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ng. last. The injury will prevent Profes-
of the sor Edmonsdn from attending the ed-
ing rap- ucation'al conference which will be
ct frac- held in Chicago the latter part of Feb-
Sunday ruary.

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Special Sunday Dinner
ng Room Open Wednesday, Friday and Saturday Evenings
9:00 to 12:30 for the Convenience of Dance Patrons
"Service and Prices Right"

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11l ampus Mixer
hbodes' Bros. Orchestra

HOCKEY TEAM -RUN S UP -
Michigan won a fast hockey game
from M. A. C., Thursday, when they
succeeded in running up nine goals, at
the same time holding the Aggies
scoreless. Michigan had little difi-
culty in winning, for the offense
worked with smoothness and preci-
sion; the most pleasing feature of
which was the Wolverines' splendid
combination play. These, coupled wit
the impregnable defense, Were too
much for the Farmers to overcome.
Barkell was the individual luminary
of the contest.
The team is now in the best form
of the season. It should be going at
top speed when they meet Wiscdnsin
next Friday afternodn.
Summary "of the game is as fol-
lows:
Goals--Michigan, Barkell 5, Steke-
tee 2, Sanregret 1, Macduff 1.
Read Michigan Daily Ads and you
will buy wisely.-Adv.y
Try a Daily Want Ad. It pays.-Adv.
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a 'NOBODY
1 at least no Michigan man a3
a ever played Billiards here
~ Tey ONCE!
They are all repeaters.
The more often and reg- y
ula rly you play, the
greater your enjoyment.
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NEW COMIAINWILL BE EMPLOYED
BY WOLVERINES5 IN BADGER CONTEST

IICHIG A N UNIO N
Saturday 2.30 to 5.30

Coach Mather to Use Birks and Pape
at Guard in Effort to Aid.
the Offense
CARDINAL PLAY IS BUILT
UPON FAMOUS FLOOR PASS
Coach Mather has sent the Varsity
basketball team through rigorous
work during the past week in prepa-
ration for the contest with the Badger
quintet this evening in Waterman
gymnasium. -The Wolverines have
been on the short end of close scores
in 'every game they have lost this
year and Coach Mather has been drill-
ing his men with an eye toward
strengthening Michigan's offense and
thus remedying a defeat that has cost
the Varsity four games this year.
Defense Good
The defensive work has been bet-
ter than that of any other five In the
Conference but Michigan's', scoring,
however, has not matched its defense
in any of the games, save, possibly,
the recent fray with O. S. U. In this
game the Wolverines literally walked
through the Buckeye guards and shot
baskets almost at will while Cappon
and Rea held Dudley and Greenspun,
the highly touted Scarlet and Grey for-
wards, to a total of four counters from
the floor.
At Indiana Michigan held its oppon-
ents to the surprisingly low score of
three field baskets yet the Wolverines
succumbed to the Hoosier attack by a
one point margin when Miller was the
only Maize and Blue, forward able to
successfully penetrate the Indiana de-
fense, although numerous chances .to
score were lost by Michigan. The same
fault was evident in the Badger
Michigan game at Madison Jan. 14
when the Badgers were held scoreless
during the second half yet were able
to win in an overtime period when
Michigan failed to send the ball
through the ring when a basket meanti
the game. With Wisconsin tonight and
Iniliana Monday night playing on the
Waterman gymnasium floor Coach
Mather hopes to increase the Wolver-
Ines' scoring prowess without weaken-
ing the formidable defense he has
already constructed.
New Combination Tonight.
With a more powerful'scoring ma-
chine in view the Varsity ixtentor has
decided to open the fray with a new
combination: Miller and Kipke will.
remaini as forwards and Ely at aen-
tor, but Paper an'd Birks'will be -ta-
tidned at guard. .Paper' will play the
floor while Birks will play back and
defend the Michigan basket. Both of
these men have played on the Varsity
this year. Birks played in the open-
ing games andkcreated a highly fav-
orble impression by the manner in
which he broke upathe opposing com-
binations. Mike Paper rill ;be inject-
ed into the play principally because of
his speed, which should prove to be a
big asset in foiling the dribbling of
Rollie Williams and Taylor, two of
the Badger stars.
Paper has apparently found himself
in the .past few weeks and excluding
Kipfe is the fastest man on the squad.
The Varsity will need to travel at a
fast clip in order to elude the Cardin-
al offense, which has proved highly ef-
fective in every game this year. The
antics of Paper and Kipke have appar-
etly speeded up the Wolverine at-
tack, while Miller and Ely both gave
good accounts of themselves on the
last trip.
.~Badgers Anxious to Come Back
Coach Meanwell's men met with the

