THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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MICHI -N COURT SQUAD
LEAVES TOPLAY PURPLE
NORTHWESTERN WILL OPPOSE
MATHER'S MEN AT PAT-
(By Earle Le Masters)
Sport Editor, The Daily Northwestern)
Evanston, Ill., Jan. 21.-(Special.)-
The Purple is expecting one of the
hardest battles of their Conference
schedule with the appearance of Mich-
igan on the Evanston floor on next
Saturday night, but the men are de-
termined to give the Northerners a
hard race for the- game, and a fast
scrap is predicted.
The majority of the Purple squad
are sophomores and as a result are
greatly in need of experience, but.
under the capable direction of Coach
Ray Edler, new to the Northwestern
campus this season, a well rounded
out team can be expected by a little
later in the year. Captain 'Chuck"
Saunders and Ebbie Calhoun are the
only two letter men on the squad this
year, and Calhoun has been out of the
game for six weeks as a result of an
injury in practice at the first of the
McKenzie is Excellent Guard
McKenzie, captain of the freshman
varsity last year, is developing into
one of the fastest guards of the Pur-
ple, and will probably start in the
Purple lineup. He is a hard fighter,
and can be expected to upset a great
many plays of Michigan that would
otherwise be successful.
Capt. "Chuck" Saunders plays in
the forward position and was one of
the men at the Badger game who
marveled the crowds by his repeated
long basket shots. "Chuck" has a good
eye for the basket and he has been
doing some excellent fidor work this
The Purple is handicapped to ja
great extent by the injury to Dahl, the
regular center, and Holmes, the sub-
stitute, is not the man on the man
on the basketball floor that he should
be. It is very doubtful whether Dahl
will be in any condition to play by
Football Men on Purple Team
Northwestern has a number of foot-
ball men on their squad this year, and
these men are scrappers from the first
whistle. Among them are: "Chuck"
Palmer, the star quarterback of the
Purple this season. Palmer is play-
ing guard in basketball, and was the
man who made the winning point for
Northwestern in their first Conference
battle with the Badgers.
Jimmie Patterson, the fullback of
the Purple football team this season,
is another guard of sterling worth.
He will probably be in the lineup be-
fore the fian.whistle blows.
Ole Magnuson, Dahl and Vits are
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SLANGY PHONOGRAPH RECORDS
ARE SMASHED IN ZION CITY
Zion, Ill., Jan. 21.-In the general
cleanup that is going on in the City
of Zion, all slangy, profane, cheap
vaudeville phonograph records have
got to go.
"If any of you have these records
in your homes you are sinning against
God," said Overseer Voliva, "and if I
hear any such records in Zion Home
(the bi 350 room hotel) I'll smash
the recoris and throw them out the
window. It*e disgusting to hear some
of these trashy records, such as Old
Josh's records where he swears. come
on Zion! Let's burn up these rec-
ords! When you buy records, buy
records with some sense to them!"
The next in line for clean upois Sab-
bath desecration. It has come to Over-
seer Voliva's ears that some young
people have gone auto riding on the
Lord's day. The result is that Voliva
has given orders that no taxi-cab was
to leave the barn on Sunday except to
go to and from church, or to "go on
God Almighty's errands."
Switching back onto the matter of
women's dress once more, Voliva gave
warning that if he attends another
wedding where women are not prop-
erly dressed he will put on his hat
VARSITY STARS TO
Coach Farrell's tracksters, some of
whom will compete against Archie
Hahn's yearlings this afternoon, have
been drilling steadily for the coming
track season despite the imminence
of examipations which may play hav-
oc with Michigan's chances for an ex-
ceptionally strong cinder team.
Under the expert tutelage-of Far-
rell and led by Capt. Larry Butler, the
men have worked themselves into fine
condition, and are now trimming down
their records to a point, where many
of them would already be dangerous
in Conference competition. Most of
the men have been reporting every
day of the week, and all of them have
been turning out at least four times.
Neither coach would announce
which four men he would run in the
two mile relay between the Varsity
and freshman this afternoon. Burk-
holder and Douglas are practically
sure starters for the Varsity, with
Burns, a sophomore, almost a cei'tain-
ty. Weeks and Hattendorf will run
for the freshmen, and Archie will
choose the remaining two half milers
from his coterie of promising young-
Another interesting feature of the
afternoon will be a 50 yard dash race
between Kelly, one of the best of the
Varsity dash men, and Marley, fresh-
ma.n negro sprinter, who has been de-
feating all his classmates in the
sprints. Marley is reported to have
done the 100 in nine four, and with
an ideal build for a dash man, he will
force Kelly to the limit.
There will probably be a number
of other time trials in the gymnasium
this afternoon, as Archie Hahn usu-
ally times his men on Saturday, and
Steve will undoubtedly send several
of his candidates through their paces.
Small Blaze at Wagner and Company'
Spontaneous combustion caused a
small fire in the clothing store of
Wagner and company, at 3 o'clock yes-
terday afternoon. The blaze was con-
fined to a box of rubbish and a coal
bin partition in the basement, and
was easily extinguished by firemen
before any damage was done.
Sunday Chicken Dinners at Teet's
Dining Rooms. 805 E. Huron St.-Adv.
