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TH Ef IiiiH 1 G AIN YA i L

FRAJEDITY Cage Team Wins Close
TRRIGame~ From Freshmen
~TR C II I~ I fl(Coninel rrorn Page 6)
ST I WILL [ P L 0 The former Detroit Southeastern
player, added the much needed
10VHNEtDNI~ I tt and fitted in well in the de-
fense efforts in curbing the fast
moving freshman forwards. Toss-
Annual Intranmural Evnt to be ing five goals Daniels proved the
r Run OD . at 8.30 to Decide leading point getter of the after-
noon E
New Chainpon. Al1 do ibis as to the abilities of
the 139 edition of Coach Fisher's
I''HI KAPPA PSI DEFENDS + ycarlin baskcetball talent was
cleared up after,the first few min-
Preliinaie ofth anua iner ;utes of" play. Emloying nine men
Preimiaris o th anualintr-over the. rou te Fisher showda
-fraternity swimming meet will b~ eawllcahditeinrace
held tonight in the Iwrm r l p o f M ch g n b s e b l. s edwit
at 8:30. This event which is a f hgan. bsof ta sy wt
*annual sporting feature on the pr teh okdo
campus will show more team par. ih. Varsity men,
strength this year than it has fo eaa~III 'lrit,ftptOd
sometime Theteam tha cam, Te trio of. Manuel, Eveland; andI
peted in the dual fraternity metSa hwdte.Vekrnr
are again entered with Phi Kapnal vey busy afternoon. Manuel led
Psi, the champions. again making a th c ~iu;f rthe frehman with
Th iks metowill beof thre elirina- by Evlanci.'t'h flowedvokosely,
tion type and the series of events; land and Shaw was easiy on a par
will- bring out the individual win-! with the best Varsity work of the
nierg. These individual points will tfternooan.
be added to make the scre for the{ Overilte first half' f the route
team entered. Short dash events= the team of Manuel, Root, Darner,
were the only ones open in the dual Abramovitch, and Williamson held
meet, but tankmen of all types will! an edge over the Reserve lineup of
have an opportunity to display theirz Daniels, Kanitz,, Garn Ir, Hudson,
speed in this meet. Following is a{ and Lovell and at the whistle held
*list of events and the number of; a 12-8 lead, In. the second canto
teams entered in each: 200 yard: Veenker sent his four rgulars
relay, 6.teams; 50 yard breast stroke along with Jerry Ricketts into ac-
9 teams; 50 yard freestyle, 11! don against the first freshman
teams; 220 freestyle, 5 teams; 50I team of Eveland and Baldwin, for
yard back stroke, 9 teams; 100 yard Wards, Manuel, center, and Shaw
freestyle, 5 teams; 150 yard medley and Altenhoff at the guard posi-
relay, 6 teams. As these events are tions.
then longer standard events a closet Varsity Proves Battlers.
time is kept from. year to. year. The The same listless play which has1
present record holders are: 50 yard ! been cvident since the game with
freestyle, Kirn 26 4-5; 100 yard Illinois Monday nlight seemed a
freestyle, Patton 1 :07; 200 yard part of the Varsity with the excep-
freestyle, Fossum 2:38; 50 yardI tion of a few scattered intervals.
breast stroke, Vose 36 1-10; 50 yard The Vcenker coaclhed men found
back stroke, Crego 29; 200 yard re- difficulty in piercing the under bas-
lay, Phi Kappa Psi 2:15; 150 yard ket defenses of the freshmen, but
medley, Phi Kappa Psi, 1:30; diving, were able to. make up this deficien-
Maxian. ey by showing ability, to find the
'Entries that have been made are nieshes, from outside of the close-h
to be governed by the rules of the area.-
Intramural Sports Department. The I~-
only limit that has been placed on
the personnel of the teams is that T1I
an individual can enter only three intram urai.
events one of which must be a re- j
lay. Bleacher seats wil be open atI
the pool during the meet.Ne s
Wolverine Pucksters Basketball. I
Will Leave for West 415-1---Jeromes (Stenberg) V.
(continual rrom Page 6) 2--Polonia Circle (Jablonski) I
tis, spare wingman,, will fill in for' vs. Rockets (Engleman). '
Joseph at his place at right wing. 700 ---Alphia Delta Phi "A" vs.
The -other positions are all taken Theta Kappa Psi "A". i
2-Delta Chi "A" vs. Phi Beta
care of, with Langen having. cinch- f. i"'A"
ed the center berth, N ygard the 3--Senior Lits (Kenny) Vs.
"other wing position, Hart the other Junior Lits (Foster).
defense post, and Tompkins the job 4-Senior Dents (Moss) vs.I
of minding the Michigan net.} Junior Dents (Collins).
Schlanderer is the only other mae?7 :40-1-B3eta Theta P "A" vs A-i
traveling with the team who has p1ha Chi Sigma "A".
played in all of the pre-Conference 2-Phi Gamma Delta "A" vs.
games in which Michigan has tak-i Delta Sigma Pi "A".
en part. Both Sippila and Camp- 3-Sigma Delta - Kappa "A"
bell are comparative newcomers, vs. Phi Kappa Tau "A".
-.but must be taken along as spares 4-Lambda Chi Alpha "A"
in case of injury to any one of the vs. Hermitage "A".
Wolverine regulars. 8:20-Sigma Alpha Mu "A" vs. Phi
Michigan's record now stands at Epsilon Kappa "A".
five victories and three defeats, butj 2-Soph Dents (Engemar)
all of the reverses were handed to vs. Frosh Laws (McKenzie).-
them by the 'powerful Yale hockey j 3--Senior Lits (Schiller) vs.
teamn, one of the strongest of east- j Junior Lits (Swanson).-
ern contenders where collegiate 4 - Soph Engrs. (brown) vs.
hockey ranks almost next to foot- Soph Plhys Eds (Macksimo-'
ball as the season's most important! wiez).-
drawing card. The Wolverines 9:00---Frosh Laws (Fleming) vs.
boast Wins over Hamilton, Western BUS Ads. (Waters).
.Ontario, the Ontario Aggies, and 2 ---Junior Engrs. (Zanof) vs. i
two over. Michigan Tech.? Soph. Lits. (May).
The team has been showing up; 3-Soph Engrs. (Anderson) I

