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championship. So back to Minneapo- SWIMMING MEETS
11 1E RON UGTO lis it went. (A EN NEXT MONTH1
Surrounded by scores of huge sil-
ver and gold loving cups, the now
famous jug adds the necessary demo- Although the general concensus of
amWLo usug atosheehesstropy cseo opinion about the campus seems to be
cratic atmosphere to the trophy case that swimming has not been accorded
of the Minnesota Union. Doctor May its just dues by the executive com-
RECAPTURE TROPHY FROMII declares that its old resting place in I mittee of the Board in Control of ath-
GOPHERS Waterman gymnasium has been dust- letics, Coach Drulard has expressed
ed off and the chains are In readiness himself as well satisfied.
What's in a Jug? Very little if we to make it fast the day of its return "The money is the main thing," he
are to judge by the lamentations of a to our midst. " said when interviewed, "That is
countless horde of thirsty ones. .Not- w-- - - hat ve need more than anything
withstanding this fact, Just such a Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv. else just at present, and with the
piece of earthenware will be the most
prized trophy of the winning team to-
morrow when the Maize and Blue off
the Michigan mingles with the ma- 1
ron and gold of Minnesota on North-
rop feM, and thereon hangs a tale.
It was way back in 1903 that the
little brown jug first attained its pres-
ent prominence, the setting was the OUR face may
annual homecoming day for the not be your for-s
Gopher alumni and the huge stands tune, but your gen-1A
were packed to the last inch by a eral appearance has
frenzied mob of howling rooters. Min- a lot to do with our
hesota was represented that year byad i ayour al(P (j/f1+J %It
the greatest elevens in her history. s tan di ng a m o ng II
Under the leadership of Captain flog- men. Can you de-
ers, it had kept its goal line free from pend on your collar
the attacks of the foe and had run up
a total of well over 600 points. It;-
was a team, though still smarting
from a 23 to 16 defeat administered byJ -
Michigan the year before, which was
at the height of its power and deter- LOGVOO ZELVdOD
mined to keep its slate clean.
Game a Te
Michigan scored first and settleCollas r ts
a4ow to a defensive game. But Ite
ii the second half Minnesota started 4AR & 'A'0*Q1t iov. y ?,
prbsh4 g its way down the field. They
Imaehed across the 16 yard line, the ___________________________________
10 Ward line, the i5 yardline, creep-
lir inch by inch closer to a score.
On the one yard stripe the Yostmen j
saif n and turned back twoa-
a-Withal neo os FUR PRotICEhpeS CUT T
hanging on the next play, a back
catapulted into the line, it gave not an
inch, but the combined efforts of the
other backs behind the runner was 1IIIJ s0
too much to withstand and the ball
was over."
On the return of the disappointed Our entire Atock of luxurious Furs ar off- Y
team to Ann Arbor, it was discovered
that the little brown jug, used at that ered at a sacrifice. Included in these are Furs
time by the trainer in lieu of the ever-
present water bucket, had been stolen of every description. It will pay you to do
from the training quarters in Minne-
apolis. The jug bad gained a place your Chrstmas shopping right now at
in the hearts of Michigan players and
rooters that could not be replaced. It
was the swastika, the rabbit's foot
and the seven or eleven point combin-ZW ERDLING s
ed.. Its loss was irreparable and its
presence in the hands of the enemy
was a calamity.
Returned in1010 Ladies Tailor and Furrier
During the period of several ath-
Ietig relations between 1903 and 1910 217 EAST LIBERTY STREET
thp jug, decorated with the score of ESTABLISHED IN 1904
the '03 game and the 44te played,
hiunk i} state in the Minnesota athlet-A
is pgtle. In 110, largely by the ef- A smal deposit will holur deledion in our torage vault
f9rts of Stan Wells and Borleske,
Miehigau won from Mlnnesota 0-0 and
the crockery was returned to the Uni-
Vereity, whore it reposed until the re-
stamptirn of relations last fall. After
the disastrous 1919 contest, Coach
Williams' first request was for that
little old jug. He declared that be-
ing able to take it back to Minneapo-
lie with him took the edge off the dis- THE TURKISH
appointment of losing the Big 10 wCIGARETTE
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success of the present drive for Union FRESHMAN CROSS COUNTRY
membership assured there is every MEN ELECT DAVIS CAPTAIN
reason to believe that the pool will:
soon be finished and recognition grant- Yearling Leader Took First Place in
ed to swimming." First Year Hill and Dale
Drulard has announced that the first Race
official practice of the year will be

held next Thursday afternoon, the
freshmen to practice from 3 to 4
oclock vnd the Varsity candidates
during the hour following. Cards
are being printed which will be is-
sued to men as soon .as they have
shown that they are good material for
either the Varsity or freshman squads.
These cards will permit their holders
to practice free of charge, but until
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Harry Davis, newly elected captain
of the fresh cross country team, has a
highly creditable prep school athletic
record hebind him. He was captain of
the Detroit Northwestern high track
team of 1919 and gained a reputation
as their chief point gainer. This team
was a contender for the high school
track championship of Michigan. He
has done the mile, outdoors, in four
minutes, 44 seconds, which is a good

high school record. He ran secon
the mile at the interscholastic i
last year at Lansing. Davis won
freshman cross country run and she
develop into a dependable long d
ance runner.
LEARN TO DANCE
iProf. Mittenthal's School for Da
is"- Friday evenings. Class, 7:0(
8:30. Class for Ann Arbor folks
well as University students and
married folks. You can take te
half term or single lessons. Rates
eight lessons: Gents, $8; ladies,
Enroll now. Class growing rapidl
Adv.
For results advertise in The Mj
igan Daily.-Adv.

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