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FRIDAY, PEIRUARY 18, 1927 TI-I MICHIGAN DAILY P

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ILLINQIS FIVE LOOMS,'
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N)TIC E

Urana T'eam Is Tied With Ioixa For
'third Place In Coniference
Standing
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FO~UR GAMESSATURDAY
By its 46-32 victory over Northwes-
tern Wednelsday night, Coach Craig
Ruby's Illini quintet further compli- I
cated the Western Conference basket-
ball race and established Illinois on I-
even terms with Iowa, the two teams
sharing fifth place. t he Illini, with
six victories and three losses, hate
only three games yet to play and all/
of them with leading teams, two with
the' Badgers and the other one with
Michigan. With such a schedule, the
I~ni must play super basketball to'
gain the top rung. However, two of
their losses, haves been by one point
and several men ineligible the first se-
mnester are now with the squad.
Iowa, having four of its six remain-
ing games with Wisconsin, Purdue,
and Michigan, must also travel a rockyi
road to any possible championship.
Because of their schedules these
teams look almost certain to be put
out of the fight for Big Ten honors,
though both are apt to cause much
trouble for the leaders and may suc-
ceed in lowering the colors of the Wol-
verines, Badgers, and Boilerg~akers.
If Wisconsin is to finish at or near
the top it must be at the expense of
Indiana, as well, as Iowa and Illinois.
Because of these schedule complica-
tions, Coach Lanibert's Purdue team
is placing high hopes on Wisconsin,
Purdue, and Iowa eliminating each
other and leaving the field clear for
them. Indiana, and more particularly
Michigan, also have hard games to
play which are apt to cripple their
chances considerably. Purdue, on the
other h and will be faced with Mich-
igan and Iowa as theonly hard games
remaining.
Tomorrow's contests will bring all
of the teams in action except Illinois!
and Minnesota. A defeat for the Bad-
gers by Ohio State would spell their
downfall in view of their remaining
schedule. Michigan, with a win over
Indiana, would be in good position for
at leas~t a tie for the championship,
especially if Purdue falls before Iowa.
Iowa's victory, however, would put
Coach Sam Barry's men in a position
to threaten the leaders. A win jor
Indiana would have the same effect
on Hoosier, chances, for Indianai's re-
mainimg .ames include two with Ohio
and one each with Wisconsin and
and one, each with Wisconsin and
Northwestern.

FOR SALE I WA TED
TYPEWRITERS-All makes, sold,! WANTED-Gentleman student «Talit-
rented, exchanged, cleaned, repair-1 lug room mate p~lease call at 119
ed. Largest and best stock to be ob-' No. Thayer. Dial1 21815.
tained anywhere. 0. D. MORRIL.L, I 97-98-99-100
17 Nickels Arcade. Authorized deal-ji
er: Phone 6615, L. C. Smith & Cor-! ENGINEE RINGa student wants rocin1-
ona Typewriters. Inc. tf i mate. Has desirable front roomi.
W1 (t$3..00 a week. D~ial 9528. 97
_____ -- WANTED-A room-mate. Would pre-
WANTED-Club of 20 or more for fer freshman engineer or al'clite(l_
hoard. $6.00 per we,,k, 13 meals. Please call at 711 Monroe;. Phone
Rlea Dining Room. 9a-96-97-98 8267. 97-98
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\\NY )Toci4 r ,, j1' o 1oix IA)UT-WednesUay ee n ii1L
i:11~ V~ri. Taix. Apply Majestic Theater, a silver coinpact
o y97 with iitials "I. L."' engraved on
! ;:~ ~ W i]n 1"rat emit y ;it. lFinider pleasecall 70:37 after+
,, * ~ ~~12: 30. Reward. 97-9
t i ~ v i ~ntce.. ll'.j onles. - -
i~a 2i V ~ H)9l~ "999LOST-Pair of horn rimimed glasses.
7i~77~i~ ~ i~ d s ais not in case. Finder please call#
g~e~,ird~nr rlunch- 737.97-98-99
P . il h rm olly Little Tea!___-, -
> up",22 S. Eo . 95-9G-17' LOST-Chemical Engineering coupon.I
AN E iUUK~ ,Dial 4932. 97-98
;a:d lI.a s fromi 5 dto &': 0forold EL0'ST-Monday, on camp~us, pair of

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NOT'IC I.

