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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Every student is looking toward vacation and home. Many are planning summer trips and suchi
plans necessitate good looking luggage, Yet the luggage must be designed for use as well as
looks. We have listed below a few of the many pieces that combine style and economy.-v
LUGGAGE
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Wardrobe Trunkst
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$30 to $60 B
Wardrobe trunks are the most practical and in =t
the long run the most economical because they
carry one's attire without wrinkling. They have
open top fibre covers and come in black, brown
or green with vulcanized fibre bindings. They 7
are trimmed with brass plated steel corners, are
lined with cretonne and have drawers and hang-
ers. Sizes 40 and 45 inches are priced $30.00
to $60.00.A
UTILITY TRUNK =
STEAMER TRUNKS $15 to $30
$ 12 to $40 The utility trunk is made of three-ply basswood
in a box style. This trunk has an extra heavy
Steamer trunks are convenient for 'carrying a fibre binding, with a vulcanized fibre cover,
large supply of flat articles and are especially brass plated steel trimmings, and a brass excel-
desirable for camp trips. They come -in dark sior lock. There is a top tray for dresses.
green, black or brown vulcanized fibre and Sizes 34 to 40 inches for $15.00 to $30.00.
have brass plated trimmings. The tray is cov- -
ered and divided into two compartments. 36
inch size is priced from $12.00 to $40.00. HAT AND SHOE TRUNKS
TRAVELING BAGS $25.00
$10 and up Hat and shoe trunks are made of vulcanized
Traveling bags of genuine cowhide leather are fibre and have rounded edges. They are lined
lined throughout with leather and have sewed with cretonne and have a place for five hats
leather corners and leather handles. Priced and a separate tray for shoes. 26 inch high E
from $10.00 up. models are priced $25.00.
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Black Leather Suit Cases, $12.00
Lrge sized black leather suit cases are especially convenient for auto use or for carrying on a
trip where a trunk is inconvenient and yet where the traveler needs plenty of clothing. They are
lined with cretonne and are fitted with extra tray skirt fold. They have heavy straps and a brass,
lock. Priced $12.00.
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]IIWA NU TAKES
FRATERNITY CUP
[as Total of 830 Points Followed by
Phi Sigma Delta with
Aggregate of 770
ARIOUS EVENTS DRAW MORE
ENTRIES THAN EVER BEFORE

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With an aggregate total of 803
oints to its credit, Sigma Nu frater-
aity won first place in the interfra-
ernity athletic competitive games for
he entire year, according to figures
given out by the intramural office yes-
erday. Phi Sigma Delta fraternity
ook second honors with 770 points.
Both fraternities have been awarded
arge cups for their work by the in-
ramural department.
Teii Leaders Announced
Other teams that finished in the first
10 were: Beta Theta Pi, third with
738 points; Alpha Sigma Phi, fourth
with 734 points; Delta Tau Delta, fifth
with 720; Kappa Beta Psi, sixth with
706; Phi Gamma Delta, seventh with
'05; Phi Delta Theta, eighth with 631.
Delta Upsilon was to'play off the final
A box of stationery from the fine
selection at 0.'D. Morrill's, 17 Nickels'
Arcade, makes a pleasing Graduation
Gift.-Adv. '
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tennis match of the season with the
Zeta Beta Tau team last night and the
outcome of that match will determine'DIMOND
the last two places of the list of
standings. Delta Upsilon now has 598 I Il L OM O 0NOW
points and is tied with Acacia for ninthpl . t D a s o m w
pla~ce. If the Delta Upsilon team wins,
the tennis match, they will be award-
ed five additional points and will be Varsity Eager to Break Ohio State
ninth in the standing with a total of'Jinx in Final Big Ten
603 and Acacia will be tenth team with Contest
598.
