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THE M1CHIGAN DAILY FRIM

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SOPH 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.

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CIGARS AND I
CIGARETTES
Smoking is a habit, for
the most prt pleasing
and non harmful.
All popu'ar brands car- a
Sried at standard prices. V
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Fresh Stock and Quick I
Service. Smoke with
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AMFRALHOBBEY TEAM
SHOWSGREAT PROMIS
GREAT CROWD FILLS COLISEUM
TO WATCH OPENING TILL
AGAINST M. A. C.
Before the largest crowd that has
ever filled the Coliseum, Michigan's
nformal hockey team treated the fol-
lowers of the ice game to a well
payed game Wednesday night by cele-
brating the opening of the season with
a five to one win over the M. A. C.
hockey men. The Wolverine team was
handicapped throughout the contest
by a lack of practice, as the men had
been on the ice but two days. How-
ever, this difficulty was partially over-
come by the fact that the Michigan
team is composed of men who have
played together in previous years.1
After M. A .C. scored in the opening

period a fluke, thetWolverines bus-
ied. themselves and the Barkell-Kerr H r m n n o h a r a Even:
combination proved itself too much mce
for the East Lansing team. Barkell, Chamr *n Schaefer Comes uesda
with three goals, led the scoring,
whilp Steketee who went in the sec--
ond period scored once as also did Edouard Horemans and Welker mans appears to be absolute master
Sanregret, who played in the final Cochran broke even in their billiard of the masse. Time after time he dis-
period. matches at the Union on Wednesday. played his great ability in making this
Captain MacDuff and Kahn were Cochran succeeded in winning the aft- type of shot. At nursing the balls
conspicuous in the Michigan play, ernoon block of 400 points by the also, he has few equals. When he
while Coomb as goal keeper frustrat- score of 400 to 306, while Horemans once draws the ivories together, he
ed the M. A. C.'s attempts as the only turned around in the evening match clicks off billiard after billiard with-
score the Aggie combination counted and decisively trimmed his opponent! out moving the balls more than a
was the result of a fluke which came 400 to 67. fraction of an inch at each shot. Then
as much of a surprise to the Green It has been a long time since fol- by sending one ball to the cushion, he
and White as it did to Coomb. lowers of the game in Ann Arbor again recovers position and goes on
Negotiations are now pending fora have witnessed two such stars in ac- almost endlessly. Cochran on the
game with the Detroit Rayls for Sat- tion. Play in the afternoon match was other hand has the ability to make
urday night. Hockey has steadily marked by the consistency of Coch- more difficult shots. He pul:s himself
grown as a sport at Michigan until, ran. He was steady and while not out of a hole well and brings the balls
like swimming, it has amost out- making the high run of the game, ran together after being left a difficult set-
grown its time worn name of an in- out his 400 points in 12 innings for an up. Every kind of draw shot appears
formal sport. The schedule for this average of 33 1-3. Horemans was absurdly simple for Cochran. As the
year brings the ice game into lime- brilliant in streaks and made two masse is Horemans forte, so is the
light as an intercollegiate sport, as long runs of better than 100 each. He draw and difficult position shot Coch-
lihttth an intercollegiate sportnas -. .. a...

lag, wrested from him the titledwhich
hie had held almost undspu~ted for
neariy a score of years. ais hap-
1pei+L notbe*cause uppe was piaylng
iy y but ue .ause biaeler uisplay-
e a orand oL uixiards which had uev-
er ueiure Oeen seen. is marvelous
execuion of tne mustJhlcutn shuts
reuuueu tae ulcer spec.aLurs ot tWe
great gage nis taLer, utd-' Jake, w±.o
iu oucehe ld tue cuveet tle, used
Lopiay. it is a strange coiucidence,
aim one wncn has seiuom bee ua-
pI na4ttd in any branuc ui acdivlty, teat
a w o0-La s canuijon iatLer snouid
cave a world a caniapiou .son.
Frenca Cnampion tomes
His par ter on ur is tue youthful
x're.ciiaun wuo, ,playing for tAe nrst
Lie in nis lil in an inLernational
Leuurnainent, placed uurmn, ieaa.ng
ueni men as ±ioremans, sutton, and
.uorliiiIgsLar. 'xnuugn oniy %u years
uf age, Cunti plays a remariiable game
(runluueu un agd ki+git.)
NOTICE TO FRATERNITIES
All fraternities who do not
want to run the same house pic-
tuer in the 1922 Michiganensian
that they ran last year must get
a new picture into the Michigan-
ensian office by the end of this
f week, Fri day, Jan. 13. All new
fraternities must also get the
picture of their houseinto the of-
ice by the above date. No ex-
Itension of time will be made.
This notice is final.

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wen LIroug a number of innings
scoreaess, however, and fell before
the steadier play of Cochran.
Horemans Wins Evening Match
The exact reverse of the afternoon
game was true of the evening match.
The Belgian was at the height of his
game, while the American was plainly
off. It took Horemans but seven inn-
ings to run out for a grand average
of 57. He was master at all times,
after the game once started. In his
fourth,. fifth, and sixth innings, he,
made some 350 billiards, closing the
game with an unfinished run of 37.
Both men showed wonderful skill in
the course of the two matches. Hore-

ran 's master stroke.
Schaefer Gives Next Exhibition
On Tuesday, Jan. 11, the committee
will continue its program of securing
the best in the way of exhibitions by
staging a match of even higher order
than the one just played. Similarly
this will also be International in
flavor, but itwill also be more than
that, since the champion of the
world, Jacob Schaefer, is to be one of
the contestants and RogertConti, the
champion of France, the other.
It was Schaefer who so decisively
defeated the former champion, Willie
Hoppe, in the recent international
tournament in Chicago and by so do-

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But it can't last forever.

The Stock is waning.

Cet in while the goods are here.

Suits and O'coats going at prices as low as $10.45, $12.95, $14.80, $15.95.
IF YOU ARE GOING TO COMPARE SALES AT ALL-CCMPARE THIS WITH THE BIGGEST TORRENT OF PRICE CUTTING YOU CAN REMEMBER.
WHEN A STORE SELLS MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS AS LOW AS $10.45 YOU CAN MAKE UP YOUR MIND THAT IT IS OUT TO SELL RE-
GARDLESS OF EVEN PUBLIC OPINION.

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AGAIN WE SAY HURRY. ANTICIPATE YOUR NEEDS

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
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
99c
MEN'S NECKWEAR
Men's neckwear in regular 75c values. All re-
duced to
59C
GOLF HOSE

MEN'S SUITS
Very fine grades of suits and overcoats formerly
sold at $35, $38 and $40; Kuppenhelimer 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
$3,85
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

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. .XNicely tailored.
Regular $4.00 and $4.50 trousers reduced to
$2.98
WOOL HOSE
All our regular $1.00 quality of imported wool
hose redueed to
79c
MEN'S HOSE
Men's hose, Holeproof and others. Regular 40c
,values reduced to

MEN'S SUITS

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

$14.80

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MEN'S NECKWEAR

All men's regular $1.00 neckwear in thls sale.
Reduced to
79c

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

BOYS' MACKINAWS

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All our finest imported hose. Made by
George In Scotland, at a fraction of their cost.

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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

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