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Many Veterans
LE Coach Evans team is composed of
veterans, but the combination did not
get to working smoothly until the sea-
son was well advanced, hence the low-
Play ly position of the Evanston cagers.
Captain McKenzie, right guard ot the
Purple team, is probably the most
dangerous man Michigan will have to
face Monday night. This stellar guard
AlE is high scorer for the Northwestern
five, and has been a ,source of annoy-
son ance to every opposing team this year.
Ev- His great forte is his ability to elude
'sity the opposing defense and with an un-
ter- erring eye to drop his shots through
fray the ring. McKenzie also handles the
will free throws for the Purple.
on Paterson, who is the running mate
for of McKenzie at guard, is also a strong
eyed player and has a name for his work in
and previous contests. Holmes has been
lui used at center all year, but it is un-
men likely that this man will be able to.
core measure up to Ely at the tip off posi-
tion for the Wolverine star seems to
be the logical choice for the position
3 a of All-Conference center. Saunders,
as Palmer, and Sherer alternate at for-
the ward, and it would not be suprising to.
heir see the two first named men open the
em- game.

steady improvement, while its defense
has appeared ragged at times.
Coach Mather will probably employ
the same lineup that he has started in
the last four games, although Cap-
tain Rea will probably be injected into
the combination before the fray has
seen many minutes pass. Tomorrow's
game will mark Rea's last appearance
in competition for the Maize and Blue.
The Michigan leader has been a feared
man throughout the Conference for
two seasons but injury in the Wiscon-
sin game caused Rea to be lost to the
squad in some of its most important
battles.
Intramural Items
The class basketball schedule for
Tuesday night is as follows: 7 o'clock,
court 1, fresh lits vs. soph lits, court
2, junior lits vs. senior lits, court 3,
Homeops vs. uperclass Medics. The
officials for these games are R. Smith,
Brunsting, and Cooper, respectively.
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7:45 o'clock, court 1, upperclass Laws
vs. fresh Laws, court 2, fresh engi-
neers vs. soph engineers, fresh Dents
vs. fresh Medics. The officials are R.
W. Smith, Ohlmacher, Kerley, respec-
tively. 8:30 o'clock, court 1, junior
engineers vs. senior engineers, court
2, architects vs. upperclass Dents,
court 3, soph Dents vs. Pharmics. The
officials are Ohlmacher, Cooper, and
Kerley, respectively.
The soph Medics drew a bye and
will go to the second round.
Five more men qualified in the foul
shooting contest Friday night. They
were H. Parker, '23, with 19 out of a
possible 25, J. C. McClure, '22M, with
17, H. C. Walser, '23M, with 17, D. H.
Wills, '25A, with 15, and G. L. Stone,
'23, with 16. On Saturday morning, A.
H. Slingerling, '24, with 17, and W.
Sweet, '23, with 15, also qualified for
the second round.
The department will run off the pre-
liminaries for the indoor track Wed-
nesday night, March 8. Three leagues
will be scheduled for this night. South
State from 6:30 to 7:45 o'clock. North
State from 7:45 to 9 o'clock. Hill
St. from 9 o'clock on.
A final opportunity will be given all
those who have not yet competed in
the preliminaries of the foul shooting

progress of the class games. This Is
absolutely the last chance that will be but varsity baske
given to qualify for the silver loving
cups awarded to the first and second
best goal throwers on the campus. All TRYOUT
that is necessary to qualify is to ap-
pear at the gymnasium with gym shoes Sophomores
and then toss 15 goals out of 25 at- for assistan
tempts. Those who qualify will toss manager \are s
25 more, following which the 10 high the athletic o
men will shoot 50 more shots. The onday aftert
two men who have the best record in
the total 100 shots will be presented ________
WEEK BECINNINGOAR IC
U.TONIGHT MA5
(DETROIT)
A GORGEOUS ARABIAN NI

Joe Webe offers AMZRICA's FORnMosT
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. Use Short Pass
Northwestern's style of play is the
short pass, pivot type which generally'
makes the game lively at all times.
The Purple has not a strong 'offense
although it 'has been marked by a

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a for man on May-
>lock from Campus.
Inquire 230 Nickel's
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lite, $6.00. Single
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Monroe. 109-3
.s for men. Phone
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payment down.
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over forty dollars between Chin-
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and Vaughn. Address Box, R. M. G.,
Daily. Liberal reward. 111-2
LOST-Little finger ring with Masonic
double eagle emblem mounted on
white stone. Call Margaret Mac-
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LOST-Fountain pen without cap on
Greeniwood or East University, 'be-
tween Greenwood and Vaughn. Call
2321-M. 111-4
LOST-A purse eontaining valuable
papers. Reward. Phone 189. 111-2
MISCELLANEOUS
MRS. EMMA FISHER CROSS, Pian-
ist, a pupil of Leschetizky of Vienna,
formerly teacher of piano at Univer-
sity School of Music and University
of Washington. ]Piano and Pipe Or-
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Allmendinger's Music Store, May-
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phone 2523. 110-21

By J. R. HAMILTON
!e r Adwrtislng Manager .of Wanamakor's, Philadelphia
About the most delightfully foolish thing a man 6es is to
let a woman set the stage for her attractions-moonlight through
trees, appealing perfume, soft music, eto.-and then ask her to
be his partner for life.
And about the most delightfully foolish thing a woman does
Is to take a fancy to a man's smile or the color of his eyes or the
way his hair grows about his forehead and accept him on that
basis as the earning partner in their little firm of matrimony.
Goodness knows this sort of thing causes enough trouble in
marriage without carrying it on into the other businesses of life.
Yet for the most part that is just what we do from the buy-
ing of a piano to the choosing of a pair of shoes.
Because we Insist upon choosing our husband or our wife by
moonlight is no reason why, we should throw a glamour about the
purchase of a brass bed or a petticoat.
Everything looks good when it is new, but like the Scotch-
man's wife what we want to know is how it is going to look
twenty years from now. How is that piano going to last after
our expert has shown us how beautiful it is? How are our shoes
or our clothes going to look three months from now? I How is
our furniture going to look three years from now?
There Is only one way to buy a thing when it is new and that
is to buy It from a firm that guarantees it when it is old. Now
how are you going to get that guaranty? Why, from the men who
advertise of course.
They are the men who go on record concerning the things they
sell. They are the men whose asset is their name. They are the
men who have something more than their cash drawer to protect.
The time will come when the person who buys anything that
Is not advertised or buys from a firm that does not advertise will
be looked upon as needing a guardian.
It is bad enough to have a husband or a wife who does not
or will not wsr-that was probably a 'matter of sentiment.
flut there oughtn't to be much sentiment.in the buying of a piece
of furniture or a pair of shoes.
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HOW ABOUT making $70.00 spring
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as yet? I still have territory for
a few more men in the brush game.
Come in and look our proposition
over. Mr. Leader, 232 Nickel's Ar-
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