well in practice all week, and is in vs. Junior Dents (Glocheski).
the bgjt of condition for its north- '4-Law Club (Mills) vs. Bent
ern invasion. That considerable in- Mats (H. Bennett).
terest will be manifested in this five 9:40-1--Bills (W. Pastoor) vs.
-game tour is evident by the, fact Zicks ('T. Prouse).
that the famous winter sport has 2-Buckeyes- (J. Carpenter)~
finally begun to draw the attention.' vs. Suckers (A. Redniss).
of the student body here, after sev- 3-Wolverines (McCarrol ) vs.
eras years of comparative obscur- Gophers (Stander).
ity. Last Saturday's crowd at the1 4-Michigander's (Bowman)
Coliseum for ti-e game against y- vs. Alberts (Goodman).
Michigan Tech was the largest that
ever attended a hockey game in Today's Activities.
Ann Arbor. Swimming.

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FINAL EXAM TUTORING
MACK TU'TORING AGENCY
1310 S. STATE ST. PHONE 1927
123c
PIANO TUNING -- Phone 6776.
IVictor Allmendinger. The Stein-.
way concert artist tuner. Office
at residence, 1608 Morton Ave.
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ITYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
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SHOPPING

DIRECTORY

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BAN'S.
Ann, Arbor Savings.
Farmers and Mechanics. .
BARBER SHOP
Dewey Smith........... .

. ..707 N orth U niversity
.Nickels Arcade
..1 110 ISouth U~niversity

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BEAUTY SHOPS
olgeBeauty Shop......... 300 South State
n1iMattia Beauty Salon........ 340 South State
Michigan &eautty Shop........ Michigan Tht'ater Bldg.
Mirror Beauty Shop..........
Miladies Beauty Shop........209 South State
,Raggedy Anal Beauty Shop...-1110 South University
Romona Beauty Shop. .. ..*. .. .625 F. Liberty
Stoddar-d Fair Shop......... 07 North University
Iii.0KS, STA'TIONERYSUPPLIFS
Mayer and Schairer.......... 11~2 South M-ain
0. b. Morrill...............3>14 South State
Print and Book Shop........21 F. Jefferson
S. and S. Supply ........... 305 Maynard
Slaters Inc. .. ..............320 & 334 S. State, 549 E. U
Student; Supply ....... .....11 11 South University
George Wahr's ..............31i6 South State
CANDY AND SODAS
Betsy Ross ............... Nickels Arcade
Sweetland ...........212 South 'Mails
Michigan Soda Grill---------. 01 East Liberty
Preket,'s Sugar Bowl.......... 109 South Main'

M NSCO HN 'A DF RIHNOBrowningi. King Cmo......... 319 South Main
Canielet= Bros............. 308 South State
Conlin and Wethe rbee ........118 E. Washington
Torm Corbett........... ....116 E. Liberty
Del Prete. ......... ........213 &i Liberty
Factory Hat Store ......... 617' Packard
Fiegel's................332 South Main
Gireenwood. & Kilgore........ 324 South State
Holdensg & Co.............. 212 South Main.
Lindenrschmiitt and Apfel...... 209 South Main
Marquardti Tailor ...........603 E. Liberty
Masten and& Chase.......... 211 Soutch Main-
Miltons Inc. '... .... 119 South Main ....
12. & B. Clothing ............14 South M' ain. -
.. Saffell- and Bush............. 604'r-, Liberty
Thompson's.................1.107 South University
Tinker & Co ..............342 South State
Van Boven Inc.............326 South State
Wadlianis & Co........... 109-BE. Washingtcm~
Wagner Co................303 South State
Wild & Co...............4.311 South State
M-ARKET

