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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PRES. BURTON AND FAMILY
RETURN FROM WESTERN TRIP
President Marion L. Burton and his
family are due to arrive in Ann Ar-
bor Friday, after an extended trip in
the West, during which the "President
spoke in every city of importance vis-
ited.

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BASEBALL NOTICE

Coach Fisher wishes to see all
f candidates for the 1922 baseball
team at a meeting to be held at
the Union Thursday, Jan. 5, at
f 7:15 o'clock.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

HOCKEY NQTICE
Informal Varsity hockey prac-
tice will be held daily this week
at 6 o'clock. It is expected that
the hockey rink will be complet-
ed during the week, so that prac-
tice will be held from 7 until 9
o'clock in the future.I

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*Billiards than Is the case
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for a period of about six.
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PRE-INVENTORY SHOE SALE,

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COURT -SQUAD WINS
VA4CATION GAMES1
Cincinnati, Case, and Carnegie Fall
Before the Attack of
Wolverines
SHOWING OF TEAM PLEASES
MATHER; LINE-UP POWERFUL
Michigan's basketball hopes took a
decided leap forward with the success-
ful completion of the vacation games
which ended with the count standing
four victories and no defeats for
Mather's men. The Wolverine quintet
opened its vacation jaunt by downing
the fast University of Cincinnati five
25 to 18 on the Cincinnati floor. Cin-
cinnati holds victories over Ohio State,
Yale and other leading teams of the
country, and the Wolverines are the
first university aggregation to down
them. Case Scientific school was the
next victom of Mather's attack. The
Scientists put up a stiff battle but
were unable to stop Ely, Miller, and
Rea and took the small end of a 29 to
20 count.
Tech Falls Twice
Carnegie Tech lost both of its en-
gagements at Waterman gymnasium.
Michigan took the first contest 36 to 17
and in the second game downed the
Easterners 48 to 22. Michigan's play
in the second game with Carnegie
fairly sparkled with class and in the
10 minutes the invaders were over-
whelmed yvith a fusilade of baskets

which netted the Wolverines one of
the highest scores a Michigan court
five has ever run up against any op-
ponent. Coach Mather is pleased over
the showing his men made and labels
their work as highly satisfactory al-
though he refuses to make any predic-
tions as to how his team will play in
the Cbnference circle.
Clncy and Case Lose
Michigan opened the games with
Cincinnati and Case with Miller and
Reason at forwards, Ely at center, and
Caytain Rea and Birks at the guards.
In the games with Carnegie Tech
Coach Mather was forced to shift the
versatile Michigan captain to a for-
ward position in the absence of Mil-
ler, who is recovering from an opera-
tion on his throat. Cappon took Rea's
place at running guard during these
two latter engagements and his work
on the defense compared 'favorably
with Rea's.
Coach Mather wil probably use the
same lineup againt M. A. C. Friday
that he used against Carnegie. Miller
is expected to be in condition for the
Chicago clash next Monday.
MEMBERS OF HTSTORY FACULTY'\
READ PAPERS IN CONVENTION
Several professors of the history de-
partment attended the 36th annual
meeting of the. American Historical
association, which was held Dec. 27-30,
in St. Louis.
Papers on various historical sub-.
iects were read by Profs. Arthur L.
Cross, Earle W. Dow, A. E. R. Boak,
A. Frayer and A. S. Aiton. Profes-
sor Cross is a member of the execu-
tive council of the association.

Intramural Items
Interclass bowling starts early next
week. Class managers should turn en-
tries into the intramural office at once.
One class may enter as many teams
as desired.
Entries in the society and boarding
house league closes Friday at 5:30
o'clock. Any group of men on the
campus, whether organized or 'not,
may form a team and enter the tourna-
inent. There are 15 entries to date.
The basketball schedule for Wed-
nesday at 6:15 o'clock, is as follows:
Nu Sigma Nu vs. Alpha Kappa Kappa;
Alpha Sigma vs. Phi Chi; Phi Rho
Sigma vs. Phi Alpha Gamma. At 7
o'clock: Theta Chi vs. Kappa Sigma;
Phi Kappa Psi vs. Lambda Chi Alpha;
Phi kappa Sigma vs. Phi Delta Theta;
Psi Omega vs. Delta Theta Phi. At
9:30 o'clock: Sigma Nu vs. Alpha Sig-
ma Phi; Kappa Beta Psi vs. Alpha Tau
Omega; Delta Tau Delta vs. Phi Sig-
ma Delta; Delta Upsilon vs. Phi Gain-
ma Delta.
Scenarios In Hands of Judges
Scenarios - for the University movie
contest that were handed in before
vacation are still in the hands of fhe
judges. Work on the numerous plots
entered in the competition is progress-
ing rapidly and a decision will be an-
nounced as soon as possible.
Get your Sheepskin coats at N. F.
Allen Co.'s, 211 So. Main St. They are
reasonably priced.-Adv.

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Black.
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Brawn
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Graina#
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