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February 15, 1929 - Image 7

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, , x.929 r

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FNCERS WIL MEITWILDCATS CONFRONTED WITH TASK
"ILLFSTOPPING MURPHY AND PURDUE
ILLINiATC AEVANSTON, Feb. 14.-Having Boilermaker opponents. North-
successfully broken Michigan's western cokego ffStrLetch" ith
i trngofvitoie, Northwestern's to edgoasa Lafayette but was
(Continued From Page Six) strng of victories, forced to take the short side of a
basket tossers will now attempt to 46 to 30 score when Cummins and
seson meetwhmexceptin the Conference send another Big Ten pacemaker Harmeson stepped out and helped
tournament, into a back spin when they engage themselves to five and four field
Captaim Laar, Stolp""an, and Purdue's quintet in a return game goals respectiv'ely. Russ Bergherm
Shutz will enter the foils event at Patten Gym Saturday night. kept Murphy in cheek.
against Captain Pareira, aier, and Judging from the inspired bas- . The job of stopping Mftrphy
one othe to be announced later nketball they have played in win- again will rest with Bergherm,
in the match at Champaign tomer- ning their last five starts, includ- whose work at center in place of
row. Stolman' is the only Wo- ing four Conference games, the 'Walter has been consistently good.
eine th xpriencein Wildcats have an excellent chance'It is extremely doubtful if Walter's
ve iene, lthough Captaeein Lazaron of lowering the "Old Gold" colors, injured knee will permit him to
will fence as number one. Purdue now rests in a tie with face the Boilermakers. The Koko-
Michigan and Wisconsin for the mo flash has been on the bench
Wiggins, In Epee Big Ten lead, each team having now since the Iowa game, Jan. 15.
Michigan will be represented by I won five and lost one game.
two veterans in the epee. Wiggers, The task of beating Purdue is ..
backbone of the 1928 squad in all generally conceded to focus on OPTICAL
of the events, will participate only stopping Charles "Stretch" Mui-
in the epee this year as a running phy, elongated center. While- this DEPARTMENT
mate to Winer, Wolverines epee does not hold to be a certainty, it
man last year. Illinois' strongest is essentially the biggest job for Lehsea and Frames made
man in this event is Siebert, who is To Order
fencing with the Varsity for the Sliecher, both -without Big Ten ex- .
first time this year. perienice, in the sabres at Cham- Optical Prescriptions
Hammer, Michigan's leading sa- paign. On the whole the Wolver- Filled
bre man last season, and Gordon, a ines appear to have a slight edge
first year man, will m'eet Gross and on the Illini in experience. HALLERS
State St. Jewelers
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WOLVERINE SEXTET TO PLAY
GAMES ON NORTHWEST

FIVE
INVASION

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ger puckmen in a two game series
on Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 18
and 19. These will be the first
contests between the teams this
year.
The strong Minnesota team,
twice conquerors of the Maiz and
Blue sextet, will provide the op-

position in a return series on Feb.
21 and 23.
The puckmen will close their
season with two return engage-I
ments with the Cardinal team on
March 1 and 2 in the Coliseum.
Last year Michigan won a single
game form Wisconsin, dropping
three games to the Badger sextet.

'LINE COACH1CANDIDATES
MADISON, Feb. 14-Two former
Notre Dame centers, Adam Walsh
and "Bud" Boeringer, are among
the outstanding candidates to suc-
ceed Tom Lieb as line coach for the
Univeisity of Wisconsin's football
team
Walsh has been coaching at San-
to Clara college in California, while
Boeringer is at Detroit University.

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FRIDAY AND SATURIDAV
20 DOZEN TIES
exclusive patterns, all hand-made,
and in all colors - special fdr two
1st Tie at Regular Price
2nd Tie for 5c
Our entire stock of fine gloves, including Pigskin, Buckskin,
Deerskin, Calfskin and Mocha, in both slip-on and buttot
styles, offered at one price for these two days-
Take advantage of these special prices,
also others on shirts, overcoats, hats, etc.
ARTHUR F. MARQUARDT

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FLOODLIGHTS
FOR PARTIES
Just the thing for bright-
ening up the decorations
and naking the scenery
more attradtve.
Rented at the Small
Charge of 75c
a light
25c Additional for Colors
ERNST BROS.
Electrical Shop
210 So. Fourth Ave.

Spring Arrives At This Shop
Before The First Robin
WE ARE SHOWING NEW SUITS,
TOPCOATS, NECKWEAR, SHIRTS,
H O S I E R Y, AND UNDERWEAR.
EVEN GOLF HOSE IF YOU NEED
THEM NOW!
DOWNTOWN SHOP
of
GREENWOOD and KILGORE.
119 South Main

608 E. Liberty St.

Ann Arbor,

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Tho Heath
GC #1,es
Thos Heath Ready-To-Put-On
Spring Suits and Topcoats
are being unpacked
Perhaps
You are not quite ready to
make a purchase-come in any-
way-look over some of the new
ideas--make yourself at home-
you are welcome.
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