NDAY;~JANUAfR 22, 1928 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
DUE TO E XAIiPERIOD
Nex.t Two Weeks Find Five Contests
Scheduled In Court Race
GOPHERS TOMEET PURDUE
With most of the Conference schools
having semester examinations start-
ing, or coming to a close, the next
two weeks will see a comparative lull
in the BigsTen basketball race. Only
five gaines are to be played between
now and Feb. 6, when the second
semester starts here.
Indiana and Purdue will hook .up in
the mdst important encounter, of the
period at Lafayette in a game which
means much to both teams, both being
given good chances at titular honors.
The Gophers will do most to liven
up the next .two weeks with three
games scheduled, with lowly Chicago,
uncertain Northwestern, and upsetting
Ohio. The :Gophers are. a big question
mark themselves, with a potentially
powerful five, 'and three yictories
would make them a dangerous team.
In addition to the Wolverines
whose next game is Feb. 4, four oth-
er quintets are enjoying two weeks
away from competition. Wisconsin,
which has not played since last Mon-
flay, will not be seen in action again
until Feb. 11.
Ohio will not take the floor again
until Feb. 4, then 'she will help, dedi-
cate Minnesota's new field house.
Iowa's next game will find the Hawks
entertaining Minnesota and will be on
Feb. 6. Illinois' next game will be
with Northwestern Feb. 8 at Urbana.
GAMES FOR BIG TEN FIVES
1WRING EXAMINATION PERIOD
oFENCERS TO ENGACE
7 DETROIT CLUB FEB1
L °1F EFORRENT at 410 Thompson, first
classEfront suite or as two single's,
Advcrtisinand one single. No other roomers.
Nell furnished, soft water, steam
. rheat. f390 ), 91 9
MAJIUA~V'l 'S l'lY Oi,(:r Lb FOR RENT-Packard St., 214. Pleas-
err v al:(\', ni i. Tel. 9215. A few, ant double room and s uite, near
A. ,. A f campus, $3.00. Phone 9152. 90, 91, 92
Launching out as a Varsity sport,
the Wolverine fencing team will en-
gage its first opponents at Waterman
gymnasium Feb. 4, during the period
between semesters, when the Detroit
Fencing club will endeavor to show
the Michigan neophytes something
about the art of handling the foils.
This match will serve as a p~ractice
engagement for the Michigan fencers
and will afford them a chance to find
out their weaknesses in defense and
defects on attacks before meeting Big
Ten duelists. Tihe Detroit club boasts
one of the best group of foilsmen in
the United States. Among the out-
standing men on the team is Tuscon,
Varsity coach, who may handle the
weapons against his charges in the
contest. Bardwell, former Cornell
fencing star, will compete against the
Wolverines in both sabre and foils.
William Caswell, president of the De-
troit organization, will challenge the
supremacy of the younger swordsmen
Orders Being Taken Now for J-Hop
.Pure Fruit-No Artificial Coloring or Flavoring.
T H E MAXROY
Plqi: 29 Nx to ItoMichigan The tre
DRES SMAKING-Experienced; can
furnish references. Estimate given
n~ .=n+lr rlnir~l Pinta 2 55
FOR RENT-Single room, double
room, good beds. 911 Forest Ave.
Excellent location. 90, 91, 92
Oi US e~fU UII O.~. A 'UNIJ RTUE'J'Af.A-YT 7su...1.te , .]ai o
on wor k desired. PBone 3tia 1 A COITFORTABLE suite, idegal for
SUn., Tues., Thurs. two upper classmen or grads. 918
lVKRSTY BE TY SHOPPE. S. State. Dial 8368. 90, 91, 92
la reel, 2%; Slnpon, 50c; Mani- FOR RENT-One large room for two.
cure, idY Facial, 75c. All work IHot and cold water, $6.00; one
r1111 Sumh University. single room $3.50; one e room,
Dhi213_'.i90, 91, 92 hot uand cold water $.h;steam
NOTICE- deliver between the heat. 337 Thompson, near Campus.
