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Minneapolis, Mirm, 14.- th
the football season ox , l:er st n
athletics at the Uni si; f cn -
COME sota centers in basketbn. S v
members of the Gopher eevci are
Lon candidates for the teai and prosct<
for a winning combination now semr
Rondy Gillen, ele tv! e.pta t su
etball ceed Pudge Wymar, who is in miftary
a, the service, and Kingsl y, a 4kK bail sta
eland, arc sre of positions at forwad and I
trong center, respectively. arntion Lawler
etball Carroll, MeMillan, ad PIlato will
will, nght it out for the other forward l:ce
Coach Al Schroeder, C.ra lun auc
Mentor George Hauser, all ootbai nentearal
terial. trying for guards.
ed by Practice sessions are b ig ie d da
t trip ly and Gopher coaches are confident
best that the quintet will be s strong con-
far: tender for the "Big T lite. After
r, for. a number of preflmiar3 practice
Aters; games with state colieg a t e Goph rs
rds, will open their conerenC'e eason
night with Northwestern aFt Eanton Ja.
long 12. Following Is the iiedul.:
e cen- January 12-M nnes' v_:. North-
mnas- western at Evan.ton.
e will January 14-Minr ota I Jin.,s:
coach at Urbana.
as to January 19-Minnusota vs. Iowa at
their January 24-Minnesota vs. Mich;the gii i
I wn gn a An Aror.To break off football re tions with
wn antnnrr-jJanuary25- Innso aCica Pennsylvana is the last thing the
J at Chicago. Mfh ampus would desire. In
iation Februray 2-Minnesota vs. Wisconsin e y tm
nquet at Madison. ot, bcre have alway: beeir the best
01'tcevn4 and b_ ;Agrsglade o
e the February 4-MInnesota vs. Kowa at Fs
ifr:orn mollPn.go City
wsa ,eld nigh, and the ground
' < oreced with snow. Two maidens
Mlichigan were completing their
' >orate toilette fPr the evening;
ti ere not a dance at Barbour gym,
did It not behoove them, as true
ter « i Terpsichore, to be pres-
flit the ir was cold, and the ground
A The gowns were rather-ah-
v; to wal the distance was not
e thought of. No, indeed. There
only one thing to do-they mustl
:a taxi. And the taxi corpora-
was called up,
taxi? Yes ma'am, 25 cents a
ol. To the party at the gym?
' That wil cost 50 cents a per-
Fiw tter ws indignantly re-
in truedMchigan spirit. But
kthe ingeniousness of the daugh-
of Eve Were they disheartened?
dly. The other damsel took the
hone. "Is this the taxicab cor-
tion? WI you send a cab to
two ladies to the nurses' home?
due tine the taxi arrived. And
.rwtime the maidens disembarked
ore the nurses' home. Sweetly
y paid the driver-each gave her
rter. And Just as sweetly they
Ikd across the street to the hall
D.E R AEL'TBALL CAPTAIN
FNLISTS IN NAVAL SERVICE
Great Lakes, Ill., Dec. 14.-The Uni-
;ersity of Wisconsin championship
hasketd v has lost Bill Chandler, its
;tar center, but the Jackies' quintet
hne w lbe the gainer, as the Badger
Aizard enlisted as a hospital appren-
tice today. He plans to return to Mad-
ison for a few days, and will begin his
detention camp period here after the
Chandler has been rated by -critics
as one of the game's best tossers. He
captained Wisconsin last season and
was elected to the same honor this
scampaign. Chandler prepped at North
Division High school of Chicago, and
dives on the north side.
Benny Johnson, guard on the Lane
Tech., Cook county champs, of 1912
and 1913, joined the basket, squad to-
MISSOURI COACH MUST BUILD
TRACK TEAM AROUND TWO VETS
Columbia, Mo., Dec. 14.-Coach Hen-
ry F. Schulte of the University of Mis-
souri must develop next spring's
track team almost entirely from raw
material. Rider, track captain and
middle distance man, and Shultz,
sprinter, are the only regulars in a
squad of about twenty men. The loss
of famous Bob Simpson, hurdler, will
be keenly felt next spring, as Renick,
himself a star hurdler, also has gone
to war. Edwards, a fast little half-
back of the football squad, may de-
velop into a point getter, however.
INDIANA VARSITY ELEVEN
GIVES 8 MEN TO SERVICE
trian enemy alien of congquence to rsfuse thire ubjJ
be arrested in New York was taken tries.
,into custody by agents of the depart-
ment of justice yesterday. He is Roy W. Johnson, '1
Czeskaw Lukaszkiewiecz, a writer for . Roy \W. Johnsor
foreign language newspapers. He has Ann Arbor for an
been publishing a monthly paper in Fort Sheridan, whe
Ba~ltimore. commission of s
The writer was arrested on tele- rector of the bayou
graphic instructions from the depart- officers' training
ment of justice at Baltimore. He is While on the camp;
held on Ellis island, pending further the intercollegiate
,instructions from Washington or Bal- ord of the world, u
timore. There are also 31 men on the of Dr. George A. M
island, arrested in a raid last night.
They have not yet been interned, and Patronise Our Ad
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February 16-Minnesota vs. Michi-
gan at Minneapolis.
February 22-Minnesota vs. Chicago
onsid- at Minneapolis.
t wKl: February 25-Minnesota'
basis at Minneapolis.
:f the March 2-Minnesota vs.
n. at Minneapolis.
lidays March 9-Minnesota vs.
ns re- tern at Minneapolis.
always attracted a large crowd to Fer-
ry field, while thousands have packed
Franklin field at Philadelphia to
watch the Wolverines perform there.
