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' "rl"M, 8rjA', IA t 8, 1930

T RE, M I CH I C A N.- D A TLY-,

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LOIAJEYI FARQ UAR
PICK PUCK TEAMS'

Hft Gei

Joseph,'
Plams on b

Langen,
MAythical

Conferen~ce Team.

LANGEN NAMED CENTER

biscu55iof of all Conference
hockey selections which has been
rife sincee the sensational finish of;
one Vof, the most thrilling of Big
Ten puck campaigns has been cli-
maxed by the announcement of the
impromptu choices of Coaches Ed-
dio Lowrey and Johnny Farquhar,
of Michigan anrd 'Wisconsin.
These-selections are based entire-
ly on the play of the various play-
ers as merits were weighed by the
coaches of these two teams..
'omupkis Real Star.
The coaches agree unanimously
on the 'choice of the Wolverines,
Tompkins as goalie, and Langen at
center; Meiklej ohn, Wisconsin, wing
and Peterson of Minnesota at de-
Tense posts. Tompkins, only a soph-
omore, was ranked over the veter-
*ans, Christie of Minnesota and
Frisch of Wisconsin. He earned the
positioni because Hof his steady play.
Little need be said about the
other three except that if they ever
pl~yed on the sane team. there
would be no doubt ,as to the out-
come. Langen was the most con-
sistent and steady player of the
three and ranked with Donniie Mc-
Fayden, Marquette's All American,
as the best players of the middle
west.
Dispute Arises in -Choice.
A dispute seems to arise in the
selection of the other two mem-
bets. Lowrey has selected Joseph
and Thomson of Wisconsin whileI
the Badger mentor thinks that
Metcalfe, Wisconsin, and Barthol-y
di, Minnesota, are the better men.1
The last two have been chosen as#
altern1ates on the Wolverine men-
tor's team and therefore, little can
be said again~st the choice as the
first selection was based solely on
the .play agalist the champion sex-
tette. 'Thoms'on in reality has play-
ed defense all season but his 'un-
usual display in handling the puck,
as a forward accounts for his se-
lection over Metcalf e. The fight be-
tween artholdi and Joseph was
keen for first place and therefore
neither coach can be blamed for the
choice. Our own Sammy H-art was
chosen' as an alternate and he
makes the fourth member of the
local puck chasers to make the
team. Little surprise was expressed
pver this ┬░choice for all who have
watched this flashy puckster real-
ize that he was a hockey player!
61 no mean ability.

IJNTRAMURAL
NEWS
' ~(Continued From Page 6)!
distances, are restricted to onie
event in that class an'd must pre-,
jsent a health cardl in order tol
j qualify.
Friedlman and Axtrin are the n~ewI
All-Campus handbl l donblco
j champions by virtue of thn-ir de-
fetof Collins and Enlemen iii
straight sets yesterday at the ln-
tramural Sports building. The
'new champions assumed a comn-
Imanding lead at the outset of the
contest and their supremacy' was,
never s'eriously thretened save for
a brief period in the second set
which produced somfe of the best
play of the cont'est. The first game
ended 21-10; the 21-0t result of the
second game is not indicative of
the opposition which the losers of-
fered. All four finalists in this'
year's tournament commenced to'
play handball at the beginning of"
the present season and each team;
defeated several more experienced
players during the tournament.
TI'he winners of the tournament will
receive individual, engraved troph-
ies.
Phi Chi, five times winner of the
All-Year Intramural Sports Trophy
during the past six years, anda
leader in this year's contest, seems
destined to be. displaced in the
final standing by Alpha Omega
who have already accumulated an
advantage of 111 points. Phi' ChiI
was beaten for th'e first time in
1927 by Phi Lambda Kappa. In1
addition to being.a leading profes-
sional fraternity in Intramural
competition, Phi Chi ranks :fifth
among all fraternities on the camn-
Ipars.
BCAGE SCHEDULE:
1asketball
7: 20-Frosh Union teams.
Baldwin vs. Murphy.
Junior Engineers (Zan-
goff) vs. Pelicans (Beck-
er).C
Soph Physical Eds. vs. Jun-
ior Dents (Collins).
Phi 'Kappa "B" vs. Deltaf
Alpha .l psildn "B."
8: 20-HKillel Leage.
Chicago (MLarks) vs'.146rth-
western (Eisenberg).,
Michigan (Reiter) vs. iur-
due (Klrschner').
Illinois (Manason) vs. Iowa
(Glazier).
Ohio State. (Koblin) vs.}
Indiana' (Einhorn).
9:00-Sigma Delta Kappa "A" Vs.
Phi Epsilon Kappa ".
Beta Theta Pi ."A" vs. Al-
pha Sigma Phi "A."
Delta Upsilon "IB" vs. Phi
Kappa, 'Tanu"B."
Foul Shooting.
9:30-This will be the last oppor-
tunity for all fraternity teams
which have not yet shot fouls.

