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8S"NDAY, JANUARY 16, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE- MICH-IGAN-DAILY I-

PAGE SI~VEN

HUVKEY SQUAD OPENS
SFASO ITI1M. C. M,

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I AGUTY SQUASH TEAM
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('ollcga Of Mille'; Will, Be
Of Wolverines I First
P~ractice Game

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LAME TOMORROW
P ., orkey team will .:w in,
:{ ~in azainst Michigan College ..s
of Mn;,c, at 4 :05 tomorrow afternoon
at ,LtIc C~olseuin in the first regular :::''''z::'::':
-,ame of the 1927 season., The visitors at
will ag in play Coach Barss' team atJ (oanch lVa I" Tc
7:30 'Thuesday night at the same place. Mielitgi baseball eo:i('ii, a1ttlradyol
The College of Mines team, accord- ha.3 ins batteex' aieit, at wor1 inI
ing ty, advance reports is except ion- ipreparation for tit , )A-i: r ('ai r n ia W
alfly strong this year, andi they have this spring.
had the advantage of practicing sincej look bright. tii
early last November. The northern-f
erA'Are-'making their first trip south- Y
ward in a number of years and will
appear, against a. Michigan team for'
the, fist time on local ice. The present ~w Ni
trip also includes games with Mich- D
igan ;tats college at East Lansing cw et oC
and. witkANotre Dame at South Bend.
The College of Mines also plays the1 Side
other efig" Ten hockey teams, Wiscon-
sin a nclMinnesota.
About q week ago the College of J at
Mines Anolosed rink was totally de-
stroygd; ;y fire, and all of the hockey
eqtgipment was lost, consequently the; - °°
visitors have had a great deal of dif-
fictwlty in collecting* enough equip- i WS \a 4
ment to replace that lost in the blaze. 3V ouh a .
Wlp n ,lon Arbor the visiting team
will be en tertainied at various fra---
ternity houses.
The Michigan lineup has not been
definitely annou~nced, as Coach B3arss
is undecklcd as to just which mnen
will; Starti During the contest, how-
ever. the following men are almost.
certinlhto see service :' Captain Jones,
goal, . irRoach, and Comb, cde-'
fense, TTooper. Larson, MacDuff, Sib-,
ilsky, Marshall, Copeland, and pbs-
sibly Wellausser.
Jones, Gabler, Roach, MacDuff,
H~oop r'and Sibilsky are Jic I ernienz
from Elie 1926 varsity, wihile Cope-
land and \VTellautier are playing their
fit yeai-,with the squad.. The p~lay-
ers will w4~ar the new hockey jerseys
for the first time in 'tomorrow's game,. '
& they are blue with a yellow band run - t'
11ing around the center and they
Owting to the uncertainty of the
li ueiit t fl' practices have been espe-
cially spirited, yesterday's being espe- *r,
cially gratifying to the coach. The'i
entire squad is in excellent physical
condition, in spite of the fact that the C
men have had to -have numerous
ktitches taken to close wounds re-' y
cyived during practice. sessions N
The rink at the Coliseum has been
enlarged considerably by eficlosingI
teetrloearaia em etr pen." Thc playing space is now about.
3o) feet longer than the one used by
'*Wolverines teams in the past. This ",
should speed up the game consider- ;t s
ably, acco ding to Coach Barss, and t e e y ai o t e i t r s f 'h p c a o . E d e L w r , f r e
poe;ir ,hokysaofOtw, ;Ontario, will referee thve matches.(
Michig an played a practice game

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('titos sbet wtieen itsa nenhlers When
tv ai)j)Cu to 1lianr together. "The
f0(''iI:(1 (i 0o10011)11seamis to be that'
A~avil. 5 0 th Confer'encte (10 Inot
nl(rl'hap~' w ~i a acasual rgamle
v~ihout' another" now and then hut
a y, 1 g'~i'i'a. ie2n1ber's (of the samle
foi(l.
Z't'Si tt (a Clfna n,. l. Pierce ior;
a"L11 AlI!, lDirec0tor1'lFred Ill chr ing
110 ~ ~ an )'ie';:recert.:a in to b), tour
. ; of 'the A! no asot a (ieleg atlion.
1: oo-n!tat iVOS of the facuti iy and;
f (2gl1 i'a ill to be 'hr '''A, Vbut the
'ail l":t )c is that Ion. 1,'t 1. B. Sny-!
dar.1" 'h arof ib a board of regenta,

