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ASS SWIMMING, MEET
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With the interfraternity swimming
meet brought to a successful conclu-
sion the eyes of all natators are turn-
ed to the class tank meet, which is
scheduled to open on Tuesday even-
ing. The eligibility rules for this
event are somewhat different from
those of the interfraternity combat in
that no men who have won Varsity
numerals are permitted to compete.
All members of this year's squad,
however, who have not received the
highest swimming award will take
part, as will members of last year's
freshman organization. This will
again bring into action some of the
stars of the fraternity meet as well
as many other crack tank men who
did not have the opportunity to com-
pete at that time.
Numerals will be awarded to win-
ners of four or more points, first place

to count five, second three, third two,
and fourth one. The events will be
the 40, 100, and 220 yard free style,
60 yard back stroke, 60 yard breast
stroke, plunge for distance, and fancy
diving.
A cup will be awarded to the highest
point winner. It should be under-
stood, further, that the intramural
department does not award more than
one Jersey a year to a man for any
one sport. Therefore, those who win
interclass awards, but who later
achieve Varsity numerals, will not re-
ceive their interclass jerseys.
UNIVERSITY PROFESSORS WILL
ATTEND CHICAGO MEETING
Several local professors will attend
a meeting of the Modern Language
association to be held in Chicago dur-
ing the Christmas vacation.
Prof. Solomon F. Gingerich, of the
English department, will read a pe-
per on "The Turning Point in Words-
worth's Religious Faith." Profs.
Charles P. Wagner, Hugo P. Thieme,
and Samuel Moore have arranged to
be present. Prof. Morris P. Tilley will
attend a similar meeting in the east
at Vassar college.

STORZ ROLLS 629
FOR NEW RECORD
Bowling in the interfraternity pre-
liminary contest was completed on
Thursday evening with the exception
of one team. The evening's work was
featured by H. E. Storz, Delta Chi,
who broke Gallagher's high mark for
the tourney by rolling 629 in three
games, an average of slightly over
209 points per game. This feat is
particularly notable as in last year's
tournament Storz was high point
winner. There is still a chance of
his mark this year being broken,
however.
The teams bowled as follows: Phi

Kappa Psi, 1,930 Sinfonia, 2,129;
Phi Sigma Kappa, 2,110; Delta Chi,
2,121; Phi Gamma Delta, 1,777; Phi
Rho Sigma, 2,315; Lambda Chi Al-
pha, 2,316.
The following eight teams are
high and will bowl in the elimination
matches: Phi Delta Theta, Sigma Nu,
Theta Chi, Monks, Lambda Chi Alpha,
Phi Rho Sigma, Alpha Delta Phi, Psi
Upsilon.
The class contests are also going
strong. The following schedule is
announced for Monday night: 7
o'clock-senior engineers, junior en-
giners, fresh lits, junior lits. 9 o'clock
-upperclass medics, architects, ex-'20
engineers, graduates.

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PARTY DRESSES
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WE DO PLEATING OF ALL KINDS

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TUESDAY DEC. 14

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