SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1929
A. C, Ev;,,v~
ENTHUSN- IN ALLCrAM PUS PUCK LEA ISi B NqOFH IRTE
MANIFSTEDBY ETRY F THRTEE
Two Divisions Of hockey League
To Be Formed With Winners
Meeting In Playoff
ENTRIES CLOSE TODAY
Students interested in playing
on one of the teams in the intra-
mural all-campus schedule have
until noon today to enter their
names either at the Intramural of-
fice, telephone 22101, or with
George Withrow who may be
reached by calling 6395. No names
of individuals or of teams will be
accepted after this time inasmuch
as the complete schedule of the
hockey league will be mare out this
afternoon in preparation for actual
play at the Coliseum rink Monday
Daily Drills Iel
to the present plans of
mural officials, the gam
schedule will be playedc
artificial rink at the Co
tween 10 and 11 o'clock
The teams which have
play in the leagues in'
fraternity and non-frat
ganizations and are a
Delta Kappa Epsilon, 1
Chi, Sigma Alpha Mu
Gulleyns, Delta Sigma D
Phi, Northern Lights,
Les Canadiens, Ann Arbo
Marks, Theta Chi, Theta
and Chi Psi.
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- key teams will face off in the I
( ilcesai T. Ine D al);been a feature of the Indiana at- second game of their series at NOTICE
BLOOMINGTON, Jan. 18.-Coach tack so far tis season. The 7:30 o'clock tonight on the E___________ _ __ _I-..._-
Everett Dean planned a long work- spcedy Crimson forward, who last Coliseum rink. The first game TYPEWRITER SERVICE-New Cor-
the intra- out for his Indiana net men here season took the forward berth left was played last night. This ona, Roya], Underwood, Rening-
nes on the this afternoon as they prepared vacant by Art Backner at mid-year, marks the second Big Ten game ton portables, also used large and
on the new for the invasion of Purdue, Big and from then to the end of thej of the season for both teams. portable typewriters of all mnake
liseum be- Ten Conference co-champions, season scored enough to place him o 0
each eve- Saturday night. A defense to seventh in the Conference scoring MADISON, Wis.-It is reported bought, sold, rented, exchanged
check the powerful offensive trio list, is showing great form. His de- that the Wisconsin baseball, team cleaned, repaired. Large stock.
signed to of Captain Cummins, Murphy, and fensive work is also commendable, will be given a trip next summer best service, considerate prices.
elude both Harmeson is the object of Coach while his feeder-passing is excelled through Australia where the dia- Phone 6615. O. D. Morrill, 15
,ernity or- Dean, in addition to strengthen- only by McCracken. mond sport is becoming as popular Nickels Arcade.
as follows: ing his offensive machine. Captain Wells has failed to hit as cricket. Little has given his
Beta Delta Murphy and Harmeson at present the stride which made him an all- approval of the plan. FLETCHER HALL - Men's only
Oakland head the Big Ten scoring list with Western man last season. McCrack- dormitory. Reserve your rooms
elta, Xi Psi 62 and 40 points respectively. In- en, the center and backbone of the IOWA-The Midland, literary now for the second semester.
Engineers, diana's lone representative in the Indiana offense and defense, is magazines published here, has Shower baths, hot and cold water
r Question list is James Strickland, Owensville, playing stellar basketball, as is ;again been given a high rating in in each room. Maid service.
Kappa Nu, forward, who registered 33 points Correll, who finishes his career at !the Boston Evening Transcript's Single $4.50, double $3.25 per
inuthree Indiana games to land.inIndiana Monday night, Jan. 21,|survey of the year's best short week. 915 Sybil St. Phone 4770.
fourth place. against Minnesota. Istories. 79-94
gan Daily, The playing of Strickland has
orth it. -.
NO'TICE-I. W. Clark Shoe Factory,
corner of South University and
Forest. et us save you 20 per-
cent on your repair work. Only
one shoc factory in town.
