FRIDAY, DrCE-MBE r, 1928
THE Ic I-CAN
THE MICHIOAM flATLY
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FRESHMAN CAGE SQUAD
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seven teams making up the squad. '
- - The original number of yearling
p i aspirants was about 120, but the
(Continued from page six) first cut left but 1-3 of this num-
In the Wolverine line, Pommeren- ber on the squad.z
ing's ability and fighting spirit has However, several freshman foot-
gained recognition throughout the ball men have been too busy mak-t
country. ing up lost work to report as yet,
Minnesota has a galaxy of stars but are expected to come out earlys
who may qualify, including Fred next week. The final yearling cut,
Hovde, Conference scoring ace, according to Coach Fisher, will be
ken Haycraft, veteran end, andI made within one or two dlays, after
Capt. George Gibson, guard. Iwhich no more than twenty will
Bronko Nagurski, too, might be in- remain on the freshman squad.
eluded, although he was handicap- At present the members of the
ped by injuries. Iowans are her- various teams have had too little
alding Mayes McLain and Irwin practice together to show much in!
Glassgow, backfield men, as their the way of finished floor workj
entries, either in guarding or taking the;
Cuisinier andeLusby, backs, and ball down the floor, but the coordi-
outstaninWgne at isconsin were nation is improving with the dailyj
outstanding at Wisconsin. Indiana Scrimmages.
nominates Randolph, center, or The present yearling squad is
iennett, halfback, for the aware.superior to last year's aggregationj
Contenders for the trophy at Pur- in at least one way, that of height.
due are "Pest" Welch, halfback, Although most of the forwards are
and Leon Hutton, end. I -f only medium size, the guards
and centers look as if Michiganj
Northwestern fans offer Walt may soon again have a team corn- i
Iolmer, triple threat star, as their parable to the "giants" of 1926-27,
leading candidate. Ohio State where no player was under six feet
supporters have acclaimed Wesley in height.
Fesler, end, as a fitting recipient Several freshman have shownl
of the award. Byron Eby, fleet good eyes for the basket in the!
halfback, is also mentioned as a practice games so far, while the
contender. Although lacking in- guarding has also been close. Drill
dividual stars, Illinois possessed a on fundamentals will start soon.
well-balanced eleven, with "Butch"-
Xowack and Russ Crane, linemen,
both strong reasons 'for the IlliniM1"
success. S 1
30th December, 1927
COLISEUM RINK TO BE FORMALLY
OPENED TO PUBLIC NEXT MONDA V
(Continued from page six) is good any time during the year.
could be handled in the old build- The seventy-five members of the
ing. hockey squad including eight vet-
Skaters will be charged fifty erans and several candidates aspir-
cents for each time they use the ing for a p6sition as goal tender
rink. However, students will be which it was feared would be aI
able to use the rink seven times vulnerable weak spot in the team,l
for one dollar if they wish to pur- will begin their delayed practice
chase a strip of seven tickets. This Monday in preparation for the
offer is open to students only and; opening of the season.I
A Elgin Watch
an acceptable gift, both
for its usefulness and as
a token of friendship that
# ,,,,,"ffis as everlasting as the.
charm of the watch.
Also rings, necklaces and
2other exquisite jewelry
~7A~dre sQ 1928
AIS S I F I ED
.-: and here are just the
skates to wear * . . The
perfect fit and correct bal-
ance make skating a pleas-
ure. Y'ou'll be proud of these
fine tubular skates attached
to shoes. Sizes for everyone,
for every kind of skating.
A ,f .hnson skater aanaany
. L' WNnr. Aer-hism U -SA.
Send for this Free The
J L W ELK Y 6HUC'YfT
Larus & Bro. Co.,
As my Christmas present I pur-
chased for myself a pound of your to-
bacco (Edgeworth) in Ir lb. flat tins.
This morning on the tram I met a man
with whom I am only slightly acquaint-
ed, and filling my pipe produced your
tin, at which he exclaimed: "I am not a
pipe smoker, but occasionally I have a
try in that direction and I consider that
the tobacco in your hand is the finest
I am in entire agreement with his
J. J. Mason
Extra High Grade
A ( boky Out
9Aw0k on R~ating
00r sie by Leading Sporting Goods, Hardware and Department Stores
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to ' answering the questions :
You know, there is an old saying: "A man wants
what a man wears," that has particular significance
around Christnas time.
Quite true! And where does he buy his wearables?
In this store, of course-a man's store-fifty-two
weeks out of the year. He buys therm here because
we know his tastes, his sizes, as we know how to
sell good merchandise--
And now the problem is solved!
