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bslowed up if hie is allowed to start
CU'U T MIN_ -HIM19 ganst Ohio. Dirks is recovering from
apolonged illness and although he
playeda brilliant game against North-
western Monday night, is hardly in
shape to last all tile way through a'
strenuous game. This leaves the de-
Jnjunrles Play Havoc Wilth l)efeiise aInd fense, with Ely out, seems to be de-
Offenise; Ely, Cappou Likely moralized.
to Start OilState to be~ Fearedl
IOhio state conies here with a team
1VISCO\SI\ HEREI FEB.~ 10 Y5 that has been beaten in most of its
FIRST GAME ]NEXT SEMES I'ERIstarts this winter, but an aggrega-
-- ~tion that commands the respect of ev-
With Ohijo State looming up as the tery coach in the Big Ten nevertheless.
only remaining obstacle in the " rst The *Puckeyes forced the fast Illi-
semester half of the Big Ten basket-, nois five into overtime to break a tie'
ball race, Coach Mather and his squad tlthat existed at iaf time a- r1 at the
will enter the Buckeye tilt at W'atei'- closing of the regulation pe'riods.,,
mian gyni at~ 7:30 toniprrepW night de They held Northwvestern to a one
terinilned to keep the place theyn ioN point zwin even though handicapped
]Told in the Conference pel-centakO by the loss of their star forward, Dud.-
table. ley, who broke this arma early in the
Fortune Ias~ not favor~ed the 'Wo1- gamte. In their last start, 'against
Verinles so far during the camiipaign; low a, the Columbus aggregatihon did-
a one point defeat at the hands of n't look so strong and were~ snow ed
Iowa may be- charged upi to a coni- under by the pace making Hlawcire.
bination of a lucky minute, basket ] Mather is not ulirlerestimnating the
froml the center of .the court and a' strength, of toniorrow night's goests
food deal of over con~dence amiong; aliymiore thanI hi did of Iowa, and1
the players. Fate has dealt blows the team, having learned a lesson in,
right and left to the squad in the mat- ( the Hawvkeye disaster,' is in the' pro-
ter /o injuries; Captain Ely is laid per mental frame.
up with a bad shoulder and mnay not f ~Ely is not ready tomhorrow night"
be able to start the gamne tomorrowxv either Rice or Birks, will be ;tartefl
night, Cappon has a badl heel and may (Continued on :tage 1iil

Direct stellar hockey all through the class'; Church independ;ent, and societyi
May izetRing,
league season~ and was responsible for basketball leagu es w:ill open their Sea-
ctviis Of Stateth atest victory of the engineers, ISons imnmediatelyafter the e iiw
w~hen they defeated the all-laws, 4-1,, donts.
whose team was composed of Steketee Final clean-up games i thecls
and others of almost equal ability. ad faent aktbl ege
Besides the mien mentioned, both $y e ru ntorfflast nigt. Tht e com pleteTM
i a ~teams have other yplayers" who. have ,standings will be nublisbed i;totmor'-
been improving as the season has ad ;row's Daily. E {leven frt ierti tyteams
vanced and who are certain to give will conipete in thefrtniyemn-
' ~their last ounce of staminfa in an effort jtions and six cia :. teams xv;iiI i make upl
to win for their schools. Fresh lits. ithe teams in the clam eliminais
cl a f '5, wontay ahe class hockey Iw~ ci w l e of r d i m d a e y at
tounaen lstyer.er the opening ofc the sec vond set3 er. t

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Notice how spic and
span every one on
the campus is Gues
'They must be taking advantage
of the 'White Swagl's spcia
offer this week.





In tramuiral: IItemis
Theta Chi and Sinfonia rolled. their M
r #sets in the Western Conferenuce bowl- ! s
lug tournanient last night at the tin-!~
ion. both of the tennis rolledl fair ~V D hT A
scores and might hanve been able tr-., AM'Aj
t p t e l a e s h d 1g ha so e o .'tthe sensational Bieck th at h elpe6d carry i
Phi Gammina Delta to fl togap.Sin- ' " T t~~
fonia, nosed ou~t.Theta Chi for hionors
in the rollingl, the form'er scoriig 2,302 E- .,Oaf. '
,, ethelatter was masing 2,1: 1i... all ,
matches in the Coiifereuce tournament ::B:kk .i.
should be rolled by Feb.2, 'lie dead e nshi . "'okke"k'
line set, by the Intramuural authorities _
at Ohio State' who -are in clar-ge f"-h
resulta. eo h
Fratern~ity thxletic muanagers should 11,ii ~ ~
see that thir houre is Efit~ered ithe!i w - .
Comning Intranur,l hockey tot rna- ja' ,-
nert. Mlore' 'tian 15, teapis lhave en- ST T AND WL AM STS.
tered do(ate, but' na'ny more can bie :_
hiandled if they vtl l sgn up. ' rIlIzvt6uIIi1IilmwI pP11611111116!11illl~1iN1111 #Nt~tll M___________________________________l

