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meet. Each fraternity will be com-
II Intramur Ims pened to announce its intentions in
this respect, regarding whether they
SP[[BAI.I ~ ContnuedfromPageSix)roll for the one meet or for both
(Continued from Page Seven) (Cnti urt 1ro Phgi Sima Dl them before they will be allow-
)all. When two men are after the ball'1h upon the alleys at the Union. En-
und a tie results with both having Chs.Psi;Oe a ct .,Phatries can be made at the Intramural
vs. Chi Psi; court 3, Acacia vs. Alpha vtie now either by er-
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Ph:yslcal Education Students and Athletie Coaches:
There will be a meeting of all men students taking courses in P1hy
cal Education and School Health and of the Athletic Coaches at 7 o'clo
Wednesday evening, Jan. 4, at the Michigan Union.
FIELDING H4. YOST,
Director of Athletics.
thrown up into the air between the Phi. vs. Delta Sigma Phi; at 6:30
p l a y e r s a s i n b a s k e t b a l l , b u t t h e m e n P h i vk : D lt a , S i g m a P h i ;E s t 6 .
ar lined up facing their opponents clock: court 1, Sigma Phi Epsilon vs.
arelind u fain thir ppoent !Phi Sigma Kappa; court 2, :Alpha Chi
sonae appeaayn celphoni.
sonal appearance or telephoning.
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The English Department will meet at the Union for luncheon on Thurs-
day, Jan. 4, at 12:10 o'clock. W. R. HUMPHREYS.
University Club entertainment Thursday night, Jan. 4, at 8 p. m
HENRY F. ADAMS, Secretary.
"Much Ado About Nothing" Rehearsals:
For today (Thursday, Jan. 4):
From 3 to 4 o'clock, Act I, scene 1, Act II, scene 3, and Act II, scene 2.
From 4 to 6 o'clock, Act III, scenes 3 and 5, Act IV, scene 2, and Act
V, scene 1.
From 7 to 8 p. m., Act I, scene z, Act II, scene 1, and Act V, scene 4.
I D. T. HOLLISTER.
R. 0. T. C. Band:
Attendance of every member is urgently reqiuested this week, Thurs-
day, 7:15 p. m., at Newberry Hail.
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goal with the ball between their left bv.SgaDlaKpa;cut3
feet. The whislte is blown and each Phi Beta Pi vs. Alpha Sigma Phi;
has a chance to gain possession of the
ball by kicking it to a teammate. at 7 o'clock, court 1, Phi Epsilon Pi vs.
S rthee Deciding Factor iPhi Kappa Psi; court 2, Kappa Beta
Strategy is the deciding factor in Psi vs. Beta Phi Delta; court 3, Kap-
most sports and in spe dball it is p" Nu vs. Tucker House; court 4, The-
the same way. The most outstanding ta Xi vs. Trigon; at 9:30 o'clock:
part of the strategy employed by the court 1, Sigma Delta Pi vs. Beta Theta
winning teams of this fall's leagues Pi; court 2, Phi Kappa Sigma vs.
was the overhead game. Speedball is Sigma Chi; court 3, Sigma Phi vs.
moving in the direction of more speed Hermitage; court 4, Lambda Chi Al-
and science and this fact stood out in pha vs. Delta Sigma Pi; at 10 o'clock:
he development of the overhead pass- court 1, Alpha Tau Omega vs. Peers;
ng. In connection with this develop- court 2, Kappa Sigma vs. Chi Psi;
nient Johann Rorich, Varsity tennis court 3, Phi Mu Alpha vs. Alpha Chi
captain and an outsitanding soccer Sigma; court 4, Nu Sigma Nu vs.
ulayer at his home in South Africa, Delta Tau Upsilon.
says, "I like speedball because it is The following teams will play Tues-
fast and snappy. All of the players day. Jan. 9, at 6 o'clock: court 1, Del-
are indeed 'speeding' the ball, either ta Chi vs. Theta Chi; court 2, Phi Del-
by aerial passes or dribbling in real jt Kappa vs. Phi Peta Delta; court
soccer fashion." 13, Sigma Nu vs. Delta Alpha Epsilon;
The article in The American Bay, court 4, Phi Upsilon vs. Phi Chi at
introducing this game to thousands of 6:30 c'clock: court 1, Phi Gamma Del-
boys all over the country, and a re- ta vs. Pi Kappa Alpha; court 2, Ta.
guest to print the rules by the Amer- Epsilon Pi vs. Phi Delta Theta; court
ican Education Review, a magazine 3, Cygnus vs. Alpha Rho Chi; court 4,
which reaches physical directors the Delta Tau Delta vs. Alpha Sigma; at
country over, certainly should be the 7 o'clock: court 1, Phi Delta Epsilon
means of giving speedball a good try- vs. Theta Delta Chi; court 2, Delta
out as a school sport. Kappa Epsilon vs. Zeta Beta Tau;
court 3, Delta Sigma Delta Uvs.Del
JAP BU GET HAS Theta Phi; court 4gDelta Upsilon vs.
ANTI-RED FUND Phi Rho Sigma; at 9:30 o'clock: courtj
-R1, Sigma Alpha Epsilon vs. Phi Deltak
Chi; court 2, senior lits vs. junior lits;
Tokio, Dec. 3.-In the budget for court 3, upper 'dents vs. laws; court
the next fiscal year there is a new 14, junior lits vs sopli engineers; at
item for the expenditures of 230,000 10 o'clock: court 1, homeops vs. phar-
yen for the purpose of preventing the mics ;court 2, soph lits vs. senior eng-
incursion of Bolshevism. With this ineers; court 3, graduates vs. upper"
end in view, three councillors will be architects; court 4, lower medics vs.
appointed in the police bureau and soph dents.
they will be stationed at the import- Owing to the limited number of
ant places in Korea and Manchuria to courts that can be employed at Water-
keep vigilance over the possible in- man gymnasium the two games that
cursion of Bolshevism. At the same follow were postponed from Tuesday
time, investigations-will be made into night until Wednesday. At 6 o'clock:
the methods of control over Bolshe- court 1, upper medies vs. lower archi-
vism as adapted in Germany, Austria tects, and court 2, fresh lits vs. fresh
and other countries for determining engineers.
steps to be taken in Japan.
All fraternities wishing to enter in
Overton, '22, Promoted the Western Conference bowling
G. P. Overton, '22, former night ed- tournament must signify their inten-
itor on The Daily, has accepted the tion by Wednesday,'Jan. 10. The
nositin of bureau manager for the scores of each fraternity for the three
United Press at Lansing. He has been games bowled in this tournament will
working with the United Press in the also be kept and will go in as the
East and at Chicago since early .last score for that fraternity in the qual-
fall. ifying round of the fraternity bowlingI
tournament. Teams may enter the
Huron Street Taxi 25c 445.-Adv. qualifying round of the coming fra-
ternity bowling touruanient without
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