NOTIE-4ti= ,i clvorbeteenthe91, 92
hours of 9:30 and 11:30 p m. Prompt
Delivery. Barbecue Inn. Phone 4481. FOR RENT--For two or tliiee boys,
20 100 a large, light, steam heated, front
~ -~~~-~ ~ room, on first floor, single desks,
TYIFe I T'( SERTICE % Simmons beds and showe-r baths.
Swhile on vacaion leave your type- Special' price for second semester.
i --.,., tA .., I Dial 21677. 523 Packa'd St. 92
.Former. football coach at Kansas
State Teachers' college, who will as-
stutie 'the' duties of head coach at
Kansas university left vacant by the
resignation of Franklin Cappon the
first of. December.
) wIiters3 > 111 i akCI Sn op. A goo0C
imet oav em leaned and ad-
TYPI'EWRIT lf R RI1 BONS-Our rapid
turnover insures a fresh stock. You
secure the lbst quality at a moder-
ate price. O. D. lorrill, 17 Nickels
TYPEWRITERS-All makes, sold,
rented, exchanged, cleaned, re-
p~aired. Our machines and work
guaranteed to give best satisfaction.
O. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade.
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Rea-
sonable ' rates. M. V. Hartsuff.
Dial 9387. 77-180
TYPEWRITING and Mimeographing
promptly and neatly done by ex-
COOPER'S COLORED WOLVERINE STOMPERS
A RE 'G 1(4 1) TO PLAY
At Phi Kappa Tau, Feb. 4
- They ivish to eancel parly so are open for engagement.
Call Cooper at 21118-Address, 823 Greene St.
Minnesota at Chicago. ..........
Minnesota at Northwestern. .. ..
Ohio State at Minnesota.
MICHIGAN [AT HICAGO.
COE AT MICHIGAN.
Minnesota at Iowa.
Ohio State at Chicago.
"B" TEAM BASKETBALL
Feb. 8....... Alma College thereJ
Feb. 10..... Albion College here
Feb. 11.....Detroit City Col-
lege at Detroit.
Feb. 14.......Ypsi Normal there
Feb. 17.....Alma College here
Feb. 22....Albion College there
VERNON J. McCRUMB
FOR TIRES, BATTERIES AND
Make reservations now for your
House Party pictures.
719 Noflh University
Open Evenings and Sundays
113-115 So. Ashley
perienced operators at moderate1
rates. College work a specialty for
nearly twenty years. 0. D. Morrill,
17 Nickels Arcade.
FOUNTAIN PEN SERVICE
Better have your Fountain Pen looked
over now at Rider's Pen Shop. You
will want them in good shape for
POR SALE--,J-lop ticket. I have the
favors. Call Fasquelle, 4147. 92
TO RENT-Single rooms and suites,
close to campus. Reasonable rent.
611 Church. 89, 90, 91, 92
FOR RENT-Rooms, single or double,
in quiet house, for next semester.
I Good location, 429 So. Division.
89, 90, 91, 92, 93
FOR RENT-Single room, in private
home, upper class or graduate stu-
dent preferred. Phone 6623.
88, 89, 90, 91, 92
FOR REN T-Completely furnished
apartment for teachers, nurses, grad
students, or busines's girls. Avail-
"able Fe). 4. Lare front room for
two girls and also garage available
immediately. Dial 8514. 422 E. Wash-
FOR RENT-One single room and
one double, second floor, steam heat.
337 E. Jefferson. 90, 91, 92
FOR RENT-Attractive suite and one
single room. Phone 7807. 702 Oak-
FOR RENT-Large front double room
in a private home; no other room-
_-ers; good location. Phone 6692. 92
SUITE-Light, airy, and comfortable
Will rent single or double to faculty,
business or graduate women or
young' married couple. 1236 Wa sh-
tenaw. Dial 21071. 92
ROOM-MATE wanted for a Senior
Engineer. Also a double room for
rent: 912 Monroe, across from New
Architect Bldg. 92
ROOM-Single or double, in private
home, near campus, quiet, rea'son-
able rent. Phone 5424. 89
FOR RENT-Double and single rooms.
