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OUR SODAS
AND SUNDAES
ARE TREY GOOD I
I'LL SAY THEY ARE

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Of intramural Sports Awards

CHEMISTRY COATS
HOSPITAL COATS

Home of Sweet and Purity
Always Fresh

FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH
Corner State and Liberty

802 S. Main

Phone 474-W

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Mother Should Have Your Photograph
Made at

STUDO.

Coach Mitchell, director of intra-
mural athletics, has announced the
regulations concerning the awarding
of the various colored numeral jer-
:eys, as adopted last year by the in-
tramural department. Numeral awards
are of three kinds. Highest awards
are given to the members of the in-
formal varsity teams such as swim-
ming, hockey, golf and soccer, and to
the five intramural managers. White
sweaters with blue numerals are the
awards given to these men.
Major Sports Prove Attractive
To the men qualifying for intra-
mural major sports, such as football,
basketball, baseball and track, blue
jerseys with red numerals are given.
Major sports have in previous yea.rs
drawn the largest number of men and
have attracted great interest because
of the interclass contests.
Blue jerseys with red numerals are
worn by the winners in the intramural
minor sports, such as interclass
Ihockey, tennis, swimming, and soccer.
No yellow letters are worn by any
athletes except those of Varsity teams.

ing the highest number of points in
athletic events, and also to the run-
ner up. These cups must be won
twice by a fraternity before it can
have permanent possession of the tro-
phy. It is not necessary for the fra-
ternity to win contests in order to
secure points. Points are awarded to
every fraternity for entering teams in
the various contests, and for each
contest won an addition is made to its
total. At the end of the year the
grand totals are published and the
fraternity athletic standing is pub-
lished.
Alpha Delt' Last Winner
Last season the highest honors
were won by Alpha Delta Phi, while
the runner up was Phi Kappa Sigma.
One of the conspicuous happenings
was the standing of Theta Chi. This
fraternity did not capture any cups,
but was active in all the events which
placed its grand total at a high ruark.
Of the professional fraternities, Nu
Signma Nu was high.
SlIX'iY STUD)1NTS RECIVE 1All)
F~1itIM tR~OVi~lINMN.''f LASTYEA

Waist Aprons, Bib

Aprons,'

DENTISTRY COATS

Aprons, Class .Toques, Freshman Caps
Parcel Post Laundry Boxes
Clothing, Furnishings and Hats
Ayres and Smith Caps

OjvELRALLS. AND COVERALLS

Rubber

721 N. University

296 J

Wadhams

& co.

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Pennants Pictures
Banners Laundry boxs & bags
211lankets Oilcloth
Pillows Muslin
Memory 2ooks Towels and a
Book Ends full line of gift
Sheets and novelties
Pillow cases
DARLING & MALLEAUX
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TWO COMPLETE S'ORES

STATE STREET

MAIN STREET

CUPS to be Given
Cup awards will also be diferent
than they have been in the past. Most
of the cups are given in interfrater-
nity contests. Permanent cus will
be awarded to the fraternity winning
in football, basketball, indoor base-
ball, hockey, indoor relays, boIinh g,
track arnd tennis. Last year's ganmes
were hotly contested and the cups
were evenly distributed. Alpha
Delta Phi was the only fraternity.
wining more than one cup.
Ai"-around efficiecy for te con-
tests of the year is also a factor, be-
ing stressed by Coach Mitchell. Cups
will be awarded to the fraternity hav-

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Highest Prices for

Discarded

Clothing

La t year at this time there were
60 male students inr the University re-
ceiving assistance from the govern-
ment. At the close of the University
year there were a few more than 100,
according to Prof. Wabr.
Si ILE I; IFIRIM FOR ]I. 0.
V2. (C. iUIT 1iI IlVES AT OFFICE
The samnle uniform for the R. O. T.
C. unit is on hand at the office of Mili-
tary Science and Tactics for inspec-
tion. A vote will be cast during the
present week in regard to the pur-
chasing of these uniforms.
AER
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Ladies Party Gowns a Specialty
NOTICE!
Young women who would
earn extra money during lei-
sure hours will find lucrative
employment at the Tele-
phone Exchange. As an
empioye, you enjoy the priv
ilege of the cafeteria where
home cooking is served at
cost. Call at the Office be-
tween 9 A. M. and 5 P. M.
lICHIGAN STATE
TELEPHONE CO1PANY
Cor. Mai and Wasldngion

Exciusi
Clean:
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Kindly notice
Cleaning stays
ever had.'
Phone 25

ENERGINE
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Cleaners

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repairing

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Claude Brown will pay you the highest price
for your old clothes, Men's, Women's atd Chil-
dren's garments. Sell me your old clothes before

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Odorless

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the moths get them.

hfie highest price will be

paid without quibbling.

Phone 2601 and my wagon will call at your house

Gompany

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Claude

Brown

oiu of 8nergine-

120 N. FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 2601
EAST SIDE OF COURT HOUSE
$ $ $ $ $-FOR DISCARDED CLOTHING-$ $ $ $ $

how
clean

much longer our Energine
over any other cleaning you
209 S. 4th. Ave.

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THE ANA

ARBOR

SAVINGS

BANK.

ains to be of utmost service to all its depositors
It is the largest bank in the county and has grown to over
$5,o000,00
resources in its more than a half century of existence.

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CARE OF FUNDS

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1. Two-thirds of the checking accounts of transients are
carried by us at an actual loss.
2. We ask you to help reduce this loss by drawing no small
checks. Come into the bank and draw enough cash to pay for
what you buy in a half dozen places instead of giving a check
for each purpose. A small check is one under $10.00.

3. Overdrafts are forbidden by law.
4. Your EARNEST CO-OPERATION will obviate our re-
verting to the custom of a monthly charge for carrying small
T'IRANSIENT ACCOUNTS.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK.

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We solicit your business.

Main Office, North West Corner of Main and Huron Streets
Branch Office, 707 North University Ave.

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