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SAT1U DAY, PERRUARY 21, 1931

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BOXING SHOW IT Wolverine Gymnasts
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Enlund Loses To Taylor in Fast
Bout in Middleweight
Division.
One of the most successful box-
ing shows ever staged here was run
off last night in the boxing room at
the Intramural building under the
direction of Coach Let Philbin. This
tournament, an interclass affair,
was comprised of five bouts, where
seven had been originally planned,
but two of the contestants failed
to shov up in time to weigh in.
L. Laser won his way into the
finals of the lightheavyweight divi-
sion by defeault when his opponent
failed to make an apearance.
In the feature bout of the eve-
ning, Enlund, a junior, lost a close
decision to Taylor, a first year man,
after an extra round had been
called after the judges were unable
to pick the winner after the regu-
lation three frames.
In the welterweight class, Fox
gained the judges decision over Red
Elliott, of mat fame, in three
rounds of furious fighting. This
bout showed that both men have
possibilities of developing into first
rate fightersk
There were two bouts scheduled
in the lightweight division. In the
first fight Golden won from McEl-
wain by a decision while in the
second Jack Ralstin, a freshman
had rather an easy time convincing
the judges that he was the best'
man in the ring.
The final bout was in tne featner-
weight class, with Pocock winning
the decision over R. White in a
bout which kept the large crowd of
spectators on their feet through-
out the three rounds of fighting.
This tournament last night was
mainly for the purpose of stimulat-
ing interest for the All-Campus
boxing show which Coach Philben
is planning for the near future, and
according to the boxing mentor,
more than fullfilled his expecta-
tions both in the quality of the
fighting shown and in the interest
displayed.

(Continued From Page 6)
Steinburg and Hanna will be the
only ones to carry the Maize and
Blue colors in the side horse and
parallel bars. Parker and Decker
wil be Coach West's choice for the
entered as the second Wolverine.
flying rings.
Michigan will have the regular
number of entries in only one divi-
sion-tumbling. Parker, Goldsmith,
and Ellsworth are the Wolverine
tumblers. Decker will uphold Mich-
igan's honor in the swinging of the I
Indian clubs.
As a result of the ineligibility
'blow handed to the gymnasts, all
hopes of a successful inaugural
season have been swept aside. Dur-
ing the first semester Michigan was
rated on a par with Minensota.
Illinois defeated Minnesota by a
narrow margin and Coach West
considered his former team equali
to the Indian's with a good oppor- I
tunity of winning the contest.
IL FTgI SODMENT,
Powerful Indian Team Will Test
Varsity; Lineup Includes
Pair of Champions.
Michigan's Varsity fencing team
will meet the strong Illinois team
at Urbana tonight. Captain Gor-
don will lead his team against the
strongest aggregation in the Big
Ten, which boasts of two individu-
al champions in their veteran.line-
up.
Captain Seibert and Schlickert
in the epee and sabre events are
the two champions from the Illini
that will meet Michigan. Each is'
considered the strongest men in
the Conference in their fields. The
Gordon-Schlickert match in the
sabre class will be a grudge affair
as each has defeated the other once
in previous meetings.
Haier and Gross were former
champions but are inelegible be-
cause of graduation on the Indian
team. However they still have
Wheeler in the foils, and Gilbert
and left-handed Friedberg as mas-
ter foilsmen of last year's cham-
pionship aggregation.
Against these stars Coach John-
stone will pit Captain Gordon,
Friedman, and Lovell in the sabre
class. Gordon and DeStefano will
represent Michigan in the foils.
Winig and Powers will fence in the
epee division.
Ed George Sends Rival
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WOLVERINE CAGERS
TO FACEHO'OSIERS
Two Quintets Battle for Third
Place in Big Ten Race;
Altenhof May Play.
(Continued From Page 6)
losing the game by a final score of
28-15.
In this game Campbell was the
only man on the squad to cash in
on more than one try from the
floor, his total being two. All man-
ner of combinations were tried dur-
ing this game, but to no avail. On
the other hand Michigan h a s
shown great scoring power in its
last three games, letting Chicago,
Ohio State, and Ypsilanti Normal
down by scores which total 127
points, while the opposition has
been able to score only 45 markers.
By the form which the Wolves
have shown in the last games they
have played, they rank as distinct
favorites to em-
....erge from t h e
game tonight as
holders of third
>.:.place without a
tie, However.
Coach Veenker's
men have had a
long layoff since
t h e Ohio State
game, and while
they showed scor-
ing ability a-
"ALTENHOF gainst Ypsi, their
fi o o r work left
much to be desired in the way of
smoothness.
Despite the fact that it was re-
ported that Ray Altenhof would not
start tonight because of an injury
to his ankle, Coach Veenker hopes
that his star guard will be in shape
to make an appearance when the
fray opens. In case the blond flash
is not able to start, Estil Tessmer,
Varsity football player, will get the
call. Tessmer has been sent into
several games this year and has
given a good account of himself in
each appearance.
Otherwise the line-up which will
take the floor tonight will be the
same as has been
used in the last
C o nfe ren ce
games, with Eve-
land and Petrie
at the forwards,
Daniels at center,
a n d Williamson
at guard. D a nz-
iels is Michigan's
high point man
so far this year,
and was leading
the Big Ten in EVELAND
t h is department_________________
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Hear Ye!. ear Ye!4
The Michigan Daily Crier calls to your atten-
tion its Classified Directory of Ann Arbor
merchants for your own use to simplify your
buying.

