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CHIGAN DAILY

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30 MEN RETAINED ON
VARSITY COURT SQUAD

KALAMAZOO COLLEGE
WITH MICHIGAN
DEC. 17

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Coach Mather cut his basketball
squad to 30 men Monday night. The
following have been retained: Cap-
tain Karpus, Williams, Whitie Wilson,
Weiss, Peare, Pearman, Rea, Dunne,
Miller, Walmuth, Zinn, J. E. Wilson,
Wickham, Paper, Whitlock, J. A.
Smith, Cook, Gregory, Klepser, Elbler,
LeGalley, Reason, Gray, Brown, Moul-
throp, Mirands, Piper, Rouse, Dudek,
and Hicks.
The basketball season will open
with a game with Kalamazoo college
next Friday evening in Waterman
gymnasium. The upstate team is al-
ways represented by a strong team
and is certain to give the Varsity a
stiff battle. Interest is increased by
the fact that Mather used to coach the
visitors.
The second game of the year will
be that with Western State Normal
Dec. 18. This contest will also be
played on the home court.
Coach Mather is not certain of the
line-up that he will use for these
games, since some of the men are not
in shape yet and others have not had
sufficient rest from the rigors of the
football season
Miss Olson, Librarian, Visits Campus
Miss Alma Olson, librarian of the
Peter White library of Marquette and
president of the Michigan Library as-
sociation, visited the Library Mon-
day.

FRATERNITY SWIMMING
NOTICE
The following fraternities will
compete at 7:45 o'clock tonight
in the interfraternity swimming
tournament at the Y. M. C. A.:
Phi Delta Theta, Kappa Beta
Psi, Delta Chi, Sigma Nu, Beta
Theta Pi, Delta Tau Delta, Phi
Gamma Delta, Zeta Beta Tau,
Trigon, Phi Rho Sigma, Phi Sig-
ma Delta, Kappa Nu, Alpha Sig-
ma Phi, Signus, Phi Kappa Psi,
and Phi Sigma Kappa.
No less than three entries will
be permitted any house, and
those desiring to swim in the
relay must send four represent-
atives. No suits will be requir-
ed.

GIV U13 MEN Mn
FOR 1920 GRID YEAR
Announcement has been made of
the winners of aMa's and R's during
the last grid season. Thirteen men
won aMa's: Rowland, Petro, Planck,
Searle, Wachter, Andrews, Kreis,
Trout, Paper, Lehman, Bailey, For-
tune, and Gilmore. All but three,
Lehman, Fortune, and Gilmore, will
be back next year,
Twenty-one were awarde R's. They
are: Barris, Marson, McKnight, Sut-
ton, Emery, Davidson, Avery, Mudd,
Wagner, Smith, Anderson, Hinds,
Harding, Kresge, Foster, Montambo,
Whelan, Morey, Michaels, Hulse, and
Selling.
MICHIGAN RELAY SWIMMERS
TO SWIM AT D. A. C. AGAIN
An invitation has been received
from Coach Matt Mann of the Detroit
Athletic club to send a four man re-
lay swimming team to the annual
Athletic Night of the club to be held
Saturday evening. Coach Drulard has
accepted the invitation and as a re-
sult Michigan will again have repre-
sentatives at the D. A. C. this week.
The team to swim the D. A. C. re-
lay squad will be picked from the fol-
lowing men: Hyde, Hubbard, Ran-
dall, Gilmore, Smith, Ullman, and
Schwartz.
Varsity swimming pictures will be
taken at the Rentschler studio dur-
ing the noon hour of Thursday, Dec.
16. A list of men who are to be in
the group picture has been posted at.
the pool. Several individual pictures
for publicity work will also be

