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Cagers Face Broncos
Tonigtin Ka lamazoo
Western Michigan Five Boasts Four-Game
Winning trea ; Broncos Feature Veterans
A change of scenery will con-
front Michigan's basketball team
as the curtain goes up on the
second act of the Wolverines 1946-
47 cage play, when it moves into
Kalamazoo to tangle with West-
ern Michigan's unbeaten Broncos.
tonight at 8:00 p.m.
Coach Buck Reads' cagers have
already rolled up four straight
victories, including a brilliant 56-
52 triumph over a rugged Man-
hattan College five in Madison
Broncos Taper Off
Since the Manhattan game, the
Broncos tapered off with a breath-
er against Calvin College of Grand
Rapids. They suffered a few in-
juries in the rough Manhattan
battle, but the entire squad is
back in good physical condition
for tonight's battle.
To line up against Michigan's
starting quintet of Boyd McCaslin,
Mack Suprunowicz, Bill Roberts,
Bill Mikulich, and Bob Harrison,
Coach Read will feature an all
veteran outfit sparked by All-
American Harold Gensichen.
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Gensichen, one of the nation's
best in 1943, will team with Er-
win Fitzpatrick at the guard
posts, Don Boven will open at
center, and Mel Van Dis and
Lew Lang are slated for forward
Boven, a 6 foot 3 inch pivot
man, is giving away three inches
in height to Michigan's Roberts.
The Bronco center sparkled
against Manhattan and his 21
points were the big factor in the
There are no tickets avail-
able for Michigan students who
had intended to attend this
evening's game at Kalamazoo
The Western Michigan publi-
city office reports that all tick-
ets have been sold out for
Michigan Has Height Edge
Michigan will have a height ad-
vantage all long the line except
at one of the forward spots where
Mel Van Dis, a 6 foot 4 incher
The Wolverine regulars have
gone through a rough week as
the second; stringers have ex-
tended them in the practice ses-
sions. Pete Elliot has rounded in-
to shape rapidly since the close
of the football season, and is ex-
pected to see plenty of action to-
night. Gerrit Wierda and Hal
Morrill should also see service.
. . . SANDWICHES
8:00 A.M.-10:30 P.M.
8:00 A.M.-12:30 P.M.
Clark's Tea Room
For '48, '49
CHICAGO, Dec. 13--(P)-Seven-
game football schedules for the
University of Michigan in 1948
and 1949 were announced here
today at the Western Conference
The cards, which sallow for ad-
dition of one or more games each
1948,-Oct. 9, Purdue,away; Oct.
16, Northwestern, home; Oct. 23,
Minnesota, away; Oct. 30, Illinois,
home; Nov. 6, Navy, home; Nov.
13, Indiana, home; Nov. 20, Ohio
1949-Oct: 8, Army, away; Oct.
15, Northwestern, away; Oct. 22,
Minnesota, home; Oct. 29, Illi-
nois, away; Nov:. 5, Purdue, home;
Nov. 13, Indiana, home; Nov. 19,
Ohio State, home.
The Conference voted to hold
its indoor track championships at
the University of Illinois, Cham-
paign, on March 7-8, with the out-
door track showdown going to
Northwestern University at Evan-
ston, May 30-31. The league ten-
nis championships will be held atf
Northwestern May 29, 30 and 31.
Swim Team Makes Debut;
Holiday Shoots for Record
12th Swim Gala To Be Held in I-M Building
Tonight; Ten State AAU Races Featured
Michigan swimming fans will
get fish-eye views of the Wolver-
ines' 1946-47 tank squad at 8
p.m. tonight when Coach Matt
Mann unveils his 12th annual
Swim Gala water show at the
Sports Building pool.
Headlining the evening's exhibi-
tion will be an attempt by Wolver-
ine ace, Harry Holiday ,to smash
the national 150-yard individual
medley record and an exhibition
of water prowess by 1936 Olympic
backstroke champion Adolph Kief-
In addition to this the meet
will .feature seven State AAU
races for men and three State
AAU events for women. And
following the swimming fea-
tures, Sigma Phi Epsilon will
tangle with Delta Upsilon in the
finals of the interfraternity
water polo championships.
Besides Holiday, Mann will give
most of his mermen a chance to
show their stuff. Tonight's meet
will give the general public itsj
only chance to see the Michigan
tank squad in action this season
Pucksters Seek Second Victory;
Revised Sextet Faces Marquette
Al Renfrew Returns
eL ing last winter and is tied for the here on December 23 before
since the dual meets on the Wol-
verine slate will be open only to
Top Maize and Blue entrants
in the State AAU events to-
night will be Dick Weinberg,
Charley Moss, Charley Barnes,
Bill Kogen, Tom Coates, Bill
Crispin, Dave LeFerte, Jay
Sandford, Gus Stager, Wally
Stewart and Neville Adams,
Also representing Michigan will
be Pat Hayes, Bob Sohl, Bill Up-
thegrove, Irv Einbinder and Bob
Dunlop, breast strokers; Holiday
and Art Johnson, backstrokers;
and Capt. Alex Canja, Gil Evans
and Tommy O'Neill, divers.
