; .A-NDA'i, 'ECPAIBER 11, 1927
THE MTCHT",,-NTJ- J).ATT,-Y
ZIJNDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1927 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
HOCKI S UAD unn THEEMiIIAiN MEN YANTKEE LEADER
__ ;HONORED BY ECKERSALL SEEKS PLAYERS
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(Continue~d from Pae S ix)
Yars ity Candidates I~raci lee la Field
Hiou se Penidinig Formiation Of
Ice In Vollseniii
TO HAVE FRESHMAN TSEAM
Pending the arrival of a cold wave
of sufficient duration to allow good
ice to form in the Coliseum, members
of the Wolverine hockey squad have
been confinlig their practices to the
field house in the first workouts to
tion themselves for their difficult
The Varsity hockey candidates
practiced an hour and a quarter on
Thursday and Friday nights in tihe
field house in the first workouts of
the season. The men confined their
efforts to running around the track t~o
improve their "wind," and then ad-
* journed to the basketball court
where they drilled on several forma-4
tios and foot work.
This year's squad, consisting of 35
members is the largest ever to re-j
port for hockey in the history of the
sport at the University, and the fighit
for regular berths on the team is ex-
pected to prove an unusually inter-
The list of veteran performers was
increased by one this week, when
Morton Fisher, letterman from the
1925 team joined the squad. Fisher
w is a center and may receive the call
to fill the gap left by the graduation
of Lawson, 1926 star.
In addition to Fisher, Coach Ed-
ward Lowrie has four lettermen and
two AMA winners amoftg his pros-
pective candidates. The other letter-
mren are Jones, captain of the 126 4
Big Ten championship team, Roach,
another two year veteran, Maney, and
Copeland, while Marshall and Wald-
ron are the AMA men available for
Yearlings To Organize
Michigan will have a freshman
hockey team for the first time thisI
season, according to Coach Lowrie,
who plans to issue a call for yet-rliug
cadidates immediately following tha
Christmas recess. The freshmen will
practice with the Varsity squad, andI
'will furnish valuable competition for
the regular scrimmages which will
begin after the holidays.
Coach Lowrie hones to be able to
send his men through their first reg-
itlar workout of the season Monday
night, providing the ice in the Colise-
um is in the proper condition. It is
expected that the practice sessions
will be from 5:30 until 7 o'clock as
Chinese are wearing imported ath-
letic suits in preference to those made
laan; Raskowski, and Smith, -
prise, interestingly enough, th,
tire left side of the line.
D~rury, Southern California, is
Imiated by Eckersall for the qu
back post and the captaincyc
first team, Cagle, Army, and N
[=Pittsburg, are the halfbacks,
Joesting completing the backfiel
In referring to Oosterbaan, H
sall says, "There is little abou
play which Bennie does not kno
!was so effective defensively tha
Iposing elevens seldom sent pla
I bis end, and when, they did two
ers were delegated to take himc
the paths of runners.''
E Chicken with
com- NEW YORK, IDec. 10.-Although the
.i c"'- New Yank Yanikee-, wen the 1927
Americana League pen ant by 19
gare, B- nesManager Mi] 1ev IIugginas says
of the he wants to ''st renagthlen" the world's
WVelelh, champions by a eq uiriln a0pitc her andl
with} an outfielder.
Id. IHe has his eye oni Geor'ge Ihle of
Esker- Ithme Indians, Ted Lyons and Alplionse
ut end Thomas of the White Sox, but doese 't
w. Hej think lie can g et ILimb.
ays at As tra~iing material.,.1lnn,_..is c-
Splay- ; cared he would dispose arl out-
oult of; fielder, two infielders, two p~itchers
and a catcher.
J HONOR TSEAM CHOSEN
4 FROM ALL SELECTIONS
(Continued from P'age Six)
SLG-'Manson, Minnesota. ..... . ...51.
RG-Baer, Michigan............. 65'
ET-Nowack, Illinois .............4';
S RI --Timm, Illinois .............. 49
n n s t . . . ..E5II - C a m e r o n , \ W is c o n s in . . . . . . . . . I
LT-Nelson, Iowa ................ Ci
C-Reitsch, Illinois .............40
_H G--Matthews, Indiana...........19
RT-Gary, Minnesota............ 28
RE-Haycraft, Minnesota. ......2
Q CB-Crofoot, Wisconsin ...........7
LH-Wilcox, Purdue .............12
jPB-Lewis, Northwestern .........15
I'AMOI ', IOR FOOl)
I SUNDAY DINNER i
Date Salad .
