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_ ;2 rn-fE MICHIGCAN iDAILY

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REFUL ir GROOMING~
(ETEERS FOR CON G"GA ES

vear 4 of en, Ging Stale Cautions i h a fpatcradMn t
Coon l to;Give Reguilar Team i tewy fpacie n last
Shor $e~onscontinue so for the remauinder of the
week in ordler that the ea May not.
NEET O.S.Y'. IN LAST GrAME go stale before theigme of the
OF SEMREST1ER ON SAITUR1AY present semester whbich 'will be play-
ed against Ohio State Saturday night
As the week ,progresses Coach in Waterman gymnasiuin..
Mather has been letting up some- The pra'etice last night was quite
what on his squad of basketball men easy -fr the reguilar mien althou gh
SIFor, the Juni1 -0

MatherĀ° sent the substitutes through I the Badger court five is composed
a somewhat stiff pace. With several mostly of veterans and should give an
of the first team suffering from in- equally good account of themselves
jurie~s, the Varsity mentor is attempt- when they face teams like Michigan
in; to Bring his list of reserves to a Purdue, and Iowa.
higher:,, level inl ability in order that Minnesota I nprotiing
the Wol verine s nay not be handi- Following games with the Cardinl-
capped1 ay more than possible by als the' next opponent of AMicli ar1
the aibsence of the first string men will be Mlinnesota. Although thft
frontm the line-up. i Maize andl Blue quintet had a rather(
Ely;, 'appont Recovering easy time defeating the Gophers when
Captain Fly is still off the squad they clashed at Minneapolis, Minne-,
because of his injured shoulder acid sota is gathering strength every da: I
the University health surgeons have l and is liable to cause a few upset.:
lecreed that he shall not practice I before the end cif the season. Eck-
gi before tomorrow at the earliest land has recoveredl from an illnessa
so that it is hardly probable that theI which has incapacitated himt for sevs
Wolverine' leader will be in shape for eral weeks. Two other Gopher vet-
the Buckeye encounter. Cappon's erans, Severinson and. Hlultkranz, are
hlfis improving daily however ands now off the team because of it. 3igi-
if itcontinues to show the same iun-. bility but are expected to work on'
1:)rovenent upll)until Saturday hie will! their, scholastic troubles ina timte tc
lit) doubt start the O.S.UI. game, join the squaai the second soilester.
Beginning next week Mather plans The addition of these three alen vill
to start pointing, his men for the firstI make Minnesota one of the stronge st
WiScOnsin gam~ae. Wisconsin at tares-I teamns in the Big T'en and onewhh
eat is leading the Big Teti with a rec- may.iimake troub~le for every001;1-
ord of four, consecutive victor-ies and ent.
the Wolverines will face one of thej Michigan will then play several
' arrlest rgames of thle;season when games on the road, includlingt contetsi
,t th s.ck up against Coacha Mean- with Northwestern, Illiuxos, 0hio.
,;] l 's ortfit. While three of Wiscon- State and Illinois, and end lhe sera-
fi' our gamles hlave been won fromt son with Iowa on March 3, inl Wtater-
the weaker teams of the Conference, man gymnasium.

force od to le t upI in. the f aCce of th~e ex- l showing usp well in the first Gophxer r battle is being as
Lindtroa ~~e~ ellCoach Barss will lead his squad to'
bind rt rom., .at en tC . r F ainE'dI his Detroit Saturday where Miichcigan! will
speed and clevernss thlroughou;,t the meetZ! Assumption callege of'in ~1dsor LEARNT
i~cur gnneshbrt he alowa slowVed up in a game that is billed as the feature
in the seOcond fra vwith !,he, Northlmen. iof, an ice carnival which is to hbe heldt
I3eve Cfid iand Andy rs at the Wing iat Belle Isle. The Canadians always IDANC]
o f i i anbe ir ap he dyinh , 'ac c u ntre sfoardr oneh op eyceal-s t egi cm eo ris1 .th e ir h eim a jorn s p o rtf a ndsp ci aa rh a rdi s t ei raj osp u ta daar d

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ISEY'S
CE STUDIOS

The Essence of a 're 'xam in a '"'TIP-

ZDit Saturday a fellowv came into the Pen
Shop and pulledl one of our large Rider Mlaster-
llons out of his piocket and said, "I, thought this
pe otii~s a (handy until this morning when it ab-
solutely refusedl to write a word.
"It has n:o ink in it. Possibly it will do bet-
ter after wve render'a little service from our 'Free
When t he owner of the pen s4aw that it, was

dry lie registered" surprise, and said, "Why I.
bought that, pen only throe nionths ago, but, of
course, I have used it ever since. Had it ought
to run dry that soon?"
"Whlile the R~ider Master Pen holdy more ink
thadian ordIM try peen, we da not guarantee it to
write threemnon with .once filling, but we do
expect that it will see you through several longq
exam-ination with one tilling."

