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MARCH 10, 1'926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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M'ARCI'I 10, 1'926 PAGE ~EVEN

COACK MATHE'R CALLS PRESENT FIVE
BSTf OFIS OFFENSIVE mA CH INES

Michigan's championship basket-
ball team, the first to be at the top
of the Conference list since 1921-22
is one of the best offensive teams
ever seen at this school, according to
a statement made yesterday by Coach
'Mather.
With five dangerous scoring men ni
the game at all times, the team was
probably stronger than that shown by
the champions of four years ago.
Comparing the defensive prowess of
the two teams, the Skipper said that
this year's team was not as strong,
but the powerful attack enabled them
to score enough points to win.
The titular team of 1921-22 was
composed of Dunn, center, Capt. Kar-
pus and Miller, forwards, Williams'
and Rea, guards. Miller and Karpus
were high scorers in the Big Ten,
with Miller among the first four in
the standing. The former was an ex-
ceptionally clever dribbler while the
latter showed especially well under,
the basket. Although a bigger man than
Reece, Miller's work on the floor and
in close shots was much like that of
the forward of this year's team.
Capt. Doyle, center, probably holds
a shade on Dunn at the pivot posi-
tion because of his ability ,at taking
the ball on the tipoff. Both were good
floor men while Doyle played a tight
defensive gamne.
This year's team was very clever
and fast, the Coach said, and many
out of bound and 'tipoff plays were'
employed. During this season more
plays have been used from the out of
bounds mark than the total of those
used in the~ 'past -six years.

stated that the Michigan team which
defeated Northwestern Monday at
Yost field house was the best team he
has seen on the floor in his five years
of coaching at the Evanston school.
In the last seven years, only twice
has any team won a clear claim to
the Conference cage title. Last year,
Ohio, with a -record of 11 wins and
only one defeat, decisively took the
championship. In 1920-21 Purdue
held the first place in the standing
with eight games to their credit to
one lost. In that year Michigan and
Wisconsin tied for second place with
eight wins and four losses each.

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AT THEil T EIEAT ElS
Tl'iy-S7('reeln
Arcade--"The Wanderer," with
Ernest Torrence and Greta
Nissen.
Majestic-"Joanna," with Dor-
othy Mackaill.
Wuerth-"The Enchanted hill,"
with Jack Holt and Florence.-
Viddor.
Today-StIge
Garrick (Detroit) - "Danding
Mothers," with Mary and John
Halliday.
Bonstelle Playhouse (Detroit)-
"The Song and Dance Man."
Shubert Lafayette (Detroit) -
"Chorlot's Revue."
New Detroit (Detroit) - "Kid
Boots," with Eddie Cantor and
Mary Eaton.

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YPSILANTI NORMAL CONCERT COURSE
ELIZABETH RETHBERG
Prima Donna Soprano Metropolitan Opera, N. Y.
Wednesday, March 10, 8 P. M.
Single Seats $3.00
PEASE AUDITORIUM
Course Tickets for I remainimg Concerts including Lundo wska-$1.00

If vou are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie C. 1. ID)ukas, 1319 S. UI'ersity
the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214 and your want ad 19.
will be charged. ____
The ?lichigan Daily reserves the right to
classify all want ads under apropriate head ecia Release on 'Victor iecords-
,iRecords-
ings and to revise or withhold objectionable4
col"y.coDinah" by Jenn Goldkette and his
isol aclo t 3.1.de preced- Oichest ra ; "Always" by Geo Olson
ing publication. Notice of any error must be snlhsmsc.ScabrecSi
given in time for te second insertionhis music. Schaeberle & Son
CASH RATES Music House. tf.
Ten cents per reading line (on the basis o: _ _--
five average words to the line) for one or two Arnold's State St. Jeweler
insertions. I t
Nine cents per reading line for three or more is now carrying a complete line of
insertions. tuti esalmks l rcs
Cash classifieds received at the Daily office1 ountam pens-all makes, all prices.
in The Press Building on Maynard Street. Whatever type you may need, come in
CONTRACT RATES anti see us, we can satisfy you.
Special standardized rates given on appliia. Arnolds Slate St. Jeweler
tion. 302 S. State St. tf.
LOST _TYPEWRITING & MIMEOGRAPHING
LOST--Pair of dar shell rimmed Promptly and neatly done by compe-
LOST Pairof drk sell imme tent operators at moderate rates.
glasses between Hamilton Place and College worka specialty for seven-
Thompson St.. Phone 21069. teen years.
18-9.__ O. D. MORRILL,
LOST-Alpha Chi Rho fraternity pin, The TyperNicke statnery Store
in vicinity of Angel Hall. Name on t
back of pin, A. G. Dahlem. Dialtf.
j8368. 18-19.

