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TVF T~N4TtHJG-AN lDAILY

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ristest Pursuit Plane in World
Gives America War 'Mastery of Sky

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HAN'rIS T0ACK CAL0NL ON 'ki MYTHICL TEAM.

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With two extra men on the forward
f ense men Barss will probably play
te substitution game to the limit: to-
.ight not only to save the men as
miuch as possible but because of the
advantage it will give the Masize and
Blue. The pace will be terrific for
firs" few moments at least and
the team that can rush the strongest
r'eserves into the fray should have an
adva:n4'ae.

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mnen on each side are thet goal tend-,I other, th.e man receiing the pas:
er, tw,,o defense men. a center, and 'must be straight across from the pas
twvo "wings. iser. Other infractions are kicking the
j RUlC Forbidl "Rom"gh1ing" - puck, tripping, slashing, or otherwisi
P laying rules forbid anythling in. unnecessarily roughing an opponent
the nature 'of a forwaZrd pa.'s Nh,(:h! or the m'or~ e 1~otl violation of th(
stops the play when detected andm is rule:; the offender is put out of thm
officially called an offside. That in game for one, two, or three minute,
w h n t o m e b r f a t a n a e ca - s t e -a e m y b n i e~ niryin the puck tow ard the opponent's left short handed until he is a llow e ,
goal and one passes the puck to the' t return.

9 d i iEutHN*12ZCANDIDATES
PORnT TOlEA IALI.
('OX (

I'RES;",BURF al' RATEf{S WTh.r

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During the first few weeks of prac- j In a conzesus vote taken by the Rom-
tice Coach Archie Hahn, of the fresh- 'iepesvipn bureau oNe
man track team. has gathered together Yor k of nearly e very important prss
more than 1_25 inossible track men. ;a -ohspce nAlAeia
Coach Hahn is at present feelingi them ma ohsrikda AlAeia
cnfootball- team, Michigan was shown the
ouct in various events so that he ex favolrite over every other team in tine;f
obtain u. line on their respective abil-z
t e.The e ar imoigan country. Seven men from the Varsity,
. cuad were given berths, in the ar-
geiicing into fair condition, but this io'smythlici4 first teams .chosen. to
year's freshman team is considerably ;represent America:, giing the Varzsity
weaker than that of last year. in all a total of 365 votes.
T'elegraphic mneetis will be plannedI These me n are Kipk f .Kirk, Go !el
wiO) Illinois and Wisconsin an~d will ,.Ut~izp. Mihedan ltol :
be0 held later in the year vhen the men T nt-tr sholin alpae
.ye in better shatpe ,fo- competition. OeO mrIano t esioeO
Thfese mee1ets were held last year for the teams. Iowa was a close secondo.
the first time and were (decidedly su on the list being represented -lby fiV(e
(Oesftul. With the exception 0f coni men who wire gvn35vts hl
lzetition with the Varsity men these FCentr' was gvenast4schotos, ple
telegraphic meets are the only formI one; manl being giv en 22 votes.
of ivarythat the freshman ha ck ?111e(,New Verk Sum~ n sneaking of
t~azz anobtain as there Ns a ru c lel Jimh various teams listed by sports 1
the Big Ten agreementithat saysa thlat writers said, "The Wolverines were

D-12 MOTOR
Skeleton View of New Curtiss
P'ursuit Plane, Showing Metal
Construction...+

Great interest has been aroused in
thiis series and it is expected, that ca-
na city crowd:cs xwill watc;h 1both games.
T'e ice at th<2 Coliseum was g oo(I last
it;[It when the Varsity wvent 1 brougpli
a It ,orkout: and should be in Pirs
"ci la IiTIIEunless it ;s untisually,,
ilay. It is understood that
masiny Visconsin alumni are co ing
out from Detroit to watch thle 1Badgers
in action. Tic k, is will not; go on sale;
untix noon today at the Athletic office
in the press building oilnMaynardl
t h. liii a ct in has boon taken so
that if there is nIo ice for the gamej
"a,) le notice miay h~e given to thosej
planknin, 'to atte(l.
T ore ar e few rules in hockey
Which wvill make the game (diihcult forI
the un nitiaited spectator to under-
st and, ac cordinig to Coach Barss. 'flee W
general plan of the game is similar
to basketball in that the scoring is
done b~y getting the puc~k. into the
nits at each end of the playing sur-
face. 'The net is guarded by the goalj
tondler wh ose duity it is to stop . all
scoring attemp~ts in any way posile,
the new rules allowing himt to lay
prone on the ice if necessary. The sip:x

