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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Locksmith. All kinds of door and
trunk keys. Phone 2498. Dell Keeler.
-Adv. 4
Buy your class toques from Daily
advertisers.-AAdv.
Patronize Daily Advertizers.-Adv.

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Biliard Tourney
Is Won Iy Byrne
In the fastest game the billiard
tournament has yet produced, Byrne
playing at 120 defeated Percendes,
playing at 110, by the score of 120 to
19. By this victory he wins the tour-
nament and the cup which was offered
as a trophy.
Byrne played an excellent game, be-
ing exceptionally good on three cush-
ion shots. Percendes seemed unable
to get started.j
Foster and Kolts will meet today ina
the one remainng game of the tour-
nament but the result of their match
will have no effect upon Byrne's po-
sition as he has gone through the en-
tire tourney undefeated, while Foster
has lost one game.
The annual interfraternity three1
cushion tournament will start as soon
as arrangements are made satisfactory
to the intramural department.

Detroit puts out 61.6 per cent of the
automobiles manufactured in Mich-
igan.
Dr. George E. Miekle
SOSTEOPATHIC PHlYSICIAN
SOffice hours daily by appoint-.
ment Telephone 252
Rm. 12, Over Arcade Theatre
711 N. University Ave.

CHICAGO'S COURT TEAM
PREPARED FOR SEASON
MAROONS UNDER DIRECTION OF
TWO COACHES LOOK
FORMIDABLE
(By J. F. McGuire)
Sports Editor, The Daily Maroon
Under the guiding hands of Coaches
Nels Norgren and Molander, the Uni-
versity of Chicago basketball team is
fast rounding into shape for the stren-
uous campaign of the Conference sea-
son. Four practice games have already
been played which have given they
coaches an excellent line on the Var-
sity aspirants.
25 Men on Squad
Forty men responded to the call for
basketball candidates, and after two
weeks of hard practices, the squad has'
been reduced to 25. The coaches are
reluctant to. predict a successful sea-
son for the Maroons, for an entirely
new team has to be built. The nucleus
of last year's team, Birkhoff, Crisler.
and Volmer, have been graduated. To
offset this great loss the strength of
the squad has been greatly augmented
by the addition of "Milt" Romney,
star on the University of Utah five
of 1918; Johnny Bryan, who was a
tower of strength on the U. of C., 1918
team; and Bruce Sheppherd, a flashy
forward from Kalamazoo college.
Halladay at Center
The team will probably open the
Conference season with Captain Bob
Halla day at center; Bob Stahr, "C"
man from last year, and Romney at the
forward jobs; Mill McGuire, of the 1920
quintet, and Bryan or Cox at the guard
jobs.
Numerous practice games have been
scheduled for the- Christmas vacation
period. Colgate plays here on Dec. 31.
Bits of Sport
Coach Sullivan is now making plans
for a boxing tournament to be held
immediately after the opening of the
second semester in February. This
tourney will be open to the entire
campus and it is hopedtthat a large
number of men will enter.
Round three of the handball tourna-
ment was completed last week with
the following results: Gehring de-
feated Brucker, 5-0. The semi-finals
will be run off today with the cham-
pionship match being played tomorrow
afternoon.
Michigan Jewelry, Seals, Memory
Books, etc., at Wahr's.-Adv.

The basketball schedule for tonight
is as follows: 6:15 o'clock, Trigon vs.
Cygnus, Phylon vs. Cacique; at 7
o'clock, Phi Chi vs. Phi Alpha Gamma,
Pi Upsilon Rho vs. Alpha Kappa Kap-
pa, Nu Sigma Nu vs. Alpha Sigma; at
9:30 o'clock, *Phi Kappa Psi vs. Phi(
Delta Theta, Sigma Alpha Epsilon vs.1
Kappa Sigma, Theta Chi vs. Lambda
Chi Alpha.
Wednesday night at 6:15 o'clock:
Kappa Beta Psi vs. Delta Tau Delta, .
Phi Sigma Delta vs. Delta Upsilon,!!
Phi Gamma Delta vs. Alpha Sigma Phi, }
Sigma Nu vs. Alpha Tau Omega; at 71
o'clock, Kappa Nu vs.'Phi Sigma Kap-
pa, Psi Upsilon vs. Delta Sigma Phi,
Sigma Chi vs. Alpha Chi Rho, Zeta
Psi vs. Chi Phi.
Officials for tonight: At 6:15 o'clock,
R. W. Smith, Karpus, Jerome; at 9:301
o'clock, Shoesmith, Th. Brown, Brun-(
sting."
Wednesday night at 6:15 o'clock,
Kerley, Smith, Karpus, Wilson.
Charles Rann Kennedy, the dram-
atist, was born at Derby, England, in
1871.
Patronize our Advertsers:-Adv.

