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THE F.MICH-IGAN fDAILY

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'ArffUIIJAY, FEBRk~UARY .18, 1928:i aaa. l.. a aaan. ai<-...

WOLVERINE TRACK TEAM MICH IAN MATMEN FACE MANHIATTAN--Bo McMillin, for-
TO HOLD TRIALS TODAY NORTHWESTERN TONIGHT irer Center college ace, has been of
ered a position of head coach at
(Continued from Page Six) (Continued from Page Six) Kansas Agricultural college.
time of 2:00, although there is little 01n Coach Stuteville's squad.

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PAGE SEVEN
CL A SSIFIE
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Wolverines Hold Badger Sextet'
To Tie Score Until Late lit
The Seeond Period
JONES MAKES FINE SHOTS
(Special to The Daily)
MADISON, Feb. 17-Fighting the
heavier Badger hockey sextet, now
leading in the Conference, Michigan's
scrappy team was handed a defeat
3 to 1, Thursday night, after the
Wolverines held the score to a tie
until late in the second period. Wis-
consin took to an offensive drive at
the opening of the game and in less
than four minutes talied its first
point. The remainder of the period
was scoreless, although marked by
fast and rough playing.
The third Badger score was a re-
sult of Meiklejohn's clever shot from
the side of the rink. . Jones 'had been
drawn out slightly 1from the cage
when Meiklejohn caged his difficult
side shot.
Capt. Bill Maney and Mort Fisher,
a pair of the fastest skaters that
Coach Eddie Lowrey has on his
squad, worked to good advantage but
were unable to cope with the shoot-
ing of the Wisconsin forwards. Steve
Jones made spectacular stops at the
net.
Lineup:
Michigan Wisconsin
Maney.......... rw........ Kreuger
Nygord........... 1w..... . Murphy
Fisher.. ......... c ..... Drummond:
Bryant.......... rd....... McCarter
Waldron.........Id.......... Mason
Jones............g......... Mitchell
PURDUE-INDIANA CONTEST
FEATURES BIG TEN CARD
(Continued from Page Six)
has revamped its early lineup so as
to insure some of the much needed
scoring power that was so noticeably
lacking in' the previous encounter
with the Buckeyes at Columbus,
when the Scarlet and Gray was
smothered 30-13, it is etremely
doubtful whether the Ohio State ag-
gregation can stop the well-oiled
Cardinal scoring machine.
Fresh from their one-sided victory
over Iowa by a 49-28 score, the Wild-
cats are not expected to have much
trouble in downing the Gophers even
on their own floor. The scoring
combination of Walters, Captain
Fisher, Johnsos and Gleichman
ranks among the best in the Big
Ten.

likelihood that either will break that
mark.
Coach Farrell's program calls for
the one-mile relay match as the next
event. Two squads of quarter mil-
ers will compete, Howe, D. Seymour,
Jones, and Tarbill versus Freese,
Munger, Harbaugh, and Seymour.
Those showing up best in this event
1will improve their respective chances
for being naned to make the trip to
Cleveland on Friday, there to com-
pete in a relay event at an invita-
tional meet.
The feature event is listed next,
and with the sprinters all in condi-
tion as they are, there is little doubt
that the winner will be forced to
travel the 50 yards in at least :05
7-10.
Other contests on the program in-
clude. weight events, pole vaulting,
and all the other jumps, besides a
two mile run with Callahan, grad.,
Wuerful, and Groehn as the 11artici-
pants.
PALM BEACH-George Voigt and
Arthur Yates tied for medalist (hon-
ors in the opening round of the
South Florida golf tourney with 70's.

