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THE MTCHICAN DAILY

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CLOSES
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ADVERTISING AT 3 PJ

INOTICE2
BEST SHOE SHINE in town. San-
fords. Sundays, evenings. 1211
E. Ann, 514 E. William. 251c
MRS. H. R. ORR representing
Syncro Motor Co. of Battle
Creek, Mich., will interview stu-
dents at Barber Gym from 11-
12:30 and 1-2:30, Friday, Dec. 4,
1931. 294

HUSKYCAGE TEA
For First Time in Many Years
Doc' Meanwell Has Tall,
Heavy Men.I
MADISON, Wis., Dec. 2.-"For the
first time in years, I have a large
varsity squad with a considerable
number of tall, heavy men," Coach'
Walter E. (Doc) Meanwell said yes-
terday when discussing basketball
prospects at the University of Wis-
consin.
For two months the little doctor
has been working daily with a
promising group of youngsters and
with the opening game now less'
than two weeks distant, he is will-
ing to discuss the nineteen players
who have survived and today con-
stitute his varsity squad. To those
who have followed Meanwell bas-
ketball teams for a decade or more,
the mere fact that Coach Meanwell
is carrying so many players is sig-
nficant. Usually his varsity squad
numbers only eight or ten players.
"I have definitely abandoned the
idea of having a small, shifty clever
team this yea'r," he continued.
"These boys are, most of them, only
eighteen or nineteen years old. They
are husky but awkward, but I am
going to stay with them and by the
second semester, we should be a
pretty fair ball team. 'they lack the
co-ordination and cleverness which
I like but they will improve, slowly
but steadily. I shall use a lot of
green boys because I can see in
them future possibilities which can-
not be expected of little fellows. The
smaller lads look fine and do many
things well but little teams just do
not win ball games.
Meanwell likes to have one fast,
clever forward, however, even when
the rest of his team are big, rangy
chaps. For this reason he will use
Captain Marvin Steen, Russ Tor-
nowske and Bobby Poser, his light-
weight veterans, at right forward,
letting them fight it out for this
wing position, along with Fred Mil-
ler, a 145-pound sophomore who
also is a speed merchant.

INDIANA'S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE TODAY'S I-M CARD
CONTAINS SEVENTEEN HARD GAMES| .Swiming
7:30-Theta Xi vs. Delta Sigma °
Coach Dean Has Entire Team of men. Those surviving the first cut Delta; Chi Phi vs. Phi Lambda
Lettermen; First Game are: Campbell, Shelbyville; Bla- Kappa
With Miami. grave, Washington; Suddith, Mar- Handball
.tinsville; Crocker, Anderson; Ever- 8:3-eianeds.ThtaCh
LDtt, Scottsburg;Hoson, Amo; Rain-8:30-Hemitage vs. Theta Chi
Fot Idan un2 - bolt, Salem; Sawicki, Kenosha, Wis.; C
foball is over at Indiana univer- Smith, Logansport; Reed, .Kewan-f
sity and King Basketball takes the na;tR. Tucker , W-
center of the stage. Coach Everett nS;N R Tucker, Lgr csrg;
D Tucker, Salem ; Weir, Scottsburg-;
iean's 1931-32 net squad will open and Hoffar, Seymour. All are soph- MEET FOR CAGERSk
its camp a uea omores with the exception of Camp-
the Indiana iamihuniersiten bell and Blagrave. This outfit will Freshmen and Sophomores Will
Sten Inana gmdhoe hper. Seven-be increased next week after foot-
teen strenuous games.appar on the ball is over by Dickey, Zeller, the Compete in Tournament.
the current net card. Twelve of two Dauer brothers and possibly .
these are against Big Ten rivals and some others. Work to date has been thntmwillsbsponsredbyl theUn-
apparently will bring I n d i a n a on fundamentals but is gradually ient w be sponsored by the Un-
|against the foremost threats in the becoming more complex. ion next week, to afford freshmen
conference ace. and sophomores an opportunity to
Coach Den has back an entire, participate in a sport in which theyt
team of let ermen with V. Dauer WIlllamson Typifies could not meet varsity competition,r
and Campbell, forwards; Dickey, Idea s of Leadership Hugh Conklin, '32E, president of the
i center; and Bl-agrave and LZeller,rUnion, announced.
guards. In addition he has an up Registration will take place at
and corning squad of cophomore (Ccntinued from Page 6) the Union student offices starting
material to make the outlook good and was elected president of his this afternoon and every afternoon
at the Crimson institution. class in his sophomore year. He is until Monday, Sunday excepted.
' Coach Dean has had his men also a member of Sphinx, junior Students interested in forming
working strenuously for the past honorary society on this campus. teams are urged to sign up.
few weeks and only recently was The captain-elect truly typifies the Teams will play against groups in
able to make up his mind on shav- Michigan ideals of scholarship, ath- both their own class and the other
ing the squad down to a total of 14 letics, and sportsmanship. class._

]VOR SALE
REPOSSESSED CARS-Buy from
i finance company for balance
due. 311 W. Huron. Phone 22001
235
FOR SALE-Ford roadster, model
A,1929, 4 new tires, motor just
$150, terms. Call Bishop 6017.
" 300
[ IINSTRUMENTS FOR SALE-Ava-
lonbanjo uke with case, perfect
(Continued from Page 6condition. Very reasonable. 520
(otnefrmPg6)E. Williams. 297
Collister, Wilbur Bohnsack, Jack
Boden, Harry Kimmel and Fred Al- FOR SALE-Man's 18 inch leather
len. Most of these men were mem- lined, $25 cowhide bag, $9. Brus-
sels rug, 9 by 12, $12 overdraped.
bers of the freshman squad last 23843. 296
year, and are highly rated players GRAVEL
although they will probably not see PhR2I L
much service this season because of Phone 7112, Killins Gravel Co.
293c
the large number of veterans on the__
team'. WANTED
The lettermen of last year who IDEAL LAUNDRY CO.
were on the football squad this fall
are all out and ready for action on 204 North Main Phone 3916
the court with the exception of Laundry drop box at Barbecue
Tessmer who is still troubled with opposite Angell Hall. 200c
an injured )houlder.
SALESMEN - An opportunity to
VARSITY TRAC handle something new. Colle-

FOR nELNT
FOR SALE OR RENT-440 Highlan
Rd. Prof. Gingerich, on accour
cf poor health, being compelle
o go west, authorizes us to se
his strictly modern, exclusively lc
cated, high class eight room resi
dence at a great sacrifice. Fc
particulars and an appointmer
to see this, call D. S. McQcoml
4812 or 21534. 23
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LOST-Man's black pocketbool
Lost Su day. Call 23281. Roor
206.'29
LOST-Pen and pencil combinatio
mottled black and white. Rewarc
1004 Forest. Phone 4671. 2
LOST-Ladies' blue Swan fountai
pen in or near Natural Scienc
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Call 7717. 2

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