WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1928
THE MICHIGAN DAT Y
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
l 'CRACKEN ADDS FOUL THROWING TMICHiIANS TITLE HOPES
N 4B Rg CG TO SCORING LEAD TOURNEY BEGINS FADE WITH GOPHER LOSS
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10 ATTE CICKTSthe intramural office, when the con- ro;w and Friday.
Battle Creek's high school basket-
the first defeat of the season upon
ball team, fresh from a 24-23 victor
over Lansing, will invade Ann Arbor
Friday night in an attempt to inflict
the home qqintet.-
While comparative records give ak
slight edge to the University city
five, Coach Holloway is taking no
chances on spoiling a perfect record -.
and has his men ready to receive they
Bear Cat advance. Ann Arbor de-
Tfeated Lansing earlier in the season
:30-21 while Battle Creek barely slip-
ped by with a one point victory.
Ann Arbor at presetit, is the only
state high school with an undefeated
record. Pontiac, Adrian, Lansing,
Jackson, Ypsilahti, Port Huron, and IBrinch McCracken
Grand Rapids Union are all victims Steller pivot man on Coach, Everett
of the Purple and White. In amass- Dean's Indiana team, who is leading
ing this string of victories over for- all scorers in Conference basketball
idable Tivals, the high school five circles at the present :time. In Mon-
has scored a total, of 269 points as day's contest with the lowly BuckeyeJ
compared with 122 points for the op- five, McCracken materially increased
ponents. his lead over Bennie Oosterbaan,
Three more games are left on the Michigan scoring ace, by garnering a
schedule after the Battle Creek en-. total of I points, while the Wolverine
counter on Friday. Bay City and collected only four.
Flint are to be played Feb. 24 and --
25 respectively, and the Saginaw CLEVELAND-Luke Sewell, veter-
Eastern game on Mar. 2 will close an catcher, has signed a two yearI
the pre-tournament contests. contract with the Indians.
test starts today. All m-en on the
campus are eligible to compete in
this event sponsored by the intra-
The men who try their ability at
the foul mark will be allowed 100
tries of three rounds. The first
round will consist of 25 attempts,
and the contestants who sink at least
15 out o the 25 will be allowed to
throw in the other two tries.
SPRINGFI E'LD AMaloy McQ eni, a
third baseman, has been signed by
the St. Louis Cardinals.
Copeland ........ w ............ Byers
I fart............ d. . Conway ( capt.)
Spares, Michigan: Abbott, \la r-!
shall, Joseph, Nygord, Waldron. Min-
nesota: Tuohy, Brown, Gustafson,
Salob, 1nussey. Scores, M innesotx :
McCabe, Brown, Gustafson, and Tuo-
hy. Michigan: Fisher.
Suit to order from the Scotch Woolen Mills
MARK'S TAILOR SHOP
S eason End
105 South 4th Ave.
"Hoot, nuckies linahurt
my throat or win-A,"
Ser, celebrated star
"It takes a Scotchman to truly appre-
ciate that wonderful toasted flavor that
comes- in Lucky Strikes. I've smoked
Luckies for years and all this time I've
been active in my work which demands
a clear voice for singing and good
wind for dancing. And so I say to
Sandy McGregor, 'It's always a bra
bricht moonlicht nicht with Luckies-
Hoot, Mon, they dinna hurt Vy wind or
NOTICE-Good food and good service,
ono block from campus-that's why
you save. Barney's Restaurant, 516
ROOM for 12 in a private dining roam.
Board by week, day, or meal. Cut-
ting Cafe, State and Monroe.
99, 100, 101
NOTICE-We deliver between the
hours of 9:30 and 11:30 p m. Prompt
Delivery. Barbecue Inn. Phone 421.
TYPE+WRITER SE hTIVE
TYPEWRITERS-All makes, sold,
ren ted, exchanged, cleaned, re-
paired]. Our machines and worn
guaranteed to give best satisfaction.
O. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade.
