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JDBALL DOUBLES
R^AMPSDEFEATED
npions are falling in the All-
s handball tourney as was evi-
by the defeat of last year's
s champions, Brucker and San-
y Gehring and Watson in three
four games at Waterman gym-
n yesterday. The scores were
1-10, and 21-8 in favor of the
g-Watson combination and 21r
favor of the Brucker-Sanchez
Last Tuesday Gehring, 1920
3 champion, fell before Brucker
t the score is about even on all
The Potts-Liu team beat the
e duo three games out of four
the Greenes had won the first

fgame 21 to 10. The superior weight
and experience of Potts and Lip, prov-
ed too much, however, and they won
the last three games 21 to 9, 21 to 10,
and 21 to 17. Potts and Liu will play
the Gehring-Watson team at 4 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon and the winner of
this match will meet Ogden and Glas-
gow Saturday morning for the dou-
bles championship. Sanchez took two
straight games from Ogden yesterday
morning, 21 to 20 and 21 to 8.
All men who have singles matches
to play are urged to get them off as
soon as possible, Van Dowelen, Bow-
ers, and Swartz especially.
Have you company coming? Bring
them to Teet's Dining Rooms for din-
ner.-Adv.

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Gym Supplies-
We Have Everything You Need for
the Gym'

Intramural Items
What promises to be the biggest, in-
door interclass track meet in the his-
tory of the intramural department is
planned for Saturday afternoon,
March 12. With the meet under the
personal supervision of Archie Hahn
every element necessary for success
seems to be assured. The program will
comprise the 10 standard events, so
arranged as to permit men entered
in more than one event to show to
their best advantage. An entrant,
however, is limited to three events,
and any men desiring to participate
may enter on the bulletin board in the
intramural office, room three, Press
building.
A few eligibility rules must be ob-
served. Men on the Varsity squad,
former winners of M's or AMA's, and
men on probation are barred. All oth-
ers on the campus are permitted to
enter, and a long list is counted on.
Places count five, three, two, and
one, and winners of two or more
points will receive numeral track
shirts, the freshmen earning awards
to constitute the All-fresh squad, and
to receive distinctive numerals.
In the one game played in the in-
terclass basketball league Friday
night the Pharmics defeated the
Architects 18 to 12, in a game that
was tied 12 to 12 at the end of the reg-
ular playing time. In the extra period
the dope mixers rallied around Matt-
son, their star performer, and count-
ed three field baskets while holding
their opponents scoreless. ,Kline, for
the losers, displayed good all around
ability.
The schedule for Monday night is as
follows: Upper round; Merner's Fresh
lits vs. Junior engineers; Crawforth's
Soph lits vs. Lower dents; Upper laws
vs. Lower laws. Lower round:
Frosh engineers vs. Upper dents;
Stone's Soph lits vs. Jerome's Soph
engineers; Sterling's Fresh T its vs.
Junior lits.
TAYLOR'S DEFENSIVE PLAY
BEATS COPULOS, FRIDAY 50-26
Playing his opponent safe at all
stages of the game, Al Taylor defeat-
ed George Copulos, of Detroit, 50 to
26, in their three cushion billiard
match at the Union billiard room Fri-
day night. The score was the same as
in the afternoon exhibition when Cop-
ulos got away to a flying start and
then assuming the defensive left Tay-
lor with but few opportunities to
score.
Taylor's game Friday night was es-
pecially interesting to the gallery as
the' Union player made a score on al-
most every trip to the table, running
out his string in 66 innings. MHis de-
sire to leave his opponent safe un-
doubtedly held down his average as he
took few chances, preferring to sacri-
fice points for safeties. Both afternoon
and evening matches were attended
by good sized crowds and interest was
strong, especially in the earlier stages
of the matches.

Sign Ihe Petition

When a group of men come out
faithfully, day in and day out, and,
with no definite chance of recogni-
tion and handicapped -by a lack of
good facilities for practice, work for
the good of Michigan, they deserve to
receive credit for it. That is what the
informal swimming team has done
this year, and its really excellent
showing is indicative of the kind of
energy the men on the squad have
given for the cause.
Tomorrow a petition will be circu-
lated on the campus, a petition to the
Athletic association, asking that the
team be recognized at once asa Var-
sity sport so' that it may be entered
in the Conference meet at North-
western on March 17 and 18. Cer-
tainly the squad itself can be depend-
ed upon to make a showing worthy of
the name of Michigan if it is entered'
in this meet, and, as the petition
reads, "We believe, further, that the
recognition of the sport will furnish

the necessary incentive for the com-
pletion of the Union swimming pool,
both as concerns the student body and'
the alumni." At least it will certainly
show the latter that Michigan is de-
serving of this addition to her facili-
ties.
But aside from that, the team and
our own fair name are to be consid-
ered, for squads from nearly every
other school in the Conference will be
at Evanston for the event. Every
Michigan man who has the interest of
his University at heart will sign the
petition tomorrow.

. A DESIRE
FOR ANY TYPE OF DANCING
may easily be satisfied at
MLLE.
JEANETTE KRUZSKA'S
DANCING STUDIO
AESTHETIC DANCING
SOFT SHOE DANCING
TOE DANCING
BALL ROOM DANCING
We aim to make you graceful
. In addition to knowing steps
Instructors
MLLE. KRUZSKA
PHILIP MILLER, '23
Studio-824 E. Huron St.
Phone 2808-B

Matches in the handball
tournament can be played off
either in the afternoon or night
at the gymnasium. GEHRING.

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Phone Orders
Promptly Filleda

Mail Orders
Promptly Filled
EST. 1857

Sleep Anyplace 2
Eat at Rex "s,
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 ARBOR STREET
Near State and Packard

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HANDBALL NOTICE

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GEO. J. MOE
"SPORT SHOP"

Spring

Presentation

F11 N. Urtiv. Ave.

- Next to Arcade Theatre

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Displaying Exclusive Versions
of Late frModes in distinctive Apparel

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Hats of Unusual Charm and Style
Footwear of Quality

40'" OLD ARE YOU? NO MATTER! PLAY BILLIARDS!
atter how many years you have tarried on earth, you are still
if you like to PLAY. And PLAYING helps to keep that young
g and youthful look in men who are of mature years. Many
GREAT men of the world-authors, senators, lawyers, prime
ers-find in BILLIARDS a most joyous relaxation and recrea-
Make HUSTON BROS. your "club." Make this a regular meet-
ace for yourself and friends. You will find just the right atmos-
here to make your evenings enjoyable.
HUS.TON BROS.
t andCarom Billiards. " Soft Drinks and Light Lunches.
Cigars and Candies. Cigarettes and Pipes.
"WE TRY TO TREAT YOU RIGHT."

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Wednesday evening, March the ninth

nineteen hundred and tiventy-one

BOWLING NOTICE

Seben-thirty

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Men desiring to enter the All-
campus bowling tourney should
sign up at the Union alleys' desk
before next Tuesday.

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Teet's Dining Rooms for dinner
parties. 805 E. Huron St.-Adv.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.,

lhitney SAT.,

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CHARLES FROHMAN

Presents

SAM BURCHFIELD & CO.

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Tailoring

In a new play In four acts

Our line of Spring Woolens is now complete.
Prices are consistent with the trend of the times,
The work is of the very highest class.

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By H. E. W. MASON

SAM BURCHFIELD & CO.

RESERVED SEATS SOLD BY MAIL

106 E. Huron St.

Down Town

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Lower Floor $2.50

Balcony $1.50

Gallery not reserved $1.00

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