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TROPHIES' TO BE GWEN
WINNERS IN CLASS GAMES

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visit.

Pay your subscription to the Daily.

Hester Cooper, '18, of Detroit, is
here visiting friends.

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AND OVERCOAT: SwallowtaiL.

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WAISTCOAT: White singlA bxeasted, four butsn of Pique or Sik.
TROUSERS: Same material. as coat.
HAT : Silk, with felt band.
SHIRT AND CUFFS: Stiff linen or Pique, white.
COLLAR: Poke, wing or lapfront.
CRAVAT: White tie of plain or figured Pique or linen..
GLOVES: White Glace or White Reindeer.

JEWELRY: Pearl or Moonstone links and studs.

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Fine Furnishings

FOUR CUPS TO BE FOUGHT FOR
THIS YEAR BY COLLEGE
WOMEN
A hockey cup wil be awarded some-
time this fall, to the class that wins
the interclass hockey match. It is
not possible, however, that the regu
lar cup be awarded, because it was
given with the stipulation that any
class that von it for four successive
years should have the privilege of
keeping it, The class of 1919 did this,
and now, Consequently, it blopgs to
them. The problemn of procuring a new
trophy is now before the Athletic as-
sociation,and the class that wins the
hockey match this year may lom for-
ward to having its numerals at the
top of a perfectly new cup.
There is a "Basketball Cup," which
will be awarded at the final game next
March, and a cup that will be given to
the class giving the best "stunt" at
the Athletic association banquet in
February. A trophy will also be
awarded to the winer at the tennis
tournament./
Two different events are taken into
consideration in awarding the athletic
championship pcup. It must go either
to the freshman or sophomore class
and boththe gymnasium demonstra-
tion and the apparatus, meet are con-
sidered in determining which class
will possess it.
The Demonstration will count 60
points, and the apparatus meet 40
points toward it. The class having
the highest average in the two events
will win it. 1
Six silver cups hold places of honor
in the trophy case at Barbour gym-
nasium. The front of each cup is en-
graved with the numerals of the class-
es to which it has belonged "by right
of conquest" during the past years.
uxomcun
There will be a Women's league
party in Barbour gymnasium at 4
>'clock Friday afternoon. Masques
'ill entertain with their play, "Joint
)wners in Spain," after which there
AIll be tea and dancing.
Masqus will meet at 12:30 o'clock
'riday at White'" studio to have the
!ichiganensian picture taken.
Indoor gymnasium classes will start
Thursday. A', girls are responsible
attendance at the first class.
Girls can now sign for elective work
n gymnas m, basketball, swimming,
or dancing, oht signs posted in Bar-
* bour gymnasium.
The board of the Women's Athletic
assciation will meet at 5 o'clock
this afternoon in Barbour gymnasium.
SOPHOMORES GET
FRESHMEN'S GOAT

The Gift-
that only you can give.
Your Photograph.

721 N. UNIVERSITY AV

Florence Wells, ex-'18, of Bay{
is in Ann Arbor to spend a few
as the guest of friends.

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You will now find very special values in WINTER MILLINER.
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STEVENS & PERSHING
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TOMORROW AN SATURDAY

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EARLE WILLIAMS

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NOTE-This is the severest test to
which you can Put your cigarette.

Just enough Turkish*
T most of the places where straight
L Turkish cigarettes used to have
"call" Fatima is now the leading
rette. Here are a few of these
es-just as examples of Fatima's
ularity among men who really know
to judge cigarettes:

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EARLY dinner time you've been
smoking all day., How is your ciga-
rette appetite?
If it is tired and jaded-in other words,
unless it's as fresh, crisp and snappy as
right after breakfast-you ought to look
around for a different brand of cigarettes.
The right brand (when you find it) will
let you feel fine and fit and smoke-hungry
clear up to bed-time.
It will give you enough of the delicious
flavor of Turkish tobacco-but it will be
so blended as to off-set the ove-richness
or heaviness that comes from smoking
too much Turkish.
The one cigarette which to-day seems
to be attracting most men who tire of
straight Turkish is Fatima (see at left).
As soon as you are ready to look seri-
ously into the cigarette question, put
Fatimas to the 6 o'clock test.

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tz-Carlton
ock Exchange

In spite of high spirit, evidenced by
a live goat for mascot and gay deco-
rations of a verdant 'hue, the fresh-
men hockey team went down in de-
feat to the sophomore women yester-
day afternoon on Palmer field.
Good teamwork characterized the
play on both sides. Previous experi-
ence on the part of the sophomores,
however, gave them an advantage
which resulted in a score of 2 to 0 in
favor of the class of '22.
Since the seniors won Tuesday's
ganib from the Juniors by the. same
score, 2 to 0, the final game will i
played between the seniors and sopho-
mores for class championship. The
date of this game has- not been set.
Men of 32nd Division Organize
University veterans of the 32nd Di-
vision met Tuesday night at the
Union and organized a branch chap-
ter of the 32nd Division Veterans'
association.
Theoa ifcers elected were: Presi-
dent, T. B. McKinney, '22; vice-pres-
ident, Harris Russel, '23; secretary, C.
W. Thom, '23; treasurer, Stephen
Loranger, '23. Another meeting will
be held next Tt esda -night, time and
room to be announced in. The DaIy,
at which they urge all men who were
in the 32nd Division to attend.
Iota Sigma P1 Elects New Members
Iota Sigma Pi, honorary national
chemical society, recently held its fall
initiation. The following women were
made members: Marcella Forster, '20,
Esther Hollands, '21, Elinor Leonard,
'21, Monica Allen, '22P.
Nunnally's, "The Candy of the
South." Tice's. 117 So. Main St.-Adv.
Pay your subscription to the Daily.

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nore Turkish than
h blend cigarette.

A Sensible Ciqarelle

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