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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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AI Y FIVE TO
TOUR SOUTHLAND

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Six Games on Schedule Which In.-
eludes Strongest Teams iii
Dixie
EIGHT PLAYERS WILL .BE
TAKEN ON VACATION TRIP

bring his men down during the holi-
days and, as far as is known, Mich-
igan has been the only school in the
Conference so honored. Such a splen-
did opportunity is not often presented
to a team and the coach and athletic
authorities accepted the invitation.
Meet Club Fives
The first game on the schedule will
be played in Nashville, Tenessee,
where the Varsity will probably op-
pose the strong Vanderbilt five. The
other games on the schedule will
probably not be with colleges or un-
iversities. The committee in charge
has arranged games with athletic
clubs and Y. M C. A. teams in a cir-
cuit of southern cities for the other
five contests. The last game of the
trip will be played in Birmingham,
Alabama, on the night ofrJan.g2.
Eight players, Coach Mather, and

Trainer Billy )Fallon will make the
trip. The committee in charge has
notified the coach that entertainment
will' be provided for the team during
the'southern jaunt. Games will be
played in Nashville and Memphis,1
Tennessee, Louisville and Danville,
Kentucky, and Birmingham, Alabama.
Personnel Undecided
As yet Coach Mather has not pick-
ed the men who will visit the sunny
south. It 'is certain that Captain
Karpus, now that he has successfully
passed his make-up examination, will
be one of the eight. For the forward
(Continued on Page Eight)
Snowfall Causes Decline in Power
The recent snowfall has occasioned
a notable decline in thetuse of elec-
trical power, according to C. E. Par-
don of the buildings and grounds de-

partment. "Our load has fallen off
about 100 kilowatts. This is due to the '
reflection of the snow," said Pardon.
GILBERT'S CHOCOLATES one-
half to five lb. boxes, just received
fresh.-Cushing's Pharmacy.-Adv.-
cuits .-Adv.

Now is the time to order your PER-
SONAL CHRISTMAS CARDS. En-
graving and embossing. 0. D. Mor-
rill, 17 Nickle's Arcade.-Adv.
Gilbert's and Martha Washington
candies for Xmas. Packed for mail-
ing. Tice's Drug Store, 117 S. Main
St.-Adv.

P. B. HARDING
SPECIAL DESIGNS IN FURNITUI
Upholstering, Furniture Reparing
Refinishing and Remodeling,
Telephone 681-W
H1S E. HURON ST. ANN ARBO

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01 4r ISrst of TiIxisfmtts Orertings

RANDALL

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PORTRAITS

Never before has a Michigan bask-
etball team been given such a trip
as the one which Mather's men will
enjoy during the Christmas vacation.
Leaving Ann Arbor on Dec. 26, the
team will head straight for the South
where it will engage in six games,
returning to Ann Arbor on Jan. 3 or
'4.
The schedule and trip has been
promoted and arranged by the Cham-
ber of Commerce of Nashville under
the direction of the director of games
committee of the national Y. M. C A.
He has arranged a circuit of cities
throughout Dixie and is running
through team sfrom the North. Coach
Mather was asked some time ago to

HAVE YOU VISITED THE STUDIO?

101 E. WASHINGTON STREET

PHONE 598

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LYNDON

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Useful Gifts for Christmas
Michigan Calendars, Memory Books, Michigan Pins,
Fobs and Spoons, Stationery, Fountain Pens.

-- EST. 1905 --

719 North University Avenue

WHAT IS CHRISTMAS

Select Them at the Only
STUDENTS' SUPPLY STORE
1160-R 1111 South University

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Phone

Avenue

AT THE THEATRES
TODAY

without a

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Screen
Majestic - Bill Hart in "The
Cradle of Courage." Mermaid
comedy, "Nonsense." Also
Topics and Paramount Maga-
zine.
Aroade-"Up in Mary's Attic,"
a Strand feature. Al St. John
in his newest comedy, "Fired
Again," and "The Mad Hat-
ters."
Wuerth- "Out in the Snows,"
with an All-star cast. Hank
Mann in "Why Change Your
Mrs." Fox News.
Orpheum-Norma Talmadge in
"Yes or No," and Hank Mann
in "The Gum Riot."
THIS WEEK

KODAK

Quality Clothing

Satisfaction Guaranteed

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Our Stock of Eastman Kodaks and Brownie
Cameras (for the Kiddies) Is Complete.

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$SKATES
and
SKATING SHOES

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The Best American and Canadian Makes

Stage
Garrick (Detroit)--"The Brat,"
a mystery play written by
Mary Roberts Rinehart and
Avery Hopwood, with an ex-
ceptional cast of well-known
players.
Schubert (Detroit)-"Poor Lit-
tle Ritz Girl," with Andrew
Tombes and a fine supporting
cast includingaevery one of
the original galaxy of Chorus
girls.

SKIS

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Pine

Ash

Hickory

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Geore J Moe
711 N. Univ. Avre. Next to Arcade Theatre

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At least one more trip to
Hutzel's Before Christmas!

It wouldn't do to miss the splendid displays of attractive gifts that we're
offering at moderate prices, and especially as we're still continuing our special

sales of

COATS
SUITS

DRESSES
SKIRTS

HANDKERCHIEFS

by the thousand-
boxed and singly,

25c to $2

For a

Man's Gift

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AND

Silk Underwear

Silk Hosiery
Blouses

Kimonos

Sweaters

Handbags

Novelty Jewelry
and Neckwear

UY it before you go home, from a
man s store. He'll appreciate the
fact that it came from here, where
we specialize in Men's wear. There's a
guarantee of satisfaction on everything
we sell-or money back.
Reule, Conlin, Fiegel Co.

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The Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes

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Main at Washington

Downtown

MAIN AND LIBERTY STREETS, ANN ARBOR

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