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LIGHT DRILL 1FOR
Expect All Players to Be in Best of
Shape for Contest Saturday
MATHER EXPECTS STRENUOUS
STRUGGLE WITH WISCONSIN
Only a light workout was given the
Varsity basketball squad last night
by Coach Mather. The tapering off
process for the first Conference game
with Wisconsin Saturday night was
begun by the coach so that his men
would be in excellent condition for
what will probably prove one of the
most difficult games of the season.
Only an Hour's Drill
An hour's drill in signal work, team
play, perfection of plays, and basket
shooting was the most that Mathr
would permit his players last night.
With the exception of "Duke" Dunne,
who appeared at practice for the first
time Monday night, Billy Fallon re-
ported all his men in condition to
last the whole game, and the trainer
expects the football captain to get in-
to his last year's form in a short
Coach Maiher would announce no
probable line-up, but his choice will
probably lie between Miller, Whit-
lock, and Captain Karpus for for-
wards, Weiss at center, and Williams,
Rea, and Wilson for guards. Piper
and Rouse may get into the game at
guards, Reason and Dunne at center,
and Peare at forward. Tonight's
workout will be even lighter than that
Glass Backstops Put In
For the past week the glass back-
stops have been up in the gymnasium
and the players have found no diffi-
culty in adjusting themselves to the
new arrangement. Michigan is the
last school in the Conference to erect
the transparent backboards which
give the people on the end- seats a
better view of the game.
According to Coach Mather, Wis-
consin comes to Ann Arbor doped as
one of the strongest contenders for
the Conference basketball champion-
ship, despite their one point defeat by
Northwestern. "Watch Wisconsin" is
the motto of the Big Ten coaches, and
with Meanwell back as the Badger
mentor, the Madison institution will
send out a strong quintet. Employ-
ing the short pass and the bounce
pass, the Badger five outplayed North-
western, but the player's inability to
ring the ball lost them the contest.
Coach Mather is expecting a difficult
game Saturday, one which Michigan
will find it hard to win.
Have you got yours? The new mod-
ified English Brogue-they're cut
down 20 per cent too at the Readjust-
ment Sale-Davis Toggery Shoppe
119 S. Main St.-Adv.
What's that? Cheney Cravats-20
per cent off too! Davis Toggery
Shoppe, 119 S. Main St.-Adv.
Classes in shorthand, typewriting;
bookkeeping and penmanship will be
organized at the School of Shorthand.
711 N. University Ave., on Tuesday,
Beginning at 7:15 o'clock to-
night, there will be freshman
basketball practice at the same
hour every Monday, Wednesday,
and Friday night.
TO MEET TUESDAY
Fraternity basketball will make its
first appearance Tuesday evening
when 16 teams will engage each other
on the floor at Waterman gymnasium.
Characteristic of this year's athletic
attitude, a large number of houses
are represented in the league.
The schedule for Tuesday evening
is as follows: 8:45 o'clock-Zeta
Beta Tau vs. Theta Chi; Delta Sigma
Delta vs. Chi Psi; Phi Sigma Delta
vs. Delta Sigma Phi; Phi Gam-
ma Delta vs. Delta Tau Delta; 9:15
o'clock-Sigma Alpha Epsilon vs. Sin-
fonia; Phi Delta Theta vs. Phi Up-
silon; Phylon vs. Theta Delta Chi;
Phi Kappa Psi vs. Alpha Delta Phi.
THREE CUSHION TOURNAMENT
WILL GET UNDER WAY MONDAY
Play in the second annual three
cushion billiard tournament will be
started at 4 o'clock next Monday aft-
ernoon in the Union billiard room.
B. C. Robbins, '23, winner of last
year's tournament, will defend his
title in the present series which will
be conducted on the round robin plan.
Al Taylor will be in charge of all
matches played during the tourney
and has been coaching the entrants
for some time. An entry fee of $2 is
The School of Shorthand begins new
term on Tuesday, January 11. 711 N.
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,
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-
Pocket and Carom Billiards.
Cigars and Candies.
Soft Drinks and Light Lunches.
Cigarettes and Pipes.