(Cut This Out And Keep In A Convenient Place)

BANKS
Ann Arbor Savings.......
Farmers and Mechanics.
First National..........
BEAUTY SHOPS
College Beauty Shop ....,.
Delmar Beauty Shop..... .
Publix Beauty Shop . ......
DiMattia Beauty Salon....
Raggedy Ann Beauty Shop.
Stoddard Hair Shop. . .. . .

707 North University
Nickels Arcade
..Washington and Main
..300 South State
. . . Ann Arbor Trust Bldg.
... East Liberty at Fourth
... 340 South State
. 1110 South University
. 707 North University

MARKET
Ann Arbor Dairy...........
Arbor Springs Water.......
Forest Ave. Market .........
Daisy Meat Market..........
Purity Pastry Shop.
Conley Produce Co.... .
lschelbach Market
Iloaglin Pie ....
McDonald's Ice Cream..... .
Ruby Delecatessen..........

.118
. 4th
.530
.118
707
219
202
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436
.611

Guest Liberty
and Catherine
S. Forest Ave.
Washington
Packard
East Washington
East Huron
Miller
Third
East University

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BOOKS, STATIONERY, SUPPLIES
Mayer and Schairer ......... 112 South Main
0. D. Morrill................314 South State
Slaters Inc. ................340 & 334 S. State, 549 l. (1.
Student Supply...............1111 South University
George Wahr's...............316 South State
CANDY AND SODAS

MEN'S CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS
Browning, King Co...........319 South Main
Conlin and Wetherbee........118 East Washington
'tom Corbett.................116 East Liberty
Del Prete..................,213 East Liberty
Fiegels................... ..332 South Main
Lindenschmitt and Apfel.....209 South Main

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NOTICE
PYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9087.
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FOR RENT

WARM pleasant rooms, single $3
and $4; double $2.50 and $3.
718 Monroe. Phone 22218. 345
VOR RENT-Nice single room on
second floor, $3.50 per week. 420
Thompson St. Phone 21559. 345
SO R R E N T - Desirable single
tooms, reasonable, close to cam-
pus. 1332 Geddes. Phone 3022.
345
DOUBLE and single rooms for men.
Also roommate wanted. Phone
5320. 345
P0 R R E N T--One single room,
clean and warm. 516 Cheever
Court. Phone 7073. 345
,10OR RENT -1111 Michigan; at-
tractive three room apartment in
quiet home, near campus; fur-
uished and heated; $35.00. Phone
21840. 456
TR.ONT two room suite one half
block from Campus. Six dollars
a week for two. Four dollars for
one. With first class board $9.50
for one; $8.50 eath for two.
Phone 5156. 456
R00MS -Nice suite in pleasant
home; 3 blocks northeast of cam-
pims; reasonable. 928 Oakland.
456
ZENT---Pleasant front room for
one or two boys. Approved house.
127 N. State. Dial 21298. 56
LARGE pleasant room, double or
single. Shower bath. Approved
house for men students. Rent
reasonable. 536 Thompson. Dial
2-2266. 56
BEAUTIFUL large front room for
two. Also single room for teach-
er, graduate or business girl.
Steam heat, shower, garage. Dial
8544. 422 E. Washington. 561
FOR RENT-514 E. Jefferson. Large
front room on first floor; also
housekeeping suite. Phone 4593.
56
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-For faculty family.
Wornderful, roomy home on
Brooklyn, near Ferdon. Owned
by out-of-town financial concern.
Make an offer. Phone represen-
rtative at 8373. 345

Besy Ross..........
Sweetland ...........
Preketes Sugar Bowl.

.Nickels Arcade
.212 South Main
.109 South Main

£ £aJiLl1arpLCX1
(By . ssociated Press)
BOSTON, lieb. 20.-Nick Lutze,
California grappler, was on the
danger list at the city hospital to-
day because of injuries received
last night during a match with Ed
George, recognized in many states

