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NEBRSKACONTEST
STILL UNCERJAIN
Athletic Association States That No
Two-Year Contract Will
Be Signed
GAME WILL BE PLAYED HERE
IF CONTEST IS ARRANGED
Westerners Should Furnish Strong
Competition for Late Oc-
tober Clash
If Michigan plays Nebraska at all it
will be only through a one year con-
tract and the contest will be held in
Ann Arbor.
This was made public by athletic as-
sociation authorities yesterday in con-
nection with a dispatch published un-
der a Lincoln date line in one of the
Chicago dailies. The dispatch is to
the effect that the Nebraska athletic
authorities have rejected the Michigan
offer of a football game, insisting that
there be a home and home agreement
for alternate years. The article reads
as follows:
"Terms proposed by Michigan for a
football game with Nebraska at Ann
Arbor, Oct. 27, were discussed at a
special meeting of the university ath-
letic board, but the contract was not
approved. Negotiations will be con-
tinued. Nebraska insists there be a
home and home agreement for alter-
nate years. Michigan has indicated
unwillingness to enter into such a con-
tract, but there has been no absolute
refusal."
According to Michigan authorities
the insistance on the part of Nebraska
upon a two-year contract calling for
alternating dates cannot be conceded.
Only a one-year agreement stipulating
the game to be held in Ann Arbor is
offered. Whether Nebraska will con-
sent to such. an arranement is prob-
lematical.
The proposed date as stated by the
Lincoln wire, Oct. 27, corresponds very
nearly to the date of the M. A. C. game
last season, which came on Oct. 21.
This date on the 1917 schedule might
mean the first of Michigan's big games.
Nebraska generally puts out a fairly
strong team ana such a contest, if ar-
ranged, would be a good start toward
the large end of the season and also a
good drawing card in itself as an in-
itial battle with the big opponents.
HOCKEY, SEASON OPENS
WITH PRACTICE GAME
REGULAR SCHEDULE NOT TO
START TILL AFTER EXAMIN-
ATIONS ARE OVER
Although the opening of the hockey
season is booked for tonight the regu-
lar interclass games will not start
until after the examination period.
The game between the junior engin-
eers and the dentists which will be
part of the carnival of the athletic de-
partment of the Women's league at
Weinberg's coliseum is only a practice
game. Mr. Rand of the intramural de-
partment of the Athletic association
made a statement to the effect that
there will be several other such ex-
hibitions before the regular tourna-
ment starts.
At the meeting of hockey managers
held in the Athletic association of-
fices yesterday afternoon there was
some discussion as to whether a man-

ager should be permitted to choose a
team from more than one class in his
department. This has been the prac-
tice in the past and in several cases
teams have been made up of men from
all four classes in a department. The
smaller colleges suffered through
this proceeding since they had a

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are curve cut to ft dwshAlders
ye~fctly. 15cis cac/i 6J rq,
CLUETT. PEABODY &COINC.'akers
3:30 o'clock. An effort will be made
to have some one present who can give
the new men instruction in the game.
Minnesota Girls in Hockey Tourney
Minneapolis, Jan. 15.-Co-eds of the
University of Minnesota will partici-
pate in a hockey tournament at the
end of the season, the first event of
thi's character in the history of the
university. Four teams of girl stu-
dents, one for each class, will be or-
ganized.

