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TUESDAY. DECEMBER .17, . ,192'9

THE MICkIGAN AILY

PACE SEVEN

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Junior Vafrsity Calters WSOSNSA
C~e4WISCONSIN S'TAR
ntram al Ne Lack Scoring Accuracy MAY BE BARRED
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dition for competition. With his
-?flashy play as a nucleus, Coach;
Goldsten Stars j ieligible. He was m thc finals of Courtright feels that he should be
l i6 pound wrestling championship able to whip s it a
Intramural S~ that season. This year he reachedm
V2JL the finals in the unlimited division. which will win Conference games.
Phi Beta Delta has been quite Detroit City ,college will furnish2
Irving Goldstein of Phi Beta Del- successful in athletics the last few the next competition for the Mich-
ta fraternity is taking part in his years. In 1928 it finished fifth, not igan "B" team, on Jaiuar but;
ifhfIt Imn ons away from the win- . .;ry"4,:u:
year of Intramural compe- I many pintts awyfro the win- due to a ruling which prohibits the
tition. Goldstein, who is unable toes l e this junior Varsity from returning from'
aclose second. vcains early forprcieth
swim a stroke, was goalie for his team which Will oppos ertenvad-
house's water-polo team. This is Clark Wins Campus ers on that date will be made up
quite unusual in view of the fact I of Varsity reserves Who are now
that Phi Beta Delta finished sec- Tennis Chaipionship the first squad under Coach
ond. CVeenker.
Especially encouraging in the:
In 1928 Goldstein competed i 16 Robert Clark of Chicago defeated Kalamazoo 'game was the work of
eVents out of 18 for which he ws W. G. Phelps of Saginaw in the Carl Torrell who counted 'nine of
finals of the All-Campus tennis his team's points. Trrelf went on
a scoring ,spree near the end of thej
tournament. The match was played gamre which coppe d the econ
Eastern Star s aiher on the indoor courts .of theR In ga m penspeed the decision
GatheBr and compensated for sonic of the
Sr East-West atf& ,trami.ra1 Building. The scores poorer work which the team had,
-were6done.With Weins tine and Torrell
By Associated Picss). Clarke, paired with Rollin Clark, both in the .line-ip as first rate
ChICAGO, Dlec. 16.-'T'wenty-teo won the doubles championship last threats, the Wolverine mentor will1
ICG P n D eas6:-'Tweinty wootlspring. This tournament was or- in all probability put a team on the
strs who will easen fhe balt iginally started on the outdoor floor, which will prove to be one of j
st h wrepresent the astcourts but had to be completed in- strongest junior varsity outfits in
against the West in the Shrine doors because of adverse weather. the Conference.
,benefit game New Year's day at ITom Justice, who played an end
San Francisco today began 'active --on the Wolverine "B" tem lst
orgaitization. Soseason played a good game against Bud Foster.
Tie squarc includes 11 eastern *i e KOurtKalamazoo, showing good form in Shifty Wisconsin cage star, who
pl.yers and a like number from the taking the ball off the back board may be ruled ineligible by Western
midwest, the former selected by Shnd starting It down the floor. Conference authorities.
Coach Andy Kerr of Colgate,andI -'''"
the. rest 'by Dick HIanley of North- -
western. The first workout was set .
for today at Dyche Stadium, North- (CntnedFomPgeP
western's home field, which will be came was responsible to a consid-
the training ground until the squad erable degree in finding the open-
starts west. ings thrduigh which the Varsity
Famous backfield men of the 1aesse ots h inn
season who will invade the west are goalrs sped to toss the winning "A VAN'AGE 0F THIS
'Frosty Peters, Illinois; Willis Glass-
wgow, Iowa; Lloyd Brazil, University Witi the news rriving of REMARKABLE OFFER.
of Detroit; Tommy Dowler, Colgate,
ands Tony Holm, Alabama fullback the 58-11 drubbing adminis- Our bil sale of two p-ant suits and o'coats will continue through
star. tered Albion, the Thursday this week. Many have already taken advantage of the low prices on
night opponent of the Veenker these fitfe clothes-be sure that you don't miss out.
1*051 1n spirarnts coached team, the Varsity ca-
tn'gers are not greatly perturbed SUIT OR SUIT OR
to Mket in Tbutrne over the outcome of the en- OcA 'OT

