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MITCHELL ISSUES RULES

CUPS OFFERED TO WINNERS
XEET IN VARIOUS
CLASSES a

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Rules to govern the interfraternity
and interclass swimming meets have
been issued by Intramural Director
Mitchell. With one exception the
events in the two meets will be the
same. Each will have the, 40, 100, and
220 yard free style, the 60 yard back
and breast strokes, the plunge for dis-
tance and the fancy diving. The in-
terfraternity meet will, in addition,
offer a relay.
Many Entries Permitted
No hoUe will be permitted to en-
ter less than three men, but there is
no limit to the number who may com-
pete. Every house entering will be
awarded 40 points on .their year's
score and additional points will be
granted on a basis of the final re-
sults of the meet. The winning house
will be awarded a cup, all expenses of
the meet being borne by the intra-
mural department except those for
practice.
No fraternity members or pledges
are barred from the meet and all en-
tries must be in the hands of Director
Mitchell by Saturday, Dec. 4. Pre-
liminaries in all events will be held
Monday evening, Dec. 6, and finals the
following evening.
The rules are practically the same
for the interclass meet, save that
winners of varsity numerals last year
are barred. Winners of four or more
points will be awarded numerals, first
place counting five, second three, third
two, and fourth one.
Entries h;y Dec. 11
It is requested that entries be made
as soon as possible, and none will be
received after Saturday, Dec. 11. Sign
up at the intramural office in room
3 of the Press building across from
the Majestic theater, or phone 2268.
After entering the men will be per-
mitted to practice at the reduced rate
of 25 cents. No charge will be made
for the meet.
The pool will be closed this after-
noon, but regular practice will be
hel from 3 to 5 o'clock tomorrow.
Prospective tryouts for the team who
did not report Tuesday are urged to
be on hand as entries are to be made
in the Detroit Athletic club meet on
Dec. 4.
AL TAYLOR LOSES
TOURNEY IN EAST
Al Taylor, manager of the Union
billiard room, has just returned from
a trip in the East in which he com-
peted with Albert Cuther in a tourna-
ment to decide the Eastern billiard
championship. He lost to Cuther by
a small margin. Taylor was suffer-
in. from a severe attack of ptomaine
poisoning at the time, however. After
the meet with Cuther, Taylor stayed
five days at Buffalo, where he played
exhibition games and gave talks on
billiards.
Next Saturday the billiard expert
goes, to Detroit to remain four days.
He will engage in a competition with
Welker Cochran, Jake Schaefer and
Willie Hoppe. Taylor thinks that he
will prove a match for Cochran, who
is one of the best billiardists in the
country.
A billiard tournament in which the
campus championship will be decid-,
ed will be run off some time after
Christmas. No handicaps will be al-I
lowed in this affair. It will be open
to all University men. Later a frater-
nity tournament will be arranged.
0. S. U. Invited to Play in California
Pasadena, Calif., Nov. 24. - The
football team of Ohip State university
was formally invited today to repre-
sent the east in the annual intersec-
tional gridiron classic in Pasadena
New Year's day.

Read The Daily for Campus News.

