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AY, DECEMBER 14, 1928

THE MlI CH ICAN

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r[T T E D l 0 COMPLETE PROGRAM FOR I BASKETBALL TEAM OVERWHELMS LAZAR ELECTED CAPTAIN
L LERMN ULMUL CONFERENCE TRACK MEET YEARLING FIVE IN PRACTICE TILT O W OLVERINE FENCER

and Ohio State have been arrang-
ed although the dates have
niot been set. In addition to these

CL A S S I F I E
ADVERTISING

PENNSYLVANIA SQUAD
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Ten championship events and1
four consolation races will consti-
tute the program of the nineteenth
annual Western conference indoor

record for all time by totalling 327 track and field meet which will be
points including 118 baskets and held 'for the second consecutive
91 free throws, and won a unani- year in the University of Iowa field
mous berth, on the, all-eastern five. house March 8 and 9.
Quakers Are Strong Addition of the consolation races
Teamed with Captain Schaaf at is a new departure in Big Ten track
guard is, the veteran Lazer who is athletics. Designed to provide fur-
scarcely less brilliant. He too, was ther competition for athletes who
named on the mythical all-eastern are eliminated in semi-final
team. Coach Edward Nichols has rounds, the races will be held in the
a trio of veterans back for the for- 60-yard dash, 70-yard high hur-
ward posts in Hartnett, Lobley, and dles, half and mile runs. Four
Noble, the latter iaccounting for bronze medals will be awarded in
the winning basket in the play-off each race but no points will be
with Princeton a year ago. i scored.
The single weakness at present Runners from te ten cnference
appears to be the center post left universities will compete in trial
vacant by the graduation of. Chap- heats of the 60-yard dash and 70-
man last spring. Both Bradbeek yard high hurdles Friday evening,
and Bonniewell have been working March 8. Semi-finals in these
at the post, but the latter looks 1 events will bt run off the following
like a likely starter in the western !evening.
games. Gilfillan is another center is an excellent floor man and a
possibility. There is also a slight fine shot, despite his small size.
chance that Coach Nichols may According to western standa ds,
shift Schaaf to a forward and use the Panthers are unusually small'
Peroantherguar. Undefeated in stature. Last year the lineup
LatersAreUndeeatGoded nincluded two plbyers who were fiveI
Panthyear's Pitthrough theGoen and a half feet in height., while
Pasnrwntouthrouigheentrethis year's. front has two even
season without a single reverse, smaller performers in Ferraro andI
annexing 21 consecutives victories Arture who are five feet five.
to win the all-American honors. In There are only two players over
making this remarkable record the six feet on the squad and neither is
Panthers rolled up a total of 992 a regular.
points. They defeated four West- __
ern Conference teams in five days,f 1

(Continued From Page Six)
Rose feeding the ball from his floor
guard position.
During the second half Captain
McCoy and Barley each broke
through the freshman defense on
fast dribbles to cage shots from
near the backboard, while Danny
Rose also dropped in a short tip in
shot. Except for an epidemic of
bad passes in the second half, the
Varsity tosses were more accurate
than they have been in previous
scrimmages, the "A" team retain-
ing possession of the ball for long
periods.
Kanitz, who was being groomed
for a regular forward post before
his injury, did not report at prac-
Vogue
Artful simplicity in a charm-
ing pump of lustrous Patent
Dress'
Easy to put on, and clin
attractiv
Kayser Slipper Ufosier
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115 S. Main

j j -matches, meetings are being ar-
tice, while Lovell, who was tried (Continued From Page Six) ranged with Michigan State, Chi-
out at the back guard position dur- supervise only twice a week. He also cago, Northwestern, U. of D., Ohio
ing the first part of the week, was stated that a manager had been Wesleyan, and the Detroit club.
reported suffering from an attack elected for the fencing team. Equipment for the Varsity fene-
of influenza. . As yet the 1929 schedule for the ing team is now being ordered by
The Wolverines will meet Penn- Varsity team has not been decided the University, and such as is nec-
sylvania, Eastern Intercollegiate upon in any way except that essary will probably be on hand by
champions, Saturday night in Yost matches with Illinois, Wisconsin, January 1.
field house in the second game .f I4.----- -- -- -- -
the season.
The invaders will bring a team
reputed as strong as last year's ag-
gregation, which defeated the Var- I
sity, 39-36, against the Wolverins,
including Joey Schaaf, All-East-!
ern guard and individual high
scorer in 1927-28, Lazar, another
veteran guard, and Brodebeck and
Lobley, two veteran forwards.
tWe AGit orHi
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We have anything that a man could wish for
in the line of smoking sets, rings, studs,
watch chains, and many other exquisite E
,gifts.
Pum ps Dispell your worries by coming in and
gg o o lpicking the proper gift for him from the
gingly comfortable-th esej -wonderful array of jewelry at
e models oa~oo(4
$y 1.50 and $1.95 Pr. Acd Je er
W Arcade Jewelry Shop -
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Ann Arbor =16 Nickels Arcade
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NOTICE-Experienced driver de-
sires company on trip to New
York in sedan. Call 21701 afte,
6 p. im. 70,q71,73
PECANS-Oklahoma native pecans
-select grade, 25c per lb. plus
Parcel Post charges, C. 0. D.
Write W. 0. Winn, Box 1155,
Okmulgee, Okla. 69,70
MACK TUTORING AGENCY
310 So. State. Phone 7927
T. T.F.c
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
NOTICE--We ,are closing out our
full line of Dresses and Wardrobe
Trunks at cost. Koch & Henne.
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.
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TYPEWRITER S E R V I C E-New
Corona, Royal, 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. 0. D. Morrill
17 Nickels Arcaae. c
NQTICF--W. W. Clark Shoe Fac-
tory, corner of South University
and Forest. Let us save you 20
percent on your repair work.
Onlone shoe factory in town.
RIDING BOOTS from $10 up; golf
shoes from $8 up; moccasins in
tn different- leathler styles, $6
linds of shoes made to your
measure.-H. W. Clark. c

