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FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1928

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RESERE CAGERS BOW'
BEFORENORM.AL FIVE4
'IXe stern sfa e Fori~nrds Solve De-
feeOf T'aum And X hi Iii
1V;! ;' a ~ Clsin'Perious
BALSAA0 MCHIGAN STAR"
\1estf'rn State NormaI liasketball
tean: defeiae the Michigan reserve
quintet, 33 to 29, Wednesday at Bat.-.
tie Creek, in the first second team cage
isn played n the Conference. The
Kipke-coached reserves showed rea
pOwer in the first half and led 14-13 at{
the intermission, but the clever basket
shooting of Sebring- in the second
half gave the teachers a victory in
the last ten minutes of play.
Balsamo was the Wolverine star,
scoring eight points and being the
mainstay of the passing game. Whit-
tile ,also displayed an accurate ye
for the basket. Although the Michigan
defense was good in the first half, the!
combination of Nester and Sebring,;
who scored eight and 12 points re-
spectively, proved too much for the
Wolverine guards in the closing min-)
utes of play.
The lineups:
Western Site Norntal
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Yankees Pay huge
Sum For LaryAnd
Reese; Infielders
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Jan. 5-The New.York
Yankees are looking to the future
when some of the cogs in the; ma-
chine that~ ran roughshod over the
rest of the American. league last sum-

!nmer become a bit rusty.
Replacements were added yesterdays
when announcement was mnade of the
purchase for 1929 delivery o, the
i crack keystone combination of Lyn
Lary and Jimmy Reesr of the Oakland
Coast league club.
Unofficially it was understood these
two youngsters will cost the Yan-
lkees $150,000 in cash and players.
That sum would represent a record
outlay by the Yankees for any cee
I deal. The $135,000 they handed the
Boston Red Sox for Babe Ruth was
the previous high-water mark.
Baseball observers regarded the
purchase as indication that Col. Jake
Rupert, owner of the world's champ-
ions, was determined to leave noth-
ing undone to make the Yankees con-
tenders for the American league pen-
nant) for some years to come. Already
overwhelming favorites to repeat
I their pennant triumph in 1928, the
champions are preparing now for the
y ears that follow.
Just how the two Coast league stars
other things. Thus far outstanding
difficulty has been experienced in
finding an effective combination, five
men who will play throughout a full
game.
The quintet of Captain Harri-
gan, Oosterbaan, McCoy, Chap-
roan, and Raber has not p~raven

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ON, FENIG CEDL
(Continued from Page Eight.)
handles the fails and epee well, Pet-
tibone, who is adept at sabre and
foils, Kahan who engages with sabre,
and, Hammer who uses the foils. The1
other men on the first squad are
working haiq, some of thei are Ipush-
ing the first string duelists hard for
their positions. Several of th fresh-
men are showing up exceptionally
well and will undoubtedly afford gooer,
material for the Varsity squad 'iext
year.
The first match of the season will
be here on Febfuary 4, when the Var-
sity swordsmen duel the Detroit fenc-
ing club. Detroit has one of the
strongest aggregations in the country
and in an early season engagement
took the measure of the embryo \vol-
verine four.
were to fit into the lineup was puz-
zling Yankee baseball followers, how-!
ever. Shortstop Mark Koenig and see-
cnd baseman Tony Lazzeri now do
what is to be done around the key-
stone sack j st about'as well as any
pair in the big leagues. In addition
both are young and should show no
signs of slowing down for some years.
Joe Dugan, who grows no younger,
is the one doubtful member of the
Yankees' infield and another year
may see Miller Huggins confronted
with the problem of filling a hole at
third base. Reese or Lady, or both
may break into the line-up if such
a situation develops.

whleie else. our prices are 1(- i)more
than you would p:a elsewhere.
Mnufatuer 0te linous0 R ider
''Iasterpen.' Eidr'sPOn ShEop.
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NOTICE
BERTINE BEAUTY SHOP now openI
fo>r business under management of
Ii ss Madeline Moran, 1111 S. Uni-
versity. Hours: 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
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TYPlEWRITER RIBBONS-Our rapidl
tuirnover insures a fresh stock. You
secure the best quality at a moder-
ate price. 0. D. iMorrill, 17 Nickels
Arcadc.
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Rea-
sonable rates. M. V. Hartsuff.I
Dial 9387. 77-180
NOTICE-We deliver between the
hours of 9:30 and 11:30 p m. Prompt
Delivery. Barbecue Inn. Phone 4481.
20 100
TY1PEWRITING and Mimeographing
promptly and neatly done by ex-
perienced operators at moderate
rates. College work a specialty for
nearly twenty years. 0. D. Morrill,
' 17 Nickels Arcade.
NOTICE-Board by week, 2 meals, $5;
3 meals, $6.00. 905 E. Washington
S St. Phone 5872. 77, 78, 79
BERTINE BEAUTY SHOP, 1111 S.
University, will open Friday under
new management. All work guar-
anteed. 78

A WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY
We operate a .large fur ranch in Wis-
consinaspecializing in Muskrats. We
have an opening on our sales organ-
ization.for men who are acquainted
with numerous persons. To such
men we offer employiment i'n a fibld
that should net, in commissions ten
to - tventy-thousand\L. illa r~s . per;
year. Address: HUDSON SEAL
FUR COMPANY, 54 W. RANDOLPH
ST.,~,CHICAGO, ILL. 76, 77, 78
TYPEWRITER SERVICE
COMPLETE typewriter service; new
and used machines of all makes.
Rentals by the week, month or
semester; repairing of all makes by
skilled workmen; all kinds of typ-;
ing, prompt service. High class rib-
bons and carbons. Rider's Pen Shop.
ONE of the oldest and largest life
insurance companies wishes to ob-
tain a student representative. A
wonderful opportunity for the right
man. Will work through the local
office, thus having the benefit of
the advice and assistance of Dis-
trict Manager. Call 8862 for an ap-
pointment. 78
TYPEWRITERS-All makes, sold,
rented, exchanged, cleaned, re-
paired. Our machines and wort{
guaranteed to give best satisfaction.
0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade.

FOR RENT-Furnished 6-room house.
One-half block from campus.
Phone 6950. 77,78.9,O,S1,82
FOR RENT- -2 rooms. (ompletely fur-
nished for lmouskeeping. 2: Green-
wood. Dial 7019.
FOR RENT-Nice warm heated room
and board, in a new home. Phone
'.7796. 76, 77, 78
FOR RENT-Desirable sunny room
for graduate woman, two blocks
from campus, southeast section.
Phone S006. 76, 77, 80
FOR RENT-Second-story front room
for medics or married couple. Op-
posite 'Palmer Field llouse, 1302 N.
U. 76, 77, 78
FOR RENT-At 806 Kingsley, fur-
nished apartment of three large,
well lighted rooms. Dial 3784.
78, 79, 80
SMALL suite of room, near Campus.
Business couple preferred. Dial
4707. Rent reasonable. 78, 79, 80
WANT ED
WANTED-Two rooms with bath for
light housekeeping for second
semester. Mrs. Fred D. Houston,
3514 Brush, Detroit. 77, T8, 79

LOST-Semi-thin Gruen watth be-
tween Thompson and Division. Re-
turn to H. J. Foster. Phone 9417.
Reward. 77. 73. 71
LARGE brown leather notebook, be-
fore vacation.FContains lecture
notes. Phone Fulghum at 21217.
77, 78, 79, 80
REWARD for any informatioti or for
return of large loose diamond.
Lost somewhere between Naynard
and S. Thayer. Mrs. Y' A.'Adams,
202 S. Thayer. Dial 9741. 77,78,79
FOUND
LOST-Thursday noon, between Cal-
kins' and Wahr's, on State St., or
on Campus, a silver ring "with green
stone. Reward. Telephone 6410 eve-
nings. 78, 79, 80.
LOST-Laundry bag, Monday, be-
tween M. C. Station and S. U. Phone
7062. 78, 79, 80
FOR SALE
J-HOP TICKET FOR SALE
Student must sacrifice J- op ticket
immediately. As good as new.- A
real bargain at $9.98., Party will
assist in securing date for pur-
chaser if necessary. Call 9242.
78, 79
Read The Want Ads

_101NTA1N PEN SERVF LOST
WE have thr e skilled penmakrs LOST-Watch chain, with golA foot-
THIS back of our retail counter to serve ball, at Field House, on Dec. 15th.
COL you on corrcptittinofal mkstmen Finder please call Scheller at 7522.
and rer g of Ptdeal k srkes y- 76,77 78
LSE will not iiud eq ualeri n-

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too satisfactory, being flashy but TYPEWRITING and
addicted to many dull spots, fea- MvMEouRAP111G
tured by listlessness and ragged
defensive work. a specialty for
twenty years.
But the coaches have not been able Prompt Service, Experienced Oper-
to find men who will make a better ators, ' oderate O[ates.
combination! Nine players -will leave' 0. D. M 0 R R I L L
tonight for the week-end trip. 17 Nickels Arcade. Phone 6615.
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THE TIP-OFF
(Continued from Page Eight.)
with a new man at the helm.
It has been an extremely ticklish
position for all concerned and a tre-
mendous responsibility has devolved
on Veenker and Kipke. But there is
another responsibility, too.
This responsibilily and duty is
that which devolves on the team
itself to bend every effort to adapt
itself to what differences in style
of play imay be occasioned by the
change, such as it is, and make
the load lighter for Veenker and
Kipk&.
Perhaps Veenker is nominally in
charge of the Varsity quintet while
Kipke is titled as "head coach" of the
Varsity "B" team.
Such is the situation facing the
Wolverines!
But further than that, there are

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Correct Formal Wear

TRACKMEN ATTENTION
All sophomores and second se-
mester freshmen interested in
track are requested to report any
afternoon after 3 o'clock at the
field house.
LOREN J. POOLE, Manager.

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A NEW TUXEDO
Ready for the Wearer
40.00
Other s to $55.00
Imported Pique Shirts and
Waistcoats to Match
Studs and Links
Dress Oxfords
A Stock of New Rental Tuxedos
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