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on~~~~ nu P'~ P i e ~ e
1~tc ~t seuece te future
ongasths ilstonexims and
ual~~~~1'' COlCljIC' r ot re-
1, an ll-(3yA. PR)-='Gelsen-.
th lre e n snortheast of Ev-
113d, in the1C ;on')1d zone .of oc-

FO E " GERMAN MVA.N OF WAR
RETURNS TO UI, S. AS A TRADER

MICHIGAN WINS,

(Continued frome Page Erne)
through the entire Michigan teamii)and
'shot from a position directly in front
of the ?Michigan net. It was a peeu-
liar trickling shot, the p)uck toking
one or two unusual hops tandl bouncing
by Comxb for the first and onzly Wis-I
consini score after five minutes of

frmone en C.te ice t'o Lthe other,
hchteams a eea ht at the
alefforts. iNear the :d of thec first
period Michigan Play1d with so much
enthusiasm that Ma cr uff, Kahn, andl
Aniderson were all sca:,t-to0 the,_penltyt
hex 1(,-io;tins i, e ulsat th~ei
sametim, lrvig te Mizeand
Pie ih ry thr3e0me221"122;thIe ice to
i }, . :C1S22 S S. ~

play.
Michigan came 'back: with re ne, d:P, was rar the e-!of the period
determination after this break, bu'_t te hn Audrsn ppi):-n the 'winning
'Wisconsin defense was too ,117o1g ,nd! counter, on a urctt v shot Iro-n right
the, per~iod ended Michig an 1, W iscon- ! te anad*ieDf a
sin. ivingAr ;.uind i:xt#hd

crlu, 'n 12--(3yA. P.)-The
1er 1i ( 1 1 ;:''.C S of 'the federal
sheetdyunaniimously a-
Veci they' tr govetrnment's at-,
do on repor;ationrs anld the occu-
onl of tho RuIIr.
r. Von Kn{irl ing , 'Premier of Ba-
a, saidl the Bavarian People. w'er°e
1y to sutpport the Gentral govern-
tt hels against the"insults
irapacityof France', and1 deelar-
hat uity of thea states Wats essen-
'a solution of the diffiiculties._
a~us >o. 1-(By A. P.)- The
s -,aticis corimission toirorrow will ona, carouif
nt Germiany a fuirthecr delay until
*1, ini the indemnity payment of ing sw rds
O,03,00 gold marks, idue next Mon-
it wais forecast in reparations
1c3 . here toight.,L P uS
'e decision wNill I taken at the
cost of France. .Afthough the of-
il reason is to give the FrenchSE
3ation more timne in which to pre-
e new mnoratoriunm conditions, it is

Overtimie Necessary
Honors were most even during the!
greater part of the third period withx
M+ichiganx having a greater number of
scoring opportunities. 'Wisconsin
claimed a gotal near the end of this
period which was disallowed, by Ref-
eree Hamilton after a conference with
the goad umpire. it was iwiprssrible
to tell from the gallery whether -,or
not the shot counted but play contin-
ued. 'With .Michigan rooters, demxand-'
ing a score during the ;lost :nhuutee of
the game both teams, played with'
m~are snxeed than had been shown
even in the opening periods. but
neither was able to tally and the
-xcore was decad locked, at. the end of
the rer':ation time.
Two litre minute periods were then
necessary to determine the winner
and the players opened up ragain with
an effort that surprised the crowd
which had watched a brilliant, game
for 45 minutes. The puck was worked

