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January 25, 1929 - Image 7

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(Continued From Page Six)
yT by both teams since Michigan is "
anxious to wipe out the defeat sus-
(Continued From Page Six) tained last Saturday at the Lands (Continued From Page Six)
Varsity a 19-18 lead. Weiss offset!Of the Mountainers of West Vir- against the Crimson tankmen are
the narrow advantage with his ginia, where a fall in the initial Ilosmer, McDonald, McCaffree, 0.
heod lap dns tamet l i match of the dy ultimately causedjGoldsmith, Hughes and Dinkelspiel
a 14 to 12 loss. State has spent a in the free style; Grimshaw and-
and followed with two free throws. period of two weeks in intensive;.f.e.a
"Truck" cut the margin when he practice following the rout at the Nimz in the fancy diving; Alley,
caught the freshmen sleeping after hands of Chicago and is hoping to and R. Goldsmith in the breast
a mix up under the Varsity basket, make a better appearance on its stroke. All these men have shown
second attempt. their worth in practice.
and tooK a tong pass to drop a dog Indiana will have several veter.-
shot through the hoop. Daniels without a point. ans on the
brought the yearling total to 24 Truskowski tied the count with Tausaon the s d that Coach
with a dog shot following a fast another free throw, and Bill Orwig Bob Winston, free styler star, is
break and dribble. Chapman re- slipped through the yearling de recognied as the bestof. hest .
sumed his center position and fense on two fast feints and drib- Last year Winston defeated Sch-
guarded Daniels, McCoy going out, biles to add four points to the reg;-LatyrWito deaed5-
ular's scre. ap wartz, Northwestensaquaticace
and Kanitz taking over the pivot uhas w scorNorthwestern'sedauuatic
floor duties. derneath the basket, made bothhis t 40-yard free style in a dual
Orwig started his scoring ram- gratis tosses good and followed meet. Winston suffered an injury
page with a dog shot after a pass with two more points on a break in football last fall, however, and
from Truskowski, and Chapman and dribble from the free throw may not be in the best of condition
tied the score at 24-24 a moment line. . Orwig came through with Hodges in the 440-yard event,
later. Orwig counted a free throw, another dog shot .after some fast Lauter in the breast stroke, and
but Jones, yearling center, offset passing near the basket, and drop- Hammer in the back stroke are
the Varsity's temporary advantage ped in two free throws a moment other threats included on the
with a tip in shot on a follow up. later. Truskowski ended the scor- Hoosier squad. Indiana was not
Regulars Finish Strong ing with two more free throws. especially strong in Conferencex
With the count 26-25 against - tank circles last year, but the Hoos-
them, the Varsity proceeded to UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA. iers have shown considerable im-
find its passing game, and display- -A special course in flight and provement this season.
ed an offense that scored 15 points commission training as a part of The meet is scheduled for Feb. 2
in 'the lasst three miinutes while the Engineerin school. willi be of- Iin the new intramural buildinv'


NOTICES NOTICE-Dial 3916, Moe Laundry,
N O T I C E-Chef, experienced in 204 N. Main St., for laundry ser-
cafe, hotel and fraternity. Good vice with real personal attention
on pastry. R. Cumby, 1005 Cath- like received at home. C
erine St. Phone 21806. 92,93,94 TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9387.
NOTICE-French conversation and c
tutoring by graduate of French RIDING BOOTS from $10 up; golf
University. $1.50 per hour. Dial shoes from $8 up; moccasins i.
6544. Harpenberger. Hours 4-5. ten different leather styles, $6
91,92,93 All kinds of shoes made to your
PIANO TUNING-The Concert Art- e W 'r
ist Piano Tuner, phone 6776, Vic-
tor Allmendinger. Not with any WANTED
music house. Exclusive piano W A N T E D - Young man wants
tuner for the University School roommate, second semester.
of Music. Office at residence, South front room. One block from
1608 Morton Ave. campus. 1015 Monroe. Dial 6601.
Wed., Thu., Fri., c 92,93,94

MACK TUTORING AGENCY WANTED - Situation - by experi-
310 S. State. Phone 7927 enced white woman as cook in
T. T. F. c fraternity or sorority house. Ref-
erences. Box 14. 89,94
in English 31 and 32. Call 22340 WANTED-Law roommate for next
between 4 p. m. and 6 p. m. semester. Phone 6950.
89,90,94 88,89,90,91,92,93
ona, Royal, Underwood, Reming- FOR SALE
ton portables, also used large and
porabe tperiersofallmaesFOR SALE-$55 Truxedo, one sea-
bportable typewriters of all makes son old, but has been used very
aught, sold,rented, exchanged little and shows no wear at all,
cleaed, epared.Lare stck. can be had for $12. Its size is No.
best service, considerate prices. 37 or 38. It is tailored in latest
Phone 6615. O. D. Morrill, 1'i style, a straight hanging.coat
Nickels Arcade. with long, easy rolling lapel. The
-- -- - - ants are tailored with full 20-

