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19 TEN OFFICIAL S
REVISE SCHEDULES,
Est Interest Centers on Tentative
Nine Game Football
Season

RED
BIG

ACTION
TEN PEACE

Athletic direetrs and coaches of
se Big 10, meeting today at the Audi-
rium hotel in Chicago, will discuss
id decide matters of prime impor-
,nce to the Conference. Coach
Lelding H. Yost, P. G. Bartelme,
rector of athletics, Prof. R. W. Aig-
ip faculty .representative, E. J. Math-
, basketball mentor,band Coach Der-
1l Pratt,' of the baseball nine, are
presentng Michigan in today's con-
rence.
Among the matters to be discussed
this time are: Next spring's track
4i baseball schedules, the 1921 foot-
0l schedule, the question of Ohio
late meeting California on New
ear's day, the problem of whether
Le football season should include
ore than seven games, and whether
Vy members of the Big 10 should be
,opped. 1
Uisual Baseball Schedule
o difficulty is foreseen inironing
it the baseball schedule. As is cus-
mary, eah university will probably
etsix others for a ttal of 12 Con-
ence games. 'In some casesnthe
timber of contests may be limited to
or even less because of difficulty
arranging the trips, but the general
ile will be for 12 games.
Northwestern for the indoor meet
d hicago for the outdoor meet are
ae favorites for the Conferencetrack
rents. Because of having the honor
,t year, Michigan is practically
Imnated, and Iowa,' Minnesota,
fil, Indiana, and Purdue are not in
e race, et er because of inadequate
cilites for such an affair, or be-
gse of tbeir distant location. Eith-
Wisconsinror Illinois stands some
ance of landing the outdoor meet,
fth the Indians a possibility for the
(oor meet. At this same time dual
sets, both indoor and outdoor, will
scheduled.'
Football Presents Difficulty
The football schedule will be a
d matter to arrange to the satls-
Ation of all for intersectional games
l0h Eastern and Far Western elev-
i will make it necessary for some
' the schools to drop teams that
tey met this year. It is well known
iat Michigan and Wisconsin desire
rrenew relations and Chicago, on
fcount of her game with Princeton,
Ill have to drop one of her oppon-
its of this year, perhaps Michigan.,
Formal permission for the Ohio
ate-California game may not have
be granted at this time, as a ma-
rity of the Conference schools have
yen their consent to this post-sa-
i contest, but it' is probable' that
ual consent will be accorded this
tersectional game by the Conference
ikhas.
Desire Nine Games
There has been some agitation for
longer football season to permit all
terested to witness the gridiron eon-
sts,, but a nine game schedule Is al-
Qat out of the question. Many
ams would either have to start ear-
r or continue until the first week
(December. At Michigan or Min-
3ota this would be practically im-
ssible, an eight game season seems
ore logical and probable. This
ould permit the Conference schools
> have games on Thanksgiving or the
turday following, would permit
ose Conference schools to meet each
her, and would give an opportunity
r Intersectional games.
From Urbana, where the University
Illinois is situated, comes a re-
>rt that Purdue, Indiana, North-
estern, and Iowa may be dropped
ocause of their Inability to produce
gh caliber teams. This is decidedly
iprobable for Purdue was the only
even exceptionally weak of these
mt, and to drop these representative
hools would practically disrupt the

onference.
ox Farming Shows Promise in State
Houghton, Mich., Dec. 3.-Fox rais-
g promises to become one of the
Lost important industries of Northern
Rchigan during the next few years.
ne fox farm, located nearHoughton,
as 22 of these animals and it is pre-
cted that other farms will be in

