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January 15, 1929 - Image 7

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rTUESDAY, JANU:ARY' 15, t-,2i


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I (Continued 1iloon Page Six) iContinucd From Pag'e Six) If_______-.__ _ ___---- ,____ _____i cnacli roim. Maid service.( ight
10 G lN P PU[ [ wrestling meets are held in this against Marquette in the ___ «i irt;c$.5"dul 3.5pr 74
section of the country. period, adopting a passing game I - MACI( TU)TQJ NC AGE NCY i - 1Pd~le$.5pr 3._
-- '__ Most of the honors in last yar ' and trying for short close-in shots 310 o, . sav. hoa''7 7, Wh 1 3Vil*Po 7 FOR F
Illinois, Northwestern, and Michi- meet were carried off by Detroitand abandoning individual fforts.' l 1,)( t. __ _____.. on
gan Sean To Be Slight Favo- high schools, nine of which were;Captain Fisher counted aifter 3:15 Nl , BEU:,1JAM.I~N _. .___ ____NO'Itls_...11, XW. Ci'k SThoe IFator '. M
rites This Season entered in the swimming and track on receiving a short pass from I.13NAI -
bets orheser hg sholofMne drcty nfrnto te215 E. \VashiugVon Phoic 431() TYPEWRITE! Z SL+EPVICi -New Crcn- eurirr of South University and FOR R
f meets.Northeatern hih schoolof Mane directy in frnt of thn ,I'.oy . S.,Underwood,1, Untervvoo, Rorest. Letr"usLesavesa youyu202pepr roono
1310 TEN TEAMIS STRONG Detroitwo the track meet with 18. Spartan net, Joseph added another tolpraleassdagni__eto yurrpi ok.Ol rm
_____ points and Northwestern high; marker after 12 minutes in a se- TEP -ND--- - -fr ccr portable typewriters of all mae; one shoe factory n town. !FOR P
Wsen Cneec wrslnIof the same city placed second. jend mixup in front of the State THLNAA andyfo cup oghsld eteechne
styFb.1lewadinen bugt olrned xhagd TYPING--Thess a specialty. Fair !with
Wetr ofrne we 'Other Detroit high schools to place goal following several passes, and caanecyepaby. Feb.stck 1.e,-!New and modern 9$".1 or
faasginngagrconiedpoitin n hetrckcvetsweezasswhchposition2 ad -rom1urisedapat- cland,3ep-rdoLage tokuatniM.s.hedtslTaDila3rt-vo
in intercollegiate mat circles givesinterakvnswreCswhci Maney twe iue later,takn meats. Call manager. 879, or! best service, considerate prices. c& Tel.'
g placed third, Western, and Ham- the puck behind his own net, apytaaren 1,127.Phe61.0.D Morll
evr vdneo xeiniga-t ramck. skated through the Spartan d- Ann. 8' $,8.4 rNcles Arcade. NOTICE---Oral 391., Mire Laundry FOR RP
other successful season with Big Highland Park high school of D- !fense and netted the pwk after a --- ..- -__-.__.-___.._. . -__ - _v04 .eMwi th.lfor 'l atth eto- Ol
Ten teams as yet unbeaten by non, troit ran away with the swimming' feint. Jones cuctdth ln Sat I' 204. N. Main .1 I~, P~r~rPd, . . /. laundry ser- letie ralpesoalatetin Lu
conference opponents in a strenu- meet, piling up 38 ponts to thirteenr marker 40 sconds later. ____ f I lf ~c cie t oe e._
ous early Schedule. 'for Virginia, Minn., and Evanston, Michigan Michigan State'f X I a I 1U \NT EWe re c losing our ourFO I
If-such a thing as favorites may lP., who tied for second. Fifty-nine Fisher........LW ......Clark'£ A1 (gl lie of Dlresses and Wardrobe, ris
pe pikdisepece tthsery~ track teams were entered in the Maney.....WW.. ...... Jones s'~ ~~ T~l~ II M N Iun~a ot oh&Ien
stage that Ilinois,edefendi ngcham- iinterscholastic. The s wi m m i n gJoseph ........C.....Kennedy ISTa I'urk a os.FOR I~eur __
pions, Northwestern, and Michigan; teams totaled twenty-seven. Bryant.... ....RD.....Harper' _.i__.___ e two
WetrnCnfrnc atuels, tory nlstya' me.TirenGrc...........ari-_ho' ion 8up otasn~ worn
will fare best inz the qus 1o Chicago, as usual had a large en- HIart.......... LD.., Christenson $498 RIDING BOOTCS from. $10 up' gof singl
With thie exception of the heavy-,high schools entered track teams;Schlanderer ...Sparc. ... Warner !te if(11ercit leatlher styles, <f b hes
weight division last year's chain-I and eight were represented by Copeland ... Spare..Hawkins IAl 1inds olls shod s adc to you.
pionship mat squad will enter con-I swimming teams. Other large cities Courtis ........ Spare. Shimiick i me auie- I W Clark I FOR FP
pretitinai ncuthieastondat the tto send teams were Milwaukee, Wis., Sae..Al17 1~-°- - -~~jclose
camhp of the Illini. In their only!Akron, Ohio, Cleveland, Toledo,! GoalsManey 3; Fisher 3; Sch-' 1-&II en sAli1-Woo001Shaker ____ _ Wal
peiiaY ecutrt aetCOhio, Dubuque, Iowa, Indianapolis, (Mane);Jones. IK itSe atr LS--ace otanngI 'OR
t ile hodrsnt oe.isuib Fr anm LmOiKn landerer; Joseph; Christenson dark blue vest, on or about Dec. 1 twoc
a19con.oshia, Wis., and Iowa City, Iowa. Re reRuhm.in Navy, Maroon, and Oxford. (toll col-\ 20. Reward if left at Wild & Co. doub.
