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SUNDAY, FERUTARY 29, x9,48

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Pucksters

Overwhelm

Aigler Statement
In a statement on the Elliott
dcclsion to the Associated Press,
Prof. Ralph Aigler, Michigan
faculty representative, said:
"It results in the denial to
him, a veteran, of privileges
and benefits that he would
have had, had he not entered
service. Civilians, who could
determine their own schedules,
are having, under the war
rules, four full seasons."
"Ending of Elliott's eligibility
is in the face of a Conference
rule of long standing in deter-
mining years of competition.
4500 Sales - 4500 Pictures -
Ensian.

Michigan Matmen Gain
Tie With Buckeyes,_14-14
__________*.______________________________

Ry HERB RUSKIN
(Special to The Daily)
COLUMBUS, O., Feb. 28-Mich-
igan's wrestling team kept their
.500 record in Big Nine dual com-
petition as they tied the Ohio
State mat squad 14-14 today in
the Buckeye gymnasium.
It was Captain Bob Betzig who
paced the Wolverines, pinning
Buckeye John Summa in the 165
pound class with a cradle hold at
1:56 of the first period, squaring
up the match 11-11 at that point.
lFollowing this, in the 175

pound division, Hugh Mack de-
cisioned Gerry Velick of OSU,
6-3, putting the Wolverines on
top for the first time in the
match.
In the deciding match of the
meet, Carl Abell, Buckeye heavy-
weight, defeated Wes Teboau 6-0,
giving the Ohio Squad their 14-
14 tie.
The Buckeyes drew first blood
in the match as Bob Dieli, at 121
pounds, gained a 6-3 decision over
Wolverine Byron Dean, with Dieli
clinching his match on superior
riding ability.
Michigan, however, came
right back to tie up the team
score at 3-3 as Bob Johnson de-
feated John Cutinello by an
identical score in the 128 pound
match, riding him most of the
time.

Iowa Cagers
Top Gophers;
IllinoisJins
IOWA CITY, IA., Feb. 28-(A)-
Iowa won a bitterly fought 54-50
thriller from Minnesota tonight to
retain a chance for a Western Con-
ference basketball championship
tie with Michigan.
With only five seconds left,
three players were banished fori
fighting. A near riot was halted
by playing of the national anthem.
CHICAGO, Feb. 28-(P)-Illin-
ois, despite spasmodic shooting,
defeated Northwestern, 60-43, in
the Wildcats' Big Nine basketball
finale before 16,000 at the Chi-
cago Stadium tonight.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Feb. 28-
(/)-Purdue's Boilermakers de-
feated Indiana University tonight,
51 to 49, in their 79th basketball

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George Curtis came through for conference season with six victor-
the Wolverines with a narrow 10- ies and six defeats. Indiana's 3-8
8 victory over Milt Klem, putting record with one game to go was
the Maize and Blue within five its worst in eight campaigns under
points of Ohio coach Branch McCracken.

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are Memories
FOR MEMENTOS OF YOUR
COLLEGE DAYS, nothing can
top those informal snaps of your
college life, friends, activities.

AND WHEN YOUR FILMS ARE PROCESSED,
they deserve the best of care.
FOR QUALITY DEVELOPING, PRINTING, EN-
LARGING, AND COPYING . . . plus photo supplies
and film, visit
BOYCE PHOTO CO.
723 North University

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ng simplicity . . . fashioned with
f soft loveliness. McKettrick's
spring in silver buttons and
lerina skirt . . . of rayon crepe.'
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ANN ARBOR
TO Nnd COUNTRY SHOP
i1VLRISITly 30: S. STATE~

PIX and PIXIE
Pix is the light-as-a-wisp girdle
to wear under spring dresses-
Pixie, a comfortable pantie to go
with sport clothes. Both are of
two-way stretch run-proof clas-
tic. White and tearose. Sizes:
Small, Medium, Large.
$400

JL VAN BURENSoj
8 NICKELS ARCADE

AFTER-INVENTORY CLEARANCE

10-DAY

SPECIAL SALE

On Entire Stock of
Men's and Women's
Our recent inventory discloses we are overstocked by at

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least $10,000.00.

For the next 10 days we offer all of our

stock of high-grade shoes at 10-15%, and in some styles

20%, off.

This sale is on all shoes for men and women.

Many customers are buying 2 and 3 pairs9

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