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FRIDAY, JANUAR"I 24, 1930

THE MICH4IGA N DAI LY

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PAGE SEVEN

FRIflAY, 3ANXJAR~ 24, 1930 PAGE VEN

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FRESHMAN CAGERS APPEAR TO BE New Rivals to Oppose LA S S I F I Er
STRONGEST TEAM IN RECENT YEARS Iowa Teams in 1930
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Canadian Swimniing Team Holds
)nierational Y.M.C.A.
Chamnpionship.
OLYMPIC MEN TO SWIM
With one Conference meet out
of the way, in whichethey.over-
whelmed Indiana by the score of,
57-14, and several Michigan State
championships marked up for i-I
dividual members of the team, the'
Wolverine .swimmer's are preparing
for one of the hardest tests of the
season which will come when they
.meet the Toronto Y. M. C. A. team'
.: at the Intramural building at 7:301
Saturday night.
Varsity Won Last Year..
Under the guidance of Coach
Matt Mann the varsity has been
working out daily, in preparation
for this contest. In last year's neet
with the Canadian team, the Con-
ference champions were hard press-
ed throughout the contest, winning
out in the final event. Toronto won
four first places and the outcome
was never certain, Coach Mann's
men fighting for every point and
finally being rewarded with the vic-
tory.
The Y. M. C. A. team is prepared
again this year to push the Wol-
verines to the limit. They boast
many excellent swimmers with
three members of the Canadian
Olympic team heading the list. Gib-
son was. with the. Olympics,, swim-
ming in the free style events, with
Auburn doing the breast stroke.
Besides being Olympic stars these
two men are also record holders in
their events. Phillips is the third
of this trio. He represented Cana-:
da in the diving contests.
Toronto Has National Title..
Toronto Y. M. C. A. is the holder
of the National Amateur champion-t
ship cup as well as being Interna-
tional Y. M. C. A. title holders. They
have won several meets already this
year by decisive scores, and with
Michigan winning all its encoun-
ters as well as taking a number of
State A. A. U. championships, Sat-j
urda.y's affair promises to be an ex-
ceptionally hard fought battle.
An admission fee of 50 cents will,
be charged for those wishing to at-
tend the affair at the Intramural
building pool, with everyone invited ,
to attend.
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Jan. 23-Pur-'
due's basketball squad, leading the'
race for the Big Nine title with two'
victories and no defeats, will have
an enviable record to uphold when ;
it jumps back into the Western:!
Conference schedule here February'
3 aaginst Ohio,

