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WEDNESDAY. JANUARY B. 1-930

THE MICHIGAN

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Intramural News

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Three Lettermen Will Wrestle Competiti on s Keen
,TODAY S GAMES
for Wolverine Outfit i for Sima Delta GAMES
Opening Clash.
BASKETBALL.
ELEVEN TO MAKE TRIP Qualication peiod forf.aternity 4:15-Psi Upsilon "A" vs. Psi Mu
Icompetition in Sigma Delta Psi Delta "A".
Three of the four lettermen re- closed Dec. 20 with seven teams out Phi Alpha Delta "A" vs. Sig-
turning to Coach Cliff Keen's mat of 26 entered qualifying. Those that ma Pi "A".
qualifled are as follows: Theta Chi,. 7:00-Tau Kappa Epsilon "A" vs.
squad will take the mat against ,.Tau Beta Phi "A".

UPSETS FEATURE POORLY BALANCED TRACK SQUAD L A S S I
BIG NINE GAMES PREDICTED FOR NORTHWESTERN ADVERTH
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in early practice contests defeat- (Ccritid From Page ") _____m__nthdr_ T
ing Ohio university and Notre Dame Wildcats get a field house which eo Three sohomores of just SAXOPH
but dropping a game to both Penn v llprovide uninterrupted indoor season.TAND FLUTE IN
track facilities the track team will ordinary prospects in this event A Waldo E.Sc
sylvania and Pittsburgh, pirobably find it difficult to show to. advan- are Carl Dixon, Ted Burgess and Phone 2-3708
the two strongest quintets in the tage until the outdoor season. Mayn ard Hart.
-East. In the events other Uhan the pole Three sophomores, Carl Dixon, FINAL EXAM
Indiana, though as yet untested vault the Purple prospects are very Ted Van DelMen and Sid Burnstein'310 STATES
by Conference competition, does ordinary. Pete Lattman and Roy he
not seem to be quite up to the Leming, two sprinters from last are the Purple hopes in t hurdles.
standard of former years. Conquer- year, are probable point winners in Roy Leming who also competes in PIANO TUNING
ed by both Pennsylvania and De- dual meets but will not measure up the sprints is a fair prospect in the Victor Ailmend
pauw in practice contests Indiana's to the competition found in the hurdles also.,Vcocerlm ardi
future seems none too bright. How- Quadrangular and Big Ten meets. Northwestern opens its season ace
. ever with Captain Branch Mc- Quentin Ford. a sophomore, shows the annual quadrangular meet at at residence, 1608
Cracken the Hoosiers will probably promise while Os Baxter, another Patten gym in Evanston Feb. 15.1_ _
wreck the championship aspira- sophomore, will add strength. ' Other teams competing in this meet RADI --
tions of more than one team. Ed McAuliffe is the only letter- are Ohio, Wisconsin and Chicago. Competent service
Their home state rivals, the Boil- man on hand for the indoor quar- makes of radios.
ermakers of Purdue, seem to be the ' ter mile. Rut Walter, captain of Paris, A. P.-Jean Borotra and SToIMP RA
chief obstacle in the Wolverines' the team, and holder of the Big Andrew Glasler of France won the Dial21SON RAD
march to another championship. Ten and National Intercollegiate men's doubles. title in the.French 408 5:
Purdue, boasting of the best record i 440 yard championships, will not covered courts tennis championship
in Conference basketball over a i be on hand until the outdoor sea- today by defeating the Chileans,
long period of years, has the mak- ison. He is also captain of the bas- Luis and Domingo Torralva, 8-6,-6- TYPINGTheses a
ings of another powerful team. ketball team and as a result is un- 4, 11-9. rates. M. V. Hart

Franklin and Marshall in the sea-1
ega, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Phi Beta'
son curtain raiser Saturday night, Delta, Delta Sigma Phi, and Trig
it was announced yesterday. Al- on. The competition that brouht
though the entire line-up which I the qualifying of these teams has
will start this meet has not been been much more keen than ever in
derided as ei-fthese threp mnnar

uvlu byeurb bire en iare
of such calibre that the Michigan
coach stated that they would be
sure 'to see action.
Captain Hewett at 128 pounds,
Otto -Kelly at 158 and Ray Parker
at 165 are three of the best grap-
plers in their divisions in the coun-
try and Coach Keen figures on
points from time in all of the meets

the past, and the results of the
competition are better than before.
There are 93 fraternity men and 45#
independent men out for SigmaI
Delta Ps&, making a total of 138I
men, a decided increase over last
year.

