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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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INTRAMURAL NOTICE

NOT UP-TO STANDAR
MILTON ROMNEY STANDS OUT AS
STELLAR PLAYER ON
SQUAD
(By Associated Press)
Chicago, Jan. 7.-Coach Nels Nor-
gren, in charge of the Maroon quin-
tet, is worried. He has a large and
promising aggregation of steady and
consistent players, with two or three
individual stars, and plenty of mate-
rial which can be molded into-stars; yet
his team is weak and. far from the
standard set by last year's squad.
Birkhoff, Crisler, andbothergalumni'
who won fame in the basket game are
assisting Norgren from the sidelines.
Romney Is Star -
Romney, who showed up as an Indi'
vidual star and point winner in the
early games, is having trouble totget
the proper co-operation and team
work into his efforts.NIngthe short
passing' game, which Norgren is us-
ing, Romney is successful at receiv-
ing, but has .proved inaccurate in
passing. He is quick, however,,pnd an
excellent player ,by far the best the
Maroons have this year.
Captain Halladay, who has shown a
surprising lack of form for an experi-i
eiced and consistent player, is visibly
worried about himself. Coach Nor-
gren expectsthim to improve with the
progress of the schedule, however.
Promising New Men
Among the new men two have
shown much promise. Campbell Dick-
son, a sophomore, is quickand an ac-
curate passer. Besides standing a
good chance of being a regular mem-
ber of the line-up, he was a substi-'
tute on this year's football squad and
is sure of a position on next year's
team. He is also a high jumper ofl
ability. Frieda, the lanky Junior fromt
Minnesota, has shown himself adept
at throwing baskets. He is also a.
possibility in the lineup near the end7
of the season.
Bobby Stahr and John Bryan, both
veterans, are doing fairly well in their £
positions.. Bryan has recbvered from1
the trouble with his knee cap that
took him out of the football lineup
and, barring a reoccurrence, will be in
the opening games. The first Confer-
ence game will take place Jan. 7 with
Ohio State.
Two Minnesota Men Eligible Again
Two athletes at the University of
Minnesota have been declared elig-1
ible for the remainder of the season,
Newt Doyle and Don McClintock.
Doyle is a basketball man and will
in all probability play in the Gop-
her's opening Conference game against
Northwestern tomorrow night.

The interclass bowling tourna-
ment will open on next Tuesday.
All entries must be turned in to
the Intramural office by Monday
night. All classes are eligibile to
enter as many teames as they
desire.
200 Yearlings
Out For Track
There are over two hundred fresh-
men out for the All-fresh track team,
according to Archie Hahn.tAlthough
it is too early in the season to know
definitely just what each man is able
to do, several of the yearlings have
been showing very good form, and
something good may be expected from
thema.
Among the most promising are Am-
stedt in the mile run, and Gibson in
the quarter. Amstedt, like several
other men, . won his numerals this
fall in the fresh cross country run.
The men are required to turn out at
least three*times each week for prac-
tice at the gymnasium.

BOWEN ELECTE'O CAPTAIN
'Of CROSS COUNTRY TEAM
J. A. Bowen, '24E, was elected cap-
tain of the 1922 Cross Country team
at a meeting held Thursday evening.
Inasmuch as last season was Bowen's
first year on the Cross Country squad
some or cie ability of the new hill and
dale leader can be readily seen by his
election to captaincy._ Bowen was aI
1reliable man on this year's squad, al-
ways ready to do his best in the five
mile grind. Great things are predict-
'ed for him as leader of next year's
team.
Lose Many Stars
The squad next year will be greatly
handicapped by the loss of Penberthy,
captain of last year's team, Chute,
who placed sevnth in the Conference
meet. Whitemore, Standishand Ear-
hart, who were also reliable men on
last year's team. Thishandicap will e
be partially overcome by the entrance
of Isbell and Mencke of this year's
freshman squad into Varsity competi-
tion next autumn. Arndt will also be
with the squad and it is hoped that
Harry Davis, who is considered by
many to be the best cross country
runner in the Conference, will also be
eligible. a
Distance Men
Practically all of the cross country
men turn out for track when the call
is made for candidates. The cross
country training .develops endurance
as well as speed and for this reason
hill and dale men are generally suc-
cessful on the track team. Standish,
Arndt anl Bowen are candidates -for
the one mile in track, whi'e Davis and
Chute are competing in the two mile.

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HOCKEY NQTICE

Get 'Em From 0& H Men's'

EXCLUSIVE
Shoe Shoppe

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.

O&H
Annual

One-

OFF
SALE

Fourth

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A Greater Stock to Choose From

MANAGERIALTRYOUTS
NOTICE.
A call for tryouts for assistant
intramural manager has been is-
sued. Sophomores desiring to try
out report to W. F. Elliott, daily
between 2:30 and 4:30 o'clock at
the Intramural office, room 3,
Press building.

