THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Swimming practice on Mon-
day and Thursday afternoons
will begin at 1:45 o'clock on ac-
count of girl's swimming classes
in pool at 3:30. ' Practice on oth-
er days as usual.
Varsity Shows Fine Teamwork
Conquering Maroon Five
16 to 14
association, regarding the visit of
TOLEDO SEEKS INTER- Duncan and Mitchell.
Both of these officials, according to
Mr. Jermain, are in favor of the Pro-
fessional Golfers' association nominat-
ing a team to play against the Britons
INVERNESS CLUB WISHES SUCH for the Ross trophy.
EVENT TO BE STAGED ON Match Would Require Sanction
ITS LINKS Such a match would have to be
san.ctioned by the Professional Golf-
(By Associated Press) ers' association and also the Royal
Toledo, 0., Jan. 31.-Officials and and Ancient club of St. Andrews, but
members of the Inverness club, the it is thought here that there will be
organization which staged the Nation- no hitch in the plans.
al open golf tournament of 1920, are Whether the Ross trophy match
hopeful of seeing an international would be played before or after the
match over the same links where Ed- 1921 open is another question that
ward Ray won the title which he now would have to be settled. Should a
holds. date following the open be selected
VOLLMER, STELLAR MIDWAY
FORWARD, OUT OF CONTEST
Michigan's basketball quintet sur-
prised the knowing ones by adminis-
tering a 16 to 14 beating to Chicago,
considered one of the strongest teams
in the Conference, Saturday night.
Vollmer, the star Maroon forward,
was out of the game on account of
illness, which fact may account in
some measure for Chicago's unexpect-
Varsity Teamwork is Good
The fine teamwork of the Wolver-
ines was the deciding factor of the
contest.. The Maroons were helpless
before the fine passing and floor work
of the Michigan team. Rea scpred
two spectacular baskets in the first
half, putting Michigan into the lead
which never was relinquished. The
score at the end of the -halt stood
8 to 7.
Three Chicago baskets in a row
near the end of the second half"
brought the score to 16 to 13. Birk-
hoff, of the Midway team, tossed a
foul for the final Chicago point in the
last minute of play.
Michigan Position Chicago
Karpus (c) .....L.F..... Birkhoff (c)
Miller .........R.......... .Neff
Dunne ..........C......... Halladay
Williams .... .L.G........ McGuire
Rea .......R .G........ Crisler
Final score-lichigan, 16; Chicago,
14. Score at half-Michigan, 8; Chi-
cago, 7. Baskets from field-Karpus
2, Miller 2, Rea 3, Whitlock 1, Birk-
hoff 2, Halladay 2, McGuire 1. Bask-
ets from foul-Karpus 0 in 2, Birk-
hoff 4 in 7. Substitution-Michigan-
Whitlock for Rea; Chicago-Strahr
for Crisler, Runyan for Strahr.
(By Associated Press)
Des Moines, Ia., Jan. 31.-Do-te-'-
That is not a football signal, but is
nevertheless one of the favorite war-
blings of the members of a local foot-
ball team. Drake university here
boasts the-only singing football squad
in the world. Its members discovered
themselves to be such excellent vocal-
ists, in fact, :that they have organiz-
ed a Glee club all their own, to which
only members of the football team
may belong. This club now comprises
about 25 members, all of them foot-
ball players who were on Drake's
first squad, which- made the trips dur-
ing the football season last fall. This
club has now a regular repetoire, has
filled many local singing engagements,
and is reported to be in great de-
mand for entertainments in Des
The men discovered their vocal tal-
BOTH MEETS ON TRIP
RUNS INTO STIFF COMPETITION
AGAINST "CINCY" Y; HYDE
AND HUBBARD STAR
SEVEN GAMES ON BALL
TEAM'S SOUTHERN JAUNT
VACATION TRAINING TRIP WILL
INCLUDE CONTESTS WITH
BEST IN SOUTH
Michigan's baseball team will meet
seven Southern universities on its
annual spring vacation training trip.
The schedule as given out by the
Athletic association includes games
with four different schools, against
three of which the Varsity will play
return contests. Beginning on Satur-
day, April 9, the first day of the va-
cation, Coach Pratt's men will play
the University of Kentucky at Lexing-
Play Pratt's Alma Mater
Following this game, the team will
leave for Tuscaloosa, Alabama, where
it will engage the University of-Ala-
bama in a two game series on Monday
and Tuesday, April 11 and 12. Ala-
bama is Coach Pratt's alma mater. On
Wednesday and Thursday, April 13
and 14, the team will oppose Ogle-
thorpe university at Atlanta, Georgia,
and on Friday and Saturday will wind
up the trip in two contests with the
University of Georgia at Atlanta.
The Southern trip this year will
give the team the stiffest competition
that can be obtained in the South.
Coach Pratt, in commenting on the
schedule, said that the strongest
teams had been secured. Oglethorpe
university takes the place of Vander-
bilt this year and Alabama replaces
Auburn. The rest of the schedule is
the same as last season.
Schedule of Games
Saturday, April 9, University of
Kentucky at Lexington.
Monday and Tuesday, April 11 and
12, University of Alabama at Tusca-
Wednesday and Thursday, April 13-
and 14, Oglethorpe university at At-
Friday and Saturday, April 15 and
16, University of Georgia at Athens.
