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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1928.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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ILLINI TEAM TO MEET
MAROON FIVE TONIGHT
Michigan And iowva Are Only Squads
That Will Not See Action
This Week-end
INDIANA-PURDUE FEATURE
I CONFERENCE BASKETBALL
Tonight
Illinois at Chicago
Tomorrow
Indiana at Purdue
( Ohio at Wisconsin I
Northwestern at Minnesota
Illinois' erratic attack will meet
Chicago's air-tight defense in the Mar-
con-Illini grudge battle tonight at
Chicago. Both teams have done
poorly this year and the outcome is in
doubt, but the fact that the Maroons
will have the benefit of the tiny floor
of Bartlett gym makes'the chances for
a Chicago victory look good.
Saturday Injdiana will meet the
whirlwind Purdue quintet at Lafayette
in a game in which the Hoosiers will
attempt to break the winning streak
of Coach Lambert's team.
In the other two games this week,
Minnesota will entertain Northwest-
ern at Minneapolis, and Ohio State
will invade the lair of the Badgers.

Fraternity Quintets ENGLISH RACER HAS NARROW ESCAPE
Reach League Finals (By Associated Press.) racer through its first test here pre- I
DAYTONA BEACH, Feb. 16.-Hurt- liminary to an attempt to break the
Champions in two fraternity leagues ling along at an unofficial speed of world's speed record of 203.7 miles

were decided last night while an-
other league went to the finals. Phi
Sigma Kappa in league 8 defeated
Alpha Chi Rho, 23 - 16, for the cham-
pionship, while in league 11, Tau
Epsilon Rho won from Nu Sigma Nu
by default and in the finals from
Sigma Phi, 12-10.
Sigma Phi entered the finals by de-
feating Phi Mu Alpha, 2-0. In league
3, Delta Kappa Epsilon 'must play
Delta Phi for the championship, as
the D.K.E. team eliminated Psi Omega
last night by a 12-5 score. The other
games in this league were forfeited
with the result that Kappa. Alpha Rho
won from Phi Beta Delta, and Herm-
itage won from Phi Kappa Tau.
Neither Gogebic 1 nor R. and S. ap-
peared on the floor in class A, but the
Aces defeated the Lawyer's Club, 18-9,
and Gogebic 2 won from the Ten Can-
nibals 2-0.
The Hillel league games resulted
in the foleowing scores: Purdue, 13,
Wisconsin, 9; Northwestern, 22, Illi-
nois, 5; Minne'sota 11, Michigan, 10;
and Ohio, 19, Indiana, 10.
PHILADELPHIA- Herbert Haw-
lins, New York, won the National
squash raquets singles title from
Myles Baker, Boston.

170 miles an hour despite a rain- per hour made by a fellow country-
beaten beach, Captain Malcolm Camp- man, Major H. 0. Seagrave, here lastj

bell, British automobile racer, escaped'
possible serious injury here today
when his giant speedster struck a rut
and was catapulted 30 feet through
the air.
Captain Campbell was half thrown
from the driver's seat but maintained
control of the machine and completed
a trial run down the beach at reduced
speed.
The British pildt was pating his

year.
ANN ARBOR HIGH PLAYS
BATTLE CREEK TONIG
Determined to keep its record cle,
the Ann Arbor high school basketN
team will meet Battle Creek tonight
the high school gymnasium. A p
liminary game will be played at
o'clock, and will be followed i
mediately by the main tilt.

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NOTICE-Good food and good service,
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FOR SAE
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coat. Small 36. Never been worn.
Must sacrifice. Call 4398.
101, 102, 103.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT -Four-room furnished
apt. Call Dr. Travis ati Univ. Hosp.
or 7008. 102, 103, 104
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good location. Phone 6692. 102
FOR RENT-Single Room in quiet
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FOR RENT-Large room. Will rent
single or double. 516 Cheever Ct.,
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FOR RENT - Two suites, one suita-
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Also one single room. Phone
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101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106.
WANTED
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home laundry methods give your
clothes personal attention. Moe
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LOST
LOST-Ladies' Parker Duofold Pen,
with name Helen Gould. Please
Phone 7380. 100, 101, 102
LOST-Twisted gold watch chain on
State St. between McKechnie and
Williams Tuesday afternoon. Re-
turn to 1223 S. State. Dial 8752.
Reward. 101, 102
LOST-Yarn purse, Wednesday, be-
tween Vaughan-and Hill St. Finder
please call Wiljoin 6641.
102, 103, 104
LOST-Child's glasses, probably be-
tween Monroe and Arbor St., Wed.
P. M. Reward. Dial 8267. 102
LOST-A pair tortoise shell:glasses,
between Hill and S. Univ. or Church.
LOST-Green fountain pen, on cam-
pus or So. Univ., Wednesday noon.
Return Mich. Daily, Box 30.
FOUND
FOUND-Lady's small purse, contain-
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Feb. 11th: W. R. C. Phone 5872.:
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