Wiit Ii1aSchedule hin'ldng such LE
strong, earns asw ° University ('1111 t 3 PI° ri f rY ,g
of i)CK I'0o'i 11(i1 the oledo Y. TA. C. A. -
looin g in the i tei ' futui'c.Itle facul-
t y squash 1 acquets t eam is wor'kn, _________ ____________________
out (ailly. Although hamlpored by the;,
ZIf yon are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie;
present lack of courts inl the g-ymna- 'the Ad-Taker. D~ial 2121 4, and your want ad
sium l, the t eaiii )5 ('ipoted to make will be charged,.
The MI i cigan D~aily reserves the right tot
a good showing. ;classify all wants ads undler appropriate head-'
Squash racquets, a7game extreme1(ly in,-,, and to revise or withhold1 objectionable
popularii'II the eastern tiiiivei'sities this column cloves at 3 P. 3 d(ate preced'
bothlias an int laflhlial anti a miror ing Imblication . Notice of ny error must be
gi''en in time for ther ;,cond insertion.
varsity sor, ns~ot \vell-knoltwnin CASH RATES
the 111iddle '^t at present . How~vever, l een cents Tper reading linc (on the basis of
fve averag~e uw 2 s to the lit') for one or two
it has gained to such an extent In ;itst'rtjons.
])e ro t ha tiii c ty has be n ht Se i Xie cents per reading line for three or m ore
insertions.
for the National Championship to be ('ash classiiaeds received at the D~aily office!
held in February. in' The Press Building on Maynard Street. I
_________________________CONTRACT RATES
jSpecial standardized rates given on applica-
ion..

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H1aving 'the satisf~actiotru of personal ownership of the
place in whih you live; having your family enjoy the charms
of their own fireside; giving your children the delight of their
own playground; comning home at night to your own lighted
windows and lying down after the day is done, under your
own roof. T his is contentment. Let us help you realize
thci'e ideal conditions of home life, Order an A-A-HOME.
AN 'AR B 0OR HO0ME BUI LD0EMRS3In C,

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LOST
ILOST-.A small eleptical platiinum pin
jwith filegree. Rewrartl. 1316 Ged-
des-6653. 80-81-82.
F"OUNDI1
F(A \ UD--Sea}'t on Williams St. Own- I
Ier may have sanie by identifying
1and paying for this ad. Phone 43(5.
79-80-81~
FOR SALE
FOR SALE--Fur lined coat. Excel-
lent.(condlition., For medium large
'Itian. Very cheap. Call 21908.
79-80-81!
TYPEWRITERS--Atll makes, sold,'
jrented, exchanged, cleaned, repair-
ed. Largest and best stock to be ohb-
jained anywhere. 0. D), MORMlLL,
17 Nickels Ar cade. Authorized deal-
er. Phone 6615, L. C. Smith & Cor-
ona 1'ypewrite.t, Inc. t

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WANTED-Garage near Madison anrd
Thompson. B3ox 153, Mlichligaii
rDaily. 80-81-82
WANTED--Suite of rooms for 2 stu-
(dents from now until beginning of
scondi semrester. Mtust be near
cahmpus. Phone 56lS-Welfeld.
80-81-82
WAN'rED-.Are you troubled with
your, mathematics? For tutoring
call 5767. Evenings. 80-81-82
WANTED STUDENTS to know that
Sam pays front $5 to $25 for old
suits and overcoats.
121 E. ANN DIAL 4306
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f FOUJNTAIN' PEN INK
Are your recoirds important? If not
why make them? If .tey are im-
Sportant use a Record Ink. This is
Sthe only kind of ink we sell and the'
only kind which works well in your
fountain 'en. Many worthless sub-
stitutes are offered under the cloak
of the name "Fountain Pen Ink."
Ask us, we will show you the dif-
ference. Rider's Pen Shop.
sun-tuies-thur.'
NOTICE~--Swift Drug St~ore for Sheaf-
for, Conklin, Mloore a Id Vahl penis.
jWMe (1( fountain pen repairing,.~
wed-fri-sun
NOTICE-A small lphonog raph for
your room, $1.5. Three months to
pay. Univer'sity Music house. 80-81

12Zif Noilli Main Street

Phone 7408

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W/hat ,-s good for the gander w~as good for
the goose--and the sky was the limit for both.
Theb fascinating? problem arilsing from the ultra-
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inuUrI1! taimar in star~Lt1 ie, am
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One of thosn easy riding, light upkeep,
Franklin, closed cars. A-1. concli-
tion. New paint and A-1 tires andI
battery. Dial 8950 or evenings 5267
for (demonstration. tf,
FOR DRENT
FOR RENT-Single roomu for rent inZ
p~riv~tc family, 920 Sybil. Phone
5887. 81
F+OR REN. T--For gradtvate student's
very desirable suite on ground floor
wVith fireplace, also single room.
Phone 2-2244. 81-82-83
FOR RENT -N-ear campus desirable
furnfished house. Ront reasonable.
Phone 9274. 81-82-83
FOR RENT---Large singleroom near
campus, for~ student, second senses- I
ter. 1321 Volland. Call 5436.
80-81-82
FOR RENT-6l3 IHill, onie(door off F
l'Sta(te, large warn double room. Reca-If
sonab~le. Next semester. Dial 7003.
80-81-82
FOR RENT-Desirable front room
near' mpuis. No other roomers in
house. Dial 8233. 80-81-821I

