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December 15, 1929 - Image 7

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Indiana Mat Squad Has The University of Nebraska h vs SERVICE AT YOUR SERVICE
declined to play Minnesota in foot-, W. H1. Clark, life time experience in
14 Veteran Candidates ball on the ground that they will making shoes, riding boots, spats.'
(Spcl Ia not agree to a return me i 9. Six experienced workers to waitE
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Four on you. Largest place in the city.
veteran natmen -returned to In- L A S S I F i f Factory 534 Forest Ave. Branch
1113 S. University. Yes, we do
diana's wrestling squad with the TIG repairs.c
close of the football season. Unger


FORRENT- - ~r room furnished
apartment, newly decorated, in
my stone house. Fridigarie.
South State. Phone 403. 561

911 FOREST AVE., near Hill St.-
Large front furnished room with
private bath. Automatic heat.
Automatic hot water. Shown by
appointment. Dial 4235. 456
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I8:30-Trigon vs. Beta Theta Pi
Local Chinese Fv ht i
Five" (Fraternity championship)P.
Lose to Detroiters 7:30--Sigma Delta Kappa vs
Theta Chi.
The'Chinese Student Club of De- 7:30--Phi Chi vs. Phi Beta Delta.'
troit defeated the University of.; 7:30-Crain-Broading vs. Fried-
Michigan Chinese Student Club 29 man-Axinn.
to 22 in a fast basketball gameI 7:30-Cohen-Goodman vs. Lait-1
played at the Intramrual Building Seager.
Friday night. Both teams played! 7:30--Fechheimer - Soomon vs.,
a .nice brand of basketball and the Cohen-Schreefter.
game was very fast throughout. 7:30-Wheeler - Berkowitz vs.
The local team is entered in the Roehm-Wilson.
Intramural all year sports cham- 7:30-Singer - Hagenauer vs, Gil-
pionship and should make a strong bert-Berkenfiel .
bid for the trophy. 7:30-Gorelic -Part vs Fleischer-
Track Pros pects Look 7:30-Eiinhorn-Weiner vs. Moore-
Poor to Badger Coach SQUASH.
70--Reindell vs. Johnson, semi
(Special to TheDaily) i final match,
MADISON, Wis., Dec. 14.-Tomr
Jones, competent coach of track Freshman Basketeers
athletics and cross country run-
ning at the University of Wiscon- Show Unusual Talent
sin, is not exactly pessimistic-nor1
yet exuberantly hopeful-regard- (Continued From Page 6)
ing Wisconsin's outlook in track year's varsity, Cummings, and
athletics for 1930. Hodge.
This year is no different from Am
other years in respect to .material At the scoring end of the con-
-and "just fair" would about de- bination the freshman coach has
scribe the squad Jones will:handle. not been quite so fortunate accord-
There will be few stars sufficiently ing to present indications although
brilliant to cut a wide swath in future developments may bring out
the final conference meets but the
Badgers may be expected to do some real talent from among the
fairly well in dual competition, present candictates. At the mo-
which, after all, is the real test of ment Eveland, and Baldwin seem
coaching. to have a slight edge over the other
Sammy Behr, who will be good members of the squad.
for around 48 feet with the 18- Except for occasional scrim-
pound shot, looks like the only man mages with the varsity and the
likely to pick up firsts against all junior varsity the freshman squad
comers. will confine its activities entirelyI
In the dashes, Jones will have to drilling on fundamentals ac-
Captain Benson and Henke, both cording to Coach Fisher. Aside
useful point winners, who may sur- from accuracy at hitting the bas-
pass expectations. Bill Exum, the ket from various angles and from
colored flash from Gary, Ind., will various positions on the floor, the
help, if he succeeds in becoming ability to handle the ball with
eligible for second semester con- speed and precision will require the
petition. I major portion-of the coache's atten-
Homer (Bud) Davidson should tion during the entire season. The
have a good year in the 440 and co-operation of the members of the
Henke or Benson may also be team with each other, always a
switched to this trying event. major factor in relative success
The best looking half milers are which any basketball quintet en-
Thompson, Kirk and Dunn, of joys will also receive its share of
whom only the first has had any attention during the practice drills.
varsitiy experience. Bobby Ocock'--o tscu r q a i lo
&f the cross country squad is also Thorn Seeks 'B' Games
counted on in the half, if his skat-
ing, in which he is state amateur The Indiana wrestling team will
champion, does not affect his run- be inactive until January 11 when
ning unfavorably. Nebraska comes here for a match.

and Hojnacki, ivho played in the
Indiana line during the grid sea-
son, are out for the heavoweight di-
vision. Foss, Who scored the two
touchdowns against Northwestern
to give Indiana its only Big Teni
victory, is out for his old position
in the 155 pound class. Waraksa, the
fourth of the grid quartet, is ex
pected to wrestle in the 165 pound
Other varsity men who have.
been working out in preparation,
for the opening of the season in-;
clude: Captain Scott, 165 pounds;
G. Belshaw, 155 pounds; Bell,
Reed and Obringer, 145 pounds;
Jessup and E. Belshaw, 135 pounds;
and Connelly, Conner and Gray,
125 pounds.