Fancy Silk Suspenders
Imported Wool Hose
Knitted and Silk Neckwear
Fur Lined Gloves
Imported Golf Hose
Imported Silk Mufflers
Pigskin, Mocha, or Buckskin Gloves
Soft Collar Cases
Dress and Tuxedo Vests
Evening Dress Jewelry
Modernistic Designed Lighters
Knives and Watch Chains
Cigarette Cases and Lighters_
in Sets to Match
5 gig RHs.Gift
It Is So Easy Here!
After all, buying his Christmas Gift simmers down
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DO YOU WANT TO GET HER
GO TO MERRICK'S
928 Church St., Ann Arbor, Mich.
DO YOU WANT TO GET HIM
GO TO MERRICK'S
Do You Want to Get Them
Unusual Gifts for their Wedding?
GO TO MERRICK'S
jOr an Unusual Gift for Father
or Moter- --
GO TO MERRICK'S
These are exquisite importations
from all over the world, but being
imported direct, priced way below
what they cost at other places, yet
Lovely Florentine Christmas Cards
as low as 15c. Italian leathers and
nothing "cheap" or shoddy.
hand-made jewelry, beads, etc.
Beautiful bead bags, pearls, fancy
atomizers and perfumes from Paris.
Lovely things from Vienna, etc.,
ALL AT MERRICK'S
Merrick's Chinese Rugs are exqui-
site gifts, sizes from 18-inch
squares and rounds at from $7.50
to $9.00 to room size rugs and car-
pets at two-fifths of the price you
can buy them in New York or on
the West Coast.
Because Merrick's have a guaran-
teed territory, you can get these
no where else in all Michigan.
NOTICE-Dial 3916, Moe Laundry,
204 N. Main St., for laundry ser-
vice with real personal attention
like received at home. C
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9387.
PIANO TUNING-The Concert Art-
ist Piano Tuner, phone 6776. Vic-
tor Allmendinger. Not with any
music house. Exclusive piano
tuner for the University School
of Music. Office at residence,
1608 Morton Ave.
Wed., Thu.. Fri. C
MACK TUTORING AGENCY
310 So. State. Phone 7927
NOTICE-We have a large selec-
tion of Greeting Cards and Mot-
toes. Francisco-Boyce, 719 N.
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TYPE WITER E R V I C E-New
Corona, loyal, Underwood Rem-
ington portables, also used large
and portable typewriters of all
makes bought, sold, rented. ex-
changed, cleaned, repaired. Large
stock, .best service, considerate
prices. Phone 6615. O. D. Morrill
17 Nickels Arcaae. c
NOTICE-H. W. Clark Shoe Fac-
tory, corner of South University
and Forest. Let us save you 20
percent on your repair work.
Only one shoe factory in town.
RIDING BOOTS from $10 up; golf
shoes from $8 up; moccasins in
ten different leather styles, $6
All kinds of shoes made to your
measure.-H. W. Clark, c
LOST-Dog, black and tan Gordon
stter. Barry Prof. H. M. Wight.
Telephone 21574. 1006 Granger.
LOST-Kappa key. Reward. Call
Margaret Eaman, 117. 64,65,66
LOST-A pair of glasses with light
colored horn rims Dec. 5th in or
near Angell Hall. Reward. Tele-
phone 5847. 64
LOST-Small gold fraternity key
inscribed J. P. G. '30. Dial 6665.
LOST-A finger ring in Mechanical
Engineering locker room Tues-
day afternoon. Please call For-
tune, 8917. 63,64
LOST-A small-size left hand
buckskin glove somewhere be-
tween Waterman Gym and cor.
South University, on Thursday
afternoon. Phone 6617.
WANTED-Cook, German woman,
with city references, wishes posi-
tion in fraternity or sorority
after Christmas vacation. Tele-
phone 6374. 64,65,66,67,68,69
HUDSON COACH TRUNK-Will
pay cold cash for one in good
shape. Dial 9853 after 12:15 at
FOR SALE-Hudson seal fur coat,
cocoa squirrel collars and cuffs.
Size 36. Telephone 3169 between
6-7 p. m. . 64,65,66
FOR SALE-Twenty-two acres, one
mile from city limits, 60 rods from
the Saline road. Just right for a
quiet country home. $700 per
acre. John Huss, 26 Ann Arbor
Savings Bank. Phone 7135.
FOR SALE - All-electric Crosley
radio. Have had it three weeks
but need cash. Call 4518 after
4 p. m. Ask for Smith for dem-
FOR RENT-206 South 4th Ave.
Rooms furnished for light house