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ion-athletic student organizations BILLIARD TOURNAMENT AT I T r n
re placed under the control of the UNION STARTS THIS WEEK IN L
tate committee in 1909.lNB 1
Latecommtteein 109.Only seven entries have been se-1
O l se n e t i ha e b n e-- cured for the annual 18.2 balkline O F A T R C T IO N
billiard tournament which is to be
ELITE HAT SHOP held at the Union this year. The list Michigan Has Held Trophy Most oi
Cor. Jefferson & Maynard 51s. of entries closed last Saturday and al- TuMe, )Iinnesota Only Winning
though the opportunity to enter had Twice
THANKSGIVING SALE been open for some time only seven1
men availed themselves of the chance. IS EMBLAZENED WITH LETTER
All $12, $14, and $16 Hats re- The billiard tournament at the Union "3[" OF BOTH UNIVERSITIES
duced to $7, $8 and $9.50 is an annual feat and it is regretted --
that so few have taken an active in- On the eve of the Michigan-Wiscon-
ALL HATS HAND MADE terest in the sport. The tournament sin game at Madison last week, Coach
\ -starts this afternoon and will con- Yost received a telegram from Coach
tinue through the rest of the week. Williams of Minnesota, saying, "What
the Harvard-Princeton game is to
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W ARM UP FO In 1903, Michigan went to Minneap-
94 olis to play there. Yost's warriors car-
ried a little brown jug as a water con-
7 TIH E GAM E tamer. That year the two teams fought
to a 6-6 tie. Aftdr the game, the little
brown jug was among the missing. The
Minnesota mentor, questioned about its
BURBERRY ENGLISH ULSTERS disappearance, refused to give it up,
but said that thereafter it should- be a
$65 ~trophy to the winning team. Three
years later, Michigan played Minnesota
DOMESTIC O'COATS again, and brought the jug back to Ann
Arbor. The following year Minnesota
$50 was again defeated, and the jug stay-
a ed on.
SHEEP - LINED COATS Minnesota and Michigan did not
-_again play until 1919, when Michigan
- was defeated, and the jug went back
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N JUG IS CENTER
]RHST TRIP_ IN 1903,
to Minnesota. The following year,last
year, the team brought it back once
more, and it now reposes over at Wat-
The jug is no longer brown. On one
side is Michigan's block "M"; on the
other, the "M" of Minnesota. The scores
of the games in which the jug has
figured are also lettered on one side.
In soccer the finals between Phi
Gamma Delta and Alpha Sigma Phi
will be played at 3:45 o'clock. At this
time also Sigma Nu will meet Theta
Chi and Delta Chi will meet Phi Delta
Theta in the semi-finals of the conso-
lation series. At 4:15 o'clock the
Architects will meet the soph engi-
At 4 o'clock on Friday the senior
engineers Cuthbert, 1909-R, meet the
Medics, Kerly, 609. The Soph Lits,
Werner, 355, and the Junior Lits, R.
Brown, 1166; the Fresh Engineers,
R. Underwood, 2739-M, and the Jun-
ior Engineers, Iland, 1460, and the
Fresh Lits, Brownfield, 355, and the
Senior Lits, Seitz, 986-R, will meet at
the same time.
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RUN HELD AT BLOOMINGTON
WITH ALL OF BIG TEN
Coach Steve Farrell and his cross
country team will depart this after-
noon for Bloomington, Indiana, to
compete in the anual Conference
cross country run on Saturday. Steve
will take five men with him, and at
Bloomington they will meet Standish,
who was called home on account of
the death of his father.
Six Men to Run
The Conference ruling will not al-
low more than six men to compete
from each school. Captain Penber-
thy, Chute, Whittemore, Arndt and
Bowen will accompany Coach Far-
rell to the meet. Although the Wol-
verine runners will run up against
some stiff opposition they will give
their opponents something to think
about. Chute, especially, should fin-
ish among the first three, and Arndt
should also be right up in front. The
other distance men, too, will no doubt
place among the first.
This is the last week of cross coun-
try running, and beginning next week
Steve will devote his time to looking
after the track men. .The formal call
for track and field men has not gone
forth yet, nor will it until after the
Christmas vacation, but Steve has
some men who are just preparing to
get in trim, s4 that when the call
does appear they will have the edge
on some of the other fellows.
The shot putters and pole vaulters
have been putting in quite a lot of
work in the pitsjust south of the
Waterman gymnasium, ,and some of
the sprinters have also been training
in the gymnasium, but no real work
has been done.kMany of the men who
have been working out have been,
those who were on the freshman team
last year, and who hope to place on
the Varsity this spring. Of course,
Arndt and Bowen, milers, have been
getting in trim by running the dis-
tance races with the cross country
Junior Engineers Dues Payable
Junior engineers will have an op-
portunity to pay their classdues at
assembly 9 o'clock Thursday in room
348 engineering building.
TO SECURE NEW
Wrestling enthusiasts will seen be
given the chance to take lessons from
an expert coach. Dr. G. A. May has
been trying for the past three weeks
to locate a coach with sufficient ex-
perience to instruct the Michigan
wrestlers. At_ present no one has
ben secured for the position but Dr.
May expects to know by next Satur-
day who the coach will be. He states
that in all probability there will be
an instructor here next week, to
work but with the men, although he
will not begin coaching until shortly
after the close of the football season.
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