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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'Ice Jug'

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'M'---Cophers
Resume Feud
This Weekend
Opening the battle for the
mythical Western Conference
championship and for the right
to represent the Midwest in the
NCAA championship playoffs,
Michigan's hockey team faces off
on Minneapolis ice tonight in the
first of a two game series with the
Golden Gophers of Minnesota.
The NCAA Mid-Western repre-
sentative will be chosen from
among Michigan, Minnesota and
Michigan Tech and'since Tech is
the weakest of the trio, this week-
end's games will go a long way
toward deciding which team will
fight it cut with the two Eastern
and the far Western choices for
the national championship.
Records Favor 'M'
On the basis of their records,
Michigan is rated a slight favor-
ite, having lost only one of their
six contests to date, while the
Gophers have won only five of
their 12 games played. Two of

their losses came at the hands of
a powerful Manitoba Club team,
both by narrow: margins.
This showing, coupled with the
traditional rivalry and the home
ice advantage, should even things
up to a considerable extent.
Woiverine coach Vic Heyliger
named a 14 man squad to make
the lcng trek to Minnesota, in-
cluding eight forwards, four de-
fensemen, and two goalies.
Line-ups Unchanged
Michigan's first line will be
composed, as usual, of Gordie Mc-
Millan at center with Wally Gacek
and Al Renfrew at the wings. As
the second line, Heyliger will have
Bill Jacobson, flanked by Ted
Greer and Bob Marshall, with
center Owen McArdle and Len
Erumm as available spares.
The four defensemen making
the trip will be the starting duo of
CapUIn Connie Hill and Ross
Smith, as well as Herb Upton and
Dick Starrak. Jack McDonald will
be in his usual goaltending spot
with Paul Milanowski as spare
goalie.
Two Lines for Minn.
Minnesota mentor "Doc" Rom-
nes indicated that the highest

point men on the three lines used
in the 12 previous Gopher contests
would be blended into two new
forward combinations which will
carry the burden against Michi-
gan.
According to present plans,
Romnes will us& only these two
lines in the remaining tilts with
Michigan, North Dakota and
Michigan Tech. One combination
will be composed of center Roland
dePaul, who leads the Minnesota
sextet in scoring with nine goals
and six assists for a total of 15
points, Bob Fleming at left wing,
and Bud Frick right wing.
Lindegard Second in Scoring
The other trio will have Jerry
Lindegard, second man in the
Gopher scoring race with six goals
and six assists, at center, with Bob
Harris and Bill Hodgins at the
wings. Veteran left wing Jerry
Remole, will work into either com-
bination as needed.
At defense, Coach Romnes has
moved Jim Alley, heavy sopho-
more right wing back to replace
Howie Johnson as Dick Roberts
defensive mate on the number one
defending combine. Alley's expe-
rience and speed are the reasons

onight
for this change. A second defense
duo consists of Denis Bergman
and Jack O'Brien.
All Work 'N.
BASKETBALL
Fe. 2, Ohio State at Columbus
Feb. 7, Illinois at Urbana
HOCKEY
Feb. 31, Michigan Tech at Hough-
ton.
Feb. 2, Michigan Tech at Hough-
ton
Feb. 6, Yale at Ann Arbor, 8 p.m.
Feb. 7, Yale at Ann Arbor, 8 p.m.
WRESTLING
Jan. 31. Northwestern-Minnesota
(quadrangular) at Evanston
Feb. 7, Purdue at Ann Arbor 7:30
p.m.)
GYMNASTICS
Jan. 30, Michigan State at Ann
Arbor (8 p.m.)
TRACK
Feb. 7, Michigan State Relays at
East Lansing
SWIMMING
Jan. 31, Exhibition at Cleveland
Club
Feb. 2, Exhibition at York, Penn-
sylvania
Feb. 5, LaSalle College, Philadel-
phia
Feb. 7, New York Athletic Club,
N.Y.