".T{ n,,teri~r~m P e 1 L .. r r1a.: -T 'e 1 r om T xa
,. . {Lp, was ta y. I.. reCeIt iwOrk Oa nthe par of the quintet is the two occasions on - ; TT T1 ' ms from Texas:
in the first Michigan-Minnesota freshmen basketball players has which the yearling reserves not on- I tsyania, new to Un e
game. The sender Varity for. lead Coach Fisher to believe that ly outscored the Varsity reserves
ward, taking ovcr the defense du- cage outfits to grace the Michigan but also outplayed them. Defeat upon th1 o in a
jteofCpanBynwho had re- ;heorhars oeo teretaealigmaining uo h 90batns
ties of Captain Bryant, who had e-floor for several years. Somewhat for the Varsity was averted both .urvey at the department of ath-
turned to Ann Arbor, skated lopsided in respect to the number times by the insertion of the Var- .
through the Gopher defenses to of candidates available for the sity first string five against the
make three goals unajsisted for the various positions, the squad is freshman regulars. In seven sports, a total of 48 con-
nonetheless well balanced in the Coach Fisher has been using tests are yet to be played with 24
jonly scores of the first game in distribution of basketball talent. three forwards almost entirely dur- different opponents, and schedules
the second test the itnnesOtans The squad as a whole is excep- ing the season because of Che lack in three other branches have not
upset the dope to outskete the fa- 'icnally fast and clever for the us- of candidates in this pSt'Odan ig oth
tigued Lowreymen end eke outz I al run of freshman basketball ma- Nvertheless. he has three prom-ben drawn. Eight o the colleges
°n ia. As dffering from the candi- ing men in Eveland, Baldwin. and an universities never before have
diates last season, this year's team Petrie, all of which are capable of sent teams against the Hawkeyes.
i The Wolverines completely out- posseses little in the way of height. handling the ball in good style as The Texas teams are the state
played the Gophers in the frst Very few of the men are over six well as having very keen eyes for-
game, raining the Minnesota nets feet tall and two of these are cen- the basket university and Texas A. & M., both
with 41 shots while the Iversonj ters who have been slightly out- Manuel has been the outstandino of which will be met twice by the
coached team made only 17 plar-j played by a man only six feet in center on the squad so far this basketball team when it goes into
ries at the Michigan goal height. year although the steadily improv- the southwest for its early spring
Stopping off long enough on In the scrimmages with the Var- ing work of Darner and Cummins, training trip.I
their return to Ann Arbor to meet sity the yearling cagers have been both Of which outdistance him in Detroit university, Penn State,
the strong Marquette team, the showing to unusual advantage by stature, has been placing the pos- and Centenary college of Shreve-
Wolverines dropped a close and holding the Veenkermen to surpris- session of the regular center berth port, La., are new rivals in football;
hard fought game which was only ingly low scores. Making allow- more and more in question. and North Dakota State and Con-
- turned to the advantage of the ances for the fact that the Varsity The three best guards at this cordia Seminary of St. Louis, bas-
Hilitoppers as a result of a desper- ould defeat them by a muc.h wider stage of the season appear to be ketball opponents, are making
j erate last minute aTtack. The Gold- Imargin if necessary and discarding Shaw, Altenhof, and Tessmer. their debut on Old Gold cards.
en Tornado, winner over Michigan entirely the scores of the scrim- __ _-__ ___ ___ ___ __
Associatnxi i'reas I'1hto last year by a margin of 24 goals in mages, the fact still remains that
Willis Glassgow. two games, was held practically ev- the first year men have been giv-
University of Iowa athlete, who en over the route with Langen and ing the regulars unusually stiff op- -
starred on both gridiron and dia- Nygord matching the best the All- position.
American duo of McFadden and One other fact which cannot 'be
mond for the Hawkeyes, has signed McFayden could offer overlooked in rating the freshman"
for a spring tryout with the St. -----
Louis Cardinals. Glassgow playedC
shortstop on the Iowa team that
gave Michigan a close run for theIs
Western Conference title in 1929. e many years we have catered
I tOto the college trade and the values

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NOTICE
NOTICE-Will type theses at 10c
a page. Phone 5449. 345
NOTICE-Students Inn will board
you for six dollars per week.
Breakfast 7-9; Luncheon 11:30-
2:30; Dinner 5:00-7:30. Inquire
at 712 Hill street. 450
T Y P I N G- Accuracy, neatness,
' promptness. Mrs. Conkey, 1309
Wihnot. Call 5568. 345
$7.00 PER WEEK will give you the
best meal in the city. Try it at
Tea Cup Inn, 330 Maynard St.
Opposite Post Office. 1234
TYPIST-Speedy, accurate, will

iNotre itame D.ownecd
by Spartan Cagers
(Special to The Daily)
EAST LANSING.-M i c h i g a n
State won its second victory in 11
years over a Notre Dame basket-
ball team here Wednesday night
when the flying speed of Don
Grove, the midget mite, carried the
Spartans to a 28 to 21 victory.
Grove, who gulps lumps of sugar
to give him strength, certainly
looked sweet to the home team
fans. The 120 pound dynamo made
five baskets in the first half and
then added another in the final pe-
riod when the Spartans were slip-
ping and barely holding a threet
point lead.
ATHLETIC SCHEDULE
Saturday, Jan. 25{
'Wrestling-M. S. C., there
6ockey-M. S. C., there
Swimming-Toronto Y. M. C.A.
'here
icncing-M. S. C., here
Monday, Jan. 27
basketball-Minnesota, here

An opportunity to buy shoes of
proven quality at substantial reduc-
tions. Oxfords, Straps, and Pumps
formerly $5.00.

