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workout. Although a little weak yet,
Dick is not bothered particularly by
his bad leg, and he was doing some
excellent sprinting yesterday after-
noon. t
Varsity Runners Oppose Yearlings in FAST CONTESTS FEATURE
Two Relays and Dash Events
Saturday Afternoon INTRA M L SKETBAL
STANDISH CLIPS OFF ONE OF
SEASON'S FASTEST MILES Tuesday night's games in the in-
tramural basketball series were by
Another afternoon of competition far the best that have been played
between the Varsity and freshman this year and the winning teams are
tracksters is scheduled for Saturday now in a position to enter the semi-
when the regulars and the yearlings final round of the campus champion-
meet in a four mile and two mile re- ship competition. Alpha Sigma Phi
lay. Another race of interest is the nosed Theta Chi out of a hard fought
12 lap relay to be staged between match by a three point margin, 16 to
teams picked from the Varsity by 1$. Rehmus of Theta Chi was the
Capt. Larry Butler and Cal Wetzel. central figure in his team's attack'
At 3 o'clock Saturday the Varsity gathering a total of 11 points of the
and freshman milers will go on their 13 scored. Lambda Chi Alpha de-
marks. Standish, Hof stetter, and feated Phi Gamma Delta 27 to 7 in a
Denton are certain to represent the 'game that was fast despite the large
regulars by reason of their fine show- score' rolled up- by the winner..
ings in trials this week, and the re- _ Sigma Nu Springs Surprise,
maining distance man will- be picked Championship hopes were shatter-
from Penberthy, Everett, Freeborne, ed when Sigma Nu gave Beta Theta
Whittemore, Lukins, and Chute. Pi a 15 to 8 trouncing in the most
Standish*'Runs Fast Mile surprising game of the tournament.
Clipping off one of the fastest miles The Betas, by virtue of their victory
of the inroor season, Standish yes- over Phi Kappa Sigma, last year's
terday went through his mile in ex- champion, had been accoied a sure
cellent time and. shows promise of chance to enter the finals, but the
developing into one of the best men teamwork ant general floor ability of
on the squad. their opponents could not be over-
The Varsity two mile relay team come. Sigma Alpha Epsilon defeated,
will probably be composed of some Nu Sigma Nu 21-11 in a rough and
of the men that ran last week, but tumble encounter which did not slow
some of the other comers will un- up for an instant. Seymour for the
doubtedly get a chance to beat the winners and St. Johns for the losers
best that Archie Hahn can offer. This were the best of their respective
race will come after the 12 lap relay teams.
of the Varsity, which will be run off Fast combination play was in evi-
about 3:30 o'clock. dence in all of the interclass and sec-
Dash Men Will Run tional club games. AngelL's business
In addition to the program already ad five triumphed over the medics
announced by Coach Farrell, there 11 to 4, after a last minute rally, led
may also be some exhibition sprints by Capt. Bill Angell, had netted it a
between the freshman dash men and three basket lead. The Scalp and
the Varsity and Jack Scholz. Blade representative bested the Bay-
For the first time in three weeks onne club team 7 to 5 and Kalamazoo
Dick Losch, the veteran sprinter of club won out over Newcastle club in
last year, has been taking a hard the closing minutes of the game by a

14 to 12 count. Bennie was a verita-
ble scoring machine for the winners,
counting 11 of his team's points. Pe-
tro's pre-laws had little difficulty in
beating Cook's engineers by a 19 to
8 score.
Semi-Finals Tonight
Four of the games scheduled for
tonight are in the semi-final round of
play. At 8:45 o'clock, Alpha Sigma
Phi vs. Lambda Chi Alpha (semi-
final), Martin's Pre-laws vs.. Angell's
business ad. At 9:15 o'clock, Sigma
Nu vs. S. A. E. (semi-final), Scalp and
Blade club vs. Michigan Union (semi-
final), Petro's Pre-laws vs. the win-
ner of last night's Law-Architects
match.
Wig Ten Dopel

Indiana ..............4
Purdue.............2
Chicago .............3
Illinois ............2
Wisconsin ...........3
Minnesota..... 1
Michigan ... ........2
Ohio State..........1
Northwestern........1
Iowa..............0

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"HOREMANS NOT BETTER
THAN HOPPE"F-TAYOR
UNION BILLIARD ROOM MANAGER
DISAGREES WITH THOSE
WHO FAVOR BELGIAN
"Edouard Horemans, in spite of the
exhibitions which he has been putting
up in the various parts of the country,
in my opiniondoes not stand so much
a chance of beating Willie Hoppe if;
the two champs meet as m'any billiard
experts seem to think," said Al Tay-
lor, Union billiard room manager,
when asked as to the relative merits
of Horemans, the Belgian balk-line
champion and Hoppe, holder of the
world balk-line title.
Horemans Untried
"Horemans has not been tried yet
while Hoppe has, and the American
has shown that he has the stuff. When
I was in Chicago I played with both
Hoppe and Horemans and was able to
size up the comparative powers of
the cueists," he continued. "The Bel-4
gian will not be able to withstand the
iron nerve of the older man who is
able to adapt himself to any condition
whatever, whether the difficulty be
cracked balls, change of climate, or a
hostile audience."
"Hoppe is Not Afraid"
When asked about rumors which are
current that Hoppe is afraid to meet
the Belgian wizard, Taylor replied:
"Hoppe has always made a practice
of playing tournament matches only
on the condition that the winner takel
all. The foreign cueist objeets to this
plan and consequently matters are at
a standstill and rumors are rife that
the American is afraid to meet Hore-
mans."
Taylor expects Hoppe to make new
records when he meets the Belgian in
view of the fact that he will have to
work much harder than usual in ord-
er to overcome the high merits of the
European.j
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are being served at Tice's Fountain.
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-but if you're wise, you'll forget all
your orries after scholehours.the
whistle blows and you shut up your
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No game ever invented aives more
than an hour ortsogspent over a bil
hiard table.
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By; virtue of its victory over Ohio
State Tuesday night Chicago went in-
to third place in the standings. The
Maroons defeated the Buckeyes by the
score of 31 to 21 in one of the sea-
son's fastest games. Birkoff, Chicago's
stellar forward, scored 24 points of
his team's total. Michigan will oppose
Chicago Saturday night at the Windy
City.
Announce Union Biliard Schedule
In Wednesday afternoon's matches
in the Union billiard tournament,
Moreland, playing at 21, defeated Beal,
playing at 20, by the score of 21 to
17. The schedule of games for today
and tomorrow follows. Thursday aft-
ernoon: Chon, 25, meets Shepard, 25.
In the evening, Beal, 20, opposes
Moore, 25. Friday afternoon: Gale, 25,
plays Chon, 25. For the evening
match, Robbins, 25, will meet Moore,
25.

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You tell em, State Street,
They all take Liberty.
Ann Arbor, Mich.,
1/26/21'
DEAR FRANK:-
-Why is a black berry red,
you ask ,-when our
taster says 'tis 1green?
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enough, Dear Frank,
if you'll only use
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-Like your "ad in
the Daily the
other day
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my roommates to
sniffle
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you see,
-Before it amounts
to a piffle.
Yours till you graduate,
You've senior days.
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NOW AND THEN
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