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remaining games will soon be made
up and the contesting teams should
take particular notice of the time at
which they are to play.
VARSITY COURT SQU49r
ARE WELL FILLED'
Mather Takes Charge of
WILL BE ABLE TO PLAY;
KARPUS TO START AT
COACH SPECIFIES WHO ARE
TO CONTINUE FOR PRACTICE
DR. iLY FURNISHES VARSITY
TI AINING FOR GYM CLASSES
Gym classes are at present being
put through strenuous indoor running
practice in order that, when the weath-
er permits, it will be possible to take
the men out and give them cross-
country work. Last semester Dr. May
had the men running a half mile, at
present they are doing three-quar-
ters, and before long the course will
be a mile.
The crowded conditions of the gym
caused by Varsity track practice has
made it necessary to break the class-
es up into squads and these squads
are being given shadow boxing to-
gether with apparatus work. Later
on, boxing'and wrestling matches will
,be staged inorder to provide varie-
ty in the work.
The Daily's specialty is service to
Touches the Spot
THE COCA-COLA CO.
rell and his track squad
r Urbana at 8:50 o'clock
g. They will not arrive
ination until 9 o'clock, in
however, due to a three
All .baseball candidates
Several scrimmages against the
Michigan all-resh ,basketball team,
and steady work on -the worst feature;
of the Michigan game, basket-shoot-
ing, has instilled spirit and confi-
dence into the team.
et - Henderson Baek in Shape
the first With Rea out, Henderson and Weiss
n and will have been doing the best basket ring-
t upon the ing ,although Dunne is throwing coun-
It is prob- ters from the floor with' regularity.
.door meet Rea should be back in unifori .to-
the results night, but will probably not be allow-
Followers ed to play any length of time. His
m will be knee is still troublesome, but will not
points in interfere with his playing Saturday
If Chica- night.
Wisconsin Peare, Wilson and Williams, who
y in these guarded for Michigan against Illi-
an a much nois, will be the first choices for- Sat-
valking off urday -night. Michigan was rble to
events. hold Illinois to half the score here
lay Carni- that was made in their first encounter
, it is ex- at Urbana mainly through the defen-
inois, and sive playing of these men.
;est point Long Shot Men to Open
will 'be Karpus will start at one forward,
t Michiganl and either Rea,,r Weiss at the other.
y teams.- .Either of the last two men is good on
Eeen long shots, but Rea's defensive play-
meet will ing is a bit better than that df Weiss.
Lie outdoor .
o because DRULARD LOOKING
individual FOR DIVING M E N;
charge , tf Coach Mather at practice
yesterday afternoon. - Coach Mather
officiated in the absence of the regu-
lar Varsity mentor, Carl Lundgren,
who is confined at his home with a
severe cold. - Coach Mather put the
men through the same routine of
training' which they have been hay-
ing for the past two weeks. Batting
practice will not begin until Lund-
gren's return to the jo,b which is ex-
pected in a-few days.
Will Continue to Report
The coach has announced that the
following men' are still on his list
and are expected to appear for prac-
tices: pitchers, V. H. Parks, Saun-
ders, Scheidler, Ruzicka, Hubach, Ga-
riepy, r Renwick, Merz, Smith, Gold-
smith, Richmond, Lemp, Kresge, At-
las, Lorah; catchers, Bigelow, Coates;
Spidel, Genebach, Harding, Taggert,
Hays; first basemen, Garman, Moyna-
han, Hays,. Newell, Froemke, Euberg,
Novak; second basemen, Eager, Mur-
chison, Burchell, Hanna, Wilkins, Van
Boven, Middleditch, Wimbles, Novak,.
Hoffman, Cameron, Abbott, Dunn;
third- basemen, Mraz, Karpus, Wolf-
son; shortstop, Chapman, Knode,
Lamb, Wemberg; outfield, Kresge,
Van Domlen, Langahan, McGowan,
Genebach, Fisher, Kahn, Kirchgess-
ner, Perrin, Marfin, Bell, Hause, Phe-
ney, Cites, Haberman, Wirt, Van Bov-
en, Wilkins, Wemberg, Pearman, Os-
borne. Pettibone. Dunn.
