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TUESDAY, JANUARY 25; 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1927 PAGE S1~V~N

Wolverines Hold Lead At SemesterEnd;
Mlather Pleased WithShowing Of Team
Vith tilie last basketball game of pr oved s'-o1Iexvlhat of a disappointmnent,
the sE_. <stLer p)layed last night against bIut. is sutficiently stroing to upset the
irsoi;Coach E. J. Mather's Wol- i hest squad in the 1ace;. Chicago, Min-
ver: i^e quintet now awaits the outcome nesota, and Northwestern; all weak
of thne other Big Ten games to be play-j teams, have a fear stars who may he
cad w ithjin the next two weeks. . bie to s'uon the opposition. on more
Clcago will meet Indiana at Bloom-i than one occasion.
ingti and Ohio State will journey to Cflcago Developinig 1Fast
"N innea polis in the two games schedul-' Chicago,' recognized as the "dark'
ed for- Saturday. After a week's lay- Aiorse" in the race, opened the season
off, t.he Hoosiers will play the returnJ with ,an inexperienced combination
gamnewith the Maroons -on Feb. 5 at!i which was able to winl only three of
Chicago, while :Minnesota engages the' its four ;tarts, bunt is now roundingI
Illini, at Champaign, and Ohio State; into an evenly b~alaniced, if not strong
tackles Iowa at Iowa City. The games! team.j
between Olhio State and Illinois, and iInidiana, c bowing the effects 01f
Minnesota andl Indiana, slated for !imn for the first '\i ia ry
Feb. 7, end the Conference-comlpeti I may mieet an unpleasant surprisen. In
tion for the first school semester. the second o1' the giro games, espacial-
Although the Wolverines are the ly, Chicago should puove to he abard
only leading team to remain idle inI opponent, for Neis 'Norgren's teams
the race, the title still hangs in the h lave consist ently shown good form in
balance. NV spQsin, after succumbing their se ,ond enc ounter with the samer
to the Indiana five by a 2 3-20 score, team, w.hen the gam3e is played a,;
has stagd an expected comneback and Bartlett gymn asinni.
now looms as a potential titular claim- j Ohio SMate, uinderralcd as to off en-j
ant. The Hoosiers, downed in the sure power, is exp~ected to show its
hard-fought game with Michigan, have! place ini the standing in it~s games with
already proven that Indiana will beJ Iowa and Illinois. Should the Buck-
one of the outstanding aggregations~ eye come through these two games,
before the season drawvs to a close. with victories, they will probably be
Illinois, twice defeated, has a well-I ono of the chief contenders for the
balanced teanm-wic is continually jchampnlionshiip. On 1 lie othe hand, Ii-
growing stronger. Iowa, coniceded to linois must de~feat iMinnesota andi Ohio
be one of the leading teams in the Big; to keep high io the race, while the
Ten whden the season opened, has Gophers muk~ deteat Ohio State, I1-t
I 1ISTI CTIVE FOOT WEAR

1linois, and Indiana. successively to Miichigan Simply wore the indihania
finish even close to thle .500) mark.. basketbhall, tam dow a. a nd heat thlemn
Hoosiers TIo Lose None a w heir own ganwie.'' a« och Ed.-,
tIf the Floosiers ruin true to 1or,11,winl J. Ma t hor. " H ioosier qtiint