16 Sports OfferedBT
During the school year there have BUCKEYES STARTED MICHIGAN
been 16 sports sponsored by the in- SLUMP WITH DEFEAT MAY 13
tramural office for participation of
fraternity men. Of the 69 fraterni- At 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
ties entered, it is presumed that an Michigan will try to shake adoubie
average of 50 teams to the sport was jinx. The Wolverine baseball 'Mine
reached during the year. In a few of 'meets the Ohio State diamond aggre-
the sports, wh tota entpopular o ngation in the final Big Ten game of
e campus,tyi ithe season and Fisher's men will be
cluded representative teams from out on their toes to humbe the Buck-
practically every fraternity entered in eye athletes who have been hodoos to
the year's activities. eeahee h aebe oost
The winners of the various sports the Wolverines in all branches of
were also awarded individual cups. sports for the past three years. In
The winners as announced are: soc- addition to the effort whichr wil be
cer by Phi Gamma Delta; cross-coun-~ made to break the spell the Scarlet
try by Phi Sigma Delta; basketball and Grey men have held over Mich-
by Sigma Chi; bowling by Delta The-I igan, the Wolverines will attempt to
to Phi; indoor track by Sigma Nu; shake the jinx which has followed the
outdoor track by Sigma Nu; swim-1 baseball nine since midseason and
ming by Beta Theta Pi; speed ball by which has ieen conspicuous in its ef-
Phi Delta Theta; baseball by Phi feet upon the batting averages of the
Chi; tennis (game played last night); squa.
foul shooting by Lambda Chi Alpha; tpset Title Chance
wrestling by Phi Chi; horse-shoe Ohio won its first baseball contest
pitching by Kappa Beta Psi; and hand from Michigan in four seasons, May
ball by Kappa Nu. There were no 13, when St. John's men put the skids
champions in either the hockey nor under the Wolverines at Columbus and
boxing. 1n the former, weather in- upset all dope by winning 4 to 2. Last
terfered with the completion of the year on Ferry field the Buckeyes came
tourney, and in the latter, officials close to winning when they forced
deemed it advisable that the sport be Fisher's men into an extra inning, in
discontinued because of the poor con- which Shackleford and Karpus star-
dition of the majority of the men en- red with the stick, before the verdict
tered. was returned in Michigan's favor.
This completes the third year of in- Baseball is not the only sport in
terfraternity competition of this kind. which Ohio has been Michigan's big-
in 1920 Alpha Delta Phi took first!gest problem, for in football the Scar-
honors and Phi Kappa Sigma won sec- let and Grey warriors have the honor
and place. Last year Sigma Nu pla- of being the only Big Ten team to win
ed first in the standings and Delta!three straight times from the Yost-
Upsilon was second. men, while in basketball the Buckeyes
Most Successful Year have won three years in succession
According to Elmer D. Mitchell, di- on the Waterman gymnasium foor,
rector of intramural athletics, this past but have had the decision reversed
year has been the most successfuliyear when Mather's men have played the
so far in regards to the interfrater- return games at Columbus.
nity sports. The increased partici- Can Finish Near Top
pation in the various events has taxed Coach Fisher will try everything in
the facilities of that department to ca-i re ownStra' ots.A
pacity. The responses to all calls for though the title Is no onger at stake
entries have been most generous, and Mthughn the tieishnooneryasake
in practically all cases, thernumber MihIan can finish onninealadayasr
of men entered has exceeded that of wit Ioi by winning Satdy
the past two seasons. Also, he inti- contest for the Wolverines will then
mated that in all probability, boxing be trailing only by a slim margin in
would again be introduced as an in- the percentage column with one more
tramural sport next fal. He explain- win and one more defeat than the
ed that miore~ efficient plans for the Illin.
coaching of the athletes entered in
this sport have been arranged for, and '22 Li rades to be Ready June 17
he is of the opinion that it will be Seniors in the literary college may
among the most prominent interfrater- obtain their grades on Saturday, June
nity sports of next year. 17, in the office of the registrar, it
- was announced from that office yester-
NOTICE day. Senior grades will be given first
I am buying old clothes and paying attention and will be worked on dur-
the highest prices. $3.00 to $10.00 for ing and immediately after the close of
suits. Call 1677-W or bring them to examinations, due to the fact that sen-
203 N. Main St. Dave Mordsky -Adv ior lists must be complete bfore
commencement.
Your name embossed free of charge Grades of underclassmen in the lit-
on Fountain Pens purchased at O. erary college will probably be ready
D. Morrill's, 17 Nickels' Arcade.-Adv. about the second week of the Summer
session, in the opinion of RegistraT
Walch Greater Michigan with The Arthur G. Hall, and they will be sent
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