\voz kod 0the1)pu'ckin to scot'ing ,t-i-'I
toYsvra ms'ol ti V ,turn e~d
Bdtj{by rudwel t the 2n(t.
t:1'''tonight ait thle CoiiU f11 Tickets
will heona ale at noon. today in the
Atnletic oflice in the Press balding
c n , .aynrd street No changes in the
lincup- are anticipated by the coaches.
The lineups:
°Aic11eigan iCif
''miil)........ Co il......Treadweit ll
.~. .r. iDe :es .Bo gl
vlaclu f (C) 1, De eflse . . . . M1 1' jl
i3KxStrom . . Cen ;r omback:ter ( C)
'enderson . .1, WNing........
knuders.ou, . . R - ng.....uo
P~et es'nan....pr$....-ag
loskings......Spik re........
!eresfor d......Spare ....... .....
k~ninmnary--Scoring;, xMichi an: Kahn
unassisted, Anderson,' froma Linidstrom.
for ,, Jonsn, )ziIlillensoftforcoyak

or, Johinson foe Hugh, Combacre;
for I-illen~off, Johnson for Blodgett,
"lodge'tt for JIohnson.?
Michgan:Beresford for Henderson,
I lskigsfor Lindstrom, Peteruian for
K ah:n, Lindstromn for Jioskiugs, Kahn
or 1eeran enderson for Beres-
lordPeterinan for MaicDuff, M acDuff
Penltis: ichig~an, K1hn1, six miin-
t es; Andtersonr., two mninutes; Alac
lieut, two minutes.
,isconsin: JIohnson, four minuates;
FIsk3e, one minute; Blodg!tt, two mmi-
utC,.
Scoring opportunities: first period,
1 :<{r IV, three; second period, A--
thr e, W six; third period, M four; WV
itwo; first overtime periodl, M one, WV
tw o; second overtime periodl, M two,
Y'ank~s iLeve Q narters to French
Coblenz, Jan. 12.-(By A.P.)--Frencl-
officers at least are glad they will get
the billets vacated by Amnericans;
ttheir long complaint has been that
lAme rican girl - steuogra~phers and
cl-;,rkls had good rooms while Freh
cc onuls were poorly quartered.
New Tuxedo Suits for Rental. 1'ild
rand Co. State Street.-Atty.
LI In lC6UASEX'S DONCE STUDIOS

Thu(i~immin ~n~ i~.l-c i.-lpedbig scr-Ipped by, bcomhiu; a rader
tO nrests in Germlian re+ buying up the former wai-rsh ips of the ex-kaiser's navy and fitting them
ncrco carriers. The first of thcse converted trade ships now is on. its mayi to the United State vwith
rmcrchandise. :Man-y former. German fighting ships are undergoing the same transformation. "r eat-
intopighars"as it weir.

.

111I0E Dim6K YESTERDA YrNI
T TO PUBLISHERS WSIGO

p:
la-

'levred the increasing indications of
sive resistance by Germany to the
ench occupation of the Ruhr ha~s
ch to do with .it.
W'THO.R TO SPEAK
HERE ON MONDAY
' ut Alfred Korzyibski,-author. and
'entist, nill be the speaker at a
iversity lecture' at 4:15 o'clock

()FF]('1L tiJM ,I

Free seed provision was barred fn
II LL RE Ally fromi the agricultural bill. '

Cupid Earns New
Salary Increase!
Lansing, JTan. .2-(By A.F.)-Dant
Cupid is the latest victAim of search-
ers for revenue sources in Michigan,
it was learned today. A' bill is being
prepared to ini+Crease the marriage lie-:;
ense fee to one dollar, half of which
'would go into the general fund for
the support of tihe bureau of vital sta-
tistics.
Rumor has it that Alex. J. G)roes-
beck, Milchigan's bachelor governor
suggested the levy against' Cupid's in-I
dustry. It would yield about $65,000
annually.

COMING TO

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'- ~ IHouse appropriation committee ap-
proved a 7,000,000 item for further
Copy for the Caip us (-iu'e Book,;F government development of Muscle
a recognized official nub~ leation of the; Shoals.
University, approved by the Board of
Regents, has bec a ren~t to the pub- Ani ual army bill was reported toE
I lshers and shop imd be 3out wvithin a the House making provision for main-
month. With this L-e the puthhlca- jtamning the army at its present
tion will appear on the cai pus forf strength.
the first time since 1915.

