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x 1497FTlE MICHIGAN DAILY

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I-M asketball
League Stops
Until February
Sixteen contests briefly halted
the I-M cage season until next
semester's play begins.
Highlighting the day's program
was the convincing manner in
which the quintet from West
Lodge defeated the not so feroci-
ous Bears, 56-15. Although
the first half play stacked up fair-
ly evenly, the 6' 2" average of
the Lodgemen proved the differ-
ence in the second half with Dick
Greenfield leading the scoring
parade with eighteen points.
Other results were:
Rangers 34, Forestry 19
Plumbers 5, Royals 18
Pcp-Outs 23, Robert Owens 6
Misfits 28, Mich. Daily 15
Delta Sigma Delta 16, Phi Chi 15
Goosers 22, Mich. Christian
Fellowship 11
Pharmics 21, Mich. Co-op 16
Lawyers Club 26, Phi Alpha
Kappa 11
Hillel 35, Navy Ships Co. 15
Rebels 24, Newman Club 6
Nu Sigma Nu 29, Actuaries 27
Psi 14
Phi Delta ,Phi 35, Alpha Kappa
Phys. Eds. 20-Foul Balls 19
Hiawatha 37-Guilders 4

TWICE OVER LIGHTLY:
Wolverine Se
Queens Roug
Michigan fans were treated to -e
a double helping of winniaig hock- d
ey this past weekend as the Maize
and Blue sextet fashioned two to
consecutive wins over Queens
University of Kingston, Ontario. pe
In Friday night's encounter, ti
Queens University took an early vi
one goal lead in the first period ut
only to see the Wolverines come m
back with two goals in the second se
and third stanzas to put the con- H
test "on ice."
Although Rene Lefebvre scored o
the first goal of the evening ata
the twelve minute mark of the k
first period, the Wolverines played k
the remaining 49 minutes with- o
out allowing one shot to pass by fr
goalie Jack MacDonald.
Rough bodychecking by Big Bob
Marshall was mainly responsible
for the stubborn defense along
the constant poke-checking of
Captain Connie Hill and George
Balestri to the play of goalie Mac-
Donald and you have the smooth
working defense that Coach Vic
Heyliger has been striving for all -
season.
Saturday night the pucksters
pressed the play from the open- cl
ing whistle, but again the visitors cl
went into a one goal lead as Lorne a
Smith scored on a screen shot. P
Early in the second period ri
though, the new forward lines a
went to work. Bill Jacobson scor- 4
ed first and before the period end-

d Balestri tallied on a screaming
rive from inside the blue line
o give the Wolverines a 2-1 lead.
The period opened at a terrific
ace with the Wolverines con-
nuing to carry the play to the
sitors. Finally at the five min-
te mark Connie Hill started the
ost outstanding offensive play
een at the Celesium this season.
e started at his end of the rink
nd, although checked at least
nce by every one but the referee
nd the goal post, managed to
eep control of the puck until he
assed to Gord MacMillan in front
f the net, who caged the disc
rom point blank range.

FoVille Sets i
New Record
Yesterday afternoon sophomore
Charles Fonville stepped into the
putting circle and proceeded to
heave the shot put a distance of
52' 9 3/4', smashing the Field
House record of 52' 2" that he set
earlier this season.
Not satislied, the young giant
came right back and sent the shot
soaring 53' C 2". On this last
throw, however, Fonville stepped
a bare few inches out of the circle
and the throw was called a foul.
Student and faculty hockey
tickets f.r this weekend's Min-
nesota-M'dichigan series will go
on sale it the Athletic Admin-
istration Bldg. from 8:30 a.m.
to 4:30 pm., exclusive of the
noon hour, Wednesday.

Big Nine
Round-Up
Illini Roll
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Jan. 13.-(-P>
-Illinois won its second straight
Big Nine basketball victory tonight
by holding Ohio State to one field
goal in the first half and going on
to score a 61 to 42 triumph.
Indiana, Iowa Win
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Jan. 13.
-,P)-Indiana University's bas-
ketball team, beaten in five of its
first nine games, surprised Pur-
due's heavily-favored Boilermak-
ers tonight, 62 to 46.
IOWA CITY, iLa., Jan. 13.-()-
Iowa touched off a second half
scoring spurt to down Minnesota
77-64 tonight as the teams estab-

Harrison, MeCaslin Split Scoring
o rsf r'laIize andBlue Quintet
Roberts' Control of Backboards Features Tight Defensive First
Half ; Wildcats Draw Close in Last Half with Schadler Top Man