Breaded Veal Cutlets
Grape je lly
I ~ Garden Green Peas
Cabe withi Whipped Cream j
at Rider's Pen Shopa
d~ri V.('.~A P:'.
e Made Noodles
:h Whipped Cream
KATHRYN WING MARCEL SHOPP',,..
s'pe ciailinos in artistic TTarcellin4.
Open evenings, 70J N. UniversitY.
Phn 1!29. 6,7,7
NOTICE-We deliver between theo
hours of 9:30 and 11:30 p mn. Prompt
.Delivery.. Barbecue_,Inn. Phone 448 S1.
Caramel Pudding wi it]
1 14 So. Main.
Ag'/r everyone in ae fermi'
A Kodak on the Christmas tree means year-around
pleasure for your whole family.
Do your Christmas Kodak shopping now-a com-
plete stock and a thorough knowledge of the Eastman
fine are at your disposal here.
Autographic Kodaks are $5 up
Box Brownies from $2 up
719 North U.
Open Evenings and Sundays
FOR RENT-Large front room, single
$5, or double $6. No other roomers.
624 S. Division. Phone 8196..
SIJITE' of four office, rooms, scronkt
floor of Wagner-Block, State =t .
1Light on three sides5. Availaible
January 28th. 71, 72, 73, 74, T75
FOR)I RENT-Suite for three boys,
well furnished and heated. One
block from Campus. Phone 7723.
l FOR SALE
I FOR SALE-Five-tube Gr,-bc' Radio
and speaker, walnut cablin et. New
tubes and lbatteries; excellent loop
operations. Wiers, Dial 8004, 537
FOR SALE-$35 Bulova wrist watch,
$20. Metal band. 1121 S. Univ. The
Watch Shop. 70, 71, 72
SWEET CIDER, grape juice, Opples,
potatoes, carrots, andI cabbige. Call
R. E. Wagner, 9531 or 22413.
68, 69, 70. 7.1, 72, 73
'WN~NTED-Used 'cornet with case;
must be in good condlition. Call
If1. W;adenmyer. Phone 4211. 70, 71
WANTE+D --Experienced cook, whit;,
d'esii'es position with fraternity.
ITwelve years catering for" large
n "umbers. Phone 5:1. 71, 72, 7:3
XVANTED}--Young men to sell holiday
specialty. All or part time. Should
Bmake 10 to 15 dollars daily. 930
Forest. Call forenoons and eveninigs.
PAIR glasses and compact, in brown
leather ease, Thlur'sday afternoon.
Reward, Catherine Eaton, D. 4093.
69, 70, 71
WILL man who took wrong dlerb~y by
mistake from S. P. E. dlance, Friday,
please call Korach, at 9217. .71
LOST-A pair of glas ses, Th ursdlay,'
p~rob~ably between Montroe and Hill
on Oakland. Reward. Call Burger,
21118. 71,. 72
Mon., D~ec. 12
W~oodward, at Eliat
Thur. a nd Sat.,
Sir Foribes-Robertson's Greatest Success
Old Plantation Chicken Pie
with the golden flaky crust,
and the hunger whetting
savor that made tihe Old
South Famous. ..
Over Derrill Pratt. State St. i
LOST-Gold Scalp . nd Blade pin
with the initials 8C. K. on back. Call
C. lac i' 'Phoe7355. Reward,
BY JEROME K. JEROMIE
A Play That Has Stirred Thousands in Two Continents
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MICHIGAN FOLKS By C. R. Perry
WHAT S TWAT, -IT'S OU WHAl T_ WEILL WtID UVP tAT
YOUR OLD cHRisTrMAS 6A!'
H16H SCHOOL LISA', DEAR. ARE OU AK "
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Do'tcasr run a helatmiueaonein-wee ouae oN Ibu tosefe
last presents- You'll find something here that will delight the one who gets it.
CHOCOLATES & CONFECTIoNM
EVERYBODY LIKES CANDY
Christmas Samplers, $1.50 to $7.50
Auto-Strop- Safety Razor Nothing Nicefii than a Beautiful
Several Models, De Vilbis'Perfumizer. Many
$1.00 to $100 Shapes and Colors, 75c to $10
Who Was The 13;th juror?
A mur er h d bee com itted . A m an had been sentenced.
Tw uelvehmenbeevedchimtguiltY.But the Thirteenth knew
he was innocent!I For the thirteenth juo W Sthgeagits
ma.Who he was and what he did is revealed in the greatestear
emotional crook picture of the yer
Ml~a 1', ~~II, ri oa, 'SaiIlor
Stmrke, loyd Wititlock,
Sha)rkC e giill Fred
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AS1-iE~ KINIs.ARO .IM N Every lady attending the matinees this week starting
VARETISRO . . A LCON tomorrow will receive a silver spoon.