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OF H

k k S. '$1 la} kt.. Rt!; '.n':

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A+d

day afternoon ini Natural Science The material for the booklet hxa.s
itoriufn. fHe nhas been secured as been comipiledl by the office' of th 1 isiedprohibiation heladquartergto
pekr here through the invita- Dean of Students. It will contain 3-'iteprhbio hadutrs o
of ixmmers of the departnents of pages of printed matter, four pages present evidence supporting charges
hemaatics, pilosophy, and engin- of pictures of ,various buildings and of drinking in high places.
scenes of the camipus, and a map of
punt Korzyski has completed a thxe campus on which all .of the build- Representatives of the Big, Five
1 called "The Humanity of Man- pings in construction aalil of those 'Packers, conferring with administra-
I," upon w\hich he, will base his certain of construction, as wvell ats thec tion officials express~ed dissatisfaction
ire ,. iie will not only tell 'of cer- present buildings, will be mi'arked. with the government's methods of en-
phase Uofth contents of the The reading material wGiil he lividl- forcing thme packers' control acts.
u;, but ill enlarge and extend ed into two sections, the it in en- Prsien
A, to deal with further work that cyclopaedic, index of all points of ir4 Peidn Harding nominated D. In.
lar arriedl on wEith the view of a 'terest on the campus, administrative, Crissinger of Ohio as governor of the
)mad bwoolk in the near future. I officers of the University and other. Federal Reserve board, James C. Mo1-
le ?)ooktat.e has written al subjects of int rest conccrning th e Nary of New Mexico as 'comptroller
"the ciceand art clo urm.an Uiversity. Part two w.ill conitain a! of.the currency, and Milo D. Camp-
ineerifig". He lay s down rthe aws- omplete description of all the Ares, bell, the "dirt farmer", member of
ma<ke man th:e suoremi e being and ent buildings and those under con- they Reserve Board.
ony one able to create (a l _ - struction.-
-This publication is issued lprinlzar- ' Charles' Will Names Uegent
ily for a guide to visitors and stran- -k Budapest, Jan. 12.- 'jBy A.P.) -
ANL 'HEi;15 1: - IJ TM:ers on the campus. It is so arranged Former Emperor Charles' will does
l~) -EMN ( A9,E V I 1 Ai(tl ? ( ' 'h)ljth-at a stranger can find, with littlo nct mention property, dealing only
difficulty, that dlepartmnxrt of the Eni-; with his children; Zeta is named
(Conitinued fromx Pa-ge Ore) 3 iversity in which he is most interest- 'guardian for Otto, who was heir ap-
have thecir examlination the' e. parent; the swill also names Zita act-
.ed.
baudy -12 o'clock:; 'at %.-ing regent.

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"Th'e advertised is patronized",
JIMMIE, thne ad taker. Call, 960--

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F -

AA
ill
rst

lock, first. ilon--ay, 2-6 o'clock; at .10i
'clock, first Thursday, .;-1 - o'clock;
t .11 o'clock, second Iina - '
lack; at 1 o'c-lock,;frtWea2dy
*12 o'clock; at .2 ocok ia
a y, S-12 o'clock; at 3ocok eom
fednesay, 2-6 o'clock; and at, 4 o'-
lock, second Thursday, 2-6 o'clok.k.
li be offered as follows : Shoa , -
rst Fr'.ida,2-6 'cloc ; Udrawi...
rst Tues=day, 2-6o'lc;. v.,9F
-E. 2, first Tuesdayj, 2,-6 'lok I
%, fl- iirThrsday, - oco 1;l'
2a, first WedInesday, 1-6. o'tcl;
nId surveying 4 second Wednesday, 2-
o'clock.
t))ean John It. Eflinger,' of the Iler-
anistee thc is lmoringl_,Wiliee
eanl Effng''er I-poki'e beore Vth e-,each-
'' associatioj on the suboject, "P
clne of a Modern Education."
Lect your desires nore satishied l wi;
ALLY classified. Call ISO.--,1Ar1..
rences on time proiyoed Arr~our-