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Another Michigan Van:. iy athlete the best~ in the country. Cappon will
has er: aredl the athletic, coaching not have chrarge of the iusketbal)
f P' ranklin C. Cappon,2, for"
threei' years a star en XosJt's gril
tam; axed at present playing air stel-
lar 9:11110at gnard oil th1CVarsity bas-
ketbahl five, has accp teti an offer toi
Oct as head football coacoh at Luthr
College, D~ecorah, Ia.
Luther has aalways put strong foot-I
b 'Al tears ina coilltto inte
,avwk4ye' stater and has turned] ott
numerilus n athletes. It i4 thought'
tht with Cappon to heard the coach- t
ing staff the Decorah school will ]eadl
Ioacolleges on the gridironi.
c appon has had probably a MOre.,
vriedl course of instruction under!}:
Yost lian any3 other player who ever
wore triofMaim, and Blu1e. Inl his firs't '
year Of.co1mpetition he played the en-
tire seas ,on at end andl was givenxall-"
con ici' rnc recognition. Tie next sea-
son, Yoat being badly in need oj ::
t e H la d pl y r w s s it IĀ¢ ed to that post where he played a
strong game until injuries to Kipke
and 'ztelketee made his presence in the
hac':lield a necessity. apd lhe was1
sifited to half back. This year'i lie
played the entire season at full bacb I teams at Luther as lie will devote i'
andl was generally conceded] to be l entire attention to the gridiron sport.

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Classified Rates. Two Cents per word a day,~ paid in advance, yiin-
Iimurn charge for first day, 25jc. Minimum thereafter, 20c. Three
cents per word per day if charged. White-sip tce charged for at rate
of 5c ,per. agate fine. OClassilied, charged only to thos~e having phonesjl.
Liner Rateak:' Twelve cents per line, without contract, paid in advarce,!
PHONE 900

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NOTICE.'
SReplies to the following boxes are at
The Daily y office: C.S., W.L.V., D.8)
K. D., W.G., \C..S., YV.D. L
FOIR RENT
CONSIDER THESE ROOMS for sec-
ond semester. Fine neighborhood,
1. block from stores, restaurants,
now furniture last Sept. Hot wa-j
ter shower at all timnes(fine after
baseball, and tennis). Special rates;
to rooming clubs. W. Forman, 632
Church Street,' 1226-WU. 88-21'
SINGLjE AND DOUBLE ROOMI
SUITES ONE.1 ,ALF BLOCK, FROM
CAMPUS. REDUCED PRICES.
CALL 643 TAPPAN ANY AFTER-
N OON OR EV INCG. 89-4
FOIL RENT-Attractive suite for
girls, one block from campus, $10.r
Senior, or graduates preferred. Ap-
ply 433 Mynard Street, phone 2707-
.-9o-3

WANTED-Sewing. Dresses, blouses
handnma-de, un gerl(e work uara n-
teed. 418 Thomnpson Street. he
782-J..S5t
WVANTED-Porter for fraternit-1
house. lPermanlent I)ositioi.. Box
R.A.B. 0-
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IWANTED-A girl roomm11ate in front
jroom one-half: block from campus.
1225 Volland. Phone 71l0-Wt. i90-2
sWANTED-Student to hell) in 'press-
ing shop Horace Claveau, S02100S.
State. 385-W. 88-3
WANTED-Student ,and family -wash-
ing s. Phone 2873-M. 82-13
FOR SALE
FOR SALE,-Full dress suit, tailor
made, size al~put 36 o'r 37, including
black and white vests, excellent,
condition. Price $25. Cost $8~
tnew.: Also liav* shirts sire 14 8-4
and rest of outfit for sale cheap. See
aHiggins, room 155 Chemistry Build-j
ing. 90

HOCKEY TEAM RETURNS
AFTER 5TRENUU~sTRIP

strain. under which the Wolverines
had been playing evidenced itself too
plainly and thie defense cracked long
enough for the Gophers to register
th'ree. goals. The final scare was to