"We Try to Treat You Right"
will journey to East Lansing to meet
the Aggies, if negotiations now under
way are successfully completed. The
_ CHU ElE II flsquad will invade foreign territory
U again the following week, playing the
Michigan College of Mines at Hough-
GAMES WITH WISCONSIN AND ton on Jan. 27 and at Calumet, Jan.
COLLEGE OF MINES ON
Northwestern to Play
M. A. C. will play a return date here
Games with Wisconsin and the on Feb. 4 or 5 after which the team
Michigan College of Mines feature the will be given a rest until Feb. 17 when
1921 hockey schedule as announced it will open a ,three day trip with ,a'
yesterday by Manager Fletcher. These game with Northwestern at Evanston.
teams are probably the strongest of On Feb. 18 and 19, Wisconsin will be
the middle western schools that have the opponent on her home ice. These
taken up the winter sport, 'having two games promise to be the battles
played the game for several years, royal of the season.
they have now established it on a firm Notre Dame is endeavoring to ar-
foundation in their respective insti- range at least two games with the
tutions. Varsity, and if suitable dates can be
Other matches will be played here agreed upon the Catholics will no
beginning Wednesday, Jan. 12, when doubt be encountered before the season
the Waterstons of Detroit, a team that ends. Assumption College of Windsor
fell before the Wolverines last season has also requested a place on the
on two occasions, will be the attrac- Maize and Blue schedule and will be.
tion. On Jan. 14 and 15 the University given two games if such a step is at
of Wisconsin comes here, the first all possible. The Canadians brought
Conference school to meet Michigan a strong team to Ann Arbor last wint-
on the ice. The following Friday and er displaying just about as fast a
Saturday, Jan. 21 and 22, the Varsity brand of hockey as was seen in the
Coliseum during the season. It is
probable that several of the fastest in-
dependent teams in the Detroit-Wind-
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ONLY THREE MEN QUALIFY IN
BASKET SHOOTING CONTEST
Only three men qualified out of a
fair sized number of tryouts Thurs-
day afternoon in the foul-shooting
contest which the Intramural office is
conducting in Waterman gymnasium.
It is expected that the number of
men qualifying will be greatly in-
creased this evening when the con-
test closes. Officials from the Intra-
mural department will be at the gym-
nasium to judge the tryouts from 1 to
3 o'clock Friday afternoon and from
7 to 8 o'clock in the evening. The
three men who qualified Thursday aft-
ernoon are: J. .Jerome, 42; G. E.
Stone, 34; H. E. Storz, 31. The num-
bers represent the number of bas-
kets caged in 50 chances. F. S. Fletch-
er shot 17 out of 25 attempts and will
complete the 50 trys this afternoon.
Feature it boys. $4.00 cloth hats at
$2.95-Readjustment Sale-Davis Tog-
gery Shoppe, 119 S. Main St.-Adv.
You tell 'em, State Street,
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After Years of Darkness-
LAURA, a blind girl, lived in squalid quarters in Dunn's Court. The
shady characters in whose care she had been placed when a baby, in trying
to be knd to her, had drawn rosy pictures of her home and surroundings.
Imagine her grief and shock, when her sight was restored, and she saw with
her eyes instead of with her heart! But all came right in the end in this heart-
gripping drama of a young girl's "faith, "TH E EYES OF TH E HEART," "
in which MARY MILES MINTER, "the Sunbeam of the Screen," has
made the greatest success of her remarkable areer.
Advance Sale of Reserved Seats for "The Rainbow Revue" Starts Saturday
Morning at Ten O'Cloca.
Two Performances Nightly at 7 and 9. Matinee at 3.
NIGHT--LOWER FLOOR 50c; BALCONY 40c
MATINEE 30c-NO RESERVATIONS
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Here's the Winner - the kind of bargains you've
been looking for, - a READJUSTMENT
SALE - not the Old-Fashioned "Clean-Out-the
Old-Stuff" Sale, but a flat 20% off on everything°
in the Davis Toggery Shoppe. And say, there are
hundreds of new Brogues that haven't been un-
packed for two weeks yet.' And Cravats, and all
the other things you need right now. And I'm here
to say the prices are the kind that will pull the iron
men right out of your pockets and put the goods on
One Thousand Strong
imported, like the
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