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W . Y WWiWY iiiilYYYM iii11A dill IM' 1 1:

1ln I iauthorities;
thw eating of* mlore

recommend
ice cream.

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RASPBERRY
Call up yiour dealer
nomr and place 11r
order

facts, ice cre.,m is highi in food
Vale ta;nd Noryeasy to digest.
Chililrenu and adults alike bene-
fit by it.
M hen You,(lemand Gonnor's'youl
kniow thi. you are -etting ; won-
diE ."ul i y gU nlice creai--in ade
fro Puestmaterials, under.
ideal sanitary conditions, in a.
spotlessly. clean plant.

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The _test performance of. a new
Curtiss Pursuit Plane has-caused a
sensation in the Army and, Navy ser-
vices. Ever since the Pulitzer Race
at Detroit, in which a new all-A-meri-
can motor finished 'in the first four
places, it has been' expected that
military planes of a super-type would.
make their appearance at almost any'
time.. The actual performance of the
first pursuit ship ov a series surpasse.9
expectation.
In many respects, this aeroplane is
a departure from precedent. It uses
-the same Curtiss motor used in the
racing ships at Detroit. It is equipped
with wing radiators, the most radical
advance in the art of cooing a motor
since 1917, and which reduces the
resistance r~f the air almost to. zero.
These features were expected.., The
construction, however, is said to pos-
sess, also, a new feature, in that-the
entire machi e can be stored for a
period of twenty years, if necessary,

iesnien canno1t;.(compe)te.
There are several men thlat have
reen singled codutas men o good .,bil-
ity inl their respective evenit s at this
time. Snider is, cie of the lbest look-
;ti Y; lta=hC s 4t this tijne in bothl thc.
high andt low hurdles. ll li hs nmadea
cr-editable record, in lilt i.hoool and
will no doubt develAop into a man of
fine aIbilt.
iteinkv," of the fr : l nan r ii s oiln-"
try team, is a strong niller having
madue a tiame ol 4.39 in this distance..
,:ockell is a good quar°ter miler,
w ille Prit chard is doing we=ll in the
hgi,j :.

the best team n nthe country last 'au-
tumn." Kipke wvas especially praised1
'in this story for his ab~ilities.,
IThe following is the national rank-
-1inJ of the first 1{l teamms on the list:
3lleikg'a ...............3657
Iowa.................. . 3r5

Get Acquainted with Connor's This Week
the DeliciOus Sunday Special.

by Tryingr

Engine Water Is Cooled by Wing
Radiation -- Diagram Inds ates
How Water Is Pump ,-d Through
Tiny Groorves in Wing Surface.
and taken out of storage, ready to
assemble and fly on twenty--Thur
hours' notice.
Th-is machine i s also stated to be
s thetflrst real fightig ship of all-
American construction and design.
While tests are not com4)leted, expert
opinion is tha:t it is not only the
fastest, but vlso the most powerful
r:fighting ship in existence in any na-
tion today. t"

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Chicago....... ..2{i8
Princeton...... ..25q
Ar'my................54
C"o)rnell...................239
HTar°vard.................227
Wisconsin.........2i1
Pittsburgh..............145)
Lafayette............... '

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ATTRA &C.,, TION, S

.T. l). Viant is proving to be a1
fair vaulter h1aving cleaired '1 feet
inches in high school. Richards.i
two 17ilem' that shows go dl possibilities;
andl Findlay is a good 11an3 in the halfs
COach h ahn has taken several m1enl
over from the gyrn team li hat jare hevy
and well built, and is trying, to dtevclopl
shot putters out of them.
It will be some time before accurate
information can be found concerning
the respective abilities of these men).
WVithout doubt, however, there will he
several events that will be weaker
than they were last year.
OBCEE
F Oxford Professor Says:

HOCKEY TEAM NAKES
INITIAL BOW TOIJICHT

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TAU' RN"U1 PI 't'()BE "HOST
'[0 ENGI1NE ERING' FACULTY11"
.Michigan Gamma chapter of Tau
3etaoIPi, national honorary 6ngineer-I
ing fraternity, will hold its annuat,
formal reception for the engineeringt

fact :fy at 5:""0 o',lo(k llt. ~1G>;#inre
hour b' y?1n2asinnl~. Alore i.hall7
eou p les are a c n 11 tlc:.pe 1113 Tas reiill)1.
Il1tmn' a DAIL' t\va t, ai ll ]
enlough 1anse tll the smon gIh. ' '-- iv.

OMIIG TO

( oMoined ft'm lu Tg4 One)
three and poessibly flour men availai,ie
f it' is necessary to() use aone ofthe
Nhtori'on there. , nderson,*at rigidl
wing, is, fast sensaitional player anld,
one Who should develop reloadha '1~,
Ea hard coin petit ion. lie is really a, de-
inse playe- but because of the short-
line andl Peterman-to relieve the clo-
age Of good forwards and time fact
ha~t Ia right handed shot 'was dl
heeed on0the fom'wcardTine he wa:
1*.fed. 1l.enclerson <and Pcres!'ord
re .shme jpci_.slate~l for t e1110 wi,

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THIS IS THE MOST COMPLETE STUDENT THEATRE INAE A

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AND I OPERATlED. ) BY STUD'lENTS IN EVERY .4 iI~rART:~lE'NTr

aua L ASSIFI-
COLUMN
CLOSESa
AT3 P.M. ADVERTSING

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"M;i:~f.hspeamre's witisvlr.

Sii-uei :ado 4 bout NolilinL," °ar
Thursday night at U. Hall. U tol) l(DAllceMtofthe
3fl ODEFR R N a A '

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These Periformanccs -re for the General Public as well as for memnbers of
the University.
11 O~ghtmordrow
First Round of MI mes Dramatic .TIournament, Open, to all
Students except Members of "Mim es."

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MICHIGAN DILYT
Clasfied Rates. Two Cents per word a day, paids in advance. Mu--
imum charge for first day, 25e. Miimum thereafter, 20c. Three
cents per word 'per day it charged. White space charged for at rate
of 5c per agate line. Classified, charged only to thos;e having phones.
Liner Rates: Twelve cents per 'line, without contract, paid in advanuce.
PHONE 960

7OI SAlLE

LOST--'Alpha Omricon
pin, TMonday *evening.
Gladjys H-inman, 2949.:
LOST-Tuesday on AnnS
hua bag containing $11
sidei Mary Nodruff. Ca

Pi sorority! FORT SALE-$ 350 g-enune racoon f'ur
Finder call I coat at a 25 pwr ccent reduction.
Reward. Write or phone it interes ted,. L. E.i
78-4, Op penhaeim &,(Co.,,Jackson',Aienic.
j1,37 WesA Main FSt., Boil phone' 46).
St near Statel1 1

E . N~anme in-
i 2895-It.

Rabbit's foot watch charm lost,
mounted with gold band.. Reward.
Phjone Arnold, 776-M. 77-^
L.OST'-Log log slide rule with name
of Gibson. Findler' please return to
Daily. Reward. 79-3,8
LOST-Black leather glove. Finder
please call 231. 3

:FOR SALE-A fe-.w l vem 1'eiin;-
"r~ toni, Royal, Sruil h- Prem ier type writ -
eas, at $15 ap-d up. All iii first class
running conditioni. 0. DI. Morrill, 17
Nickels Arcade. 76-4I
FORl SALE---Pathae Phon ogra lph: in
fine condition, 4<aken on a dlelt.-
Bargain. Uivers ity Avenue Blaran ch
of Ann Arbor Savings IBpnk. 79-3
FOR SAILE--EI ccl ric, heat c, Majestic

