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THE NMTCHIGAN DAILY

-WEDNESDAY, IYCMM 14,

HOLIDAY NOTICES

14otices of all events to take
place during the Christmas holi-
days must be in. The Daily of-
fice by 7 o'clock Thursday eve-
ning, Dec. 15, in order that they
may appear Friday morning in
the last issue of The Daily before
the holidays.

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.

KODAK FINISHNING
Ffashlights and
Outside Groups
EASTMAN KODAKS AND FILMS
L'A1LIRITD 190Y
719 N. UNIVERSITY

ICE CREAM

IS JUST AS NOURISHING AND DELICIOUS
DURING THE WINTER MONTHS AS IT IS IN
SUMMER. IT KEEPS YOU IN GOOD HEALTH
THE YEAR 'ROUND

BASKETBALL ULES
UNDERGOCHANGES~
New Interpretations Affect Question
of Time Out, Dribbling, and
Substitutions
COACHES CANNOT TALK TO
OFFICIALS AFTER WHISTLE
Big Ten basketball coaches and of-
ficials made two important new in-
terpretations of Conference court
rules at the rules and regulations ses-
sion held in Chicago.
Rule on Time Out
The first will prevent a team from
calling time out when the opposing
team, in the lead, is slowing up the
game by refusing to bring the ball
down the floor for an attempt at the
basket. Heretofore, the defending
teams would call time out instead of
tryiIig to get in possession of the
ball, thereby securing an even chane
of getting the ball on the jump when
t was put back into play. The officials
held that this was unfair to the team
holding the ball.
The other interpretation is that, in
dribbling, a player can take but one
step. The player may pivot as much
as he pleases, so long as he keeps one
foot on the floor and does not touch
the floor with his other foot more
han once. Now a player may make a
complete circle and take one step in
starting a dribble. This will call for
additional vigilance on the part of the
guards.
Bank Out of Bounds
Minor interpretations rule that the
edges of th, bank, or the supports of
he bank are out of bounds, that a
team may hae two full minutes or
substituting a player for an injured
man without being charged with time
out, and that after a game\ begins
there can be no discussions betweer
coachesor representatives of a team
and the officials.
Intramural Items
Today and Thursday should see the
completion of the interfraternity
'owling tournament. The four high
'eams will be notified this afternoon.
when 'the results of the rounds rolled
Tuesday night are turned in.
The basketball schedule for tonight
s al follows: At 6:15 o'clock: Ksap-
"a Beta Psi vs. Delta Tau Delta, Phi
Sigma Delta vs. Delta Upsilon, Phi
,amnia Delta vs. Alpha Sigma Phi,
Sigma Nu vs. Alpha Tau Omega; at
7 o'clock: Kappa Nu vs. Phi Sigma
Kappa, Psi Upsilon vs. Delta Sigma
Phi, Sigma Chi vs. Alpha Chi Rho,
Zeta Psi vs. Chi Phi.
Thursday night, at 6:15 o'clock:
Theta Xi vs. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi
Delta Chi vs. BetaPhi Delta, Hermit-
age vs. Phi Mu Alpha, Det. Sigma Pi
vs. Phylon; at 7 o'clock: Delta Sigma
Delta vs. Xi Psi Phi, Delta Theta Phi
vs. Psi Omega, Gamma Eta Gamma vs.
Sigma Delta Kappa, Trigon vs. Caci-
que; at 9:30 o'clock: Delta Chi vs.
Beta Theta Pi, Zeta Beta Tau vs. Al-
pha Delta Phi.
Entries are not being received in
sufficient number for the society bask-
etball league which is planned to open
after the Christmas holidays. Any
-roup of men on the campus are elig-
b'e to organize a team and enter this
tournament, whether already organ-
ized as a sectional club, honor society,
)r not. Entries should be turned in
to the Intramural department at once.

Basketball referees for tonight are
as follows: Kerley, Smith, Karpus,
and Wilson.
For Thursday night, at 6:15 o'clock:
R. W. Smith, Ohlmacher, T. Brown,
Leibley; at 9:30 o'clock: Shafter,
Shoesmith, Burkhart, Sandry.

