THE MICHIGXAN DA~~ILY
U I TILRNIS
cO0M PLE .TION,
Squash, Tennis Meets
)us Handball, Squash,
are all advanced to the
hatches now and awaitl
mplete the respective
s and settle the question
,rs thecrowns for the
r. Only in the squasht
n guesses be made as)
able outcome, so close
estants running even at
ast year's handball champion,
lps, has a quarter-final match
with Lundberg, the winner to
y Straub in the semi-finals. The
up seens to indicate a victory
Lundberg in the quarters and
e play in the next match. Cohen
i Lance, already stand paired to
et in the semis with the latter
light favorite to carry through
the play-off with perhaps Lund-Y
Vilson, defending squash cham-
n bowed to Nelson, the favored
n for this year's crown, in their
rter-final match, and the win-
'awaits the results of the Rein-
-Hubbard games. Dort is already
the semi-final bracket and will
y the winner of Deo and Fiske
see who gets the honor to tackle'
favored Nelson when he reaches
n tennis play Levinne and Corey
paired for one semi-final match
le Sand4usky and Misen will
nilh tl action in the other. Re-
is here are hard to foretell and
s safest to say that the winner
. not have much margin when
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r for a 51-24 beating in contrast
the 45-30 beating which Michi-
or was this the worst of the sit-
ion, for the Wildcats annexed
ry first place but one in con-
st to the Wolves who dropped
ee first places to D. Y. C. The
ple 160-yard relay team also set
ew world's record in that event
the meet with a new time of
1.8. Capt. Wilson, Highland,
I Wilcox made up the winning
. Michigan will have to watch
[cClellan of D. Y. C. turned in a
e of 2:37 to take the breast
ke from Lennox of the Wild-
s, but had to stretch that out to
) only for Michigan. Willard and
kie are the big diving threats
t the Wildcats boast who will
the sternest opposition that
Ik Degener of. the Wolves .will
into this season. Wilcox of
thwestern is their mainstay i
century and was able to tufn
a time of :54.6 in comparison
h Michigan's second best in this
fig Ten Race to Slow
as Examinations Loom
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five will have to vont themselves on
Marquette in the only game" of that;
period for them.1
The fighting Illini, intent on
keepingup the reputation they in-
herited by beating the Boilermak-
ers, will have three contests to test'
them. On ,Feb. 9, they will meet
Bradley, on the thirteenth, Ohio
State will try their strength, and on1
the fifteenth, the Gophers, also high#
in the race, will play them.
Wisconsin's Badgers will not have
a very busy time of it. Butler will
be their first opponent of the fort-
'aight, on the tenth of the month.
their remaining clash is with In-
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We've ousted the collar-shredder..
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TYPEWRfTING AND MIMEO-
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done. O. D. MORRILL, 314 So.
State St. 308c
EAT-Meal tickets $5.50 for $4.50,
special Steak and Chop Dinner 40c.
Forest Inn 538 Forest Ave.
FOR SALE-One tuxedo, size 38;
several uncalled suits for sale;
very reasonable. 921 E. Huron.
Dial 8838. - 448
IRISH CAGE $QUAD
HAS ST RONG START
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defensive game at guard that
proved so sensational in the tourn-
aments last year, although he has
been kept out of. action by injuries
in a few games. Wayne Dwyer at
guard and Ed Engle at center have
proved the best finds among the
St. Thomas has won the district
and regional titles in Class D for
two years. Last year they were
nosed out, 21-20 by Bridgman in
the semi-finals of the state tourna-
The Intramural Sports Build-
ing will be closed evenings dur-
ing the balance of the exami-
nation period. This moves the
closing hour up to 6:00 P.M.
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E. Washington. 414c
ATTRACTIVELY furnished room
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SINGrLE ROOM $3.50, double $2.50;
private home. Dial 8735. 1 405c
FOR RENT: ROOMS FOR MEN!
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Hot and cold running water in
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Lounging room with radio..
Opposite Intramural Building
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EXPERIENCED, cultured woman
will act as temporary house
mother or tuitor. Care of Dean
of Women. References. 443
ROOM for two \boys, $2.50 each
with or without board. Board $5
a ~week. Corner o f No. U. and
Forest. One block east of Medic
and Dental buildings. 1302 ,No.
FOR RENT-One suite for 2 or 3,1
boys-3 singles-2 doubles. One
block from Campus. Call 21502.
- suite and singles,
FOR RENT-2 double rooms or will
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FOR RENT-A single room in pri-
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TWO large suites close to
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OLVES TO PLAY
rOW A AND STATE
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n showed the power that .is,
essed by the Maize and Blue
rs. Daniels has worked well
his new position at forward
has developed into a capable
zing mate for the smooth work-
Whitey Eveland. Garner, at
er, also has improved consider-
over his early season work,
e Weiss and Williamson have
1 outstanding in almost every
e in which they have taken a
Williamson, in addition to
excellent wo'rk on defense, has
in much greater aptitude for
ng than he showed last winter.
* Seaond-and Rebuilt,
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j n! S. State 5t., Ann Arbor.
INdesirable location; one suite
and 2 singles; reasonable price.
429 S. Division. 429
FOR RENT-Double room; near
Intramural building. 918 South
State St. 445
FOR RENT-Modern 6 room and
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,FOR RENT-Front, single room;
newly decorated; double desk;
several chairs; quiet. 702 Tap-
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FOR RENT-Large, light, warm
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