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THE MTCHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY

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tre Dame aiso appears on the baseball ISH 09LL Trill
schedule.
A dual track meet for Feb. 18, at
East Lansing, between M. A. C. and P
DePauw, was set by the Conference.
Intramural Items SIX GAMES WILLBE PLAYED ON
3 SOUTHERN TRIP DURING
SPRING RECESS
The following basketball teams will
play at 6:15 Thursday night: Alpha (By Associated Press)
Delta Phi vs. Zeta Beta Tau, Theta Madison, Wis., Dec. 14.--The Uni-
Xi vs. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Delta versity of Wisconsin baseball team
Chi vs. Beta Phi Delta, Delta Sigma will enter the south this year for the
Pi vs. Phylon; at 7 o'clock: Delta
Sigma Delta vs. Xi Psi Phi, Delta first spring training trip ever taken
Theta Phi vs. Psi Omega, Gamma Eta by the Badger Varsity nine. The trip
Gamma vs. Sigma Delta Kappa, Trigon will be taken during the vacation per-
vs. Cacique; at 9:30 o'clock: Delta iod of April.
Chi vs. Beta Theta Pi. While no definite arrangementE
--- have been completed, the Wisconsin
The referees for the different courts coach hopes to have the Badgers meet
from 6:15 to 7:45 are: Court 1, Smith, Alabama university, Mississippi uni-
R. W.; court 2, Ohlmacher; court 3, versity, and the Mississippi Agricul-
Brown, T.; court 4, Leibly; at 9:30 tural college in two contests apiece. If
o'clock: court 1, Shafter; court 2, unable to schedule with these schools
Shoesmith; court 3, Burkhart; court he plans to arrange to play the Uni-
4, Sandre. versity of Tennessee. Six games will
be played on the trip.
Finals in the interfraternity bowling The squad loses six regular men
tournament will be staged on the Un from the last year team, but strong
ton amlent wilcl estged onten, material is available to fill the holes.
ion alleys at 3 o'clock this afternoon, The graduation of Williams, star pitch-
the four highest teams in the two pre- e whduwon oneof is ames
liminary rounds competing far hon- last season, is the hardest blow, whil.
ors. The chosen quartet is made up some difficulty will be had in locating
of the following aggregations: Delta1 a catcher to step into Davey's shoes.
Theta Phi, Phi Mu Alpha; Phi Delta Training will commence in the cage
Theta and Zeta Psi. shortly after Christmas, when a call
will be sent for the players. The
Wilson Illini Leader spring trip is expected to be a special
David D. Wilson, right end on the inducement for material, and a large
Illinois 1921 football eleven, was elect- squad is expected to turn out.
ed captain of the 1922 team to fill the
vacancy caused by Don Peden's inelig- Tuesday Sees 8 Interfraternity Games
biity. Wilson did not win a regular Interfraternity basketball scores for
berth on the Illini team until the mid- Tuesday night follows: Kappa Sigma
dle of the past season, his strong 10, Sigma. Alpha Epsilon 9; Lambda
game against the Buckeyes being Chi Alpha 19, Theta Chi 4; Trigon 20,
largely responsible for his election. Cygnus 13; Alpha Kappa Kappa 33,
Pi Upsilon Rho 3; Phylon 9, Cacique
The British imperial bushel is about 3; Nu Sigma Nu 2, Alpha Sigma 4;
three per cent larger that the United Phi Chi 30, Phi Alpha Gamma 7; Phi
States standard bushel. Kappa Psi 8, Phi Delta Theta 15.
Low Heel and Squared Toes
WOMEN who thought they never could
wear low heels have found in our Cubist
a fit, comfort, and smart daintiness they
have never known in an outdoor shoe.

MARGARET E. SPAIN, '0,
CONTRIBUTOR TO MAGAZINE
Margaret E. Spain, '20, is the author
of an article in the December issue of
the Collegiate World entitled, "Tradi-
tions Day" in which she describes the'
various activities on the campus which
foster college spirit and traditions. Be-
ginning with a detailed description -of
Traditions day, she presents pictures
of Cap Night, the freshman-sophomore
contests, Swing-Out, and the social at-
mosphere of the Tap room.
Other articles in this month's issue
are: "The Glory of the Colleges," "De-
veloping Undergraduate Statesman-
ship," "The Rubylat of a Freshman,"
cartoons and various excerpts of hu-.
mor from various college magazines.
Hockey Tournaments Planned
The intramural department has
made arrangements for class and in-
terfraternity hockey tourneys to be
played after the Christmas vacation.
Managers of class and interfraternity
teams are requested to fmake their en-
tries at the intramural office before
the close of the week.

WESTERNERS INVITE STUDENTS
TO CLUB MEETING TONIQHT
Students from Arizona, California,
.Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mex-
ico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyom-
ing, North Dakota, South Dakota, Neb-
raska, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Western
Texas are invited to attend the Prat
meeting of the :Westerners at7 '8:0
o'clock tonight in Lane hall.
'ENSIAN NOTICE
All campus organizations are
requested to have their group
pictures for the Michiganensian
taken between Jan. 3 and 28.
Since there will be absolutely no
extension of time, it would there-
fore be advisable for the organ-
izations to arrange for sittings
I with their photographers before
I going home for the Christmas
holidays.
Wabr's University Bookstore is open
evenings until Christmas.--Adv.

evenings until Christmas.-Adv.
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