11H IM FROM ZETA PSI FIVE,
UPSTATERS DEFEAT FORESTERS
IN ONE SIDED CONTEST
CRY 42 TO 3
Alpha Sigma Phi presented the big-
gest upset of Thursday's intramural
basketball tourneys by defeating the
favored Zeta Psi team by a 19 to 7
count. Their remarkably capable five
man defense was a powerful factor'
in the well-earned victory. Myers
aws the big scorer for the Alpha Sigs,
while Genebach was an iron man.on
Lambda Chi Alpha had no difficulty
in putting away the Sigma Nu aggre-
gation by a 21 to 2 count. Adams at
forward and Spaulding at guard
showed well for the winners.
Another surprise, which almost
equalled the Alpha Sig victory in mag-
nitude, was the win of Beta Theta Pi-
over Phi Chi, star of last year's tour-
ney. The Betas staged a comeback
and carired off the victory 20 to 15.
In the sectional league the Upstat-
ers defeated the Foresters in the
cleanest game of the season by the
one-sided score of 42 to 3. The Up-
staters seemed to score at will, Du-
deck, Fairchild, and Richards taking
turns in dropping the ball through
the meshes. The Youngstown club
downed the New England outfit with
little difficulty,, 12 to 4. In the game
between Cook's and Jerome's Engi-
neers the former were victorious in
the hardest fought engagement of the
evening. The final count was 14 to
12, with Lawrnce playing the best
game for the winners and Jerome do-
ing the stellar work for his team.
Schedulesfor Monday will be an-
nounced in Sunday's Daily.
Sunday Chicken Dinners at Teet's
Dining Rooms, 75c. 805 E. Huron
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.
Read The Daily for Campus News.
TAD JONES ACCEPTS
OFFER WITH YALE
Announcement that Tad Jones, ex-
Yale football star and mentor of this
year's eleven, has signed a contract
offered him to coach the football teams
at Yale has met the approval of all
Yale alumni. The Yale News Union
expressed satisfaction over the choice
saying that the veteran will work
hard to build up a new Yale system
such as has been lacking since the
days of Ted Coy.
Selection of Jones to point the Yale
elevens should interest Conference
circles in that it -practically assures
an intersectional contest between Old
Eli and the University of Iowa. Iowa
is under the tutelage of Howard
Jones, brother of the Yale mentor and
negotiations have been pending be-
tween the two schools for a game next
fall. With the agreement of Tad
Jones to remain at Yale the arrange-
ments for the contest can be made
between thle two brothers. Keen riv-
alry can be expected if " the two
schools meet for. Iowa is well sup-
plied with stars from last year,
while Yale will be out to uphold the
standard of the East.
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.
All men who received tank
suits from the Athletic associa-.
tion please turn them in to In-
tramural department at once so
that insignia may be sewed on
SEE 100 PATTERNS
A Nice Cozy Place Where
You Enjoy Your N'eal
One half block South
Sunday Night Lunches at 41'eet
Dining Room. 805 E. Huron St.-Adv
Lunches Sunday Evening at Teet'
Dining Rooms. 805 E. Huron St.-Adv
WHITE POLO SHIRTS
TODAY FOR $2.25
GOOD TABLES, GOOD CUES,
To get real enjoyment out of
a game of billiards, the equip-
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You want good tables-sond
cushions and new, clean cloth.
You want good cues--well-bal-
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tips that hold the chalk.
You want good service--at-
tendants who are quick to antic-
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You'll find the best of service
and equipment here. Come in
and play a game or two, ;today.
Pocket and Carom Billiards.
Cigars and Candles.
Soft Drinks and Light Lunches.
Cigarettes and Pipes.
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THE TURKISH p
1~5919. Th. SAT*U. -
Mrs. Fox was bragging one day
about the large number of her
"How many cubs do you bring
into the world at one time ?" she
asked the LIONESS
"Only ONE,"replied the Lioness
-*but it's a LION!"
MURADS COST 20 CENTS
FOR A BOX OF 10
BUT THEY'RE MURADS
MURADS would be lower
priced if we left out all or part of
the 100% Turkish tobaccos of the
purest and best varieties grown-
or if we substituted inferior grades
of Turkish tobacco.
But they wouldn't be MURADS
-they'd only be Foxes!1
"Judge for Yoursef-!"
We call special attention
to Murad20s in Tin Boxes
Makers of the Hjghot Gr de Turkish
- -- nd Eipan GiaN's in the World
should be enough to instill a fear
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years to get together becomes a
heap of ashes in a few minutes.
Of course, a Fire Insurance Pol-
icy won't stay the fire or put it
out, but it will put you in a suffi-
cient amount to cover all loss and
provide a new home quickly.
rrinbones'And tweeds of all descrip-
y 1 . I
yons, reduced to thirty dollars. - The workmanship is guaranteed to be of
the very finest grade.
The patterns are new and tasty.
Other patterns I have reduced as low as $18.00.
Do not be misled by the fact that my prices are low - as every pattern
is guaranteed as far as you want to take them.
Phone 401 M
Accept this as an invitation to come in. - Down on Liberty on the right
side of the street; and just between Fourth and Fifth Avenues.
i 1 .209 NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
We carry complete stocks of "Brighten-Up" finithes in small size
cans for all "touch-up jobs around the house.
a Chiclken Dinner Sunday at!
Dining Rooms, 75c. 805 East
SEE 100 PATTERNS,
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Painting and Decorating
ANN ARBOR PHONE 84
207 EAST LIBERTY
YPSILANTI PHONE 171