Ann Arbor Dairy............ 118
Arbor Springs Water......... 4th
Dawn Donuts ..............216
Forest Ave Market........... 530
Liberty iMarket............:.416
Purity: Bakery...............7
PHOTOGRAPHERS-

W- Liberty
and Catherine
E. Washington
Forest
W. Huroni
Park ard.

CLEANERS
Anterican Dry Cleaners.
Aimerican Ruig Cleaning.
Camelet Bros.........
Goldtna.t. Cleaners .
Greone Cleaners .. ...
Michigan -Cleaners ..
Oswald Katz, Cleaner.. .
Swiss Cleaners ........
Unimarity Cleaners ..

. . ..215 E. W ashington
.1032; Greene
3 01 South State.
. . ..214 South State
. . ..516 E. Liberty
... 523 E. Liberqv
. . ..814 South State
209 South 4th
-Y psi-Ann flitilding

Dey Studio............. ...334, South State.
Francisco Boyce ............71'9 North University
Rentschler Studio ...........319 East Huron.
Spedding Studio ............619 East Liberty
music
University. Musicr House;...... Maynard at Wiliam.
Choral. Uniont Concerts-......: H-11Auditorium
REAL EST ATE
A. S.. L ynden ... ...... 302 Ypsi Ann- Bldg,
Brooks-Newton............. Liberty at Fourth

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COAL
Cornweft Coal .............. Hutron and Fourth
DANCING
Aoen...................223 E. Ann
Granrgers................. E. Huron near State
Michigan Unlotn...........South- State.
Michigan League ............ North University
DEPARTMENT STORES
Goodyear Co..............124 chuf Main
x. 9. Kiioes 's Co ............;6-3014 olthMain
Mack & Co...... .. ..... Main at Liberty
Montgomery Ward: & Co...... oulti Fourth near Liberty

DRUGS-
Calk os' fetclher-.--
Crippeuis Store No.
liberbadh & Sons. ..
Edsil Drug Co...
Graystone Drug .. .
Swift Drug ......

......3& 8 18 S. State. 1101 5 U.
3 ....... Noth University atc Thayer-
. . . ..200 East Liberty
......08 South Mai
-1217 Prospect
........40 South State

ELECTRICAL AND RADIO
Arborphone Sales ......521 E. Liberty
Crosley-Amirad Radio Shop ..- 615 E. William,
Ernst Bros.............. ...210 South Fourth
Detroit Edison............... Main at Williatn
Stim-pson Radio.... .......521 E. Liberty
FINANCIAL
Brown-Cress & Co.......... First National Bank Bldg.
Merrill Lynch & Co.......... Main at H-uron
FLORISTS
Flowerday & Son ............ 609 E. William
FURS
V. 14. Greenbaum ...........448 Spring St.
Zwerdling. Fur Shop,..... 217 Fast Liberty

