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AD'S TANK TEAM
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DS AT MEET SAT.
IJRDAY

fspecial transportation facilities to take
the Clevrelanders homne in a body for
the Christmas recess.
HATS TO WEAK, HOSE
Those who desire their' hats clean-
ed and rebloeked for going home will
Tease ' leave thorn at our shop as

soon as possileI so we can have themZf
out on time. We do Velour and Borisa-
lino hats so, they retain their original
fineness of texture and pliability; they
are easily ruined by cheap hat clean-
ers. We do only, high class hat. work.
Factory Hat Store, 617 Packard 'St.
Phone 17r92.--Adv.
For Cam'pus news read the Mioh-:
igan 'Daily.-Adv.

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Coach Drulard Is Ipleased with theI

basketball showing made by the student siim-
In prepara- wing team against the strong D. A.
which are C. squad. Every man on the 'Univer-
sity team bettered his previous record
3ve 'Coach for the local tank. The" champion
ea of the D). A. C. team was pushed to the limit.
e has been Materal Strong
tough he In remarking on the 'University
lthe play- squad, Coach Matt Mann, who is men-
yout, the tor of the Detroit outflt, said, "There
nce at' that is some excellent material on the
k Ain one of school team With but a little more
practice the squad should' compare
favorably with the b1tst in the West."
trong Pol- The work of Dinwiddie, Hyde, and
e here for White drew considerable praise from
veining the the veteran coach. He considers these
jWestern men corners, who show great promise
aazoo. Both of developing into first rate swim-
aftairs an~d mere. Incidentally Coach Mann is con-
d the cam- sidered the foremost coach in the Un-
ithe play- ited States today. His work at the
N. Y. A. C., Yale, and the D. A. C.
vas not im- has placed him in this exalted post-
did show, tioni.
ounded his One of the features of , Saturday
tale of the night's meet was the race between
Landled the Handy of the D. A. C. and Hy'de of
tp a strong the University in the first heat of the
ot so good '100 yard crawl. Hyde led Handy, the
,e been im- ~fastest man in' the state in the crawl,
This is not for four laps. It look~ed as though
coach has he would win over his more expeir-
defensive 'fenced opponent. I~n the home stretch
tg thu~s far. he was still in the lead 'but could not
getting the keep the pace. To lack of condition
rudiments only is attributed his defeat. Valena-
loping 'an tine at the sturdent team also made a
day's con- good showing for, him~self. Hisi time
e measure- in the 40 yard crawl was only 44 of,
empt, a. second behind that of Handy.
Break State Record
Jack Wii- One state record 'was shattered in
ek into the the meet. Paul. Roberts, the 220 yard
aid up for breast stroke champion of Canada,
dicitis and broke the state record in the 100 Yard
but the lat- breast stroke ' event. He climbed oft
and it s5 and 2-5 seconds from the former
one of' the record time:. He 'established, the re-
markable time of 1:17 3-5 for this
- event. The exhibitions of Marie Curt-
is, Johanna, Lemone, and Betty Jones
KR were pleasing. Miss Curtis swam a 64
DR ILL yard crawl and a 40 yard back stroke.
Betty Jones, who is the state diving
rhad gold champion, displayed good form in a!)
nday when her diving. She was ably assisted by
nar the bar he team mate, Johanna Lemone.
3t probable
e.ar's point MEETING OF CLEVELAN~D M~EN,
ne out now T~O ARRANGE ATHLETIC DINNER
a unnn rina

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5c a p ackage
before the war

House .Party

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Favors

6 c a package
during the war

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~Sterling. Silver enameled
novelties in Lavender, Pink,

c a package
u NOW

Yellow and Blue.

THE FLAVOR LASTS
SO DOES, THE PRICE!.

.Men's German Slever Fa-

vors include

Eversharp

Pencils; also pocket knives,
key chains, cuff links, etc.

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S Cleveland students, of the ' niver-
.city will join the ranks of Michigan,
~athletic boosters at a meeting sclied-
1 ulied for 7: 36 o'clock tonight at the
fUnion.
C pdividuals of the Ohio city have
-made glans for a banquet to be held in
Cleveland during the holidays at which
15 or more of the city's best high
.school athletes will be 'the guests' of
honor.s Alumni of the city are, back-
ing the scheme and will co-operate
with the undergraduates, in present-
ing Michigan's possibilities to the pro-
1' spective Wolverines.
f The meeting tonight is open to all
Cleveland men and will be devoted

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THERE'Sec
ings and by d
the assurance of
Clothes in your in
Every garme
ing by continueda
'(I' the equal of ours'
from now.- Prom
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Insist,

,nomy in buying, quality' that you know is
the' sense of 'satisfaction that cornes with it.
,quality--quality of the first order; we4
nterest.

right.
And
:hose

YTu profit in the material sav-
lyou can czome to this store with
and assembled Kuppenheimer

You'll save
if you do

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Quality

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lent we own is actually worth, more than its price,:
market increases'it is safe to-assume that clothes
wvill be worth Tconsiderably more in. a few months
riinent values now at.

and judg-

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$45.00

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"--Makes Jack -a
Dull Boy j"
Jack and Tom and 'Harry get
to be very dull chaps,' Indeed, if'!
they believe in all work' and no
play.
Men who 'want to keep their
minds keen and their *Its
sharp,, know that they~must' play
tof keep fit for the terrific strain
ofmodern life.
If your "prof" is wise he will-
heartily' approve of your play-.a
ing an occasional game of bit-j
liards. Come in tonight-get d
good cue in your hands again-
and ee. how soon your former
skill tomen back to you.
HUSTON BROS.
Billiards and Bowig, Cigars
and Candies. Cigarettes &: Pipes. .
"We try to treat you 'RfghV"
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)therg at $35, $40, $50.41$559
'N. F. Allen 'Coo'
The Hfouse ,of-Kuwppenheimer Clothesx
in n Arbor

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202 E. Washii
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