I RMBOWLINANOTICE YE
Interclass and interfraternity PL ED CO
bowling tournaments will start
immediately after Thanksgiv-
ing. All teams expecting to en- BOWLING AND SWIMMING MEETS
ter must notify the intramural PROJECTED BY ATHLETIC l
office at once. MANAGERS
When the soccer season closes next!
week, intramural sports will continue
LIII 111(111 to be active if the present plans ofj
Ai ARBOR llb N U Director of Intramural Athletics
Mitchell are carried out. He is ar-
rangingfor two swimming meets, one
for fraternity entrants, and one be-
tween classes.
TEAMS PLAY PAST SEASON Class and House Bowling
GAME ON WINES Director Mitchell has planned out
FIEL two bowling tournaments, also. The
first of these meets will be for fra-
Ann Arbor high school will cele- ternity teams. These will be five-man
brate Thanksgiving today by playing iteams and will play first in a quail-
post season game at 10:30 o'clock fying contest. The eight highest scor-E
with the husky Holland gridders on ing teams will then play an elimina-
Wines field. Each team has met de- tion tournament. The team which
feat this seaso1 and thehgame will wins this tournament will be present-
not decide any championship al- ed with a cup.
though the Ann Arborites have a com- The second tournament will be a
mendable record of seven wins and class bowling meet. The classes will
two defeats. Holland is noted for its also enter five-man teams, being sub-
powerful elevens and recently held ject to the same rules as the frater-
Muskegon, one of the championship nity teams. The winning team in the
aspirants, to a scoreless tie. The reg- inter-class tournament will be given
ular season for the local team was class jerseys. Individual high scor-
completed last week, but Coach Law- er of the two series will be present-
ler decided last night to accept the ed with a cup.
challenge of the Holland eleven for Phi Delt's 1919 Winners9
Turkey day. These two tournaments will proba-
The Holland team will be kept at bly attract the attention of most of
several fraternity houses while it is the men on the campus as they did
in the city. last year and so lively competition
is assured.
NOVEMBER
: M T W T F S

Last year the Phi Delta Theta team
hauled the bowling honors in the in-
tra-fraternity tournament with a to-
tal score of 2,517 points. The senior
engineer team won the other contest
with a score of 2,552 points.
Harold Storz, '22L, took individual
high scoring honors with a score of
605 points for three consecutive
games. Fraternities desiring to en-
ter teams in the inter-fraternity tour-
nament are asked to phone the Intra-
mural Athletics office as soon as Pos-
sible.
Sister Hits 409
In 1920 Campaign
St. Louis, Nov. 24-When George Sis-
ler, the Browns' first sacker, blazed
the trail for American league hitters
during the campaign just ended and
finished with an average that unoffi-
cial figures place at .409 ,it marked the
first occasion in eight years that a
major league player has reached the
.400 mark, and gave the St. Louis
Americans their first batting cham-
pion since 1906, when George Stone
finished with,.358.
Records indicate, incidentally, that
it was only the fifth time in a score of
-years that a big league mark of such
proportions has been established, and
in every instance by an American
leaguer.
LaJole of Cleveland led the way in
1901, when he finished the season
with .422, and it was not until 10
years had passed that his record was
approached. Ty Cobb and Joe Jack-
son then hung up marks of .420 and
.408, respectively. Cobb's held up for
another year, compiling an average
of .410 in 1912, but after that, the
.400 genius became extinct until this
year.
The last time the National league
owned a .400 hitter was in 1899 when
Ed. Delehanty of Phladelphia ended
with .408.

In addition to leading the league, Chicago to Be Actually Bone Dry
Sisler established a new modern rec- Chicago, Nov. 24.-Chicago wifl be
ord for hits in a season, driving out "the most unhealthful place for
258. The previous mark, .248, was
set by Ty Cobb in 1911. crooks and the dryest city in the Unit-
ed States by Christmas," federal, state
Now is the time to order your PER- and city officials declared tonight, aft-
SONAL CHRISTMAS CARDS. Engrav- er they 'had taken part today in a
ing and Embossing. O. D. Morrill, 17 1 liquor drive which closed 72 saloons
Nickel's Aarcade.-Adv. and cabarets.

Mrs. Fox was bragging one day about the large
number of her cubs.
"How many cubs do you bring into the world at
one time?" she asked the LIONESS.
"Only ONE;" replied the Lioness-"but it's a
LION.
MURODS COST 20 CENTS for a BOX
of 10-BUT THEY'RE MURADS!
JMURADS would be lower priced if we left out
all or part of the 00%Turkish tobaccos of the purest
and bet varieties grown-or if we substituted inferior
grades of Turkish tobacco.
But they wouldn't beMURADS-they'donly be
Foxes
"Judge for yourself-!"

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