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In one of the closest and most ex-a
citing dual swimming meets ever wit-
nessed in the city of Cincinnati," the'
University of Michigan natators down-
ed the Central Y. M. C. A. on Satur-
day by a 45 to 41 score. Despite their
overwhelming victory over the Uni-
versity of Cincinnati on Friday, the
Wolverines were not picked to defeat
the crack team of the Y. M. C. A., the
result coming as a surprise to the3
supporters of the Cincinnati aggrega-
Hyde and Hubbard Score Heavily
Michigan's two greatest individual
stars, Hyde and Hubbard, did all that'
was expected of them, the former
winning the 50 yard free style and
taking/second in the 25 and 100 yard
events and in the 150 yard back stroke
as well as swimming a fast lap in the
relay; while the latter copped first
honors in both the 200 and 400 yard
Bob Yerkes came through with a
clean cut and unexpected victory in
the plunge for distance by diving the
60 feet in 37 seconds, 12 seconds fast-
er than the distance was covered by
Pugh, the "Y" star. Yerkes' victory
put new life into the team and was
a big factor in the final result.
White Loses Out in Dive
In the fancy diving, White came
within a narrow margin of defeating
Ganer of the Y, tri-state champion
and a man who has never been de-
feated since his earliest days of com-
petition. One poor dive, a flying
dutchman in which White's hands
glanced off the spring board, cost the
Michigan star victory in his event.
Porter and Hanson were the other
Wolverines to win first places. Por-
ter took the lead at the outset of the
150 yard back stroke and was never
headed, Hyde taking second a few
feet behind him, while Hanson won
the breast stroke event handily, with
Babcock close on his heels.
High School Boy Stars for Y
The Y. M. C. A. uncovered one of the
strongest swimmers Michigan has
ever had to oppose in Altheimer. The
17 year old high school boy won the
25 and 100 yard swims, took second
in the 200 and 400 yard events, and
succeeded in beating out Hyde in the
last lap of the relay after he had been
given a two yard lead by his predeces-
sor. Holmes and Rutledge also did
creditable work for the Y.
Michigan had no trouble in defeat-
ing the University of Cincinnati Fri-
day night, taking every first place and
all second places but two. The final
score was 55 to 13.'
When George Duncan, open golf
champion of Great Britain, and Abe
Mitchell, another Britisher prominent
in the golfing world, invade the Unit-
ed States next summer, their visit to
Toledo, it is pointed out, would be to
meet the pick of the American stars
and compete for the Walter L. Ross
trophy over the Inverness course.
Ross Trophy Is Perpetual Cup
The Ross trophy stands as a perpet-
ual cup, being the same in the golf-
ing world as the Davis cup is to ten-
nis. The trophy would be played for
each year with the sanction of the
ruling golf associations of the two
S. P. Jermain, an Inverness club of-
ficial, has been in communication
with George Sargent, of the Scioto
Country club, Columbus, president of
the Professional Golfers' association
and Alex Pirie, of the North Shore
Country club of Long Island, vice-
president of the Professional Golfers'
America's team likely would consist
of the four making the best showing
in the open, according to Mr. Jer-
MEMBERS OF BOXING CLUB
HOLD ELECTION OF OFFICERS
As the result of elections held at
the Union yesterday, the members of
the Boxing club completed the details
necessary for the formation of an ef-
fective organization. Officers elected
were, president, Donald Shelton, '21;
vice-president, Martin Hawkins, '23;
secretary, Norman Buchan, '22; and
treasurer, 0. W. Rush, '22.
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All $30 Overcoats are
ents when they were exhorted, dur-
in the last football season, to sing for
the sake of keeping up their esprit-
de-corps, after the manner of sold-
iers in the army. Endeavoring, then,
for a greater spirit and unity in their
team, they found, opening their
mouths, that sounds actually pleas-
ant emerged; from this start, they had
soon organized a Glee club.
FINALS IN INTERFRATERNITY
BASKETBALL LEAGUE TONIGHT
California-The present tuition fee
of. $20 for non-resident students will
be increased to $150, the increase tak-
ing effect next August. Enrollment
figures presented by Pres. David P.
Barrows at the meeting showed that
there was 1,152 ' non-resident stu-
dents registered at the university last
semester. f It is expected that the in-
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Play in the Interfraternity Basket-' Ic4aU leewinl iewUa reveue or
ball league has narrowed down to the about $100,000 a year to the univer-
finals. Alpha Sigma Phi has surviv- sity.
ed in the upper half and Sigma Alpha
Epsilon has come through in the lower Oregon- Spring football practice
part of the draw. At 7:30 o'clock to- will be inaugurated for the varsity
night these two teams will come to- candidates at the University of Ore-
gether to decide the campus cham- gon this year. The greater part of
- the work will be in practicing punt-
In the Intersectional league, the
Upstaters will meet the winners of
the Detroit Junior college and the Mt.
Clemens club game. This contest is
also scheduled for 7:30 o'clock.
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Wisconsin - The course in com-
merce has 179 women enrolled this
year as compared with 160 last year
and 20 in 1916. Journalism has 112
women students, pharmacy has 11,
law has 2, the medical school 15, the
agricultural courses have 10 and
chemistry has 24 .students.
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Jack and Tom and Harry get
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Men who want to keep their
minds keen and their wits
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to keep fit for the terrific strain
of modern life.
If your "prof" is wise he will
heartily approve of your play-
ing an occasional game of bil-
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good cue in your hands again-
and see how soon your former
skill comes back to you.
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