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GOLF TOURNAMENT
AROSESINTEREST
Time for Qualifying is Extended Un
til the Evening of Novem-
her 7
GAME HAS REGULAR PLACE
AMONG CONFERENCE SPORTS
Play in the qualifying round of the
All-campus golf tournament has pro-
gressed throughout the week. For tie
benefit of those who have been unable
to get out, it has been thought wise
to extend the time of qualifying until
the evening of Nov. 7.
Student members of the Ann Ar-
bor Golf club and those paying daily
dues are eligible to play whether
freshmen or not. All who are inter-
ested in. the game are strongly urged
to enter the tourney. In the qualify-
ing round, 36 holes are to be played
and the highest eight will constitute
the first flight. The next highest
eight will make up the second flight.
Match Play Begins Monday
Match play begins on Monday and
each natch will consist of 18 hole
until the finals in both flights when 36
hles will be required for the cham-
pionsbip. Trophies are to be given to
the winners and runners-up in each
flight.
SO far more than 70 are playing in
the event, which is more than double
any former number of entrants. Ac-
cording to Professor Trueblood, it is]
;not at all unlikely that inter-univer-
eity matches will be played next
spring. Now that golf has been made
a Conference sport with swimming
specer, and hockey matches with oth-
er school will in all probability be
Development Expected
The Conference golf tournament at
Chicago several weeks ago did much
toward establishing the game among
university athletics. Unfortunately
the two best men on the campus were
not eligble to compete. It is certain
that tournaments such as the one
now: being played will do much in
developing stronger university teams.
Studentsr who care to enter the All-
campus tourney are to leave their
names with Allen Welch at 1880-.
TRIAL MATCHES. FOR UNION
BILLIARD TOURNEY CONTINUE
J. C. Harbert, "23,dmade the second
best showing to date in the Union
billiard tournament by collecting 40
points while Al Taylor was running
pff hi string of 300 at the Union
billir4 room Wednesday night. Iar-
1et, who won both milliard trophis
presented by the Union last year, got
away to a good start but lost all
chance of bettering his record when
Taylor made a long run of 187
points.
In the match Thursday afternoon,
W. H. Ingham, '21, made six counts
while Taylor was completing his
string. This is the worst defeat reg-
istered to date in the tourney and
showed Taylor in his most consistent
form. Friday afternoon Taylor de-
feated David Landis, '21L, and S. D.
Moeller, '22, by scores of 300 to 11
and 300 to 8, respectively. In the
latter match, T7aylor's run of 203
points was easily the feature of the
play and is the record for the tourna-
ment.
Entries will close today for the
straight rail handicap tourney which

will open next week. The tournament 1
now- in: progress has been in the na-I
ture of trials to determine a proper
han4icap for each entrant in the next
meet. The men who have made the
best showing against Taylor will re-