Aburrtisins

NOTICE
HIGH Grade cloth(es, custom tailorcd,
latest styles, perfect fit, $ 10 and up.

AMERIICAS LARGEST SHOE STORE
WOODWARD AND ADAlS
DETROIT

LOCAL EVENTS
For notices not otherwise mentioned in
The Daily. Items will be published on
two successive days only. Copy must
be submitted to the Local Events
Editor by a P. M.
Wednesday
Polonia Literary circle will meeto
7 o'clock in Lane hall.

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Women's Educational club will
meet at 8 o'clock in room 109, Tappan{
hall.
Thursday
"Contigo Pan y Cebolla," by Gor-
ostiza, the sixth annual Spanish play,
will be presented at 8:15 o'clock in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Read the Want Ads

League of Nations that she is exaniin-
ing its invitation to come to Geneva
and discuss the Mosul affair before
the league council.
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l1dear o fe
.Alexander shoes'
will add to that
well dressed
appearance,

JUST LIKE YOU OWNED IT
Yes, there is a way of getting to and
from your office or for any other ser-
vice at a cost much less than the in-
vestment and upkeep of a privately
owned car if you will adopt our indi-
vidual cab service. Our drivers are
uniformed, our cars are like private
cars, and our charges for our particu-
lar service are most reasonable.
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SPECIALLY PRICED

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Styled by Fyfe

Made in Englaild

E VERY smart feature sought by college men
iA footwear this season will be found in
the "Cambridge." Modeled over a fashionable
new brogue last by England's ablest shoe
manufacturer, presented in black or tan
Scotch Heather Grain Leather. Its distinct-
iveness demands your earliest inspection!
On sale in Ann Arbor at

LOST-Sigma Phi Epsilon pin, call
9717 or 6788. Reward. 18-19-20.
LOST-A pair of tortoise shell rim-
med glasses in case of a Philadel-
phia Optemitrist, between Medical
Bldg and 119 Park Terrace. Re-
ward. Dial 21017. 19-20-21.
NOTICE-
SAMPEL Victor records played by the
Univ. of Mich. Band, now being
demonstrated at SCHAEBERLE &
SON MUSIC HOUSE, 110 S. Main St.
tf.
PRESSING-Unquestionably the best
pressing service in town. Try us
once. Cheer-Up Wahl, 328 So. Main.
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SCALP Treatment given Monday.
Wednesday and Friday evenings for
men. Hours 7 to 10. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Anderson Beauty Par-
lor. 18-19-20.
Fine custom tailored clothes, in-
dividual fit, best workmanship, cor-
rect style, suit $35.00 and up. Albert
C Gansle, 118 E. Washington. tf
VICTOR Single Face Red Seal Rec-
ords, 3-10 in. records for $1.00; 2-12
inch records for $1.00 at Schaeberle
& Son Music House, 110 S. Main St.
tf.
PERPETUAL CALENDAR-A magne-
tic arrow finds the day of the week
for any date. Send 25c ($1 for 5)
for this device together with the
mathematical formula upon which
it is based and rule for calculating
results mentally. A. C. Washburne,
Pittsfield, Massachusetts. - Wed-tf.
HEAR Ted Lewis' new record No.
543-D "I Wish't I was In Peoria,"
and "Pretty Little Baby." Allmen-
dinger Music Shop. 305 Maynard.
19.
A. NASH CO., Golden Rule Tailors
Spring Suits and Topcoats
$23.00
Style, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed
Dial 6746 or 9736 tf.
LEAVE your order now for the new
Victor Record played by the Univ.
of Mich. Band at Schaeberle and
Son Music House, 110 S. Main St.
tf.
TYPEWRITERS
Rebuilt and second hand of all makes
bought, sold, rented, exchanged,!
cleaned, repaired and rebuilt. Larg-
est stock and best service depart-
ment in Ann Arbor.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
tf.
MONA BEAUTY SHOP
409 E. JEFFERSON. DIAL 22159
FRENCH MARCEL 75 CENTS
SOFT WATER SHAMPOO 50 CENTS
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO HAIR
CUTTING
EVENING APPOINTMENTS
Little investment-big returns, The
Daily Classifieds.-Adv.