100 per cent purne wool, mladle to or-
c(etc. $22.50. I.o Ilokunt ). Chick
:ing h'Lep. Shier-Ii:st Tailoring Co.
Will calIl any timie and d(isplay samu-
l).CS.Di It x242. 200 E. Hluron.

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116 South Main St.

Nil 4Sit ""I t"L' "".sel-imd lsss i bo
122I7.ANNI)Ii. 30t leather case. D~ial 8382. 96-97-98'
\V'.\NTI) ;l- l'osioff by a )lored chlef.' LOST-Bunch of keys. J. 1B. WAITE,
Fraternity or restaura.. . 1"xler i- phonle 5661 or notify Recorder's
ence :111(1 oodt city references.1 office, Law school. 96-97-938
'."AI14 11LOt'K. Dial 7483._ 97 ___ __
XVNE) oaltering and repair' LOST-~Diamtond ring, during Xams.
BVik for college mn andl women. Call 7226 after 7:301 p. in. 9<i-96-97
Work ;guaranteed. :Phone 6374. a____
_ ~97-98-99; LOST-Party who picked ulp man's
FI RN UI'l'HE REP'AIRING wrist waitchl, Hallmark make, on;
Up)holstering antd refinishing. Fra-' leather strap) in Angell Ilall, third
Seritiest given special attention. 1Itfoor laboratory on Friday, January
V. SNIM I and C. LINK. Dial 9487. 28th. Pleas'e call 5552. Reward.
97-98-99! 95-96-97
B OND S TO FIT =
(9ne Business

LO~1'-A but 1 au~u my27, dy; ci
"',-9 ;- 97-98-99 -lu 0-101
LOST.-_A A hIi, More's fto n!aiji I en.
IDiai 551s. tf
LO)ST-Jewel(;dl Sig'ma Nut 1'r,!t erjlit y,
pinl. Phone 5862. Substanll,1 re-
ward. 94-95-96-97
FOIR SALP -I'lhree tube radio, <coast
to c.oast reception. Com11plete wvith
all acc'essories; $5.I ~agerbon. '1211
Willa rd. Dial 82541. 97-951
FoOIRURN T-Doule and single rooml
inl comnfortab~le home. Good loca-
tion. 208 North D)ivision. Dial 6521.
I 97-981
FRONT SUITE -Light, warmn, plenty
of hot water. 529 Walnut. 97-98-99
FOR RUNT---Nic'e single room., Rea-
sonable! Good location. 1002 For-
,hst. Phone 7129. 97-98-99
FOR RENT-Front suite. One single
room. B~oys. Near campus. 810
E. Hluron. Dial 9236. 97-98
FOR RENT-Br'igh~t, nicely furnished
room, for one or two girls. Home

irl li: flith 'Pailor. Clothes made
to ordier a specialty, experienc-
ed cutter and fitter. 115 1-3 South
Ma1in St. 9J-96-9 7-98-99-100
:NOTICE-For potatoes and tine Iplac:e
wood, call 9534.
96-9 7-95-99-100-1
TO EURO PE-Conductpd tour lastingy
two nmouths in England, Holland,
the Rhine, Belgium, Switzerland~,
Italy, Riviera and France.Saln
July 1st. All expenses $625. Third1
successful season. Send today for
1Circular. Rawson, 4414, Hazel Ave.,
Clhicago.
96-97-93-99-100-101-102-104,104,105
DRESSMAKING, altcring, cleanin&g
and pressing. Ladies andi gem-s
suits, coats, etc. 1317 Geddes Ave.
Phone 9352. 96-97-983
SUITS AND OVERCOATS-Very reas-
onable prices, tailored or ready-
made.' We have a 4wonderful vari-
ety of patterns. Ro(palring also a
specialty. Beautiful fabrics for your
winter overcoat.
WILDI THE TAYLORI
109 E. Washington
Phone 5069

