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reshman basketball team have
arded the silver loving cup as
t of their victory over the
>res for final championship
y night.
ame started off with the soph-
in the lead and a determined1
of freshmen at their heels.
les fought eyery minute, show-
andid team work. The first
.ed with a score of 15 to 22,, the
n in the lead.
e beginning of the second half,
iomores made a sudden spurt,
g several baskets in succes-
hen the freshmen made a slow
,dy gain to the end. The final
as 26 to 36, a. victory for the

class of '24. Both teams were well
matched although the sophomores
were at a slight disadvantage with tWo'
of their regulars unable to play.
QUESTION OF CHINESE STUDENTS
ANSWERED
"Why do we believe in God!?" will1
be the theme upon which Leonard A.
Barrett will speak in the Presbyterian
Church, Sunday morning, at 10:30.1
This is the second question asked by1
the Chinese students of the University
of Chicago and sent in the form of a
questionnaire to a number ofrmen in
different lines of professional life.-
Adv.
Let me design and make your Spring
Dresses. Mrs. Eugene Crum, Vogue
Shoppe, Nickel's Arcade.-Adv.
SPECIAL 90c Chicken Dinner, Sun-
day, 12 to 2 p. m., Chinese Gardens.-
Adv.

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Creamery Butter and Country Eggs
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Wtomnen
Following the usual custom, the sen-
fors will wear their caps and gowns"
at the Women'stannual luncheon Sat-
urday at Barbour gymnasium.
Girls of Helen Newberry residence
will entertain a group of faculty mem-
bers and their wives at a tea from 4
to 6 o'clock Sunday afternoon.
Girls trying out for the indoor meet
should take their apparatus examina-
tions on Monday and Tuesday, April
4 and 5.
Pledges for the Doctor Sargent
campaign are due and are pay-
able at Newberry hall.
Social service workers are needed'
at the University, hospital. Anyone
wishing to do this work may sign up
between 2 and 5 o'clock any afternoon
at Newberry hall.
Chaperones forthis week' end will
be: Saturday night at the Union, Mrs.
Mabel E. Cake; at the Armory, Mrs.
Yates Adams.
Members of the University Girls'
Glee club are requested to meet at
11:45 o'clock this morning in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall.
All -girls who are interested In go-
ing to the Geneva Y. W. C. A. con-
ference are urged to attend a meeting
which will be held at 7:30 o'clock
Tuesday night in Lane hall.
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go 6000 miles for the
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used in Murad-Why?
Because -Turkish has a taste--Turkish has a
midness'-Turkish has a delight-far beyond all
cigarette tobaccos of all other lands-
Murad gives you real enjoyment, and true
delight such as no Tobacco other than 100% Pure
Turkish Tobacco can give.
Facts.-Facts -FACTS-!i

A clever, impromptu v.audeville
made up Vf individual stunts took the
place of the postponed Mummers' play
which was to have been given at the
Women's league party yesterday aft-
ernoon in Barbour gymnasium. The
program arranged by the entertain-
ment committee of the league on one
day's notice was as follows: Songs
by Helen Bailey, '21, a Bowery char-
acter song by Ruth Werkheiser, '23,
and Sophia Wolezynski, '22, a song
and clog.dance from the Junior Girls'
play by Christile Murkett, '22, "At the
Movies", a recitation by Velma Lee
Carter, '24, a cello solo by Avon Rich,
'23, and an Italian dialogu* by Lesie
Gaylord, '23.
Music for the dan6e which followed
in the parlors of the building was sup-
plied by an orchestra composed of
girls.
Alumnae House Board Meets Today
The board of governors of Alumnae.
house v ill meet at 9 o'clock this morn-
ing at' that residence. Mrs. Myra Post
Cady, '95, of Detroit; Mrs. Caroline
Kleinstuck, '75, of Kalamazoo; Miss
Nellie. Hayes, '97, Mrs. J. Leslie
French, '02, of Toledo; Mrs. J. L. Mark-
ley, '92, and Mrs. Myra B. Jordan, '93,
of Ann Arbor, will be in attendance
at this meeting.
Miss Mary F. Minnis, Chiropodist,
formerly with Mack and Co., will be
at the Saunder's Hair Shop, Tuesday
of every week. Phone 2673-M for'rap-
pointments.-Adv.

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ENT - ery pleasant suite.!WANTED - Particulars regaiting
on three sides and a porch, renting of a rooming house. Also
blocks from campus, 815 East . in market for student furniture.
124-9' Senn particuars to Box H. J. X.,
Daily Office.,128~
ENT- Large room, for two -
or husband and wife, third WANTED-First floor suite furnished
427 E. University. 126b or unfurnished within easy walking
distance of campus. Box F. W. P.,
NT-Part of nice front double Da ly.s B___F._W_P127-3
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n. 110 S. Ingalls. 126-3 WANTED-Second hand canoe in good
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north of campus. 1724-J. 127--

Men: Last season's hats turn-
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blocked with all new trimmings
look just like new, wear just as
long and saves you five to ten
dollars. We do only high class
work.rFactory Hat Store, 617
Packard 'St. Phone 1792.

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AND FOIND 1 FOR SALE-Cheap, a complete set of
Michigan Iraw books and cases. Nine
n N. Ingalls and 12th go'den oak cases-large size, 2 re-
Sigma Kappa pin. with volving cases, large golden oak of-
ley on back. Finder flice table. These goods are as good
)09. Reward. 126-3 as new. Address, A. E. Richardson,
109 So. Nottowa St., Sturgis, Mich-
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etween Lane Htill and
n campus. Phone 898-,.! FOR SALE-Airdale dog at half price.
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