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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THE

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MAROONS PRESENT
FORMIDBLE IVE
(iU'ago Quintet Misses Three Import-
ant Cogs of 192,10 Championship
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Poloay BeNext
As BigTen FORGINCNNA
Polo is the latest of the popularF
sports to receive the attention of Con-

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ference schools. Although there have Michigan informal Swimming Team
never been any polo contests between h norSi minTam
Big Ten schools, this game bids fair to Face University of Cincinnati
to become a recognized major sport Natahers Tonight
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U;APTAIiN CRIULII/ SVUWOR AT1 predictions of Major Edward C. Han- PART OF TEAM WENT LAST
GUARD HIGHLY SATISFACTORY ford, of 6hio State. Playing polo NIGHT, REMAINDER TODAY
in the new Ohio State stadium next
(Special to The Daily) year is the suggestion of Major Han- C
Chicago, Ill., Jan. 27. - Although ford who states that he hopes to see Coach Elmer Drulard and four mem-
three important cogs of the 1920 Con- Western Confrence polo organized. bers of the Varsity swimming squad-
ference championship team are miss- An added impetus should be given to left yesterday afternoon for Cinin-
ing, the Maroons, who will meet Mich- this game by the erection of new stad- nati, where they will be joined by
igan here Saturday night, still have a iums now being planned by mid-west- Manager Elliott and five more tank
five which ranks with the strongest in ern institutions. These stadiums which men who will leave early this morn-
the Big Ten this season. Coach Pat will soon be under construction will ing. The personnel of the teammfor
Page, Captain Hinkle, and Ted Cur- offere ideal places in which to play the trip includes Captain Gilmore,
tiss are the 1920 men who are absent the game. Hyde, Hubbard, Hanson, Porter,
this year, and although their loss is a Idea Originates at Ohio State White, Babcock, Smith, and Yerkes.
serious one, the Chicago squad will Ohio State is the originator of this Two Meets on Program
still possesses enough stars and prom- idea, and at the Columbus institution Two meets are on the program for
ising material for a strong team. definite plans are being laid to or- the Wolverine tank men this week-1
Crisler Good On Defense ganize a polo team for next year. end. Tonight the University of Cin-
Fritz Crisler, who was Hinkle's mate The military department, under the di- cinnati will furnish the opposition.
at the guard job last year, and who rection of Major Hanford, will offer It is not possible to judge the rela-I
was popularly rated as All-Conference the Scarlet and Gray cadets an oppor- tive merits of the two aggregations
guard along with Hinkle, is captain of tunity to compete in the mounted as little is known of the Ohio team
the Maroons and his work to date has game. Horses will be furnished by the save that they are possessed of one
been highly satisfactory. Crisler's de- artillery unit and instruction will be of the strongest lineups in the Mid-
fensive work is perfect, while his of- offered by the staff of military officers dle west outside of Conference cir-
fense is smashing and fairly consist at O. S. U., most of whom have re- 1les. Nothing at all is the extent of
ent. ceived training in this game at West the knowledge of the Y. M. C. A.
McGuire, a substitute last year, has Point.Isquad, but Coach Drulard isoptimis-
been holding down the position left R. 0. T. C. Units Would Be Helpful tic and hopes for victories on both
vacant by Hinkle and has been dis- Should polo grow in favor and take events.
playing a good brand of work. Coach its place among the major sports of Smith and Hyde will handle the 40
Stagg is also fortified with additional the Conference it is likely that the in- yard event for the Wolverines, and
men for the job having Neff, Segal, stitutions having an R. O. T. C. or- Gilmore will supplant Hyde in the 100
Ratcliffe, and Runyan available. ganization will hold a decided advant- yard event. 'In the 220 Hubbard will
At the forwards, Birkhoff and VollF age in possessing trained experts and make his appearance with Babcock.,
mer give the Maroons the best offen- at the same tine other facilities. All Hyde and Porter will endeavor to car-
sive pair in the Conference. Last year (Continued on Page Eight) ry off victory in the back stroke,+
these two stars were right up with the while Hanson and Babcock will swim
Big Ten leaders in the scoring depart- 'Jse the advertising columns of The the breast event. In the plungek
ment and this year are going as Michigan Daily to reach the best of Yerkes and Hubbard or Elliott will
strongly gas ever. Vollmer has gotten Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv. I (Continued on Page Eight)
away to a fine start this year, caging
six baskets against the Badgers, eight
against Illinois, and seven against
Iowa. Birkhoff cares for the free
throwing in efficient style. Reserve
forwards are Stahr, Bushnell, and"
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'AhetcEchoes
A committee to investigate athletic
conditions at the University of Min-
nesota is urged by the Minnesota Daily
which goes on to say that although
prospects for a winning team in 1921
were bright at the close of last sea-
son, four men have since left school
and there is a possibility of others do-
ing likewise. The men felt they had
been discriminated against by pro-
fessors in the classroom, and that
their efforts were not sufficiently ap-
preciated by the student body at
large.
As a result of the action of the ath-
letic officials of the University of Ore-
gon in offering Gilmour Dobie, present
Cornell football mentor, the position
of coach of the Oregon team, the mem-
bers of the varsity football team today
cir.culated a petition to retain Coach
Huntington for another year. It is
stated in the petition that if Hunting-
ton is not retained that a majority of
the freshmen who are candidates for
the team will not return to school next
fall.
Varsity stars of other days sat at
the Harvard training table yesterday
with members of the hockey, basket-
ball, and track teams. This athletic
get-together spanned a half century
of Crimson athletic activities. Albert
M. Barnes, '71, broke training bread
with the captain of the 1921 baseball
team. Other athletic graybeards in-
cluded Dr. Martin Prince, '75, a grid-
iron star of 46 years ago, Richard!
Henry Dana, who pulled a stout oar
in the crews of his day, and Dr. Wil-
liam Conant, who gained honrs on the
football team four decades ago.
Creole pralines (original) from New
Orlean's at Tice's Drug Store,,117 So.!
Main St.-Adv.
Daily advertising will spell prosper-