WAINTEI)
WANTED-Men desiring summer po-
sition with guaranteed salary, call
Moore, 437 Maynard Street. 19.
WANTED-Would like washing and
ironing to do at home. I also
laundry curtains. I do day or hour
work out. Dial 22388. 18-19.
WANTED-Driving to Grand Rapids
Friday afternoon in heated Ford
Sedan, balloon tires. Room for
several people at cost of driving.
Call 8065. 19.
WANTED-Trumphet player at liberty
for week end dance work. Phone
21265. 18-19.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-3 room apartment, well
furnished, first floor, modern con-
veniences, 943 Greenwood. Dial
3671. 18-19-20.
FOR RENT-2 quiet 'ooms, every-
thing furnished. Half block from
bus. Phone 7398. 18-19-20.
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment,
ready for occupancy, 324 E. Jeffer-
son. Call Waterhouse, dial 5155.
18-19-20.
FOR RENT-Good front suite for one
or two. Dial 4531 or call 509 S.
Division. 18-19.
FOR RENT-Four room, furnished for
light housekeeping. Private bath,
1214 Washtenaw. Phone 8965.
19-20-21.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE--Crosley 3 tube radio set,
Model 52. ,$18.00. Practically new.
V. E. Bolles, 1308 Geddes Ave.
Phone 21265. 18-19.
FOR SALE-Conn B flat Tenor Saxo-
phone, silver plated. Call Wolf,
4546. Good condition. 17-18-19.
CRITERIONS
THE college man has always been
looked upon as a criterion in matters
of dress.
And Sea Island Mills Imported Broad.
cloth, a standard by which fine broad
cloths ar judged, has immeasurably add:
ed to the smartness of the college man.
Correct for sport or street wear. At
your college haberdasher.
SEA ISLAND MILLS, Inc.
New York, N.Y.
This abe
assures the
rqualifyto
bradcoth
{ p' >shirtings.

VanBoven,

Cress &

Thompson

1107 South University

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Suits and Topcoats
for Spring
HERE in line, in "tone," in originality of weave-
and conservatism of cut is that high character of
clothing which the college men will favor this
Spring.
AND to excellence of fabric is added that perfec-
tion of tailoring and design.

In The Same Way
That

We Keep Our Old Friends
We
Are Constantly Making
NEW FRIENDS

As the prices reveal, ADLER

CLOTHES of

quality can be reasonably purchased with the as-
surance of long wear and correct appearance.
Adler Spring Two Pants Suits, $35-$45
New Long Blue Top Coats, $25-$35
Why Pay More?

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FURNISHINGS
Snappy Ties, Dressy Shirts, newest
in Hats and everything for the man
who demands style.

A RIEN1J'S ADVICE
There's no secret about our
reason for taking such a
deep interest in the satis-
factionof our Used Car
owners. We realize that
every owner has friends-
and that many of these
friends are going to follow
his advice in the matter
of cars.

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