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JI t;L 1II.Ml'.....N A I' 4LY

RIFLE CLUB HOLDSFISSUTSO
FiRST SOT SO
Practice Session Shows Men Getting
High Averages for Early Part
of Season
WOLVERINES COMPETE IN
CLASS "A" RACE THIS YEAR
Change in Rules Levels Teams to More
Equal Plane; Farmers Were
Champs Last Time
With two weeks more left before the
first match and with some of the men
shooting 96 out of a possible 100 from
the off-hand position,prospects for the
Rifle club this year look rather good..
Competition among the contestants
for berths on the team is growing very
keen and some sort of a trial match
will be necessary to decide who's who.
Captain Schoepfle expects to have
the men line up against each other
the latter part of next week, and a
tentative team will be chosen from
among those who turn in the best
scores.
Last year the rifle team won the
championship of class "B" and as a
result will automatically compete in
Class "A" this year. M. A. C. reg-
istered a large number of perfect
scores in this class last year and won
the championship very handily. The
W lverines have nothing to fear from
tli Farmers this year since the re-
cent change in the rules calling for 10
shots standing and 10 more from prone
places both teams on an equal basis.
Last year all 20 chances were from the
prone position. A recent report from
the National Rifle association's head-
quarters states that the size of the
bull's eye has been reduced.
Since the inauguration of the mem-
bership campaign a large number of
names have been added to the already
large list of members.
CORNELL TRYING TO START
INDOOR TENNIS TOURNAMENT
Ithaca, Jan. 13.- Negotiations are
under way for an intercollegiate in-
door tennis championship tournament
to be held during the Easter holidays.
Columbia, Princeton, Harvard, Yale,
Amherst, Fordham, Georgetown, Rut-
gers and Lehigh, have already prom-
ised to participate and the plans will
be brought to the attention of the In-
tercollegiate Lawn Tennis association.
A bit of a compliment to the folk at
home, were a giftie of somthing niftie
from the James Foster House of:Art. tf
Have you tried Sudgens Drug Co.
for Kodak Finishing? Leave your next
films there.

After Watching Eddie Carroll.
Sprint, We 're Glad He 's a Miler

Steve Farrell lined up the Michi-
gan track leader a yard from scratch,
with Obie O'Brien and Le Scofield
taking the handicap. The scenery and
setting were Waterman gym not long
ago.
As the trio got ready the crowd
began to gather at the west end of the
gym. By the time the boys were ready
to crouch for the start, Dr. May and
Manager Jack Sanders beside the ner-
vous Daily writer were eagerly wait-
ing for the spectacle.
"Sprint about 35 yards, boys," was
Steve's parting message to the ath-
letes, just before he applied the "on
your mark" formula.
As the coach dented a pair of boards
on the side wall of the gym, the three

were off. Before Eddie had gone ten
yards, Obie and Le were way off. As
the first mentioned neared the 20-yard
mark, the latter two were still grow-
ing smaller before a cloud of gym
dust. When the captain passed three
ten-yard distances Obie and Le, com-
ing back to the starting point, were
passing unheard remarks as to his
stride.
Eddie reached the end of the agreed
on course just as Steve was lining
up the two sprinters for a 50-yard run
together.
Steve made some apologies as to
Eddie's ability as a sprinter, by turn-
ing to Dr. May just after the sprinters
had started by remarking that "Eddie's
not so much on sprinting, but he can
run that fast all day."

class represented and urges them to'
elect their respesentatives as soon as
possible.
Arrangements have been completed
with the management of Weinberg's
coliseum for the use of their pond for
practice and regular games, and at the
coming meeting a definite schedule
will be completed.
DARTMOUTH WITHDRAWS FROM
NEW ENGLAND ASSOCIATION
Decide to Take Step at Mass Meeting
After Considering All
Conditions
Hanover, N. H., Jan. 13.-At a mass
meeting of the students in College hall
it was decided by the athletic council
that they with the sanction and con-
sent of the student body should resign
from the New England Intercollegiate
Athletic association.
This action has been taken by the
council only after long consideration
of the fact that Dartmouth has become
too strong for the best interests of the
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association. In as much as it has al-
ways been the athletic council's aim
to work to this end the members did
not hesitate to bring this matter be-
fore their students as is provided for
by the constitution.
Prof. C. E. Bolser, president of the
council, addressing the students, told
them of the decision of the council and
explained to them that this stand was
taken only after a thorough considera-
tion of what it meant to Dartmouth as
well as what it toathetassociation.
Get our Fraternity house store price
list. The Delta. wed-eod
The French Players are coming
Tuesday. Sarah Caswell Angell Hall.
Allmendinger Music Shop is the
place to.get your musical merchandise.
122 E. Liberty St. 12
Buy Fraternity house store supplies
at the Delta. wed-eod
The Michigan Daily for service.