DENTS DEFEAT OF LIT TEAM I
FEATURES BASKETBALL PLAY
Wednesday evening's program in the
Inter-department Basketball league
was featured by the game which the
dents won from Van's lits 17 to 12.
The game continued an even contest
through three quarters, when Brooks
of the dent team opened up with
some fast floor work and put his team
in the lead. Dedek was the best play-
er for the losing quintet.
The homeop five set down the for-
esters 8 to 3 in a game in which the.
guards of both teams showed up
well. Jacob's lits were on the long
end of the tally when they overcame
Wolfson's lits 16 to 14. In this close
contest, Lorah starred for the win-
ners, while Warwick played well for
the losing lit team. D. J. C. beat1
Youngston 18 to 10 in a game which
was more of a struggle than the
score indicates. The up-staters defeat-
ed Kaupp's club 19 to 7 in a game
devoid of interest. The law team
beat the architects in a one-sided af-
fair 28 to 6. Storkman and Durbin
featured for the winners.
This evening's schedule is the fol-
lowing: 7:15 o'clock, up-staters vs.
Mt. Clemens club, homeops vs. Jacob's
lits, laws vs. Petro's pre-laws.

LOCAL V. OF F. W. SECURE *
WAR FILMS FOR EXHIBITION
Moving pictures of American troops
in action in France will be shown at
3 o'clock Saturday afternoon in the
auditorium of Lane hall, under the
auspices of the Richard N. Hall post
of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
These pictures were selected from the
official battle-scenes taken by the Un-
ited States signal corpsp nd show Am-
erican troops under fire'in the various
big offenses. This is the first time that
official war pictures have been releas-
ed for exhibition in Ann Arbor, and
they are expected to be of particular
interest to the men of the University
who saw service with the United
States Expeditionary forces.
HOMOEOPATHI( HOSPITAL
TREATS MANY CASES IN 1920

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SENIOR NOTICE!
Seniors who failed to return
or fill out senior record blanks
at time of having picture taken
for Miehiganensian must call at
the photographer's where pic-
ture was taken and fill out same
before Thursday.
All organizations must hand in
copy for the Michiganensian by
Saturday, Jan. 29.

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During 1920 the Homoeopathic hos-
pital treated 2,561 "in" cases and 2,695
"out" cases, or a total of 5,265 cases
as against 4;647 cases during the year
1919.
These cases were divided between
the various clinics as follows: 0. R.
& L., 1,905; ophthalmology, 857; sur-
gery, 942; G.-U. and dermatology, 336;
medicine, 658; nervous, 71; gynecol-
ogy, 388; maternity, 99.
The average daily number of "in"
patients for the year was 126.
LANDSCAPE MODELING COURSE
e GIVEN HERE BY CHICAGO FIRM
George C. Cone of O. C. Simons &
company, landscape gardeners of
Chicago, is conducting a class in
landscape modeling for all advanced
students of laidscape gardening and
design. The class was begun on
Monday, Jan. 17, and will continue for
the remainder of this semester. The
course covers the making of clay and
plaster of paris models of home
grounds and home gardens.

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Increase your business by advertis-
ing in The Michigan Daily.-Adv.

ity for you.-Adv.

RPHEUM

Halladay Plays Floor
Halladay, who broke into the lime-
light playing his first year with the
Varsity in 1920, it also a certainty at
the center position. His guarding and
floor work have been exceptionally
brilliant and his basket tossing con-
sistently successful. Hitchcock, a tall,
rangy, long shot man, is also on hand
for jump duty.
With the loss of Coach Page to
Butler college, A. A. Stagg has taken
over the coaching duties. In this work
he is being assisted by Fred Walker.
who assisted with the football team,
and Paul Hinkle, star guard and cap-
tain of Maroon basketball teams dur-
ing the past three years,
Miss Pansy Johnson, Contralto
teacher of singing. 904 South Sate
St, Phone 269-R.-AMv.
Martha Washington Candies, fresh
every Friday. 90c. Tice's Drug Store,
117 So. Main St.-Adv.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.

A FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTION

A WONDERFUL STORY OF SOCIETY LIFE IN

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MARSHALL
NEILAN'S
MILE-A-MINUTE MELODRAMA
OF NEWSPAPER LIFE

ARE YOU INTERESTED in the
WELFARE OF YOUNG MENT
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,
decent surroundings.
Most young men prtfer 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-
lutply TABOO.
HUSTON BROS.
rocket and Carom Billiards.
Cigars and Candies.
Soft Drinks and Light Lunches.
Cigarettes and Opes.
"We Try to Treat You Right"
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