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L thletic Echoes
thaca, N. Y., Jan. 22-Indoor ten-
shwas given its first introduction
Cornell when Vincent Richards and
rry Lang, National Junior cham-
ns in the doubles, gave an exhibi-
n on the indoor courts of Cornell's
w armory. Mallery and Pennock
presented the Cornell varsity in
itches against the champions. Rich-
ds and Lang took all of the match-
with theaCornell players. The new
urts in. the armory will allow the
t men from Ithaca to get into trim
' the meets scheduled for spring
d also niake possible all year ten-
3 for the Cornell racket men.
owa City, Iowa, Jan. 22.-Lester
Belding has been named track cap-
n to succeed Lester M. Dyke, who
s been declared ineligible. Belding
an all around athlete and played
stellar game at end on the Iowa
itball team. In addition to being
end of the first order, Belding has
tinguished himself on the cinder

squad. Roy Crary has been elected
to head the baseball nine for this1
year. Crary succeeds McIlree, who
has not returned to school this year.
BILLIARD MATCHES FURNISH
INTERESTING COMPETITION
That competition is anything but
dull in the billiard tournament which
the Union billiard room is managing
is evidenced by Friday evening's fea-
ture match between Robbins and
Palmer, which contest the latter won.
The scores were: Robbins, playing
at 25 made 21; Palmer, playing at 23,
negotiated the full amount, 23. In the
afternoon game a surpise was sprung
when Moreland put Palmer under in
a contest replete with fair runs and
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BASKETBALL CORRECTION
Lambda Chi Alpha defeated Sigma
Chi 21 to 2, instead of Sigma Nu as
was announced in yesterday's Daily.
Lunches Sunday Evening at Teet's
Dining Rooms. 805 E. Huron St.-Adv.

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CREDITABLE RECOR0DS
MADE BTRTACK SQUAD
BURKHOLDER IN HALF MILE AND
KELLY IN i0 YARD DASH ARE
STARS IN TIME TRIALS
Two very creditable records in the
two mile relay and 50 yard dash were
hung up yesterday afternoon by Coach
Steve Farrell's tracksters when they
were sent through time trials against
the freshmen.
Kelly, sophomore sprinter who sur-
prised the University last spring by
equalling the Waterman gymnasium
record of 5 and 3-5 seconds in a fresh-
man meet, duplicated his performance
yesterday in defeating Motley, the best
dash man on the freshman squad. The
yearling, who has run for the Mead-
owbrook Athletic club of Philadelphia
and who has had the honor of being
national interscholastic champion and
Junior A. A. U. champion in the 100,
was beaten about a half a yard by
Kelly, who let up his fast pace when
he had gone 40 yards. In two handi-
cap heats between Simmons, Harvey,
Cruikshank, and Scholz of Missouri,
the former Missouri runner and
Olympic star was defeated by Sim-
mons and Harvey, who were given a
yard and a half advantage. The time
of the heats was 5 and 4-5.
Burkholder Runs Record half Mile
The other sensational race was Paul
Burkholder's exhibition in the two
mile relay, when, as anchor man, he
tripped off the fastest half mile that
has been run on the Waterman track
since the dual meet with Cornell in
1917. His time was 2:03 and 2-5,
which is an excellent race for the
slow Michigan track.
In the two mile relay with the
freshman, Denton, who ran in 2:08,
took a lead of about five yards, which
Thomas held, running his half in
2:07. Douglas found the competition
harder with Hattendorf, and he cut
his time down to 2:06 2-5. Then came
Burkholder, who slowly increased a
short lead, and by the end of the race
he was a third of a lap ahead of
Weeks, the freshman anchor man ,who
still ran a good race. The yearling
half milers were Davis, Arndt, Hat-
tendorf, and Weeks.
ANNOUNCE C AMPUS
BOWXLING TOURNEY
Annou'ncement has been made by
the Union bowling committee of an All-
campus bowling tournament to be held
in the second semester. This is to be
biggest event of the year on the
Union's bowling schedule and the fol-
lowing information in regard to it has
been given out by Kershaw Harmes,
chairman of the committee.
The tournament is to start March 1
and is to be a two man team affair.
Any two men on the campus are eligi-
ble to team up with each other. An
entrance fee of 50 cents per team will
be charged and entries will be re-
ceived at the desk in the alleys be-
tween Feb. 21 and March 1. Entry
fee must accompany a team's an-
nouncement of its intention to play.
Each team will play a qualification
round and for the purpose of qualify-
ing must roll 250 or better. Drawings
will then be made with the names of
those qualifying and the tournament
will proceed as an elimination con-
test.
EIGHT GAMES IN MONDAY'S
INTRAMURAL COURT SCHEDULE
Eight games are on the schedule

for the intramural basketball tourneys
Monday evening. At 8 o'clock Hoff-I
man's Pre-Medics will meet Storz'
Laws on court 1 and Cook's Grad-En-
gineersface Van's Lits on court 4. At
8:45 the games will be Seidel's For-
esters vs. Wolfson's Lits on court 1,
Mattson's Pharmics vs. Thompson's
Dents on court 2, and Nicholson's
Business Ads vs. Andrus' Architects
on court 3. At 9:15 the Homeop team
will do batle with Lipschutz' Lits on
court 2, the Newcastle club will op-
pose the Craftsmen on court 3 and
the Michigan Union team will meet
the Detroit club on court 4.
Private grudges between various or-
ganizations as to their relative ath-
letic ability may, be settled in the
manner that has been chosen by Al-
pha Nu and Adelphi.
Martha Washington Candies, fresh
every Friday: 90c. Tice's Drug Store,
117 So. Main St.--Adv.
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SWIMMING NOTICE =
All men who received tank W 7UT 'C
suits from the Athletic associa- OTHES -CHES
tion please turn them in to In
tramural department at once so
that insignia may be sewed onCl
them. n We em
Sunday Night Lunches at Teet's '1 'U Have 'eni.
Dining Room. 805 E. Huron St-Adv.
Sleep Anyplace Blut Lt al ore
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HOW OLD ARE YOUI NO MATTER! PLAY BILLIARDS!
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inisters-find in BILLIARDS a most joyous relaxation and recrea-
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