NOTICE

including M 1 C i 1g a n, Chicago,1
Northwestern and Iowa. Although
they only played one member of1
the Eastern Conference, Dart-j
mouth, the Pitt cagers bowed the
Big Green team under, 64-33. In-E
cidentally the Dartmouth five fin-;
ished in a tie for second honors in
the circuit.
Three regulars are included in
the Pitt lineup, Hyatt, forward,
Captain Wunderlich, center, and
Zehfuss, forward. Wroblewski, di-
minutive running guard and cap-
tain of the 1927-28 team who
scored' a total of 247 points is
missing as is Reed, the other guard
who totalled 218 points a year ago.
Hyatt is again the mainspring of
the Panther offense. A deceptive
dribbler and a deadly shot, he was
one of the scoring aces of the East
last year, finishing the season with I
292 points to his credit for an aver-
age of 15 points per game. Zehfuss

London Man
Gives Cool Tip
Smokers Here
London, England
30th December, 1927
Larus & Bro. Co.,
Richmond, Va.,
13. S. A.
(lentlemen:
AS my Christmas present I pur-
chased for myself a pound of your to-
bacco (Edpcwoth) in 2 lb. flat tins.
TPhis morning on the tram I meta rman
with whom 1 am only slightly acquaint-
ed, and filling Iny 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 ini entire agreement with his
sta.1emenit.
Yours faithfully,
J. J. Mason
E gewo rtli
Extr-a High Grade
Smoking obaeeo.

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OHRISTMAS GIFTS
Burr, Patterson
& Auld Co.
Church at South U

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BUYING HIS GIFT
IT IS SO E ASY HERE!
Afer all, buying his Christmas Gift simmers
down to answering the questions: What? Where?
You know, there is an old saying: "A man
wants what a man wears," that has particular sig--
nificance around Christmas time.
Quite true! And where does he buy his wear--
ables? In this store, of course-a man's store-
fifty-two weeks out of the year. He buys them here
because we know his tastes, his sires, as we know
how to sell good merchandise-
And now the problem is solved!
GIFT LIST
Beltse
Collar Pins
Cuff Links
Fancy Silk Suspenders
Imported Wool [lose
Linen Handkerchiefs
Silk Handkerchiefs
Knitted and Silk Neckwear
Golf Knickers
Fur Lined Gloves
Pullover Sweaters
Imported Golf Hose
Imported Silk Mufflers
Pigskin, Mocha, or Buckskin Gloves
Soft Collar Cases
Pajamas
Dress and Tuxedo Vests
Tuxedo Suits
Overcoats
Silk Robes .
Flannel Robes
Evening Dress Jewelry
Bill Folds
Modernistic Designed Lighters
Knives and Watch Chains
Cigarette Cases and Lighters
in Sets to aMtch
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LOST-Sigma Alpha Mu pin. Ini-
tials M. S. K. Return to 1108
Hill or phone 3540. 70,71
LOST-Elgin wrist watch at inter-
fraternity wrestling meet Mon-
day night. Phone Koffman, 6581.
341 E. Liberty. 69,70,71
LOST-Blue Parker pencil on cam-
pus. Name A. Juillerat on it.
Finder return to 508 E. William
or dial 8837. 68,69,70
LOST-A PAIR OF PIG SKIN
GLOVES, ABOUT SIZE 81/2.
FINDER PLEASE CALL 22117--
PLEASE.
SSubscribe to The Michigan Daily,
$4.00 a yeaI.
LOST-A small-size left hand
buckskin glove somewhere be-
tween Waterman Gym and cor.
South University, on Thursday
afternoon. Phone 6617.
WANTED
WANTED-Room to rent by faculty
member of School of Music, oc-
cupancy by Jan. 7 Must have
privilege of bringing small up-
right piano. Location near cam-
pus;preferred. Call Mrs. Bacher,
3495; hours 10-12. 69,71,72
W A N T E D - Microscope in good
condition. Call 3683 after 9:30
p. m. 69,70
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Baby carriage. ,Call at
912 Forest. 69,70,71
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Room for instructor,
student or business man. Only
one other roomer in the house.
1603 S. University. Phone 8040.
69,70,71
FOR RENT-Attractive room for
two graduate girls, teachers,
nurses, or business women.
Steam heat, showers, also gar-
age.; Dial 8544. 422 E. Wash.
70,71,72

LOST

"Nunc est bibendum, nunc pede

libero Pulsanda

tollus. -HORACE.

GENTLEMEN: This is Latin. Latin is an Ancient Lan-
guage. It is no longer studied in colleges. You are not
expected to know what this quotation means.
Literal Translation-Strike up the hand! Now is the
time to drink. Now is the time to shake a mean pair
of dogs.
Free Translation-When, in the course of human
events, it becomes necessary for two or more undergrad-
iiates to gather together in friendly comminitort, there is
only one drink, Gentlemen, for the occasion--"Canada
Dry," The Champagne of Cinger iles.
Reasons-"Canada Dry" has a delightful flavor be-
cause it is made from pure Jamaica 'inger. "Canada
Dry" has no false bite, no unpleasant aftc -t asie and is
realy good for you because it contains no c apsicumi (red
pepper). And, Gentlemen, it mnies W* 1t h 1her
Peverages. Class dismissed !
"CANADA DRY
Reg. U. S. Pat. Ot.
"7 7he('harpagne of (jin ger e.A'Ics'

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