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THE MICHIA DAILY-

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KEY REIIESHOWS CREDITABRLE
SEASON FgOWOLVERINE ICEMEN

Coach~ Bars. Jt anicape*ped by LFlliigl a nucleus of Comb, goal, McDuff and
Varw«aid Positionzs with Green Kahn,7 defense men, was a dire one,
HellI as the service s of B~arkell, center,
Lkerr and Sanregret, wings, of the
ELIGIBLITYX $NX ADDS', T 1922 informal hockey team, had been
4IjJUIIIS C PJPLI4Yt MJlost through graduation.
39 to 4 3 Men Turn Out
Starting the season with the small-j Between 30 and '40 men reported
est amount of experienced material' for the initial workout, only a hand-
thait has reprted to nv orf the Mich-.Ifull of themn disinlavinsY anv ab5lilty tha~t

efirsi treion hse o teoe down to a comnparatively low level. ity, he must be considered when nextI
e poitheorishic f I- Captain McDuff, left defense, played year's team. is chosen.
ivps{r hard and conscientiously in all of Coach Barss saw fit to use Beres-
lowed immediately after the Wiscon- h ry.Ietkshspaebsde'odaohrnwmn tlf ig
sin series, the Wolverines encounter- th ry.H ae i lc eil fraohrnwmn tlf ig
dsifr opstownn the}th rest .of the successful Wolverine; He soon developed into a dangerous
"IIcaptains because of the stabilizing
game fromn the Badgers, but losing, influence he exerted' over his team- and fast man. At all times he was in)3
the second. Minnesota was played the; mates in all of the battles. His in-I the game with every ounce of energy
following week, but the Varsity were dividual rushes aided the forward that he had and soon proved that he
unable to solve the Gopher attack wall in almost every instance. Inhaaneefrpitgtnscig
and ncontee~l two efetsal-Kahn, Captain McDuff had an ablej
though they fought to the last ditch. (teammate and the teamwork of these a goal in each of the last three games.
Notre Dame took the Wolverines in- mnwscnpcout~tms d He is another man that must be
to camp on the next stop and furth- die played spectacular at times, of- watched in selecting men for future
er cinched their claim to the West- ten carrying the rubber through his lineups, as he has another year at'
ern Intercollegiate championship. opnnst h oltnes l Michigan. Henderson, who was used'
The last game before the first sem- 'of whom seemed to be unusually con- at center after Lindstrorn's departure,i
ester examinations was played with sitetdnevwrtnghiofnapefot almost over night into the
sseti hwrighs ia forsfaQI clz.ar a n f3haffch nt ofn t

high. among the possibilities, as hie
gives great promise of b~ecoining even
better than he has been.
Sarazen Defeated
In 38 Hole Match
Miami Fla. March 1-(By A. P.)-j
Jim Barnes former national open golf
champion, and Johinny Farrel, 'of
Qnuaker. Ridge Golf club, Maramlonec't,
N. Y., defeated gene Sarazen, present
national open chaim,pion, and Jock
Hutchis on, former British open title
holder, in 38 holes in their mhatch on
the HollyWood links today.

ITexas--Florenz Zlegfield has con
sented to act as judgein a beaut;
contest to be held for the girls of tli
university here. The winer of th,
comnpetition9flwill be award ed a. handJ
painted porcefaln miniature of hersel
valued at $75.
!Have you read the "Daily Classiflei
Column" yet todayr?-Adv.

-IIDERIS PEN SHOP
The fourntain of pen satis-
factiorn.

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igan -hockey coaches of the last three

G ye~ars, '.uacu ars, v asitynouey;
mentor, took the material at his qls-
posal, solved the problem 'of filling

