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ATVRDAY, JANUARY 21, 1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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IMPROVEMENT SROWNAthletic Fraternity
Adds Three Men
D FRESHMAN CCERSTo Activity Roster

MICHIGAN MATMEN TO OPPOSE WEST VIRGINIA TONIGHT

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Membership in Sigma Delta Psi, na-
i° it Varsity C(aididate5 tional athletic fraternity, was recently
1..431Va. ,Change From
rly Seisont O1'rl augmented by the addition of three
new members, bringing the total of
DRILL iN 1UNDAMENTALS active members on the campus to 1.
The new men who completed the
Coach Ray Fisher's freshman necessary requirements for member-
basketball candidates have been dis- ship in the organization are: H.
playing con-iderable improvement Harrell, G. C. Withrow, and Dor
over their early season form in re-
cent scrimnages with teams composed Cooper.
of members of the Varsity squad and Cooper is a member of the Varsity
the Physical Ed team. track team, Withrow an athlete with
Thursday night Coach Fisher divid- a variety of experience, while Har.'el
ed his squad up into four teams, is a newcomer on the campus and a,
which worked alternately against a farmer high school dash star.
combination made up of members of ' Includes Seven Traekimen
the Varsity squad. The first of these Other active members on the campus
teams held the Varsity outfit to a include Hester, Lasser, Northrup,
16-13 score in the first of the 15- Kelly, ITerrnstein, Munger and Oh-
minute scrimmages, while the second lheiser, members of the Michigan
group outscored the Varsity 14-13 in track team. Walaitis Varsity swim-
the second session. E mer, is on the role of active members,
Ie~it Phyica&l IAIs ! as is Gates, instructor in gymnastics.
The first freshmen combination N. C. Maloney, and Robert Eardley
lined up with Arnold and Higgin's at complete the list of active members
the forward positions; McGrath, cent- in school.
er; McCormick and Libman, guards In addition to the three new men,
while opposed to them were Orwig there are 110 others on the list of
and Gawne, forwards; Raber, center; candidates for membership in the
and McCoy an(d Lovell, guards, The society. Of these, eight are lacking
second yearling team to oppose the in but one event for admittance. Con-
Varsity consisted of Downing and siderable more interest has been
Weinstein at forwards, Dougal at showed in the organization than in
center; an sJusticeand Lytle, guards. any year previous, as many as 25
Coach Fisher.s charges have also trying the various requirements at
engaged in frequent practices with one time. Aside from membership in
the Wolverine B cagemen and have the organization, all members com-
given a good account of themselves. pleting the testA are given a dinner.
Recently the yearlings handed the Beginning with the second semester,
Physical Eds a bad beating in a one- L. R. Gates will coach men who need
sided contest that ended 41-15. special instruction in any event. He
Assisted by Coach Jack Blott and will be at the Waterman gymnasium
Conboy, a student in the physical from 3 to 6 o'clock during the week
education school, Coach Fisher has and at the field house from 9 to 12
continued to drill his men in the fund- o'clock.
amentais of the game, paying no at- Have 33 Chapters
ention to any sort of team play. His Sigma Delta Psi was founded at
efforts have been rewarded by a Indiana university in 1912. Since
narked improvement in the general that time it has made rapid strides,
iccuracy and handling of the ball. now having among its chapters six
Candidates Are Smill of the Big Ten schools with a total
Due to the facts that the freshmen of 33 chapters. Any college in the
candidates are frequently shifted in United States is eligible for member-
practices andl have no opportunity to ship into the society. The officers
i neamst pay sthe re-for 1928 are Dr. GeorgeA. May, presi-
ing against the reserves are commend- dent- and Prof. Elmer D. Mitclmll,
ble. The greatest handicap of Coach secretary. Honorary members are:
F'isher's men is their unusually small- President Clarence Cook Little, Dr.
eass in stature, which places them at John Sundwall, Dr. W. E. Forsythe,
decided disadvantage in taking the and Charles B. Hoyt.
ball off the backboard. The various fraternity groups on
Arnold, Higgins, Downing, Wein- the campus have evinced considerable
stein, and Tyler look like the most interest lately in Sigma Delta Psi.
promising of the freshman forward Eleven of them have entered men in
candidates at the present time. Mc- three events before )the second
3rath and Dougal are the pick of the semester in order to get credit.
centers, while McCormick, Libman, _'sst ___rrtgtr_ t
Justice, and Lytle are the outstanding CHICAGO-Efforts are under way
guards. . to arrange a football game between
Freshman practice ended for the University of Chicago and Army next
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star of 1926, from conpeting t in'
'The invading team will be (''itmpos1
ed of Cooper in the 115 pound class
C( 125, Brill 125. 5,uble 145, Captain
Sudor 158, T Nixon 15, and
Nixon heavyweight. 0W this number
Cooper, Cox, Bri, Sudor a n d the
Nixons are veterans from the 1927
outfit. (Cox is an especially c(ap able
performer, with a near victory to his'
credit over Patterson oL Oklahoma .
& M., who holds the national amateur
title in lhis weight.
One of the interesting eattIures
about the eastern team is that it in-
cludes two brothers, who have sta-
red in football as well as on W
mat. Ted Nixon, 175 pounder, and
'Butch' Nixon, heavywieight, hve o-
cupied a guard and tac l!e berth re-

