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February 18, 1932 - Image 7

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THE MICHICAN DAILY

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[HOME TILT4
eteran Defensi man,
Ister Maize-and-
Second Line.
s, star defenseman on
Western Conferenc^e
hockey team, report-
Lowrey last night in
.. e will need four
of strenuous practice
:lass condition, Coach
,nce gives the hockey
good defensemen for
.e Conference hockey
Wisconsin at 8 o'clock
in the Coliseum. The
of tl'e series will be
lay night.
ies between Michigan
inals were postponed
e season because of
tions at Madison. The
rescheduling "the. two
n the season to play
stponement appears
e Michigan is bodked
weeks in advance with
s with Marquette and
Michigan could not
tnesota in their first
Wisconsin was able
match between them.
nesota scored 10 goals
Badgers while MichiT
hem .to four scores.
3 trying out a new
the Gophers and he
goals in line shots the
hree out of seven in
Ind three out of six'
New Goalie.
as given way to a new
.as shown such rapid
in their last few
he pronises. to chal-
i Tompkins for goal-
rs. Michigan has pre-+
cky offense to get l
Cardinal's star tender,
fCrossma~n, Reid, and
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8RAQVT WIELDERS
University Club Team Will Face
Wolverines on Intramural
Cmtitts Tonight.

Reiff, Daniels, and
Moffitt Taes Lead
for Scoring Crown

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Led by four members of the teams
which-won the Class "A" Squash
j# championship of Michigan recently,
the University Club of Detroit will
invade the Intramural building to-
ight in a match with the Michigan
squad composed of students, fac-
ulty, and alumni, the matches be-I
ginning at 7:30.
In addition to the matches be- I
tween the two teams, it is expected
that George Miklen, squash profes-
sionfl at the University Club, will1
give an exhibioi and talk o
squash strokes and fundamentals.
Although the University Club
s . - carries only 12 players, there will1
be a total of 24 matches during the
{ evening as each of the Club players
will engage in, two matches, the
Bill Williams. lMichigan squad having 24 players.
--~~- _The personnel of the Club squad
a . is composed of Roby, Paddock,
Michigan has been pointing for Reindel, and Worchester of the
the Badger matches this year as a Class "A" chainpions; Bruske, Cal-
result of the unsatisfactory ending ahan, Leonard. Sinith, and Burke of
of last year's games between the the Class "B" squad, which was de-
two schools. Wisconsin was beaten feated by the local team in the
pre-season matches but finals of the state championships;
in severalpand Griffith. Taylor, and Marshall.
have formed the habit of complete I The Michigan squad will include
revenge in the last two weeks, de- Dort, Friske, Dodeo. Hinchman,
feating their conquerors with over- Reindel, Wilson, Nelson, Pocock,
whelming scores. Wausau went Lenfesty, and Westover, students;
down in defeat last Saturday at Blott, Smith, Webster, R i s k e y,
their hands, 5-2, after previously Kipke, James, Blockett, Nilhuss,
winning from the Badgers 7-1. Mann, Gregg, faculty; and Gehring,
Captain Gorelon Meiklejohn is Vick, LeFever, Beebe, and Failing,
the offensive star of the Cardinals alumni.
with Halverson, Stehr, and Kubista
on the front line to aid him. Billy
Southworth joined the squad the There is soipe relative or friend
second semester for the first time who has a Birthday today or to-.
and proved to be the needed addi-
tion to give Wisconsin a rugged de- mnorrow. Flowers express your
fense. sentiment. Why not do it now.
The University

(Continued Prom Page 6)
He holds seventh :place with a total
of 48 markers, 42 of which have
been scored on two-point shots,
only 6 coming on free tosses.
Although it-is impossible to pre-
dict the result of the scoring race,
Reiff's ability will undergo a severe
test as all of the remaining four
games on the Northwestern sched-
ule are crucial contests. Daniels,
trailing Moffitt by two points, has
one more-game to play and is thus
favored to finish the season in sec-
ond place.
NOTICE
All battery men please report
to the Field House today after 2
o'clock.
Ray Fisher, Baseball Coach.

