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TRACK TEAM HAS
GOO DASH SQUAD
Losch and Moersch Look Good in 100
and 220: Others Promise
Well
BUTLER, WETZEL, JOINER AND
WHEELER MAINSTAYS IN 440
Unusually strong in all track events
up to the 880, with the exception of
the hurdles, a fair chance of develop-
ing some good distance men, and two
squads in the field events at present,
better than the average of the Con-
ference timbre, is the present situa-
tion of the Wolverine track team. At
no time in the past three years has:
Coach Farrell been confronted with
such a difficult problem and at the
same time a squad of candidates of
such potential power as the present
one.
Sure of Points
Michigan seems assured of points in
every short distance event she will
enter this season. The loss of Cap-
tain Johnson and Cook from last sea-
son's team is a hard b.low to sustain
but the ability of the remaining speed-
ers sets to rest the fears of Coach
Farrell for the dashes. Losch, if not
handicapped by a return of last year's
injury which kept him out of competi-
tion a major portion of the season,
should be a brilliant performer in the
100 and 220. His best exhibition last
year was in the Cornell meet when
he came within 2-5 of a second of
equalling the world's record in the
75 yard event indoors. Moersch is an-
other veteran sprinter who is counted
on for points. Simmons, Harvie and
Kelley, in their first year of Varsity
competition, will round out an array
of dash men of the first order.
When the data on the 440 squad is
reviewed dopesters are inclined to
smile complacently and agree that on
paper the present set looks much bet-
ter than it did last year. Captain But-
Ber is the ace of the quarter milers
and if Larry does nothing more than
duplicate his 1919 records he will be
a tower of strength to his team. Wet-
hel, Joiner, and Wheeler collaborated
with Butler in forcing the crack I111-
nois relay team to break the Confer-
ence record in order to win the mile
relay event at the Western Confer-
ence meet held here last spring.
Meese and Petty remain from last
year and with Thomas, Lewis and
Kelly of the 1923 team complete the
strongest department of the squad at
present.

BOWLING SCHEDULE
3:45 o'clock - Alpha Sigma
Phi vs. Zeta Psi; Phi Delta
Theta vs. Theta Chi.

Z P P ING 1921
FOOTBALL CAMPAIGN

DEPLER

AND TWO
WILL NOT
BACK

FLETCHERS
BE

STUDENTS INVITED
TO ATTEND SMOKER
All, students are cordially invited
to attend the "Comeback Smoker"
which the University of Michigan club
of Detroit is giving for the members
of the Varsity, reserve, and freshman
football squads at 8 o'clock Saturday
evening in the Detroit Board of Com-
merce. An admission fee of $1 will be
charged.
The special cars for the football
men will leave at 1:10 o'clock Satur-
day from the interurban station in
Ann Arbor. Messrs. J. Griffith Hays
and Harry Tillotson will be on the
cars to pass- out tickets for the Adams
theater, where the men will be the
guests of the management for the atf-
ernoon. A committee of the Univfier-
sity of Michigan club of Detroit will
meet the cars at the Detroit city
limits.
Prof. Lewis M. Gram, one of the
faculty members on, the Board in Con-
trol of Athletics, will speak at the
smoker in place of Prof. J. C. Parker,
who will be unable to be present.
Penn to Have Varsity Boxing Teaml
Philadelphia, Dec. 2.-Boxing will
figure as an intercollegiate sport at
the University of Pennsylvania this
winter if the plans announced by
Robert Ward, university representa-
tive on the executive committee of
the intercollegiate board, are put into
effect.
A wealth of good material answer-
ed the first call for boxers. From
these tryouts the coach weeded out
at least one likely looking boxing
team. In addition to meets between
the colleges the committee has plan-
ned matches between representatives
of the classes.
GIRLS ATTE TION! Rainwater
shampoos, marce waving, manicur-
ing, face and scalp treatment. Wigs
for rant at Mrs. J. R. Trojanowski's,
1110 S. University, side entrance.
Phone 696-W.--Adv.
For live progressive up-to-date ad-
vertising use The Michigan Daily.-
Adv.