Athletic Echoes'
(By R. B. G.)
Ohio State
"Eastern players do not excel Hoge
Workman in passing," is the comment
made by Dr. Wilce, coach of the cham-
pion Buckeyes, after his return from
the east where he witnessed the Army-
Navy and the Pitt-Penn State contests.
The mentor further remarked that
Stinchcomb is more elusive in the open
field than Davies, Pitt's candidate for
a backfield berth on the All-American
eleven. Questioned as to the relative
merits of the Eastern and Western
elevens, Dr. Wilce refused to offer a
comparison on the basis of the two
games he saw. "Pitt is sturdier and
plays a more conservative game than
Ohio," is all the O. S. U. mentor would
say.
Minnesota
Basketball men have assembled in
full strength at Minnesota and with
Oss as captain and Neal Arnston, both
from the gridiron squad, back on the
court, Dr. Cooke, the Gopher coach, is
optimistic over the outlook for a win-
ning team. Every position is well
fortified except center. Minnesota
opens with Iowa, Jan. 15.
Illinois
Illinois will meet California on the
track next spring If negotiations for
a dual meet are successful. Gill's
cinder-path men. competed with the
Bruins last spring at Berkley and lost
by a narrow margin. California is
champion on the Pacific coast and the
meeting of the two teams will give
the Big Ten an opportunity to test
its strength with the best of the far
west.
Seventy-five basketball men report-
ed to poach Winters for the first work-
out.- The new Indian mentor is search-
ing for a center to take the place of
Carney. Carney had his knee dislo-
cated in the final football contest with
Ohiio and chances ofrbeing at his old
position this year are doubtful.
U."OE 01, CONCLUDESYEAR
WTlane university, the light South-
ern team which held the Michigan
Varsify to a 21 to 0 victory earlier in
the 1ason, will meet the University
of Detroit in New Orleans today,
Coach Duffy left Detroit for the
South early in the week accompanied
by a squad of some 20 men. He be-
lieves that his eleven will return vic-
torious, for he is of the opinon that
the University of Detroit could make
a better showing against the Yost-
men than did the Tulane aggrega-
tion.
The line-up of the Southern team
will be almost the same as that which
faced the Wolverines. Richeson,
Brown, and Dwyer, each of whom ran
the ends well against Michigan, will
be in the backfield.
PHI SIGMA KAPPA
WINS SOCCER CUP
Phi Sigma Kappa defeated Delta
Chi yesterday afternoon at Ferry
field in a game which decided the in-
terfraternity soccer championship
score, 2 to 0. This was the second
time the teams had played for the
fraternity title, the count being at the
finish of the first contest 1-1 in spite
of overtime.,

As was expected, the game provided
some exciting moments. During the
first half Delta Chi tipped the bal-
ance as the smoothest working team
and it seemed as if they would end
up on the long end of the score. Just
before the first period closed Phi Sig-
ma Kappa put the ball through the
goal for the opening count. The
score had an element of- accident
in it, the ball describing a wide arc
before it reached the posts.
Luck, combined with good team
work, seemed to be doing overtime
for Phi Sigs in the second half for'
they had everything their .own way.
T ie second goal scored by Phi Sigma
Kappa was the result of some fine
team work on the part of Brown and
Gray, who were the outstanding play-
ers. Detweiler starred for Delta Chi.
The title winners will be presented
with a cup emblematicof.the frater-
nity championship for 1920.
New is the time to ordier your PER-
SONAL CHRISTMAS CARDS. Engrav-
ing and Embossing. 0. D. Morrill, 17
Nickel's Aarcade.-Adv.

Six

Wolverines Arfe Entered in
nual City Championship
Events

An.

Schiunacher

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INTERCLASS SWIMMING MEET
PROMISES HARD COMPETITION
At 8 o'clock tonight the Detroit
Athletic club will be the scene of the
annual city swimming championships
for men and women, and five special
events for outsiders. But one Michi-
gan entry will be seen in the city
events, G. Warren Hyde, '23, swim-
ming unattached in the 100 yard free
style. In the 50 yard special race,
however, five more Wolverines are ex-
pected to participate. Gilmore, Searle,
Hubbard, Smith, and Randall are the
men entered and all are expected to
show up well. They are all distance
swimmers and therefore may not live
up to hopes in the shorter event, but
it' is an assured fact that they will at
least perform creditably.
In order to facilitate entering the
interclass meet, which will be' started
on Tuesday, Dec. 14, an entry blank
will be posted ,at the pool in the city
Y. M. C. A. Those desiring to enter
may sign up there as well as at the
intramural office. All men are eligi-

VARSITY TANKMEN
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exception of those who won Varsity All-fresh team. State is serving luncheon from 1
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therefore expected between freshmen, Patronize' Daily advertisers.-Adv. Sunday dinner,' $6.50.-Adv.

