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REACH FINALS IN
FALL NET TOURNEY
Bowers and Borich Fight for Campus
Title When Weather Will Permit
Play in the fall tennis tournament
has been temporarily but effectively
stopped by the recent heavy fall of
snow, but not before the final round
in btoh singles ;and doubles had beenI
reached.I
As soon as the weather permits, the
singles champ'onship will be decided

by the match between Bowers and
Rorich. Both of these men have play-
ed steadily and consistently and have
succeeded in downing some of the
most favored entries.
By virtue of their 6-2, 6-1 victory
over Peterson and Andrus, who won
by default from Cole and Brott, Riley

TEAM LEAVES FOR
MINNESOTA TORY

the center for student and alumni ac-
tivities.
On the homeward trip, the team
will leave Minneapolis at 10:30 Sat-
urday night on the Chicago and
Northwestern, reaching Chicago at
11:49, from where they leave on the
Michigan Central at 12:30 o'clock.
The party will reach Ann Arbor at
6:05 o'clock Sunday evening.
Strongest Line-Up to Start

CROSS COUNTRY NOTICE
The freshman cross country
squad, Davis, Leland, Arndt,
Hattendorf, Bowen, and Yakes,
will meet at 4:15 o'clock Thurs-
day afternoon in the Varsity
training room ' at Waterman
gymnasium for the purpose of
electing a captain.

winners made a remarkable spur
the final minutes and scored two g
winning 3 to 2.
In the class games the lower
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and Cenebach have won their way into jmraJLA MIUU Xa - Iv
the finals in the doubles. Opposing of 1920 Gridiron Squad
them will be the winner of the Greg- Yesterday
ory-Sanchez vs. Bowers-Creedon -
1_-AP -'., -TAlD OF 25 MEN TO MAKE

match. The latter pair defeated Gustus
and Kelsey in a stiff battle and the
former downed Sullivan and Gibson
some time ago.

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L AST TIMES TODAY

TRIP FOR YEAR'S LAST GAME
Michigan's last practice on Ferry
field before the invasion of the north-
men of Minnesota for the final game
of the 1920 gridiron season left the
men tempered for a hard battle, and
prepared for the slashing attacks of
,the Gophers, who will make every ef-
[fort to win at least one Conference
game and to retain possession of the
antique "little brown jug" which went
to Minneapolis last year for the first
time in its long history.
Undergoing a light but long work-
out on a field, which had just been
cgeared of three inches of snow, the
Wolverine warriors met practically
the same conditions that they will
face Saturday, - a biting wind, a lit-
tle snow, and a slow field. Further
drill in the fundamentals and work
in smoothing out the rough spots of
the offensive play occupied the Var-
sity yesterday, and this will be the
end of preparation, with the excep-
tion of a light workout on Northrop
field, Friday afternoon.
Team Leaves This Afternoon
Entraining at 1:23 this afternoon
from the Michigan Central station,
the Varsity team of 25 men, coaches,
the manager, and two Athletic asso-
ciation representatives arrive in Chi-
cago at 7:30 o'clock, from where they
depart at 8:15 o'clock via the Chi-
cago, Milwaukee. and St. Paul for
Minneapolis" arriving there at 9:55
the next morning. While in Minne-
anolis. the Varsity will stop at the

Realizing that Minnesota is out to'
give the Wolverines a bitter battle in
its last chance to win a 1920 Con- which is slowly developing its latent
ference game, Coach Yost is starting strength. The Iowa score against
his strongest line-up against the the Gophers is no indication of the
Gophers. In all probability Tad hard fight they put up, for three of !
Wieman will be able to start the the Hawkeye scores came as direct
game, and the remainder of the team results of fumbles and were practi-
will be the same that played against cally gifts of the Gophers. In this !
Chicago, Steketee and Usher, halves; contest and in the Illinois and Wis-
Nelson, fullback; Banks, quarter; !consin games, Minnesota gained more
Vick, center; Dunne and Wilson, by straight football than did her op-
guards; Goetz and, Wieman, tackles; ponents.
and Cappon and Goebel, ends, are A hard .fight is expected by every
Yost's choices for the final game of member of the team and by the
the year. coaches, for Minnesota is out to avoid
Since the Illinois game, this is the the ignominy of failing to win a
strongest combination that has ever Conference game.
played, and each man is in better _
-hape than ever before. Steketee, YESTERDAY'S SOCCER GAMES

No
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WORRY YOUR HEAD 0 F
IF YOU WANT TO
-but if you're wise, you'll forget
your worries after school hours.
Shake off your troubles when tl
whistle blows and you shut up yc
desk for the day. Come to Hust
Bros. and play a few games of billiard
No game ever invented gives mo
pleasure and nothing is more restf
than an hour or so spent over a b
liard table.
H USTON BROS.
Pocket and Carom Billiards.
Cigars and Candies.
Soft Drinks and Light Lunches.
Cigarettes and Pipes.
"WE TRY TO TREAT YOU RIGHT

Cappon, Goebel, and Wilson are allI

physically the best that they
been, and all are out for "the
brown jug."
Gophers Now at Height
Coach Sturznegger reports
Michigan will have the hardest

have
little
that
game

RESULT IN CLOSE CONTESTS\
Soccer contests yesterday resulted
in the hardest fought and closest
games that have yet been played. Phi
Delta Theta won from Kappa Beta
Psi in a game that was not decided un-
til the final whistle was blown. The

of the

season against Minnesota,

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"The Shepherd Of
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grade Materials in the very best Styles.

Men's All-Wool Ribbed
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Shades of Brown and
Heather - $1.25 values.
At Our Reconstruction
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WCOL HOSE

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MEN'S SILK SHIRTS

Men's $5 High Grade Cloth Hats in the Latest Shades
and Styles.

Men's $7.50 and $8.00. Pure Silk Shirts. .First
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