INTRAMURAL TANK|
MEET IS PLANNED
Prefximn jies Are Scheduled -for
Feb. 23; Finals Next Day.
One of the jutstanding events in
the Intramural comnietition will
take place February 23 and 24-
with the annual fraternity swim-l
ming meet takes place in the Intra-
mural pool, the preliminaries oc-
durring on Tuesday and the finals
oWednesday.
In this meet, all the fraternities,
will conipete at one time a.sds-
tinguished from the dual meets
which have been held earlier in the
year.
Contestants will participate in
eight events to determine individu-
al and team championships. In or-
der of event they are: 200-yard free
style relay, 50-yard breast stroke,
50-yard free style, 220-yard free
style, 50-yard back stroke, 100-yard
free style, fancy diving, 150-yard
medley relay.

NOTICE

MOE LAUNDRY

204 North Main.
We've ousted the
Let us wash

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Phone 9016
collar-shredder.
your shirts.
200c

TYPEWRITERS, all makes, bough,
sold, rented, exchanged, repaired.
0. D. MORRILL, 314 So. State.
307c
TYPEWRITING AND MIMEO-I
GRAPHING promptly and neatly
done. 0. D. MORRILL, 314 So.
State St. 308c

FOR RENT-Beautilly furnisheJ

8 room house on Cambridge pnear
IHill. Short term or loinglea if
desired. 7"06 or 4457. Mrs. Gus-
tine. 475
FOR RENT-Two single rcms and
garage. 1110 Olivia Ave. Phone
G623. 471
ROOMS FOR MEN-Double, $5.00
and single $3.00. Right close to
the campus. Phone 3356. 464
FOR RENT-Completely furnished
apartment with private bath and
shower. Also large double room.
Steam heat, shower, garage. Dial
8544. 422 E. Washington. 40
THE AMERICAN HOTEL is making
a special offer to students of
single rooms at $3.00 and $3.50
weekly. 455

RESTAURANTS

EAT-Meal, tickets $5.50 for $4.50
Special Steak and Chop Dinner 40c.
Forest Inn 538 Forest Ave.
409c

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FOR SALE

TWALK vER
S Qualityu rc

Mere is a high grade shoe at a new low price.
Quality of materials and excellence of
workmanship are outstanding features. Per.
fection of ot with ccmfcrt is assured.

WANTED
WILh pay $80 for Turnished kitchen
apartment, near campus from
now till June. Box A-17. 476
WANTED BY STUDENT -Single
room, private family attractively
furnished. Box 418. 418
WANTED - Driving, to Chicago.
Leave Friday afternoon; return
Monday evening. Call 8240., 478
WANTED-Fraternity cook; state
previous experience and adequate
references; sleeping q u a r t e r s
provided. Box A-19. 481
STUDENT (female) to work for
room or room and board. 8735.
466c
WANTED-Single room near cam-
pus. Preferably in house with no
other students. Box No. A16. 474
WANTED-Persons to sell honey.
Write Lyle B. Abel, Caro, Michi-
gan. 457
STUDENT (female) to work for
room or room and board. 8735.
465c
STUDENT LAUNDRY WANTED-
Called for and- delivered. Phone
4863. 150c

REPOSSESSED CARS-Buynfrom
Finance Company for balance.
due. We sell all makes of new
cars at a discount. Investigate.
311 W. Huron. Phonie 22001. 235c
SAND
Phone 7112, Killins Gravel Co.
292c
REPOSSESSED CARS-Buy from
Finance Company for balance
due. We sell all makes of new
cars at a discount. Investigate.
311 W. Huron. Phone 22001. 235c

BOARD

702 ARCH, corner of State. Board,
excellent home cooking, $4.00 a
week. 5829. 482
LOST .
LOST-A desk fountain pen in
University Hall or Angell Hall.
Reward. Call 5368. 480
LOST-A Pearl and emerald cos-
tum jewelry earring. Call Alice
Morgan, 22249. 462
LOST-Glasses in brown leather
case bearing Knoxville, Tenn.
R e t u r n to. Secretary's office,
Dental College. Reward. 470

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DEPENDABLE
RADIO SERVICE
(All Makes),
Lowest Rates
Phone 3694
WEDE EYER'S
221 East Liberty Street

Flower Shop, Inc.
606 E. Liberty Phone 9055
Will attend to all details. Your
phone is handy why not use it.
They also.., make up unusual
Floral designs for funerals and as
}memorials.
Flowers wired to all parts of the
world.

NEWPORT

Rather British -in shape-this trim looking Oxfcrd of Black
Calf. A shoe you can wear with pride in any company.

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BURTON'S
WA LK-OVER SHOP
115 South Main Street

FOR RENT

NEAR CAMPUS - Pleasant suite
private home, new Simmons, beds,
$5.50. Will arrange single rooms.
713 Church St. 463

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