direct- lier in the year. New York, was conspicuous. This
ed by different officials. Rea and Wilson, playing the guards was almost the first practice this year
Mr. Harry R. Coffin, who advanced for Michigan in the Gopher game, were which the versatile captain has not
the proposition, advocates a forty play .able to hold the fast. opposing for- attended.
period; penalties and goal-kicks not wards to eight field baskets, five of
to be counted as plays. According to iNhich were secured by Oss. Oas with [NCJEASED ENROLLMENT IS
Mr. Coffin, "When a team obtains a 10 points was the high scorer of the CAUSE OF CROWDED CLASSES
seven-point lead and as a strong re- game, but Karpus was close behind
gard for the other team it invariably with nine, throwing a trio of field
plays slower and greatly lowers the baskets, and an equal number of foul Due to increased enrollment in the
number of plays in order to give the goals. Dunne seems at last to have literary college for the second semes-
opposing team a minimum of oppor- struck his real stride and threw four ter, the class in Sociology 20 has been
tunity. The premium on scoring first double counters from the field. Weiss, closed. This was formerly a class for
at the other forward, secured the rest juniors and at the beginning of the
is altogether too great." , rascr e

Yesterday's ,only match in the inter-
fraternity hockey tournament went to
Theta Chi when it overran Delta Sig-
ma Dflta by the sc6re of '16 to 10. The
individual stars for theday were Fol-
Us and Damon. The other match
scheduled for the afternoon went to
Phi Sigma Delta by default. Nu Sig-
ma Nu failed to show up.
Today's schedule will bring togeth-
er four more teams. At 4:30 o'clock
Delta Chi meets Delta Kappa Epsi-
lon. Kappa Beta Psi takes on Sigma
Nu at 5:15 o'clock.' Great interest is
being displayed in the rink sport this
year, and it bids fair to become one
of the major sports. Other matches]
will be announced later. Prizes will
be awarded to the winning team and to
the runner-up.
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Jr.-%vQvm

et loose with a lit-
r steam today, al-
or twisters were
ast year's freshman
the only southpaw

I
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It celebration of
WASHINGTON,
BIRTHDAY'
At the
Congregational Church
Sunday Morning
February twenty-second
An address by
Lloyd C. Douglas
lEntitled
"The Father of
Our Countr
Special Patriotic Songs

E
a
,

ARE YOU INTERESTED i
WELFARE OF YOUNG MI
Play is as necessary as -
Any game which is intere
enough to afford real Re-(
tion is a beneficial game,
vided it is played amid <
decent srroundings.
Most young men prefer a
like billiards for their lei
hours. If you are interest
the welfare of young men
are invited to visit our bi
parlors as often as you w:
You will find that this
place of clean sporthm
gambling, profanity and
undesirable elements are
lutely TABOO.
HUSTON BR(
Billiards and Bowling, (
and Candles. Cigarettes & F
"We try to treat you Ria

s Varsity
Igessner,
rs, and
918, nine,
tice. A
mnecedto

HOCKEY TEAM TACKLES,
STRONG DETROIT WEB ER'S

Wanted
hes to see
ts all men

a
of

of the points on two long field shots.
Birkhoff and Vollmer, who have
been responsible for the majority of
the points which the Maroons have
rolled up this season, will be two hard
men for the Michigan guards to stop,
at the speed which they have been
traveling this year.
Birkhof Spe4dy Forward
Birkhoff made half of the Chicago
total in the Illinois game, won 23 to
21 by the Maroons, Williams, at cen-
ter, and Captain Hinkle, Higgins and
Crisler at guards make up the rest of

year was openea to sop n U ure6,
with the result that it was well fill-
ed, and could accommodate no more
shortly after the second semester be-
gan.
Two new instructors have been add-
ed to the economics faculty to handle
the large number of new economic
students. Due to the heavy enroll-
ment in his class in business organi-
zation and management, Prof. C. E.
Griffin was obliged to drop Economics
34 to take care of the other class.
Many classes are also being held out-

"Any Act of Memory, WhetherI

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for
ons VARSITY LINEUP WILL BE SAME
is AS IN ASSUTION
and IMATCH

Conscious or Unconscious,

MENTAL PICTURE"
THINK THIS OVER - TEST IT OUT
The purpose of the 20 Exercises in the new booklet "MEMORY
and CONCENTRATION" is to so stimulate and train this mental
faculty that it may be used at will. These Exercises do not obstruct
other study; they aid it. The few minutes of diversion is re-
creative; the mental process is clarified and stimulated for the real
duty of the clay. It begins with kindergarten work in mental pictur-
ing. All highly cultured minds know something of the utility of this
mental picturing. It trains the mind to perfect concentration, and
to remember. It will aid you in your work.

rered'

An excellent opportunity to prove
its mettle will be given the Varsity

Hockey team when it meets the strong the team. Hinkle was an all-Confer- I side the Economics building, which is
Detroit Weber's aggregation at Wein- ence selection last year, and has been hard pressed for available class room..
berg's arena at 7 o'clock this evening. the strongest unit of ,the Maroon de-
When the teams clash the Varsity fense this Year In addition he is an Patronize nourAdvertisers. Adv.

r than in

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he custom in the Olympic tryouts to be held in
schedule dur- about two weeks at Pittsburgh. The
with games winner of these tryouts will be the
pril 10 to 17. champion of the United States and
for a num- will represent this country in the,
the strain of Olympic meets to be held at Antwerp
The trip of- during 1920.
men of even Close Game Predicted
these games The game should be particularly in-
i a chance to teresting inasmuch as the Weber's
defeated the strong Assumption aggre-
gation 9 to 1, while Michigan took the
F OR long end of a 1 to 0 score against the
same squad.
i BOUTS Every man on the Weber's team is
a veteran puck-chaser, each having
us far signed formerly played on the Detroit city
tourney that team. The ability of the squad may
lay afternoon be gathered from the fact that it is
ntry lists are nowv in the lead in the Detroit. city
room off the league. The Michigan team has im-
men who de- proved during the practice of the
gn on these week and it is expected that the Var-
sly annn- sity will make a creditable showing.
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