.e 4j cliill e'
r ci i(- ap it111ttnflof A. J. Shiuner, ,a
Afl i E air mkec sporting edior, ssstal-.
bexii~ng tcoi rssioner o, AWIscoliiliaiie

" ~that stale. 1S ex )eele'.Esoon," accord-
LASIETHIS iijg to word fromt Milw aukee. Schin-
'. LUMN ne", besidIes being a<,,boxing enthusiast
CLOSES CLOSES i;:national handball chamnpion.

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Clasulfled :Sates. Two Cents per word a day, pai1d In advance. Milk.
imumi charge for first day,. 25c. Minimum thereafter, 20c. Three
cents per word per day if charged. White space charged, for at rate
cat-5e per agate lire. Classified, chargedl only to thaose having phones,
luer Rates: Twelve cents per line, without contract, paid, in advance.
x PRONE 90

RepIiCs t~o the following boxes are at
the Daily office: L.E.R.; .D. ..
K.S, .D., C.D.S.

MOST-I-n fronit ofArmory a couple
of weeks ago a browvn and 'white
beaded bag. Findeor please return
to Betsy, Barbour House and receive
reward. 91

STUDENTS,. you wan1t room~s for the o S-iv Tmon- pen, betweell
second -semnester, wvell furnished;! 517 Last Ann and Tuttle's or U-1
good neighborhood, near restaur- ' Hall,. between 7 and S Tlhursday
ants, shops, campus. You. want m1orning. Call 1314-W. Reward. 51
rooms? light and clean with a hot'-
water shower you can use, any timcj LOST--=~Two five dollar bills' betNween
and you. want these at reasonablq 0 l-Hall and Natural Science Build-
rates, alriglit, call W. Formjan, 682 ngs. Call _1145-J or 452. Reward.
Church. Team up with, thrxee or~ four - 91-2
friends and get special rates, same
plae. - 9-3LQST-Leather note fook,: x6 in En-

(creel wll met (Greekiwhen the
free;h is oe gage thle fresh engineers
foi the chamnpionship of the class
hockey at 7 ('elock tonight ill Wine-
berg's coliseul. fbi II of the teams
have beenfl primed for the occasion and
with tije, fresh engineers having taken
tie liis scah) in the recent class bas-
ketb~all gaine,> the contest should turn
out to ire one that will be bitterly
foughat every minute.
Fresh lits seemingly have the edge
on: their opponents with the two Quirk
-brothers at forwards and. Neville at
center. , The [orner have anl uncanny
ability for puzshing' the puck down the
ice and can be counted on to give the
engineer defense Plenty of trouble.
Neville is an experienced player. and4
in the past games. has been_ instru-
nmentalili, breaking uh of many of the
p~lays that the opposition had started.
The fresh engineers are not ,to01)
countedl as having lost the .game, how-
ev )r, for in McDuff and Brinko they
have two men who rate nearly X8s good
as those that are holding down posi-
tioiis on the Varsity. McDuff, broth-I
er of Captain McDuf'f of the Varsity
te ey amn, posseasest all of his
brother's ability in the ninature and
counted upon to hold up the colors
of , the engineers. B3rinko has played

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LARGE FRONT -ROOM newly, fur-
nished, for coent. Suitable for two,
three, or four boys. Showers, steami
heat, three quarter single~,beds,
single desks., Price right and !nea r
campus.. 523 Packard. ,91-2
TWO DOUBlLE STUDY rooms, sm11all
dormitory, for rent. Light, clean,
and exceptionally nice at reason--
able rates.- Must be seen to be ap-
preciated~. 10J6 E. University. 21
FOR RENT----Attractive. suite for
girls, one block from campus. $10.
Seniors- or -graduates preferred. Ap-
ply 433 Maynard Street, phone. 270'7-
J. 90-3

gineoring Builmnng. Cont~ents valu-
able to owner. Call Smiith, 1015.
LOST-Fancy conib. Second balcony.
Hill Auditoriu n Wednesday even-
ing. Call 2516-M Reward." 91-2
LOST-Cheinistry note book and labc-I
oratory manual. Call 179, Reward,
LOSTS'-Alpha Gamma Delta pin. Findl-1
or please notify Voa Byers, 304-Rl.
LOST--Gold Wahl fountain pen1 and
M1 pipe. Phone 1'727-J. 91
WANTE D-Young man, single to call
on. retail trade selling wrapping pa-
per and paper sundries. Write,
giving age, experience, salary ex-j
pected, and place of residence. B~ox
C.S., Dily,9-

