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THE IWCHIGAN DAILY a RAY, sICMMBMI 9. 192

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OPEN BASKETBA1LL
SCHEDLE TOIT
Western State Normal Meets Varsity
This Evening in First Court
Game of Season
MICHIGAN LINE-UP UNSETTLED;
REA, MILLER, ELY, TO START
Michigan's Varsity basketball team
will open its schedule at 7:30 o'clock
tonight in Waterman gymnasium when
it will meet the strong Western State
Normal five. Coach Mather's men look
for a hard game and almost every
man on the squad will be given a
chance to show his mettle. With only
two members of last year's team play-
ing tonight Mather is not hoping for
an easy victory but knows that his
men have their work cut out for
them.
The coach is by no means satisfied
with the showing made by the squad
against Ypsilanti Wednesday evening
and welcomes this chance to give the
team a real fight. No "dope" on the
two teams can be obtained as neither
team has played so far this season.
Western State, howevergave the Wol-
veriens a hot fight last year, and the
year before they gave Michigan a nice
drubbing.
Michigan's lineup is still unsettled,
only three positions being decided up-
on. Ely from last year's freshman
squad will start at center for the
Wolverines. Miller will start at for-
ward and will have either Reason or
Whitlock as his running mate with
the odds favoring the former. Reason
has been playing a fast brand of ball
this year and it would not be sur-
prising if he gets the call. Captain
Rea will be in his old place at running
guard. If Rea can keep up the work
he has started so far this season.
Mather will have no worries over this
position. The fifth place on the team
lies between Capon and Burke. Burke,
from the 1924 freshman team, played
a bang up game aainst Ypsilanti and
in all probability will start the game
tonight.
INTRAMURL. BASKETBILL
TOURNAMENTS PROGRESS
EVERY ORGANIZATION URGED TO
ENTER A TEAM IN ONE OF
VARIOUS LEAGUES
With the opening of basketball
tournaments in class, department,
church organization, and boarding
house leagues at an early date after
the Christmas holidays, the intramural
program, which is now keeping of-
ficials of the department unusually
busy, will be crowded to the limit.
Ralph 0. Rychener, '22M, assistant in-
tramural director, who is handling the
basketball arrangements, plans to
make the present year the busiest and
most popular the department has ever
known.,
Entries Now Open
Entries in the above named leagues
are now open at the intramural of-
fice. In the class and department
leagues there is an unlimited entry list
and anyone desiring to organize a
team may do so. Last year a large
vnumber of teams fromseach class en-
tered, and it is hoped that in the com-
ing tournament the list will be even
greater than in the past.
Several entries have already been

received in the boarding house league
and the tournament which, it was fear-
ed, might not be played on account of
lack of interest, is now well on the
road to a certainty. A few more en-
tries will make this innovation sure .
Rychengr urges patrons of the many
boarding houses on the campus to fol-
low the examples set by similar places
at such universities as Illinois and
Ohio State and organize court squads.
Such organizations, according to in-
tramural officials, brings about. a feel-
ing of fellowship and a spirit not oth-
erwise possible.
Games Continue
Play in the interfraternity basket-
ball leagues continued successfully
Wednesday night. Eight games were
'played, with the following results: Xi
Psi Phi defeated Gamma Eta Gamma.
10 to 7; Phylon defeated Cygnus, 23
to 2; Nu Sigma Nu defeated Phi Al-
pha Gamma, 11 to 7; Alpha Kappa
Kappa defeated Phi Rho Sigma, 21 to
0; Alpha Sigma defeated Pi Vpsilon
Rho, 20 to 8; Trigon defeated Delta
Sigma P", 12 to 8; Delta Sigma Delta
defeated Psi Omega, 11 to 8; Cacique
defeated Monon, 9 to 8.
16 Fraternities Qualify
In the bowling tournament the high
"Not another thing on my list!"
Why?_ He went to that wonderful
Episcopal booth and finished his hope
less Christmas shopping.-Adv.

16 teams are as follows: Delta Theta
Phi, 2524; Phi Mu Alpha, 2362; Nu
Sigma Nu, 2253; Alpha Tau Omega,
2240; Chi Phi, 2231; Lambda Chi Al-
pha, 2206; Alpha Sigma Phi, 2199; Phi
Delta Theta, 2166; Zeta Psi, 2163; Al-
pha Rho Chi, 2142; Delta Upsilon,
2136; Trigon, 2108; Phi Kappa Psi,
2077; Psi Upsilon. 2073; Alpha Delta
Phi, 2067; Phi Kappa Sigma, 2066.
KEEN MATCHES IN
HANDBALL TOURNEY
Perhaps the most exciting game of
handball ever played in Waterman
gymnasium was the contest between
Sanchez and C. Gehring Wednesday
afternoon. Both of these men are
former cup winners in this sport and
the contest was undecided until the
last when Gehring finally demonstrat-
ed his superiority.
There are. four former cup men
playing in the tournament and inter-
est is keyed up to a high pitch. There
will be two more exciting natches