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This Is the Place to Come for Your
and Musical Instruments
You'll find here tihe latest popular sheet nusie amd
classic, send-classic 'and standard music in our
Sh~eet Music Diept., a comlplete stock of the late
player rolls, and the latest song andl dance hits 1
as ,well as the best of the world's classics are
available in our immense stock of Victor Recorts.
C'ome to Grinmnell's for your miusic-wie'll gladly
play those numbers you'd like to hear.
Saxophones and Bank and Orchmest ra Instrumntis.
Ukuleles, Banjos, Violins, .-tudolin s, (Gutars,
Steinway Pianos. ictrolas, RIadios, Etc.
116 South Main Street

Ti, '-at Serves All Otheirs
A GE investment house may be the investm~ent banker
for scores of borrowers in the municipal, public utility,
industrial and real estate fields. It must know hove to judge
,ccurities, and, moreover, how to sell them so that the invest-
ment wvill be serviceable to the investor in each case.
A dependable organization, comprising diversified talent,
is essential to maintaining an investment banking service that
will serve conmpletely both borrowers and investors.
There is always opportunity in the investment banking
field for well trained minds. Knowledge, personality, energy
° and initiative are necessary to sub~stantial proghess. No other
single business perhaps gives wider contact with the whole
field of business.
Halsey, Stuart & Co. is always interested in men who
can fit into the needs of its growing organization. If you
are i-nterested, write for our pamphlet, "The Bond Business
As Ail Occupation for College Men."
askf rpamphl/et 1D-2
Hr#ALSEY, STUART & C O .
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- ~utv ~oe ocampus. 34 - - c---- cu
Liberty Court. Tel. 8702. 97-98-99 WHEA RED-MDS"we
FOR R1ENT-Tw'o large double rooms.: you can have a two pant suit built
Will rent single or d >ulle or as a to your measure for $37.50? Springs
suite. Also room for one, man in styles now really. T. B. LYONS,
a suite, Either students or busi- Williams ,at Maynard. --f
Mes pe pl . 4 5 . D vi ion , N O T IC E --A P ortable Phon o g ra tln as
- - - ___:)7-98-991. low as $15. Three mouths to pa.Z.
FOR IZENT-Fi'oit suite. Light, wairm, just the thing for your room. Unti-
Plenty of hot water. 529 Walnut versity Music House. tf
95-96-97 -- - -- _-
-- - ----!-:NOT ICE-Banjo -lies. I-and painted
ROOMS FOR RENT-Front suite for! instruments with U. of MI. colors and
I)oyS,, also one single andl one (lou- designs. At our sale price as -low as
ble room, near campus, 1333 Wash-' $3.98. You can afford one. We also
tenawv Ave. iDal 21980. 95-96-97-981I have some exceptiona.l bargains in
_ - used tenor banjos. University Mu-
FOR RENT-At 1029 S. University a scHuet
desirable single room, one minute ______________-- -
walk from campus. Wood League NOTICE---Mouthi organs. Our entire
House. Phone 5938. 95-96-97 stock is offered for less than whole-
FO RN- O esute2- ouleroms sale cost. A popular pastime very
furnished, 2 blocks from camp~us. mushicnoe nw niest
Telephone 9240. 720 So. State St. MscHue
- - ---95-96-97 NOTICE-Red Seal Victor Record
FOR R ENT1--'Tile g a'.age for i rt 1211 sale-three for the price of on1e.
Martin 111. Dial 21678. L,2 Music lovers should not overlook
94-95-96-f97-98-99 this wonderful opportunity. Hun-
dlreds5 to s~elect from. University
FOR RENT-3-roomu furnished apart:- Music I-ouse. tf
mneat. Two front rooms or suite. -__________________
Steam heat; also garage. Call 8544. I TYPE WRITING and Mimeograph-
422 E. Washington. 94-95-96-97-98-991 Ing promptly and neatly done
- by experienced operators at mod-
FOR RENT-Large, light, front suite. I crate rates._ Thesis and college
One block from campus, near, work a specialty for 19 years. 0.
Thayer. 807 East Washington. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade. The
_______96-97-98 Typwvriter and , Stationery Store. tf
FOR RENT'-1207 'Willard St. Two Hear Fritz Kreigler's new Orthophonic'
room furnished light housekeeping Victor Records. Exclusive Victor
apartment. Phone 6642. tf' artists. Schaeberle & Son Music"
FO ENPGraenji~j h -ouse, 110 So. Main' tf
garage near new University Hlos- NOTICE--TIyping, thesis neatly and

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CHICAGO NEW YORK
zoi S. LaSalle St. I¢ Wall St.

