THE MICHIGAN DAILN
THE MICHIGAN DAILX PAQR~
VARSITY TOSSERS ITANDE D* Eastern Basketball to Opeun Saturday
LIGHT I PRACTICE BY COACH The intercollegiate basketball sea-
nson will open next Saturday when
-Varsity basketball practice last! Pennsylvania meets Cornell in New
night consisted mostly of a limbering York. In addition to the regular
up or those players who' took p trt j scheduled gamnes Cornell will play
in the Indiana game. The coach, four extra contests with both Colum-
thought that the squad had earned a bia and Pennsylvania.
rest and put only those on the squad
who did not enter the battle the night Wrestling Team- Expected to Be Good
before into a scrimmage with the Iowa expects 'to have a strong mat
freshmen. saued thiis vear.Althrnoeh there' are
THREE TEAMS REMAIN
UNBEATEN IN BIG TEN
ILLINOIS PICKED BY MANY WRIT-
ERS FOR CONFERENCE
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly--All Shows Sunday
Shows at Shows at
TODAY -- TOMORROW
sToo Many Mllions'
The Daily at your door every inorn-
ing, $2.50 until June-Adv.
only two men with varsity experience
out, the new men are developing rap-
We hake a feltv of our very best trimmed hats left which we
lviii dispose of at a great sacrifice to make room for our
STEVENS & PERSHING, 618 Packard_
Team W L
Minnesota ...............2 0
Purdue .................1 1
Ohio State..............0 1
Wisconsin ...............0 2
With every Conference team
ITOMORROW and FRIDAY
lmo Lincoln and Enid Miarkey
The Romance of Tarzan
QThe concluding chapters of "Tarzan of the
Apes." From the book by Edgar
The Romance of primeval man and mnodern maid midst Jungle wilds and
You Will see Tarzan lured to the, apartments of a beautiful adventuress
both loves him and seeks his ruin.
You will see his raging fight for life with her accomplices.
You will see Tarzan's repudiation by his former 'angle companions when
he returns to his old haunts.
You will see the beautiful ending--which. is best of all.
ing played one or more of its league
games, the Big Ten 1919 season has
made its beginning. Chicago and Mi-
hesota are off to a flying start, each
with two victories and no defeats to
its credit. With last night's victory,
Michigan also takes her place with the
Illinois, everywhere picked for the
championship, evidently lost their
first game on overconfidence, Purdue
being the team to benefit. The Suck-
ers promptly came back Monday night
by winning over Ohio State, in the
initial game for the latter team.
Wisconsin, holders of last year's.
title, continued their downward jour-
ney, losing to Minnesota. After losing
Friday night to Chicago, Iowa slip-
ped a one point victory Saturday over
Northwestern at Evanston.
Michigan's paper for Michigan men.
Friday, Jan. 24
CHAS. FROHMAN Presents
In R. C. Carton's Delightful Comedy
Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8.30
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., 2316-M
Wed-22-Ma Allison in "The Test-
ing of MiVldred Vane," Current
Events, and Mutt and Jeff Cartoon,
Thu-Fri - 23-24 - Elmo Lincoln and
Enid Markey in "The Romance of
Tarzan," and Christie Comedy,
"Where's Your Husband?"
Sat-25---Gladys Leslie in "The Be-
loved Imposter," and Big-V Comedy,
"Bears and Bad Men."
= SILECT FEATURE PICTURES =
= 2:00, 3:30, 7:00,'8:30, 10:00
BOOKINGS FOR JANUARY
=Tues-Wed-21.22-Lucille Lee Stewart
= in "The Eleventh Commandment."
Six p~arts. Comedy. _
Thur-Fri-23-24-Florence Reed in
= "Struggle Everlasting." Six parts._
=Sat-25-Gaby Deslys in "Infatuation." _
= Also News and Comedy.
SSun-Mon-26-27-William Russell in
"H-obbs in a Hurry." Six parts.=
Weekly and Comedy.=
=Tues-Wed-Margarita Fisher in "fair
= Enough." Also Comedy.=
=Thur-Fri-3o-31-Bessie Barriscale in
"The White Lie." Also Comedy.