RECREATION
Mullison's Stables........ ...326 F: Ann
H uston Bros..JBilliards........ 307 South State
Saunders Canoe Livery....... Foot of Cedar
RESTAURANTS AND TEA ROOMS
Arcade; Cafeteria.".......Nickels Arcade
Beat Club.................. Whitmore Lae-......
Clarks Tea Room............11 10111- South Universky
The DTeta- ............... ......1108 South University.
Freemian's Dining Room .. e...809 F. Washington
Forest-JIn.................5.383Forest
F~an Cuparbtd----------- . ,.
George's Restaurant .........61 --. F. William
Tap Roomi................. Michigan Union
Lane H-ail. Tavern ........... Sate- at Washington
M: O ut------------------------South: State
New CGrauiid ... . .... 313, South State
Palace .....................601 F. Liberty
Parrot ...................338 South State
Jo Parker's-......... ...®. 4th. near .Huron
P'ierce's Restaurant ...... .... ]118 B". Liberty
R. and S. Lunch........ ...605 Church
State Street Restaurant..... 302 South State
Miller's Potat-O-Chips.......e. 224 South State
Rice's Restaurant........ _....120 W. Liberty
SCHOOLS.
H-amilton Business College..State at William
Mack Tutoring Agency....... 310 South State
SHOE REPAIRING
A. T. Coach & Son....... .1109 South University
SHOE STORES'
H. W. Clark ........1113 South University
Alexander Inc....... "...... 324 South. State
Bm*ton's Walk-Over Shop...1;15° South Main
Campus Bootery ............ 304. South. Staff
Kinney Shoe Co.......... .1:17 South MWit
L. and B. Shoe Store .....:... 620 E. Liberty.
J. Murphy Boot Shop...... Nickel's Arcade:
?ielle & Nissle-------------.07 So. Main,
SPORT GOODS
George. Moe. ,..........North Uiversity, 902. Stab.
WOMEN'S GARMENTS AND FURNISHINGS-
Collins. Shop... ..........600 F. Liberty
Fashion Shop... ......... e201 F. Liberty
Goodyear, Ct. ............124 Soutth Maint
. j. Hutze .......---------.301..Sq.Main
l felen Slp--------------.. , .537 Bast Liberty
j1acobsons . .... Liberty.. near State
Kres stot-y..........115 ibrt
M'zie 'l, t- .----------------------Mattn, near Lile)y
M a& & COQ....... °........ Main acrd Liberty
m: Ki avfur l-at flop e...... e..227:South. State
11"-iry Shaw Shop. 1306 South University
Mary ILouise Sho p;. ..- - ickels Arcade.
F. F. Minls Co... .....118 South Main:
1 ubley sbop . e.........8 Nickel'st Arcade
Vogue Ottopj... ... e..........22?1 South Main

I CO-ED WANTED FOR PART TIME
WORK-Realsilk Hosiery Mills,
world's largest manufacturers of
silk hosiery. and makers of fine
lingerie will employ one co-ed
residing in one of- the larger
dormitories to tale orders. She
will be furnished with. samples
and her earnings will average
f$1.50 per hour. Phone Mn. Wal-
bridge 8628, 8-10 p. m. 230
HIGHLY PROFITABLE SUMMER
WORK--Mr. L. M. Farrell, . Per-'
sonnel Mgr. of a large corpora-
tion having offices in, six hun-
dred cities and towns in the
United States will be in, Ann
Arbor this, week to, interview
students interested in summ~er
work paying one dollar an. hour.
IOnly those able to, furnish'refer-
ences as to character' and" hon-
esty need: apply, Those who can
qualify will be given, preference
as to the locality. in which. they
wish to work. Apply Roofn 302,
Michigan Union, Fri., 8-11 p. in.;
Sat., 9-12 a,.in.; Sun., 2-6 p. m.
2340
WANTED-IExperienced cook-7tie -
sires position as fraternity or
sorority cook. 123
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FOR.RENT--Large double room for
girls; large closet. 857 Tappan.
345
FOR RENT-Large, pleasant room.
$4 for one, $6 for two. West side.
Phone 3467. 3521
FOR RENT--Single room for in-
structor or graduate. Phone
57'76. 345
FOR RENT-Two room furnished
apartmen't now available. Three
room furnished apartment with
private bath vacant the twenty-
fifty. Adults only. 543 S.
Division. 345
FOR RENT--Suite of rooms. Very
reasonable. Near campus. Also
one single downstairs room. 410
S. Division. 234
FORh RE14T---Double or-sigle rooni
}for business girl or graduate stu-
dent; south east from campus;
very attractive; steam heat;
shower bath; meals served.
Phone -7796.. 6K
FOw SALS
LEOPARD "SKIN 'COAT trimmed in
beaver. Will sell very reason-
ably. Call 3825. 34

NEW YORK, Jan. 15-Art (The
Great) Shires has demanded $5,000
to fight a f our-round preliminary
bout in the Madison ,Square garden.

8:30-Fraternity meet - i'relimin-I
risVolley Ball.
7:3--Chinese Students "A" vs. Clii-
nese.Students "B". Indepen-

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,Matchmaker McArdle stated that i dent Championship.
Shires would have to cut his price i Indoor Soccer.
before they could do business. i 8:30-Russians vs. Hindustans.
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SIf your new business year begins in January . I
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anid office devices now!
GET OUR PRICES ON
r Prnting Stock Shet -'.
SRuling Requisition Blanks =
~Bin ding - Order Blanks,
Transfer Cases Card
STransfer Files r
SLedge r Sheets Filing Cabinets

FURNITURE
Chas. Wuertli &, Co....
GRAVEL
Killins Gravel Co......
GIFTS

.113.115 E. Washingtos
...5 Kresge Bldig.

Art and Gift Shop........... 218 South State
Foster. Houase of Art :.., ..236 South -State:

JEWELRY
Burr P lteion & Aatid
f ~ la, n ..er ........ri .
LAUNDIP IS
1rol-in Lalndry-------
V'anity fiaundry. ..

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----20-t North Mairn
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