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CONFERENCETEAMS
EVENLY MATCHED

Big Ten ,Standing No Criterion
Judgment In Many Cases;
Michigan Ranks Well

for

WOLVERINES SUPERIORS OF
IOWA AND IND. BY COMPARISON
CONFERENCE STANDING

the better percentage. Northwestern
follows close behind with Minnesota
a bad ninth., However, the evenly
matched quality of Conference com-
peultion this year, is well illustrated
by the fact that both Wisconsin and
Michigan, two of the four strongest
teams In the Big Ten, beat the Goph-
ers by only a single field goal.
Purdue was outclassed by hell the
other teams she met, her, best score
being that of a 10 to 7 defeat at the
hands of Indiana.
L ansin nlers
C laim For Honors
A new contender for the lower state
football supremacy has come to the]
fore as a result of the telegrtms sent I
out to 11 state. high school football
coaches yesterday by the champion-
ship game committee. Lansing High.
is the newest addition to the circlet
which already contains Detroit North-

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Ohio ..............5
Wisconsin ....,.. .4
Indiana........,...3
Illinois ......... .4
Iowa ...... ........3
Michigan ..,,:........2
Northwestern ......2
Chicago}...........2
Purdue ,.............0
Minnesota .,.......0

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_____ _____ vitations to join
RG SWIMMERSINTRAMURAL NOTICE 15 days will be s
colleges in the Ea
OPENING P04CIICE All fraternities wishing to en-
ter teams in the swimming and
bowling tournaments can do so
FUTURE PROSPECTS BRIGHTENED by calling the intramural office.
BY APPEARANCE OF NEW Phone 2268.
CANDIDATES__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
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With more than 35 candidates re- PHI SIGMA KAPPA
porting for practice the swimming GOES TO FINALS
season opened auspiciously yesterday
afternoon. The feature of the work- Phi Sigma Kappa won a hotly con-
out was Hubbard's good time in the tested soccer game from Delta Upsi-
440 yard free style. The sophomore lon yesterday and earned the right to
star went the distancr in six minutes meet Delta Chi in the final round for LOT Y
fiat beating last year's Conference the championship. The game yester- DISTINCT
time by 17 3-5 seconds. Practically all day was close from start to finish and
of the new men who reported showed the winner was decided on corner
ofthne w rmsenkicks, Delta Upsilon 'having .two
great promise.ty chalked up against them against none
There was a dearth of tryout; fora for the winners. The match for the
Varsity backstroke, but the breast frtewnes h ac o h
stroke men are, for the most part, cup will be played Monday. In other
stokd mn the, oretheil osapart matches Theta Xi won from Theta
good, and the dives will apparently be Chi 3 to 0, and the dents defeated
in capable hands. The Varsity plunge the lower engineers 2 to 0.
far distance suffered the same fate as Finals in the interclass series will
the backstroke, while the crawl eventsF be held at 3:15 o'clock Friday be-
seem to have plenty of material. tenhe de:clskb Fradayhe -
Gymnasium work is on the schedule twen the underclass lits and the dents.
for this afternoon, all men being ask-
ed to report to Coach Drulard at S ! Eastern Schools Form Hockey League
o'clock at Waterman gymnasium. An intercollegiate hockey league
The tank will 'not be open Thurs- has been formed with Yale, Harvard, C
day afternoon, but regular practice Princeton, Dartmouth, Pennsylvania,
will be held on Friday. and Cornell as chapter members. In- L

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Respect Your Feet, They
Deserve RUBY Shoes.
"Alex"

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Poetic justice is not usually consid- Westnanuskegon, and according
ered 4pplicable to athletics, but Ohio's to advices received from disinterest-
defeat of Illinois in the last minute of ed coaches the Capital city institution
play for the Conference championship has made a record this year that en-
Saturday was as satisfactory a ven- titles it to as much consideration as
geance for the defeat registered by the Northwestern.
Indians a year ago as could be asked Muskegon is the only school men-
Ohio Pass Wins tioned that has gone through the sea-
Last season it was Bobbie Fetch- son undefeated, but because of the
er's toe that gave Illinois a Big Ten class of competition she has encoun-
championship. This time it was the tered cannot be considered superior
Ohio pass combination, Wo;kman to to the other two teams. Grand Rap-
Myers, that turned the trick. Both ids Central entertains, Muskegon at
years there was practically no dif- home tomorrow afternoon and the
ference in strength between the two Muskies will have ,to win and win
teams. It is, therefore, only just that decisively to be considered further for
each should win once, the Ferry field battle.
Teams .Even Lansing and Northwestern have met
The 1920 football season is remark- defeat once during the seas6n, but be-
able for the equality of the teams. cause of the long schedule played and
With the single exception of Purdue, the high class cpmp'etition encounter-
it is doubtful whether any of the Big ed have been adjudged equally worthy
Ten teams could have been defeated to bear the lower state colors in the
by 20 points by any of the others at state title clash with Menominee.
the end of the season. As the re- . Because of the difficulty which has
sults of the ,games show, Wisconsin been experienced In determining the
was just inferior to Ohio, as was also southern peninsula's best the game
the case with Illinois. Michigan, has been postponed to Saturday, De-
moreover, was not far behind for she cember 4.
made a better showing against Chi-
cago than any of the others. Although FOkEIGN DEBT CANCELLATION
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did Michigan, that victory was in mid-
season before the Gophers began to
come back.
M ich'* an Excels Iowa
rowa's claims to ascendancy over
tie Wolverines are also difficult to
combat. The Hawkeyes walloped
Minnesota 28 to 7 the week before the
Wolverine ,game. On the other hand.
Michigan won 14 to 0. from Chicago,
wbcreas the Iowa eleven lost to the
Midway team 10 to 0. From this point
of view, then, the Maize and Blue ag-
gregation was the stronger.
Chicago and Iowa ended the season
about on a par as far as strength
soes, although the latter had much