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the positions. in the forward wall from
a, dozen green men and turned out a
team that was a success, finishing the
season with an average of .500.
Before hockey was launched as an
official minor Varsity -hockey sport
many of the officials were skeptical
over the 'pr~spect of getting' enough
people ,out to support the team in its .
endeavors, but that is past now, forl
the fans gave ample proof of their
faith in Coach Barss and his squad,
when Ahey turned out in ever in-
creasing numbers as the season ad-
vanced the attendance, record being
decisively broken when more than
800 lusty throats cheered the Wolver-
ines to victory in their last home
game with Wisconsin.
When Coach Barss held the first
practice session his 'problem of or-
ganiging a winning combination..from

jAssumption andtihfe Wolverines j or further poitns.
was worth noting, wvhen the calibre Igi a ob otne wt h eut rtfii
of the teams that Michigan was short end of a 4 to 1 score, which Theswaysin whichteforwarwal
scgt heu e opa n h hr was given to them by a team of vet- worked itself into Coach Barss' style
lntoftepreliminary season was !erans. o lyi ceial.Astesao
considered. But Coach Barss had "Io lyi rdtbe stesao
hopes, for Kahn and McDuff hadI When the smoke had cleared away progressed the results were gratify-
worked togetlner for two years, hay- from inte imid-year tests it was found! ing to the Varsity mentor, the men
in deeoe ucsflsyeo hat Lindstrom had succumbed to the ldisplaying unlooked for ability in
! strain and that the team would have ' many of the tight places of the game.
teamwork, andl Comb had plenty of to be reorganized. Henderson was Anderson, at right wing, played hardi
ntrlaiiyweei aet el picked to fill Lindstrom's place at and fast when given a chance. He
ingth puck frarn entering the cage. cente:. graduates with Comb, McDuff, and
Working hard wvtih the men dur- Injuries to Anderson in the first Kahn next June. Many of the coax-1
ing the short period before the open- game with M\innesota at Ann Arbor binations that were thrown at theI
ing of the season, the Varsity mentorfutedeeedhesad ndP-i Wolverines as the opposition swept
perurecteddtheteteahelayadtonsuchtan
perectd te eanlily ta uchanerinan was handed a reg ar inob. !up the ice were brokeni and demoral-
extent that the Wolverin s were able TeGpescped te frta-Iized by the effective maneuvering o
to (eetteadesith st T he fiu Gopes cothe ~ed tirs f go
contetein angArbor thfistwfarblottheesgames ttto. the I Lindstrom, who played at center d ur-
contstsin An Amor Thee gmesWolverines when they rose to their1 ing the first semester. He still has two
were experimental in nature, as the peak individualy, and in teamplay , more years in which to play hockey,
coach wished to find out who couldI during the last minutes of the se -and if he can surmount his ineligibil-
put up the best game against the fast
style of play that is' mxaintained i nd a game and scored three goals i
quick succession. Kahn and Hender- Try a Classified A-it pays.-Adv.
thxe Western Intercollegiate hockeysocntiue marilywhter
lege oay eesodAdesn rushes and shots during this period.I
Lindstrom, Henderson, and Hoskings I ,isJgei~'ast ACD IADWRPI
handled themselves- creditably, thel The season was officially closed IcPESAOWG PH
when Notre Dame opposed the Var- Thi
siin the first game of the season. I'T i Space
THIS Entrin th clmax of he ashng-wil be utsed by
COLMN y ton's birthday ice carnival with, A
COLUMN wakened forward line, the~ Wolver-
AT s~ 4Ines were unable "to solve the variedCOE onluhsfteCacliswihG G IE
was aided greatly by-the lightning
like rushes of," Paul Castner, Notre Wowl atmttoaos
Dame captain, and left the ice onj o r it r s e ad n
,DLY1the wrong end of a 5 to 1 score,.oritrs eadn
N In commenting upon the playing ofj a certain date-
rod a dray, ~d in advance. Mli- the mxen that composed the Varsity'
Mium thereafter, 2c Three sqa'nigte atsao o
WGblte spem ch~iarged frr at rats sqa uig h aIIsao o AR Q" H i
irged only to thos having phones. I !much cannot be saidl of the work of
se tt c ract paidInadace f Combil at goal. He was a tower ofj What is going to happen?
I strength throughout the season and
IwasresponsibletoaI'lI bet it's good.
wa-esosil-t great extent
"_________________ for keeping the opposition's points ( =

LaOLest SflOu4Lr anu es5 U LOL O, vu *AA L1Jt
team. To him goes the major part of)
the credit for winning the last game
with Minnesota. 1His uncanny eye saw
openings in the Gopher defense andI
in two instances he wva rewarded I
with a point, the last one winning the
game. Michigan loses another 'good
Iman in him when he accepts his)
sheepskin next suzmmer. Peterman,1
although playing in a position entire-
ly new to him, gave a splendid ac-
count of himself at wing, and proved
Sbe a, valuable man. When strong
imen for next year's Varsity defense!
are being picked his name will rank

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Packard Dancing Acadeni

ANNOUNCES,

The opening, of a Beginner's Dancing :Clss for menQoly.
Monday, March 5, 1923. 8 to 10 p. nt.

