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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ITY TRACK SQUAD FINISHEIS
SEMESTER' WNITH MEET SATURDAY

UNL~ING ANC O PO UL R Ch MP Is title but wherever he goes he will smnocks a man down he immediately
PUN C IN G 'A C PO ULA CHA ]carry with him all the respect and ad- Iturns his hack; and walks toward his,
W ITH P U , miration that the boxing fraternityE corpez.
MIXESQj .[ FGH IN G , W11JTa.l1 TLIS has for a genuine sportsman. His His right name is Francisco Ting_-
______work in the ring hs been of the clean- son. He knocked out an Australian
43 . est variety, He displays the utmost ;champion who stopped off in the Phil-
0 _ fU CN a~c-AGs NfVVILLZop rconcern overNhis victi the moment! ippines en route to America and then.
HU ,N AA fV1Ltheightis fnse n when he'started for Buff and the U. S. A.

!S to Be Pittedi Against
er in ]'orznIl Conte1 st
For First Tie

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LVH FARUE~L l WILL NOT
W O K T A U YGrack candidates w ill end serious
"k for the semester Saturday with}
inter-squad track meet which will
^t at 2:304o'clock",. and last until
'le first' event that will take place
be the shot put.' an Orden,
des, Hunter, Price, and Soderman
lcompete ini this event. Van {rs
and Hindes look the best in this
it as thae former is- dong, around{
eef :and HIndes is doing between
nd° 41- feet.
sprint at =2 :5
50" yard handicap race will 'take
ze at 2:45 after .the shot put inl
ch the following me will 'CO-
a'Captain Burke, Wittman, Sa'-
,Goldwater, Knox, Aldric, and
y. As this wil be a handicap
It "it will no doubt prove to be)k
CEllveia, Smith, Nufer, Nesh,
tier,.Gunnr, Valentine, andAnder-
will compete for honors in the
S'ump ;at 2:r0 o'lock. In this
it McPAlven and l~ilthlook the
at tis time aAth of thea have
red: 6i feet within the last fewI
. This is an unusually good mark#
this, time of the year and shows
these,,mren are of excelent cl-
t3:00 oclock the final of the 60
1dash will be~run off. The trials
this evert will e run off as stated
45.
Xller, Close
t t;4 a mile, race will be run off.
first team will be composed of
fll owing men : Bowen, Cochran,
riefeld," and Krzymlnski, while the
mid ,team will have Arndt; hear-
- Grffi, and Nicholson. In this
t'however, the Indvidual " times
be kept and the winners posted.
t3;15 'a high hurdle race will b
off by Hubbard, Higgins' Simp-
Aubrey, and Barth. ° This raco
I~e over a distance of 65 yards and'
hurdles will be used. It ook
V Hubbard will win this event al-
Lgh Higgins is looking better with f
ztic.
avi and Isbell will run a two m'le
for honors at 3:20 o'clock. This
xwll be well worth .seeing as these
ate evenly matched with the odds
;te in; Isbell's favor.
May T!ry for Record
ookerProsser, Kelly and Daley
follow the "t wo mle "event in' a
{vaulting match. The first two
are ging at their bet now and
r performance will be well worth]
ig. It is possible that Prsser
try and break the Waterman gyno
umn iord at this tie.
t 3:35 O'clock two teams will eom-
{In the half mile event. Hatten-
C4$1lng, Poihamus, and Robert
jon wi compose the first team{
le rik, Marsh, Carson and Wil-
LGi bso n will make up the other.
ividual times will also be taken
;his event. Ilattendorf looks like
rman 'whio will take first honors a-
his performance in the relays last
rday.
te 65 yard low hurdles will follw'
evertC There will be three hiur-
{and "the same men will enter as
he highm hurdles.
440 Looks Good :
t4 o'clock a series of match races

