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THE MICHIGAN DAILY P

BASKETBALL SQUAD LEAVES ON TWO
GAME TRIP; MEETS BADGERS, ILLIN

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Rea, Miller, Ely, Klpke, Cappon,
lurks, Reason, Whitlock, Paper
Make Trip
WISCONSIN TEAM HEADS BIG
'jAEA IN A 0Ex1Ata JuUMN
Coach Mather and nine members of
the Wolverine Varsity basKetbali squad
left at 8: U o'cloca this morning or
Maaison, Wisconsin, wnere,/Milcugan
will meet the isaiger live Saturday
night in the Cardinais first home game
of the season. Wisconsin, with a vet-
eran team, is "at present heading the
Conference with two victories, over
Northwestern and Iowa, and no de-
feats. In the Iowa game last Saturday
at Iowa City, the Badgers won a nip
and tuck game by the narrow margin
of 18 to 15. The Hawkeyes had many
more shots at the basket than did the
Wisconsin men but the majority of
their attempts went wild. Wisconsin,
on the other hand, depended entirely
up the smooth running team work
of its veterans, its Iloor pass, and long
shots for the basket. Iowa's five man
defense kept the Badgers out of the
foul circle. Michigan uses the five
man defense in much the same way
as do the Iowians and if Captain Rea,
Miller, and Ely are able to hit the
basket with their long shots, the Wol-
verines should be able to upset the
Badger's game.r
Wisconsin Fast
Coach Mather's men face a difficult
task in. stopping ex-Captain Taylor,
the high scoring Wisconsin forward,
and Rollie Williams of football fame,
who runs the floor at guard. These

two men have been the bulwark of the
Wisconsin offense in previous games.
It is not unlikely that Harry Kipke
will be played at forward against
Williams. If Coach Mather elects to
use Kipke1 at this position a royal
battle should ensue for "Kip" isthe
fastest man on the squad and was
played in prep school days ataguard.
Gibson and Johnson alternate at cen-
ter for the Badgers although Gibson
is certain to start at the tip-off posi-
tion. To Captain Rea and Cappon will
be delegated the duty of watching Tay-
lor and Caesar.
On Monday night the Wolverines
meet the Illini at Urbana. Illinois has
not yet opened its Conference sched-
ule but meet the Buckeyes at Columbus
Saturday. Illinois led by Captain
Carney, whose injured knee is now
healed, leads the Indian attack. Car-
ney has been high scorer for his team
in every one +bf the pre-season con-
tests except the recent encounter with
Butler college which Illinois won 30
to 28. In this match, Carney was cov-
ered at all times and was unable to
register a field basket.
IllIni Long Passers
Coach Winters' Indians depend upon
the long pass game in contrast to the
short passing used by many of the
other big teams. Illinois' only ser-
ious opposition was in the Butler
game. Butler is coached by Pat Page.
old Maroon mentor, *ho is the chief
sponsor of the long passing and long
shot game formerly employed by the
Chicago quintets. Against this style
of game Illinois' defense allowed a high
score but whether this fact was due to

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any weakness in the Indian defense or
to the ability of theButler forwards
'on long shots is hard to say. More
will be known regarding the strength
of the I1lini after their opening Big
Ten game at Columbus Saturday.
The following men were taken on
the trip with Coach Mather: Captain
Rea, Cappon, Ely, Miller, Kipke, Reas-
on, Whitlock, Birks, and Paper.
TRACK TEAM TO STAGE
RELAY MEET TOMORROW1

Michigan's Varsity track team is to
stage a relay carnival all of its own
ac Waterman gymnasium on Saturday
dtei'noon, Jan. 14, accoraing to an-
nounutement made oy Uoaca i rarreil.
Tne races will be strictiy a home af-
iair, only members of the Varsity
squad participating. Advance dope
does not point to any danger of rec-
ords being broken, but, on the otherl
nand, traca enthusiasts who turn out
mnay expect to witness some hotly con-!
jested races. The first race will be-
gn promptly at 3 o'clock.
In the six lap relay in which each
of the four men on each team will run
a lap and a half, Sargent will captain
the team composed of Chubb, Purdy,
Goldwater, in opposition to the team
of Kelley, Tarvie, Walter and Burke,'
captain. .
The 12 lap relay in which each man
will run three laps should prove to
be a thriller. Lewis will lead a team
consisting of Martin, Seamans and
Rankin against such sprinters as
Thomas, Davis, Morton under the cap-
taincy of Joyner.
Douglass, Weeks, Dunklin and Ear-
hart will vie with the team of Gib-
son, Hattendorf, Palhamus and Red
in the two mile relay. The first named
of each quartette will act as captain.
The long distance relay race will
(Continued on Page Eight)

ILLINOIS' OPENS SEASON
TOMORROW AGAINST, OHIO
(By Sam 0. ShapIro)
Sport Staff Illini Daily
Victorious in all her pre-season
games but yet far from the form of a
Big Ten championship contender, Illi-
nois opens her Conference basketball
season next Saturday night at Colum-
bus against the Buckeyes, deefated by
Chicago. When Michigan comes to
Urbana on the Monday after the Ohio
game, the Illini will get their first1
real test of the season.
Coach Frank J. Winters' team de-
feated Knox, Millikin, Notre Dame, Il-
linois Wesleyan and Butler, but out-
side of occasional flashes of form has
looked decidedly off color. Butler,
conquerors of Wisconsin and .Chicago,
SPA LDING
Basket Ball
When purchasing equip-
ment forbasket ball or
any athletic sport,insist
upon SPALDING'S. Sat-
isfaction is inevitable.
Catalogue on request
A.G.SPALDING&BROS.j
211 So. State St., Chicago '

