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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1O29

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TItVMICFHAGA

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FIRST YEAR GRAPPLERS who have possibilities of capturing
FIRS EAR GRAPP - - - the heavyweight crown.
PREIPARINGFOR TOURNEY Duncan and Kent are the main
cogs in the 125-pound class on the
(Continued From Page Six) yearling squad who will be given
sions which will be but slightly re- athe chs ton their Wu-
laxed during the two weeks of ex- nmrals in this tournament.
aminations. Besides the four fresh-
*men who reached the finals of the Boilermakers Beaten
all-campus meet some weeks agoj In Conference Game
there will be several strong conten-
der, ,for freshman titles in the (Continued From Page Six)
coming. tournament. ntilnukers goin into a

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accommodates four. $2 perman.
Also ligti housckc:ping. 522 S.
4th Ave. Dial 6430. 89,90,91

LOST-Valuable papers in manila
folder nigrked "Carr: Sociology."

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PIANO TUNING-The Concert Art-' WANTED-Law roommate for next
ist Piano Tuner, phone 6776, Vic- cmestcr. Phone 6950.
tor Allmendinger. Not with any 88,89,9(,91.92,93
MUSiC house. Exclusive piano WANTED-Porter wants position in
tuner for the University School !fra-teriyhue odrfr
of Music. Office at residence,! ences. Call Hayle, 2-1417.
1608 Morton Ave. 86,87,88,89,90,91
Wed., Thu., Fri., t ----
FOR SALE
NOTICE-TUTORING. Specializing --
in English 31 and 32. Call 22340 FOR SALE-Two good overcoats,
between 4 p. m. and 6 p. m. size 40; one good as new. 310

Dalrymple, Burleson, Blowney,
and Sorensen in the 115, 155, 175,,
and the heavyweight divisions re- I
spectively survived a strong field of
campus wrestlers to meet defeat in
the final rounds of the all-campus
tournament. Since that time, how-'
ever, several other yearling mat-
men have shown enough improve-c
ment to gain serious considerationc
in forcasting the chances of the
freshmen wrestling squad in the]
all-freshman meet next month.
In the 115-pound class Seabury
and Aldinger in addition to Dal-
rymple are quite likely to give othera
men in their weight and, for that
matter, each other plenty of action.
Seabury, who has already captured1
the interfraternity crown for hisj
weight, did not .take part in the'
all-campus affair. Brockmeyer,'
who is the outstanding performer
on the freshman squad with the
exception of Burleson in the 155-i
pound group, will be given another'
chance to show his wares in the
]next tourney.
Blowney of the 175 pounders will
have as his chief danger from the
freshman squad, Foster, who has
shown improvement since the last
meet and who should give a good
Saccount of himself. Besides Soren-
sen there will be two other heavy-
weights from the squad, Castle and
Stodard, entered in the tournament

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deadlock with Wisconsin for the
runnerup position. The Veenker
coached Wolverines are the undis-
puted holders of the top position
with four straight wins in as many
starts.

FOR RENT-Double frontt room,
private fanmily, stecam heat, well
li!Jl~ted, reasonable rates. 1106
Forest. c
FOR RENT-Single room with use
Iof sleeping. porch for second se-
iester. 1102 Prospect. 90,91,92
FOR RENT-Approved rooms for
men students. Warm and com-
fortable. Board if desired. 821
Packard, at Greenwood. Phone
3153. 8,89,90
FOR RENT-Rooms for men, heat
and hot water all the time. One
Suite. One lary e dubhlem n ip -l

Probably left in campus build )g.1
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FOUND Hy
FOUND-A gold wrist watch, Fri-
day. Owner may have same by G
identifying and paying for this
ad. Phone 21136. 90,91,92
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Murphy Is Curbed 89,90,94j
The work of Hank Kowalczyk in
curbing the high scoring Lafayette TYPEWRITER SERVICE-New Cor-
center, Stretch Murphy, proved the ona, Royal, Underwood, Reming-I
winning factor in the Cardinal ton portables, also used large andI
play, Murphy, who is way out in portable typewriters of all makes
front of the Conference scorers,y bought, sold, rented, exchanged,j
was previously considered a sure cleaned, repaired. Large stock,
ten point man before the sterling best service, considerate prices.
performance of Kowalczyk. The Phone 6615. 0. D. Morrill, 171
elongated Boilermaker pivot was Nickels Arcade.
held to a single goal from the floor
and was limited to two successful FLETCHER BALL - Men's only
attempts from the misdemeanor dormitory. Reserve your roomsI
now for the second semester.
While the husky Badger defense Shower baths, hot and cold water
man was successful in holding the in each room. Maid service.
Purdue scoring ace well in hand, Single $4.50, double $3.25 per
Tenhopen and Foster, the Cardinal week. 915 Sybil St. Phone 4770.
sharp-shooters, had little difficulty! 79-941
in piercing the Boilermaker de- NOTICE-H. W. Clark Shoe Factory,
fense. Tenhopen scored four times cOrnE W. Clark Shoeraty,
from the floor and once from the corner of South University and
foul line while his teammate gain- oest.n your repai e you 20 e
ed high point honors.c
While Hoosier claim to basket- one shoe factory in town.
ball supremacy was experiencing NOTICE - We are closing out our
embarrassing moments in the lair full line of Dresses ana WardrobeI
of the Boilermakers, Indiana show- Trunks at cost. Koch & Henne.
ed. a marked reversal of form in c
riding roughshod over the bewild -I
ered Minnesota .hoopsters. NOTICE-Dial 3916, Moe Laundry,'

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FOR RENT-Combination of three 89,90,91,92,93,94
rooms for four men. Shower bath y
and modern conveniences. SouthFORRENT-Two nice single rooms.
90,91,92 1001 Forest. 88,89,90
FOR RENT-Single and double FOR RENT-A desirable suite, also
rooms close to the campus; rea- single:and double rooms, in good?
sonable rates; 611 Church St. location. 429 S. Division. 88,89,90
Call 9138. 90,91,92w
FOR RENT-One single room in
FOR RENT-Two front rooms, well private home. Upperclassmen or
lighted and comfortable, each graduate student preferred.
suitable for two. Also serve board. 87,88,89,9091,92
If interested please dial 9386.
90,91,92 FOR RENT-Suite on second floor.
- -------Phone 5627. Call after 5 p. m. 710
I FOR RENT-Suite on second floor Tappan. 90,91,92
at 710 Tappan. Phonc 5627 after
5 p. m. 90,91,92 LOST
FOR RENT-Pleasant front room, LOST-A white gold octagon csrytal
first floor, single or double. Also lid for wrist watch, Call Meier,
two single rooms, second floor. 4710. 90
Dial 7019. 923 Greenwood. 90,91,92 L 0 5 T-A garnet bracelet with
gu STArdgcant rdacelgt, Jith
FOR RENT-Single room in private guard chain, Friday night, Janu-
home. Upped class or graduate ary 18, either at Granger's or on I
student preferred. Phone 6623. State between Granger's and
89,90,91,92,93 Hill. Finder please return. Re-
- _ward. Call 8214. 89,90,91
FO R R E NT-Desirable suite in 'OTApaCiOeapna
small house one block from cam- LOST-Alpha Chi Omega pin at
pus. Phone 7543. 814 Monroe. Granger's, Friday night. Reward.
89,90,91; Finder please notify Box No. 13.
89,90,91_______________88,89,90
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and single. Reasonable. 529 Wal- rier. Has W. L. Day on collar. Re-
nut. 89,90,91,92,93,94 I ward. Call 4418. 88,89,90

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