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February 22, 1922 - Image 5

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running the noor. Rea's defense was
well nigh impregnable. A few sec-
onds before the close of the game he
tore some of the muscles in his right
arm and is at present nursing the in-
jured member, which threatens to keep
him out of play for at least 10 days.
Indiana Is Weak
With Rea out of the lineup, "Bill"
Miller is the lone survivor of the five
which tied for the Big Tern champion-
ship last year. Indiana offered little
resistance Monday night and the Var-
sity encountered little difficulty in
brushing the Hoosier defense aside.
Despite the apparently easy victory,
Coach Mather is still far from satis-
fied with the way his men perform-
ed. Glaring weaknesses were appar-
ent in the Michigan team play, which
might have proved fatal if the Wol-
verines had been facing a more for-,
midable opponent. Teamwork, that
was always in evidence in the Wis-
consin contest, was utterly lacking
during- the greater part of the Indi-
ana game. This weakness is partial-
ly explained by the absence of Cap-
tain Rea but even his absence did not
excuse the Wolverines from missing
many easy shots and falling down in
their passing game.
Against Wisconsin, Michigan's team
play broke up the Badger offense,
while the famed floor pass that Dr.
Meanwell's men employ was used to
good advantage by Micigan. The foul
shooting of "Bill" Miller has been al-
most perfect" in each of these two
ganes, while Ely's play both on the
offense and the defense has been a

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igan's victory over the

Hoosier

Monday night raised the Wolver-
standing to fifth in the Big Ten
brought the figures in their per-
.ge column up to an even' 500
er's men after a slow start this
n seemed to have hit their stride
.e Wisconsin contest last Satur-
night but fortune was again un-
able to the Maize and Blue when
well earned victory over the
ly Badgers cost Michigan the
ces of Captain Bud Rlea,.fRea
nstrated his versatility in this
by playing the back guard in-

huge factor in the victories. Kipke's
dribbling has improved greatly in the
last few games and the gridiron star
regularly breaks through the opposing
defense counting well earned baskets.
Paper Peps Up Team
Paper's injection into the combina-
tion has speeded up the Michigan play,
for the little guard has exhibited an
abundanec of pep in all of the frays
he has gotten into. Paper has the un-
cany habit of following the ball at the
right time and more than once has
broken up the opposing team's floor
work by beating his man to the throw.
Paper misses many shots that with aj
little more practice should be turned
into the scoring column, and too fre-
quently takes the ball when it is Mich-
igan's out.
Tonight the Wolverines will face M.
A. C. at Lansing and Coach Mather
will be afforded an opportunity to
strengthen the play of his new com-
bination before the hard game with
the Illini Saturday night. The coach
is taking no chances on crippling any
more of his team before the fray with
the Suckers and may elect to start his
second string tossers against the Ag-
gie quintet. In this event, Pearman
and Whitlock will open at forward
with MacWood at center, while a num-
ber of men may be alternated at the
guard positions. The Farmers have
a powerful court five, but with the Il-
linois and Iowa games looming up as
the next Big Ten attractions, Coach
Mather does not intend to take chances
with his available veterans.
Purdue Still in Lead
Purdue with six victories and one
defeat still heads the Big Ten and if
the Boilermakers can down the Illi-
nois tossers at Lafayette, March 7,
they will earn the first Conference
championship a Purdue aggregation
has been in possession of for a long
time.
The Boilermakers met their only de-
feat at the hands of the Suckers by
a one point score on the Urbana floor
and with the advantage of their home
floor March 7, Purdue will be favored
to capture the game. Their only other
contest is with Indiana at Purdue on
Feb. 25 and it is hard to see how the
Hoosiers have even an outside chance
to down their state rival. Illinois is
the only team with a chance to over-
take the Old Gold and Black, but to do
so the Illini must win every one of
their remaining four games including
contests with Wisconsin, Michigan,
Chicago, and Purdue.
Intramural Items
(Continued from Page 4)
weather permits. Announcement will
be made later in The Daily.
The following men qualified in the
preliminaries of the interclass swim-
ming meet, the finals of which are to
be held at 7:15 o'clock tomorrow eve-
ning
40-yard free style-Kerr, '25E, Tay-
lor, '25L, Pappenbooth, '25, Ottleson,
'24. 100-yard backstroke-Kerr, '25E,
Babcock, '24, Kauffman, '24, Winchell,
'24. Plunge for distance-Tarrant '25,

PORTFOLIOS AND LEATHER BAGS

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reduced from our former low prices.

