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WOLVERIES MIX WITH
INIANA FIVE TONI T
GAME MARKS RE-ENTRY INTO
CONFERENCE BASKETBALL
FOLD
According to the Indiana . college
paper, the Michigan basketball team
was defeated by Ohio State a week
ago last night. The Daily sport staff}
and the Michigan Athletic association
are glad to be infP nmed of the contests
and since the game was said to have
been played in Waterman gymnasium,
they are sorry they could not see it.
Mitchell's Wolverines hook up with
the Indians quintet in Waterman gym-
nasium tonight in the game that
marks Michigan's re-entry into the
Conference basketball fold.
With the exception of Cohn, who is
under the weather, every man on the
Michigan five is ready to mix things
with the Hoosiers, and though not go-
ing so far as to predict victory, the
Wolverines are certain that the visit-
ing aggregation will have to move
pretty fast in order to keep things
even. -
The Indiana team has won its last
few games in a manner that indicates
a classy combination in the- Hoosier
institution and the Bloomington lads
are already chalking up the victory.
Coach Mitchell will probably line up;
his men as follows: McClintock, l.f.;
Bornstein, r.f.; Later, c.; Bartz, l.f.;
Ruzicka, r.f.7

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Pep Increases in
Rookie Teams
Company A Plays Yearlings in Pre.
liminary Game Before Indiana
Tilt
With more companies putting out
basketball teams, the elimination con-
test which willi take place soon after
the holidays will be a fight to the
finish.
Dr. George A. May is well pleased
with the enthusiasm shown" by the
different teams and their prompt re-
porting for practices. At present the
eight companies in the first regiment
all have their teams practicing daily
but two companies in the second regi-
ment have failed to select their men.
Tonight before the Indiana-Michigan
game the crack freshman quintet will
play company A basketeers before the
big contest and judging from the work
of the cadets in practice games the
yearlings will find stiff competition.
The lineup: Company A-Bowers
and Pheney, forwards; Brooks, cent-
er; Moore and Kennedy, guards.
Freshmen: Isbell and Williams, for-
wards; Van Brook, center; Wilson and
Karpus, guards.
The rookie quintet have the desired
pep in as much as they have voted to
buy their own uniforms.
As this is the first attempt at or-
ganizing company teams, the interest
displayed by the different companies
shows that athletics is one of the main
features in the training of the cadets
With the schedule in complete form
the players are not hindered by any
unnecessary interruptions.
The dental students enlisted in the
military training courses have also
selected their teams and are out un
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Photographs WILLIAM TODD TO ADVISE
SWAIN . REGARDING INCOME TAX LAW
East University Ave-, Mr. William Todd, of the internal
revenue office, has arrived in the city
wve you been at the Vegetable and is regularly in his office in the
county building, to be consulted in
let? If. not you have missed a regard to the new income law. He is
opportunity to save money. being assisted by Attorney Otto Haab
cest supply of fresh vegetables of Ann Arbor, who is a special inter-
ived daily from our greenhouses. f nal revenue officer. The men have
eggs, butter, and cheese cannot be not yet received the blanks necessary
lled. Fine varietes of apples, or-- in making out the incometax returns,
but they can be consulted at any time.
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Regular military work for the ca-
dets in the R. 0. T. C. will be continu-
ed during the two weeks of examina-
tion. Absences will count the same.
Make-up drills will be given if it is
feasible.
"Theory of Target Practice," is the
topic of a lecture to be given by Lieut
L. J. Williams to the cadets of the first
regiment at 4:15 o'clock this after-
noon in University hall.
Company basketball teams which
are scheduled to practice in Water-
man gymnasium tonight will report
Wednesday night, on account of the
Michigan-Indiana basketball game.
Dr. George A. May, director of Wat-
erman gymnasium, will give the fol-
lowing physical and gymnastic pro-
gram to the second battalion of the
second regiment at 4:15 o'clock this
afternoon:
Second regiment: Company 1, buck
and tumbling, high jump, relay rac-
ing; company K, wrestling, basketball,
vaulting bar, rope climbing, sprinting;
company L, relay racing, buck and
tumbling, high jump; company M,
vaulting bar, rope climbing, sprinting,
wrestling, basketball.
Waldo M. McKee, ex-'18E, formerly
first sergeant of company C, second
regiment in the R. 0. T. C.,hasbeen
made instructor in manual of arms at
the officers' training camp at Camp
Cster. McKee was recommended for
the' camp by Lieut. George C. Mullen.
CHARGES AGAINST WASHTENAW
DRAFT BOARD PROVED FALSE
Charges against the Washtenaw
county draft board, who were thought
to have received money for exempting
certain men of the county from mili-
tary service, were found to be un-
founded by the grand jury investiga-
tion recently conducted by prosecut-
ing attorney Carl Lehmait before Jus-
tice William Doty. The investigation
was the result of a statement that
Dr. R. G. MacKenzie had accepted.
$600 to disqualify Carl Smith of Sa-
line from the draft.
NOTICE !
In compliance with the Mayor's Pro-
clamation of Jan. 16, in which the May-
or asked that "Restaurants and other
eating places abbreviate their hours
of business to the greatest possible
extent without interfering with the
needs of the people who patronize
them," Oren's Serveself, 1121 S. Uni-
versity will only be open during the
following hours: 7:00 a. m. to 1:30 p.
m.; 5:00 p. m. to 7:00 p. in., and 9:15
p. m. to 11:15 p. in., eastern standard
time.
As proprietor and manager I am
glad tormeet the request of our Mayor
and the requirements of our govern-
ment in this hour of need. The man-
agement is observing the meatless
Tuesdays and wheatless Wednesdays
and beginning this week will observe
porkless Satrdays.-Adv.
Girls' storm hats are selling fast
at Wagner & Co. State St.-Adv.

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Weekly.
Arcade-Mabel . Taliaferro in
"Draft 258," and Comedy, "Crazy
by Proxy."

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Little Girl Who Couldn't
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AT THE ARCADE

In compliance with the order -of MOE LAUNDRY
United States Fuel Administrator phone $3554 No. Nain St.
Prudden, the Arcade will be closed
on Mondays and Tuesdays from this
date to further notice. The features Port Huron tonight on "Reason and
which have been booked for Mondays Common Sense."
and Tuesdays during the remainder
of January will be shown some time Prof C. H. Van Tyne will lecture-
in February. Beginning today, the on "Causes and Conduct of the Great
time for shows at the Arcade will be War" in Three Rivers, Mich.
changed because of the hour set bym,
the administrator, the new order al- Prof. C. 0. Davis will speak tonight
lowing shows to run only five hours a ,Pin NilesiM i lsenehn
day.Shos nw sartat :00 7:0, in Niles, Mich., on "Adolescence and
day. Shows now start at 3:00, 7:00,'Educational Complications."
and 8:30 o'clock.1

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and do your share in
conserving the na-
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Have your old clothes
dry cleaned.
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WAI KING LOO,
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In order to co-operate Wit
Prudden,. the state fuel adminis
and to help the government in i
icy of conserving fuel, Huston
will be open only the following'
On week days from 1 p. m. to
In.
On Saturdays from 10 a. m. t
mn.
On Sundays the usual hours.
We are glad to be able to do
ever we can to aid the governn
this crisis. Huston Bros. Stat
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Prof. Arthur G. Hall will speak
on "Michigan Men and Moments" to-
night in Imlay City, Mich.
Prof. J. R. Brumm will lecture in

Prof. W. A. Frayer will speak on
"Democracy vs. Autocracy" in Adrian
tonight.
Prof. E. R. Turner will speak in
Grand Rapids tonight on "Oliver
Cromwell."
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