C - ROO'M FOR BOYS-For rent, large
front room'- in house of student. All WNANTED-Position as managing
hiome privileges extended. Call, at liousekeeper or' matron. References,.
1327 Alinerva Rd. or phone 1542-Rl. Bo:; F.M.M., Daily. 91l

a IFighten atables on thOn
a ground' floor for this. niosia.
W lpolular recreatioln. 1Yo)11
11 are -missing part of the 2
*ple asipre of colloge life If m
*E you do mot ijauke use of
Rj Mein~j j 'g'ai'ly.
p sk~ fry-r-o- eaa yo :ijt'2



'W ANTED-Porter for frater nityl.

SUITES, SINGLE AND DOUBLE house. Permanent position. Box
ROOMS for rent, comfortable and R.A.B. 903
reasonable in~ price. 330 E. Ann St.
Phone 3041-VS.- 91-3 - - ANTED-A girl roommate in front
__________________________________ room one-half block from campus.
FOR RENT-Suite for two or thire(o 1225 Volland. Phone 710-W. 90-2-
men. Bflock from camxpus. Steam;,
heat. Call' 2927.2!. 618 E. Liberty. WANT ED-Student and family wash-
91- 31 ings. Phone 2873-M. 82-13

Correct tailoring, d-istinc.
ti ve appearance make these.
tuxedos best for J-Hop wear-

ilt IR IT-Pleasant .front
reasonable, also garage, 339
St. Plioue 2940-fl.-

room, t-JHptikt.Cl Ki
lEight rick. 1443-fit t.1
91O SL

P'leasant rooins, for girls or married FOR SALE-Fuill dress suit, size
people. iusekeeping privileges if abu 4-hssi ot$8 hx
desired. Cull 1800-R. -9-20 a u 4.Tifui ot$10win
_______________________________ new has been worn twice. The first
Comfortable front suite for girls. Rend F $25 takes it. Can be seen at the
reason~ae. Two blocks from cam-,- 1\1cigan Daily office. 91-3
pus. Call' 733-W'. 90-4 ''~)~TZ -~i -4 --~fi~,h~
P6'b RAT , P---A4j .i k4"ofJ4 in kPnt In*,t NLS




. d+'V t 7 3:,1..rtr-.E]. jlctit ut jJitLE;tiL 1t; Ltttf;t

FOR RENT---Well heated, well fur- Oxfords. Worn once. H~alf price.
nt-hed~ rooin, double or single, 815 Call 1057. 91-2
Arch I7~W~i.FOUR SALE-One now evening gown.
FO)tRERNTl-Pleasant room. for. two ' Price reasonable. 216 So. Ingalls,
boys, steam heat. Call 1008-R. 1211 Apt. I. 91
N. Divsion, 89-31
__________________________FOR -SALE-New Tuxedo, size 37. 906
Avery warmz comfortable . suite. Phlonie E. Huron . Saturday ten to noon.
2863-J. 939 Greerwgod. 90-3J 91-2
FOR RENT-Pleasant front suite for TYPEWRITING
girls. 122-J. 90-2 Have your MANUSCRIPTS typewrit-
DOUBLE ROOM for rent. Half-block ten by experienced TYPISTS. Bid-
from camnpus. 631 Oakland. 91-3 dle's Book Store, 11 Nickels Arcade.
SINGLE ROOM for rent. Warm. 944 ~
Greenwood. 88,21 TYPEWRITING Wanted. Twelve cents
a page for any work. 1852 Wihnot
)JC~eLANEOIS St Phonei 1541-J1. 91


O1HN WARD men' rememn-
I)dress at leading Universities
ran to corduroys and jerseys. The,
undergraduate today is the best
drest man in all the country.Tast'e
in shoes, for instanse, is most
exacting. The pattern ofthehohn
Ward styles and the volume of
the John Ward business prove; it,
The John Ward representativ-
displays in:

Any good tailor would have
to charge double-or more



ANNOUNCd.EMNT--Do you~ know lta
Rider's 200 drop capacity Master-
pen is the most popular pen on the
campus? There is a reason. Call

TYPEWRITING Wanted-Copying of k
notes, thesis, etc. Mrs. Wisbiin,
phone 586., 91-2






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