": 2:00, 3:30, 7:00., 8:30, 10:00
BOOKINGS FOR JANUARY
Wed-22-Wallace Reid in "The w
Thing We Love" Third Episode,=
William Duncan in "A Fight for I
-Thur-Fri-23-24-Roy Stewart in "The C
Silent Rider." Also 2-reel L-KoE
Sat-25--Priscilla Dean in "She Hired
a Husband." Also News and Corn-
edy. " =
Sun-26--Dorothy Dalton in "Green
Eyes." Also Eddie Polo in "The
Lure of the Circus," 2nd Episode.
GARRIII I Wednesday and
STUART WALKER Presents
"(SE VENTEEW",with Gregory Kelly
AND THE ORIGINAL COMPANY
"Too 7lany IMillions "
An Appointment With The
619 E. Liberty
Shows at 3:00, 7:00 and 8:30.
- ~ $2.00
-- _ 'AI II(¢l t iThj 1 Hfllit Ij fllhlli tIl i i ll
PRICE for price, grade for grade,
Ithere is no better pipe made
than a W D C. You 'can get a pipe
with the familiar' triangle trade-
markin l any size and shape and
grade you want---and you wil be
glad you did it. W I) C Pipes are
American made and sold in the
best shops at $6 down to 75 cents.
WMA. DEMUILTH & CO., New York
World 's Largest Pipe ManufuxLturer
Here is a pipe to tIc
., ~ proud of in any compa.ny.
Genuine French Briar,
carefully selected, beauti-
fully worked, supferbly
mounted vwith sterliln,
band a:,d vulcanite bit.
I Sale Wed. 10 a. m.
We have them; of the best quality, and at the right prices
Let's get acquainted
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
The Goodyear Drug Co.,I
107 So.. Main Street Ann Arbor, Miehigan
SELWYN & CO.
Their Annual Laugh Festival
A PRESCRIPTION FOR THE BLUES
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r MRS. PEARL Y
rI LAN DERS
L0 WuE RS,.
213 E. LIBERTY S T.
LOST-Saturday night, between Mich-
igan Union and Nickels Arcade,
wrist "watch, wkih initials A. H. D.
on back. Phone 296-J.
LOST-On Washtenaw or North Uni-
versity, Tuesday afternoon, lady's
fountain pen. Finder call 2328-R.
LOST-Greek history note book a+
"Y" Inn Man lay after-noon. Finder
rplease phone 1267. Reward.
LOST-Slide rule and loose-leaf note
book. Return to H. K. +Grundwaldt,
706 Oakland. Phone 949-J.
LOST-Bunch of keys before Sunday.
Phone Silverman, 2280-M.
LOST-A fraternity pin. Finder please
WANTED-Woman who can qualify
as cook or housekeeper wants work
in fraternity house next semester.
WANTED- Man to manage Dances
4and instruct at Packard Academy.
WAN" PlD - Porter for fraternity
Ihouse. Apply at Sigma Chi House.
FOR RENT -- Best proposition for
A Flay of Temperature and Temperament-
A Jay Play In Three Breezes
The Comedy that ran over a year
at the Eltinge Theatre, N. Y., and
broke all records~for big business
Prices: 25c to $1.50
Seats Now Selling
These famous pen-
oils are the standard
by which all other
pencils are judged.
17 black degr'ees
6 B soflest to 91] ha,'dc I
and har- and medium copyinig
Look for' the VENUS finish
IL Trial- Samples of
" 'VE N US Pencils
and Eraser sent
Please enclose 6c in stamps for packing
American Lead Pencil Co.
215 Fifth Avenue. N. Y.
Wouldn't You Like to See. Them?
that will delight the hearts of co-eds who have
an instinctive taste for beautiful clothes.
Come to the Hutzel shop this week.
In a variety of modified Russian styles
Of lovely clinging Georgette
In various exquisite colorings--
Wool embroidered in gorgeous Batik effedts
Special, Sale of Silk Hose
About 500 pairs of "Eiffel" silk hose from our regular $1.25 lines.
They come in black, navy, white, several shades of grey and all the
light and dark browns.
roominlg house for Fraternity
Club. 1;rquire immediately. H.
Herbst, S,)Tings Bank Building.
MAIN AND LIBERTY ST.
FOR RENT -Frort4 steam heated
roomns on State St. E,E Calkins.