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Alarm Clocks at $129

Muzzy, '24, Ottleson, '24, Kauffman, ing, Wills, '25, Ottleson, '24E, Oliphant, Student Goes to Meeting in C]
'24. 220-yard crawl-Kerr, '25E, Bab- '24E, Warner, '24E, Pappenbooth, X25. (By Conference Radio News Se
cock, '24, Coates, '24E, Martin, '25E. There will be no preliminaries in the Lafayette, Ind., Feb. 21.-M
190-yard breast stroke-Babcock, '24, relay, the finals being held Thursday Tingley, a sophomore, is sailiz
''night.
Johnson, '24E, Blauner, '25. 100-yard night"_China as Purdue's representati
crawl-Taylor, '25, Warner, '24E, j the international Y. W. C. A. c
Seick, '25, Martin, '25E. Fancy div- Patronize our Advertsers.-Adv. ence.

A large assortment of all leather cases, which are so necessary for the carrying and
filing of papers, music, documents, etc.
Genuine leather BOSTON BAGS priced up from $1.98

Gillet Razors at

85C

Surplus Supplies Store, 21 N.4th Ave.
"It dpays to walk a few blocks"

ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY
WHITNEYSaturday Even'g, Feb.25

-T4IHP PAMVATIC EVENT
Of: T1W SEASON. A
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there all year and

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meals have been the same!"

MR. LEO.

--According to one of
the regular patrons

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Something for sale? A Classified
Ad in The Daily will find a buyer.-
Adv.

Victrolas $25 to $995

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PRICES: $1,00t,$1,50 $2.00, $2.50
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WANTED
WANTED-Do you want to make big
money Spring Vacation? I have sev-
eral reports of students here in the
city that worked about 15 hours last
week and made from $20 to $30. Come
in and look our proposition over. Mr.
Leader, 232 Nickel's Arcade. Phone
6oo-M. 94-21
WANTED-Energetic student, sopho-
more or junior preferred, to repre-
sent a prominent company in Ann
Arbor. Ex'llent proposition, and
opportunit, for the remainder of
college course. Address Box C. M.,
Daily. 97-21
WANTED-Bundle and family wash-
ings. Starched work a specialty.
All hand work. Work called for and
delivered. Draper Home Laundry.
Phone 2806-M. 632 So. Ashley St.
101-3
WANTED-Two men students for part
time work. Call 811 E. Ann St. this.
afternoon only. 101
F0R RENT
FOR RENT - One single and one
double room; combination hot air
and hot water heat; one block from
campus. Call Davis. 2280-W. 920
Monroe. 99-3
FOR RENT-Excellent suite with run-
ning water, steam heat and fire
pl~ce. One short block from campus
in best section. Also one single
room. 804 Monroe St. 100-3
FOR RENT-Room for one or two stu-
dents; well furnished, warm, one
block from campus, on Maynard St.
Inquire 230 Nickel's Arcade. 100-2
FOR RENT-One front room for one
or two men. 110 N. Thayer. Phone
2583-R. . 101-3
FOR RENT- Splendid single room.

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Vacancies in front suite
ant double room. Near campus. 1115
S. University. 101
FOR RENT-Modern, Al room. Close
in.' Quiet. 319, East Jefferson. 101-3
LOST
LOST-A gold dinner ring set with
three large pearls. Was picked up
at the Palais Royal, Monday, Feb.
20, about 3 p. m. Please return. Re-
ward. 101-2
LOST--On Saturday after J-Hop, a
diamond shaped ear ring of black
onyx trimmed with old fashioned
gold. Reward. Call 16. 99-3
LOST - Between West Hall and Li
brary' a silver cloth change purse.
Finder call 1767-M. Reward. 100-2
MISCELLANEOUS
IF YOU ARE looking for a good money
propostion for -summer why not try
the brush game? Spring Vacation
would be a good time to see if you
like the work. Several students
made nine dollars Saturday on their
first trip in the field. See Mr. Lead-
er. 232 Nickel's Arcade. Telephone
600-M. 100-21
A NO. 1 Drawing instruments. Call
909 E. Huron or 1273-J. 100-3
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-1921 Ford Touring car,
practically new. Bargain to early
buyer. Phone 283-W or call 506 E.
Liberty. 99-4
FOUND,
FOUND-Conklin fountain pen on Lib-
erty near Thompson. Call Whaley,
2378-W. 98-4

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