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tTIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1921 THE MICHIGAN DAILY raum

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SCENARIO CONTEST
CLOSES SATURDAY
With only three more days left on
The Michigan Daily scenario contest,
numbersof stories are being turned
into the office of the scenario editor.
The plots already turned in are de-
clared to be of high quality by a rep-
resentative of the producers who has
been examining them, but no decision
on any of them will be made before 6
o'clock Saturday night, the time when
the contest will close.
Interest in the contest has been In-
creasing on the campus within the past
few days, and a number of applications
have been received for positions in the
cast. No work on this part of the
production will be started until the
plot has been decided upon, however.
Have you sent in your scenario for
the University movie yet?

Professor Speaks at Health Meeting!
Prof. Barbara H. Bartlett, of the
department of public health nursing,
attended a state meeting of health
officers and public health nurses in
Lansing on Dec. 1, and spoke at the
conference on "Rural Child Hygiene."
Yesterday Mrs. Bartlett spoke at the
district nurses' meeting, Hackley hos-
pital, Muskegon, Mich., on "Public
Health Nursing."
Lacrosse has again become a recog-
nized sport at Princeton. Twenty-six
years ago it was dropped but now
will be taken up anew. There was an
informal team last year in which great
interest was shown.
In 1909 the women's adviser of the
University of Missouri advised the
co-eds at that institution not to make
themselves ridiculous by yelling at
football games.

MASTER MASONS
LEARN TO All Masons on the campus are in-
T Y P E W R I T E vited to attend the Christmas Dance
YOUR NOTES AND THEMES of the Craftsmen's Club to be held at
the Packard, Saturday night Dec.
-BC10th. Tickets on sale at Quarry's Drug
Hailton Busiess College Store.-Adv.
Holiday Suggestions

FAST GAMESFEAUREe
RATER!ITY CONTESTS
INTRAMURAL DEPARTMENT GIVES
OUT FURTHER BOWLING
SCHEDULES
Fast games, some hotly contested
and others easy victories, featured
Tuesday's interfraternity basketball'
battles. From a point of view of
score alone the triumph of Kappa Nu
over Alpha Chi Rho was the most out-
standing, the final count being 25 to
4. Sigma Chi's 22 to 2 win over Phi
Sigma Kappa was of equal brilliancy.
Sinfonia piled up a count of 23 to 8
against Alpha Rho Chi. Acacia gar-
nered a grand total of 16 against 3
for Delta Chi.
Close Battles Waged
The hardest fought game of the 1
evening was between Zeta Psi and
Delta Sigma Phi, the lead jumping
from one aggregation to the other, and
finally perching on the fence, making
the final count 8 to 8. Psi Upsilon
and Chi Phi staged a battle featured
by the apparent elusiveness of the
basket, the former coming out on top
by a 5 to 3 count. Zeta Beta Tau
downed Chi Psi in a hard game, 8 to
4, Beta Theta Pi doubled Theta Delta
Chi's count, winAing 19 to 8, Beta Phi
Delta took Theta Xi into camp 9 to
2, Sigma Phi Epsilon beat Phi Delta
Chi and Delta Kappa Epsilon defeat-
ed Alpha Delta Phi by 10 to 3 and
10 to 2 scores, respectively.
Bowling Schedule
Bowling In the second qualifying
round of the interfraternity tourna-
ment will begin tonight. EntrantsIn
this second round will be composed
of the high 16 teams of the first
round, and the scores of both rounds
will be added to decide the high four
aggregations to bowl in the elimina-
tion for first honors. The following
teams are scheduled for tonight: At
7 o'clock, Nu Sigma Nu, Trigon, Al-
pha Rho Chi, Delta Theta Phi. Four
more houses are to be scheduled to-
day to bowl tonight and will be not-
Ified by telephone at an early hour
this afternoon. They will bowl at 9
o'clock.
Thorne Unable To Be At Gym Today
Coach Thorne, who was unable to be
at the wrestling rooms of Waterman
gymnasium yesterday as planned, will
also be~ unable to be on hand today
due to conflicting engagements. He
will be there from 2 to 5 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon. I
Many Basketball Tickets Unsold
There are still plenty of basketball
tickets left in both group A and B.
Beginning Friday morning all tickets
left in either group may be purchas-
ed by those who have already brought
the tickets for one of the groups.
Have you sent In your scenario for
the University movie yet?
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv

