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VARSITY PREPARED
FOR NORHMAL FIVE
Mather Anticipates Hardest Kind of
Game with Strong Team
from Kalamazoo
WHITLOCK TO BE IN SHAPE,
I ERY SHOWS 1 FRACTURE
When the Varsity five clashes with
Western State Normal tonight at Wat-
erman gymnasium Michigan rooters
will be treated to a contest which will
test the mettle of every WolverinDA
player who enters the game. Mather's
men have worked hard during the past
week for this battle and they will go
on the floor tonight spurred to great-
er efforts in an attempt to even up
matters with the Normal team for tha
defeat administered last year. Every
man on the squad is anxious to set-
tle the old score and all efforts will
be placed in that direction.
Vilsitors Are Powerful
Defeating Western Normal is by
no means a small task, nor is victory
for -Michigan a certainty for the men
from Kalamazoo areallyveterans and
the line-up they will pit against
Mather's men is practically the same
as the one which scored a victory
last year.
Western Normal has a powerful of-

No comparison of the teams can be
made on the basis of this year's per-
formances. Michigan will have to
play a faster game against Western
Normal than they did against Kala-
mazoo College in order to win but in
face of stronger competition, the
Wolverines can be expected to extend
themselves to the limit. Coach Math-
er is making no predictions, but says
that he expects a hard game and
hopes that his men win.
l'unne Speaks In
Cadillac Tonight
Captain-elect "Duke" Dunne is to
be the speaker of the evening at a
banquet tonight, given by the busi-
ness men of Cadillac in honor of their
high school football team which has
passed through one of its most suc-
cessful seasons. The superintendents,
principals, and the coaches of the
schools which have been Cadillac's
main rivals during the season are to
be present at the dinner, which is said
to be the biggest event of its kind ever
attempted in the upstate town.
Each one of the prep school play-
ers is looking forward with great ea-
gerness to hearing the Varsity leader
speak, according to reports from Cad-
illac, and preparations are being made
to accommodate 200 persons.
ST. CLAIR COUNTY STUDENTS
AND ALUMNI TO GIVE BANQUET

PRESENT NUMERALS To' !
FRESHMEN AT DINNERi

FIRST YEAR FOOTBALL
GUESTS OF VARSITY
AT BANQUET

MEN AREA
SQUAD

fense aided by speed and teamwork.
Boerman and Simmons at guard, Paul G. Goebel, '23E, of the Varsity'
Westgate and Cameron at forward and football squad, will be the principal
Miller playing center is the line-up speaker at a banquet of Michigan
which will attempt to repeat the alumni and students of Saint Clair
performance of last season. Miller

Members of the All-fresh football
team were the guests of honor at a
dinner held in the Union last night,
at which time 22 men received the
1924 numerals and sweaters signify-
ing especially meritorious service
during the season Just closed.
Goetz and Wieman Speak
Ex-Capt. Angus Goetz, and "Tad"
Weiman of the Varsity gave informal
talks to the yearlings, which were re-
sponded to by Coach Mather, Captain
Ellis, and Harry Kipke of' the '24
team. Captain-elect Dunne acted as
toastmaster and called upon other
members of both the Varsity and frosh
teams for short talks. During the
course of the evening the past season
was reviewed at length and plans laid
for the 1921 campaign.
It is planned to make these dinners
and informal meetings a monthly
event for the freshmen football men,
following out the plan instituted last
year. It was found that these meet-
ings keep alive an interest in the
game during the off season and tend
to make the men work harder to keep
eligible.
P. B. HARDING
SPECIAL DESIGNS IN FURNITURE
Upholstering, Furniture Repairing
Refinishing and Remodeling
Telephone 681-W
218 E. HURON ST. ANN ARBOR
PLAIN
CHOP SUEY
35c
WITH POT OF TEA AND
BOWL OF RICE
From 40c up we have Bean
Sprout put in.
SHORT ORDERS
QUANG TUNG LO
618 East Liberty
DOES THE TRUNK
CO, TOO
CALL THEIC
City Baggag Dine