NOTICE A WONDERFUL way of putting
your self through college. (In-
STUDEBAKER driving to New York coles gu11ranteed). Address Box
City for Christmas holidays. Can 113. 234561X3
take four passengers. Phone 3652. T y p
TYPING efficiently prepared. IUni-



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THROUGH tickets and reserva-
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Competent service men on all
makes of radios.

versity Typing Service, 718 Mon-
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F O R R E N T-Rooms, including _
completely furnished housekeep- LOST-Instructor's class record.
ing apartment for two girls. Call 5671 or return to 3004 Angell
Dial 8544 or 9714. 422 East Wash- Hall. 61
ington. 123456 -__ ___
LOST-A watch. chain and knife


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Dial 21408 521 East Liberty (available to rent to Fraternities swimming medal. Friday at the
246cI and Sororities on reasonable Union. Phone T. Y. Watson 3224.
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THE GYPSY INN, 712 Hill St.- Arbor. Call or write Mr. Peters,
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for meals: special parties by ap- meal. Forest Inn, 538 Forest. ing Bank Building, Detroit ost between Harris hall and
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Theft of tombstones from the old
cemetery of Virgina City, Nev., by
souvenir hunters has led to the
posting of rewards to stop the van-




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Wearables from a Man's Shop are always
sure to please.

Monday's Activities
Volley Ball.

Coach Thom announced
ning to schedule three
matches because of the
material available. Firs
freshman candidates wi

he is plan-
"B" team
wealth of
t call for I
ll be made

7:00-Redniss Team vs. Chinese the first part of next week.
Students "A."__
7:00-A. R. Judd vs. Chinese Stu- Lambert Develops Six
dents "B."
7:30-Sigma Alpha Mu vs. Delta High Scorers Since '21
Alpha Epsilon (consolation final).
8:00-Hein's team vs. Steinberg's (Continued From Page 6)
teaI. ence quintets. In the past three
8:00-DiVito's team vs. Toth's years, Wilbur Cummins, center and
team. I forward; Charles Murphy, center,
8:00-McCarroll's team vs. Car- and Harry Kemmer, back guard,
penter's team. !have all won places on honor teams.
8:00--Junior Dents. (Collins) vs. Other Purdue basket immortals in-
Frosh Lits. (Schultz).. lude White and Winston Robbins,
8:00-Senior Dents. (Moss) vs. floor guards; Ray Miller, back
Frosh. EngrĀ§. (Haefele). guard; and Gullion and Spradling.
jJtCff tnin IRoom
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Are timely and appropriate gifts.
Our selection is mostly of foreign markets very
reasonably priced.
$2.50 to $5.00

Our stocks" of men' s apparel are
selected with especial care for year
round wear, not just for Holiday
Gifts selected from an assort-
ment of this character are therefore
most appreciated.
Men Do Not Like Just Christ-
mas Ties and Mufflers.
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Suspenders and Belts
Made by Hickok.
The name should be sufficient guarantee of
styling and quality. Very reasonable in price.
Suspenders, $1.00 to $2.00
BELTS attractively boxed with buckle at-
tached or detached.
$1.00 to $7.00

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Imported plain linens of the finest quality.
Also the self and fancy borders and patterns.
35c to $2.00 each


Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
$8.00 per week
Lunch and Dinner, $6.50 per week

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In the Winter SKATING is the sport.
Now is the time to get your
We have in stock now the best
quality in skates at unusually low
Also expert skate sharpening


Another useful suggestion
Hcre in plain and clocked cffects,
Silks and Wools.
S0c to $2.00 the pair.


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Ask the man who wears one. He will tell
you that Resilio neckwear is second to none.
Beautiful colorings and patterns are here for
your approval.
$1.50 to $5.00


We might mention many other items, such
as shirts, pajamas, dressing robes and slippers.
Every gift purchased is attractively boxed

Of Pigskin, Deerskin, Calfskin and Mochas.
He always needs a pair of gloves.

frec of charge.

$3.00 to $5.00 The tic that never wrinkles.




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