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AurAoRITE PLA
Will Have Informal Varsity; Also to
Conduct Interfraternity and
Interclass Tournaments

ed the outdoor rink next to the Colis-
eum for the use of the teams. The
rink will be much larger than the in-
door rink used last year. No fee will
be charged the candidates for teams.
This fact together with the fact that
the rink will be larger is expected to
attract more tryouts this year than
last.

MEMBERS OF LAST SEASON'S
TEAM ALL BACK EXCEPT GOAL
Plans for a big hockey year are
rapidly being formulated by those in
charge of the informal squad and by
the intramural department. All de-.
votees of the game will be given an
opportunity to display their ability
in the course of the year. There is to
be competition among teams in three
different groups.
Of primary interest and attention
will be the informal team which again
is expected to attract a large number
of candidates. In addition the intra-
mural department will hold two tour-
naments. The first to be played will
be the interfraternity contest. Fol-
lowing this event will be the inter-
class meets.
Prospects Good
Prospects for a strong informal
team are again especially bright this
year. Last yeavs informal squad em-
erged from its hard schedule without
a defeat, and of the squad everybody
except the. goal guard is back in
school this year. This leaves the team
practically intact. Men are already
being trained for the goal position,
and it is strongly urged that all men
who have played this position phone
Fred Fletcher at 355. A call for oth-
er candidates will not be made until
after the Christmas vacation. At tha a
time work will begin in earnest, as
it is planned to schedule a game im-
mediately after school is resumed.
At the present time a schedule is be-
ing arranged which will include
games with the strongest school
teams in this part of the country.
Fraternity Series First
Because it does not require as much
time to get organized as the interclass
tourney, the interfraternity meet will
be run off first. It will commence the
first ,Monday after the Christmas holi-
days. The teams will consist of five
men, and play will be in two 15 min-
ute halves. One defeat will eliminate
a team from the running. The plan
of straight elimination was adopted
because of lack of time.
Following the interfraternity event
will be the interciass tournament.
It is expected that many of the men
who played in the fraternity event,
will be-recruited for the class con
tests. Class teams will be made up
of six men. In this event, one defeat
does not eliminate a team. Each will
be given two chances. The first two
teams will be awarded their numer-
als. In this contest, all men who re-
ceived their numerals last year on the
informal squad will not be eligible to
compete in the class games.
-To Play Outdoors
The athletic authorities have secur-
All Masons on the campus are invit-
ed to attend the Craftsmen's Club at
the Masonic Temple, Cor. Huron and
Main Sts., Saturday evening, at 7:30
P. M. The Craftsmen's Club will con-
fer the third degree. By order of the
President.-Adv.

ELLIS ELECTED
FOOTBALL CAPTAIN
Lawrence N. Ellis, tackle on the
freshman football team, has been
chosen as captain of the squad. Ellis
was one of the mainstays on the
yearling line, and his selection meets
with the approval of the entire squad.
Before entering the University he
played prep school football with Bea-
trice, Nebraska.
PHI DELTA THETA TOPS
FRATERNITY PIN SPILLERS
Great interest has centered during
the past few weeks in the fraternity
bowling tournament. The number of
entrants, the high calibre of the teams
and the helpful co-operation of the
Union officials have all combined, to
make this season the best thus far
in University circles. It is hoped by
the intramural office that this same
success will attend the class tourney
which begins next Friday.
Following are the standings in the
fraternity bowling league, up to date:
Phi Delta Theta, 2378; Sigma Nu,
2357; Theta Chi, 2335; Monks, 2316;
Alpha Delta Phi, 2309; -Psi Upsilon,
,2284; Chi Psi, 2253; Delta Tau Delta,
2238; Zeta Psi, 2219; Alpha Tau Om-
ega, 2200; Trigon, 2200; Beta Phi,
2165; Alpha Sigma Phi, 2140; Kappa
Beta Psi, 2128; Theta Xi, 2128; Ac-
acia, 2110; Delta Kappa Epsilon,
2057; Phi Kappa Sigma, 2051; Delta
Upsilon, 2050; Theta Delta Chi, 2027;
Nu Sigma Nu, 1981; Sigma Phi Epsi-
lon, 1957; Beta Theta Pi, 1958; Sigma
Chi, 1932; Hermitage, 1909; Phi Delta
Chi, 1873; Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
1862; Signus, 1754; Phylon, 1602.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
&nn Arbor's buyers.-Adv.

