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FFEC'fIVE OCT. so, 1921
ntral Standard Time
P.M. A&PM
Daily Daily
.Adrian ...Ar. 7.00 12:45
Tecumseh .... 6:25 12:10
Clinton ......6:og 11:59
. Saline ...... 5:15 r1:oo
Ann Arbor Lv.4.:A 10:
P..A&PM
Read Up
AND HOLIDAYS
P.M.
Adrian ..Ar. 9:00
Tecumiseh .... .8:25
Clinton ... 8:05
Saline ...... :15
Ann Arbor Lv. 6.45
P.M.

Michigan Daily readers received
their papers late on Thursday, Jan-
uary 19, 1893, because of the insuffi-
cient supply of water with which to
run the motor for the press.
Upholstering
Do not discard your nice, old uphol-
Stered pieces. Have them made over
and, recovered. We have a splendid'
line of coverings.. Estimates will be
cheerfully-submitted,
MARTIN HALLER
112 B. Liberty

FOOTBALL MEN TO MEET
All men, interested in football
will meet atF 7:30 o'clock to-.
night at t he Union. Coach
Yost would like to see everyone
who has any idea of trying out
I for any of the teams at this meet-
ing.
A Reliable jeweler
CHAPMAN
13 South Main '

Intramural Items.
Officials for the indoor inter-frater-
nity track preliminaries for tonight
are as follows: Starters, Archie Hahn,
Dr. May; clerk of course, Ralph Rych-
ener; assistant clerks, Merner, Fran-
cisco; track judges, Baily, Olmacher,
Lewis; field judges, Wesbrook, Kear
ney, Storz; scorers, Troost, Arner,
Erhart, Hill, Preston, Gessner; tim-
ers, Losch, Fallon; announcer, Gold-
man. Schedule for tonight: Soutlh
State, 6:30 to 7:45 o'clock; North
State, 7:45 to 9:00 o'clock; Hill- Street,
9:00 o'clock on.
Read Michigan Daily Ads and you,
will buy wisely,-Adv.

MICHIGAN BASKETBALL Ti
S6SSTRING OF SIX CONS[
CLOSES SEASON WITH STRONG season, for
EST FIVE IN CONFERENCE down in te
TITLE RACEvi A

MATHER'S MEN SECURE
HOLD ON SECOND PLACE
Unusual Achievement Stamps Mentor
as Greatest Coach in Big
Ten Circles
Michigan ended its basketball sea-
son in a blaze of glory Monday night
when the Wolverines romped away
with the Northwestern quintet for
their sixth consecutive Conference vic-
tory, and insured themselves of sec-
ond place in the Big Ten. Although
Wisconsin has two games remainng
on its schedule, the Badgers have won
six contests and dropped four and even
if they are successful in downing the
Maroons at Madison tonight and at
Bartlett gymansium Saturday night
they cannot do bette' than tie Mather's
men.
Another Strong Finish

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years has been that M
pleted its drive by d
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Mather's achievement of sending
his men through the second half of
their schedule without a defeat marks
the second time in two years that
Michigan by a phenomenal finish has
been able to take its place among the
best in the Conference. Last year
Mather's men were far in the rear
with one win and three defeats chalk-
ed up against their record when they
suddenly found thenselves, and play-
ing a brand of basketball seldomwit-
nessed in the Big Ten were able to
win seven out of their next eight
games, earning a tie for first place
along with Purdue and Wisconsin.
This year has been marked by a rep-
etition of the whirlwind finish of last
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The string of victories this y
gan with the Wisconsin game a
erman gYmnasium Feb. 18 and :
ed victories over Indiana, I
Northwestern, and two wins
Iowa. Michigan's 'four defeats
all by the narrowest margins
the Wolverines probably posse
best comparative record, Purd
cepted, of any Conference tear
team has defeated Michigan by
than a three point margin while
case have the Wolverines met t
feats at the hands of anyone B
squad. Ohio State struck M
men in the opener when Mille
recovering from an operation a
unable to compete, the result w
the Buckeyes took the fray by a
point margin, while the return
'at Columbus mre than demoDS
Michigan's superiority when the
verines played In full strength.
This game was , walkawa
Ely and Miller don* the big p
the scoring. The final score st
to 18 in Michigah's favor. Wis
holds a two point victory over
er's men at Madison. The gan
tied when the two regular .
werei completed but .the Badger
in the overtime. Illinois holds
-at Urbana by a three point m
while Indiana won from Mather
by one point at Bloomington. He
Hoosiers ever outscored Mather'
is still one of the puzzles of th
son, for the Crimson was anythi
a strong five this year.
Strongest Team in West
Mather's men have ended th
son with probably the most po
court squad in the West, one e
ed, but Purdue holds the char
ship by virtue of a-short and cc
atively easy schedule. The on:
of the title conte iders' Purdu
was Illinois, who upset tl e Boile
ers at Urbana. However, it m'
said to Purdue's credit that
short schedule was not of the
choosing and in winning witho
services of Captain White, wh
declared ineligible because of I
sional competition, Piggy Lan
squad is deserving of high prais
Michigan's team this year is a
erful, if not the most powerful,
team ever representing the Mai:
Blue.
k ather's work in bringing the
ard of the basketball teams up
level .of the other major spor
which Michigan has long been f
'is a noteworthy achievement, ai
Wolverines' famd' coach has :
three short years won an en
name throughout the country bc
himself and for Michigan's bas
teams. Mather has demonstrat
ability to build teams from gree
terial for the Wolverines used b
veteran, Miller; in the majori
their. closing victories. In fa
Michigan coach has proven h
about the best tactician in the
ference for he has trained a
that has solved every style of
that has been met, while on t
fensive none surpass Michigan.
Ely and Miller High Scorer
Ely and Miler were the outsts
scorers on this year's team an
men should figure in the mythics
Conference team. Ely failed to
his -match in any Big Ten tipo
ponent, while Miller along wit
4ey of Illinois and Taylor of W
sin was the leading forward I
game. Mike Paper and Birks
developed wonderfully in the pat
,games and should taketheir
along with the best next season,
the case of Kpke, whose see
contributed to Michigan's pOm
offense.
CGtain Rea, whose injury kei
from participating since theW
sin game, got into the Purple c
long enough to end-his Conferen
reer with one of his famed long
for which he has long been k
Rea is the 'only graduating memi
the team.'

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