308-10-12 South Main Strut

Only 18 More Shopping Days Before Christmas
Tl CHRISTMAS STORE [OR AL ANN ARBOR

are
A Store of Individual 'Ships

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Novelty Gifts Right from 5th Ave

DECORATED GLASSWARE
DOOR PORTERS
DOOR KNOCKERS
GOOD FAIRY
UNCLE SAM
SALAD SETS
WINE SETS
INCENSE BURNERS

NUT BOWLS
NUT SETS
HEARTH BROOMS
CALL BELLS
MEDICINE SETS
ASH TRAYS
POKER SETS
WATER SETS

DINNER GONGS
JAPANESE GOODS
'ELECTRICAL GOODS
JEWEL BOXES
JIUMIDORS
DESK SETS
CANDLES
TRAYS

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GOOD TABLES, GOOD CUES,
GOOD SERVICE.
To get real enjoyment out of
a game of billiards, the equip-
ment must be top-notch.
You want good tables-sound
cushions and new, clean cloth.
You want good cues-well-bal-
anced, of the right weight, with,
tips that hold the chalk.
You want good service--at-
tendants who are quick to antic-
ipate your needs.
You'll find the best of service
and equipment here. Come in
and play a game or two, today.
HU1 STON ROS t
Pocket and Carom Billiards.
Cigars and Candies.
Soft Drinks and Light Lunches,
Cigarettes and Pipes,
"We Try to Treat You Right"
No. 5

OUR MECHANICAL TOYS

This Year Are Wondersi

li ,

Mechanical Trains
Fire Engines
Hook and Ladder
Sand Toys
Elevators
Long Tom Guns
Dogs
Cats
Rabbits
Bears

Dolls
Drums
Horns
Merry Go Round
Sewing Machines
Moving Picture
Machines
Fire Guns
Mirroscopes
Air Rifles

Soldiers
Sleds
Shooting Games
Books
Blocks,
Games
Work Bench
Tool Chests
Tools

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LAST
TIME
TODAY

WVUER-TH

STANDARID PRICE
ADULTS -- 30c
CHILDREN - 10c

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Reno is Just a

Society
Arithmetic

Step from
New York

.2 Young People 1 marriage
1 marriage = 2 quarrels
2 quarrels = 1divorce
1 divorce - 2 marriages

In fact, it
cording to
IDEA."

is the next step, ac-
"THE NEW t YORK

Fashionable friends taking leave
after a call may be heard to say:
"I won't see you at the races; I'm
leaving for Reno to get my Fall
divorce."
"THE NEW YORK IDEA"
starring ALICE BRADY, is a de-
lightfully humorous play, which all
the world will enjoy at the ex-
pense of the divorceocrats.
Among its thrilling scenes is a
great horse race taken at Belmont
Park.

At least that-
Karslake had
ed out.

is the way Cynthia
it all nicely reckon-

But she had failed to reckon in
the Greatest Common Denomita-
tor - which, as everybody knows,
is Love.
And so the divorce she had
worked so hard to get was a fail-
ure after all.

Whether you are married,
gle - don't miss seeing,
BRADY in "THE NEW
IDEA."

or sin-
ALICE
YORK

YOU!

ONCE YOU
GET THE IDEA,.

GET THE

ANN ARBOR IDEA,

IT'S

A HABIT

COME TO THE

ALIC*E B RADY

COME TO THE

W U E R T H ThEALART PICTURES

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