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It stands to reason that an exclusive men's shoe
shop woul'd be the logical place to come to, for
here you have the choice of the largest men's
shoe stock at a saving of 25c on every $1 worth
of high grade footvear.
Black B r o w n
Nor we- - N or we-
glans at gunsat
$6.75 6 7.

Daily Want Ads Pav.-Adv.
STEAM 6 eAS FtG
TELEPHONE 214 F-1
A Reliable Jeweler
CHAPMAN
113 South Mair

Bits Of Sports

Get 'Em From
Men's - Shoe - Shoppe
335 S. MAIN ST.

April 12 has been the date selected
for the opening of the 1922 season of
major leagues. The season will close
on Oct. 1, the schedule calling for
the usual number of 154 games.
Charles Brickley, former Harvard
football star, has been offered the posi-
tion of head football coach at North-
western university it has been an-
nounced.
With six teams entered on its
schedule the city basketball league,
under the sponsorship of the city Y.
M. C. A., began its series of games last
Wednesday night. The six teams
which have officially entered the ser-
ies are: Grotto, American Legion,
Blue Front, Packard, Moe,and Broad-
way leaders. The different teams will
play their games at the Y. M. C. A.
Redecorated and remodeled during
the Christmas holidays, the swimming
pool of the ity Y. M* C. A., will reopen
to the "Y" members Jan. 9. It was
closed Dec. 20.
Patronize Daily Adverttsers.-Atlv

J. J0'Kane

Al. F. Herder

UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huron Sts.
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister
January 8, 1922
"HISTORY AND HOPE"
With reference to Mr. H. G.
Wells's history of the world.
10:40 a. m.
DEAN HUGH CABOT
speaks at 6:30 before the Young
People's meeting, on "The Es-
sentials of Life From A Physi-
cian 's Point of View." Supper
5:45 p. m.
MUSIC JANUARY 8
Mr. .Stahl at the organ; An-
them from "HolyCity;' solo by
Miss Werkheiser.
A Welcome to All!

,SUNDAY'S CHURCH SERVICES

What Others

Say:

GOD HAS A PLAN FOR YOUR
WHICH NO OTHER AN
CAN FUJLFILL

LIFE

"In all the ages of the ages there
never has been, and never will be a
man, or woman just like, me. I am
unique. I have no double. That is
true. No two leaves, no two jewels,
no two stars, no two lives-alike.
Every life is a frehs thought from
God to the world. There is no man
in all the world who can do your work#
as well as you. And if you do not
find, and enter into God's purpose fori
your life, there will be somethingI
missing from the Tlory that would
otherwise have bee nthere. Every
jewel gleams with its own radiance.
Every flower distils its own fragrance.
Every Christian has his own particu-

lar bit of Christ's radiance and Christ's
fragrance which God would pass
through him to others. Has God given
you a particular personality? He has
also created a particular circle of
individuals who can be reached and
touched by that personality as by
none other in the wide world. And
then He shapes and orders your life
so as to bring you into contact with
that very circle. Just a hair's breadth
of shift in the focus of the telescope,
and some man sees a vision of beauty
which before had been all confused
and befogged. So, too, just that grain
of individual and personal variation
in your life from every other man's
and some one sees Jesus Christ with
a clearness and beauty he would dis-
cern nowhere else.

ft. fuheu'z yistwnd
Cor. Catherine and DivIsles St.
7:35 A. M.-Holy Communion..
10: 30A. M. - Morning Prayer
and Sermon by Rev. Simpson
Auhyahkaosa Brigham of St.
John's Church, Walpole Is-
land, Ontario.
4:30 P. M. - Vesper Service.
Address by the Rev. Chas. T.
Webb. "Great Men in the
Christian Church: St. Chrys-u
ostom."
Supper for students at Harris
Hal at 6:00 P. M. Speaker,
The Rev. Simpson Auhyah-
kaosa Brigham. "An Indian
Story."

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FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH

ANN ARBOR
BIBLE CHAIR

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New Hats

Huron, Below State

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10:30-Morning Worship.
12:00-Sunday School.
Guild Class at Guild House.

FIR

ST METHODIST GHUI
Cor. S. State and F. Washington Sts.
REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, D.D., Pastor
MISS ELLEN W. 100RE, Student Director

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"UPPER ROOM"
BIBLE CLASSES
LANE HALL

We are Siiowing NE W HA TS
for immediate wear, in satin and
taflta 's. Vlacks and colors

5:30-B. Y.
House.
5:45-Guild
Church.