Gifts that Last!

nmtYou'll find bargains in luggage at
Wilkinson's-Trunks, Bags, Suitcases,
and Purses. 325 So. Main St.-Adv.
The following teams will bowl at 7
o'clock tonight: Zeta Psi, Delta Upsi- H
lon and Psi Upsilon.

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Arnold's Jewelry Store
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i WRIST WATCHES DIAMONDS
: BAR PINS BROOCHES
MESH BAGS O. T. RINGS
VANITY CASES DORINES
EVERSHARPS FOUNTAIN PENS
AN INSPECTION OF OUR STOCK WILL PROVE
- ---INTERESTING AND PROFITABLE
Jewelers 220 So. Main St.
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Personal Greeting Cards. Excell
assortment at Wahr's Bookstores.
Adv.

' AN A Reliable Jeweler
SAM6G i CHAPMAN
TELEPHONE 214 F-1 113 South Malin
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TAXI
PHONE
DODGE CABS9
TUTTLES
A Place to bring your friends
Nowhere is the food better
Nowhere is the service more prompt
TUTTLE'S LUNCH ROOM
Maynard Street
State Savings Bank

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Seven reasons why so many
students eat at the Arcade

1. Cleanliness
2. Purity
3. Variety
4. Convenience.
5.' Se'rvice
With the cafeteria plan you fur-
nish part of the service. We do our
share quickly, quietly, effcinl

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The Arcade Cafeteria is
upstairs in Nickels' Arcade

Try a Daily Want Ad. It pays.-Adv.

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Car. Main and Washington

Capital $300,000 Surplus $300,000

Resources $4,000,000

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CLOSES 11
AT 3P.M. ADVERTISING AT S P.M.

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Tuxedos..
--For Holiday Wear
The growing demand for Tuxedo and Full Dress suits was not unexpected
here. We made ready for it - assembled an unusually large and fine ex-
hibit of formal clothes, and made the values exceptional. As for quality -
it is enough to say they were made by the makers of
Kuppenheimer
Good Clothes
Men like the easy-fitting qualities of these fine garments. It's no bother at
all to get the right fit; they are right the minute you put them on. Their style
is authentic -- correct. A special value at
-$35,.$40, $45 and $50
N. F. ALLEN CO.
211 So. Main St.

LOST
LOST-Dunhill pipe Sunday afternoon.
Reward. Box N. W. R.,_Daily.__67-2
LOST-Ford tire, 30x3, and rim. Call
Sage, 1399. 67-2
LOST - Open face Hamilton watch,
with chain and knife. Finder call
Curtis, 288-J. Reward. 67-2
LOST-Saturday solitare diamond ring,
keep-sake. Return to 403 N. State.
Phone 413-W. Reward. 67-2
LOST-Man's gold watch. Elgin, open
face. Carey. -Phone 7136-F22. 67
MISCELLANEUS
FULLER BRUSH Service-The Ideal
Xmas Gift. Phone Mr. Burby,
2882-R. 67-3
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Three suites. Two and a
half blocks from the campus. 914
S. State St. Phone 280.-M. 67-3

WANTED
WANTED-Dressmaker wants work by
day. Absolutely guaranteed. Call
1182-R. 66-2
WANTED- Theses typed and neatly
bound. Accuracy guaranteed. 1443-M.
Miss Clark. 67-3
WANTED-Garage for car washing;
terms to suit. Selmier, 72-W. 67
WANTED - Cook wants position in
Fraternity or Club. Expert on cut-
ting meats and pastry. City refer-
ences. Daily, Box J. M. 67-3
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Beautifully embroidered
arid drawn work. Chinese linen tea
cloths, tray cloths, runners and
smaller pieces. Prices moderate.
May be seen this afternoon at 203 No.
State. 67
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Rooms for three. 422 E.
Washington. 67-4

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