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Michigan Banners, Pennants, Blank- Locksmith. All kinds of door and Personal Greeting Cards. Excellent
ets. and Pillows at Wahr's University trunk keys. Phone 2498. Dell Keeler. assortment at Wahr's Bookstores. -
Bookstore.-Adv. -AdV. AdV.
CHRISTMAS Greeting Cards
I Stationery and Gifts

Handkerchiefs
in a Large Assortment
of Linens and Silks
Initials, Fancy and Plain Linens
Plain and Fancy Silks
10 CENTS TO $2.00 EACH
A MOST USEFUL GIFT

Friday and Saturday--Finest
Hart Schaffner and Marx Suits

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Tnker& Company
SO. STATE ST. AT WILLIAM ST.

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HIS is
COLUMN LASSIF COLUMtN
CLOSES CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING UA; 3 PM.

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WANTED
WANTED-Students to act as solicit-
ors for Weekly Alumnus in their
home town during Christmas- vaca-
tion. A fine chance to earn good
money. Call at Alumni Office at
once, first floor, Memorial Building.
63-2
WANTED-- Bundle washings. Good
work guaranteed.Silks and wool-
ens washed carefully. All hand
work. Draper Home Laundry.
Phone 2806-M. 632 S. Ashley St. 61-3
WANTED - Front room, first floor
preferred, for gentleman. Near cam-
pus. Inquire Campbell, 326 E. Mad-
isan. Phone 2154-R. 62-2
LOMT
LOST-Small brown mink fur near1
Michigan Central Depot or State St.,
about Nevember 7. Reward. Call
Vogt,_1755-W. 63
LOST--A stone martin fur, Saturday
night near Barbour gymnasium.
Finder please call 940-W. Reward.
63-3
LOST-Gold bar pin with pearls and
blue stone in center. Return to D.
S., 417 S. Division. 62-2

FOR SALE
FOR SALE- Underwood typewriter,
with felt pad and shipping box. Ad-
dress Box L. B. P., Daily office. 62-3

FOR SALE - Buy a heatless
presser for $1.10 and look
"new" every day. 1629-W.

pants
like
62-5

FOR SALE-Cheap, Bausch and Lombes
microscope; good condition. Must
be taken at once. Box J. F., Daily. 63
FOR SALE - Official basketball in
good condition. Call Rock at 956-M.
63
FOIL RENT
FOR RENT-Large front room, mod-
ern conveniences, suitable for one
or two persons. Board if desired.
Phone 481-R. 61-21
FOR RENT-Single room, students or
business men. 923 Greenwood Ave.
Phone 2863-W. 63-3
LOST
LOST-Delta Sigma Delta pin. Please
notify Harold Fowler, 1502 HillSt.
62-3

WEDGETYPE
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PRESS. Takes but a moment to place
the tie over the wedge and push it in.
It works while you sleep and in the
morning you have practically a new
tie. There is no heat to take the life
and lustre out of the silk.
A necktie makes the best Xmas gift
when it is accompanied by a WEDGE-
TYPE TIEPRESS, which will make
the tie last twice as long, and keep it
free of wrinkles until it is worn out.
We will be glad to send free descrip-
tive matter to anybody. Send a postal
card today t. orbetter yet send
$3.50 and the WEDGETYPE TIE.
PRESS will be sent prepaid. We take
all the risk and agree to refund your
money if it does not do the work to
your own satisfaction and if it is re-
turned within five days.
We have a special offer to make to
a very limited number of students who
wish to pay their expenses by demon-
strating this useful article among
their friends. If interested send stamp
for our special proposition to demon-
strators.
T HE S PAYTH CO.
FORT WAYNLE,IND.

Reule Conlin Fiegel

LOST-C. C. P. 15
Post, 1058-M.

class ring.

Call
63-2

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