Man, To Ansiver
MSC Bid Today
SYRACUSE, N.Y., Dec. 13--(P)
-Clarence (Biggie) Munn, Syra-
cuse University's head football
coach, said today he would make
known tomorrow "for sure" his
decision regarding a Michigan
State coadhing offer.
By CHUCK LEWIS
Attempting to gain their second
win in three starts, the Michigan
hockey team will play host to the
Marquette Hockey Club tonight at
8 p.m. at the Coliseum.
The visitors, who play in the
Northern Michigan League,, will
open their season with the Wol-
verines. They are always known
for good hockey and experienced
reserve strength and plan to give
the Maize and Blue a very busy
Coach Vic Heyliger has made
some changes from the contingent
that lost to the University of Tor-
onto last Saturday. Al Renfrew,
sume his old position as left wing
who has been out for two weeks
with a shoulder injury, will re-
on the number two line. Center-
ing this trio will be Bill Jacobson,
who has scored four goals in the
two games of the season to date
and leads the team in this de-
partment. Ted Greer, captain of
the 1944-45 aggregation and a
last skater, will be at the right
wing spot. Heyliger expects to
start this combination in tonight's
On another line, Gordon Mac-
Millan, who led the team in scor-
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Box Office Opens 2 P.M. Daily
WANTED TO RENT
$10.00 FOR INFORMATION to fur-
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veterans tudent and wife. Write to-
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LEAVE OF ABSENCE? Physician (vet-
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venience. Local references. Phone Dr.
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FOR SALE: two record players in good
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FOR SALE: 1937 Special Buick Coupe.
Sacrificing. Need cash. Call Don De-
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FOR SALE: B-fiat King trumpet, ex-
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STUDEBAKER 140 Champion two-
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FOR SALE: Sturdy four-shelf book-,
case, Sparton radio table model, tw'
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and white crepe with sequins. Size
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TUXEDO AND TAILS. Size 36. Man's
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Call Lynn Austin, 2-3225.
FOR SALE: Pre-War Tuxedo. Size 34.
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FOR SALE: '37 Ford Conv. Sedan. Ex-
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RADIO-PHONOGRAPH, new. Must sell.
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FOR SALE: Ladies' black skunk jacket,
worn few times. Must sell. Size 10-11.
Bargain t60. 2-2704 evenings. )22
CAMEL'S HAIR OVERCOAT, size 35,
$15. Gabardine raincoat, $8. Cordu-
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$5. Two gabardine shirts, aqua and
yellow. Three sweaters, and galoshes
size 10 'everything worn one season.
At 821 Packard. or call 2-1919. )3'
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Prize: $20 permanent. Send
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LOST: Antique gold bracelet, vicinity
Angell Hall. Reward. P.O. Box 598,
Ann Arbor. )19
LOST: Small red purse. Finder keep
money. Please return contents. Glass-
es needed badly. Daily Box 16. )33
LOST: Silver Identification Bracelet.
Reward. Gall Jim, 4493. )48
WILL THE PERSON who found the
black patent leather purse on Decem-
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keys and pens to 436 Second St.
Please comply as items listed are im-
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FINDER green lizard purse containing
pictures, Eversharp set initialed MAP,
please retuirn. Keep money as re-
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IF THE PERSON who, by mistake, took
a gray gabardine topcoat from the
Union cafeteria would care to re-
turn it, please bring it to the check-
room downstairs where I can claim
DRIVING TO NEBRASKA. Leaving
Dec. 21. Phone 5794. )13
1946 PONTIAC LEAVING for West Palm
Beach, Fia., 21st. Rm for 3 share
expenses. Phone 21987. )40
TAILORING and SEWING
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Michigan Bell needs young wom-
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323 E. WASHINGTON
UNWANTED HAIR: Permanently re-
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TYPING: theses, term papers, addres-
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letters, programs, etc. A-2 Typing
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MIDWAY Bicycle Shop, 322 E. Liberty.
We have rebuilt used bikes for sale.
Your bike can be expertly repaired
FREE DELIVERY of your favorite sand-
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Monday, 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. Phone
THREE STUDENTS desire ride
Petersburg Fla., or vicinity
Dec. 20. Share expenses.
Admission 42c (tax incl.)
Reservations Phone 6300
NOTE: Shows Run thru Supper Hour
on this Production,
30c until 5 P.M.
WANTED: Transportation to Louisville.
Veteran student and wife. Share ex-
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ROOM AND BOARD
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staying Xmas vacat.on in exchange
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WHY DON'T one of you prospective
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favor and turn over your rm. or apt.
to my wvfe and I next semester. Ph.
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DO YOU want to create a happy home?
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IN A RUT? The U.S. Army will give
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For details go to your U.S. Army Re-
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is the stupendous, colossal, extrava-
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dation. Games, entertainment and
refreshments are the order of the
day. See you there. --MAN )30
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