TYPING-'Theses a specialty. Fair
rates. M. V. Ilartsuft. Dial 9387,
NOTICE-Dial 3916, Moe Laundry,
204 N. Main St., for laundry ser-
vice with real personal attention
like received att home. a
NOTICE-We are closing our our
full line of Dresses and Wardrobe
Trunks at cost. Koch &, lenne.
RIDING BOOTS from $10 up; golf
shoes from $8 up; moccasins iii
ten different leather styles, $6.
All kinds of shoes made to your,
measure.-H. W. Clark.
THE PLANADA-Ready for occu-
pancy by Feb. 1. New and modern
1, 2, and 3-room furnished apart-
ments. Call manager, 8979, or
apply at Apartment 10, 1127 E.
Considerable enthusiasm has al-
ready been shown in this sport
with 13 teams signed up at present
and holding daily practice on the
new rink. The will with which
the sextets are tackling their prac-
tice sessions give promise of some
keen competition in this all-campus
event and points favorably to the
ever increasing popularity of
The Intramural department
wishes it to be thoroughly under -
stood that this league is strictly all-
campus and that no points will
be awarded to fraternities to be7
counted. towards the all year trophy.
The individuals on the winning
squad will be given gold medals by
the intramural officials but no
team cup will be awarded.
Before noon today it is expected L
that there will be between 15 and
20 teams to be -included on the
schedule and the intramural de-
partment is now planning to form
two leagues of an equal number of
squads. The sextets winning the
championship in each of these!
leagues .will play a three game
play-off at the end of the season
to determine the campus cha .
Equipment will be furnished the
teams by the athletic department
of the University for their ganes!
and' practice sessions. According'
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low as $30 and
up to $60.
309 S. Main
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Unusual opportunities for saving on a
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They're all from our regular stock--marked
to win many a new customer.
p to $4.00 values, they range from
$1.19 to $229
WANTED Porter wants positiofi in
fraternity house. Good refer-
ences. Call Hlayle, 2-1417.
WANTED-Nice, single room for
second semester for Chinese
graduate student. Phone "Hu,"
8747, after 7. 85,8687
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Wahr's Shoe Store
108 S. Main
As a quantity j-lucement, we will give 10 % ADDITIONAL
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Black Dogskin Coats, $70 Quality, Special
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Cor. State and Washington Sts.
Arthur W. Stalker, D.D., Minister
Samuel J. Harrison, Associate
Minister and Student Director
10:30 a. m.--Morning Worship.
"Jesus and the Rich Young
Man," Dr. ArthurRW. Stalker.
12 Noon-Three Bible Classes for
6 p. m.-Wesleyan Guild Devo-
6 p. m.-"Is There a Conflict
between Christianity and In-
tellectualism?" Elizabeth Lu-
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship.
"Temperance: A Fruit of the
Spirit," Rev. Samuel J. Harri-
Huron and Division Sts.
Merle H. Anderson, Minister
Dale I. Moore. Associate
Mrs. Nellie D. Cadwell, Secretary
10 a. mt--Student Class, Dale 11,
10:45-H-lear Dr. A. It. Kepler of
Shanghai, Executive Secretary
of the United Church of China,
A thrilling speaker who knows
the Far East.
5:30 p. m.-S o e i a 1 lhour for
6:30 p. m,-Y o u ni g Peoplc-'s
615 E, Untverslty Dial 3779
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
On East Huron, below State
R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Howard It. Chapman, University
10:30---"The Faith of Jesus." Mr.
Sayles will preach.
12:00-The Church Bible School.
12:00-Student Class meets at
5:30-Social Hour for Young
People at Guild House.
6:30-Mrs. Charles Ewald will
speak on "Present Day Latin
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave. between Packard
Theodore R. Szhmale
S e r i o n topic, "Christians'
Passion for Progress."
7:30-Senior and Intermediate
Young People's League.
Corner State and William Sts.
Allison Ray Heaps, Minister
10,45 a. in.-Morni -g Worship.
