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TUESDA'Y, JANUARY 6, 1931

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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VARSTY PCKMEPURDUE INVADESCDAJ[
MaizeC A 1 adIRIe u qjengli SiI/' -2
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Williamson Replaces
RSAw at Guard Post
Li~i, ih-Ljay gamles Dan1-E
'_d t-dWess showed best for shej

Wolverines, both appearing to have
jFound their scoring eyes. T h e i r
both llie nub:Ot&i
buy Wvriliatier £ , of iootball fame., at
one of the guard posts.'

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Reid and Crossman {outstanding
as Wolverines Outscore
Canadian Sextet.
(Continued from page G)
played a nice gamle for the woiv-I
erines.
Although the visitors showed
flashes of form anti a group of
fast skaters, their defense w4;as en-
tirely inadequate to stop C.bri-
liarL eforts of the irieigai for-
ward line. At the sate time their
for wards had difficulty in breaking
through the strong comic: atiuri 01
Williams, x=rouse and T'onlpkins,
who all played well on tide defense
for the Varsity.
Michigan's first score came after
only two minutes and os seconds I
of play. Enemy Reid carried thre
pucK down the side of the ice,
passed to Crossrnian directly ine
wront of the goal mouth, anu. the
Varsity center rifled the snot home.
No .further scores carne until late
in the pcriod, when *the situation
was directly reversed, and Cross-
man passed to ied, who scored
the goal from a position only a few
feet to the lef t of the net.
Ontario Aggies score~d their only
goal a little Tess than riIve rniiite:
after the start of the second ses-
sion. Scollie and Bob henry moth
managed to break througn the
Wolverine defense at, the same tuine,
and hotween themn ha goalie J, R1
Tompkins at tneir iniemc'y. aptollic
pocketed the goal, while lienry wa s
credited with the assist. Less than
a minute later 1lc eid circled 'the
Aggies' defense to feinlt Hague out
01 position and but1 ed the twine
witri the shot.
Within the next minute and a
quarter things haplpenred s wifl y o
Michigan. Ontario's defense see
to go all to pieces; as eid aai
circled the defense and sent an-
other shot home. About a hAlf
minute later Crossmnan sent one
whistling past Hague from directly
in front of the goal, while leass
than a minute after that Crossman
repeated after taking a short pass
.from Reid in front of the net.
tlINET7PS
Michigan P'os. Ont. Agga ,ii
Tompkins .... G .......Hague
Williams....... LD...... S. Henry
Prouse....... RD ........Sm ii t
Grossman .....C .......... Scollie
Reid...........W .. .. Thompson
Courtis ........ RW... ... B. Henry
Spares: Michigan .-- Schlanderer,
_Hildner, Sindles. 0. A. C._ _Stoddart,

(Continued From Page 6) ,,w R_ ui.. I to shape
major compestition, anid the invadl- e VrnaSede
ers wxilfu'r iish that opG'tion O
night. Een though Purdue los t This Week.
,_.ohy lrinectiLndoots, -at~h Oa
V~ ~ ue they still Rc ur Air u<. il
-. .., WolverineWeir i t
c Ei C= O IAseason as an Gop;eer or h
nas oen Aflin t sche:dule. Next Saturday
T t I facerd u othe tir'applers from Wesrt
t~o ~ars iodgila on an eight bout card
d t moltid atc will be one of the best meets
Gol ttack eld in the Field House.
~ e ~rs aoundhis Back in 1929 when the Mich
~ P ~acuar duJ ratmen were flooring tiheo
IJLin and shaoot-
7ng.s u'ds in the Big Ten with casf
no, boys from W. V. came to Ann!A
tut the line-u' p and gave the Wolves the only
agan~tthe£~t;-feat of the season with thef
~' ltugi t~u~iorec of 14 to 12, thus the U
ye, heLoilermakers r\VCJ. next Saturday will take on thez
down on the short end of :. 22-2.1hat f, , lirPfo tAvl-

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wll have to be watched closely or
lae will. ca-,use some trouble f or