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YOUR
SHOPPING DIRECTORY

(Cit .t'his Out And Keep I A Convenient Place)

tANKS
Ann Arbor Savings .........70}7 North University
Farmers and Mechanics....... Nickelsa Arcade

BARBE~R SHOP

Dewey smith ...............:..1101 South University
Thompson.... 802 South State '
BEAU tY SHOPS
College Beauty Shop......... 300 South State
DiMattia Beauty Salon........ 340 South State
Michigan =Beauty Shop........ Michigan Theater Bldg.
Mirror Beauty Shop ..:...... .
Miadies Beauty Shop........ 209 South State
Raggedy, Ann Bea" q, Shop.. .1110 South University
Romona Beauty Sop......... 625 1E. Liberty
Stoddard .Hair Shop......... 707 North University
BOOKS, STA'TIONERY, SUPPLIES
-Myer and Schairer..........112 South Main
0. D. Morrill ............. .314 South State
Slaters Inc..................320 & 334 S. State, 549 13. U
Studen~t Supply .. .......1.11:1 South University
GC~eorge Waihr's............. 316 South State
CANDY AND SODAS

Betsy ;Ross ............
9weetand........ ..
Michigan Soda Grill. ..,
IFreketv Sugar Bowl... .
CLEANERS
American Dry Cleaners.
American Rug Cleaning.
Goldman Cleaners ..
Greene Cleaners ......
Michigan Cleaners...
Oswald Katz, Cleaner...
Swiss Cleaners ........
University Cleaners ..

....Nickels Arcade
. ..212 South M ain
...601 East Liberty
.. ..109 South M ain
....215 E. Washington
.1032 Greene$
. . ..214 South State
.516 1E. Liberty
.523 E. Liberty
.814 South State
.209 South 4th
.Ypsi-Ann Building

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COAL
Cornwell Coal ... . ...... .. .. Huron and Fourth
DANCING
Armory ....................223 13..Ann'
Grangers...................3. Huron near State
Michigan Union.......South State-
Michigan League ............ North University
DEPARTMENT STORES
Goodyear Co.........124 South Main
J. R. Klines & Co............ 306-308 South Main
Mack & Co...... ......ain at Liberty
Montgomery Ward & Co.'.. South Fourth near Littert
!RUGS
Calkins-Fletcher.............324 &'818 S. State. 1101 S. U.
Crippens Store No. 3........ North University at Thaver
Eberbach & Sons............ 200 East Liberty
Edsill Drug Co. .. ...........208 South Main
Graystone Drug ............. 1217 'Prospect
Swift Drug ... . ... ,......340 South .State
ELECTRICAL, AND RADIO
Arborphone Sales......521 E. Liberty
. orley.Anirad Radio Shop .. . 615 E. William
Ertat Bros. ... ..............210 South Fourth
Detroit Edison..........*.. Main at William
Stimpson Radio............. 521 13. Liberty
FINANCIAL

MEN'S CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS
Browning, King Co......... 319 South Main
Camelet Bros. ..... ,.........308 South State
Conlin and Wetherbee........ 118 E. Washington
Tonm Corbett ................116 E. Liberty
Del Prete ..................213 1. Liberty
Fiegel's................332 South Main
Greenwood & Kilgore........ 324 South State
Holdens & Co .............212 South Main
Lindenschmitt and Apfel...... 209 South Main
Marquardt, Tailor ...........608 E. Liberty
Masten and& Chase...... ..211 So':h Main
Miltons.Inc................ 119 South Main
R. & B. Clothing............ 214 ,South Main
.Saffell and Bush.............604 E. Liberty
Thompson's............... .1107 South University
Tinker & Co...............42 South State
Van Boven Inc ............ 326 South State
Wadhams & Co............ 109 E. Washington
Wagner Co. ..............303 South State
Wild & Co ................311 South State
MARKET
Anne Arbor Dairy............ 118 W. Liberty
Arbor Springs Water......... 4th and Catherine
Dawn Donuts ..............216 1. Washington
Forest Ave. Market.... ..... 530 Forest
Liberty Market .............416 W. Huron
Purity Bakery ..............707 Parkard
PHOTOGRAPHERS
Dey Studio ................334 South State
Francisco Boyce.......719 North University
Rentschler Studio ...........319 East Huron
music
University Music House,......Maynard at William
Choral Union Concerts.......-Hil Auditorium
REAL ESTATE
A. S. Lyndon.. 302 .... Ypsi Ann Bldg.
Brooks-Newton ..............Liberty at Fourth
RECREATION
Mullison's Stables..........326 1. Ann
Saunders Canoe Livery... ... Foot of Cedar
RESTAURANTS AND TEA ROOMS
Arcade Cafeteria ............Nickels Arcade
Boat Club ................. Whitmore Lake
Bright Spot ,..... ....802 Packard
Clarks Tea Room ... .........1110/ South University
,Chubb House......... .....South State
The Den ............. .....1108 South University
Freeman's Dining .Room...... 809 1. Washington
Forest Inn .................538 Forest
';Cp Room................Michigan Union
Lane Hall Tavern........ ...State at Washington
M Hut........ .... .......South State
Michigamme Restaurant......607 E. Liberty
New Granada ..............313 South State
Parrot...............338 South State
Jo Parker's .................4th near Huron
Pierce's Restaurant ..........118 1. Liberty
R. and S. Lunch...........605 Church
State Street Restaurant,. ..... 302 South State
Student Inn.............. 702 Hill
SCHOOLS
Hamilton 'Business College..State at William
-Mack Tutoring Agency....... 310 South' State
SHOE REPAIRING
A. T. Cooch & Son.......... 1109 South University
SHOE STORES
H. W. Clark.........._... 1113 South University
Alexander Inc. ............ 324 South State
Burton's WalkOver Shop..1:15 South Min
Campus Bootery ............304 South State
Kinney Shoe _Co............ 117 South Main
L. and'"B. Shoe Store.........01. Liberty
J. Murphy Boot Shop......... 9 Nickel's Arcade
Ziefle & Nissle..............307 So. Main
Jacobson's.............. .... East Liberty
SPORT GOODS
George Moe ................ North University, 902 Stat
WOMEN'S GARMENTS AND FURNISHINGS
Collins Shop ...............600 1. Liberty
Goodyear Co............... 124 South Main
C. J. Hutzel.................301 So. Main
Jacobsons..................Liberty, near State
'K r s St r s . . . . . . . . 1 5 E Li e t line Stores ................ M ain , near Liberty
Mack & Co ....... ........ Main and Liberty
McKinsey Hat Shop.......... 227 South State
Mary Shaw Shop............E. Liberty
13. . Mills Co ..............118 South Main
Rubley Shop ...............8 Nickel's Arade
Vogue Shop ................221 South Main
D rsement of the MICHIGAN DAILY