TERMS

$1.0 a Lc.esol

Collr a of '12 Le yons, $10,08

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The following Box Replies are at the1
Daily office; LEB, KD, nFTA, GW.1
RHBJ, LOS,. CBS, BNJ, C$, E.CP, 18.
3043. .108-50
LOST-Grey Steinblp~ch overcoat ..off
th froor, Ch rnstry Building, bie-
tween 10 and 11 Wednesday. Re-
ward offereOl. Phone Black, 1363-J.
10 8-2
LOST-Feb. 13 in Hill auditoriuri.
Nose glasses in case, stamped Ed-
gert-Reber Optical Co. Finder
please :call 548-J. 1.07-3
LOST-Gold fountain pen without
cap, between Betsy Barbour and S.
Wing of 13. Hall. Telephone Miss
Wilson. 3237. 1.09
LOST-$ilver Eversharp pencil,' en-
graved. on side S. L. B. Finder
please call 147-J. 108-2
LOST-Rder fountain pen, atdmPed
B. E. 'Laidlaw. Call 1010-M'. te2
ward. 108-2
LOST-Small' open thin cased wateri).
with "Al" fob. Call 96.$-R. 109-2
M1ISCELLANEOUJS'
WIRELESS-for sale. Short wav()
regenerative detector .and two step
amplifier, and Magnavox, $130. Or
will sell without Magnavox. An idea i
set for, fraternity or private use.
Call Pierce at the Daily or 93-R.
109-a+
GENUINE ULTRA VIOLET. ray treat-
ment," excellent for the scalp. Makes
the hair grow and renews its lust-
er:. Coftrteous' treatment. Call 1471-
W. MRS. J. W. PHELAN, 812 Mon-
roe. 107-21

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F"OlR SALE
FOR SALE-Lot on Martin Place,
88x145. This is one of the best lots
that can be bought on the east side.
SFine location for home, fraternity,
sorority. Must be sold in 30 days,
Call Herman Folske, phone 1027 or
2030-M. Evenings. 10~
FOR SALE-52 acre farm 1 mile from
University, good 7 room house, A-1
piace, city water, new basement.
barn. Plenty fruit. Inquire JOHN
W. H FRRIT, South,. State St., AnA
Arbor, M~ich.' 107-t
FOR SALEi-Best building lot 85x200,
east end Dorset Road. Ihigh land.
Many smiall trees. Bargain. DR.
SHIURZ, 703-R. 107-3
FOR SALE-Raincoats, Cravenettes.
directly from factory. Save yon
money. Satisfaction guaranteedl.
ISIMONS, 2846-J. 107-21
FOR SALE-.45 Colt Automatic and a)j
.22 Stevens Tar~get pistol. E. D.)
Blair, 1213 S State St. 107-21
FOR R~ ENT
FOR RENT-Comfortable room for
two. Five minutes from campus.
Very reasonable. 409-J. 523 MACK
ROAD. 107-3I
FOR RENT-Large house, recently
decorated. All modern convenienc-
es. Situation well out. Call 800-1I
M after 6 P. M. 108-2
FOR RENT-First floor housekeeping
suite. Laundry in basement. OneI
block fromh campus. 1317-R. 203,
S. Thayer. 108-2
FOR RENT-First floor suite. Latun-I
dry in basement. One block from
campus. 1317:.R. 203 S. Thayer.
108-21
FOR RENT-Suite and single room in
private home. Gentlemen prefer-
red. Tel. 563-J. MRS. TUBBS.
107-31
FOR RENT-Large front room to
couple or ladies. 33 E. Huron~l
2895-M. 109-1 j
FOR RENT-Desirable suite on Mon-'
roe St. close to campus. Call 231.
108-2
BOARD
BOARD-For 2 or 3 more boys. No
breakfast or Sunday meal. 481-1M. {
807 E. Washington. 109-2f

MAY

FESTIVAL

HILL AUDITORIUM

Ann Arbor

1. WEDNESDAY EVENING, May 16
MlISCELLANEOUS PROGRAM
Benia Dl 1110 igli, Tenor, soloist.
The Ciceago SymphIioty Orchestra
Thle University Chi t FUnion
lFrederick Stock and Earl V. Noore, Conductors
2. THURSDAY EVENING, May 17
HO0LST EVENING
Nlabelle Addison, Contralto, and
ErmitRitbensteili, Violinist, Soloi'ts.
4,1The Ciago Symph~dony Orchestra
The Jniyersity (Coradl Unioni
tOustav Holst, F~rederick Stock, and Earl V. Moore, Con-
ductors.