Urbana, Ill., Dec. 2.-Relegated to
fourth place in the 1920 Western Con-
ference football standing by the dis-
astrous defeat at the hands of Ohio
State, Illinois has turned attention to
next year's title chances for the Or-
ange and Blue eleven.
Captain John Depier, the Illini
mainstay at center, shed the mole-
skins with the ending of the-1920 sea-
son. He will go down in football his-
tory as one of the west's great puivot
men and many Illinois fans declare
there .would be a different story to
tell if Depler had been in the Ohio
game. Shoulder injuries sustained in
practice kept him on the bench.
Credit Due Reitsch
To Reitsch, a green man with little
practice this year, will probably go
the passing job in 1921. He gave a
good account of himself against Ohio
and on the strength of his showing
is being given consideration for a let-
ter.
The two Fletchers, Bob and Ralph,
both of whom played three years and
won football fame, will graduate next
spring, as will Ems, the big tackle.
Bob Fletcher has been called one of
the headiest Conference quarterbacks
in years and the toe of Ralph Fletcher
has been the Illini means of victory
on numerous occasions, due to his
accuracy in goal kicking.
Kopp to Graduate
Bill Kopp, last year's captain, who
sacrificed his place in the line to a
better man, will finish next spring,
Larimer, Middleton, and Howard, oth-
.er substitutes, will also be missing
next year. The losses from this year's
team, however, are comparatively
light and Coach Zuppke expects to
mould another team next year of
championship calibre.
Charles Carney, the receiving end of
the brilliant Walquist-Carney aerial
combination, is in bad shape from the
Buckeye game. The ligaments in his
left leg were torn so that he will not
have the full use of his leg for some-
time. There is much speculation as
to whether he will be able to play
basketball, in which he starred last
year.
Eight Regulars Back
Available regulars Tor next year

are: Ends, Carney and Hellstromn;
tackle, Orlander; guards, Smithr nd
Mohr; backs, Walquist, Crangle, and
Peden.
Zuppke's plans for 1921 contem-
plate another hard schedule, with
Michigan, Chicago, Wisconsin, Ohio
and Minnesota as almost certain op-
ponents. The fiery little coach will
insist, however, that the team he meets
in the final battle must play the pre-
ceeding week unless he also takes a
rest.
SOCCER TITLE AT
STAKE THURSDAY
Delta Chi meets Phi Sigma Kappa
in a game to decide the fraternity
succer title at 3:15 o'clock this after-
noon on Ferry field. These teams met
in another championship contest Mon-
day but were unable to reach a decis-
ion, the game ending with the score
0 to 0. It is expected, therefore, that
today's battle will furnish some ex-
citing moments.
Zeta Psi overcame Kappa Beta Psi
in the consolation race Wednesday
by a 1 to 0 count. Alpha Delta Phi
disposed of Phi Gamma Delta 3 to 2 in
an overtime game. At the end of the
regular period the score stood two
goals apiece,
GALE, HARBERT, AND BYRNE
UNDEFEATED IN TOURNAMENT
Gale, Harbert, and Byrne still have
an excellent chance to win the Union
billiard tournament. Neither has lost
a game as yet.
Harbert's and Gale's play has been
featured by long runs. Harbert nego-
tiated a run of 37, while Gale in his
match against Griffith ran up 59,
which is the best recorded so far. The
results of,the tourney are as follows:
Fourth block-Bryne (120) defeat-
ed Kennedy (120) 120-104. Moller
(110) beat Landis (115) 110-59; Gale
(160) beat Ingham (115) 160-83; Har-
bert (160) won over Butler (100) 160-
76.
Fifth block-Moeller (110) overcome
Kauffman (90) 110.69; Gale (160) de-
feated Griffith (165) 160-109; Har-
bert (160) beat Kennedy (120) 160-
109.
BUY YOUR FRATERNITY JEWEL-
RY from Edwards, Haldeman & Co.,
III. am Jo toJ( 1 "2p18 am re q Lgf
send catalogue on request.-Adv.
For results advertise in The Mich-
igan Daily-Adv.

Will HOLD SWIMMING
MEET AT M. AoC. JAN.2
U. OF M. TANK SQUAD LOOKING
FORWARD TO BUSY
SEASON
Following the announcement of the
swimming meet to be held at Cleve-
land with the Central Y. M. C. A. of
that city on Friday, eFb. 25, comes
word that a dual encounter with M.
A. C. at Lansing is carded for Satur-
day, Jan. 29. With these two meets
definitely arranged and three more
pending the Varsity tank squad is
looking forward to a busy season.
A new free style man has been add-
ed to the team in the person of H.
W. Schwartz, '23, who promises to
become a valuable swimmer. The
great weakness of the Varsity lies in
the back stroke, breast stroke, and
plunge for distance. There is but one
really capable man out for each of
these events, Porter handling the
back style, Hanson the breast stroke,
and Adams taking care of the dis-
tance dive.
Free style men are plentiful. Prob-
ably the best of the distance swim-
mers is Hubbard, but Searle, Gilmore,
and others must not be left out of
consideration. In the shorter events
Hyde is the outstanding swimmer of
many, but running him a close race
are such men as Smith, Randall, Val-
entine, Schwartz, and Lewy, as well
as numerous others who exhibit great
promise.
White, Grayson, and Hyde lead the
Varsity divers, with the former hav-
ing the edge by a fair margin and
others pushing the leaders hard. With
the exception of the three events nam-
ed-back and breast strokes and
plunge for distance--the Varsity ap-
pears to be a well balanced organiza-
tion and one of which the school will
have no k cause to be ashamed even
in the stiffest competition.
Gipp, Notre Dame, Star, Recovering
Notre 'Dame, Ind., Dec. 2.--George
Gipp, athletic idol of Notre Dame, who
was reported yesterday as succumb-
ing to pneumonia, according to a bul-
letin issued today is expected to re-
cover. The football star caught a se-
rious cold just before the Michigan
Aggie and was unable to go in the
game.

