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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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CHRISTMAS

SPECIAL

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C ristiuas Gifts
BEFORE AGOING ( HOME COME IN AND LOOK AT OUR
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SUITABLE GIFTS. PIC-
TUBES, LEATHIIIER GOOI)S, ELECIRIC TABLE LAMPS,
ETC. WE DO CHRISTMAS PICTURE FRAMING.
DE FI SAT

ENGINEER AND PHARMIC
TEAMS WN AT INDOl

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Team Defeats Architects While
Soph Engineers Win From
'18 Lits

DO WNTO'~VN.

Corner LIBERTY AND MAIN STREETS

CAPPER & CAPPE R
SUGGESTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS,
Imported Knitted Silk Mufflers............$3.50, $5, $10.00, $12.00
Imijorted and Domestic Neckwear......50c, $1.00, $1.50, $2, $2.50, $4.50
Knit Ties ........ .................... ............... ....$2.50
Silk Shirts, plain and crepe...................$5.00, $7.00, $8.00
French Flannel Shirts, Viala.............. ..............$4.00
SIlk Hose ................................50c, $1.00, $1.0, $2.00, $3.50
Fownes and C. & C. Gloves;... ... . ... ..... ......$1.50, $2.00, $2.50
Wch-Ilnrgetson (London) Caps .... ...... . .........$1.50, $2.00
lieniry ileoath Hats, LoIidon..... .........................$6.00
Capper Hats .......................... .......$3.00
606 E. LIBERTY ST.

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Engineering .and pharmic indoor
baseball teams came out on top in the
second night of actual play in the in-
terclass series, the junior and sopho-
more boiler-makers winning their
games from the architects and soph
lits respectively, while the junior lits
were the victims of the pill-makers.
Kesler and Sayles were the best
performers in the opening game of the
evening, and Sayles pushed over the
coup of thae game when he slammed
out a three-bagger. The final score
stood 8 to 4 in favor of the pharmics.
Shay and Gardiner were the rea-
sons that the engineers won from the
architects, and pushed over an 11 to
4 victory. The bright bit of the even-
ing was when Northrup and Krieger
pulled off a fast double play for the
home-builders.
The final game of the evening was
the closest of the trio, the soph engi-
neers winning in an 8 to 5 game with
the soph lits. Hibber and Pilgrim were
the batteries for the winners, and were
opposed by Shearer and Stadeker.
London Labor Organizations Unite
London, Dec. 10.-The Miners' Fed-
eration, the National Union of Rail-
wayMen, and theNationaliTransport
Workers' Union have formed a labor
organizntion representing 2,000,000
men.
See our line of chafing dishes and
electric appliances. HI L. Switzer Co.
310 State. edtdec2l
CHJ1IST.IAS
Everything in Christmas presents
for men. N. F. Allen Co., Clothiers.
Main St. eodFri
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TRACK ATHLETES LEARN
NEW VULTNG STUNTS
'Steie" Farrell Devotes Much 'inme to
Teaching Men Art of 1landling
Pole.
Coach "Steve" Farrell devoted most
2f the time during yesterday's work-
out of the track athletes in Waterman
Tymnasium to instructing new men in
handling the pole and in how to get
Jormn in vaulting the cross bar. There
were almost an even dozen men out.
eager to learn how to clear the bar.
When "Bo" Wilson failed to returr
to the university this fall, he left
,,uite a hole in his department for the
coach to fill. When asked about the
prospects for a good vaulter for this
year's squad, "Steve" said, "We
haven't a real good one, but we're
doing to make one." While regretting
the fact that Wilson, who was a eon-
sistent. point, winner for Michi gan dur-
ing the last track season, did not re-
turn, he appeared optimistic over the
prospect although he does not expect
to uncover an inter-collegiate cham-
pion al ready-made.
It would seem that the outdoor
track is none too popular these cold
days. Occasionally an enterprising
youth can be caught approaching a
two- minute gait around the oval.
MA RRI ED BY PROXY, WIDOW
GETh PENSION IN FRANCE
Paris, Dec. 11.-Is she a widow, or
isn't she? That is the question that
has been troubling the Paris authori-
ties for the past week. On November
17 a young Parisienne was married to
Sergeant Joseph Conduche. The mar-
riage was performed by proxy. On
December 1 she was officially inform-
ed that Sergeant Conduche had been
killed at Souchez on September 28,
several weeks before the marriage.

Christmas Gifts

HALLER JiEWELRY CO.

,Seal anda MEanketsl o
Lea┬░.ther and 'Felt Piilows
Seal and .il, Skiis
Tuianers and oi uatas-all sizes
Sel an egn Belts
1Desk Sets
Smnokinig Sets
iuibrellas
Trays , .
Pietures

Potery
Candle Sticks anud Shades
Leather Goods
iliris as Cards
Noel ties of All Kinds
Ilillinery
Neckwear
Hosiery
f aiudkerchiefs
Aproiis
Silks, Crepe de Chenie, Laces,
etc., etc.

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Christmas Gifts

STATE ST JEWELERS

A Pennant given FREE with
a purchase of $2.00 or Iore

tsy Ross anedis
By Express Ear Parcel Pest anywhere
Leave your order now

Darling &SMalleaux s
224-226 S. State Street

Plain, Fancr and De Luxe Boxes.

A 1 Quality Sweets.
600 E. Liberty St.