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$3.95

L2 & Be SHOE SORE
620 East Liberty Street

Men's $2.50 Spats, $1.95

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Hart Schaff ner & Marx

The Down Town Store for Michigan Men
Semi-Annual Clearance

copy theses at any time. Reason-
able rates include expert advice
on English construction. Lucille.
5865. C
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
I rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9087.
C
TYPING-Neat work. Call for and
returned. Dial 21408. 2340
COUPLE driving from Chicago to
Ann Arbor for J Hop can accom-
modate three. Call Bob Glahn,
23201 after 8 p. m. 456
RADIO SERVICE
Competent service men on all
makes of radios.
STIMPSON RADIO SERVICE
Dial 21408 521 East Liberty
246
PIANO TUNING - Phone 6776.
I Victor Allmendinger. The Stein-
way concert artist tuner. Office
at residence, 1608 Morton Ave.
2340
6 WANTED
VNI "
WANTED-Students to enjoy a real
meal. Forest Inn, 538 Forest.
2460
WANTED-Ten honest- clean-cut
Michigan Students to assist in
organization promotion work for
inter-state corporation. Chance
for high pay and permanent
connection. Apply Room 323,
Michigan Union, Fri., 8-11 p. m.;
Sat., 10-12, 2-5; Sun., 2:30-4:30.
450
CLO''HING AND SHOE SALESMAN
-Experienced only need apply.
Student preferred. The Fair
Store, 200 Main. 45
FOR-
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment.
fTwo rooms, kitchenette,, and
bath. Near campus. Cal J.
Malcolm. 8855. 34561234
FOR RENT-Next semester, upper
front double room. Also down-
stairs,. half of double room. R'ea-
sonable, warm, and clean. One
minute from campus. 707 Tap-
pan. Call after 5 p. nm. 1345
TO RENT-Two rooms for five
men. Also half of double room.
Shower. reakfast if desir~ed
Dial 7007. 456
FOR RENT-Near campus, a desir-
able room in private family for
second semester. Dial 5929. .456
FOR RENT-Five blocks south, east
of campus, fine large house. in
good condition; shady ground;
fruit, chickens;, double gauage;
A No. 1 surroundings; to respon-
sible tenants only. Dial 5740.
456
FOR RENT-Front suite, single
and double room. on first .and
second floor. 415 South Division.
Dial 22352. 456
FOR RENT-During second sers-
ter; a.well furnished suite. 1ea-
sonable rates. 727 E. Univeity.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-New tenor batjo.
Leather bound case incided.
Half regular price. Phone 4697.

FOR SALE--Terins, New Encyclo-
pedia Brittanica and mahogany
book case. Phone 3725 during
day. 12 Cornwell Bldg. 456
FOR SALE-Equipped waxed gold-
en oak kitchen cabinet, $20.00.
Call evenings, apt. 2, 415 South
Pifth Ave. 456
LOST
LOST-Steel beaded shoe buckle.
Return to Elfie Collier, 513. E.
Jefferson. Dial 3652. 45G

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SALE

Our 1930 January Clearance gives bigger and
better values thin ever before. To make reduc-
tions easier we have placed all our stock in three
groups.

MEN'S SUI
With Extra Trousers
$350 $3,

Bargains?
[ 1 Including Regular
Values From
$30 to $35
[2] Including Regular
Values Of
$40
[3] Including Regular
Values rom
$40 to $50

Cohpare-you'll see!

REDUCED TO $2250
REDUCED TO 2850

Formerly $40

OVERCOAT'S

$3350

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3350

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Fornierly $40 Formerly $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 winter suits and overcoats at
big savings. Now is the time to take advantage of this big
opportunity.

SU-ITS
20% Red...uction
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1_ Hart, Schaffner & Marx
FURNIGS Extra Trousers
Proportionately SUITS -

SUITS

Thirty dollars expresses a sale price in this line of
clothing. Only a special purchase of these fine woolens

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