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as world's heavyweight wrestling
champion. He is suffering from con-,
cussion of the brain.
After 31 minutes of wrestling
Lutze pinned a double arm lock
and body fall on George while they
were against the ropes and both
fell out of the ring. The 215-pound
George landed on top and Lutze
was severely shaken. It was a
couple of minutes before the Paci-
fic Coast grappler staggered back
through the ropes.
George ran in as Lutze gained
the canvas, secured an inside
crotch and body lock on the Cali-
fornian, and slammed him to the l
mat. Lutze was rendered uncon-
scious.
BADGER PUCKMEN '
T O PLAY TONIGHT
Meet Wolverines in Second Tilt
of Two Game Series.
(Continued From Page 6)
opening game of the Wisconsin ser-
ies and appeared to be completely
ooff form, losing the puck several
times on advances and failing to
make contacts with his passes. The
whole offense seemed to lack that
fine punch which means the dif-'
ference between victory or defeat.
When the teams go on the ict
tonight the lineups will be approx-
imately the same as those which
faced each other in Thursday's em-
broglio with the Cardinal strength
centering around Thompson at left
wing. Meiklejohn at right wing,
Bach at center, and Metcalfe and
Gallagher at the defensive posts.
Frisch will b- busy stopping Michi-
gan's thrusts at the net. The Maize
and Blue sextet is unchanged with
Tompkins doing the goal defense
work, Williams and Prouse at de-
fense, Crossman at center, and Reid
and Schlanderer at the wing posi-
tions.
CHIICAGO, Feb. 16.-A world's
heavyweight championship fi g h t

CLEANERS
American Rug Cleaning . . . .. 1032 Greene
Goldman Cleaners............214 South State
Greene Cleaners . , .......... 516 E. Liberty
Oswald Katz, Cleaner.........814 South State
Swiss Cleaners................209 South 4th
Chas. Doukas .... .... 1319 South Unit
DANCING
Michigan Union .........302 South State
Michigan League ............North Un iversity
DEPARTMENT STORES
Goodyear Co................124 South Main
J. R. Klines & Co 306-308 South M
Mack & Co Main at\ iberty
The Homne Supply...... 209 E. Washingtu
DRUGS
Ann St. Drug Co 1117 East Ann
Calkins-Fletcher 324 & 818 S. Sta
Crippens Store No. 3 ........ North University
Eberbach & Sons . .......... 200 East Liberty
Quarry Drug ....... . . .. 317 South State
Swift Drug ................340 South State
ELECTRICAL AND RADIO

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Marquardt, Tailor .......
Masten and Chase .......
Saffell and Bush .........
Thompson's ............
Tinker & Co...........
Van Boven Inc..........
Wadhams & Co.........
Wagner Co.
Wild & Co.,.....
PHOTOGRAPHERS
Spedding Studio ........
Dey Studio ...........
Francisco Boyce.......
Rentschler Studio
M AUSIC
Un iversity Music House . .
Choral Union Concerts.

....619
....334
....719

E. Liberty
South State
North University

.319 East Huron
Maynard at William
Hill Auditorium

.608 East Liberty
.211 South Main
.....604 East Liberty
.....1107 South Universit
.342 South State
......326 South State
....109 East Washington
. ..303 South State
..3.11 South State

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R ECREATION
Mullison's Stables ........326 East Ann
RESTAURANTS AND TEA ROOMS
Freeman's Dining Room......809 East Washington
L.aneHall Tavern...........State at Washington
M Htt..................... South State
New Granada..............3.13 South State
Parrot ......................338 South State
R. and S. Lunch ............605 Church
Betsy Ross ..................... Nickel's Arcade
German American............512 East William
The Tavern ................Maynard
Michigan Union ............
League .....................

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RUGS
Merrick Heirloom Rugs..

Crosley-Amrad Radio Shop
Ernst Bros..............
Detroit Edison.........
FINANCIAL
Brown-Cress & Co....... .
Watling Lerchen & Haye
FLORISTS
Flowerday & Son .......
FURS
Zwerdling Fur Shop...
FURNITURE
Stanger Furniture .........
GIFTS
Foster House of Art.
JEWELRY
Carl Bey ...............
Burr Patterson & Auld,..
Hallers ................
Schlander and Seyfried..
LAUNDRIES
Trojan Laundry........
Varsity Laundry
Moe Laundry ......... .

.615 E. William
.210 South Fourth
Main at William

928 Church

... First National Bank Bldg.
s . ... First National Batik Bldg.
.....609 E. William
217 aist Liberty
. 119 West Liberty
236 South State
.16 Nickels Arcade
... .603 Church
.235 South State
304 South Main

SCHOOLS
Hamilton Business College . . . State at William
Mack Tutoring Agency.......310 South State
SHOE REPAIRING
A. T. Cooch & Son .........1109 South University
Washington Shop .............107 Liberty
SHOE STORES
Alexander Inc. ............. .324 South State
Campus Bootery..............115 South State
Burton's Walk-Over Shop.....304 South State
Kinney Shoe Co.............117 South Main
J. Murphy Boot Shop........9 Nickel's Arcade
Ziefle & Nissle ...............307 South Main
Jacbson's .................. East Liberty

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George Moe................ .North University, 902 S. State
WOMEN'S GARMENTS AND FURNISHINGS

Collins Shop ..............
Goodyear Co. .............
C. J. Hutzel..............
Jacobson's .................
Kline Stores ..............
Mack & Co. ..............
McKinsey Hat Shop....
E. F. Mills Co............
Dana Richardson. ...
Rubley Shop.......... ..
Vogue Shop ...............

...124 South Main
. 600 East Liberty
.301 South Main
.. Liberty, near State
. Main, near Liberty
Main, near Liberty
.227 South State
..118 South Main
Nickel's Arcade
8 Nickel's Arcade
..221 South Main

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