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those massive doors

WOLVERINES TO MEET
BADGER PUCK CHASERS'

MICHIGAN ICE SQUAD WILL
SEASON'S SCHEDULE
TONIGHT

END

Feb. 13 the Wolverine sextette defeat,
ed the Badgers at Madison by the
score of 6 to 3, after a fast contest.
The Wisconsin squad has not been
particularly successful this season as
the Cardinal has dropped games to
Michigan, Notre Dame and Minnesota,
however, Coach Viner has his men on
edge for a stiff battle tonight, and the
Badgers are sure to put up a speedy
exhibition. In the game at Madison
the Wolverines triumphed because of
their steadier play, although the work
of Captain Grieve and Combacker of
the Badger team kept the result in

In the last hockey game of, the sea-
son the Wisconsin puck chasers will
engage the Michigan ice squad at 7
o'clock tonight in the Colesium. On

THE COST IS NOMINAL

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f% is an Irdnuay thing these days to pick up the paper and
Ilhe mauufacturer of some well-known automobile, for
pie, asking you for any suggestions toward the improve-
of his car; or to find a clothing manufacturer asking you
ggest a usme for a standard suit that he i. putting out; or
to see some maker of a staple product offering to have youl
Is goods at Ms expense.
L short time ago the whole of New York city was treated
an of milk for breakfast. A little bit later another city was
id to a; dinner of pork and beans absolutely free.
Lhere is hardly a product today that you cannot buy and
back again if it does not live up to the statements that were
about it In the advertienents. r
sou go to a store for a suit of clothes and later you find the
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torekeeper thanks you for helping him catch the error. He
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he point is that the thing that protects you most, you pay
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is full of words.
They are specific.
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Union Reading Room
another Special Moving Picture
presented by the
Veterans Memorial
Committee
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Wed, and Tburs, Feb. 22-23
T:30 P. M.
Tickets at Book Stores, Union and
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doubt until the last period was well
under way.
Notre Dame won from the Badgers
on Saturday by the score of 3 to 0. The
Irish have one of the best ice combi-
nations in the Middle West' and own
two close victories over the Michigan
team. Minnesota holds a three to one
decision over Wisconin. It is the hope
of Coach Gordon Anderson that thd
Wolverine team will run up a larger
score on the Cardinal than Notre Dame
was able to make. If the Michigan
sextette is able to close the season
with a victory, the year will be stamp-
ed as a success, and the sport will
stand better chances of receiving oi.
cial recognition.
Lineups for tonight's game are:
Wisconsin, Captain Grieve, center.
Baker, right wing, Lengen, left wing,
Blodgett, right defense, Combacker,
left defense, Treadwell, goal tender.
Michigan, Barkell, center, Kerr, left
wing, Sanregret, right wing, Captain
MacDuff, left defense, Steketee or
Kahn, right defense, Coomb, goal ten-
der.
Sivimming Neet Is
To Begin Today
The preliminaries in the interclass
swimming meet will be run off at 3
o'clock today in the Y. M. C. A. pool.
The meet will last for over a week and
the finals will be run off the follow-
ing Thursday at 7:30 o'clock. This
announcement takes precedence over
all former announcements.
The meet will be run by classes..All
men winning five points or over in the
finals will get numerals. -MFrst place
counts five points, second three, and
third one. All men are eligible who
have not won a. varsity sweater or
who are not on the Varsity squad this
year.-.
The events will be as follows: four
men, 160 yard relay, 100 yard crawl,
40 yard crawl, 220 yard crawl, 100
yard breaststroke, 100 yard back-
strok,e fancy diving, and the plunge.
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will buy wisely.-Adv.
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WOLVERINE MATSQA
WINS FROM DETROIT Y"
WRESTLING MEET RESULTS IN
SECOND VICTORY FOR
MICHIGAN
Michigan defeated the Detroit Y. M.
.C. A. Saturday in Detroit, by a score
of 24 to 18. It comprises the second
I victory of the season.
The "Y" men, being much older and
more exerienced, put up the stiffest
opposition that the Wolverines have
met this year. The final outcome was
in doubt until the heavyweight match
was decided, which gave Michigan the
contest by a margin of six points.
Wolverines Win Four
Defoe, Campbell, Haller, and Meek-
er each won their bouts, Defoe win-
ning his by straight falls.. "Y" men
were successful in three matches, tak-
ing the ones in the 125, 135, and .145-
pound class. Bern, of Detroit, won
his match by three straight falls.
Jenkins who substituted for Hal-
Ha-berg at the last minute, although de-
feated, showed himself to be a man
able to represent Michigan very cap-
ably, with a little more experience.
This afternoon at 3 o'clock, he will
compete with Halberg, to decide who
will represent Michigan in the- -125
pound class. Besides these, men in the
145-pound class, Dyne, welterweight
champion of the campus in 1920, will
battle with Boschan for the suprem-
acy of their class. Captain Haller and
Darden are also slated for a battle to
determine class laurels.
To Meet X A. C.
The winners of these matches will.
represent the University, next Satur-
day, at the M. A. C., along with Defoe,
Campbell, Gillard, and Meeker. These
festivities will start at 3 o'clock in
Waterman gymnasium.
Summaries of the "Y" meet:
115-pounds-G. Defoe (M), defeated
T. Margon' (Y).
125 pounds-U. P. Bern (Y), defeat-
ed Jetnkins (M).
135 pounds-S. Mustaffo (Y), de-
feated R. Gillard (M).
^45 pounds-G. Payne (Y), refeated,
A.' Boschan (M).,
58 pounds-P. Haller (M), defeat-
ed Ed. Stein (Y).
Heavyweight- . Meeker (M), de-
feated . Walker (Y).
TANK TEAM WINS'
FROM AGGIE MEN
In a one sided dual swimming meet
,at Lansing, Michigan triumphed over
M. A. C. by the score of 2 to M6 The
farmers were not able to get any firsts
and scored their points by gaining
three seconds and seven-thirds. Val-
entine and Smith in the dashes and
Ullman and Hubbard in the 220 were
the outstanding stars and they will be
hard to beat in the future if they keep
on at their present rate.
The relay was a walk away for
Michigan with Valentine the anchor
man coming in yards ahead of his op-
ponent. Aldrich won the breast-
stroke when Babcock, the other Mich-
igan man, was disqualified because of
a technicality in turning. The-Green
and White garnered one of their few
seconds in thisrevent when Taylor fol-
lowed Aldrich to the end of the tank.
One of the features of the meet was
the fancy diving of White of Michigan.
He easily took first, while Bos and
Johnson of M. A. C. were tied for sec-
ond. The plunge was taken by Kearns
at 59 feet, while the best Borwon could
do was 51 feet, giving M. A. C. another
second place.
Firsts and seconds were taken by
Michigan in the 220 yard free style,
the 50 yard back stroke, the 100 yard
free style, and the 50 yard free style.
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Ady.

Buy your class toques from Daily
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