r

Hear the

11C SIMMONS CLIMBING
AFTER SIX -FOOT MARK
PROSPECTS FOR PAIR OF STRONG
JUMPERS GOOD; HAIGH IS
OTHER HIGH BET
Vic Simmons is getting in shape for
some strenuous jumping early this
season.
Thetall, slim boy from the wilds of
Indiana last year negotiated six feet
in the gym just before spring vaca-
tion. Very good mark, indeed.
Vic got out Friday and after locat-
ing the jumping accessories busied
himself. During the course of the aft-
ernoon, the junior hoisted himself over
the cross bar when at five feet 111-2
inches.
Vic was out again yesterday, and
exhibited such good form, along with
Haigh, last year's best bet among the
freshmen, that prospects for a capable
bunch of jumpers on the Varsity look
very good. Both were taking things
easy, although each easily cleared five
feet seven inches.
Daily Corrects Error as to Time
' The Daily wishes to correct an er-
ror in yesterday's issue in announc-
ing the time of Dr. George A. May's
special gym class. The class will
meet at 4 o'clock on Wednesdays and
at 11 o'clock on Saturdays in his
office in Waterman gymnasium for a
short lecture, going from there to the
gym floor for class work.
Yale Battery to Get Credit for Work
New Haven, Conn., Jan. 13.-Mem-
bers of the Yale battery corps are to
be given credit by the war department
for work in the reserve officers' course.
College credit will also be awarded by
the university faculty.

HOCKEY MANGERS TO
HOLD SECOND MEETING
CLASS REPRESENTATIVES FAIL TO
REPORT AT INITIAL GATHER-
ING YESTERDAY
There will be another meeting of
interclass hockey managers Monday
afternoon at 5 oclock in the athletic
association's offices. The authorities
are anxious to start the season while
the weather is ideal, but are handi-
capped by the failure of classes to elect
managers and the non-appearance of
those who were elected at yesterday's
meeting. At this meeting of the man-
agers nothing definite was decided
upon since there were not enough men
present.
Last year brought some good results
from the classes and as many as eight
teams contested for all-campus honors.
Mr. Rand, who is in charge of this
year's contest, is anxious to have every

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ALL KINDS AND VARIETIES
CANNED GOODS, ALL KINDS
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GARTRICKDOIT

Week Jan. 1s
Nights 25c to
$2.00. Sat. Mat.
25c to $1.5o

In advancing the date of this famous mid-Winter Event from February to
January we were influenced by a number of important considerations. Chief
among them was our desire to offer unusual inducements to fraternities and
clubs who regularly contribute a large share of our furniture business during
these weeks preceding the Junior Hop season.
So instead of quoting discounts at a time when there is comparatively little
interest in things of the sort, we have unexpectedly announced sweeping re-
ductions on everything in the magnificent furniture collection, besides consider-
able portions of the rug and drapery stocks.
Here you will find large representative assortments of Karpen overstuffed
chairs, rockers and davenports; art craft pieces from Stickley Brothers,, reed
and fibre chairs for sun porches and smoking rooms, handsome library tables
of oak or mahogany, and all the exquisite pieces needed for reception rooms
and parlors.
All these and thousands more you will find here in greatest varieties. The
woods are true, the designs correct and the qualities dependably high.
Fraternities, house clubs and private home owners are invited to inspect

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OTTO HAUERBACW'S Surprisingly Clever Story
RUDOLF FRIML'S Beauteous Music, Insiduous Melodies
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T. ROY BARNES
Detroit's Own Home Town Boy as the Dashing American, and Ada
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Staged upon usual scag of HAMMERSTEINIAN MAGNIFICENCE
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The Discounts Average
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