THE BETSY ROSS SHOP

Say "PETER PIPER" PICKEI A PECK OF PICKLED PEPPERS.
Say it slowly, pronounce each syllable-now say it rapidly-the
stunt we did as youngsters.
Thai's the Difference between making athletic articles with care
and precision and rushing them out at so many per day. The careful
way is the TAYLOR 'way-the attention to detail is the TAYLOR
method-not how many, but how good-not how fast, but how perfect.
TAYLOR stamps an invisible O. K. on every TAYLOR implement -
it means satisfaction. It will pay you to investigate.
Local Representati , e

JEWEL RYGIF TS
TIIERE 1S NTIIING BETTER LOR A CllRISTlMAS
GIFT THN' JEWELRY. ILAVALIERS, WALDEMAR
(CIIAlNS, LINK BUTTONS, SCARF PINS, TIE CLASPS,
"III" RINGS, SEAL RINGS, CIGARETTE CASES, CIGAR
CUTfR1 , GTKNIVES, GOLD PENCILS, FOUNTAIN
PE' N :4i t9STAMP I(' (,AE COMBI INEl).
J. L. CH A PM AN
113 5. MAIN ST.

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THE DAILY SPORTOSCOPE

1317 Washtenaw Ave.

Tel. 1619-M

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ecial

Holiday Offer

And thusMaulbetsch now has due
cause to enlist in the ranks of the "I-
told-you-so" boys.
A few. days ago a prominent Michi-
gan athlete hailed us on the campus
and said that he had a story on Maul-
betsch which he believed was good'
enough' to print.
He went on to relate the following
It seems that a few days ago "Jack"
Benton purchased a wedding ring fron:
an Ann Arbor jewelry store. The
young lady that made the sale report-
ed the same to "Johnnie" Maulbetsch,
and "Maullie" at once asked Benton
about it. "Jack" denied that the ring
was his, saying that he had merely
purchased it for a friend who didn't
have enough nerve to buy it himself,
as he was afraid that the story might
get around.
This sounded fairly plausible, and

Benton's friends accepted it at face
value.
But "Johnnie" didn't.
"And would you believe it," laughed
our informant, old "Maullie" still be-
lieves that "Jack" is going to get
married. it's a goodjoke on our new
football captain all right, and you
ought to spring it."
However, since marriage and wed-
ding rings are more or less delicate
propositions we let the matter slide
for a few days and now subsequent
developmeits show that Maulbetsch
was right after all.
Thus, those who have an aversion
for hearing this "I-told-you-so" phrase
are c autioned against hailing 'Maullie.
He'll spring it sure, and with cause.
The man that gave us the "inside
tip" probably won't "meet" Maul-
betsch for a week.

R EII7ANN GOES To IOWA CITYt
"ichig"a . )I. C.. 'resident Speaks
at Uniiversity of Iowa
Louis C. Reimann, '16, president of
the Y, M. C. A ., left Friday for the
University of .Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa,
where he will take an active part in
the religious campaign to be conduct-
ed next week by 'the university Y. M.
C. A.
The campaign will be along the gen-
eral line of the one held in Ann Arbor
last year. Speakers from various parts
of the United States have been ob-
tained to take part in the meetings..
Reimann will appear on several of the
programs.,

TRY TO EXTEND WAR REVENUE
ACT BEFORE ITS EXPIRATION
Washington, Dec. 11.-Following a
conference at the treasury department
today between Secretary MacAdoo and
Representative Kitchin, Democratic
leader of the House, announcement
was made by Mr. Kitchin that an ef-
fort would be made to pass before the
holidays a resolution extending the life
of the war revenue and military act
which under present .authority will ex-
pire by limitation on December 31.
The secretary of the treasury in-
formed Mr. Kitchin that it was highly
desirable that the extension should be
passed before January 1, in order that
reveinues from this source might con-
tinue without interruption.
For papering, tinting or decorating
of any kind, go to C. H. Major & Co.,
203 E. Washington St. edtdec21

Kahn Tailored Suits

$20 to $40

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U-NOTICE
J-H1 op committee meets at
3:00 o'clock.

Union,

With EXtra Pair of Trousers

I7a uce and Banquet Programs 4*-
tracive Ones, at The Ann Arbor Press.
. (*)
Ice and roller skating at Wein-
berg's Rink now. dec10,11,12
Good Printing-The Ann Arbor Press.

' Have you got our number?
your phone directory. There
2255 Sark.

Flop
it is!

Go to C. H. Major & Co, for wall-

.'i lTENTL~1(,1N S J VUDES "

FREE

For quick MIESSENGER CALL see
paper, paints, oils, varnishes,.:etc.last ad on BACK OF TELEPHONE DI-
Phone 237. edtdec2l RECTORY. Phone 795. A'17E

EXCLUSIVE
yeung men's haberdashery on sale by
N F. Allen & CO., Main treet.

HOW MANY MEN
EVER ARRIVE?

BESIDES AN UNUSUAL LINE

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Did you ever pause long enough in your headlong rush, to take stock of.the mental and physi-
cal wrecks who lose everything worth while on their way to fame and fortune ? What is'the use of
getting there broken in health and with no hope of enjoying what you have struggled to attain?
Eat regularly at

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brain -eat food that is carefully and properly prepared - abas the doubtful sandwich, the soggy
sinker and the muddy bean brew.
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