P. U. at Guild
Social Hour at
4

6:00-Guild Devot
ing. Topic: "DoS
mas ShoppingI
Nicholson, leader.

ional Meet-
Your Christ-
Early.' Earl

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10:30 A. M.-Morning Worship. Pastor's Subject: "THE IMAGIN-
ATION AND RELIGION."
12:00 Noon-Student Bible Classes in Auditorium% of Lane Hall.
6:00 P. M.-Social Half-Hour for the Young People.
6:30 P. M.-"MY FRIEND BILL," Subject for Wesleyn Guild De-
votional Meeting. Leader: Mr. Andrew Miller.
7:30 P. M.-PRESIDENT JOHN W. LAIRD, of Albion College, Speak-
er, Wesleyan Guild Lecture. Subject:""THE MARKS
OF THE REAL MAN."
Special Musc for the Day: "Prayer" (Wolf-Ferrari), Miss Struble
and Mr. Brooks; "Benedictus" (Gounod), the Chorus; "Before the
Heavens were spread abroad" (Parker); the Chorus; "People
Victorious" (Parker), Miss Howe; "The Alpine Maid's Sunday"
(Ole Bull), Miss Struble and Mr. Brooks; "0 Trinity of Blessed
Light" (West), the Chorus; "Hear My Cry" (Milligan), Mr.
Dewey.

7:00-All join in University
Service at Hill Auditorium.

See
tin

"Upper Room" Bulle-
and Printed Schedule.

Sunday Class for Men from
9:30 to 10:15
CHURCH OF CHRISTI

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ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
HURON AND DIVISION

South University Ave.

Dana Richardson

115 E. Liberty St.

(MO. SYNOD) '
Cor. Third and West Huron Sts.
C. A. BRAUER, Pastor
9:30 A. M.-Public worship
(German)
10:30 A. M. - Bible School.
11:30 A. M. - Public worship.

COMMUNION SERVICE
Prof. W. D. Henderson's Class for Students in
"JESUS IN MODERN LIFE"

MORNING WORSHIP
at 10:30

Morning Subject: "Does the
World Need Saving?"
Bible School at Nine-Thirty.
Christian Endeavor at Six-Thir-
ty.
Student Classes at Noon. H. C
Coffman, Teacher of Men's
Class.
Mrs. F. P. Arthur, Teacher for
the University Girls' Class.

12:00

CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. ADVER
LOST1
LOST-In M. C. Station Saturday eve-w
ning, a black pin seal hand bag, reg-
istration cards within. Reward.
Grace E. Jefferson. University Hos-
pital, 7 S. 0. 74-2
LOST-Glass case containing glasses
and fountain pen between S. Wing
and N. S. Building. Please call Miss
Krom, 1657-W. 73-3
MISCELLANEOUS
REWARD-For return of black smooth
cow-hide traveling bag. No ques-
tions asked. Chas. L. Madden, 901
E. Washington. 2129-W. 72-4
LOCKSMITH-All kinds of door and
trunk keys. Phone 2498. Dell keel-,
er. . 71-6.

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YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETY

I F THIS
COLUMN
CLOSES
TI SING AT 3 P. M.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Dress suit in good con-
dition. Average size. Phone 2981-M.
73-2
FOI SALE - C Melody Conn Saxo-
pIione. Silver finish and in fine con-
dition. 224 S. Thayer St. 1612-R.
71-21
FOR RENT
FOR RENT - Two warm, pleasant
rooms. Could be used single or
double. 429 S. Division St. 72-3
WANTED

Sermon:
to the

"Bible Leading Nations
Savior."

Social Half-Hour at 6:00 Prdgram at 6:3Q
Helene Sooy, '23, leads.
Topic:-"Judging Unkindly."

Gilbert Bishop, Organist
F. P. ARTHUR, Pastor

WELCOME

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ZION LUTHERAN
CHURCN
Fifth Ave. and Washington St.
E. C. STELIIHORN,
Pastor
An After Christmas Reflection.
"The Word was God. * * * And
the Word was made flesh, and
dwelt among us, (and we be-
held his glory, the glory as of
the only begotten of the Father,)
full of grace and truth." St.
John.
9:00 A. M.-Bible study hour.
10:30 A. M. - "The Christ As-
suming His Office."
5:30 P. M.-Student Forum in
Luther Chapel.
7:30 P. M. - "Weather-Signs
and Other Signs."
All services in English.

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.

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TRINITY LUTHERAN
CHURCN
Fifth Ave. and William St.
Rev. L. F. Gunderman, Pastor

II Morning worship at 10:30. The subject is "DANIEL IN BABYLON."
This service closes the ministry of Dr. J. B. Silcox in this church.

The class for University students which is conducted by Mr. George
A. Kuyper will not meet today on account of the absence of Mr.
Kuyper from the 'city. The first discussion of the year will be
held on next Sunday morning at 12:00 o'clock.
University students are invited to meet at the University Hospital
at 3:00 o'cock for the regular monthly sing.
The Congregational Students Association meeting wil be held at 6:15.
Short talks will be given by members of the cabinet on the plans
for the year.

10:30 A. M.-Morning Worship.
7:30 P. M.-Evening Service.
A cordial welcome is extended
to all.

WANTED TO BUY-Trumpet or
net, preferably C. Will take B
Phone Standish, 120.

cor-
flat.
72-3

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