The following men received sweat-
ers: Irwin C. Uteritz, Donald B. Cam-
eron, W. Clark Dean, Lawrence Ellis,
J. K. Fairbairn, D. E. Hathaway, Wal-
ter Kunow, R. T. Knode, Harry
Kipke, W. R. Kreinheder, Joseph R.
Lipscher, Thomas M. McKay, Joseph
E. McAullffe, Arthur B. McWood, Le-
roy Neisch, Louis R. Peskins, 'DanIel
N. Rankin, Douglas F. Roby, A. E.
Spencer, Donald Swan, Donald Roek-
well, and Philip 'Marion.
FRATERNITY BOWLING HONORS
WON BY PIDETA THETA
Phi Delta .Theta tucked away the
fraternity bowling championship. Fri-
day afternoon and, incidentally,,estab-
lished a new record of 946 for a five
man team, when they overcame Sigma
Nu, 2,621 to 2,118. No individual rec-
ords were broken but Kipke as usual
showed up well for the victors.
Another championship fell when the
upperclass laws overcame the senior
lits, 2,524 to 2,494 and clinched the
class bowling title. Dodge, of the
upperclass laws, broke all standing
alley records when he bowled 636 for
three successive games. Friday even-
ing the senior engineers bowled
against the soph lits.
INTRAMURAL NOTICES
All fraternities wishing to en-
ter teams in the fraternity
hockey or basketball leagues
must notify the intramural of-
fice, phone- 2268, by Saturday.
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GIRLS ATTENTION! Rainwater
'shampoos, marcel waving, manicur-
ing, face and scalp treatment. Wigs
for rent at,. Mrs. 3.'R,. Trojanowski's,
1110 S. University, side entrance.
Phone 696-W.-Adv.
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MASONS NOTICE-The Craftsmen's
Club will put on the third degree at
7:30 o'clock tonight in the Masonic
Temple, northwest corner Huron and
Main Streets. Every Maton invited..-
Adv.
Patronize Daily advertisers.--Adv.

alone' is the only member o th fi ve
who did not oppose the Wolverines in
the previous game. Cameron is prob-
ably the most dangerous man on the
visiting team. # This man is remem-
bered for havoc he played last year
by dropping in baskets from all an-
gles and parts of the floor. Opposed
by Williams or Rea, neither of whom
held guard positions last season, Cam-
eron's scoring may be checked.
Whitlock to Be in Shape
Prospects which grew dimmer each
day for the past two weeks and reach-
ed a climax in the injury of Whitlock
took a decided leap forward with the
announcement that the X ray pic-
tures showed no fractures in the big
forward's ankle. Hopes were further
strengthened by the announcement
that the sprained ankle is healing so
rapidly that Whitlock will be used in
part of tonight's game. His addition
to the squad will bolster up the of-
fense and defense for Whitlock more
than any other player has been adept
in picking openings, while on the de-
fense he is valuable because of his
ability to block.
Captain Karpus has successfully
passed his make up examination and
is now _working regularly with the
squad. However, Karp is, not yet in
condition to play and will probably
not be used against Kalamazoo. Mil-
ler will play the other forward posi-
tion with Whitlock. Williams and Rea
at guards and Weiss at center will
complete the line-up unless Rea is
shifted to forward, in which case
Wilson or Peare will play with Jack
Williams at guard.

Huron. Members of the football squad
of Sarnia high school, who won the
championship of Ontario and lost that
of Canada by but one point, and the
Port Huron high school football team
will be guests at the dinner.
Members of the Saint Clair County
club will meet at 11:30 o'clock Sun-
fday mporning at the Union to make
plans for the raising of funds for the
Union swimming pool at home during
vacation.
Plans Laid for Chinese Relief Drive
The drive to secure funds to com-
bat the spread of famine in China will
be launched immediately after the
Christmas holidays. .Tentative plans
have been drawn for an All-Campus
movement by the committee in charge.

or aMerryMusical Christmas
A Columbia Gratonola
Take a Record home to the famly.
Our new January Records are now on
Sale. A good assortment of Christmas
Records as well as Dance Music.
ANY TIME, AIY DAY, ANY WHERE"
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in sheet music or on records as well as
a new roll for your Player Piano at the
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SWIMMING IS-
-One of the finest exercises
known;
Recognized as a Varsity
sport in colleges throughout the
country;
-Kept from the students of
the University of Michigan be-
cause we have not the facilities
either for practice or competi-
tion; and
-Within a few months of
realization at Michigan if we
put across the campaign, this
vacation, to secure alumni funds
for the completion of the mag-
nificent Union pool.
Is it worth the effortl

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cubs.
"How many cubs do you bring
intoth wrl a goe time> she
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--butt'fsa LION!"
MURADS COST 20 CENTS
FOR A BOX OF 10
BUT THEY'RE- MURADS
MURADS would be lower
priced if we left out all or part of
the 100% Turkish tobaccos of the
purest and best varieties grown -
or if we substituted inferior grades
of Turkish tobacco.
But they wouidn't be MURADS
--they'd only be Foxes!
"Judge for Yourself-!"
We call special attention
to Murad 20s in Tin Boxes
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cad Eoptian Ggwhes in the Wrld

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