ceive the heaviest handicaps. The
billiard committee is desirous of hav-
ing an entry list of at least 12.
26 FRESHMEN SENT
TO OHIO CONTEST
Fraternities Subscribe Necessary
Funds to Cover Expenses
Twenty-six men from the freshman
football squad left this morning to
make the trip to Columbus to witness
the game between the Varsity and
Ohio State. Coach Mather was con-
fronted with the difficult task of pick-
ing the men who were to be the guests
of the different campus fraternities.
The list includes the names of Kipke,
Rockwell, Roby, Swan, Cameron, Dean,
Neisch, McKay, Lipscher, Peskins,
Hathaway, Rankin, Bien, Watchpock-
At, McCall, Smith, Kreinheder, Mar-
:on, Knode, Fairbairn, Ellis, Mac-
Wood, and Spencer.
Making a trip with the Varsity Is
3ne of the rewards given every year
to the freshman squad by campus or-
;anizations. Last year the first year
mnen went to Chicago. Transporta-
son expenses are provided for by a
.bscription fund circulated among
'he fraternities. A Conference rul-
ing does not permit the Athletic as-
sociations to cover this expense. Only
'nen eligible to play, coaches, train-
irs, and managers, total not exceeding
35 in number may be sent. The fresh-
men left this morning on the special.
INTERCLASS SOCCER
TO BEGIN MONDAY
Teams in the interfraternity soccer
tournament now number 25. The
draw for games has continued with
the result that the following teams
will come together on Thursday of
next week, Alpha Sigma Phi vs. Sig-
ma Chi, Phi Chi vs. Signus club,
Phylon vs. Phi Gamma Delta. The
Irst round of this tourney is to be
run off next week, after which theE
teams will be given a week to prac-
tice, during which time the interclass
tournament will be played.
There are to be seven interclass
teams. They are the Laws, Medics,
Dents, upperciass engineers, under-
Alass engineers, upperclass lits, and
nderclass lits. Practice will be call-
3d for these squads during next week,
at which time teams will be picked.
Week after next is the time set for
running off the entire tournament.
Two losses eliminates a team from the
running. Managers for three of the
eams have been appointed, Medies--
Futch; Laws-Storz; Dents-Thomnp-
son. Managers for the other classes
will be announced later.
Jerseys will be awarded to the
winning team and to the runner-up.
Candidates for the class teams will
have all of next week in which to
round out squads. Because of the ad-
vantage which the literary and engi-
nering colleges have over the other
classes with respect to the number of
men to pick from, it was decided that
two teams be selected from each of
these schools.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.
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VARSITY PREPARED
FOR STIFF BATLE
(Continued from Page One).
With Usher and Steketee in the
halves, Michigan will have two speedy
runners, who are adept at picking
holes, and can be counted on for

igan can depend upon to play well and as a result the closest sort of a
at any time. race is expected. The first six men
Ohio Line Heavy to cross the mark' will compose the
Ohio presents a team several pounds all-frosh cross country squiad and,
heavier in the line, and of about even in addition the first three to finish
weight in the backfield. To the dash- will receive silver loving sups suit-
ing attack of the Buckeyes, Michigan ably engraved. Numeral jerseys are
presents a defense which Coach awarded to the freshmen team. The
Zuppke of Illinois characterised as run will be in charge of Minor Sports
"inspired." Manger Elliott.

strongest rivals in the event, but De
troit and Albion are both credited with
powerful aggregations.
Soccer Team Also at Lansing
In conjunction with the cross
country run the Wolverine soccer
team meets the Farmers at the con-
clusion of the race. It is planned
to start the hill and dale, event about
half an hour before the soccer con-
test so that the finish will take place
on the soccer field when the crowd
is assembled. As there are no other
athletic events at Lansing today it is
expected that many spectators will
witness the contests.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.

If the Ohio 'backs can be stopped
Michigan should still have a chance
for a high position in the Conference
race. and if think k pir rirhf

a, " 1 n11gs Dreax right, a tie
steady gaining. Steketee will take ' UX 111, L*
with Illinois at the close of the sea-
care of the Wolverine punting. Nel- son.
son,-Michigan premier defensive play-
er, will open the game at full, butn
may give way to Cohn at the end of
the first period. Cappon and Goebel BUSY AYURANE iU
are Michigan's bets for end. Goebel
will kick Michigan goals, which he has'S CUNTRY SQU90S
been doing with regularity during the
past week.
Johns will play right tackle in place Michigan cross country men will be
of Tad Wieman, who made the trip kept busy today by two big events.
with the team, but is in no condition to At 10:30 o'clock this morning the all-
play on account of his bad knee. frosh race will start from Waterman
Capain Goetz will be in his usual gymnasium with an entry list num-
place at left tackle, and will play his bering almost 60. This afternoon at
usual game, which means that no Lansing, the varsity harrier squad
back in the country will be able to takes part in the state meet against
gain through this position. such strong teams as M. A. C.,
Dunne and Wilson are the choice Adrian, Albion, Detroit Uuniversity,
for the guards, and will have their Kalamazoo College, and Western
hands full with the opposing State State Normal.
linesmen. Prizes to Winners
Vick at center needs little comment, The freshmen have been training
as he is one of the players that Mich- their hardest for the past two weeks

It is possible that the outcome of
the state meet will result in the final
ownership of the state trophy. Mich-
igan and M. A. C. both hold two legs
on it and according to the rules it
goes to the first school to win it three
times. The Aggies are Michigan's
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