Sermon topic, "The N o r t
Gate,"-the gate of intellect.
9:30 a. m.-Church School.
A Booker T. Washington pro-
5:30 p. m.-Student Fellowship
G. R. Swain, illustrated lecture,
"~The University of Mic higanl
in Northern Africa." (Motion
picture in Church auditorium
Division and C atherine Sts.
Rev. Mr.T Henry -ews,Rector
Rtev. Mr. T. L. Harris, Assistant
9:30 - 11 o l y Conimunion and
11:00-Morning Prayer and Ser-
mon, Preacher, Henry Lewis.
6 :30-Student Supper.
FOR RENT a--806 ArclSt,---Large
living room, bay-window, ,tor
quiet woman student or lostruct-
ress. Phoe 485. 85,86,87
FOR RENT - FRoom for m ie stu-
dents. Unusually warm room in
quiet home. 1010 Forest. 85,86,87
FOR RENT-Reduced for second
semester, front room for two girls
or will r e ii t singly. Approved
house. Phone 21298. 86,87,88
FOR RENT----Two suites, one singlc,
in Wood League House, 1-2 block
from camplus, 7251 Haven St.
FOR-RENT-Clean, warm front
suite and single room. 537 Elm
St. Phone 5291. 87
FOR RENT-A large suite of rooms
for the second semester, situated
;near Law Club. Tel,. 21888; 517 E.
"Madiso" " 87,8889
FOR RENT- One single room in
private home. Upperclassmen or
graduate student preferred.
FOR RENT-Single or double room.
1109 Prospect. Dial 8870. 87,88,89
FOR RENT-Large, desirable suite
and single room. Dial 8194. 939
Greenwood Ave. 87,8189
1 FOR RENT-Double room, $3 each.
2 double rooms, third floor, $2.75
each. Single room, $3. Two blocks
from Union. Boys only. 555 S.
Division. Phone 8072.- 87
FOR RENT-Double room, beauti-
fully furnished, for men students,
3 minutes from campus. 707 Tap-
pan. Dial 21850. 87,88,89
FOR RENT- Large front suite for
two or three students, also large
double room, will rent single or
double. Vacancy in a large room
for one ran. Garages for rent.
FPrices reasonable. 425 S. Diviion
FOR RENT-Feb. 1, first floor front
two-room apartment, grate, Frig-
idaire. 513 E. Jefferson. Dial 3652.
FOR RENT-_-Furnished apartment
for two or' three girls or young
couple., Also single roomi for girl.
Steam e a, cross ventilation,
Bath inc udingj shower, Available
now. Dail 8544 or 9714. 422 E.
FOR SALE-Russian wolf fur coat.
Almost new. Very reasonable.
Need cash, Dial 4820. 85,86,87
FOR SALE-Microscope, good con-
dition, -reasonable price. Call 3206
between 6 and 8 p. m. C. E. Dii-
lard, 908 Greene. 85,86,87
FOR SALE-Arbophone radio. good
condition, quite new, and at very
reasonable price. Phone 6951 747
LOST-Silver Elgin wrist watch be-
tween Medical Bldg. aMd Dental
Bldg. Call 5316. 87
LOST-Valuable papers in m1nia.
folder marked "Carr: Sociology,"
Probably left in'campus building.
LOST-Brown leather case con-
taining glasses and Shaeffer
fountain pen. Finder please no-
tify Mary Stewart, 21665. 87.88
Dial 7021. 8788
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. at Fifth Ave.
E. C. Stellhorn, Pastor
9 a. m.-Sunday School.
FIRST CHURCH OF
409 S. Division St.
10:30 a. in.- Regular Mornig
,ervice. Sermon topic, "Life."
11:45 a. m.-Sunday School fol-
4f~w 9tyW $7988
Other Makes Now $5.90, $6.98 and $7-85
a Ia ff I ?
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
Third and West Huron Streets
C. A. Brauer, Pastor
Res. 1005 W. Washington St.