Tickets for the Dixie club dlance to
be held at the Country club Satur-
day night are on sale at the billiard
room desk at the Union.
Junior team:' Pitcher, Alice Beck-
a.m; catcher, Eleanor Stephenson ;
rst baseman, Alice Hinkson; second
aseman, Quinneth Summers; third
aseman, Josephine McGuineas; short-
op, Phyllis Wiley; center field, Ern-
stine Hall; right field, Florence Fox;
ft field, Katrina Schermerhorn. Sub-
ttutes: Narcena Bassett, Wanda Gil-
ngham, and Beatrice Beckwith.
Senior team: Pitcher, Anne Kirk-
atrick; catcher, Grace. Hall; first
asernan,,Sue Verlenden; second base-
ian, Ruth Flanagan; third baseman,
,ucy French; shortstop, Lucy Huff-
ian; 'right field, Ruth Jennings; cen-
r field, Flora Bell Ellis; left field,
orothy Jones. Substitutes: Ruth
Abbott, Mary Helen Holmes, Clara
'ubbs, Marjorie Van Norman.
TUJESDAY I Sudents- wlao 'ae Interested In the
2:00-Sophi lit baseball practice. Hovrpeietarapin n
Shave no Hoover buttons, may ob-
4:00 ~ New Comedy club members taim them at F'oster's art 'shop. It
meti om25 ao al is desirable that all Hoover support-.
7:00-Boxing club meets In room 018 ers wear their buttons between now
of the Union. and convention time.
7 :00-Kalaunazoo Normal club meet ___
in Lane hall.
7:00Frehma bad ~ Iii CLASS TENNIS. TOURNEY DRAWS
versity hall. 1[X;PA TRSTUSA
An5-ionx se om36 fte Entries ;ifor the iWterelass tennis
7 :15--'i Delta Epsilson meets In room tournament are rapidly 'coming in andi
321 of the Union. Very important. it now looks as though the~total num-
7 :15-pennsylvania club fleets In Un. ber enrolled will equal, if not exceed,
ion. that in the fall tourney. All entries
7 :30--public recital by the class 'in must be in by, 7 o'clock Wednesday
foreign' interpretation of Tennyson, night. Names may be telephoned to
302 Mason hall. the intramural office, pihone 2268, or
7:38- La Soeledad Htispanica mu~eets left there. On account of the Var-
for social hour and election of of- sity baseball game on that afternoon
ficers in room 305 of University hall.; the intramiural office will be closed,
7 :80-MVichigan Dapies meet in Lane but entries 'may be slipped under the
hall. A' "pot lucA supper" will be door.
served.' Those, who attend are re- Tecmlt ceuewl epub
quested: to bAng' their own knife, lished InmThursdaye morning's Daily,
fork, spoon, cup, and plate. ;and all games must be played off? as
7:30--Comedy club mets IA Spah, soon as possible after that., The men
Caswell Angell hall. Election of] will have, to arrange with their oppon-
officers.. ents for the time at which to play.
7 :30-R. 0. T. C. club meets In \room within a specifiedl time limit.
325 of the Union. . n .__ n tlr YTit'l' I
MULJLANES TAF'FIES u1i '
rug $tore, 117 So. Main St.
eived every week .-Adv.
It is surprising how far a, pair of white
Flaninels Trousers will go in dressing
up a man.
Don't think there is a "shrink" in
these W*hite Flannels they'll wash,
and hold, their shape absolutely.
We measure, cut and make them
in our own shop and deliver a per-
fect trousers to you at the reasonable
price of $22.
FINE TAILORING FINE FURNISHINGS
"Ready to wear Sport Coats"
,v prices, prepared by experts,
ayed oni our forty-foot steam and
tappeals to your own individual
sh from our own ovens.
vith rich jersey cream. -
y, and good service prev'ail here.
8:10 -- Cr~aftsman club's special, car
leaves the interurban station.
3 :4"-uiiior engineer (baseball prs
4:00-Meeting of senior lit class in
room 101 of the Economics building.
7 :30-Christlan Science, society meets
in Lane hall.-1
All former students who have signed,
up to attend the coming biological
sessioni or are interested in learning
fmore about the coming session are
urged to be present at a meeting at'
8 o'clock Wednesday in room 231 of
the (Natural Science building. Views
of the station and talks by staff
A. HearmaRZ NIL, adIdresses Interml-i
leglate socialist society at '8 o'clock
Tuesday in room P.162 N. S.
Everything new in wall paper is
represented in. our complete stock.
Phone 237. C. H. Major & Co--Adv.
FRESH AND SOPH LITS AND
ENGINEERS IN GAMES TODAY
Rain has again halted' the progress
of the class baseball league. The
games between the laws and senior
lits and the senior engineers and ju-
nior lits will be played on Thursday,j
Tuesday's schedule'provided for two
games at 6:45 o'clock. The fresh lits
will play the so ph lits and the same
two classes, of the engineering school
will clash. These games are in the
second round of eliminaition.
Flying daily at Carpenter's Crossing,
Packard' Road.. Take Ypsi car. Coll
Maybe we can...help
Y OU wont have. any ltrou-o
ble ,finding a *job; it's,
easy enough. ;But finding
the job is a different matter,
It's best for 'you to get started
right; you dont want to start
anything you cant finish
If you write or call on our
e~mployment Manager,. he'll
be, glad to help. you analyze
the situation and arrive at the
decision that means so much
And Spurs hage won, ..
th~eir place- on merit.
ciaet.Ad pr itn'rgttee.
fprs idedy ewblndmaks rh Oiet'
wilgveyua rs trt.a
Spur is "class" all through-
even to the refined "brown-
and-silver" package, tripI;2-
wrapping, that keeps Spurs
fresh. and fragrant.
Schaffner & Marx