forced the locals to the limit in order
to emerge on the long side of the
score.
The regular five wil lhe composed
of Capt. Chuck Carney, Walquist, Sa-
bo, Stilwell and Collins. The last
named has been out of the game for a
week with a bum foot, but it is ex-
pected that he will be in shape to start'
the Conference season.
All Illini's hopes rest on Chuck
Carney. The Illini leader favors his
game leg and it is still a matter of
doubt whether he will be able to en-
dure the rigors of the expected hectic
Big Ten title struggle. Stilwell,
sophomore center, has been the findl
of the season and is counted on as
Carney's first, assistant for the scor-
ing column.
SENIOR SOCIETY ANNOUNCES
OFFICERS FOR NEXT SEMESTER
Senior society held their semi-an-
nual election yesterday with the fol-
lowing results: Euphemia Carnahan,
rexelected president; Juliet Peddle,
vice-president; Margaret Zellar, secre-
tary; and Florence Shirey, treasurer.

GOOD THINGS TO EAT
Fruit Salad............25c
Head Lettuce Salad ........25c
Chicken Sandwich .........25c
Club Sandwich ...........50c
Special Steak Dinner ......5c
Del cious Soup.. ........15c
Fine Home-Made Pie......10c
READY TO SERVE
11-2 5.7
CLUB LUNCH-440c
FULL DINNER-60c
SPECIAL
SUNDAY DINNER
12 TO 2 P. M.
$1.00
WILLITS .
Phone 173
315 SOUTH STATE STREET

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101-105 South Main Street. 330 South State Street
(Nickels Arcade)

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WANTED
WANTED-We deliver anything in the
line of lunches up to 11 P. M. every
night free. We serve a 40c meal
which includes soup, choice of four
meats, vegetables, bread, dessert
and drink. Menu changed twice
daily. Ham's Lunch, 531 Forest Ave,
1526-M. 76-4
WANTED-Seven clean-cut men with
sales ability to work during Easter
vacation in Ann Arbor and nearby
towns. A good opportunity for men
who can qualify. For particulars
see Mr. Leader, 232 Nickels Arcade.
79-2
WANTED - Second semester, two
quiet, refined University men for
suite close to campus. Address L.
H. W., care Daily. 77-3
WANTED-To give lessons on tenor
or dixie banjo and mandolin. Get
started right. See Akin at 547 Elm
St. Phone 2308-M. 78-2
WANTED-Young student to work as
part payment for room. Address A.
S. Care Daily. 77-3
WANTED-Good rooms near hill and
E: University. Call 732. 78-2
WANTED - Roommate. One block
from campus. $2.65 week. 1471-M. 79

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Lady has pleasant, warm,
front second floor room to share.
Near business, three blocks from
campus. Inquire 114 N. Division. 79
FOR RENT -- Large front suite for
ladies or married couple. Not light
housekeeping. 910 E. Washington.
79
FOR RENT-A very desirable front
suite for two students. In quiet
home. Phone 2545-M. 79-2
FOR RENT-Two large front rooms
in new house. -Apply 1011 Church
St. 79-6
FOR RENT-Rooms near campus, now
or second semester. Address S. N.,
care of Daily. 77-3
FOR RENT-Rooms for three men.
Phone 1194-M. 422 E. Washington
St. 78-4
FOR RENT-Room, 214 S. Ingalls St.
Phone 854-J. $3. 77-3
FOR SALE
FOR SALE--BOOKS-Harvard Class-
ics, Larned's History of the World.
The World's Great Works, History of
the World's War, Dicken's Works,
Shakespeare's Works. 910 E. Wash-
ington. 79
FOR SALE--One baritone saxophone,
one slide trombone, one banjo, two
drums, one dress suit. Call 936-W.
79-3
FOR SALE-. A Monarch typewriter,
cheap. Call 2878-R, afternoons and
evenings., 77-3
FOR SALE-Dress suit. Size 40. Phone
2488-M. 78-2
LOST
LOST'-A leather note-book with name
on cover in gilt letters. A reward of
five dollars will be given if the find-
er will please return to Elsie Town-
send, 602 Monroe St.r 79'i
LOST--Sheepskin coat, Jan. 2, on in-
terurban care going to Jackson. Re-
ward. W. D. Butler, 810 S. Univer-
sity. 470-M. 79-3

MEN'S
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$15.00 $18.75 $22.50
$26.25 $30.00 $3175
$10.00 $12.00 $15.00
$18.75 $22.50 $26.25
$30.00 $33,75 $3750

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$10.00

MEN'S(
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$12.50

Underwear, Caps, Night Pajamas, Wool Hose
Gloves and Mitts, Wool Shirts, Dress Shirts
All Selling at 20 per cent Less

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Boy'sIinlccrL~o~cr ants going at..

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Boys' Underwear, Night Shirts, Pajamas, Caps,)h
Gloves and Mittens, Blouses, at ............ ... 20% LESS

MISCELLANEOUS

AN EXCELLENT opportunity for three
to six students to obtain board with
good cooking. Rates reasonable. No
other boarders. Two meals if prefer-
red. 1108 Willard St. 79-2
FURNITURE Repairing, Upholstering,
Refinishing, Caning. Verne Smith.
Phone 2616-R. 78-15
DANCE TO 'some mean music every
Saturday night at Woodman Hall.
Everybody come. 79-2

Another Case of Men's Hose Received
SIX PAIRS FOR $1.50, GUARANTEED FOR SIX MONTHS WITHOUT DARNING.
DO SO THEY WILL BE REPLACED WITH NEW ONES.

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LOST-Large bill-book containing in-
surance papers, probably on Forest
Ave. 207 So. Ingalls. Phone 1808-M.
79
LOST-Keys and 23-M pipe. Saturday,
night. Call Frederick, 1270-J. Re-
ward. 77-$

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