worst disaster they have encountered
this year when they struck a snag in
the lowly Hawkeye team. The Iowans
were scarcely conceded a chance with
the Badgers at Madison yet their ma-
chine got under way and led Wiscon-
sin throughout the game, winning by
the score of 24 to 18. The Badgers
were weakened by the ' absence of
Tebell ,but he will be in shape to-,
night. The Wisconsin floor pass will
undpubtedly be in evidence tonight for
Dr. Meanwell has built his attack
around this weapon.
If the new Wolverine combination
can increase its scoring and at the
same time successfully combat the
Cardinal floor pass it should be able
to down the flying Badgers.
The Craftsmen are' giving a Wash-
.ington Birthday Party at Barbour
Gymnasium, Tuesday night, Feb. 21.
All Master Masons invited. Please pro-
cure tickets from hmembers or at
Quarry's Drug Store, before night of
dance.-Adv.
Something for sale? a Classified
Ad in The Daily will find a buyer.-
Adv.

LANDER
FOR
LOWER
Phone 294-F2 Phone 294-F1
Branch Store, 715 N. University Ave. 320 E. Liberty St
WHITrNEY THEATRE
UNDAY, FEBRUARY
SAM H. HARRIS Presents
EO Ih BgCONAus cOMEDIAN
1n the Biggest Musical Hit on- Earth'

HANDBALL MEN OUT
IN SECOND ROUNL
Michigan's representatives were bol
eliminated in the second round of th
A. A. U. tri-state handball tournamen
of the ,Allegheny Mountain Handba
association held on Wednesday at
Thursday of this week at the Clevelar
Athletic club. In his match Gehrin
hurt his already weakened back at
although he finished he was unab:
to enter the doubles with Sanchez a
had been planned.
Gehring was defeated by Seivert wh
several years ago was national chan
pion but not until the older man ha
been forced to work. The scores wei
21 to 13 and 21 to 11 and Sanchez wa
also defeated by similar scores 21 i
14 and 21 to 17 by Goldman who is a
presenit the champion of Ohio. Bot
men were out of condition, ;Sanche
having 4 cold and a headache whi
his teammate was troubled by hi
back which he hurt at Ann Arbo
previously.
The matches were played on th
regulation box courts and the Mich
gan players were at a loss for tU
courts at Waterman gymnasium hav
no side walls and are not exactly rei
ulation size.
Dance at C. of C. .Inn. Wed., Fr
and Sat. nights. General admission.-
;Adv.

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Ladies Free

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now is1 the time you need them and we have all kinds in wool, the p lain colored, large size, all wool
Blank ts, the patterned and fringed Robes and the plaid Double bed blankets at prices to suit.
0. D. Wool Army Shirts, Saturday only at $2.75
ats, Sheepskins, Corduroy Reefers, Underwear, Gloves, Hose, Shoes,
Leather Bags, Brief Cases, etc., now at lowest prices.
Torn Wye Knit Coats, Vests and Sweaters of all kinds.
'plus Supplies Store, 213 1 4th Ave.
"It pays to walk a few blocks"

Mn'ff A GRAND OLD NAMEb
50-PEOPLE-50 AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA
A WHIRLWIND OF, SPEED AND "PEP" CHORUS
" The Wonder-Show of All Times "

Prics $1.00 TO $2.50

Seats Selling

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All men's winter shoes and oxfords,

values up to $11.00, now
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Lecture Course

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Pearoe

$6.65
Wahr's Shoe Store
108 S. Main'

"Our Commonn Interests in the Pacific"

I Auditorium

8 o~clock

Admission $1.00

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