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critics say, and are able to do withbout

has bet-n playiing it!; opponents off

the services of Winston, star g-uar-d their feetat ll pr5501. he Skiper AT P. . AD X E R
-who grad uates in February, they will: statead, *dependr3.g on their sp: ad a, ti
wnaltergames, and the Mich- saps'..oltt i~; bske t ce{,s. "r',tri-d:V7
igan-Inndiana tilt scheduled for Feb.. night they metA Iteami that w a , ________--
179 at Yost field house, will be one of match for them in speed and whriclIj yuae elpoe-usrr cl -ml(
the decisive battles for the champion-! had greater ?lasring qlualities. ie ,.tesI the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your -Want ad ;
ship, this providing that the Michigan" this, the 4itchigan teami would naot be1 will be charged.
quitetis bleto isoseof urde dscorae~lby n eghtor 'The 'Michigan Daily reserves tihe right ;t
quitetis bleto ispse f Prdu ; iscuraed y a eihtoi"tenpoinit classify all wcants ads undter" appropriate hlt
on Feb. 15J. margin against thnem." ings and to revise or withhold oblectionnable
___________________________________________ _________________________ copy.
- This column closes at 3 P. M. date preced-
ing publication. Notice of any error rmust t.O
fgiven in time for the second insertion-
i t CASH RATES
STen cents per reading line (on the bais; of
lIfive average wordls to the line) for one or turn
insertions.
Nine cents per rcading line for three or snore
1 nsertions.
! + Cash classifieds receivedl at the Daily ottice,
.in Thue Press Building on Maynard Street.
CONTRACT RATES

F OltSALE ,
I 1 i egIll" when you phone
8423. C. M. C ilsou, Chiropractor, 35j
Wuerili Arcade. tues-thurs-sat-tf'
NOT I E-Iats cleaned and blocked.
All k inds of shoes cleaned, dyed and
repaired. Sb~kttaction guaranuteed.
AN N X!B0iBOS]TOP, 625 E. Liberty
c-Tues.-Thurs.-Sat.
TYP'EWRIT.1ERS-All inakes, sold,
renited, exc-hangedl, cleaned, repair-
edi. Largest ant best steek to be ob-
taineti anyxyirere. 0. 1). MORRILL,;
17 Nickel; 1Arcade. Authorized deal-
er Phonue 6615, L. C. Smith & Cor-
ona Typewi t e t , Inc. tf

WANTE.D-S3tmut girlto wokfo
room and lhoa~dl, il537 89
WANTED STUDEN1"TS to know thlat
Sam Pan-s fromni$3 to $5for ol!
s i l s ;md overconts.
121 E. ANN DIAL 430'
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WANTED-Student girl to work for
room and board. Ph. 21588.
86-87-S8-89-90-91
XATED-Girl to help wvith hous;,
work andi children in return for
hoar d and room. Unuasually nlicc liv-
ing quar:ters with psrivate baatha. Suit-
alO for s-ingle girl or, married caaa-
Sple. Box 155. 8t -$ -88
NOTICE
.NO)Tl jE~c Luinc h, finest Chinese
andaa American menus including
soup, desert and drinks 35c. Varsity
Inla 512 Williams Street.
88-89-90-91-92-93
0 NAcademie Francaiso d , Donse, Madamn
Calliope Charisse, du l' ra do
Parsi. Toe, dance and bal~lroom
dancing. Cours I lygieniqu no pouar
Damces. Studio 105-=l S. Main street.
For information call 7997.
88-89-90-91-92-93

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LO1,ST --Crev cauras ,one leafn
bookz. I lease jret urn to a#(Wi t- -
insd fl'tcover.-n
ILOST----Starliing, silver linked braeeI
seat with oniyx.. LOA ton 1Pas(t I 'u i-
versity. Call 21156i. 8
LOST-Alpha Delta IPi pii 'Phursdn,-
na-de on back. Jerri'y Shaw. Phone
9G42. !!7
F(it SA 1,LE
I IZ SAL-J.1i op ti:"fret, Vdorks651
FOR S ALE--Thi-ce formral (dre ssis ;
igood conitaofl, 10 to '15 dlljar(s. Qui
!6688S(eenings. i i' i