Notw~enI togInvitations to high schools;___''________ .. ar-just what younee to ward of he Stte St. 82,$3,841 doub.
Northwestern, for a several yearsi throughout the country are to be SbcietThMcganDiy, i tybat.LS -ondpatnu-i-wih ron
a prmnntcnede o ie sent out in the near future inviting ; $2.50 a half year-It's worth it. K Judiamn ett ohendallI3rent.
wrestling honors, claims the strong-- them to send teams in all three 1_________________ ________Ju iamt o sett907.8Finder 4c Divis
est team it has ever boasted. Lup- ; sports to the coming games. All. _.__ __ __]
tofre ainlchampion atI The three sports will be in charge', in B 4l , ; 1LOST -Peron whno found Ga rgoyle F~
115 pounds, who has recently beenr of the respective coaches of theIIento sig Hygene Survey and! heit.
declared eligible, and Miller, A. A. sports at Northwestern. Tom Rob- G6a p 4 Rleturw cThe .me,i Recorde's
U18pound titleholder, form the inson, veteran swimming coach and I / % NffeC, laetan'. t $183
nucleus of a team which shouldj winner of many conference chami- A Doi'isNt'n18 FOR p
press the leaders closely for top pienships will manage the swim- TI+n 4mWANTED fr
hor.ming meet. Frank Hill, famousan
Mihgn inree hcg nPurple track coach will handle the bats,~ DM i wt cu
her initial meet of the conferencej job of running off the many track aunlr'icis'o C liforniaoikcoelS p~etSia ec.ICall bat
season last Saturday boasts a num-vetwhlOroSuelefr- August 8, 1928 lS kte KSrningsur, 214106. l)V
her of capable performers and m rer Olymic wrestler will take care I ars & iBro. Co., s e 250 $27 $.5 83848,..7,8 _.__
should maintain the high standard' of the wrestling duties. d~crod a 65 is lity gar lwood (mag-
set by Wolverine mat teamns of ,-._____-__ _ Dear Friends: Light weight-Indescructible, nolia). Qucarter-sawed white SU SC IB
other years. Captain Bob Warren,! The West Virinia University Iokehfoae been latvtry heavyvryeaad pipe 11Ntoal dvrie uft ash. Smooth rained hickory. FO
158 pounder, and Bob Hewitt~ rifle team will make its longest, have always used Pdgeworth To- atrnysvn rcs s Strong Leather Ski Bindepies.
Olympic team 125 pounder, are ex- trip when it goes to Washingon, baec'o (Plug Slice) and find there is no atmny1aigprcs.s-_89 TO TH E maic
petted to fare well in conference D. C., and Annapolis. other tobaeco like it for a cool ard wally retail at 800. Ski Wax-8 M5
competition. --_____ well flavored taste.! MICHJIGAN FO--
Conference Teams Win I am in the vaudeville busines, and l ,hifv~ Rdiin
Other conference teams to display;. have traveled all over the world with 1k iu iippuw rTTWAR Xi udu DA LY 585
ste gh n ery esn co pt-m ybrother, an dlwa y ae had yvery I ALu 1u u!uud Aiiw $5$5.w
stiogt n a e r eao nna.ompth- JU it -R a!gc aue n recommending your WOR H FR S
Bo r uaueotaedaa h (tbco nnmany a time I have had 22-214 S. Forth Ave., Ann Arbor 4 vFRrS
Bolraesngtae noe-Savenmoney on stationery. Ot to1py double thae re in dif~erent Phone 8094-Store flours, 8:30 to 53-Saturdays. 9:00 to ):00 I S O T
wheliing 38-0 win over MonmouthI 100 sheets and 50 envelopes with ta hnsoeayhn le s(O tisfrilu 1~ol onroUi
while Ohio State upset Ohio Uni- fih hn mk nthn le a '.
vestyadWetrnRsrv n ay the school insignia and your have tried all diferent brands f
fashiona. Indiana in winning three mogr me nta printed ; e rly buy a one-pon i n
on te shets nd eveloes. roll t np; and believe me, gentlemen,
meets leads in number of contests o th setsad nvlpes. rt is real tobacco. ;
won. Kansas Aggies,Ketcyad Your choice of either linen or Wihbswsesfo
Monmouth have met defeat in theI ripple finish paper, packed in aj Yours sincerely, ; ' ;j'
hands of the Hoosiers in their ef-. neat box, for $1.50. Sam La Mertf.: ,;
forts for early season recognition. IoSamples Senton#equest.>La M' o: th
With the number of strong mat Bohr'PaoNvly :Act. A
teams in. the conference increasing s i' 1 '?u
allel the situation in basketball' Aent 1) 1 \\oI)rONs ^t
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