SUBJECT OF ALPHA NU DEBATE
"Resolved-That the war debt owed
the United States by the European
governments should be cancelled by
the United States," is the question to
be debated by Alpha Nu Debating so-
ciety at it,,, next regular meeting at
7:30 o'clock Friday evening at its club
rooms in University hall.
This part of the program, to which
visitors are invited, will be followed
by a short business session.

The end is in sight--only three days yet remain- Today, Friday and Saturday
are the last days of our Reconstruction Sale, and they will be three of the biggest
days of the sale, for the prices are going to be cut deeper and deeper and the
values are greater than ever.

MENS SUITS UP TO $60
TODAY and FRIDAY
(Closed all day Thuisday)

LOST AND FOUND?;

MEET PICTURES WANTED
Anyone having pictures of the
interscholastic track meet last
spring is asked to call Robert
Sage, '22, at 1460. These are
urgently wanted for publication.

Students who have articles
which they found on Ferry field
during the class games on Sat-,
urday, are requested to leave
them at the secretary's office in
University hall. After 60 days,
if owner has not called and
identified his property, the find-
er will be given it back.
SECRETARY OF THE
UNIVERSITY-.

YOUR

CHOICE

P35.00

MICHIGAN UNION LIFE MEN-
BIBS,' ATTENTION I

MEN'S SUITS
Men's Suits worth up to'
$80.00, by the house of
Kuppeniteimer; the very
best in the House; also the
best to be had.
RECONSTRUCTION
PRICE
$58.95
MEN'S OVERCOATS
Men's $45.00 Overcoats in
best of Materials and latest
Models.
RECONSTRUCTION'
PRICE
$29x95
MEN'S OVERCOATS
Men's Overcoats to $70.00
values - Very high grade
Materials in very best of
styles. Your choice at our
RECONSTRUCTION
PRICE
$48.95'
MEN'S OVERCOATS
Men's Overcoats to $80.00
values - all very High
grade Materials in Belted
and Conservative Models -
Your choice at our
RECONSTRUCTION
PRICE
$38.95
MEN'S SUITS
*Men's Suits to $7000-all
high grade Materials and
Snappy Styles. Good raiwe
of Sizes. Your choice at'
RECONSTRUCTION
PRICE
$48.95

Over 100 Suits in one lot to class
at $35.00, included in this lot are

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All' students in their last year
of residence in the University
who have signed for a Lik Mem-
bership in the Michigan Union,
and expect to get credit for the
$b which they have paid with
their tuition, must make an ad-
ditional payment of $5 before
December 1., The Constitution
of the Union covering this point
reads as follows:
"If the applicant shall have
made application and payment
of the first installment prior to
December 1 of the last year of
his attendance at the University,
he shall be given a refund or,
credit of the tuition payment of
$5 made by him for such last
year of attendance."
Payments should be made at
the Business Office of the Union
during the regular offce hours.
If the subscinber is not able to
come to the office at these hours,
a check mailed in with the
Treasurer's receipt will receive
proper credit, and return of the
receipt will be made.

"THERE'S NOTHING TO DO
IN THIS OLE TOWN"
Have you ever sail that when
you're tired of the movies, and
your best girl is out of town,.
and you feel sort of "unneces-
sary?"
Just note the address at the
bottom of this advertisement
and drop in here "Just to look
around" and watch the players.
You'll soon find a partner for
a game of "rotation" or
"straight" and forget all about
your lonesomeness.
This is a clean, decent place,
one which you'll enjoy visiting
regularly. Come in today.
HUSTON BROS.
Pocket and Carom Billiards.
Cigars and Candles.
Soft Drinks and Light Lunches.
Cigarettes and Pipes.
We Try to Treat You Right"
No. 2

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