will be run off over a course of 440
yards. Martin vs. Siemeons, Joyner vs. "
Hulse, Roesser vs. Loomis, and Pur-
dy vs. Thomas. These men are even-
ly paired and for this reason closoJ
races are expected.
!The last event of the afternoon will
j be a, on~eil~e relay race between the
l V~r tyreserves and an alI-fresh
'team. The Varsity team wil be chos-
en from the following men: Bargerj4
Denn ison, Kruger, Profet, Spedding
and Edwards. The trials for position:]
on this team will be held today. x
Ilntramuraf iters
The officials of the Intramnural <',-!
partment have arranged a clean-u=-j
schedule for the fraternity and class
basketball leagues. The following
teams8 will plhvytonight lat Watepl ran
gymnasium on this schedule: at 6 o -j
clock, court 1, I Beta P'i v3. iiP1si:
court 2,,v Tau Delta IPlui vs. PI Kappa
Psi; cgrt 3, Delta ThetaPhV0ys.Ph,' t
Rho Sigma; court 4, P1hi Delta Chii
vs. Delta Sigma Delta; at 6 :30 o'-1
clock, court 1, 'theta I vas. Kappral
Nu.
Any of the league teams that wive
not' played five games in this year'i
tournament -whedule get in touch With
the Intramural dlepartment this morn-j
ing in order that t ho gaines may, boe
scheduled for tonight and Ithe .differ. -
ent teams notified as to the arranger~-
ments.
Phi Gainma Delta wvent into the lead
f'or. honors in the "Western Confer-
enice Bowling 'Tournament yesterday
when they rolled a total score of:
2598. To dlate this 4s the highest score
that has been made among the fra-
ternities entered in the Conference
tournament from Minnesota, Illinois,
Ohio State and Michigan.
The resulting score was largely the
work of Johnson, Phi Gamma Dcltaw
who made a spectacular run of strikes
whi 1h totaled him 586 for the tfireel
games. This' score -also made John-
son the leader among the high scor-
ers at Michigan.
Other recent scores that lhave been
turned in are: Nu Sigma Nu, 2294;~
Kappa Nu, 1668.
The wiinners of last, night's hockey?
game between the soph engineers ands
fthe ,all-laws w11l play the fresh en-
gineers, at .: 30 ,o'clock, tonight. The
loser of the game' will meet the all-
mnedic team tonight at 10 o'clock. i
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TniI:flfirst game of ,the trip with Wis-
HO-CKEi T[ nv cVin~in last 1Friiday night. rThis en-,
j M couinter was no exception to the two
ft ~ I P it were played in the. two game. ser-
ies 'ith the Badgers ini Ann Airbor,
and after a futrion. statrt in the first
One Vici'ory, Thiree Defeats Record i goal inl the game and the goal that
I'ml"(C!I s Pla-Yed Witlh j won frML ia.The game Awith
i'2Vol ft'v I s.°4'Wicnsnon'Strdyafenonequally as hard fought but this time.'
M A {y F ', I N TD y~ the Badgers came across wvit ih th
IN VRMSITY A'TX(i'KwilDE ENSE only goa~l of the game, wiinnling by that.
one point and thereby taking the fir-st.
Mlichaiganz's VaLrsity htcrey team h- 'ockey gamne fromi Michiigan they'
rivecO in, Ann Arbor yesterday ,after ii1 h Payed for a eiod of two years.
WI * 2innesota proved a different aggro-
completing ;t-. first t it), gtwhichiel tante isoni
(11100ed two games each wvih Wztn" gto nieyta Wisconsin
sin nd innsot atMadsonandpuck chiaser s. Hockey is no new game
Diu nd Mnnesta a Madson nd at flho Gopher institution and the vet-
'Minneapolis espectivly. ;eiranz teams of Nolrtin>en won the fir>t
r, e tsucusf fthe trip couldon t be fall.game of that seisMonday night by
redsucessul romthestad- intofthe score of 2 to 0. Trhey had to work;
gamnes won anul lost, it was suceCssful for theirints howeve(r and the game
considering the condition ; under ; i msnark~iel by its sped and thrill,,
which the men wre lplayiiig. 1'0111 (Continuedi on Pag;e Seven)
games in five days, and hoc lkey gane",
specialiy, are 1,nou h Ito tax I liC en ____________________
d:urance of a trained athilete aind thle; VICTOR ALE31Y.N iZ1 ER
Wolverines, because of their restsricf -- IUN
ed practice, felt the strain of hr lvol 7s i' T JI~
'well as the strenuous games, Scho ~tO62 ITn
Win 1i4 Gme Oficee at ;Res., 418 X{. Division St.
SThe Maize and Filuen sext eti ~e played
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Wonder. if Pancho Villa will carry - -°-"
his flyweight title back to the Phil- next morning talking it over. Hlis jtie flyweighits are doing- a lot of hard
ippines and bask in the oriental adtor- head is quicker than the fist and flops work in the gymnasiumn with one eye
ation of old Manila? back' with so much speed that a vii- F cast longingly toward the royal crown.
This diminutive Filipino blew into lainous looking uppercut becomes no ' Fraiei Mason looms belligerently on
America a little over a year ago and more dangerous than i slap on tIke; the side lines (a little soft music, Pro-.
since that time has created -various wrist. ' fessor) andl claims that hie has neverI
sensations in ringland. H le knocked If Villa and champion Jimmy Wilde [been defeated at that weight and se
out Johnny Buff in Brooklyn and ex- of England 'connect, Pancho has aI it goes.
hibited a 'style of boxing that kept the sizeable chance of grabbing the world'sI Pancho Villa may return to the land
cash customers up until sunrise the title. Meantime, some of our bes;t lit- I of duck suits and palm trees minus3

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J~burchfeld Will be at Hotel A lenel
Wednesday, Thursday ,and ;Friday,
January 24th, 25th and 26th, representing
Showing a Complete Line
of College -Correct Formal Clothes
Burchfield will be of real assistance to you in choosing the proper thing for
Campus functions. He will display a complete line of Formal-Clothes and
an Advance Spring Showing of Suits, Topcoats and Furnishings for the Col-
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Place . Cards
Dance Prog rams
Tally Cards
Bridge Scores

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We have just received a new supply of Patent Leather

Dancing Oxfords.

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