THE MICHIGAN DAILY
8ASKETBALL GOES WELL
All men who intend to try out
for the Informal Varsity hockey
team are requested to be pres-
ent at .a meeting to be held at
7:30 o'clock tonight at the Union. ~
Plans for the coming year will be
discussed. All men of hockey abil-
Ity are requested to be present
at this meeting. -
In 1891 Seniors who could not dance
were given a special reduction in their
anda, Peare, Piper, Sage, Hoyt, Rea,
Wilson, Brown, Gregory, J. MacGreg-
or, Miller, Paper, Pearman, Reason,
Roth, Rice, Stewart, Whitlock, Wal-
moth, Lipman, Wesbrook, MeWood,
Elt, Elliott and Lawton.
The result of yesterday's play gives
senior engineers the class soccer
At 3:45 o'clock today the following
teams will play for second place:
junior engineers, sophomore lits.
A Fraternity marathon will take
place at 4:15 o'clock today. It is said
to be the first ever attempted here
and promise to be interesting as 28
teams are entered.
Grand Opening Tonight. Allmen-
dinger Music House, in new location
on Maynard St. -7:0 P. M. Rhodes
Bros. Orchestra. Come: Adv.
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Near State and Packard Streets
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FOOTBALL STARS EXPECTED
REPORT FOR COURT
The School Premiere
With the close of the football sea-
son Coach Mather is now devoting his
entire time to the Varsity basketball
squad. Beginning this week prac-
tices will be held five night a week
and more attention will be given to
team work and individual playing. So
far Mather has done nothing but weed
out the impossible dandidates who re-
ported to him at the first of the year.
The coach has quite a task confronting
him as the opening game will be play-
ed in less than three weeks.
Arrangements are being made with
both Albion and Ypsilanti to bring
15 or 20 men for several practices
against the Varsity before the open-
ing game. This will give the men
a chance to go up against some scrim-
mage other than that put forth by
their own teammates and will give the
coach a chance to see what his men
can do in action. These games will
probably be played next week, but will
not be open to the student body.
Three more games have been add-
ed to the schedule for this year in-
cluding one home game with Western
State Normal school on Dec. 10. The
other ganies are with Case at Cleve-
land and University of Cincinnati in
that city on Dec. 16 and 17, respec-
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the squad, while several members of
the football team have signified their
intention of coming out for basketball.
Amonk these are Cappon, Roby, Kipke,
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