Michigan tonight.
The re riiinder of
the Purdtticline-
up, Eddy, Stewart,
anld arl- enter is
cc mposed of new
?.n i who also
nave yet to be
proven in Cbnfer-
ence omipetition.
Coach Veenker
tiii make but one
nagein th e
l.A1'""-noJhe has

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the strength and speed that
two squads can muster.
' Coach Keen has most of hist
'jartists in good conditioon and
the end of the week they sh
b- at the top of their form.I
cations5 now show that eit~her
wat, or Youngman will start
the Wolves in the 115 pound
wnhile there is a choice of eithe,
dinger, Cortez or Bennett in
125 division since Otto the red=
in this class is m ecoverine fro
0ee Wee?. will bat tle
ti~ ee L ,,daker and re'-n
=;f f;~': or t'le 1(35 1)',1a
anid I~ will proba bly light at
iii ess Dougovitc is shoived.
inLt lit'division. Stodard is: <4
'c1 thie 175 round bourt unlessC
u,,er ._ i. u ry prevents him
delndngthe heavyweight ho,
ii- whiccse Sto da ret will tak+
01 i, :e',Yd Dougovito will figi
1 75.

P.o f gu ardl in placve of bS7v
Wesloyano, -and di~d snai a gocd fo
of_ it that he hta czarried a a1cguh _
o oefo the team-. Lne
Wess t ale ading 'scot evrsfor Co ac l
tf >krso far this year Will stagy,

that
ever 1'i-
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.. _-Yi;.. Ladi $ .,:ie il: [ N .00 y..oPure Thread- ,i .."53
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cl> ~e n, hxere is the areaxtesti value ever o'. eredt at c p~che. 7 eas! nvw colors, allI fresh2 stock, tn, ! n aeyuee
r Al ~ ny aleyoueve atendd. eal50cquaity ~ gh:a a '1.P an-and every r
sill.and wool socks, n1ot old' colors lnot o ld stock. a . u ,s l z kbeon al .tra
Eey pair front cur regular stock of 50c values. sale ar 9m a. ing*:c. Thursday the sec-
f We 'Make this offer in order to get you to come on ayo Viga..0h nivray ae
)'I2 i 'his secat sale , w cdmneearlyto look around W ;eoik-to<a cths n 1of<h
ndsee with ;,our own eyes the wonder values tr e ae ee uupedi n ro
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Su-its and Overcoats
CorduroyJakt
Pea Jackets
LeatherBlouses
MAN Y OTHER BARGAINS
209 on Main Ste

Robinson, McLeon, Hudson,
Score by periods:
Michigan .. .............. 2-4-2.
0. A. C..... .............-. -

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Scoring.
First, period- -rossman (Reid)
2:52 (Crossrnan) 17:52.Pelts
Smith, Schianderer.
Second Period---Scollie (la.111 v nty
4:40; Reid unassisted 5:40; Rid?
unassisted 1-,r:34; Grossman un-
assisted 15:09; Grossmyan (Reid)
15:42.
Third period--Reid (Schland crete'
3:46; Schlanderer unassisted 5:51.1
Penalty-Smith.I
Referee- Rushorne (Windsor. '

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Christmas shoppers. We have reduced our entire stock of Men's and
Boys' clothing and furnishings from 20% to 019j. A visit to our
store will convince. you that you can save now a.tf gownng King's.
and Overcot
sell f Made to sell at
$1.65 to $2.00 I
de tobade to sell at
a sel fo « o$2.50 to $3.00
$37 O8Mdp . Made to sell at
f! 3j* ell or c r$3.50 to $5.00
'LIGHT rAND -ME )IUM WEIGri FT
69c o $.00 Made$ to sell at
"TOPCOATS c or$® 01.0
c° forMade to sell at
$h,0and $27.50 ma, $2.75$1.25
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SOur ENIIFJRE S C K of Hats, Underwear, Dressing Go wns,.
Hosiery an-d all other items reduced. from 20 %,' to 50 %, in Price.

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