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January 10, 1922 - Image 4

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OFFICERS SENT HERE
TAKE MASTER'S DEGREES
s. T. E. Chandler, A. D. Mayer,
T. Joy, three Annapolis grad-
nd regular line officers, are
tes here for the master's' de-
udying high explosives in par-
with basic studies in general

chemistry ,After completing a year's
work here, they will be sent to some
industrial chemical plant for a time,
following which they will go to sea for
a year. and then probably return to
shore service to be attached to some
chemical branch of the navy.
"The reasons why we are here,"
said Lieutenant Chandler yesterday,
"are two-Profs. Moses Gomberg and
A. H. White. They were both in the
army and their ability was a decisive
factor in our coming to Michigan."
TNSIAN PHOTOS
Group photographs of campus
organizations and classes for the
1922 Michiganensian must be
taken during the month of Jan-
nary. Sittings should be ar-
ranged at once.

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1922 LITERARY CLASS
Members of the senior liter-
ary class who have not yet paid
their dues please mail check
for $2 to the treasurer at 2107
Washtenaw at once. Enclose self-
addressed and stamped envelope
for receipt. The list of paid and
unpaid seniors will be posted
Friday in the Registrar's of-
fice. All dues received before
Thursday will be on this list.
list.
C. MAURICE ATKINSON,
Treasurer.

Pocket i8illiards
Fourteen tables en sec.
d floor reserved exclu-
ely for this socialeble
me. '.
You do not need to be
expert to enjoy it.

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Lost something? A Classified Ad in
The Daily will find it for you.-Adv.

Intramural Items
This is a big week for the Intramur-
al office. In bowling, Moulthrup's sen-
ior lits, Cuthbert's senior engineers,
and Steketee's soph lits are scheduled
to roll at 3:30 o'clock today, and Pe-
tro's fresh laws and the fresh engi-
neers at 9 o'clock this evening. To-
morrow at 3:30 o'clock, Dawson's jun-
for lits, Klein's architects, and the
junior engineers' two teams will bowl,
while the soph engineers will have the
alleys tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock.
Entries in the bowling tournament are
still open.
The interfraternity swimming meet
will start next week, and the entries
for this event are now open.
Basketball for tomorrow: At 6:15
o'clock, Beta Phi Delta vs. Sinfonia;
Theta Chi vs. Alpha Rho Chi; Phi Del-
ta Chi vs. Hermitage; Psi Omega vs.
Kappa Sigma. At 7 o'clock:, Cacique
vs. Cygnus; Phylon vs. Trigon; and
Theta Chi vs. Kappa Sigma. At 9:30
o'clock: Alpha Kappa Kappa vs. Alpha
Sigma; Phi Chi vs. Phi Rho Sigma;
and Pi Upsilon Rho vs. Nu Sigma Nu.
Friday evening the churches and so-
cieties will play off their tournament
in basketball, the churches to play at
7:30 o'clock being Lutherans vs.
Broadway Methodists; Baptists vs.
Congregationalists; Methodists v s.
Presbyterians; and Unitarians vs. Ep-
iscopalians. The society league will
play at 8:15 o'clock. Its schedule will
be announced later. Entries for the
society league will close tomorrow.

SPA L D I N

HOREMANS-COCHRAN
SMATCH. TOMORROW

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Calkins Pletcher Drag Co. and the'Cushing
Drag Co. invite the inspection of
T~f PRICE
BVI$6.00
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Tomorrow afternoon and also to-
morrow night there will be billiard ex-
hibitions at the Union between Weaker
Cochran, one of America's foremost
billiard players, and Edouard Hore-
mans, the champion of Europe. These
two men will play an exhibition game
of 18.2 balkline. The quality of bil-
liards will undoubtedly be the best
seen here this year and probably ex-
celled only once during the past years
and that time by Hoppe. The latter
was the holder of the world's cham-
pionship for several years and was
just lately beaten by Schafer.
Those who saw the exhibition last
fall given by Sutton were only disap-
pointed by the fact that he had no op-
ponent worthy of him, although he
caused amazement by his skill. In this
exhibition there is to be a regular
match between opponents who are
nearly on a par. These men are su-
perior to Sutton and able to give the
fans more of a treat than he did.
NOTICE, FOOTBALL MEN
I There will be a meeting of all
candidates for the 122 football
team tomorrow night at the Un-
ion. Coach Yost wishes to see
all men interested promptly at
I 7:15 o'clock.
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Something for sale? A Classified
Ad in The Daily will find a buyei.-
Adv.