TaADE tiARHK REG. U. S. PAT. OFF?.
WThen you change from .
the old narrow garterst
the comfortable wride ones, be
purle to ;tart r'Tt
C: t the original . Z., whic~h Imi-
tations eanrioti ecmal.
9=e to $cet.ruzvhore, in singlegrip ctnd the
il Z.Q-,a p. rid th, I. Z. Sport Garter. Made
soka! y by Te 1Tu . P. Taylor Co., Bridgepor't, Can. I
"Featured bay all leading
Student Supply Stores"
Read the Want Ads'

will issue a J- HOP EX-
IRA, Saturday morn in ,
February 10th,
Tphis.Extra wll contana
g roup .picture of those at-
tending the Hop, ,lists of
booths and guests pres-
en t, and a complete re-
sume of the previous

night's gaieti e

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(Continuedl from Page Six) than the others had been but nev'-
lbr the ice way, il none too goo(! I theless the Michigan sextette dlid its
condition for such fast teams and b~est.
:Wills wvere frequent. It was generally Michigan's two veteran defense men,
< enceded by experts at the game that Captain MacDuff aneldEdie Kaln,
_L was the best thing in intercollegriate w'em'e the ozutstandlingeogs in the Wol0.
hockey seen at the Twin Citie.s for a, I vex me' combination with Comb, veter-
immmber of years. an goal tender, runfning an exceed-
Team ('ricksj ingly close second. The defense men
In the second game of the Minnesota lcept up their fast a.nd steady work timn-
semies and the last of the trip, the til the last game when they were

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Reservations for. ce op i e s
may be ima d e.by calli ng
the. Business.DepArtmient
of the Daily, 960.

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Frabrics For. Spring

Pleaaant room-s for ,girls, or married
people. Housekeepi:.g privileges if
desired. Call 1S09-IL. 9-20
Coimortable front quite for girls. Rend
reasonable' Two blocks from cam-
pus.. Call 13S-W, 90-4
FOR RENT-Well heated, well fur-
niljed room,.-double or single, 815
Abrch, 133 7-M,. 89-3

BEAUTIFUL. JET EVENING GOWN '
' for sale cheap, size 36. 'Worn once.
call 2373-M between 2 and 4 p~m.,
or after7 p. in. 88-3
FOR SALE-Hlammiond Multiplex.
Reasonable.. Black, 432 Thomnpson.
1128-,T 90

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FRR ENT-Cozy, room for 2 boys., jFRMiTIJR71E
S1teani heat and all. conveniences.__________________
60'9 .S.Fifth Ave. Phone 220-J. 89-2'I
____________________DO YOU KNOW we have the most
FOR R1LENT-A clean, warm, double- completely equipped plant in they
room, with or without one occupant. country for the Repairing, Refinish-
13 S. Division St. $9-2 E lug, and Upholstering. of furniture?
--~.-------.-----.-~.--- 'Phone 381-W..P. B-HARDING.2 88-21

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FOR RE~uN-Pleasanlt room for two
boyn, steam heat. Call 1008-R.-121:
N. XDivision, 8J-3
ROOMS FOR BOYS-Ford rent, large]
ron t froom in home of student. All'
Kinze privileges extendled. CallI be-
ten4 and 7 at 1327 Mnerva Rd.!
or phone 1542-R.'- 89-2
FO() RENT- For seconid semester, 1
large front room for two boys. Pri-a
vat, family.. Warm and pleasant
in every respect. For information
call 2612-R. 89-2
LARG~E ROOM for two persons, forE
rent. Pleasant surroundings. 1027
EF. Huron St. 88-3
A very warm comfortable suite. Phone
2t3-T. 939 Gree~nwood. 90-3

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RUG' CLEANNG
Rugs shamipooed or dust. cleansed,
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
7G-211
YP]E WRITING
Have your MANUSCRIPTS typewrit-
ten by experienced 'TYPISTS. Bid-
!dle's Book Store, .11 Nickels Arcade.
7G-21
-NOTCE
PERSONS "WIHO STOLE bridge table
from 43 7 'Maynard St. are known.
Unless returned at once action will
be taken. (Signedl) Phillip Steiner.
90

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r HE VAN HEUSEN Collar is the greatest innovation in
mien's dress since the' old, high, stiff-brimmed beaver
gave place to the modern, soft felt hat.
No other collar can compare with the 'VAN I1EUSEN,
because no other collar is made from the same seamless fabric.
And men wear the VAN HEUSEN Collar for the somae
reasons that they wear the soft felt hat: it is better looking
and more comfortable.
The trim dignity of the VAN HEUSEN is not starched
nor ironed into it, but woven and tailored into it,
The VAN HEUSEN Collar is as trim as a Tuxedo;, as,
stylish as it is starchiess; and as correct as it is comfortable.
Men who scorned soft collars wear it and praise. it. And
fastidious men - men who like a slight sug-
gestion of the formal, or the severe, in
their attire - are fast friends of the VAN tr
HEUSEN Collar. C.--

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We are offering for your approval a complete assortment
of selected fabrics for early spring. The quality of these
materials is equal to the :superior tailoring which goes
into every suit we make."

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FOR RENT-Pleasant front suite fori
girds. 1225-_ - 90-2

RIDER PEN SERVICE with every pen
!purchased at Rider's Pen Sinop.

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I Nine styles and heights, quarter sizes from
I 1312 to' 18, price fifty cents. Will out-
wear a half -dozen ordinary collars.

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