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Captain Watson of Michigan, I 2
Conference champion, who has garn-
ered 13 points in three matches 'by
two falls and a decision, will handle
the Wolverine's 135 hound assignment

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against an opponent who has not yet
been named. In the 145 pound bout
Sauer, 1927 145 pound Big Ten chaim-
pion, will face Boddie of the Wildcats.
Sauer has gained four timr advant-!
ages in his four bouts, after coming
close to winning his first three by'
falls. In his last match he defeated
Captain Hummel of Ohio, one of the
best men in the 145 pound Big Ten
division, by the narrow time advant-
age of 1 minute 13 seconds. Boddie
has a time advantage decision to his
credit from the Indiana match, his
only appearance.
Yarbro of Northwestern will oppose
Warren, who is newly returned to the
lineup after being on the sick list, in
the 158 pound class. Warren has won
all three of his bouts,. twice going
above his weight into the 175 pound
division to do so.
Donahoe, Michigan's third 1927
Conference title holder, will go out of
his weight to face Plackett, another ofI
Northwestern's newly returned vet-
erans, in the light heavyweight tilt.
Donahoe, like Sauer, has four time
advantage victories to his credit,ttwo
of them in the 175 pound class.
Prescott will take care of the heavy-

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invite you to inspect this property.
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EXPERIENCED young lady wants
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General helper, References given.
Dial 7340. 103
NOTICE-Two used portable type-
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old respectively. Reasonable prices.
Call 3489. E. H. Munn.
Tues., Thurs., Sat.
NOTICE-Be sure and visit this most
modern and efficient Hat Cleaning
and Shoe Shining Parlor. Michigan
Tues., Thurs., Sat.
NOTICE-Good food and good service,
one block from campus-that's why
you save. Barney's Restaurant, 516
E. Williams.

CANNES- Elizabeth
fornia, won the Cannes.
gles title by defeating
tavios.

Ryan, Cali-
women's sin-
Mlle. Contos-

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NOTICE
All men interested in enter-
ing the light heavyweight, 160-
175 pounds bout in the All-
Campus show, March 8, see me
Monday, Tuesday or Thursday
afternoons after 3:30 at Water-
man gym, this week.
Coach Let Plilbin

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JUILLER.ET'S
302 S. State JIal 5860
Salted Nuts Roasted
Fresh Daily
SPECIAL
Assorted
Chocolates
39c Lb.

