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December 03, 1930 - Image 7

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Coach Worries About Defensive AL- MPSANB L
Play of Squad as First Tonight will witness the opening
Game ooms.round of the all-campus handball
Game ooms.tournament with nine matches
scheduled for 7:30 o'clock~ to be fol-
TO MPKIN'S POST SAFE lowed by twelve more at 8:30
____o'clock. The same numbjer of
With the opening of the Varsity matches will be staged tomorrow
hockey schedule with Chatham,, night. The pairings:
Ontario, of the Ontario Hockey 7:30---A. Cohen vs. C. Carter;
Association only two weeks alway. Weinberg vs. Atlivaick; Larson vs.
Coach Eddie Lowrey is dziriv.ng-hi-Englemon; Jackman vs. Beck;
charges through some stiff wor- Kracht vs. Lanning; Grawcock vs.
outs in an attempt to perfect thie Sullvzold; Rendleman vs. Neitzke;
defensive play of his squ=ad. Tfafe vs. Hause; Potashnik vs.
Up to the prcespent tim-.e Lowrey 1 Meeder.
is fairly well satisfied ti .'.ntle per- 2:30-Redniss vs. Jones; Walker
form~pance of his front line, but he( vs. Mortimer; Deventer vs. Potter;
feels tha.t before he can send hi,,:Royston vs. Lomont; Campbell vs.
tea~agint te kndof ppoi-Sto.; Woodward vs. Maisier;
tion that 'Chatham pro;.nisess to bc Gajda vs. Gronow; Coney vs. Rick-
his defense mnus t be grcwti'v Un!; Lance vs. Koretz; Reder vs.
strengthened.- Maurer; Pont vs. Oberg; Brown vs.I
Front Line Strcng. oey
The front line, which will1 line ALL-CAMPUS SQUASH
up.aganstth Onari c,;)nens, The all-campus squash tourney
will be picked from a group) of five also gets under way tonight with
experienced men, Courtis, Red ten matches at 7:30 o'clock, ten
Schandrer Sidle an Crssnanat 3:30 o'clock, and four in the
with the probability that the call windup set at 9:30 o'clock. The
will go to the first two and the lase aiins
namel. I7:30-Nelson vs. Fisk; Goodman
The nly ne o the vs.A. Cohen; Swanson vs. Collins;
who~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~s is anywhere near being asseur-Drtv.Aho;MivsWlon
edo trig posto i op- Brownell vs. Pocock; Becker vs.
kins, who has been showing up Diack; Donovan vs. Goldsmith;
particularly well in practice thus Stei s e;Lefsyv.Dw
far at goal. However, Langen, Witl- v.Do Lnet v.Dw
liamis, Grichar, and Hildner are 8:0Fstrv. uyns rn
putting on a merry battle for the vs. LotWer vs. usenb ry;e
other two defensive positions. . etoerts. anton;s Hisnhan
At te peset tme owry ~vs. Conrad; Kendall vs. Baucklan;
also dickering for another practice
gam beorethereglarConereceMerry vs. W. J. Browne; Grace vs.
gaebfr terglr ofrneC. Ryan; Bishop vs. Dodds; Mussey
season gets under way, with thevs
University of Western Ontario for v. Rademaker.
Dec. 12, but it is not certain that 9: 30-Brien vs. Hubbard; Holland,
this game can be arranged. vs. Gardiner; Phelps vs. Sam Cohen;
Issues Call for Freshmen. Gawne vs. Nelles.
Lowrey wishes to reiterate his In one of the most surprising up-
call for any freshmen who have sets in fraternity tank circles in
had any hockey experience. At the recent times Chi Phi nosed outrsnThtCi210inahilngdl
peettime a squad of about 40 TtaChe12 n hiligda
aeout, but he would like, to raise meet Monday night. During cus fteme w rtert
this nauimber if possible. The year- simn eod etb h
lings will work out at 6:15 tonight swimming __records _wentbythe
in the Coliseum.
In. an effort to stir up some en-
thusiasim among the student body
for hockey Lowrey has issued a
special invitation to attenid the
practice sessions and wa tch how % u c,
the fastest of all indoor games is
played by experts. The practices
are held every night from 6:15 to
7:30 in the Coliseum.I
The team will be defending the
Western Conference hockey title
that was won from Minnesota and
Wisconsin last season. The present
season's Big Ten schedule, how-
ever, has not yet been arranged.
Ahletic' Awarets. .
IThose who received awards' y