TENNIS TOURNEY
WINNERS DECIDED
Gregory and Sanchez clinched the
campus tennis doubles championship
Monday afternoon when they defeat
ed the combined efforts of Riley and
Genebach in three consecutive sets.
6-0, 6-3, 6-1. The games were far
harder contested than the tally indi-
cates. In the second set the losers
seemed to have a fair chance to win
the contests, but the stamina of the
champions was too much for them.
Gregory and Sanchez will both be
given cups.
In the singles Rorich snowed Bow-
ers under in straight sets. Rorich
displayedform which may enable him
to make the Varsity next season. This
victory places Rorich as campus sin-
gles champion. Both Bowers and
Rorich will get cups. .
WILL DISCUSS NEW COMMERCE
CLUB AT ECONOMICS SMOKER
Plans for the formation of an or-
ganization to take the place of the
old Commerce club will be discussed
at the Economics Smoker, which will
be held at 7:15 o'clock tonight in the
Union.
Prof. David Friday, of the econom-
ics department, is to be the principal
speaker. Earle L. Hemenway, '21, has
charge of the arrangements. All eco-
nomic students are eligible to attend,
the cost being 35 cents.
Prof. Badger on Week's Leave
Prof. W. L. Badger, of the chemical
engineering department, is absent this
week at the meeting of the American
Institute of Chemical Engineers in
New Orleans. He is presenting the
fifth research paper to come from the
evaporator laboratory at the Univer-
sity of Michigan.

STATE HOSPITAL CONFERENCE
ENDS ANNUAL SESSION TODAY
The conference of the Michigan
State Hospital association at Grand
Rapids ends its annual session today.
Those who are attending the confer-
ence from the University hospital are:
Dr. C. G. Parnall, president of the
Hospital association and superinten-
dent of the University hospital; Miss
Mary Welch, superintendent of nurs-
es, Miss Alice Late, of the education-
al department, and R. E. Greve, hos-
pital business manager.
Dr. D. W. Springer, of the Homeop-
athic hospital, is also attending the
conference.
AMERICAN CHEM. SOCIETY
OPEN TO ADVANCED STUDENTS
Membership in the University of
Michigan section of the American
Chemical society is open to advanced
students in chemistry, according to
Prof. R. J. Carney, secretary. All
members receive the publications of
the society, which are the journal of
the American Chemical society, Chem-
ical Abstracts, and the Journal of In-
dustrial and Engineering Chemistry.
The actual cost of the publication of
these journals is considerably more
than the yearly dues paid by the stu-
dent members.
MEN INTERESTED IN LOCAL
LEGION POST TO MEET SOON
"Although the charter for the pro-
posed University post of the Ameri-
can Legion has not yet been received,
a meeting of all men interested in
the movement will be held in the near
future," said H. N. Cole, instructor
in analytical chemistry, who is in
charge of the organization of the post
in the University.

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PHOTOGRAPHERS WANTED
Michiganensian wants photo-
graphers right away to take
snap shots. Call Avery, phone
2220, or call at office in the
Press building.
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BUY YOUR FRATERNITY JEWEL-
RY from Edwards, Haldeman & Co.,
427 Farwell Bldg., Detroit, or we will
send catalogue on request.-Adv.
Paronize Daily Advsrtiers.-Adv.

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Cochran Defeats
Shaefer 400-338
Welker Cochran, who will meet Al
Taylor in an 18.2 balkline billiard
match Friday evening at the Union,
won from Jake Schaefer 400 to 338
Monday night in the championship se-
ries in which he is participating in
New York.
Cochran and Schaefer are trying
to wrest the crown from Wille Hop-
pe, the man who has been supreme in
billiard circles for so many years.
These three men are playing a round
robin tournament, the winner of
which will hold the American billiard
title next year.
FRESH LIT NOTICE

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IN THIS OLE TOWN"
Have you ever said that when
you'rebtired of the movies, and
your best girl is out of town,
and you feel sort of "unneces-
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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 Candies.
Soft Drinks and Light Lunches.
Cigarettes and Pipes.
"We Try to Treat You Right"
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The daughter of an
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called upon to re-
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pride.

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What was to be her
answer? It meant
casting off one or the
other, her home and
w e a I t h, or her
sweetheart.

An absorbing drama of three generations
of lovers, depicting the endless struggle of
caste and ambition against the call to mate

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