IDeny i)&ValerlaIs in Uibed States
Dublin, Jan. 12.-(B3y A.P.)-Replb--
licans here say DeValera is not in
B vOtton and has no plan to g o to :Am-
erica (repfort:, had beeni circulated that
the rebel chieftain either, was ready tor
leave for the 'United States or almready
Yvas in this Country),

A'O1LEtGE REPRESENTATIVE
Wanted : Two college men to repre-
ent us on advertising proposition
albout four hours timne per week re-
quited. Salary $25 to $35 per week.
'We have steady work for, you dluring
vacation $75 to $100 per week. If you
are anxious to earn your college ex-

~4tifers xI~l~D1I enses write us at once. State wiat
. le " ufr Epoincollege you attend.
Vincennes,hId., Jan. 1--(yfi. oxr 304-t Harrisburg, iPa.
--One man is dead, fne ;sermously in-
r d ca znot~eriskflwmmtob 0 ARR CK ALL WEEK
cntornimci as ikeresult of an cox )10___________,G__
e-fl1o31 i acol rr'ne near bore today.S N CA i.Q
.' :tl ei~ef Purduealt l D OPERA COMPANY
Lafayectte, Ind., Jan. 12-(By A..P.). Prices We. Galo d Sat. MtDirector~
-utler today defea ted Purdue uni- Prc ightd aSat2. at: 20.0,50
-~.-~*4itT i~4 ~I 'Lf11 1 I I~J ~ 4,f'4P,4N-~' A F $412.0-4k to44.A 1,4 C50e~

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PaintingOutfits
BRUSH ES
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Parchment Paper
O*Ils -Tube Colors
BRONZE
For
weed Decoration
4-i
BRUSHES,
ATOM IZERS
Bronze £Li1quis
18 Im ported Colors.
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SPECIAL
~SwintFraimes

THIS IS THP ?F P-7,Th THEATRE IN AMERICA
Theue Perfor nnccs are forUhe Ccllccal Public as well as for iMiembers of

r~n ry

1AiSS!ON{

35c

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Frida nd Satua ysJaj..19 nd2
THAE MIMES REPERTOIRE COMPANY
PRESENT
2h 1 13 Y RDVEEI
A Myster-y Drama fi of drills and comiedy. A play that has stood the test-
for four years Thre bvnt drama of ate kind ever written.

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First Round o m1iit02Lr r ticTrnamlentOpentAll
StudentS %e xcept zimesof "V're.

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A MOST
SENTED

COMP> ET'7 PRODUCTION -EXACTLY AS
IN NEW YORK, CHICAGO,PHLDLHA

PRE-
ETC.

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10 UV. SHUBERT Nighis 60-7541S.0G i
MICHIGAN SM.h2caadn50
1111 LeriiMoreRapdlyALL THIS WE9K-8:15
InoaFewBONSTELLEPRVTLESN COMPANY
PRIVATE LESSONS Fin Sat-
WUSEY'S ANC STUIOS Rachel Crothers' w r.Comeldy
f 'EY ACESVDO NICE PEOP LE'"

As Always in "Mims" t'rcducto-is All1 Characters are Played by Mper
$tudents
MIAIl. ORDERS NOW4TM- Sand check t,)nldself-addressed
stamped nvelope --- AlBeats Rserved.

*1

PRIGE $1.00

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Frid ay and Saturday, Jan. -26 :Andl27
THE MIMES REPERTOIRE COMPANY
PRESENT

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A PLAY IN F'OU,_R AcTS

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CUSTOM TAILOR

SaeExcelletting fyCoin p'any -andMasvPrd-
tion. -- Mail orders~o.Pic 15

Tuxedos
Evening Clothes
Golf Suits
SAT*ISFACTION

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In Preparation
"SEVLN KEYS TO BALDPATE"I
Based upon the Novel
4 -"JUSTICE"

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