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BLOOMINGTON, Feb. 6- A warm
southern climate will condition the
Indiana university baseball team this
spring for its campaign in the Wes-
tern Conference championship. The
Hoosiers, under Coach Everett Dean
for their fourth successive year, will
leave Bloomington on April 5 for an
even dozen practice games with non-
The southern trip is so arranged
that the men will miss only two and
one-half days of school. Spring va-
cation starts on April 5 and work is
resumed on the afternoon of April
Battery Men Begin Practice
Battery candidates began twirling
the ball shortly after the new term
got underway. Several of the pitchers
have been playing handball daily for
the past few weeks, thus getting into
physical shapo for early indoor work.
Indiana will opesthe training sea-
5011 with a c(ontest wtih the TUni-
versity of, Cincinnati at Cincinnati,
April 5. On April 6 and 7 . Birming-
ham Southern will be met at Birm-
ingham, Ala. From there the Hoos-
iers will go to Fort Benning, Ga.,
for three games with Fort Bennihg
college, April 9, 10, and 11. On"April
12 the Big Ten schedule will open
with Ohio State at Columbus.
YEARLING CAGE TOURNEY
WILL COMMENCE TONIGHT
Competition in basketball between
the freshman groups of the Michigan
Union will start tonight at Waterman
gymnasium. All of the group teams
will participate in the first round of
play and will continue through an
elimination series during the rest of
February and March.
The Union and the intramural de-
partment are sponsoring the games
and will present the winning team
with gold medals.
NEW YORK-The Pittsburgh Pir-
ates of the National Hockey league
have climbed from the cellar posi-
tion to 'fifth place.
SWITZERLAND- Rolf Monsen, a
Somewhere beneath that lethargicj
front display4d by the Wolverine
cagemen is hidden that "something"
which makes a basketball team good,
but the trouble seems to be in throw-
ing that lethargy aside and assuming
the mantle of a champion.
The exhibition given forth during
the first three quarters of the game
Monday with Goe was not just the
kind of thing that one has a right to
expect of a contender for the West-
ern Conference basketball title.
That Michigan ranks as a feared
contender is not disputed even
though she lost her first two games.
leadings have appeared in various
papers to the effect that "Wolverines
loom as championship contenders"
and "Michigan holds hopes and fears
of Big Ten Leaders," but everyone
will know more about it after the
Michigan-Purdue tilt here Saturday
In any discussion of the Coe affair,
it should not be forgotten that the
Iowa school has rather a fine record
this year, especially as regards de-
They defeated Chicago earlier in
the year, and in the season opener
with Dr. Meanwell's "Foxy Badgers"
made the Wisconsin forwards look
foolish in the eyes of the Conference
allowing only 18 points to the lads
from the shores of Lake Mendota
though losing 18-13.
moment baffled the Coe team.
Also, once that clever defense wasl
broken, the Wolverines gate some
indication of the reason they are con-
sidered title contenders. The records
show that the last six minutes netted
a score of Michigan 17, Coe 3!
The Wolverines seem not at all
abashed by impending defeat, but on
the other hand seem to relish it!
Indiana had a 36-31 advantage over
them with but a short time to play
but (this was wiped out-somehow
These final spurts are all OK in
their way, but there is a limit to all
things, and one of these dull days
Michigan's Wolverines are going to
bump up against a quintet which,
they cannot "bulldoze" in the final
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Tues., Thurs., Sat.
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PURDUE MIGHT' be such
-who knows? And Saturday
be the day.
In the Recreation of An Entire Play
"Father and Dad"
Coach "Piggy" Lambert scouted the1
Michigan-Indiana game and with
more than passing interest. When
that score was 36-31, he put away
his pad and conceded Indiana the
game--and he wasn't the only one.I
Lambert saw what happened, and
it is no conjecture to suppose that
he has those Boilermakers drilled to
prevent a recurrence of this if Pur-
due is leading the Wolverines Sat-
NEW YORK-Hughey Jennings, a
THURS.q FEB. 95 8 P. M.
Bennie Oosterbaan had been "the former Giant coach and manager of
Michigan scoring machine" during the Detroit Tigers left an estate of
the first quarter while Coe went $87,000.
along unobtrusively wearing on the
nerves of players and spectators. It CHICAGO-McCracken of Indiana,
Was not until Orwig sank two long, Walters of Northwestern, and Foster
baskets just before the half ended of Wisconsin, all centers, lead in Big
that Michigan took the lead, 13-12. Ten scoring.
Instead of staging any brilliant -
comeback or scorhig with the renew-
al of hostilities, the Wolverines were
even more baffled by the Coe de-
fense. Fast breaking Iowans brought
the score to 22-14 six minutes before
the gun before the Michigan lethargy
was wiped out and a thoroughly dis- I
gusted crowd somewhat pacified.
Michigan showed in this final rush
that she knew a lot of basketball; a
stalling game which was' combined
with fast breaking at the opportune
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on work desired. Phone 3655.
SUn., Tues., Thurs.
NOTICE-This coupon and fifty cents
will get you a porterhouse steak
dinner at Barney's Restaurant. 516
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NOTICE-We deliver between the
hours of 9:30 and 11:30 p m. Prompt
Delivery. Barbecue Inn. Phone 4481.
While on vacation leave your type-
writers at Rider's Pen Shop. A good
time to have them cleaned and ad-
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FOUNTAIN PEN SERVICE
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FOR RENT-A desirable suite at 1210
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lit. 9175. 94, 95, 96
LARGE front suite, suitable for two
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315 Packard. Dial 22464. 94, 95
FOR RENT-Most desirable rooms in
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SINGLE or double room. Only one
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COME and see some real rooms at
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Newly decorated. 94, 95, 96
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two blocks froni campus, $8.50 for
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Continuous hot water. 94, 95, 96
TWO single and one double room,
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ROOM for men, one block from cam-
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FOR RENT-Suite, at 311 Thompson,
two blocks from campus, 8.50 for
twd men, $6.50 for one. Steam heat.
Continuous hot water.
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment for
girls, steam heat; also a garage.
422 E. Washnigton, Phone 8544.
93, 94, 95
A MALE LIT, student would like to
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91, 92, 93
FOR RENT-Apartment, three rooms
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Handy to car line or bus line. 1004
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FOR RENT-Furnished apartment for
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422 E. Washington. Phone 8544.
93, 94, 95
SINGLE and double room for rent.
1303 Wilmont, corner of Washtenaw.
5009 93, 94, 95
ROOM-Single or double, in private
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ROOMS at $3.25 per week at
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Under new Management.
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Lounging and Smoking Room
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94, 95, 96
WANTED-Trombone, with case. Call
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the American ski team
in practice and cannot
the Olympic trials.
BERKELEY-Ielen Wills will de-
part for Europe early this spring to
engage in Holland, Germany, and
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
Del Prete offers all his fine ADLER
- - $20.00
- - $22.50
- - $25.00
New stock, no antiques. A glance of these great coats
will convince you that they are the greatest values ever offered
at any time anywhere.
Suits Greatly Redueed
By special arrangements with the Adler Co. we can offer
any suit in the store including spring suits that just arrived.
Just received twelve doz. of new
and shapes of the moment. Special
spring hats in
for this week,
Extra trousers special, $8 to $12 value, $5.85
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