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DVER- SING MO
NOTICE
2nd SEMESTER TUTORING
MACK TUTORING AGENCY
310 S. STATE. PHONE 7927
i 1 23C
BRONZE TABLETS FOR
EVERY USE
JOSEPH L. ARNET
208 W. HURON ST. 3
MORTGAGE LOANS - Money at
I659 without bonus to loan on
modern Ann Arbor homes. Phione
4356. 135
PIANO TUNING - Phone 677.
Victor Allmendinger. The Stein-
way concert artist tuner. Office
at residence, 1608 Morton Ave.
2340
Brunswick, Columbia records, r0,;
ularly 75e now 50c 3 for $1.35. A
portion of our regula~ stock to go
at low figures. YOtJR FAVOR-
ITE may be among them. Comte
in early.
UNIVERSITY MUSIC SHOP
Cor. William at Maynard
TYPING-Theses a specialty. air
rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9087.
C
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-A large suite, oigle
and double rooms. Reduced
prices. 425 -S. Division. Phone
22352. 345
FURNISHED APARTMENT-Light
and clean. 'Private bath. Cen-
trally located. 819 S. State. Call
8837 days and 9196 evenings. 123
WAv1ED
WANTED-Tutor in reading' of
French from 8 to 10 a. m. Apply
by letter addressing 'P. 0. Box
60, Ann Arbor.
LOST
LOSTBar pin with three pearls
and smll stones. Hill Auditor-
ium to State street. Valuable
as gift.. Reward. 922 S. State.
Dial 4724. 34
LOST-A crystal necklace set in
white gold, lost between 1125
White street and corner of Oak-
land and Hill streets, Saturday.
High sentimental value to owner.
Phone 8587. 345
LOST-Dunhill Pipe, Monday aft-
ernoon on 5th Ave. Valued as
a gift. Reward. Call Sanford,
21893. 234
LOST-Small gold wrist watch.
Initials G. W. . Between :Cam-
pus and 1315 -Cambridge Rd.
Finder phone 8466. Reward.
24
LOST -Mortar Board 'pin between,
Martha Cook and Wahr's on
State street. Return to Arliene
Hleilmann, Martha- Cook. Re-'
ward. 234
LOST-Cigarette lighter. Engraved
G.I. N. in Crippen's subway.
Reard $5. Call Vi Harrington,
2-1831. 23
ROUND silver wrist -wath with
silver band on Tappan. or Cam-,
pus. Reward. Dial 7210. 234
FOUND

Brown-Cress & Co.'..
Merrill Lynch'& -Co....

.First Natior&al Bank 1Bldg.
....Main at Huron

FLORISTS
Flowverday . Son ............ 609 13. William
FURS
13. L. Greenbaum ...........448 Spring,.St..
Zwerdling Fur .Shop . ,.....117 East Liberty
FURNI'TURE
Chas: Wuerth & Co........ 113.115 E. Waslhi tos
GRAVEL
Killins Gravel Co......... .5 Kresge Bldg.
GIFTS&
Fotter House of Art... - -.23'6 Soi th Stato
JEWELRY
Carl Bey........ .. .......16 Nickels Arcade
Burr Patterson & Auld....... 60:3 Church
Hallees ..... ...........235 South State
"Sehlander -and Seyfried....... 304 South Main
LAUNDRIES
White wan ..... ..........Press Bldg., Maynard St.
Moe 'Laundry............... 204 North Main
Trojan Laundry.............615 13 Liberty
Varsity' Laundry ............300 South Fifth
These merchants have te full end(

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