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NOTICE-I ypiug, thesis neatly and^
quickly typeOd at.popmular prices.
Phone 7345. ti
NOTICE-We repair all musical in-
struments at Schaeberle. and Son
Music House. tf
NOTICE-Student Tailor Shop, 721 N.
University, acros§* from Hill Audi-
torium. Re-opened under, new
management. Cleaning, pressing
and altering. Ladies' work especi-
ally. Phone 8040. c-tf
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
6513. daily-tf
NOTICE-Complete line of Radios,
and loud Speakers. Authorized
Radiola dealer. Schaeberle and
Son Music House, 110 So. Main St.
To see best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tt
Our rapid turnover insures a fresh'
stock and you secure the best qual-
ity at a moderate price. 0. D. MOR1-
RILL, .17 Nickels Arcade, Phone
6615. 'Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
!Typewriters, Inc. t'
NOTICE-Pianos and Victrolas for
rent. Schaeberle and Son Music
E House, 110 So. Mai* St. tf
NOTICE '
Trojanowski's Barber Shop has sat-
isfied Michigan Stud'ents for 40
years. sun-wed-fyi
NOTICE-Startling offer Tuxedos
Pressed-Fifty Cents. We call and
deliver any time. T. B. Lyons.'1,
E. Williams, Dial 5516.
tues-thurs-.sun-tf
FOUNTAIN PEN REtJAIRING
In keeping with University customs
we specialize, employ experienced
penmakers who can repair your pen
correctly. The only penmakers in
the state: If your tooth was in
trouble you would, go to a skilled
dentist, not to a black~initiv or grc-
cer.' Give your pen the same con-
sideration, Rider Pen Shop.
sun-tues-thur.

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with a Battle Creek team last week
~at the Coliseum and defeated the
visitors by a scor'e of 5-1. The sched-
ule originally called for week-end
contests with St. Thomas college of
St. Paul, Min., but owing to diffi-
culties that have recently developed
$it is uncertain as to whether or not
¢the St. Thomas teanm will make the
trip. In five event of their not coming,
games wil' be arranged with anothver
outside team, probably with Windsor
T rechnical college of 'Windsor, Ont.

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FOR fN-Roo)m in
for sOcofil Ist nester.
ble. 1114 Pr(. spect.

p~rivate family
Single or dou-
Phione 9185.
80-81-82

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WEEK SPORT EVENTS
3lO]NDAY
Basketball, Illionis, Field house
Ihockey-Michigan College of
Minms, Coliseum, 4I:05 o'clock.
W\restling - Iowa 'T'eadchers,
thvere.

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A speeding, sparkling story
about the younger set. Their
craving for sensations. Their
thirst for pleasure regardless of
the cost. Of a beautiful But-
terfly-girl, spun madly in the
whirl of delirious parties and
shallow friends. It's Twentieth.
Century Limited speed with
no end of life and drama.

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~New Aesop FaaII~e Cart ooii

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FOR RENT--A desirable room, law,
medical or dental s'tudent preferred.
521 Monroe St. Dial 2-1002. 80-81-82
ROOMS FOR RZENT-Beautiful large
suite and double rooms in fine home.
5 blocks from campus. Phone 6521.
20S N. Division. 79-80-81
FOR REN T--First floor room with
pirivate bath. No other roomers in
house. D~ial 5046. 502 E. Ann St.
79-80-811
F.OR~ RENT-Six'room house. 825 Syl-
van Ave. Available for second se-
mester. Feb. 1 or 15. Box 150 or call
8641. 76-77-78-79-80-81
T IYPEFWRITER FOR RENT
Sonic good machines all makes. They
are in good condition. Rider's Pen
'Shop. 315 State St. sun-tues-thur
WANTED

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IHockey-=Michvigan College of
MNines, Coliseum, 7: 30 o'clock. I
j, Swimming-All-campus tourn-
ey, Union pool.I
I FRIDAY
[jockey-St. Thomas College,
ColisemnvI.I
n :3 Rtke ta-Iudiana, there. j
Il ockey--St. Thomas College,
JC oliscunm.!
I Wrestling - Michigan State,
jfield house.,

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