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C ARRY home one of
these handylittle 6%-
lb. typewriters today. Pay
for it at the easy rate of
$5 a month.
0. . MORRILL
17 NICKELS ARCADE
e PersonaI Witing Maine

FINAL OFFER

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Complete Course in STENOGRAPHY
At $15

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After January 3,
will be advanced

the fee
to $18

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Make'* 1His Christmas

a Happy One
With such remembrances as these:

WEDGETYPE
TEPRESS
No more wrinkled or lopsided neck-
ties. Use the WEDGEPRESS TIE-
PRESS. Takes but a moment to place
th~e 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
tree of wrinkles until it is worn out.
We will be glad to send free descrip-
tive matter to anybody. Send a postal
csrd today . . or better yet \send
$3.50 and the WEDGETYPE TIE-
P11ESS 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-
t urned within fi se 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.
WkEDG ETYPE
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THEM SYH CO.
FOfK T WAYNEInD.
* ANUMB .oNe's
ThAT You w iL GEr
1RE oURe CO I1%
FIRST rate, lgh grade, A No.
1plumbing i the only kind
of plumbing we doand there's
just one good big chance we've
'tgot of proving this to you. Ask
us to attend tosome plumbing
job in your own home, and af-
ter we get through you'll say
our work is right and our price
seems fair to you.
WM. HOCHREIN,
PLUMBER
Phone 525

Don't Dilly-Dally

Write Today

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Department 1
AROND SCHOOL OF STENOGRAPHY,
1133 BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY
Representatives wanted at University of Michigan.
Highly advantageous offer. Apply at once.
Christmas

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M ICHICAN
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PLAYING SUNDAYS AT THE
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FREE SAMPLE" LESSON

Gifts

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Enables you to judge that
you can learn by our method

What could be better than music?
-- or a musical instrument?

Scarfs
Shirts

Jewelry

We have

d o z e n s of suggestions

that can't help but assist you in your

H andkerchiefs

Christmas shopping.

We have every-

Neckwear

Hose

thing from jew's-harps to pianos and

wil.be glad to show you our

stock.

Gloves

Pajamas

Or a superb new tuxedo at $52.50

By Way of

Suggestion

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Will there be a grafonola in your home
this Christmas?

Van Boven & Cress

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GET IT AT

1107 South University Avenue

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CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING

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CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

Almandingyr's Music Shop
305 Maynard Sc.

211 South Fourth

Avenue

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LOST WANTED
WANTED - Cook wants position in
LOST-Watch, chain and fobs, prob- Fraternity or Club. Expert on cut-
ably on Hill St. Name engraved on ting meats and pastry. City refer-
football. Liberal reward. Call Clay- ences. Daily, Box J. M. 67-3
ton Seagears at 33.' 68-3
WANTED - Roommate by student.
LOST-One photograph. Last seen at Quiet house, rent reasonable. 811
A. T. 0. Fraternity house. Please -Packard. Phone 1747-J. 68
return to owner at once. 68 Packard.__hone_1_4_-J. _ 68
LOST-Saturday solitare diamond ring, WANTED- Theses typd and neatly
bound. Accuracy guaranteed. 1443-M"
keep-sake. Return to.403 N. State. Miss Clark. 67-3
Phone 413-W. Reward. 67-2
LOST " Open face Hamilton watch, WANTED-Roommate to share large
with chain -and knife. Finder call front room. 116 N.- State. 2938-M.
Curtis, 288-J._Reward. 67-2 68
LOST-Dunhill pipe Sunday afternoon. FOR RENT
Reward. Box N. W. R., Daily. 67-2
LOST-Ford tire, 30x3, and rim. Call FOR RENT-Three suites. Two and a
,Sage, 1399. 67-2 half blocks from the campus. 914
S. State St. Phone 2801-M. 67-3
MISCELLANEOUS
FULLER BRUSH Service-The Ideal FOR RENT - One large room, one
Xmas Gift. Phone Mr. Burby, single room. 427 Thompson St.
2882-R. 67-3 Phone 1564-R. 68
SALE ON FURS for whole family at FOR RENT-Rooms for three. 422 E.
Zwerdling's fur store. 68 Washington. 67-4

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Student Note Books
-give you hetter value
for your money.
-they WOrk better and
wear longer.
--all sizes and rulings.
-ask to see them.

FURS for the whole family at the Zwerdling Fur Store. Can
you imagine a more wonderful Christmas Gift? And we have
Furs of every description at remarkably low prices. Furs al-
so remodeled by Our Expert Furriers.
SZWERDLING'S'
FUR AND TAILORING SHOP
ESTABLISHED 1904 ZWERDLING BLOCK
217 EAST LIBERTY STREET

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