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Basket $al
When purchasing equi
inent for basket balli
any athletic sport,ins
upon SPALDIIG'S. S
isfaction is inevitab
Catalogue on.request

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JLIArnTS CIGARS CANDIES
IPES LUNCHES SODAS
We try to treat you right'

Ivory.
stopper
in the stem
stops all
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EDOUAR HOREMANS, BELGIAN
Cue Wo der, Who Meets Welker
Cochran at the Ujaion Tomorrow.
There are at present 12 classes and
20 fraternities who have signified their
intention to play hockey. All class
and fraternity teams should be prepar-
ed to play by Monday, as the schedule
will start at that time. The hockey
games will be played afternoons from
3:30 to 6 o'clock and in the evenings
from 7 to 8 o'clock. Any other fra-I
ternities wishing to enter teams in the
tourney should do so at once.

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A.G.SPALDING& BROS.
211 So. State St., Chicago

Agents for the Unied States and Canada
GROSVENOR NICHOLAS & CO., Inc.
12 East 48th Street New York City

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ELL The GOODS~Tirn Them Into CVRRENCY-~NOTHING Else Matters

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terrific effort to empty shelves quickly-- NOW!

Men's Suits as low as $10.45

Men's Overcoats as low as $15.95

These are only two of the bargains - there are hundreds more - the most extravaganely cut
prices ever quoted on this type merchandise in Ann Arbor.
Everything must be sold. It's a case with us of MOVE THE GOODS REGARDLESS
OF COST OR SELLING PRICE!

READ THESE ITEMS. SPRING GOODS ARE NOT GOING TO BE ANY-
-WHERE NEAR AS LOW - WE KNOW THAT NOW. AS A LAST WORD

OF WARNING WE SAY - COME NOW - QUICKLY.

MEN'S TROUSERS
Men's fine Casimeres and worsted trousers;
$5.00, $5.50 and $6.00 grades reduced to
$3.85
MEN'S SHIRTS
Men's fine pereales and madras shirts. Regular
$2.00 values reduced to
$1.39
MEN'S SHIRTS
Men's fine dress shirts, best make and trim.
Regular $2.50 and $3.00 values reduced to
$1.98
GOLF HOSE
All our finest imported hose. Made by Mc.
George in Scotland, at a fraction of their cost.
MEN'S HOSE
50 dozen men's hose, black and dark brown;
fine grade. Regular 25c and 35c values reduced to
19c

BOYS' SUITS
Our best grade of all wool and worsted boys'
suits, with two pair of pants. Regular $15.00 values
reduced to
$9.60
MEN'S SHIRTS
Men's fine percale dress shirts; regular $1.50
values reduced to
89C
MEN'S TROUSERS,
Our finest grades best Casimeres and worsteds.
$7.00 and $8.00 trousers reduced to
$4.85
MEN'S NECKWEAR
Men's neckwear in regular .75 values. All re-
duced to
59C
MEN'S SUITS
Veryfine grades of suits and overcoats formerly
sold at $35, $38 and $40; Kuppenhelmer and other
good makes, all go at
$27.95

MEN'S OVERCOATS
Men's overcoats, latest style of Ulsterettes; $25
qualities in the latest shades of gray and brown;
reduced to
14.95
BOYS' SUITS
All our large assortment of two pant, all wool
boys' suits, formerly spld at $10.00, reduced to
$7.95
MEN'S TROUSERS
Men's wool custom trousers. Nicely tailored.
Regular $4.00 and $4.50 trousers reduced to
$2.98
WOOL HOSE
All our regular $1.00 quality of imported wool
hose reduced to
79c
BOYS' MACKINAWS
Boys' all wool Mackinaws made by Gordon Fer-
guson. Natonally known for fine quality. Regular
$8.00 and $10.00 values-reduced to
$6.40 AND $1.90

BOYS' SUITS
One lot of boys' suits in new patterns, latest
style, formerly sold at $8.50 and $9.00, reduced to
$6.55

MEN'S HOSE
Men's hose, Holeproof and others.
values reduced to
REDUCED TO 27C

Regular 40c

MEN'S SUITS
One lot of men's suits in worsteds and Casi.
meres, formerly sold at $25.00, reduced to
$14.80
MEN'S NECKWEAR
All men's regular $1.00 neckwear in this sale.
Reduced to
79c

MEN'S SUITS
One lot of men's wool suits (broken lots) for.
merly sold at $20.00, reduced to
$10.45

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