THURSDAY. DECEMBER 15, 1927
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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71 LOST-A-setaofakes In aa.'Ay.ca.e
INDIANA TO TRY OT SWIM TEAM WILL
C JOMPETEIN EAST,
CIIICAGO-April 4, 5, 6, and 7 haveI fencing lh,,voocn abolished as in
Ibeen set, as the dates for the tenth
ainnual1 natiom~il interscholastic bas-
ketball touirnamnept sp~onsoredI by the
Uniiversity of Chicago.
collegiate sport s at Syracuse uni
sity according to a ruling of the;
letic governing bhoard.
Second !Tea,-w; ro)ieet in curtai
In Major Event
TO PLAY WABASH PA S)~. oTeDiy TWICE,
BLOOMINGTON, Dec. 14-Indiana
university will be one of the first
Big Ten teams to try out the double-
header systemn1 here next Saturday
night when Wabash college comes to
Bloomington. T'he second teams of'
the two Hoosier schools will clash in
a curtain raiser with the first string-
ers battling it out in the main at-
traction. Any player who participates
in the first tilt will not be eligible
for the second game.
Wabash has been feared by Big
Ten teams for several seasons. The
Little Giants have met several Weat-
ern Conference foes and on several
occasions- have come home thne vic-
tor. The invaders have a quintet this 1
year which comies near rivaling the
"Wonder~ Five" of a few years back.
Coach Dean's team will not be in
excellent condition for the tilt. The
Indiana coach has found it difficult to
get acquainted with the intricate rloor
habits of his men due to the new ma-
MEXICO CITY-Claude M. Butlin,
an Englishman, won the open golf
championship of Mexico for the sec-
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dual competition. Little is known con-
c~erning the calibre of the Violet
The concluding meet of the trip
wvill be with the Washington Swim-
ming club on Dec. 22. Th1is meet is
being sponsored by the Michigan
alumni in the national capitol. P'ar-
ticular significance attaches to this
meet as Washington is Capt. Darnall's
Mark Coles, captain of Brown uni-
versity's tank team last year, will
swim for Washington in the 50 and
100 yard free style events. Noyes, the
captain of the 1927 Chicago team, and
Wirkjes, Navy captain in 1923, will
also compete in the free style events.
a COLOSS CLOSS
Col- AT 3 P.M1. ADVERTPISING AT 3 P.RL
SY RACUSK--Boi~xing, .golf, wrest-I
ling, rifle, tennis, hockey, soccer, and gate football coach, has resigned.
A MERR Y CHRISTM IAS
NOTICE-Be sure and visit this most
modern and efficient Hat Cleaning
andl Shoe Shining Parlor. Michigan,
Theatre Bldg. 539 E. Liberty.
Tues., Thurs., Sat.
furnish references. Estimate givent
on work desired. Phone 3655.
i SUn., Tues., Thurs.
NOTICE-Varsity Inn is noted for
exc- llnt Chinese and American
food. Lunch, 35c, 11-2 p. m. Dinner,j
50c, 5-8 p. m, 512 E. Williams.
Tues., Thurs., Sat.'
INOTICE-Remington Portable type-
writers sold, rented, traded. E.
Harold :Munn, Authorized Student,
HDealer. 203 So.Thayepr. Call3489.
FOR RENT-Large front room, single
$5, or double $6. No other roomers.
624 S. Division. Phone 8196.
SUITE of four office rooms, second
floor of Wagner-Block, State St.
Light on three sides. Available!
January 28th. 71, 72, 73, 74, 75 1
TYPEWVRITERS-If you are at all?
interested in a portable typewvriter,
p)hone ns for a demonstration of
The Royal Portable. No obligation.
Phone 8050, Ridler's Pen Shop.
72, 7 3, 74, 7 5
WA1NTED-Saxophone alto or tenor,
cash. Must lbe reasonab~le. Call 6110
Evenings. 803 S .State. 72, 73, 74
w\ith onte hyok nmissing;°. SiiluhL
Dial( t583. 74
M'S-A sBoston b1ulldegr. 1r' lc
body, Nwhite collar, ch:. s f. hg
and (face. Small round hr:eSp)ot
oan top of head b)'!Ncotl .:z If
fouznI Call 7133 or 474"1. 1. ad,74
LOST-Tuesday nighxt, theo b)ir"LI1 ,,
a Parker Pen. Eng rayvz. .i hIiIinma
Burns. Calf 8913 or lea-ve.a Math
Cook Dormatory. 74
LOST-Glasses in black c as-., .Mon-
1day, in or near Alumni :fall. Pes
jcall 22464 at once. 74
LOST-Parker fountain wiW, on
Church. Finder call S t44. Rzy. ard.
FOUND-Beautiful and useful gifts at
Ptider's Pen Shop. Desk sets. Rider's
'Masterpens, Manicure (Eversmairt)
Sets. Compacts for girls. D~ainty
Christmas Wrappings Free.
i ~72, 7",, 74, 75
(By Associated Press)
.NEW' YORK, Dec. 14.1Regard.
ed five years ago as one of the
great all-around players of all
time and worth at least $150,00
as baseball values 'go, George
Sisler was sold outriglit today by
the St. Louis Browns to the
Washington Senators for a sum
understood not to be in excess
Although the fanmous first basq-
man 'Was sought by at least
three other clubs, reports -were
current that lie had b~roughut as
low as $15000O in the open nmr-
'ket, a tenth of his value while at
the height of his career, and be-
fore lie was attacked by eye
A HAPPY NEW
A. C. & RI'
73, 74, 75 WANTED--Ride to New York or
_____________________________--- vicinity for two students. Will
GiIVE THEM a personal touch. Names share expenses and driving. Call
engraved on fountain pens in gold 8838, 2 to 5:30; anil after 7 p. m. 74
leaf and embossed on leather goods.
f Rider's Pen Shop. 72, 73, 74, 75 WANTEtD to confer with party having
___________________________- - auto. Free garage for slight service.
NOTICE-We deliver 'between the See Hussey, at West Physics. 74
hours of 9:30 and 11:30 p m. Prompt LOST
Delivery. Barbecue Inn. Phone 4481,
20 100 REWARD for return of Police Puppy.
__________________________- Black body, brown head and. ears;
FOR RENT age 5 months. Reply A. T. Spence,
FOR RENT-Garage at Lawyer's Club, La'lb il44. 7,7,7
Occupancy after Christmas. Dial LOST-Tau Beta P1i key. Engraved,
21852 after 6 p. mn. 74, 75 H Iinckley, '26. Finder call 6539. Re-
ward. 73, 74
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms. I -- ----___
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house. Steam heat. Dial 8544. 422 swastika design. Name Ida on back.
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619 E. William St.
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I'm going to stick with Luckies."
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