3. FRIDAY AFTERNQON, May 18
CHILDREN'S CONCERT
!Siizanine YKeener, Soprano, and
Arthi r Kraft, Tenor, soloists.
Chorus of School Chilidreni
George Offa ;W enConductor
4. FRIDAY EVENING, May 18

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FIRST CLASS LAUNDERING--hand-
work.' Guaranteed , service. Silk
shirt§ a specialty. 'Hing Lee's 121
E. Ann. 105-6
FLINT STUDENTS-H{eated sedan-
leaves Friday nights returning Sun-.
day night. R~ailroad 'rates. Phone
1394-J. 97-21
$1.25 PER LOAD. Ashes and rubbish
hauled. Call 569-J. 104-6
1E FACTORY
ANN ARBOR CUSTOM SHOE FAC-
TORY. Bring your repairs wherel
shoes are made. Crepe soles at-
tached to your shoes. $2.75. Bring
them, in today. Made-to-measure
orders-one week service. Sais-
faction guaranteed or money re-
turned. 534 Forest Avenue. Call
3043. 198-21,
KODAK FINI~{SHING
FILMS-Developed and Printed by
our own photographers. Leave
films at any of our stores today,1
.get prints tomorrow night. Calk-
ins Flether Drug Co. 109-21

ARTIST PROGRAM
Florence llacBetl, Soprano, and
Guiseppe Datise, :Baritone.
The Ch cago Symphony Orclie~tr#
Fredaerick Stocg, Condnuctor

You'll like the lines of the,
spring suits fnd, tCopcoats, the
rich fabrics and superb tailr-
ing. You'll like the pri ces
too, for the'.y're modestly low

5. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, May 19
SYMPHONY PROGRAM
Erinest Scihelig, Pianist
Tie Chicago Symphony Orchestra
'i'ce U~niversity Choral Union
Frederick Stock, Conductor
6. SATURDAY EVENING, May 19
SAMSON AND DELILAH-S4INT-SAENS
Janie Gordon, Contralto
(ltir~slesgr~hall, Tenor
Clarenice WhitehxiIJ, Baritone
Jfendr Scott, Bass-Baritone
I-T ho ChiMgca Symnphony Orchestra
Th~ie University Choral Union
Frederick Stock, Conductor

$30ab

$45

THO Y..W.- C. A. is serving a fish orj
egg dish every day during Lent.0I
TYPEWRITING
W ANTED-Theses, notes, etc., by ex-1
pert typist. Reasonable rates and;
Iprompt service. Call 97 or 447-R,
Ypsilanti, Miss Oberlin. 108-3
WANTED-Typewriting, copying, of
notes, theses, letters, etc. Mrs.
fWisbin. Phone 586. 105-21j
(TYPEWRITING" wanted. Theses,
notes, any work. 12 CENTS a page.
Phone 2278-W. 81-21
WANTED

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andl other fine. makes

TC KETS

BUSIIESS OfPORTI IT"
if you wanit to try the selling game{
spring vacation see H. J. Leader.
622 E. Liberty. Phone 3221-3 across
from Speddings Studio. 109-SQ'

Course tickets may be ordered by mail. The orders will be filled
in the orde~r of receipt and tickeats will be mailed out about April 1, by
ocrinary mail at purchasers' ris~k unless accompanied by 10 cents
additional for registration.
BLOCK "A". Remaining seats in ,oe three center sections on
thxe Main Floor, and i the first ten rows of the first balcony, 87.A40 eaeb.
BLOJCK W . Remaining seats in the twQo side sections on the
Main F'loor, and in the last five rows of thlFrtBagn,$zO ah
BLOCK "". Remaining seats in 'the Second Balcony Front

Thy

Reule Conlin

Company
Mrain Street at Washington

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