1 E'an 1for the 1)1stt cw) rsons.
The bouts w i e hel mat
located in the center o the ask{-
lall court. t 1 a(15dordlag a :
is ai'ilit ies jar lih' jpertt-

i8 siidenttOt !oon hocks or upon
the payment of 50 cents. The bouts -
t ill begin promit l ly at 7:00 o'clock
Sl will be ref r d by Dickeron,
:crme1( 5 l ta 518(college star.

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AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.
NOTICE LOVELY warm room for students,
MARGARET'S G1IIEY SllO1p, Cor Liib- teachers, business girls or nurses.
erty and Maynard. TE. 9215. A few Telephone and typewriter in room.
more reservations for 1J-Hop Break- Breakfast when desired. Private
fast are still open. 91, 92 house, quiet in evenings, $4.00 per
--_-_-_----- week each or $75 a semester. Call
NOTICE-Two used portable type- 4329. 91, 92
Iwriters for sale. One and two years E
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NOTICE-Be sure and visit this most
moder an l efficient Hat Cleaning
an d Shoe Shlining Parlor. Michigan1
Tlieatre Blidg. 539 E. Liberty.
Tues., Thurs., Sat.
UNIVERSITY BEAUTY SHOPPE.
-)Jarcel, 50c; Shampo >, 50c; Mani-
cure, 50c; Facial, 75e. All work
guarantecl. 1111 South University.
Dial 2129. 90, 91, 92
TRY one of our thirty-live cent noon
lunch at I ariney s, 1( E. Williams.
89-91
NO"TICE-For hire, "Carl's Wol-
' 'verines" 5-picce novelty orchestra.
Phone 4"9,. Carl Kraatz, for rates.
89, 90, 91
NOTICE-We deliver between the
nulirs of 9::30 and 11:30 p m. Prompt
Delivery. Barbecue Inn. Phone 4481.
20 100
TYPEWIi [TEll SERVICE
While on vacation leave your type-
writers at Rider's Pen Shop. A good
time to have them cieaneu and ad-
justed.
TYPING - Theses. Expert work,
"romptiy done. 1026 Packard. Dial
~91.59, 90, 91I

ment. Phone 6110. n9z9
FOR RENT-Four-room apartment
with private bath. Heat and hot
water furnished. Telephone 738.
91, 92
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 trooms in
private family. Call before 3 p. m.
5376. 91, 92
FOR RENT-Single room in quiet
house. Phone 4051. 91, 92
FOR RENT-Front suite and sing-a
room. Phone 7618. 515 Walnut. 91, 92
ROOMS-1 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
ATTRACTIVE ROOMS
For four boy's in a quiet approved
house. 3323 Jefferson. Call evenings.
91, 92

Special arrangement with the Adler Co. we are able to offer
These unusual values. We must make room for incoming spring
Lr~erchandise.
SALE STARTS TDY
Special
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ODD TROUSERS, $8-$10 VALUE .....

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213 E. LIBERTY

semester with Thur sday's session. j
SIX CONFERENCE FIVES
WILL COMPETE TONIGHT
(Continued From Page Six)
set Purdue before Beckner graduates,
are expected to outscore Coach Craig
Ruby's Illinois quintet tonight.
The Illini, however, inspired by1
their narrowly earned win over the
Badgers, are expected to furnish
some Wherry competition. Illinois'
great play against Purdue in the sea-
son's inaugural is also pointed to
by those who figure the Indians as a,
formidable threat. Again, even in the
Iowa game, Illinois led until a sen-
sational rally enabled the Hawks to
forge ahead of the Indians.
Another battle royal is promised
when the downtrodden Maroons and
the only slightly less downtrodden
Buckeyes meet at Columbus.
It is difficult to understand the in-
different play of the Chicago squad
whose only flash of the season, hold-
ing Northwestern to a 15-14 margin,
revealed at least something of the
great defensive which characterized
them last year.
With court stars like Gist, McDon-
ough, and Hoerger, all of them truly
great players, Chicago may rise to
the occasion long enough to drag the
Bucks back into the cellar as com-
panions. By scoring 43 points against
Northwestern, Ohio seems capable of
disposing of the Maroons, but the
inconsistency of the Scarlet and Gray
is well enough known to serve to
discount their chances.
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SUNDAY