Positions Well Filled
Every position is supplied with its
quota of aspiring candidates. The to-
tal number exclusive of duplicates in
the case of men who are trying out for
several positions is over 65.
ARE YOU INTERESTED in the
WELFARE OF YOUNG MEN?
Play is as necessary as work.
Any game which is interesting
enough to afford real Re-crea-
tion is a beneficial game, pro-'
vided It is played amid clew,
Most young men prefer games
like billiards for their leisure
hours. If you are interested in
the welfare of young men, you
are invited to visit our billiard
parlors as often as you wish.
You will find that this is a
place of clean sport, where
gambling, profanity and other
undesirable elements are abso-
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candies. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"
Hey Boy! Have You Tasted The Gc
Food At The ARCADE?
Pure foods at low prices, prepared by experts.
Everything displayed on our forty-foot.~stean
Select just what appeals to your own indi
5 Bakery goods fresh from our own ovens.
Delicious coffee with rich Jersey cream.
Kindness, courtesy, and good service prevail 6
I be covere
ager of th
l Swimming practice will be held at
d Mclock tmorrow morning in the
A Y. M. C. A. pool. Coach Drulard will
be on hand and any man who was
unable to be present at Wednesday's
practice will be given a thorough try-
out. New men are needed in the dis-
tance :plunge, the backstroke, and the
dives. Any man who has had any ex-
y perience in swimming and- who is
- under the impression ' that he can
n make good should turn out. The ten
e men who will be selected for the Var-
d sity at a later date will be awarded
- their numerals. There is an excellent
- opportunity for good men.
The illness of Coach Mitchell has
- delayed the formation ofdefinite plans
e for the interclass meet, but this meet
will undoubtedly take place in the
next two or three weeks. Announce-
- ments concerning class, team tryouts
9 will be made when Mitchell is back
on the job.
L FRESHMAN TEAMS
WIN COURT GAMES
U 0 - 6 1 . ' l 11 " . - 11 111 1 1
-inner will be
aks on billiards in
LWednesday at 4
'e group of students.
given at 4 o'clock
Wednesday, at which
is of the game are
i Rho Sigma defeated Theta Xi
iregular schedule game of the
n bowling league on the -Union
rs Wednesday night. Because of
rded conditions on the alleys, the
e between Theta . Delta Chi and
Tin Lizzies was postponed. With
tournament well under way, in--
st in the various teams has be-
e more pronounced. Standings
this week show that the. Michi-
Union, team is leading the Tin
Les and Psi Upsilon .by a narrow
gin with all of the entrants closo
my creditable scores have been
e during the tournament, Psi U's
zg marked up a total of 856 for
game. Wesbrook's score of 254
which he hung up a ome time ago
stands as the alley record. High
e honors for this week go to
0. Mast with a score of 238. A
e is given to the hig scorer on
Union alleys each week in the
In the'interclass basketball league,
the fresh engineers downed the soph
lits Wednesday night by a. score of
13 to 8. Quartel's fresh lits won from
the underclass medics. The score of
that game was 25 to 11. Johnson's
fresh lit team'by non-appearance for-
feited to the senior lits.
Today's games age: Underlass laws
vs. senior engineers in the first round
and the underclasp dents vs. the soph
engineers in the second round.
Play in this league has not - yet
developed the team work which it was
expected would be shown. Undoubt-
edly, this fault will be remedied as,
the race progresses and the men be-
come more accustomed to playing to-
Coach Mitchefl m
Director Mitchell, of the intramural
department, is confined to'his bed with
inafluenza, but the wprk of the depart-
ment is bein ably ocnducted by his
lI.othes haVe a lang
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audibly than vocal sound
of their message, of thei
man or woman is free of t
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r importance; no one-
;n who recognize human
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ristocrat, the banker, the professional,
find in them thorough clothes-satisfac-
I clothes that fit you.
CORRECTION IN SCORE
In Thursday's Daily the statement
was made that the architects defeat-
ed the underclass dents, 17 to 7, in
an intramural basketball game. The
reverse was the case, the dents be-
ing on the long end of the score.
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