The Penn alumni and the Michigan
graduates have been in favor of the
When Michigan's return to the Con-
ference was being advocated, it was
declared that the annual game with
Penn could still be played, and the
fact that relations with the eastern
school would not have to be broken
off was one of the things which made
students from that section of the
country favor a re-entry into the
GEO. J. MOE
711 N. UNIV
Next to Arcade Theatre
it the C
ay, Coach JOHN D. SPENDS $70,000,000 IN
squad of TEN MONTHS TO HELP WAR
yers will Tarrytown, N. Y., Dec. 14.-A state-
ing these ment made today says that during the
tch shape last 10 months John D. Rockefeller
ch begins has personally expended $70,000,000
in aid of the war. ibis money has
ich will gone to the Belgian relief, the Liberty
rse quin- Loan, the Red Cross, the Y. M. C. A.
left for- and other war funds.
d; Later, This huge sum has no connection
and Boyd, with the money spent by the Rocke-
feller foundation. A. friend said that
y send in Mr. Rockefeller was keenly interested
the Var- in the war, was intensely patriotic,
rd; Ger- and was ready to stand behind his
son, cen- country to the limit of his resources.
nd Whit- - ---
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re Making a Specialty of
U. S. Regulation
MADE TO MEASURE
e you our figures on your Uniform and Overcoat
from a letter received from Lt. R. R. Loveland,
r, regarding his Urniform made by us.
310 Eng., Camp Custer,
Dec. 2nd, 1917.
)mpany, Ann Arbor, Mich.
m arrived yesterday and certainly Kahn Tailor-
themselves proud on the order, for I am very much
it. Very truly yours,
RUFUS R. LOVELAND.
Michigan Wants Conference Tilts
At the same time Michigan returned
to the Big Ten primarily to play Min-
nesota and Chicago. It would be de-
feating the purposes of those who se-
cured the return to overlook these
teams in the arrangement of a sched-
ule in case they could possibly be
played..' And Bartelme will today
doubtless do all in his power to ar-
range a Minnesota or Chicago game
? for Ferry field next fall.
Since Penn has defeated Michigan
the last three times the teams have
met, it would not give quite the pro--
per impression to the Philadelphians
nor to sport enthuslats throughout
the country to call off the annual
game between the two elevens now.
Michigan is due to play Folwell's ma-
chine on Ferry field next fall and it
has been hoped all along that the
game would be staged.
Actual necessity may force the
abandoning of the game, but it is to
be hoped that some sort of arrange-
pent can be made whereby the con-
test can be held as usual. The Michi-
gan student body desires such a game
and would be disappointed in case a
football season were gone through
without a tilt with the eleven from
the Sleepy City..
But Michigan is limited by Confer-
ence rule to seven games, and since
two Conference teams, M. A. C. and
Cornell, are practically assured of
places, it hardly seems likely that
Penn will be played.. Every effort is
being made to arrange the game and
the expected may not happen despite
COLLEGfIANS ON "ALL-SELECT"
QUINTET AT CAMP CUSTER
Battle Creek, Mich., Dec. 14.-The
makeup of the all-select Camp Cus-
ter basketball team, which soon will
play the University of Chicago team,
was announced today. Forwards will
be chosen from Jack Melanppy, Chi-
cago, and Armstrong and Ballagh,. Un-
iversity of Michigan and the guards
from Whitmarsh, Syracuse, Prim,
Hope college, and Martin, Detroit un-
iversity. Miebeyer, Michigan, will be
Engineering Society to Hold 1)anee
Engineering society will hold a
dance at the Union Friday night, Jan.
11, 1918. The committee consists of
D. M. Springer, '19E, chairman; and
T. R. Jeffs, '19E; H. J. Mack, '19E;-
L. J. Schindler. '20E.
confidence from Michigan's
We accept them as cash in
payment for merchandise.
Bloomington, Ind., Dec. 14.-If there
is a football team at Indiana next sea-
son it will have to be built of mater-
ial from this year's freshman squad,
as eight members of the varsity quit
school this week to enter service.
rhose who left today were: Cravens
and Minton, who will enter the avia-
tion department. Those who had pre-
viously left were Captain Hathaway,
Ewert, Risley, Howard, Bowser, and
Club Decides to Study Dante's Works
At a meeting last night under tho
direction of Prof. W. A. McLauglin in
room 103, University hall, the Dante
club decided to study Dante's works
and interesting phases of modern Ital-
ian literature during the coming year.
The study is in accord with the pol-.
icy of many similar clubs formed in
other colleges. Margaret Klein, '18,
Stephen Scatori, '18, Gard Thomas,
'18, and Lewis Waldo, '18, comprise
the committee in charge of the meet--
ings for next year.
Six Students Confined in Hospital
Six students of the University will
be forced to spend their Christmas va-
cation in the University hospitals.
Two of this number are confined with
mumps, Dwight L. Feek, '19P, .and
Earl F. Gasar, '18. Gordon McKensie,
'20E, has recently been operated on
for appendicitis, and Carl E. Roser,
'19M, is being treated for diptheria.
Marion Hayes, '19, is also receiving
treatment in the hospital.
R. 0. T. C. Hold First Cavalry Ride
A number of the R. 0. T. C. men
will leave at 1:30 o'clock this after-
nnon on horseback. This is the first
riding of the year by the cadets.
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Among the many boots shown in onu
=larly to young men is the model illi
lar lToko brown or tan c.lf, and for
ri men's store that al
ustrated. coming in
those of more cone
we have the same model in black calf at the samie rice.
calf at $9.00.
Men who discriminate in their footwear Durchases and
very newest thing as soon as created turn to this store
ment of their requirements. q
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letters as this and others if our
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