smaller group from which to choose
their men. The intramural director
has therefore ruled that only the fol-
lowing shall avail themselvxes o op-
portunity of drawing material for a
team from all four classes: laws.
dents, medics, and pharmies. Tih
other colleges will be permitted to
draw from two classes only.
All entries for the class tournament
will close at 5 o'clock on Jan. 19.
Where Are Those
?lissing Balls ?
Rowe States That ness fsBa l l
Appear at Once Teams -ulst
Buy Their Own
"Unless the fraternity and boardini
house basxetball teams want to bhy
their own basketballs, they've got to
stop appropriating those ori the athlet-
ic association and return such as are
missing now."
These were the words of Floyd
Rowe director of inramural activ ities,
and the emphatic maniner in which he
voiced his sentiments left no obt as
to his intentions.
Seven basketballs disappeared .last
night and whether they were taken
thoughtlessly or with malice afore-
thought is the question confrontun
Mr. Rowe at the present instance. The
dlepartment of intramural activities
provided eleven balls for the *use of
the league at the beginning of tin
season and after last night's ga s
there were just four on hand. Rosey
Rowe stated yesterday that unless the
balls appeared at once, the teams
would be left to provide their own
and as these very valuable little ar-
ticles bring $7.50 each by the lime
some 60 odd teams have completed
their purchases the athletic stores in
Ann Arbor will be ready to decare
another dividend and dabble in Gen-
eral Motors.
Rowe said that he hoped the balls
were merely taken through careless-
ness, in which case the sooner thca
are returned the better it will be for
all concerned. Certainly the league
authorities have done more than their
share in playing square with the teams
since they are not called upon to pro-
vide balls and caring for them is an
added bothr.
Last night there were four bals
available and as a result 50 men were
unable to get the required practiei,
passing before their games began.
This is a distinct handicap and on
that is entirely unnecessary.
"I hope I hear from all seven balls
by tonight," said Rowe, "and I hope
the boys have merely put them nz
their lockers waiting for the next
game, for we'd dislike to mae all
of the teams buy their own."
SENIOR LITS TO COlMMIENCE
HOCKEY PRACTICE THURSDAY
The first hockey practice of the sen-
ior lits has been scheduled for tomor-
row at 4 o'clock at Weinberg's coli-
seum, and will be continued until the
beginning of the regular interclass
tournament. All members of this class
who have ever played hockey or who
are interested in the ice sport should
call E. J. Opal any evening.
Caner Resigns Tennis Captaincy
Cambridge, Mass., Jan. 15.-George
C. Caner of Philadelphia, intercol-
legiate tennis champion, has resigned
as captain of the Harvard tennis team
and announced that he would leave the
university after the mid-year exam-
inations and enter the American am-
bulance field service in France. He

played left tackle on the football team
last year. John S. Pfaffman of Quincy
was elected captain of the tennis team
in place of Caner.
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Nearly four hundred pieces to choose
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Extends the greetings of the new
year to
MEN OF MICHIGAN
for a happy and successful year.

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JUNIOR LIIS ALPPOD T CLASS
i OC EY )ANAGEI FOR SE ASON'
Norman T. Bolles has been appoint-
ed hockey manager of the junior lit-
erary class and will start at once to
round a team into shape for the com-
ing interclass tournament. All 1918
lits who have any experience in the
ice sport or any wishing to try out for
the team should report at Weinberg's
skating rink for the initial practice
which will be held this afternoon at

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FOR SALE-Set of Harvard Classics
-Dr. Elliott's Five Foot Shelf. Call
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FOR SALE-Coasting bobs, seating
ten people. Phone 1398-M, or call.
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FOR RENT
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New York, Jan. 1..-Ninety per cent
of the gasoline used in the modern
gasoline engine of the present day aa-
tomobile oes to waste, Prof. W. T.
Fishleigh of the University of Michi-
gan, told the Society of Automobile
Engineers, i annual session here, in
a pap1er based upon tests he con-
ducted.
Out of every dollar's worth of gas-
cline purchased, only 10 cents' worth
of power is developed at the fly wheel
and delivered to the transmission box,
h, declared, the balance being diss:-
pated in the form of heat losse to
the exhaust, cooling water, cooling air,
ada rtchanges must be made in
the present design of gasoline engines,
or it mast be discontinued in favor of,
a more efficient system of internal
iistion en e Professor Fish-
leigh asserted.

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The functions of military airplaines
were outlined in a paper prepared
jointly by Capt. V. E. Clark, chief
aeronautic engineer of the United
States army; Capt. T. F. Todd of the
rnited States army signal corps, and
0. E. Strahlnann, a war department
engineer..
Girls attention! For rainwater
shampoos and scalp treatment for
falling hair go to Mrs. J. R. Trojanow-
ski, 1110 S. University, side entrance.
Phone 696-W. 5".two wks

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