Price reasonable; shower bath;
niear Union. 536 Thompson. .Dial
FOR RENT-Two double rooms. 420
Thompson. Phone 21559. * 92
FOR RENT-Beautiful suite; also
double room. In comfortable home.
Good location. 208 N. Division. Dial
FOR RENT-Suite, double room, and
single room. At 537 Elm St.' Dial
FOR RENT-Exceptionally attractive
single or double rooms for girls.
1016 East U. 92
LOVELY warm room for students,
teachers, business girls or nurses.
Telephone and typewriter in room.
Breakfast when desired. Private'
house, quiet in evenings, $4.00 per
week each or $75 a semester. Call
4329. 91, 92
FOR RENT-Newly decorated corner
front suite, desirable for 3 boys at
$3.25; shower bath; also an apart-
ment. Phone 6110. 91, 92
FOR RENT-Four-room apartment
with private bath. Heat and hot
water furnished. Telephone 7339.
FOR RENT-Double and single rooms
priced reasonable; one block from
campus. Call 535 Church. 91, 92
SINGLE room, well heated and well
furnished; close to Union. 511
Chever Ct. 5933. 91, 92
TWO comfortable single )rooms in
private family. Call before 3 p. m.
15876. 1 91, 92
Manifold Heaters for
F*OR*S . . . . . * * * . * * * . 65c
Ford Realt-ers, priced, $2.50
manifold type at . .. .. .. ... $5.85
heaters for all other cars are priced $7.65 up
Best grade 188 proof alcohol
priced per gallon ... .. ... . .55c
Bring in a cn--'ence slightly more
New and used tire chains,.. $1.75 up
A few more Ford size tires
priced each . . . . . . .. . . . . . $3.75$
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$1.15 COATS AND - $3.65
SHIRTS SHEEP LINED GLOVES
4 COATS 250 LESS
25% L ESS
Direct from The' oxy'
FOR RENT-Single room in quiet
house. Phone 4051. 91, 92
FOR RENT-Front suite and singe
room. Phone 7618. 515 Walnut. 91, 92
ROOMS-i single and 1 double. 818
Packard. Phone 5993. 91, 92
FOR RENT-Front suite for one or
two persons. Near U. of M. Hospi-
tal. Reasonable. 1412 Geddes Ave.
Phone 6147. 91, 92
For four boys 'in a quiet approved
house. 3323 Jefferson. Call evenings.
ROOMS at $3.25 per week at
Ann Arbor's only Men's Dormitory.
Under new Management.
Especially adapted for Student's- con-
venience. New, Fire-proof Building,
Steam heat, Shower Baths, Hot and
cold water in each room.
Lounging and Smoking Room
915 Sybil St., near Ferry Field. Dial
FOR RENT-Furnished house, 6
rooms, good condition, facing cam-
pus. For second semester. 421
Church. Phone 5561.
87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92
WANTED-Two J-Hop tickets. Write
E. C. Hoenicke, 833 St. Louis, Fern-
dale, Mich. 90, 91, 92
ROOM-MATE wanted. Pleasant front
room. % block from campus. Gradu-
ate preferred. 1115 S. University.
21489. 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93
1 LOST-A ~reward is offered for the
return of the Elgin watch which
was lost Saturday in Waterman
gym. Call Champe, Phone 4017, or
556 So. State St.
LOST-Three keys on wire ring, be-
tween A. H. and Mason Hall. Box
26, Michigan Daily. 90, 91, 92
LOST-Silver wrist-watch in Union
washroom. Finder return to Prof.
Jack, 3227 A. H. 90, 91, 92
LOST-Thursday, on campus, a watch
shaped bracelet of brilliants and
sapphires. Please call 6816, between
5:00 and 7:00 p. m. Reward.
LOST-Gold Bead Bracelet, on Cam-
pus, Friday afternoon; valued as
keepsake. Finder nlease call 9365.
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