CHURCH SERVICE

FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
Corner State and Washington Sts.
Arthur W. Stalker, D.1D., Minister
-Parley C. Bingham, Assistant
Minister and Student ]Director
10:30--"The Search for Life."
12:00-Ralph Johnson will lead
discussion on "God and
Science." There will be an-
other Bible Study Class under
capable leadership.
6:00-Pauline Winchell will be
the speaker.
7:30-"Christ's Source of Power."
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THE UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and huron Streets
Sidney S. Robins, Minister
January 22, 192S
10:45--Morning Service. "t'hristm
Unity in Dream and Reality .
((No supper or evening
meeting this Sunday)
HILLEL FOUNDATION
615 E. University Dial 3779
The Foundation will be open
through the examination period
and between semesters.
Jan. 21 at the Foundation.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Rev. . Ioward Chapman,
M)iister for Students.
10:45--Worship Sermon by Mr.
Sales. "'I'ie ('iallenge of
12:0i he Church Bible School
Student group meets in Guild
house.
5:2O-- The 'rindship Hour at
Cui cl Hcuse. All young people.
Conme.
6:30--Devotional Delegates to re-
cent Detroit S. V. Convention
will discuss some vital ques-
tions raised .
FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 Sntonth Division Street
10:30 a. m. - Regular Morning
Se.vicC: ':Trut.I
1: 45 a. m.-Sunday School follow-
ugthe morning service.
7:5 p. i~.tipedne'sday evening
testimonial meeting.
The Reading Room, 10 and 11
State Saving Bank Building is open
aily from 12 to 5 o'clock, except
Sundays and legal Holidays.
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
11'ashington St. and Fifth Aie.
9 : 00--Bible Study.
10:30 a. m.-Service with Sermon.
"The Fruits of Jitstifving Faith.

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Corner Huron and Division
Merle HI. Anderson, Minister
Dale If.. Moore, Associate.
Mrs. Nellie -t. Cadwell
Secretary for Women.
9:30-Church School. Student;
Class 'led by Rev. Dale rl.
Moore.
10:45-Morning Worship. Sermon
on "Americas Fnettled is sue
-Law or liquor."
12:00-Student Class led by Pro.
Howard MlcClusky.
5:30-Social 1hour :nd 1 Sttpper.
G:30-Young People's Sciiet.
BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ai .,, between Packard
and 7'fllins
G. A. Neumann, Mhi Yst er
9 : 00-Sunday S hool.
10: 00-Regula- amning se're.
Sermon topic:" 1he Pes iiy
Irreverence,"
5: 30-Young People's stlppet h-mr
followed by discussion mieetin
CHURCH OF CHRIST
DISCIPLES
Corner IilA and Tappan
Rev. Frederick Cowin
10:30--Morning worship.

CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH
Dr. Carl S. Patton,
Acting Minister
31:20-Sunday School.
10:15-- Aorniing services, Dr. Carl
S. Patton.
7:20--informal student hour at
Pilgrim Hall.
ST. ANDREW'S
(EPISCOPAL) CHURCH
Division and Catherine Streets
Rev. Henry Lewis, Rector
Thomas L. Harris, Assistant
T ird Sunday After Epiphany.
8 : 00-Holy Communion.
9:2 --Service for Students in
1 HanibsrnangPrayer and Ser-
mon'by the Rev. Henry Lewis.
6:15 -Student Supper and Meet-
ing.
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Huron
C. A. Brauer, Pastor
larsonage: 420 West Liberty
January 22