C(11II N'P S irllcroom , reas~onable.
520 ('lieever (Court . lPhone 83,5.
FOR RE NTA--In modlernihouse5. l'1oolln
,lidtl iejng Poa-ch, also don Ide droxit
1row a - I'It'-ive reasena hi aj. No o her
rti, 11in lhonr;e. 117Ito Fra v.
{ I'h 101cis :',5 9. ii" 8 --M }-}
{'IL al o It EN-I a vgaIfront 1,om, lun-el y
.furnished. i'r"vin to 1)ath, (double ol-d
or twin bels. 209 No. Ill ga.ill s. Din]l
douible roots for men. Iicnt ranS: -
Iable. 610 S. -State. 88-8990,

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FOR RENT

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For Men
}$10.00

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Work ig your way'? The best proposi-
tion on the campus. Phione Landis
3489. thus,-fri-sat

FOR T EN't' --Single a ot)1, seconid
moest or, 506i E. Jefferson. Oneblc
f1°0111 (Campuis. 88
FOR RENT-A single room for rent.
Boys. Phone 6623. 88-89-90-91-92-93
FOR RENTP---Desirable front stite..
Light, warmn, plenty hlot water. 529
Walnut St. 88-89-90

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more, we will continue our 20 /) off sale
of Kuppenheimer and Belmont Suits

and Overcoats.

Also on Corduroy

The new

Imported Shrewsbury Calf Oxford

Full Troe and Narrow Heel Fitting.

Coats, odd Trousers, Lumber Jacks and
Selz Shoes.
MASTEN- & CHASE
211 SOUTH MAIN ST.
"Where You May Buy w'ith Confidence."

NOTICE-Big discount on all Framed
Pictures and mirrors. Sale of remnn-
ant frames. J. B. Saunders. Ex-
ceptional Framing. 306 So0. State.
toes-thurs-sat
FOUNTAIN PEN INK
Are your records important? If not
wh a et e ? I h y aeis portant use a Record Ink. This iso
the only kind pf ink we sell and the
only kind which works well in your
fountain pen. Many wo:Lhless sub-
stitutes are offered under 0h14 cloak
of the name "Fountain Pen Ink."
Ask us, we will show you the dif-
ference. Rider's Pen Shop.
sun-tues-th ur.
READ THE WAN'T ADS I

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FOR RENT-Single room in private
home for girl. 'Will cut price of1
room for carinlg for children two
or three evenings a week. P 1honie
6847. 88
FOR RENT-Rooms at Fletcher Hall
jfor men. $3.60 a week. Fireproof
building, shower. baths, hot and
coltd water in each rooln, steam heat,
maid service and excellent dining
service at reasonable rates. P~hone
9023, 915 Sybil St.
FOR RENT-First floor suite. Warm,
nicely furnished. Rent reasonable.
213 North Thayer. Phone 3229.
87-x8."89
FOR RENT -Large and single roomj
in fine home. Five blocks from
campus 208 No. Division. Dial
6521. 87-88-891
FOR RENT-Warm~ room, first floor
twith private" bath. No other, room-
ers in house. 502 E. Ann St. 5046.
87-88-89
FOR RENT-(Pleasant suite of rooms,
939 Greenwood. Phone 8194.
8 6-87-8 8

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l~c, 25c, 35c
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IFOR RENT-Five iroom apartment.
Steam heat andl modern convent-
iences. Dewey Ave. P~hone 5217.
. 86-87-88.
FOR RENT--Large, pleasant front
suite, two large closets, all con-
veniences. Private home, no other
roomers. Reasonable rent. , 1120
Lincoln Ave. 86-87-88,

