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January 19, 1921 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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HON DRA
WD AT UNION

XPION DISPLAYS HIS RE-
MARKABLE VERSATILITY
ON THE TABLE'
Ilie Hoppe defeated Charles Pet-
a by the score of 350. to 104 in
afternoon exhibition match* of
line billiards at the Union yes-
y. The champion ran out in 17
igs with an average of a little bet-
han 20 an inning. His high run.
or the contest was 82 which he
off in the eighth round. Peter-
average was better than six per
.g and his high run of 30 was
3 in his fourth attempt. -
Conditions Not Favorable.
iying conditions not being overly
able, both men were' under a
t handicap. Hoppe, however, at
a displayed to his audience the
rkable skill which has earned for
the undisputed crown of billiard
pion. His ability to bring the
into position and to keep them
j was an outstanding feature of
hampion's game. Throughout the
h, he executed a number of beau-
masse shots. His nursing of the
after bringing them into position
remarkable Peterson exhibited
kill several times during the con-
naking some most difficult shots.
Play Three Cuchions
lowing the balk line match,.
e and Peterson played 10 points
tree cushion billiards. Hoppe
proved superior, winning in
innings by the score of 10 to 2.
winner's high run here was five
the best Peterson could do was
ike two.
concludingthe exhibition, Peter-
entertained the almost capacity
I with a display of a number of
ancy shots. There seems to be
ng that this wizard cannot do
a set of billiard balls. He caus-
e ,balls to jump, run along the
squirm as a snake, and run
id various obstacles in making a
rd.
rtha Washington Candies, fresh
Friday. 90c. Tice's Drug Store,
o.- Main St.-Adv.
ice Wed., Jan. 19, at Dexter. Ike
r 'se six-piece orchestra will
sh the music.-Adv.

INTRAMURAL NOTICE
The following men may secure
their numeral jersey from the
Intramural department by call-
ing at Director Mitchell's office
in the Press building: Weldh,
Ingham, Evans, Douglas, Nixon,
Damon, Moore, Uteritz, and
Twining.
I I.
HOCKEY OPENER AT
COLISEUM TONIGHT
Michigan's informal hockey team
will open its season with a game with
the Detroit Rayls at 7 o'clock tonight
on the inside rink at the Coliseum.
Arrangements for the contest were
completed yesterd'ay. The .Michigan
sextet defeated the Detroiters 7 to 1
last year.
On Saturday the Wolverines will
meet another'industrial team, the Wa-
terston of Detroit. This game will be
played at 4:30o'clock in-the after-
noon.. Both of these opponets are rep-
resented by strong hockey aggrega-
tions and should furnish the Michigan
team stiff competition, especially -when
it is considered that the Wolverines
have had little practice this season.
Captain Kerr, the Maize and Blue
leader, has been declared ineligible.
It is- not yet certain whether this will
prevent his participation in the two
games this week, since the co'mpetition
is not collegiate, it will keep him from
making the five day trip which the
squad will take into the northern part
of the state next week His loss will
hurt the team immensely as he 'was
one of the principal cogs in last year's
unbeaten sextet.
VARSITY TO. MEET
IOWA HERE FRIDAY
Iowa will be given a definite place
in the Conference basket race follow-
ing the game with Michigan Friday
night. The Hawkeyes have played one
game thus far, that one being won
by Minnesota 24 to 19. As nothing isI
known of either team, Iowa comes to'
Ann Arbor more or less of a dark
horse and oner that Michigan hopes to
defeat.
Saturday Michigan goes to Evans-
ton for the only game that will be
(Continued on Page. Six)

LARE SCORES FATURE
FRATERNITYCOURT PLA
SEVEN SECOND ROUND MATCHES
PLAYED OFF LAST
NIGHT
Eight games were played in the in-
terfraternity basketball tournament
last night, all but one of which were
second round contests. Kappa Sigma
and Beta Theta Pi won by the most
outstanding scores, the former taking
a 17 to 1 game, while the Betas held
their opponents scoreless in a 33 to 0
game.
Zeta Psi, leaders in the race for the
fraternity cup, kept up their pace by
defeating Delta Upsilon 14 to 5. In
the opening session Zeta Psi had lit-
tle trouble and led 13 to 2, but in the
second half D. U. made a desperate
fight. S. A. E. won from Phi Delta
Theta, 16 to 7, in a game which easily
showed the winners' strength. Fouls
were frequent during the contest.
Lambdaei Alpha took athard fought
contest from Psi Omega by a score
of 23 to 13.
Beta Theta Pi had the distinction
of being the first team to hold its
opponents scoreless, having little
trouble in ringing up baskets at pleas-
ure and keeping Phi Beta Pi from the
danger zone at all times.
Kappa Nu won a rough game from
Kappa Beta Psi, 13 to 8, after the
losers had held the lead for the en-
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tire first period. Kappa Sigma com-1
pletely outclassed Alpha Sigma and
scored an easy 17 to 1 victory. 'The
game was one sided from the start.
Theta Chi with Rehmus as high
scorer and individual star defeated
Delta Sigma Delta 16 to 9. The den-
tal fraternity never seriously threat-
RegIster NoW
New Class Starts
Mon. Jan. 24 '21
We Guarantee to teach
You to Dance-in one
Course. This is at
HAJSE Y'S
Dance Studios
The Name Speaks For Itself
-:
"THERE'S NOTHING TO DO
IN THIS OLE TOWN"
Have you ever said that when
you're tired of the movies, and
your 'best girl is out of town,
and you feel sort of "unneces-
sary ?"
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.
SotCigars and Candles.
Soft Drinks and Light Lunches.
Cigarettes and Pipes.
"We Try to Treat You Right"
No. 2.

ened. Phi Gamma Delta and Phi Sig- vs. Grand Rapids Club, Mt. Clemens
ma put up the closest game of the Club vs. Western Club, Petro's Pre-
evening when the Phi Gams triumph- Laws vs. Mechanical Engineers,
ed in a hard fought 13 to 10 battle. Architects vs. Medics; at 9:15 o'clock,
Carter of Phi Gamma Delta was large- Sigma Nu vs. Delta Theta Phi, Beta
ly responsible for his team's victoiy. Theta Pi vs. Phi Chi, Phi Gamma Del-
The schedule for tonight is as fol- ta vs. Kappa Nu, Jerome's Civil Engi-
lows: At 8:45 o'clock, Detroit Club neers vs. Fairchild's Lits.
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SPOTLIGHT

VAUDEVILLE!

Hl

Auditorium,

January

20

Jewish Impersonations
BY
ARDEN PURVIS

Chinese Music
Moon Mandolin - Bamboo Organ Pipes
and Flute
BY
HU & WU

SEE A GOOD
SHOW AND
LET YOUR.
MONEY SAVE
LIVES

0

Chinese Magic!
BY
WONG & FONG
"Don't Miss It"

Rhodes Bros. Orchestra
THAT "RHODES" MUSIC

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A SPECIALTY PROGRAM

NOTE:

Monologue - "Just Talk"

The proceeds
from this show
will be sent
in the name of
Former President
Angell to Chinese
Famine sufferers

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BY

A Snappy "Vodeville"
Assisted by
MICHIGAN UNION ORCHESTRA
and
AMERICAN STUDENTS

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