TYPEWRITER RIBBONS-Our rapid
turnover insures a fresh stock. You
secure the bcst quality at a moder-
Sate price. 0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels
Arcade.
TYPEWRITERS-All makes, sold,
rented, exchanged, cleaned, re-
paired. Our machines and work
guaranteed to give best satisfaction.
0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade. ]
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Rea-E
sonable rates. M. V. Flartsuff.
Dial 9387. 77-180
TYPEWRIING 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.
FOUNTAIN PEN SERVICE
Better have your Fountain Pen looked
over now at Rider's Pen Shop. You
wiil want them iin goodl shape for
exams.
FOR SALE
LAST WEEK of special oriental rug
sale. Oriental brassware, indian
prints, etc. Must be closed out re-
gardless of cost. Real opportunity
to buy. Mr. Jamgotch's importations
at reduced prices. Third floor, Mack
& Co. 87, 88, 89, 90, 91
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Beautiful suite, well fur-
nished, also double room, 5 blocks
from campus. 208 N. Division.
89, 90, 91
FIRST-FLOOR suite. Two large rooms
and bath. Will accommodate three
persons. 500 Packard. Dial 5343.
89, 90, 91
A SUITE at 311 Thompson. Steam
heat, continuous hot water. 89, 90, 91
FOR RENT-Three nicely furnished
suites for men students, 3 blocks
from campus, Mich. Union. Phone
9461. 89, 90, 91
TO RENT-Single room's and suites,
close to campus. Reasonable rent.
a 1l Church. 89, 90, 91, 92
FOR RENT-Rooms, single or double,
in quiet house, for next 'semester.
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 RENT-Suite in a quiet house
and a good location, at 429 S. Divi-
sion. 89, 90, 91
FOR RENT at 410 Thompson, first
class front suite or as two singlet',
and one single. No other roomers.
Well furnished, soft aWater, steam
heat. 90, 91, 92
FOR RENT-Packard St., 214. Pleas-
ant double room and suite, near
campus, $3.00. Phone 9152. 90, 91, 92
FOR RENT-One single room and
one double, second floor, steam heat.
337 E. Jefferson. 90, 91, 92
FOR RENT-Single room, double
room, good beds. 911 Forest Ave.
Excellent location. 90, 91, 92
FOR RENT--Attractive suite, first
floor. 325 E. Jefferson. 90, 91
NEWLY decorated front suite. Light,
warm and quiet. Good location. 815
Arch. Dial 3079. 90, 91, 92
A COMFORTABLE suite, ideal for
two upper classmen or grads. 918
S. State. Dial 8368. 90, 91, 92

FO RRENT-Furnished Apt. 1215 Hill
St. First floor front, four rooms,
sun parlor and bath. Phone 3567.
j 91
FOR RENT--Comfortable suite and
single room. Phone 8194. 89, 90, 91
ROOMS ht $3.25 per week at
FLETCHER HALL
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, Iot and
cold water in each room.
Lounging and Smoking Room
915 Sybil St., near Ferry Field. Dial
4770.
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
TYPING wanted, between semesters.
R. W. Ross, 513 S. Division St. Tel.
6552. 91
WANTED-Two J-Hop tickets. Write
E. C. Hoenicke, 833 St. Louis, Fern-
dale, Mich. 90, 91, 92
ROO-MATE wanted. Pleasant front
room. 1% block from campus. Gradu-
ate preferred. 1115 S. University,
21489. 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93
LOST -
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 -A black Moore fountain pen
with a Rider clip. Reward. Call
Johnson, 6293 or 9714. 89, 90, 91
L O S T - Shakespeare's Complete
Works. Cambridge edition in Eng-
lish department of Angell Hall. Re-
ward. No questions- asked. Box 25,
Michigan Daily. 89, 90, 91
LOST-A pair of shell-rimmed glasses
in black leather case, in Natural
Science Auditorium, Jan. 18. Please
Dial 6023. Helene Terry. 90, 91
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-Slide rule; return to Clyde
Johnson, 632 Church St. Phone 7723.
91
LOST-Very small Swiss wrist watch,
between Park Terrace and Econo-
mic's Building. Monogram M.B.W.
Call 22351. Reward. 91
LOST-Thursday, on campus, a watch
shaped bracelet of brilliants and
sapphires. Please call 6816, between
5:00 and 7:00 p. m. Reward.
Switches Back
to Favorite
T obacco

Shubert-Lafayett.
Beginning' Suiday, Jan. StI,
THE SPIDER
Mats, Thurs. and Sat.
Prices: Nvien ings, 50c to $2.50.
Popnhu' Mat. I'huuirs. 50C to $1.50
Saturday IMatimee, 50C to $2.00
(Plus Tax)

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Peoria, Ill
Aug. 26, 1926
Messrs. Larus & Bro. Co.
Richmond, Va.
Dear Sirs:
Justa confession and an appreciation.
A number of years ago I was a user
of your Edgeworth smoking tobacco.
But like some others, perhaps, I was led
by alluring advertisements to change.
A few days ago I went into a drug
store to get some tobacco, and on the
case was the familiar can of Edgeworth.
I bought it and since then I have en-
joyed old-time comfort.
So my confession is that I made a
mistake in changing to other brands,
and my appreciation is such that Edge-
worth will be my Smoke Pal while life
lasts, which may not be long, for I
have passed my "three score years and

FOR RENT-One large room for two.
Hot and cold water, $6.00; one
single room $3.50; one 'single room,
hot and cold water $4.00; steam
heat. 337 Thompson, near Campus.'

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