FRESH SWVIM ING TRYOUTS
TO BE CLOSED DECEMBER 9
Coach Goldsmith of the freshman
swimming team announced today that
tryouts for the All-fresh team would
be closed Dec. 9. The team will be
reorganized from the successful try-
outs. The swimmers will then be giv-
en cards which will admit them to the
pool free. The practices will be at
3 o'clock on Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday and Friday.
Prrospects Bright
For Class Teams
. Women's basketball practice has
begun with a great increase over last
year's turnout, especially evident
among upperclassmen.
"So much interest is being shown
this week that Saturday afternoon
classes are being considered," says
Miss Marjorie Brown, of the physical
education department.
The number that have turned out
for each class is as follows: 40
freshmen, 40 sophomores, 30 juniors,
20 seniors. This material looks prom-
ising and some close games are an-
ticipated. The feams are to be chosen
earlier than they were last year so
that there will be time for good prac-
tice before the tournament.
"One criticism that could be made
on the practices," said Miss Brown,
"is that the costume is not uniform.
Plain white middies and dark bloom-
ers should be worn."
A. T. 0. AND TRIGON SHARE
FRATERNITY BOWLING HONORS
The results of Wednesday's inter-
fraternity bowling tourney are as fol-
lows: Alpha Tau Omega 692, 700,
808-total 2200; Trigon 699,793, 708-
total 2200; Nu Sigma Nu 676, 659, 646
-total 1981; Acacia 622, 786, 702-
total 2110. The highest individual
scorer was McNeil of Alpha Tau Ome-
ga. E. P. Riley of the Union bowling
committee judged the contests.

MICHIGANENSIAN NOTICES
All fraternities, sororities, and
organizations must have pic-
tures taken for the Michiganen-
sian before Chmristmas vaca-
tion. This is final.

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This Sale will end at 9:30 P.M. Sat. Dec. 4

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VARSITY BASEBALL NOTICE
Derrill Pratt, Varsity baseball
coach, wants to meet all baseball
candidates at 7:15 o'clock Friday,
night at the Union.

Suits and

Overcoats

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New is the time to order your PER-
SONAL CHRISTMAS CARDS. Engrav-
ing and Embossing. 0. D. Morrill, 17
Nickel's Aarcade.-A dv.
For live progressive up-to-date ad-
vertising use The Michigan Daily.--
Adv.

At a Saving of 331/3 to 50%

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ARE YOU INTERESTED in the
WELFARE OF YOUNG MEN
Play is as necessary as work.
Any game which is interesting
enough to afford real Re-crea-
tion is a beneficial game, pro-
vided it is played amid clean,
decent surroundings..
Most young men prefer games
like billiards for their leisure
hours. If you are interested in
the welfare of young men, you
are invited to visit our billiard
parlors ┬░as often as you wish.
You will find that .this is a
place of clean sport, where
gambling, profanity and other
undesirable elements are abso-
lutely TABOO.
HUSTON BROS.
Pocket and Carom Billiards.
Cigars and Candies.
Soft Drinks and Light Lunches.
Cigarettes and Pipes.
"We Try to Treat You Right"
No. 4

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EXTRA EXTRA SHEEP LINED & LEATHER COATS
50 DOZ. $1.50 AND $2.00 TIES ALL HEAVY WEIGHT REDUCED
YOUR CHOICE NOW-
UNION SUITS - 2 PRICE
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$5.00 Union Suits ...........$2.50
ANY SILK SHIRT IN THE STORE $8.50 Union Suits.............$4.25
NOW THESE PRICES ARE GOOD ONLY
$5.20 FRIDAY & SATURDAY, DEC. 3 - 4 A BIG DISCOUNT

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