TYPEWRITING and Mimeographing
promptly and neatly done by ex-
perienced operators at moderate
rates. College work a specialty for
nearly twenty years. O. D. Morrill,
17 Nickels Arcade.
While on vacation leave four type-
writers at Rider's Pen Shop. A good
time to have them cleaned and ad-
TYPEWRITER RIBBONS-Our rapid
turnover insures a fresh stock. You
secure the best quality at a moder-
ate priceO. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Rea-
sdnable rates. M. V. Hartsuff.
Dial 9387. 77-180
FOUNTAIN PEN SERVICE
Better have your Fountain Pen looked
over now at Rider's Pen Shop. You
will want them in good shape for
C MELODY SAXOPHONE, practically
new; must sell ;( complete informa-
tion 6002, after 6 p. m. 100
FOR SALE-E Alto Buescher Saxo-
phone, in fine condition, good value.
See J. A. Spence, 727 Kingsley.
Phone 9526. 100
TWO large pleasant rooms, single bed,
two dressers and two study tables,
extra nice_ suite, all American boy;,
only 7 boys; one block from Eng.
Arch. Wash room beside bath. 624
ONE single, also double room, on
Forest ave., in private house; no
other roomers. Dial 6692. 100
FOR RENT-Unfurnished 2-room Jef-
ferson Apt. No. 20. Phone 8605.
100, 101, 102
FOR RENT-Nice furnished apt., for
twd girls. 621 Forest ave. Call 5607.
Near Campus. 100, 101, 102
DOUBLE room, large, warm, pleasant.
Also single room, and one-half share
in double room. Very reasonable.
808 Packard. Phone 5320. 98, 99, 100
COMFORTABLE front suite, suitable
for two men students; also room-
mate wanted for Senior. One block
from Campus. 807 East Washington.
98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104
WANTED-Students to know that our
home laundry methods give your
clothes personal attention. Moe
Laundry, 204 N. Main. Dial 3916. C
WANTED-Saleslady for ladies ready-
to-wear department. Full ur part
time. Only experienced salesladies
need apply. The Fair Store, 200
North Main . 99, 100, 101
SINGLE colored man desires position
as lporter with fraternity house.
Experience and references. Call 8309
WANTED-By graduate students.
apartment or suite for remainder
of semester. Box 29, Daily. 98, 99, 100
LOST-Brown vest, Friday night, on
Packard. Dial 5088. Ask for Hunter.
LOST--Buxton key pack with si
keys; return to William M. Martin,
610 Thompson. 98, 99, 100
LOST-BILLFOLD, containing large
sung of money in or near Micihi-
gan Theater. Please phone Stein-
baugh, 9817 or 4717. Reward.
99, 100, 101
LOST-Large black signet ring, with
gold B, Sunday night. R. A. Bur-
hans, 3497. 99, 100, 101
LOST or stolen, fur coat from Law
School Building. IReward for in-
formation. Call F. W. Ziv, 8417.
99, 100, 101
LOST-At game Saturday night, lady's
gold wrist watch, initials H.M.S.
2108 Brickman Blvd. 99, 100, 1t.1
LOST-In Yost Field House, at Chi-
cago game, a large canvas notebook,
by Homer' J. iTindall, 109 North
Ingalls. Finder please call 4710.
CIGARETTE CASE-Ostrich Leather,
Lost at Union Friday. Blakely 7017.
LOST-Ladies' Parker Duofold Pen,
with name Helen Gould. Please
Phone 7380. 100, 101, 102
AT TIE GAME Saturday Night,
lady's tan crocheted bag, containing
money, key and other valuables.
Phone 9554. 439 West Huron. Re-
ward. 100, 101
LOST-rtSat. night, in Field .House,
blue knitted scarf, with tassels. H.
Clapp. Phone 8531. 100
f.7 P 1 or P. y
"The Cream of
the Tobacco Crop"
for Lucky Strikes
says tobacco loose-leaf warchouscmang
"1 buy Tobacco-I sell Tobacco -
Fox-hunt for my occasional pleasure.
In my business, I have noticed that
in this Southland where te&cccco
grows, The American Tobacco Com-
pany buys 'The Cream of the Crop'
for their LUCKY STRIKE CigatettJ-O.
I am glad to testify as to their qUality;
their growth is no surprise to me,
because I know what goesinto their
Toof wear forIVen1
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