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THE IVl'7CHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, JANUARY

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SOPIT LIT HOCKEY NOTICE
All soph lits interested in class
hockey call Masters before Fri-
day. Entries must be in by that
time. Phone 2384-M.
Patronize our Advertisers.--Adv

DOUBLES TITLE TO
DUNAKIN AND ZOOK
In a match which had to be postpon-
ed from late last fall, Paul Dunakin,
'23, and Howell Zook, '24, captured
the All-Campus doubles championship
in the annual fall tennis tournament.
Dunakin's play at the net was partic-
ularly effective. At this position clev-
er volleying on his part won manyt
points. In the back court Zook was

lobbing exceptionally well, the ball
landing deep in the opponents' court
where it was hard to handle. The win-
ners have been awarded cups by the
Intramural department.
"The Victors," probably the most in-
spiring of Michigan's football. songs
was dedicated to the victorious team
of '02.

Wolverine Iasketball Team Shows
Reversal Of Form In Chicago Gamel

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Michigan's reversal of form result-
ing in the defeat of the strong Maroon
five from Chicago Tuesday evening
was highly gratifying to the Wolver-
ine followers who saw Captain Rea
and his men nosed out by the Ohio
State quintet on the previous night.
Particularly gratifying is this victory,
in view of the fact that the Maroons
hold a game over the Scarlet and Grey
won ,last Saturday at Bartlett gym-
nasium by the neat margin of 25 to 14.
The Michigan team that downed the
Maroons was a far different team than
the one which fell before the speedy
Buckeyes in the opening Conference
scrap. Michigan was weakened when
it faced 0. S. U. by the absence of
"Bill" Miller, stellar forward of last
year's championship team.
Miller Is Star
Miller has been absent from the line-
up since the pre-season games and al-
though he is not yet in tip top condi-
tfon he was allowed by Coach Mather{
to play in the major portion of the
contest. Just how much Miller's pres-
ence meant to the team was evident
when Chicago was unable to check
his aggressive tactics. His unerring
eye for the basket has not been mate-.
rially impaired during his layoff as
was evinced by his three field baskets
and later by his foul shooting which
was nearly perfect. Had Miller been
able to take part in the 0. S. U. con-I
test it is not unlikely that there would
be a different story told by the Con-
ference standing, although nothing1

should be detracted from the fighting
game Ohio put up.
Miiler was not alone responsible for
the Wolverine triumph for the entire
team exhibited a smarter brand of
basketball than on the previous night
and covered its opponents more close-
ly. Captain Rtea retumned to his old
position at floor guard where with
Gappon at back guard he was able to
noma the Chicago score low.
Ely out played Halladay the veteran
Maroon jumper, and was a tower of
strength on the defense. Time after
time Ely picked the ball out of the
air when it had reached the danger
zone and each time he succeeded in
dribbling it or passing it into Mich-
igan's territory. Kipke, playing for-
ward, displayed a world of speed,
which contributed to Michigan's of-
fensive work. Michigan showed great
improvement in following up its long
shots, a trick the Wolverines overlook-
ed in the ,M. A. C. contest and to some
extent in the Ohio battle.
Team is Improved
On the whole the team play looked
much improved and with Miller play-
ing regularly the lineup as used last
night may be the one which will bear
the brunt of the work this season.
Birks and Reason are both capable
men who can step into any of the
positions and give a good account of
themselves. Saturday night the Wol-
verines meet the Badger five at Wis-
consin and on the following Monday
lock horns with the Illini at Urbana.1

Wisconsin ............2
Minnesota,............1
Muichigan..........1
Chicago ..............1
Ohio State ............1
Iowa .................0
Northwestern.........0
Purdue ..............0
Illinois'.............0
Indiana .............0

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Wisconsin has a team composed en-
tirely of veterans which will cause a
lot of trouble this year in the Confer-
ence ranks. A partner in the triple
tie with Michigan and Purdue last year
the Badgers have lost few men and
have but one defeat chalked up against
them, at the hands of Butler college.
The Cardinal five is famed for the
short floor pass which Dr. Meanwell
has long used at Wisconsin. If Mich-
igan is successful in combating this
chief weapon of the Badgers it should
give the Cardinal a terrific battle.

MANAGERIAL TRYOUTS
NOTICE
A call for tryouts for assistant
intramural manager has been is-
sued. Sophomores desiring to try
out report to W. F. Elliott, daily
between 2:30 and 4:30 o'clock at
the Intramural office, room 3,
Press building.

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Men's Suits and Overcoats Now Going at

as Low as $10.45

YOUR FRIENDS ARE GETTING THEIRS TODAY

fhis stock must be sold down to the last suit and the last overcoat. It must be done
We are not interested in the amount of money half as much as in the amount of time.
is why you see these frantic figures on garments that were the bell cows of the city
months ago.

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WE ARE GOING TO DO BUSINESS-WE MUST DO BUSINESS. YOU WILL
BUY THIS STOCK AND TAKE IT OFF OUR HANDS WHEN YOU GET IN-
SIDE THE STORE.

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BOYS' SUITS
Our best grade of all wool and worsted boys'
suits, with two pair of pants. Regular $15.00 values
reduced to
$9.60
BOYS' SUITS b
One lot of boys' suits in new patterns, latest
style, formerly sold at $8.50 and $9.00, reduced to
$6.55
MEN'S SHIRTS
Men's fine percale dress shirts; regular $1.50
values reduced to
89C
MEN'S NECKWEAR
Men's neckwear in regular 75e values. All re-
duced to
59c
GOLF HOSE
All our finest imported hose. Made by Me.
George in-Scotland, at a fraction of their cost.

MEN'S SUITS
Very tie grades of suits and overcoats formerly
sold at$, $38 and $40; Kuppenhelmer and other
good makes, all go at
$21.95
MEN'S TROUSERS
Men's fine Casimeres and worsted trousers;
$5.00, $5.50 and $6.00 grades reduced to
$385
MEN'S SHIRTS
Men's fine percales and madras shirts. Regular
$2.00 values reduced to
$1.39
MEN'S SHIRTS
Men's fine dress shirts, best make and trim.
Regular $2.50 and $3.00 values reduced to.
$1.98
BOYS' MACKINAWS
Boys' all wool Mackinaws made by Gordon Fer-
guson. Nationally known for fine quality. Regular
$8.00 and $10.00 values reduced to
$6.40 AND $1.90

MEN'S OVERCOATS
Men's overcoats, latest style of Ulsterettes; $25
qualities in the latest shades of gray and brown;
reduced to
$14.95
BOYS' SUITS
All our large assortment of two pant, all wool
boys' suits, formerly sold at $10.00, reduced to
$7.95
MEN'S TROUSERS
Men's wool custom trousers. .Nicely tailored.
Regular $4.00 and $4.50 trousers reduced to
$2.98
WOOL HOSE
All our regular $1.00 quality of imported wool
hose reduced to
79c
MEN'S HOSE
Men's hose, Holeproof and others. Regular 40c
values reduced to
REDUCED TO 27c

MEN'S SUITS

One lot of men's suits in worsteds and Casi-
meres, formerly sold at $25.00, reduced to

$14.80

MEN'S NECKWEAR

All men's regular $1.00 neckwear In this sale.
Reduced to
19c

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MEN'S SUITS

One lot of men's wool suits (broken lots) for.
merly sold at $20.00, reduced to
$10.45

MEN'S HOSE

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50 dozen men's hose, black and dark brown;
fine grade. Regular 25c and 35c values reduced to

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