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.11, 1921

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WOLVERINE BSKTBALL FIESHOWSI
STRO-NG DEFENSE IN -OPENING GAME'

Capt. Rea and Miller Are the
Veterans Mather Used in
First Game

Only

ELY OPENS THE YEAR AT
CENTER AND PLAYS WELL
Michigan's opening basketball game
with Western State Normal Friday
night gave Wolverine supporters a
chance to size up the team in actual
competition. The Michigan five has
been badly handicapped this year by
the loss of Karpusa Williams and
Dunne. These three men were the
mainstays of the 1921 team whose sen-
sational comeback after three games
had been lost netted it a triple tie
with Wisconsin and Purdue for first
place. 'This year Captain Rea, Miller
and Whitlock are the only veterans,
while Rea alone has played more than
one season on the Varsity.
Strong on Defense
Despite the loss of many seasoned
players Coach Mather sent a team up-
on the floor Firday which gave a
good account of itself in every par-
tieular of the game. While the Wol-
verines did not give evidence of be-
ing a high scoring combination their
guarding and defensive work was
praiseworthy. It has always been one
of Coach Mather's fundamentals to
develop a team thoroughly drilled in

the guarding art, and as a result the
Michigan court squads have usually
held their opponents to comparatively
low scores. The team this year, from
all appearances, is no exception to the
rule, for the Normal five was held to
a meagre pair of field baskets.
Michigan opened the game carefully
and seemed almost over cautious in its
play, but there was never any doubt
as to the outcome after Miller scored
the first point on a free throw and the
Wolverines' passing game got under
way.
Ely Plays Well
Ely, new Wolverine center, was in
the thick of the fight all of the time.
His performance in his first game for
the Varsity was highly commendable.
and if his play against Western Nor-
mal can be taken as an. Indication of
his play for the season Michigan will
be assured of a strong tip' off man.
Michigan opened the second half
with more of the dasli and speed that
characterized the Wolverine play last
year. With an eight point advantage,
the result of the play in the opening
Michigan Jewelry, Seals, Memory
Books, etc., at Wahr's.-Adv.,
Locksmith. All kinds of door and
trunk keys. Phone 2498. Dell Keeler.
-Adv

half, the Wolverines abandoned their1
cautious tactics and displayed a
speedy brand of basketball. This was
especially true- of Miller, who found
his eye, and sunk the ball through the
ring three times in this period in ad-
dition to counting four times on free
throws.
Birks Plays Back Guard
Birks at standing guard picked the
ball from the bank a number of times
and several times kept the ball from
his opponents in a manner similar to
that employed by Jack Williams last
year. Rex Reason, playing with Mil-
ler at a forward position, was instru-
mental in breaking up the Normal
five's passing game.
Magazine subscriptions. Best club
rates at Wahr's Bookstores.-Adv.
TAILORING
Alteration - Relining - Velvet
Collars on Coats - Make Over
Ladies' & Gentlemen's Garments
Repairing Cleaning
and Pressing
Suits pressed by Hand......50c
7 Suits pressed for ...... $3.00
44 Years at Tailoring
OVER WAGNER CLOTHING 'STORE
South State Street
Louis Lindemapn,
TAILOR

CLASS MANAGERS, NOTICE
f' All class athletic managers
should report to the Intramural
office at once for instructions re-
garding the Iiterclass basketball
and bowling schedules.

1

2iolvling Schedule
The bowling schedule for Monday
night is as follows: At 8:30 o'clock,
Alpha Tau Omega, Chi Phi, Alpha
Sigma Phi, Phi Delta Theta.

SALESMAN WANTED
The W. P. Henderson & Co., First
Mortgage Bond House, established in
1884, desires to employ a young man
in Ann Arbor and adjacent territory
in the position of local salesman or
District Manager. Applicant must
come highly recommended and have a
fair education. Selling experience not
absolutely necessary as we will train
you at our Home Office. Must be
ready to assume duties at once on
salary and commission basis. Write
us in confidence giving full informa-
tion regarding yourself. W. P. Hen-
derson & Co., 220 So. State Street, Chi-,
cago, Ill. 37 YEARS WITHOUT A
LOSS TO ANY INVESTOR.-Adv.
Going home Christmas? So are we
anm we're getting our luggage at Wil-
kinson's, 325 So. Main St.-Adv.

Special
Home-
Cooked
Dinner
at the
O. K.
RESTAURANT
209 E. LIBERTY

Open from 6 A.
Every

I. to 8 P. N.
Day

Personal
:issortment
A (V,

Greeting Cards. Excellent
at Wahr's Bookstores. -

Try a Daily Want Ad. It pays.-Adv.

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rniture
The~ Ideal
TGift
Give Furniture
this Christmas

Only Twelve Shopping Days Before Christmas
GIVE USEFUL GIFTS,
A New-Line of Earthenware Mixing Bo w I s,
Salt Boxes, Custard Cups, Pitchers
Priced from 10c to $1.60
Electric Toasters from $2.00 up. Electric Lamps, Electric Fixtures, Electric Goods of all kinds.
SILVER ALUMINUM WARE - the ware that has no rivets - all parts electric welded.
PYREX CASSEROLES - Look while you cook.
AUTO ACCESSORIES
Denatured Alcohol for Radiators - 75c a gal.; 40c a half gal.
"te (Jp-Zb-Date ar are"
P.QN L10 310 9. STA.Th- TRI'

A piece of well
chosen furniture
is the one gift
that is sure to
bring delight not

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only
mas

on Christ-

day

but

throughout the
year:

MARTiN

ALER

112 E. LIBERTY STREET

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ATTRACTION EXTRAORDINARY
STARTING TUESDAY
FOR -FVE DAYS
"Cet Rih Quick
Wallingford"
George M. Cohan's Famous Stage Production

THAT'S THE DAY
TUESDAY
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Life was a side-show to Curley Flynn.
Bert Lytell, a roller coaster Artist rolling to Perdition, with Wifey on the Brakes. A
humorous drama in which complications arise and you will see one of the most unusual
pictures ever made. June Mathis, scenario writer of this production, wrote the screen
version of "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" and "The Conquering Power."

Any little chance amusement satisfied
Curley Flynn's jazzy brain. Any trifle
was important and anything that was
important didn't matter. Even mar-
riage was a reckless lark, the inspira-
tion of a chance meeting and a late
moonlight night on the beach at Coney
sland. Then the Jazz Kid-See

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"aet Rich Quick Wallingford"
THE LAUGH CRITERION OF
-ALL TIME

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ADDED
FILES PURiE AND SIMPLE TODAY'S SCHEDULE SPECIAL NOTICE!
AND A CHRISTIE COMEDY featuring Matinee1:30, :00, 4:30 "Get Rich Qiok Wallingfor
gPE Eveing 7:00, 8:30"GtietQckwlngo
OPPER BOBBY VERNON Last Feature Starts 9 P. M.. Will Show Here at Regular Prices
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