WISCOISIN PUCKSTERS ANTICIPATE LAS SiFIE TE
GOOD SEASON IN SPITE OF LOSSES ADVERTISING
~ to - 1NOTICE
(Special to Daily) Lakeville. Conn., will be playing.N I
MADISON, Wis., Dec. 17- The'jr!_ .-___..
their third year. Kruger, who was SPECIAL! FROM NOW UNTIL
saddest man on the University of at left wing last year my be shift- XMAS-Our guaranteed lasting
Wisconsin campus the days is a 'etowightlahi s.easn. .eift-.! Permanent, $5.50. Frederic's Per-
J yto right tthis season. Moile-thmanent, $7.50. Raggedy Anne
Johnny Farquhar, varsity hockey john will again compete for his old Beauty. Dial 7561. 123
coach.~~~~~~~ place at center-~~-~~.~~~- ^~~ ~
Farquhar arrived last Tuesday STUDEBAKER driving to New York
from his home in Winnipeg, to find Four other candidates have had City for Christmas holidays. Can
the Badgers' ouodoor rink in splen- tone years varsity experience. They bake four passengers. Phone 3652.
did condition and his squad in fair are Ed Swiderski of Duluth, anoth- -"---___
shape as the result of a week's vol- er center; Art Thomsen of Mu- THROUGH tickets and reserva-
unty practice with puck and waukee, who shines in the defense; I tonIslan dpoinlPha Newark,
The next morning the cold snap Art Frisch of Chicago, goalie; and " ' 61
wilted, the weather grew balmy, the Howard Segal of Eveleth, Minn., NOTICE
ice melted and skating was impos- right wing. Swidernki is a senior \E
Ilble. Johnny has fretted for three but.he was ineligible last season. WE BUY USED CLOTHING
days praying for a sold snap. Fri- The others are juniors. H. BENJAMIN
day afternoon he was jubilant The outstanding sophomore can- 215 E. Washington Phone 4310
when the mercury dropped almost didates are Bill Metcalfe, defense; 246c
to the freezing point and the wea- Mickey Bach, left wing; Fred To- $10,000 TO LEND on first mortgage
ther bureau predicted a tempera- G man of Virginia, Minn., and Dick at 6%'; without bonus or service
ture of 25 degrees for Saturday. Walsh of Chicago. charge Phone 4356. 135C
Wisconsin's outlook for the ice Practice will be resumed on the
sport is encouraging this season, ice as soon as freezing weather en- TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
despite the loss of a number of !sues. In the meantime, Coach Far- rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9387.
stars by graduation. The Badgers' quhar is having his men report j C
co-captains, Gil Kruger of :Neenah i daily for "skull" sssions in which -------
and Don Meiklejohn of Madison, he discusses problems of strategy' 150 TUTORS-ALL SUBJECTS
who prepared at the Taft school, and tactics. MACK TUTORING AGENCY
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counter with the Methodist
forces. Despite the excellent

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to be the best in that weight. showing made by his senior
Several more gridiron warriers players the Wolverine mentor
will take the mat in theiunlimited is. anxious to uncover a number
division with Auer, Draveling, of capable sophomore players
Sorenson and Wolfe from the grideg
squad paired with Stoddard as the and the sophomore contingent
favorites. I is likely to see most of the ac-
Coach Keen stated yesterday that tion.j
the results of the matches would inI
no way effect the make-up of the 'San Francisco, Dec. 17-Two year
wrestling squad, but that they will ,home and home football gainesI
give a chance to the untried men have been arranged between Stan-
to show how they perform under frd university and the University,
ire. The winners in all events will of Minnesota, Al Marsters, gradu-
be awarded medals iate manager of Stanford, said to-
beaward. day. First game at Minneapolis
. ~next October 11._j

TIMELY iFT SUGGESTIONS
Socks Gloves Hats
Belts
Ties Suspenders Dressing Gowns
Scarfs Handkerchiefs Smoking Jackets

213 E. LIBERTY $T.

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tenxup and at 'em.'
MOKING a pipe is like flying
an airplane-you really ought
to know how, if you're hoping to
cnjoy it much.
Pipe technique canbe piciked up
through experience, or it can be
learned outright. Master it now,
to relish your pipes.
Rule One for Pipe-smoking is
"Find your tobacco."
,Rule One stops some beginners.
They look here. They search
there. They hunt . . . we must
discard false modesty! Rule One
means Edgeworth!
Rule Two is'. . but would you
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vacation so near!
there's surely a good
reason for us all to
get dressed up before
we go home. you need
new hats-new shoes
new ties, new shirts?
and We havthe
and also a perfect line of
christmas gits for h im

FOR SALE
I FOR SALE-Hart Schaffner Marx
Tux with black vest; size 38;
good condition; $25. Phone 39451
FRATERNITY" HOUSE FOR SALE
-A Fraternity or Sorority look-
ing for a fine home will be in-
terested in the house at 1017
Oakland Avenue. This house has
boon entirely rebuilt and redec-
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Ecomniodious rooms on the first
floor, nine study rooms with
three baths and dormoritory
sleeping twenty four on the sec-
and and third floors. In one of
the best residential sections the
frontage of 150 feet at the head
of Arch Street is ideal being but
three blocks from the campus.
The large and commodious base-
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chapter room and a finely ap-
pointed porter's room. The
plumbing is all new and modern.
The owner will be glad to show
the place if called. Phone 8621.
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1929. 2000 miles. Owner must
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