played' this week, one on Saturd
morning between Ogdon and Rose
man, and the other Saturday aft
noon between Gehring and the winn
of the Husband vs. Brucher match
The following men are now
round two of the tournament, SegS
Harris, Smith, and S. Kripke. Tho
in the third round are, C. Gehrin
Rosenman, and Ogdon. The scores
yesterday's games between contestan
in the second round are, C. Gehri
defeated Sanchez, score 21-14, 21-
21-11. Ogdon defeated Greene, 21-
15-21, 21-7, 6-21, 21-18. Roseninand
feated W. Gehring, 21-6, 21-16, 21
The finals will be played off ne
Thursday so the winner may bed
cided before the Christmas vacati
By 1837 39 counties had been orga
ized in Michigan. There were tv
chartered cities and 23 incorporat
villages; 24 railroads had secur
charters. The Central railroad h
been completed from Detroit as far
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CLASS 'MANAGERS, NOTICE
All class athletic managers
should report to the Intramural
office at once for instructions re-
garding the interclass basketball
and bowling schedules.
The University club, a faculty or-
inization, was organized in 1911.

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Hear Ye!

Hear Ye!

All you who are hungry and crave the best. Our ice cream
department will put out a special three layer brick for Sunday.
This time it is going to be stawberry, lemon ice; and vanila
cream. Don't miss.it. Let us have your order before 9 P. M.

Trubey

SOUTHERN STUDENTS NOTICE
All students who are planning
to go through Detroit or Toledo
to Cincinanti or Louisville on
Friday night, Dec. 16, and who
would be interested in arrang-
ing for a special car are asked to
call J. M. Burge, '23, at 1016 im-
mediately.

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218 So. Main

Phone 166

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Locksmith. All kinds of door and
trunk keys. Phone 2498. Dell Keeler.
-Adv.
Magazine subscriptions. Best club
rates at Wahr's Bookstores.-Adv.
MASTER MASONS
All Masons on the pampus ar4 in-
vited to attend the Christmas Dance
of the Craftsmen's Club to be held at
the Packard, Saturday night, Dec.
10th. Tickets on sale at Quarry's Drug
Store.-Adv.

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TODAY and SATURDAY
STEW OR A
STRADIVARIUS?
Zoe needed the violin - a real
Stradivarius - for the concert
that meant success. But then,
there was the board bill and the
habit of eating is hard to break.
VI-OLA
DANAh

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Calling your attention -- Gentlemen,
to Corbett's Stupendous 10-Day Christ-
mas Sale of
FITFORM CLOTHES
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
at prices far below normal cost of such
merchandise today
SUITS-

INFEIS

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tLINNY

DEPICTS WHAT CAME OF ZOE'S CHOICE BETWEEN MEALS AND MUSIC. FROM THE

SATURDAY

EVENING POST STORY, "CARETAKER'S. WITHIN"
ADDED

STOLEN

GLORY

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$35.00, now
$45 and $50
Overcoats-

- $28.50
- 34.50

A COMEDY, TREAT FOR PAPA, MAMMA, AND THE KIDDIES AND
NOVELTY NUMBER PLA Y-BALL - SKETCHOGRAPHS

COMING SUNDAY

$23.50

$33.50

$38.50
as $65

Bert

Lytell

Some of these sold as high
before our sale

Get one early, Men, and wear a new
Suit and Overcoat home Christmas.
EQUALLY REMARKABLE VALUES
IN FURNISHINGS
JUST RECEIVED BIG LINE OF IMPORTED CAPS
SPECIAL -$3.00

--IN -
"A' TRIP TO PARADISE"
WITH BERT LYTELL AS CURLEY FLYNN THE CONEY
ISLAND LAD, BUCKING UP AGAINST PATERNITY AND IM-
MORTALITY. MOONGOLD ROMANCE ON THE BEACH; CRIME TO
SUPPORT THE CHILD, THEN PARADISE. BY ALL MEANS SEE
THIS PICTURE

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COMING SOON

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Tom

Corbett

- THIS SEASON'S GREATEST PRESENTATION WITHOUT EXCEPTION
Get-Rich-Quick-Wall ingford
GEORGE M. COHAN'S
STAGE SUCCESS THAT STARTLED AMERICA

116 East Liberty
WHERE FITFORM CLOTHES ARE SOLD

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