DAILY OFFICIf4L BULLETIN

Special To The Daily
EVANSTON, Ill., Jan. 13-Mich-
igan's basketball team didn't take
long to rebound from their first
Big Nine defeat as they invaded
Evanston tonight and came away
with their second consecutive vic-
tory over Northwestern, 49-41.
As in the previous game a week
ago at Ann Arbor, the Wolverines
controlled both backboards with
center Bill Roberts doing the lion's
share of the retrieving. Boyd Mc-
Caslin and Bob Harrison shared
the scoring honors for Michigan
with nine points each, but Wildcat
Benny Schadler was the game's
high man with 13 points.
Northwestern grabbed a 2-0
lead on Tom Worthington's
quick dribble-in, but the Wol-
verines lost no time in roaring
back. Harrison started it with a
long set shot from the center,
Mikulich dropped a free throw,
and Roberts tapped a rebound to
mnake it 5-2.
Northwestern came back to 5-4
on Tourek's free throws after Mor-
rill had fouled him, but Elliott
got a free toss and Mikulich arched
a long one to pull away again.
The Wildcats threatened again
with Ward's charity shot and a
one-hander by Benny Schadler,
but Morrill cut under fast to score
and McCaslin followed with a long
one-hander.
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Northwestern made it uncom-
fortable again before the Wolver-
ines hit their stride. Felt and
Schadler scored to bring the count
to 12-11, but about that time Mich-
igan decided to step out and start
shooting.
Suprunowicz slid under for one
more close one, and then he and
Elliott scored on past cuts after
dribbling all the way down court.
Finding it easy that way, the
Wolverines moved out and tried
their luck, and had just as good
results. Mikulich and Elliott
dropped in long sets, then Su-
prunowicz and Mukulich blasted
arching one-handers which gave
the Maize and Blues a 28-15 half
time lead.
It was all Michigan at the
start of the second half. They
bounded away on field goals by
Harrison and McCaslin, and nib-
bled on the Wildcats while dis-
playing a magnificent defense.
The tightness of that defense

was attested to by the fact that
Northwestern was unable to con-
nect with a goal from the floor
for 7 -minutes of the half.
When they did, the Wildcats got
the range and managed to pull
wi thin nine points on fast goals
by Carle, Felt and Schadler.
At that point, with the score at
43-34 and five minutes left, Bill
Roberts, whose play was inspiring
all evening to the Wolverines,
tapped in a beauty to make it
45-34.
Felt dribbled in to make it 36,
but Harrison countered with a
front shot.
Then Northwestern made its bid.
With two minutes left, Strumillo
and Schadler dropped one han-
ders to pull it to 47-40. But Bill
Bauerle, who replaced Supruno-
wicz with a minute to go, cut fast
and scored, and the issue was set-
tled there. Carle's free throw end-
ed the scoring.

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Seminar in Engineering Me-
hanics: The Engineering Me-
[anics Department is sponsoring
series of discussions on the
lasticity of Engineering Mate-
ials. Second discussion of series
t 7:30 p.m., Wed., Jan. 15, Rm.
02, W. Engineering Bldg.
Physical Chemistry Seminar:
:15 p.m., Thurs., Jan. 16, Rm.
51, Chemistry Bldg. Prof. E. F.
Festrum will speak on "Thermo-
ynamics of potassium bifluoride."
ll interested are invited.
Psychology 113: 4:15 p.m., Wed.,
an. 15. Lecture with original
ecordings on "European Folk Mu-
ic Collected in Detroit," by Thel-
na G. James, Wayne University.
'he public is invited.
Attention Institute of Public

Administration students: Meeting
of Social Seminar, 7:30 p.m., Jan.
16, West Conference Room, Rack-
ham Bldg. Mr. George E. Bean,
city manager of Pontiac, will speak
on the subject of Difficulties in
Assuming the Management of a
New City.
Concentration in English (Gen-
eral Program): Concentrators and
prospective concentrators in Eng-
lish are assigned to advisers as
follows:
A through G-Dr. Greenhut,
3232 A.H.
H through P-Assistant Profes-
sor Ogden, 3220 A.H.
Q through Z-Associate Profes-
sor Litzenberg, 2212 A.H.
Office hours for the week of
January 13, for the final examina-
tion period and registration week
will be posted on the office doors
of the individual advisers.