PHILADELPHIA DETROIT CLEVELAND
mt South t 5th St. 6oi Griswold St. 925 Euclid Ave.

ST. LOUIS BIOSTON MILWAUKEE MINNEAPOLIS
119 t orth4th St. 85 Devonshire St. 425 East Water St. 6o8 Second Ave., S.

TRACK MANAGERSRJPS
Sophomores who desire to try
out forthe assistant track mana-
ger should report at Yost field
house at 3"o'clock any afternoon.
Willis E. Topper, MNgr.

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AT THE DETROIT THEATERS
Last :Week Beginninig Monday, Feb. 14
Woodward at I9li ott BOXSTILLE Playhouse
Nights 75c-$t.50. Mat., rTues. Thur., Sat. 50c-75c
ONE
of the clean hits of New York
ONE
OF THE FAMILY
ONE
MORE WEEK OF HEARTY LAUGHS
GARRICK 1TNIGHT
LAST 1WEEK
MATS WESA. $00SEATS
George S. Wise Crackig
Kaufman's Comedy Ihit
The BUTTER and EGG .MAN
with GREGORY KELLY
Br'imnming Over 'with Laughs
C (SNOW NIGT~PS of8:1
POP. MAT. WED
Still in a Class by Itself
STUDENT PRINCE t
811preme DetMuical
singinrgDeih
.NY lie.l f t. 4 4t heto 1hi
Si t. Mat. 75c to $2.20

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Individualized Smart Furnishings
.- ' .. E -wi
- ~ y iThemat ,Wild 's
M icLab . Coats
'' aitlers' Coats
Laundry --Cases
C overalls
ShopCoats
Aprons
Jiedics, Wild 's have
designed a betterw
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FOR RENT-Single room 'in private
-home, near buns line. Phone 6623.
96-97-98
FOR RENT-Newly decorated double
room, second floor, with or without
dlorm.- Light and pleasant. Will rent
single. 332 E. Jefferson. Dial 6110
or 3079. 95-96-91j
N OTICE
Troj iiowski's Barber' Shop has sat-,I
isfied Students for 410 years.
sun-wed-fri;
NOTICE-Swift Drug Store for Sheaf-
fer, Conlin, Moore and Wahl pens. I
We do fountain pen-repairing.
wed-fri-sun
DANCING Every Saturday night, Dix-
bora. 5 miles out Broadway on
new P-lymouth paved road. fri-sat-tf
NOTIC:E - Dressmaking, altering,I
cleaning and pressing. Ladies and
gentlemen's suits, coats and appar-
el. 't217 Geddes Ave. . Phone 9352.
96-97-98,

quickly typed. at popular prices,'
Phone 7345. tf
N~OTICE
Special Bargains on newv and .used in-
struments. SeJpaeberle .& Son Mlu-
asic House. tf
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaninig
Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phmone
6513. daily-tf
TO SEE best of 50 lines clothing drop .
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
!6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tf
jTYPEWRITER RIBBONS AND
CARBONS
Our rapid turnover Insures a fresh
Estock and you secure the best qual-
ity at a moderate price. 0. D. M011-
RILL, 17 Nickels Arcade. Pbone
6615. Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
Typewriters. Inc. tt
EXCELLENT TYPING
We can ;give you clean, correct work
on short notice. Corrections in
spelling and punctuation. All work
guaranteed. Rider's Pen Shop, 315
State St. tf

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SHUBERT LAFAYETTE
THEATRE - DEIRCIT
Last Chance
Undecr the booking' contract be-
twveeui 'William Fox and the
Messrs. Shubert, no0 other en-
gagewuents can: be played in
lMicligsai this year. And re-
member-
It's' Going Away
IW.,hat Price

Decoration

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Talks.

Our 1927 line of wall papers -are being
shipped in large quantities. You will appreciate
seeing this beautiful assortment of deluxe papers,
direct from factories of best designers and finest
colorings.
Spring will soon be here, when no doubt you
will need to re-decorate a number of rooms. Re-
member, we can carry in stock only high grade,
dependable goods and stand back of every pur-
chase you may make.

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