rn the Wolverine schedule. Hewett' Sharkey-Scott Plans
hvas a finalist in the Olympic games
in 1928, while Kelly and Parker Meet Temporary Snag
established themselves high in the (
mat' world by brilliant perform- (}Y Associated }ress)
ances-last year. NEW YORK, Jan. 7-Efforts of
Holds Trial Matches. the state athletic commission to
Coach Keen has been holding foist Phil Scott, the English ladder
trial matches for the past two days lifter, on the Madison Square Gar-
to determine the squad which will den corporation as opponent forl
make the trip to Franklin and Jack Sharkey at Miami on Febru-
Marshall Saturday and to Prince- ary 27 struck a temporary snag to-
Mshall Sauda nd ftr Prnc- day when Frank Bruen, vice-presi-
ton Monday, afternoon he will not be dent of the garden and chief ne-i
tice thisafnonh efinot e f gotiator, announced that he would ,
able to announcet adefinite lieup. await the arrival of Victorio Cam-
men will be taken on the trip and a from the Argentine on Wed-
out of the squad of forty men who nesday before naming the man the
are out for the Varsity there are fBosCampo o imiareceptive mood
some fifteen from whom the choice and feelsthat he can get into shape
will be made. Allinger and Texer- within the next six weeks he will
ia seem to have the edge %n the 118 get the fight; otherwise the harass-
pound class while Hewitt is easily ed garden officials may be forced
the class of the next heavier divi- to sign Scott at his own figure.
,ion. At 138 pounds however the It is an open secret that if William
competition is keen with Swanson F. Carey, president of the garden,
and Woodard holding the edge , and Bruen had their say, Scott
over their rivals. would. not get a rumble. Feeling
Steinke, Auer Look Good. that Scott ruined his box office
Benz and. Orville Parker look best value by impersonating a dying
at 145 although Parker can also swan after being slapped on the
compete in the 158 division where right thigh by Otto Von Porat here
Kelly holds sway. Parker and recently, both gentlemen opine that
Steinke look best to Keen in the he would draw little besides Medi-
next two weights but in the unlim- terran ean fruit flies if he fought
ited class is a great deal of compe- in Miami and only ordinary domes-
tition between Stoddard and Auer, tic flies if he fought here.
who performed on the gridiron last Nevertheless and notwithstand-
fall. ing, William Muldoon, dean of the
boxing board, has stated publicly'
PHILADELPHIA - The world's that Scott still is the heavyweight
champion Athletics will play 33 ex- champion of Great Britain and
hibition games this spring before therefore must be eliminated be-
the regular major league baseball 1 fore Sharkey can establish himself
season opens. as Gene Tunney's logical successor.
Muldoon insists Scott still can fight.

Zeta Beta Tau "A" vs. Trk-
angle 'A".
Theta. Kappa Nu "A" vs. Xi
PsiPhi "A".
7:40-Delta Phi "A" vs. Alpha Rho
Chi 'A".
Delta Upsilon "A" vs. Delta
Alpha Epsilon "A".
Phi Chi "A" vs. Theta Delta
Chi "A".
Phi Rho Sigma "A" vs. Delta
Sigma Phi "A".
8:20-Phi Kappa * "A" vs. Alpha
Omega "A".
Theta Chi "A" vs. Phi Kappa
Sigma "A".
Phi Kappa "A" vs. Theta X
"A.
Alpha Kappa Lambda "A" vs
Alpha Sigma Phi "A".
9:00-Phi Lambda Phi "A" vs. P
Kappa PhiI "A".
Alpha Delta Phi "A" vs. Delta
Chi "A"..
Phi Beta Pi "A" vs. Sigma
Zeta-"A".
Beta Theta Pi "A" vs. Lamb-
da Chi Alpha "A".
9:40-Phi Sigma Kappa "A" vs
Kappa Delta Rho "A".
Alpha Kappa Kappa "A" vs.
Sigma.N-u "A"'.
Delta Kappa Epsilon "A" vs
Phi Lambda Kapipa "A"..
Kappa Sigma "A" vs. Sigma
Alpha Epsilon "A".
Four Teams Deadloch
for.HockeyLeadership
One of the closest struggles in
the history of professional hockey
is being enacted in the Interna-
tional Hockey' league, which has
four teams deadlocked '-for first
place and a fifth team only four
points behind the leaders.
The Letroit Olympics, Clevelanc
Indians, Windsor Bulldogs,- anc
Buffalo Bisons all are the posses-
'sors of 24 points, tie for the lead
while the London .Green;Stripe
are in fifth position with 20 mark-
ers. Buffalo and Cleveland holc
the slight edge of the tied teams
as they have each played one les,
game thanthe others.
Cleveland-.has yet to be beater
by any one of the three teams witl
Which it is tied.

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No antiques offer-
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we loose money. But
we must keep our
stock new.

Values to $50

OVERCOAT PRICES CUT FOR QUICK DISPOSAL

Fleece
Mel tons
Kersey

$295

$3450

Blues and
Greys
Single Breasted

Value to $50

SALE SCARFS

$1.95
Now
$1.35

$2.95
Now
$2.35

$3.45
Now
$2.75

$3.95
Now
$3.15

SHIRTS
$2.50 to
$3.50
Now
$1.85

NECK WEAR
$1.50 to $2 $1.20
$1 to $1.25 . 90c
Winter Sox . 69c

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to Pps!
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pipes with seasoned, masculine, Mel-
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Some try to join this brother-
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born to pipeless lives. But honest
effort is required-each man's own
test with good tobacco in a good pipe.
That is the formula. Both pipe
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Tried Edgeworth yeti Now's your
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SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE
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Men's .Sui*ts

keeps gieat utomnobie
factor"ies umn

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$33.50
Were $40

$38.0
Were $45 and $50

Overcoats

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represents the increase
by years since 1921.
Significant!

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Were $40

*38.50
Were $45 and $50

Also adequate reductions in higher
priced overcoats
Now's the time to save money on Browning King
clothing. We're making room for our Spring stock by
offering the remainder of our this season's suits and over-
coats at these big reductions. It's an opportunity which
comes only twice in a year' s time at Browning" King's so
we'd advise you to get here early!
CHALL ENGER
SUITS and OVERCOATS
Since $30 is the lowest possible price at which we
can afford to sell our Challenger series we naturally cannot
offer it at a sale. Woolens of the finest texture and colors
are shown in this showing of Challenger Suits and

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the world employs more than four hundred
gas -fired units in the production of cars,

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"Ready Rubbed" and
"Plug Slice"-i5e pock-
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