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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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nd Opening Tonight. Allmen-
r Music House, in new location
aynard St. 7:00 P. M. Rhodes
Orchestra. Come.-Adv.
TELEPHONE 214 F. I

Sullivan to Organize Boxing Class
Ted Sullivan of the Y. M. C. A., will
organize a boxing class at the city "Y"
next week, and will act as its instruc-
tor. The class will contain a num-
ber of University students. Mr. Sul-
livan promises to have a great deal in
store for the class as he himself is a
man of wide reputation and exper-
ience in the game.

LEAVE ANYTHING BEHINDT
All personal property left in
the Ferry Mleld club house should
be called for and claimed this
week.
Enroll low-"School For Scandal."
-Adv.

INTRAMluRAL DEPARTMENT UNDERTAKES
EXTENSIVE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT

TODAY AND TOMORROW
The "Something Different
Yo 've been Waiting For

"The Girl

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Classes, Fraternities, Churches, and
Boarding Houses to Take Part
In Large Program
DIVIDE FRATERNITIES INTO
EIGHT DIFFERENT LEAGUES
What promises to be the most ex-
tensive basketball season ever under-
taken by the Intramural department
will get under way on- or about Dec.
4, with teams in fraternity, class,
church, and, possibly, boarding house
circles taking part.
Contrary to the elimination system
used in the past, the fraternity tourna-
ment will be on a new basis, the teams
being divided into eight leagues, as
follows: Washtenaw avenue, Hill
street, Madison street, North State
street, South State street, house clubs,
professional medics, and professional
laws and dents. Houses nbt on the
streets mentioned will be classed with
one or another of the street leagues.
The following is the classification
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Fourteen tables on the
second floor reserved ex-
clusively for this sociable *
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SIIlLIARtDS CIGAUS CANDIES
PIPES LVNCHES SODAS
S"We t=y to treat you riht.

Am's *0 sib Ak I 's3~

A Sequel to ktu
"Vack to God's Country" ' ctoGs Codmtrya
Love, Adventure, Thrills are here 0ne
and Red-blooded.
Romance in the Canadian
North Woods
-Added Comedy 'l e.

made by the Intramural department:
Fraternities by Location
Washtenaw avenue: Kappa Sigma,
Lambda, Chi Alpha, Phi Delta Theta,
Phi Epsilon Pi, Phi Kappa Psi, Phi
Kappa Sigma, Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
Theta Chi.
Hill street: Alpha Sigma Phi, Al-
pha Tau Omega, Delta Tau Delta,
Delta Upsilon, Kappa Beta Psi, Phi
Sigma Delta, Phi Gamma Delta, Sig-
ma Nu.
Madison street: Beta Phi Delta, Phi
Mu Alpha (Sinfonia), Sigma Phi Epsi-
lon, Theta Xi, Alpha Rho Chi, Phi
Delta Chi.
South State street: Acacia, Alpha
Delta Phi, Beta Theta Pi, Chi Psi,
Delta Chi, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Theta
Delta Chi, Zeta Beta Tau..
North State street: Alpha Chi Rho,
Chi Phi, Phi Sigma Kappa, Delta Sig-
ma Phi, Kappa Nu, Psi Upsilon, Sig-
ma, Chi, Zeta Psi.
House clubs: Hermitage, Cygnus,
Deltasig, Monon, Trigon, Cacique.
Professional laws and dents: Delta
Sigma Delta, Delta Theta Phi, Gamma
Eta Gamma, Psi Omega, Sigma Delta
Kappa, Xi Psi Phi.
Professional medics: Alpha Kappa
Kappa, Alpha Sigma, Phi Alpha Gam-
ma, Phi Beta Pi. Phi Chi, Phi -Rho
Sigma, Pi Upsilon Rho, Nu Sigma Nu.
Independent Teams
In the interclass league it is hoped
to reach as many. Independents as pos-
sible, there being four teams represent-
ing each class in the literary and eng-
ineering colleges, and one team each
from the laws, medics, dents, homoe-
ops, pharmics, architects, education,
and foresters. The teams likewise
play on a league basis, every team
being given an opportunity to display
its ability by campetition with more
than one aggregation.
A church league will also be oper-
ated in conjunction with the Student
Christian association, every denomin-
ation being represented by a court
five. This system has been found ex-
ceedingly popular at Ohio State, where
the intramural department is among
the foremost in campus affairs, a posi-
tion which it is rapidly reaching at
Michigan.
Boarding Houses
In addition, if there be sufficient de-'
mand, a, league for boarding houses
will also be run. There are many
boarding houses on the campus whose
patrons have a unified spirit and are
desirous of such a league, and if rep-
resentatives from a sufficient num-
ber of houses call at the intramural
office arrangements will be made for
a boarding house league.
All games will be played at Water-
man gymnasium, there being two per-
iods for play, the first from 6:30 to
7:45 o'clock, and the second from P:30
to 10:30 o'clock.
For the ways of society see "School
For Scandal."--Adv.

Harriers Do Well
On j"Yuddy Course
Running over one of the worst
courses that any cross country team
had ever seen before, the Michigan
harriers placed fifth in the Confer-
ence run held at Bloomington, Indi-
ana, last Saturday. Chute, finishing in
seventh place, was the first Wolver-
ine to cross the tape, and for his ef-
forts he will receive an "M". He and
Eddie Carroll, the famous Michigan
miler, are the only men to win their
letters in cross country running.
Finkle of Wisconsin was the first
man to complete the grind, and his
time was 29 minutes and 12 seconds.
He was followed by Rathbun of
Ames, while McGinnis of Illinois
placed third. Furnas, the Purdue star,
was ill before the run, but entered
and finished in 24th place. Arndt of
Michigan placed 23rd, and Whitte-
more was the 30th man to come
across the line. Captain Penberthy
was next, placing 34th, followed by
Bowen, who was 37th. Standish did
not finish within the scoring.
More than 70amen started at the,
shot of the gun and most of them fin-
ished. There was one long hill in the
course that few were able to run up.
Illinois won the championship with
Ames in second place. The Badgers
placed third and Ohio State furnish-
ed a surprise by finishing fourth.
Then came the Wolverines, followed
by Purdue, M. A. C., Minnesota, Iowa,
Northwestern, and Indiana.
More than 600 people witnessed
Michigan's defeat of Albion by a score
of 56 to 10 in 1890.
A ReliableJeweler
CHAPMAN
113 South Main

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