A Full Line of
Whitehouse & Hardy Models
On Display At
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exclusive lasts and Patterns Designed and Sold Only iy
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SPECIAL-H. W. Ciark, Custom Shoe
Maker. Ladies riding boots, hand
tailored to your measure, $9 f or a
few days, any color. Men's, $12. Only
one store. Corner Forest and South
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TYPEWRITER SERVICE
TYPEWRITERS-All makes, sold,
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O. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade.
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FOR SALE
BAKE SALE-Child Study Club, at
R. B. ClothinggStore, Sat., Feb. 18,
beginning at 11 a. mn. 103
FOR SALE - Brown beaverette fur
coat. Small 36. Never been worn.
Must sacrifice. Call 4398.
101, 102, 103.
FOR RENT
TWO large pleasant rooms, single bed,
1two dressers and two study tables,
extra nice suite, all American boys,
only 7 boys; one block from Eng.
Arch. Wash room beside bath. 624
Church 103
FOR RENT -Four-room furnished
apt. Call Dr. Travis at Univ. Hosp.
or 7008. 102, 103, 104
FOR RENT-Single Room in quiet
modern house, near campus. Busi-
ness man or student. 702 Tappan.
102, 103, 104
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
FOR RENT-Large room. Will rent
single or double. 516 Cheever C.,
Back of Union. 7073. 101, 102, 103 -
FOR RENT - Two suites, one suita-
ble for three and other for two.
Also one single room. Phone
22110. 615 Monroe.
101, 102, 103, -104, 105, 10G.
WANTED
WANTED-Students to know that our
home laundry methods give your
clothes personal attention. Moe
Laundryi 204 N. Main. Dial 3916. C
LOST
LOST-Black leather key case, with
licenses for Greene. Return to Uni-
versity High School; $2 reward.
103, 104
LOST-Ring, with initial "D" on
black setting. Finder please see
Dahn in Room 3200, Angell Hall.
LOST-Yarn purse, Wednesday, be-
tween Vaughan and Hill St. Finder
please call Wigon 6641.
102, 103, 104
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-
ing a few bills, Michigan Theatre,
Feb. 11th. W. R. C. Phone 5872.
102, 103
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FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
Corner State and Washington Sts.
Arthur W. Stalker, D.D., Minister
Parley C. Bingham, Associate
MInister and Student Director
10:30---"Iufornia 1 ReligIon."
12:00-Student Bible Class and
Discussion Class.
6:00-Regent Junius E. Beal will
speak on "The Students of
Europe."
7:30-"Mussolini and the Black
Shirts" will be the topic of.
Thomas Skeyhill on Guild Lec-
ture program.
THE UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huron Streets
Sidney S. Robins, Minister
February 19, 1928
10:45-Mr. E. L. Moses speaks on
T'Ilie Meaning of a Liberal
Education." (A book by Everett
Dean Martin).
5:45-Candlelight Supper.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
K. Edward Sayles, Minister
.Rev. Howard Chapman,
Minister for Students.
10:45-"This Age ofI Revolt." A
sermon by Mr. Sayle's.
12:00-The Bible School.
12:00-Students meet at Guild
House. Mr. Chapman in charge.
5:30--Friendship Hour. Refresh-
m-tnts.
6:30-Devotional meeting. Miss
Edith Owen will speak on "A
Sumnuer in Labrador."
FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 South Divis on Street
10:30 a. in. -- Regular Morning
Service; Subject: "31ind."
11:45 a. m.-Sunday School follow-
ing the morning service.
7:45 p. m.-Wednesday evening
testimonial meeting.
The Reading Room, 10 and 11
State Saving Bank Building is open
daily from 12 to 5 o'clock, except
Sundays and legal Holidays.
7Z1N LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
9:00-Bible Study. Question Hour
of Student Conference.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Corner Huron and Division
J erle II, Anderson, Minister
Dale It. Moore, Associate.
Mrs. N ellie B. Cadwell
Secretary for Women.
9:=30-Church School. Student
Class led by Dale H. Moore.
0:45--Morning; Worship. Sermon
on "Tue iNew Church Project"
2: 00-Student Class led by Prof.
Howard McCusky.
5:30--Social Hour and Supper.
6:30-Young People's Society.

CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH
State t. at Wiltliams
Dr. Carl S. Patton,
Acting~ Miniister
9:30-Sunday School.
10:45-Morning W'orship. Sermon:
"Creative Faith." Rev. Walter
T. Lockwood, Boise, Idaho,
preaching.
5:30-Student Luncheon and Fel-
lowship. Rev. Lockwood will
speak on "The lBlazed Trail."
All University Students are
wdlcome.
ST. ANDREW'S
(EPISCOPAL) CHURCH
Division and Catherine streets
Rev. Henry Lewis, Rector
Rci. Thomas L. Harris, Assistant
QUINQUAG ESIMA SUNDAY
8:00-Holy Conimunioi.

Values from

,$11.50

to

$15.00

NOW

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ai R., between Packard
and Williams
G. A. Neumann, Minister
9 : 00-Sunday School.
10:00-Regular morning worship.
Pastor's subject: "A Pre-
Lenten Question: Wily Do Ye
This ?"
11:00-German service.
5:30--Young People's fellowship
and discussion hour. Topic:
"Are the Teachings of Christ
Practical Today?"

$595

to

$1125

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9:30-Service for Students
Harris ball (followed
breakfast) (

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by

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:45-Dr.
Britain

E. E. Evans. "What
Ias Done for India."'

HILLEL FOUNDATION
61( E. University Dial 3779
Sunday, Feb. 19, 1928
Services at 3:30 p. m. Lane Hall.

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11: 00-Morning Prayer and S r-
mon by Rev. Henry Lewis.
6:15-Student Supper and Meet-
ing.
7:30-Evening Service at the
Church. Preacher, Mr._Harris
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Misso::ri Synod)
Third and West Huron
C. A. Braeer, Pastor
Parsonage: 420 West Liberty
February 19

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CHURCH OF CHRIST
DISCIPLES
Corner Hill and Tappan
Rev. Frederick Cowin
10:30-Morning worship.

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