FOR RENT-Approved single room!
for girl; light, comfortable, well-
heated; no other roomers. Part
rent for minor services. Granger
Ave. Phone 7734. 92
F 0 R R E N T-Two single rooms, I
$3.50 and $4.00. Dial 8053. 603 E.I
University. 92
FOR RENT---A front suite for two
students or two business.men.
Dial 4519. 327 Thompson. 92,93
FOR RENT-Close in, ground floor,
steam heated, four rooms, well
furnished apartment, with bath,
for balance of school year; gas,
water and light furnished. Dial
8451. 704 West Huron. 92.93,94
FOR RENT-One large single and
one suite near Law Club, for sec-
ond semester. 517 E. Madison.
Tel. 21888. 91,92,93,94
FOR RENT-A comfortable single
room. Call 8994. 91,92,93
FOR RENT-Nice single or double
room, private family. 312 E. Ann.
FOR RENT-Large desirable suite
and single room. Call 8194. 939
Greenwood. 91,92,93
FOR ROOM-Very warm room forI
menRstudents. Continuous hot
water. Very quiet. 1010 Forest.
FOR RENT-A large suite of rooms
for the second semester, situated
near Law Club. Tel. 21888; 517 E.
Madison. 91,92,93,94
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms. Two
warm, pleasant double rooms,
$2.75 each. Single rooms $3 each.
Two blocks from campus. 555 S.
Division. Dial 8072. 91,92
FOR RENT-Combination of three
rooms for four men. Shower bath
and modern conveniences. South-
eastern part of city. Call 21211.
FOR RENT-Suite on second floor
at 710 Tappan. Phone 5627 after
5 p. m. 90,91,921

FOR RENT-Two front rooms, well
lighted and comfortable, each
suitable for two. Also serve board.
If interested please dial 9386.
FOR RENT-Pleasant front room,
first floor, single or double. Also
two single rooms, second floor.
Dial 7019. 923 Greenwood. 90,91,92
FOR RENT-Single room in private
home. Upped class or graduate
student preferred. Phone 6623.
FOR RENT-Desirable front suite
and single. Reasonable. 529 Walt-
nut. 89,90,91,92.93,94
FOR RENT-Double front room,
private family, steam heat, well
lighted, reasonable rates. 1106
Forest. c
FOR RENT-Rooms for men, heat
and hot water all the time. One
suite, one large double, one single.
Call mornings or evenings, 6976.
FOR RENT-One single room in
private home. Upperclassmen or
graduate student preferred.
FOR RENT-Suite on second floor.
Phone 5627. Call after 5 p. m. 710
E. Ann. 91,92,93


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fered. !POOL

FLE'TCI1ER HALL - Men's only
dor mitory. Reserve your rooms
now for the second semester.1
ShIower baths, hot and cold water
in each room. Maid service.
tingpe $4.50, double $3.25 per
week. 915 Sybil St. Phone 4770.-4
\TOTICE-I. W. Clark Shoe Factory,
corner of South University and
Forest. Let us save you 20 per-
cent on your repair work. Only
one shoe factory in town.
NOTICE - We are closing out our
full line of Dresses, and Wardrobe
Trunks at cost. Koch & Henne.

inch leg. Phone' 5017 and ask for
"Tom" during the noon hour, or
call at 502 E. Madison and ar-
range to see it. 89,90,91,92,93,941
FOR RENT-Large front suite, 2nd
floor, warm and comfortable, also
parlor single or double; across
from Architectural Bldg. 916'
Monroe. Dial 2-1141. 92,93,94

FOUND-Pair nose glasses on N.
State. Owner may have by call-
ing at Michigan Daily office and
paying for this ad. 92,93,94
FOUND-A gold wrist watch, Fri-
day. Owner may have same by
identifying and paying for this
ad. Phone 21130. 90,91,92
LOST-Valuable papers in manila
folder marked "Carr: Sociology."
Probably left in campus building.
LOST-Pair brown bone glasses in
case. Call 21684.
LOST-Green alligator purse, con-
taining pen and pencil set. Lost
on State or Liberty Tuesday. Re-
ward. Dial 7160. 92,93,94
LOST-Phi Delta Theta pin near
or on campus. Please call 6617.

FOR RENT-Large front suite for
two or three students, also large
double room, will rent single or
double. Vacancy in a large rooh
for one man. Garages for rent.
Prices reasonable. 425 S. Division.

FOR RENT-Single and double
rooms close to the campus; rea-I
sonable rates; 611 Church St.
Call 9138. 90,91,92
kUR RENT-Single room with use
of sleeping porch for second se-
mester. 1102 Prospect. 90,91,92

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