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PERSONAL
THE NEW YORK Herald Tribune is
great. The U of M Rose Bowl Team
superb. ' )82
WANTED TO TRADE
UNIVERSITYnSTAFF MEMBER will
trade prominent rental option, fur-
nished 7 room house in Dayton,
Ohio, for 2-3 bedroom house or Apt,
furnished or unfurnished in Ann Ar-
bor: effective Feb. 1st or later. Call
3-1511. Ext. 304 or 2-6779. )1
FOR SALE
FORD-1946 Super Deluxe Tudor. Ex-
cellent condition, mechanically per-
fect. Complete accessories. Good
price. Call 2-7613. )43
TWO TUXEDOS, one a Hart, Schaffner,
Marx-the other a Kuppenheimer,
perfect condition, size 37, price $28.00
apiece. Phone 2-2961. )62
MILLAN EXCITER. Brand new. Makes
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ter. 419 Adams. West Quad. 2-4401.
)52
NASH 1946 600 sedan. Radio-heater,
$1,575. 408 Greene House, Easat Quad-
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BABY BUGGY, two-shell metal cab-
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maple lamp stand, wood clarinet,
tuxedo 37, blue bridesmaid dress 14.
Phone 2-2035. )4
SATURDAY J-HOP TICKET. Call Vir-I
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TUXEDO-$20.00. Double breasted, size
38 regular-excellent condition. Call
Don Weston, 2-6824.
SET OF TAILS with vest. Good con-
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HOUSEHOLD goods for sale: Fine se-
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on moving day. 1299 Malden Court,
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xCANARIES, Parakeets. Lively colorful
finches and love birds. Bird supplies.
562 South Seventh. Phone 5330. )108
FOR SALE-Two sets of tails, size 38
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A BARGAIN: $225 pair of binoculars
(7x50) with .case and carrying straps
for only $125. Call 2-7877. )42
S9T OF TAILS. Size 37. Good condi-
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TRANSPORTATION
DRIVING to Niagara Falls on 26th. Re-
turning 3 February. Two passengers
wanted. Contact Harry R. Corey, 33
Hayten House, East Quad. )83
BUSINESS SERVICES
SEWING,rDRESSMAKING, alterations
and repairing. Prices reasonable.
Miss Livingston. 315 South Division.
) 45
HOOVER SPECIALIST, SERVICE and
sales. ~Buy through Goodyear store.
For service call A.A. 2-0298. W. O.
Taylor, 1612 Brooklyn, Ann Arbor.)32
BECAUSE of an enlargement in our
personnel, we can now offer prompt
service on your alterations. Tailoring
dressmaking, formal restyling a spe-
cialty. Hildegarde Sewing Shop, 2-
4669. )30
LOST AND FOUND
LOST---Brown alligator wallet on
State St. or State Theater. Reward.
Phone Marvin 4183. )2
FOUND-Knitting needles and Argyle
socks near Angel Hall, Monday morn-
ing. Call 9534. Pay for ad. )44
HEY! Whoever picked up my combat
mitts in Cliem Lecture Tuesday! Turn
em in University Hall before I freeze,
please. )82
LOST-Silver Thorens lighter, initials
G. W. Reward. Call 381 Jordan Hall.
2-4561. )63
UNFINISHED ARGYLE socks lost-Sur-
prise birthday present for brother.
Three months work. Call Fern 2-5184.
)61
LOST: Brown leather billfold
contains valuables and identification
. . ..reward . . . call 2-2675, Ted
Oleksy.-)3
FOUND in Student Publications Build-
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fountain pen As Mary or Ronnie at
Daily desk. )80
DESPERATE-Lost brown paper folder
containing class notes and papers.
Exams coming. Call Vi 2-8410. )23
LOST: Near State Street. Small gold
ornament with compass. Liberal re-
ward. Mrs. Cockrell. Speech Clinic.
)70
LOST: Silver watch. Bancor. Swiss
make with silver watch band. Call
2-4401, 313 Wenley. Reward. )33

WANTED TO RENT
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WANTED TO RENT a garage-Student
wisheshto rent garage quarterly to
park his auto, not to house him-
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2-4401. )46
HELP WANTED
TRUMPET MAN to sing ballads with
popular local jobbing band. Phone
6724. )36
SECRETARY to magazine editor. Dicta-
tion and variety of duties. Campus
area. Call 7205 for interview. )53
HELP WANTED: Young lady to work at
soda fountain. Full or part time.
Swift's Drug Store. 340 S. State.
2-0534. )39
WAITERS WANTED for J-Hop. Seven
men. Contact Bill Wake. 2-3143. 604
South State. )35
SODA FOUNTAIN: Help wanted for
night work. No Saturdays or Sun-
days. Alexander Drug Store. )6
WANTED: Responsible women to come
care for 16-month old baby Mon.,
Fri., 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. for spring se-
mester. Write Box 50, The Michigan
Daily. )17
WANTED
WANTED: Baby bed, size: 3 years, 1447
University Terrace. Apt 924. )51
WANTED: J-Hop ticket for either Fri-
day or Saturday night. Call Janet
at 4452. )81
FURNISHED apartment for veteran,
wife, and new baby. Will do care-
taker work. Call Dougherty. 5971. )34
GARAGE WANTED: Now or next se-
mester. Near campus. Call 2-2591, Miss
Poole. )54
TRADE TIES: Don't discard good neck-
ties. Someone will like them. Get a
change. Swap colors. Send 6 plus $1,
receive six others freshly cleaned and
pressed. Trade Ties. Box 310, Salem,
Indiana. )9
WANTED TO EXCHANGE Friday J-Hop
ticket for Saturday ticket. Call Chuck
at 2-7409. )50
WANTED TO RENT-Will trade un-
furnished apartment in Ann Arbor
for unfurnished apartment or house
in or near Detroit. Phone 2-6192. )25

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 1021
Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Sat-
urdays).
Notices
FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1948
VOL. LVIII, No. 85
Undergraduate Men Students
who are presently living in the
outlying areas of the city and the
environs of Ann Arbor, and are
not under a room contract for the
second semester may apply im-
mediately in Room 2, University
Hall, for space in the Residence
Halls.
Faculty, College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts: February
Faculty Meeting will be held at
4:10 p.m., Rm. 1025, Angell Hall,
February 9, instead of February 2.
College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts: Classes will be held
at regular hours through January
17.
All students: In order to regis-
ter for the second semester it will
be necessary for each student to
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