LOST-My pen troubles, at Rider's, of I No. l.. Very good condition $9.00.
cus.21~ Phone 2372. 7,)-2
L~'rGmna itaGam pn.CllIFOR SALET-New E-fiat alto saxo-
2666. Reward. 7g- i phone. ("old lined horn. ('all 1233.
j__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _79-31
WANTED___________________ CRYS'TAL radio set fo0r sale. 40 iflc
WVANTED-Musicians for two Chan- range. $4. Phone 2840-J. 77->
tauqua bands for the, su-mmner of - FOR RET
1J23. Must be versatile and cap -_________________
able. Long season, ideal associa- FRONT SUITE-For girls, for rent.
tions, good compensation and wvon- I 'Two doors. north of campus, oppo-
derful experience. State all about 1 iehlladtrum 3 ot
I i ea d t rotTeAttractions1513 eN . H igh St y.,yuroe-__________________________.236 77 -
lumbus, Ohio. 73- FOR RENT---Very, pleasant, front,
YOUNG- MAN wanted to take- short double room on first floor. Phone
hand notes and do typing.- About 2363-1V. 923 Greenwoodl Ave. 78-2
15 hours work Saturday and Sun-
day. Calla Gower, 357 Between 4 R OOMS for rent. Warm, quiet, double
and8 p nm 7.-2S roonm. $3.50 per man. 217 So. Fifth
-Ave. 77-4 "
W~ANTED-Single room by one stu, O ETfn <i; igerzn
dent for second semester. Box L. FO RNTn laesilero
C. S. Michigan Daily. 70-2 for girl. 511 Cheeve'r,'St. 78-3
WANTE~D-A Rider Pen which fails 41 1,E 14C,,IAN E4WT
to write at touch. Rider's Pen ANNOUNCEMENT-Do you -know thai
Shop. 21 Rider's 200 drop capacity Master-
YC'UNG LADY student wanted to stay . pen is the most popular pen on the
with children evenings. Call $43-W. i. campus." There is a reason. Call
79-2 at Rider's Pen Shop. 21
FQU IN D i ENormanton B'ilbie, teacher of Vio-
FUDIlini, Piano, 'Theory. Collection o1'
I.HAVE FOUND IT. The best place 01(d violins selected in Europe. All
to eat. Chicken on Sunday, good l prices. 307 t". =Main , 611-11T. 74-6
things every (lay in the week. ! lvyIr11E :'t. lett
Flynn's Boarding House, 607 H-ill 'tae yourl MAnr ~'tl'T tvpewit-
St. Room for more. 77-3Itie' Bo-, ~re,11Nikes rcde

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Suits and 0 coats
Ur
.THRE AYS ONLY
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY
We've arranged our entire stock of
broken lines of Suits and Overcoats in-
one great group for special selling.
Over 100 garments. Prices have been
reduced from 33 1-3 to 50 per cent.m
_ ~~If you chose at random with your eyes=yr
closed, you'd still be bound to get a-
- big value. Selections are liberal, but-
price will bring big demands 'so come
early for first choice.

ADMISSION.

Friday and Saturday, Jan. 19 and 20
THE MIMES REPERTOIRE COMPANY
PRESENT
13hCHAIR
Bj) BAYARD VEREIN
A Mystery Drama full of thrills and comedy. A play that has. stood the test
for four years The best drama of its kind ever written.

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A MOST COMPLETE PRODUCTION EXACTLY AS
SENTED IN NEW YORK, CHICAGO, PHILADELPHIA,'

PRE-
ETC.

As .Always in " Mies" Productions All Characters are ]Played by Men
Students
MAIL ORDERS NOW - Send check and self addressed
stamped envelope --- All Seats Reserved.

35c

PRICE $1.00

Friday and Saturday, Jan. 26 and 27
THE MIMES REPERTOIRE COMPANY
PRESENT
"TECLOISTER"9

A PLAY IN FOUR ACTS
By EMILE VERHAEREN

Same

Excellent Actin Company -- and Massive Produc-
tion. -- Mail orders now. Price, $1.50

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In Preparation
" SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATE"
Based upon the Novel
"JUSTICE"

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