-WILL OPEN COURT
SEASONTONIGHT1
Kalamazoo College Will Be Opponent
in Initial Game in Waterman
Gymnasium
ILLNESS AND INJURIES WILL
HANDICAP WOLVERT.NE FIVE
When the whistle blows at 7:30
o'clock tonight Mather's reconstruct-
ed Varsity basketball team will take
the floor against Kalamazoo college
in the opening game of the year. Ill-
ness and injuries have depleted the
squad of promising players who were
counted upon heavily by the-coach to
do a major portion of the work in
bringing to Michigan basketball hon-
ors. The jinx which caught the Wol-
verines last year and pursued them
all season is back again playing hav-
oc with the pre-season prospects
which had placed Michigan among
the contenders.
Cappon, whose stellar work at
guard on the All-fresh team last year
had made him a likely candidate for a
berth, has been ill since the Minne-
sota-Michigan football game and will
not be available until next semester.
Rea is not in condition, while Jack
Williams is still bothered with a dis-
located shoulder received in football
practice. Bill Henderson has never
been on the floor since his illness with
pneumonia last year and it will be
several weeks until Duke Dunne is in
condition to play.
Has Hard Task

What the team lacks in experience!
will be made up for in size as the
players are with one exception all
over six feet in height, forming the
biggest five ever representing Michi-
gan. Whitlock and Miller, the two I
new forwards, are counted on to reg-
ister points. Both of these men are
heady players and are dangerous
when in the vicinity of the basket.
Neither oftthem has evertplayed in
Varsity games.
Williams will hold down his old
position as running guard. Jack is one
of the big factors in Michigan's pass-
ing. Weiss will be at center. Orig-
inally a forward, Weiss t being
groomed for the pivot position and is
handling the position with skill. In
the absence of Rea this man will have
the bulk of the long shots to make.
Whitie Wilson is the midget of the
team. At standing guard Wilson has
made a name as a defensive player
despite his handicap in size. Peare
may also be given a chance at this
position. Pearman, a forward from
last year's team, is showing improve-
ment and may earn a regular berth.
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MICHIGANENSIAN NOTICES
All fraternities, sororities, and
organizations. must have pic-
tures taken for the Michiganen-
sian before Christmas vaca-
I tion. This is final. '

will be able to
standard.

uphold Michigan's

Welker Cochran vs. Al Taylor, 350
points 18.2 balkline billiards, is the
attraction offered to followers of the
green table game at 8 o'clock tonight
in the Union billiard room. At the
conclusion of the regular match Coch-
ran will give a fancyshot exhibition,
in which field he has but few supe-
riors,
Cochran comes here direct from
New York City, where for the past
week he has been engaged in a tour-
nament with Willie Hoppe and Young
Jake Schaefer. These three experts
played to enormous galleries in the
Grand Ball room of the Hotel Astor,
displaying at all times a brand of
game that is to be expected of men
at the top of their profession. New
York critics speak highly of Coch-
ran's ability. His first game with
Hoppe was one of the features of the
series, the younger player holding the
wizard to a 400 to 370 score. Coch-
ran defeated Schaefer handily in the
first meeting between the two, hav-
ing a comfortable lead at all times.
Taylor, since his series in Detroit a
matches with Cochran in Detroit a
few days ago, has gained a good idea
of the style of play his opponent will
use in tonight's play and has been
BUY YOUR FRATERNITYJEWEL-
RY from INIwards, Haldeman & Co..
427 Farwell Bldg., Detroit, or we will
send catalogue on reauest.-Adv.

nights exhibition, will* devote little
tiem to safety play.
ALPHA DELT QUINTET LEADS
IN WEDNESDAY'S BOWLING
Wednesday's -results of the fratern-
ity bowling tournament are as fol-
lows: Alpha Delta Phi, 734, 747, 828,
total 2309; Psi Upsilon, 691, 780, 813,
total 2284; Kappa Beta Psi, 623, 741,
764, total 2128; Theta Xi, 718, 675,
735, total 2128; Delta Kappa Epsilon,
637, 684, 736, total 2057; Phi Kappa
Sigma, 664, 694, 693, total 2051; Delta
Upsilon, 678, 663, 709, total 2050; Sig-
ma Phi Epsilon, 514, 659, 709, total
1967; Sigma Chi, 615, 637, 680, total
1932; Phi Delta Chi, 581, 624, 668,
total 1873; Sigma Alpha Epsilon,.612,
598, 652, total 1862.
The schedule for Friday's games of
the interclass bowling tourney which
begins on that day is as follows: 3:45
o'clock-upper laws, soph lits, senior
laws, senior engineers;' 7 o'clock,
architects, upper class medics, junior
laws, under clasp laws.
Candies shipped to all parts of U. S.
Gilbert's and Martha Washington.
Phone your orders early for Xmas.
Tice's Drug Store, 117 So. Main.-Adv.
For live 'progressive up-to-date ad.
vertising use The Michigan Daily.-
Adv.

Cochran To
Taylor At

directing his own tactics according-
ly. Spectators may expect to see a
game of the most spectacular kind as
both men are brilliant open play ar-
tists and with nothing at stake in to-
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With all of these players out Coach
Mather has faced the task of building
up a new team from the material
remaining. The result of Mather's
work will be closely watched to-
night when the basket men meet the
veteran team from Kalamazoo. Four
of the visiting team's players have
had previous experience and are ex-
pected to make things interesting.
From present appearances the Var-
sity mentor made great strides with
the available men and will present
a team which, although weakened,

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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 Candles.
Soft Drinks and Light Lunches.
Cigarettes and Pipes. -
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