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Daily Want Ads Par.-Adv.

Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

DANCE!

Chop Suey
CHINESE AND
AMERICAN RESTAURANT
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613 E. Liberty

AT MACCABEE HALL
Cor. Main & Ann
EVERY
WEDNESDAY EVENING
VARSITY
JAZZCOPATORS
DANCING -9:00 TO 12:00
Gentlemen 50c -- Lailies 25c

WOLERINE QUINTET TO
MEET CINCINNATI FIVE
MATHEW'S MEN WILL ENGAGE
OHIO TEAMS THIS WEEK
END
Victorious in their opening contest
with Western State Normal college,
Coach Mather's Maize and Blue basket-

on Friday night, the Wolverines face
the powerful court aggregation of the
university of that Ohio city.
Cincinnati Strong
Cincy has no weak team. If any
doubts of that ever existed they were
dispelled on Saturday night when they
met and defeated the fast-going men
of Ohio State by what, in basketball,I
is an overwhelming count. The finall
score was 33 to 11, the Buckeyes never
having a chance with their more pow-
erful opponents from the city of hills.
On Saturday. Coach Mather's men

Alumni Praise .Michigan Eleven As
"Duke"'IDunne Pays Tribute To Yost
The entire Varsity football squad, their support during the football sea-
All-fresh squad, and coaches were son had done much for the team. The
given a "bust" in Detroit last Saturday Michigan leader paid a tribute to Yost
nightin celebration of the close of the in which he said the team believed in
past gridiron season. Detroit alumni Yost and was behind the coach to a
hired special cars on the D. U. R., and man, and that no greater proof of his
the teams were given transportation ability was needed.
to the city, where they were the guests.Goebel Optimistic
of John Kunsky at his Madison thea- Captain-elect Paul Goebel, also made
ter. Following the theater party, the a short speech. He said that each year
Varsity squad was taken in taxis to Michigan had lost one less Conference
the University club to dinner, while game, and that in 1922 it would not lose

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CHRISTMAS Greeting (
Stationery and Gif ts

an unusually desirable

selectio

STUDENTS SUPPLY STORE
1111 So. UNIVERSITY AVE.

:t turn their faces and stepsI vu ' 'tuuy %+auLaut
diretionofhincinadtiwhere'journey northward once more, stop-
lirection of Cincinnati, where ping enroute at Cleveland to repay the
visit of the Case football team thiS
fall, a visit that resulted disasterously
for the gridiron warriors of the Scient-
. arC s ists. Case is set for revenge, and has
a quick-stepping, straight-shooting ag-~
gregation of basket tossers that is apt
to make trouble before the Maize and
nBlue can claim a victory secure.
fl Mather Will Take Nine Men
It is probable that, with the ex-
ception of one of the guards, the same
lineup that opposed Western Normal
will go into the game against Cincin-
nati at the opening whistle. Nine
men and Coach Mather will make the
trip and, as the squad is in excellent
physical condition, the Varsity mentor
will have plenty of opportunity to
®C N ewatch his hopefuls in action against
some really stiff opposition.

the Reserves, All-fresh, and
marched to the Chamber of
merce, where they were served.

band
Com-

Dunne Praises Yost
At 8 o'clock in the auditorium of the
Chamber of Commerce building the
"bust" started with several selections
from the band. Mayor Couzens of De-
troit, welcomed the men on behalf of
the city of Detroit. Following hisI
speech of welcome Coach Yost spoke
in recognition of the work the men
did during the season. "Duke" Dunne
speaking for the team, assured the
members of the Michigan club that
Buy your class toques from Daily
advertisers.-Adv.

a single game. Prof. R. M. wenley,
who was an honorary guest, gave a
short talk. He was accorded an ova-
tion and responded with a stirring ad-
dress on Michigan spirit.
The Dominion of Canad was es-
tablished in 1867.
'ENSIAN NOTICE
All campus organizations are
requested to have their group
pictures for tie Michiganensian
taken between Jan. 3 and 28.
Since there will be absolutely no
extension of time, it would there-
fore be advisable for the organ-
izations to arrange for sittings
with their photographers before
going home for the Christmas
holidays.

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WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO THOSE ORGANIZATIONS OR INDIVIDUALS
WHO EXPECT TO BUY SHOES FOR NEEDY CHILDREN, THAT THEY CAN
SAVE A GREAT DEAL, BY TAKING A I V A N T A G E OF OUR VERY LOW
PRICES DURING OUR

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.

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Big Removal Sale of Shoes

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Going home Christmas? So are we
and we're getting our luggage at Wil-
kinson's, 325 So. Main.St.-Adv.
Michigan Banners, Pennants, Blank-
et.. and Pillows at Wahr's University
Bookstore.-Adv.
Buy your class toques from Daily
advertisers.-Adv.
Try a Daily Want Ad. It pays.-Adv

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