Students who have special prob-
lems with regard to English con-
centration should confer with Pro-
fessor Litzenberg.
Concerts
Concert: Vladmir Horowitz, Pi-
anist, will give the seventh con-
cert in the Choral Union Series,
Friday, February 11, at 8:30, in
Hill Auditorium. Mr. Horowitz
will play the following program:
Mozart Sonata in A major; Kab-
alevsky Sonata No. 2; Variations
on a Theme by Clara Wieck, Schu-
mann; Chopin Impromptu in A-
flat major and Four Etudes, Op.
10; and Legend: St. Francis of
Paola Walking on the Waters by
Liszt.
A limited number of standing
room tickets are available at the

MICHIGAN

Starring
VA N JOHNSON
introducing
PAT KIRKWOOD
With
K EE NA N W Y N N
X AV IE R CUG A T
GUY LOMBARDO
and their Orche.fras
EDWAR ARNOL .
u MARIE WILSO

This show runs
Continuous through
Supper Hour.

Dry perfume makes your
favorite Roger & Gallet
fragrance go farther. Its
tantalizing scent is released
gradually when patted di-
rectly on warm skin. A dash
in the hem of your dance
dress fills the air with fade-
less perfume. Doused inside
your blouse, the effect is
really terrific! Use it regu-
larly--in all ways-just like
liquid perfume.

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ADVEUTISING

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717 North University Ave. o

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Week Day
Matinees
until 5 P.M.

35 c"

CLASSIFIED
RATES
$ .40 per 15-word insertion for
one or two days. (In-
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additional five words.)
Non-Contract
$1.00 per 15-word insertion for
three or more days. (In-
crease of 25c for each
additional five words.)
Contract Rates on Request

WANTED TO RENT

Extra Added
RANCH IN WHITE
"LOCO LO BO"
WORLD NEWS
Coming Thursday
"THE JOLSON
STORY"

WANTED : Doublc room or Apt. Urgent-
ly needed by two graduate nurses,
veterans-on or before Feb. 1st. At-
tending school part-time. Phone 8321,
Bernice Soathworth. )17
TWO DESPERATE male inmates of
Willow Village seeking hideout in
Ann Arbor for spring semester. $20
reward for information leading to
occupancy of double room. Call Ypsi,
9224, call 8. )52
TAILORING and SEWING
SEWING: Alterations on formals and
other garments. Miss Livingston, 315
S. Division, 2ud floor front. )30
CUSTOM MADE CLOTHES-Formals-
Remodeling-Alterations. "Bring your
sewing problems to us.""Hildegarde
Shop, 116 E. Huron, 2-4669. ) 45

HELP WANTED
WANTED: 7 waiters for J-Hop. Call
2-1214, ask for house manager. )29
HELP WAITED: Student's wife to stay
with children. two hours, four af-
ternoons and Saturday morning. Call
5000 or 2-4545. Mrs R. C. Shehan, 1212
Brooklyn. ) 6
YELPsNEEDErD:Student part-time
salesmen, veterans preferred, for
pleasant, dignified work; earnings
will depend on ability to produce.
For interview phone Ypsilanti 2740. )7
STUDENTS for part-time work at soda
fountain. Swift's Drug Store, 340
South State, Phone 20534. )23
FOR SALE
GREY KIDSKN JACKET. Size 12, nev-
er worn, 20.00. Ph. 9573. 106 Long-
man Lane. )11
1946 Modal Underwood standard type-
writer, ns-ed cOly a few hours. Ypsi-
lanti 805-J before 2 p.m. )20
JEEP, steel body and top, excellent
condition. CealYpsilanti 9264 after
7; ask for Pattcrson. )25
1946 STUDEBAKER 5-passenger coupe.
Radio, he iter, overdrive, $1,550. 211
Greene Hose, East Quadrangle, 701
E. Unive-csity. )18
1939 DODGE COACH, recent complete
motor overhaul. In top condition.
Call Mr. Miller at 4093 after 9:00 ev-
enings. )22
ARMY-NAVY Surplus Goods-Many
items. Come in and look around.
Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington. )14
ICEBOX, Hotplace, Vacuum Cleaner,
Iron, Electric Heater, Electric Train,
Track. L. S. Wirt, 3304 PlattiRd. )2
MOVIE CAMERA and Light Meter, Box-
ing Gloves, Skis with harness, Oars.
L. S. Wirt, 3304 Platt Rd. )3
Hold Those Bonds!

LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Sina gold ident bracelet. Psi
U badge n front. Sentimental val-
ue. Call 2-3159. )19
SUBSTANTIAL REWARD for return of
tan pigskin pocketbook (red-lined),
lost on camo':s last week. Please call
Lida Dailes, 9032. )28
LOST: Slide rule, Jan. 8, East Eng. or
Bus. Ad. Lbrary - urgently needed.
Reward. Call Dean Rockwell, 4121,
Ext. 2170. ) 27
LOST: gold necktie clasp, N. R. O. T. C.
Quarterdeck Society wheel attached.
Initials R. J1. R. on back. Reward.
Mrs. R. J. Ruff, Extension Service,
107 Haven Hail. )12
LOST: tortoise shell glasses on or near
Forest. Will flunk exams without
them..Reward. Mary Lou Stegner,
2-4895. )16
LOST: one s'lver evening slipper-Sat-
urday night, between Waterman Gym
and Lawrence Street on State. Finder
please call 9268. Reward. )15
LOST: Wednesday, January 8-Small
Reminder Book. Contains Bank Book.
Philip Snyder. Call 2-3241, Ext. 02. )10
LOST: Gold and black Sheaffer pencil.
Part of set. Lost in or near A. H.
Smoking Room. Sentimental value.
Reward. Return Daily, Main Desk. )8
LOST: Jeweled ATO Pin with pearls
and rubies. Lcst at Chi Phi, 3 Jan.
1947. Liberal reward for return. Call
Bill Maybury, 2-5571. )13
WANTED
WANTED: Male student to share double
room near campus. Call Gus Van,
2-5128, between 5:30-6:00. )21
$25 REWARD. Student veteran and em-
ployed wife offer $25 reward for 2-3
room apartment. Good references. No
children. Please call Mrs. McGee, 6363.

University of Michigan Oratorical Association
1946-47 Lecture Course
Presents
,101N AONBO WV {
Noted Dramatic Critic and Author
"SEEING THINGS"
Tickets: $1.28 - 90c - 60c (tax ic.)'
Box Office Open Tomorrow and Thursday
HILL AUDITORIUM

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Let's Celebrate

LET-DOWN DANCE
Relax at the CASBAH!

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BUSINESS SERVICES

Friday and Saturday, Jan. 17, 18
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ALL KINDS

-- UNWANTED HAIR: Permanently re-
-----_ moved .Short Wave Method-Faster,
Painless. Phone 6373. First National
Bldg. )24
MIDWAY Bicycle Shop, 322 E. Liberty.
We have rebuilt used bikes for sale,
Your bike can be expertly repaired
also. )56

and his 14-piece orchestra
An All-Student Floorshow
Tickets $1 .20--On Sale at League Desk

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Last Times Today --
ROY ROGERS in
"ROLL ON TEXAS MOON"
plus
TOM CONWAY in
"THE FALCON'S ALIBI"
Latest RKO News &
"Son of Zoro"
Chapter 6

--- Now Playing
DANNY KAYE in
"THE KID
FROM BROOKLYN"
with
Virginia Mayo - Vera Ellen
and 'he Goldwyn Girls
In Technicolor
-and-
'DEADLINE FOR MURDER"
with
Paula Kelly - Kent Taylor

ATTENTION MARRIED STUDENTS: If 3
you are leaving Ann Arbor and would
like to exchange an apartment for a
1946 automobile (at a reasonable -
price), send postcard to J. C. Mc- -
Kenzie, 927 Heath, Willow Run, Mich.
FOR RENT
FURNISHED HOUSE for rent, Jan 26th
to June 7, 9264 Portage Lake, Pinck-
ney-Dexter Rd. Inquire Bock's Store
for C. J. Reynolds. )5

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CARDS 0 LETTERHEADS * ENVELOPES
INVITATIONS 0 ANNOUNCEMENTS 0 TAGS
POSTERS 0 STATIONERY 0 LABELS
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DOWNTOWN
NEAR MAIlN PosT OFFiCE * NORTH MAIN STREET
UNIVERSITY WORK A SPECIALTY!

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IN WASHINGTON D.C., 4-room apart-
ment, furnished or unfurnished, in
exchange for suitable apartment or
house in Ann Arbor. Call 2-7441. )4
AVAILABLE: Double, heated Room,
beautiful location. Only in exchange
for single heated room. Contact Mrs.
Forshee, 1137 Forest. Phone 3436. ) 9

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