cress coup try ti for heComn at the pivTot Position.
boards with the Theta Chi natatorsyer Shelton vc hsniytc In SpIte of the fact that Purdue
annexing both of the new ones. vo' e of Ca ptaeix-EctW e, Au, - is having^ difficulties in their ath-
The result of the contest was in
doubt up to the final event, the ' ''zopaindl'a :>eflx th etic de artinent, they will con.tinuse
diving and only by gaining cigrht Ithrzee lettEr in.r .' far to place abalsketball team in the
points in this did Chi Phi secure souad, Mor timsu - 1Tvks.rni Conferenc : and, make a bid to re-I
P, winning m-argin. 'rho Theta Chi * me-ezager, and eeh lueihot ta their hold on the title secuzred
relay team~ broke the exis ng re- .Duriing hi., buw cy h in the 1930 season. The Wolverines
cord in the 100-yard relay by swim-- newly elected yiu-c wsomm will meet the Boilermakers in their
inin Q the distance in 49 seconds as ber ci the teu;(: 'r>~~v is Big Ton contest in Ann Arbo
comnpared with the old record o f teanm, wiznii ri n~u-al nta on Jan. 6 and again on the Purdelu
49 3-5 seconds set by Phi Kappa spor-' ' floor FEb. 23.
Psi in 1923. _ __
Hartwell of the Theta Chi sonad
swain the 25-,yard breast strobe ~
14 3-5 seconds to clip 1-5 of a sec-
ond off the old record set by rob- IN SH O0 E S
inson of Sigm a Alpha Mu in 1928. ,.-.-- ---_..-.
Ch i Phi won only' two of the five
events; the 25-yard free style which ~ mart ..here,
was captured by Crouse, andi the ?t
diving 'w hich Ealln Qr won. Ir Mli ! there and
and Iiartwe.l of Theta Chi won thV
25- y an -ot ack troko and br eoc '~ everywhere h
stroke respec tively.
k.. Ashoe of such
ragy.oc_" sp isaton a

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co'" ' ikgemeneverywhere respond
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You will find Edgeworth at your
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Tommie Mack
310 So. State

Tutoring Agency
Phone 792'7

IF you have odd hose of miscel-
laneous colors still serviceable,
let us pair them for you. Dyed to
match in any color you desire.
35c per pair. Tel. 23865. 12
Tommie ,Naqk Tutoring Agency
310 S. State" Phone 7927
Careful attention paid to ladies'
fine silks.
Phone 3916 204 :N. Main St.
Forest near South University
TYPING, script, of all kinds; corn-
p ili n g, manuscript, statistics,
stenography. Phone 9094.
iNOTICE :--Here is, a new advertis-
ing medium that is sure to get
results. Call 2121-4 for informa-
tion and rates.
TYPING-Theses a specialty. F'air
rates. M. V. Hartsuf'f. Dial _087.
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this year for "B" team, Physical
Eds, Freshman, Varsity football,
or Reserve awards, in order to
receive themr before Christmnas
must call at the athletic office
at once for measurement.
IH. A. Tiliotson,



551 CHURCH ST.-2 or 3 rooms;
everything furnished; newly re-
modeled; very reasonable. Phone
2-1588. B, Groves. 123456
BATCHELOR APT. for 1 or 2; steam
heat; conveniently located and
close to campus. 507 S. Division.
flat, with garage if desired.
Handy to schools and city bus
lines. Phone 4023. 234561
-Will sacrifice for quick sale.
Call 6678. 1219 Franklin Blvd.
FOP. SALE:--A new kind of adver-
tising -- Classified Liners -- they
appeal to the reader and rates
are surprisingly low.
WANTED-Used skis, 7, 8-foot, pre-
ferably with harness. Call 7542. 2
$2.00t- weekly. Box 151, Daily. 2
WANTED-Six girl students; ex-
cellent pay. Must have had
selling or clerking experience.
Apply 220 S. State. Afternoons
from tbhrve to five p. m. Harold
Goldman. 2
WANTEDJ-Two men students to
board f with .private family. Rlea-
soiiaple. 720 Haven Ave. Phone
4578. 123
LOST-A main's steel clad Swiss
wrist watch having a radium dial
and leather strap: ,Lost Thursday
or Friday last week. Liberal re-
ward. Please notify Frank Ken-
nedy, 548 So. State St. Phone
21003. 2
LOST-Camel's hair coat, tan.
Taken from second floor Union
lobby -Sunday afternoon. $25
reward, absolutely no questions
asked. Phone 2-23141, ask for
Stresen Reuter. 234
LOST-Brown leather purse on
Monday evening. Contents valu-
able. Reward. Dial 9617. 2
LOST--A Morrison & Commnager
history book, property of Harley
J. MacNeal, has been missing for
a long time now. Reward if re -
turned! Give the little boy a
hand. Call 6717._ 234
LO05T - Bulova wrist watch in
Waterman Gym. Had metal wrist
band. Reward. Phone 8034. 2
FOUND:-A new advertising asset
for progressive merchants. Call
the Daily office, 2121-4 and let us
explain it.


All makes of machines. I
Our equipment and per-
sonnel are considered
among the best in the State. The result { See full page announcement
of twenty years' careful building.
314 ;Soth State Phone 6615
11 11
C, -and the Bond Business
is more important
,than. knowing persons


What pcople do ... and why they do it ...
their actions and reactions individually and
as groups .. . these are important considera-
ions to the business and professional man.
The psychology class room is destined to
play an increasingly important part in
developing leadership in the qualities
needed to further the world's scientific, in-
dustrial and financial progress.
The student who acquires a knowledge
of human behavior and applies it, is more
apt to succeed in the bond business than
the irnan who thinks his success is depen-
dentt upon how many influential people he
may know-in short upon "pull." Wealth
or social position cannot be relied upon to

assure business progress; they may be a
handicap, unless their owner possesses thc
other more essential faculties -such as
quick and sure judgment of character, power
of analysis, application and perseverance.
You may have thought casually about the
investment business as a possible career.. .
or it may never have occurred to you. In
either case, you will find it helpful in decid-
ing your future, to read our booklet, The
Bono Business -IrVha! it Requiraf -W/hat it
0/fr rs. Or, if it is convenient for you to stop)
in at one of our offices, the ixaniger will be
glad to tell you about the bond businecss
and help you decide whether it is the right
business for you.

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