To fraternities and tsoroilt e we offer
a specral finanein plan. Thr'ee
5(- heol years to pay. Your Old Ipano
eered as the I t paymnet.
Now iS 11h8 tine t Save money 1and(
have your new (Grand Piano for J-
Hop time.
In~estigate tis iunusual opprtuniky
today.
(TN l1IEUlSITlY MUSIC 1(W1SE
MUIC iVSTUDENTS
USIC TEACH'IERS
MUKIC LOV1E111IS
The, first time ever offered ii Ann
Arbor.
A genuine half price sale of standard
sheet music, Books, Colections,
Studies,' etc., for
P'IA NO
VOICE
ORGAN
CELLO
VIOLIN
Hundreds of miniature scores at one
half price their regular price.
UNIVEISlITY MSIC HOUSE
601 E. lWilhai 'St
a 88
NOTICE-
Victor Red Seal Record sale. Tree
for the price of one. All the artists.
Large selection. University Music
House. 88
NOTICE-The Steinway Artist Piano
Tunier: Dial 6776. Victor Almen-
dlinger exclusive, piano tuner for
Univ. School of Music. Not with
any music house.
87-88-89-90-91-92-93
NOTICE
Ann Arbor Mimeographing shop-z14
Detroit St. Let us do your 'mimeo-
graphing and typewriting. First-
class work. Quick service. Lowest
prices. Dial 8683.
c-tu es-thur-Sat
TYPE WRITING and lMeneoraph-
ink; promptly and neatly done
by experienced operators at mod-
erate rate's. Theses and college
work a specialty for 8 years. .
D. Morrill, ;17 Nickels Arcade. The
Typwriter and Stationery Store. tf'
NOTICE-Startlinig offer Tuxedos
Pressed-Fifty Cents. We call and
deliver any time. T. B. Lyons 515
E. Williams, Dial 5516.
tues-thurs-sun-t
NOTICE-Try one of our new Cone
Loud Speakers for $15.00. Schae-
berle and Son Music House. t
NOTICE-Typing, thesis neatly and
quickly typed at popular prices.
Phone 7345. tf
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
6513. 'daily-tt
NOTICE-Hear Marion Talley on the,
Orthophonic Victor Records. Schae-
Berle and Son Music House,,110 So.
Main St. tf
TO SEE best of 50 lines clotling drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tf
NOTICE-We carry a complete line o
the celebrated Hulton BI~and And,
Orchestra Instruments. Schaeberle
and Son Music House. 110 So. Main
St. f
TYPEWRITER RIBBONS AND
CARBONS
Our rapid turnover insures a fresh
stock and you secure the best qual-
ity at a moderate price.,0. D. MUR-
RILL, 17 Nickels Arcade, Phone
6615. Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
Typewriters, Inc. tr
T, ATT'ri-rmA 'I'wJ 1 LNU A T'L"U A

-A Boxing Kangaroo
turned loose in a
pawn shop.
S'imon Levi makes "'Sales-
man- Sam" look like a piker

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What a sale!

TO RENT'---1020 S. University. At-
tractive single room on campus.
3Jst across fromt Engineering Arch.
Also front suite. 5938. 86-87-88
FOR RENT--Furnished apartment
from the '1th of February at 621
-.Forest. Dial 21349. 86-87-88
20,11 V i)" T-For second semester, a
(icsi ab'- single roomn. Also two
suite,;;, ,ne on first floor for student
and wife, with private bath. 429
Soq. Division. 87-88
TYPEWRITER FOR RENT
Some good machines all makes. They
are in good condition. Rider's Pen
Shop. 315 State St. sun-tues-thur
WANTED
WANTED-Dressmaking by the day
by experienced seamstress. * Ref-
erences. Phone 8204 or 7497.
88-89-90
WANTED-Colored lady would like
work by day or hour. Can furnish
city references. Tel. 7483 after 4
p. m. 88-89-90
WANTED-Students who like good
hot BARBECUES to know we de-;
liver between 9:30 and 11:30 P. M.
BARBECUE INN, Dial 4481.
c-Tues.-Thurs.-Sat.

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Vreties
"DROPS FROM HEAVEN"
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.FOR conceience, speed and satisfac-
t ion, visit Trojntowskis Barber
Shot1. tues-thur-fri1
'WANTED-'We typewrite theses, etc.
415 E. Hoover Avenue., Phone 8278.
87-88-89-90-91-92

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