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Oct. 13-Purdue at Iowa.
Oct. 20-Illinois at Iowa.
Oct. 27-Iowa at- Ohio.
Nov. 3-Michigan at Iowa.
NOir* 10-Open.
Nov. 17-Iowa. at Minnesota.
Nov.24-Iowa at Northwestern.
PU1RDIUt
Oct. 13-Purdue at Iowa.
Oct. 20-Open.
Oct. 27=~-Purdue at Chicago.
Nov. 3-Purdue at Notre Dame.
Nov. 10-Ohio at Purdue.
Nov. 17-Northwestern ;atPurdue.
Nov. 24-Purdue at Indiana.
CHI1CAGO0
Oct. 13-Open.
Oct. 20-Northwestern at Chiago.
Oct. .27-Purdue at Chicago.
Nov. 3-Chi~ago at Illinois
Nov. 10-Indiana at Chicago.
Nov. 17-Ohio at Chicago.
Nov. 24-Wisconsin at Chicago.
OHIO

Nov. 17-Iowa at Minnesota.
Nov. 24-Minnesota" at 'Michigan.'
NORTH WESTERN
Oct. 6--Beloit at: Northwesterin.
Oct. 13--Open.
Oct. 20-Northwestern at Chicago.
Oct. 27-Illinois at Northwestern.
Nov. 3-Northwestern at Minnesota.
Nov .10-Open.
Nov. 17-Northw estern" at Purdue.
Nor. 24-1owa~ at Northwestern.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
NOV.
Nov.
Nov.

I NDIANA.
6-Franklin, at Inidiana.
13-Depauw at Indiana.
20}-Wisconsin at Indiana.
27-Indiana at West Virginia.
10-Indiana at Chicago.-
17-Wabash at Indiana.
24-Purdue at. Indiana.

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Boston College 17, holy Cross 13.
Georgetown 13, Lafayette 7.
Marines 13, Army, 12.
Univer,;ity of 'Tennessee 14, Wa--
bast 7.
Florida 47. Crimson 14.
Intra mural Items,
(Continued from Page Six)
Mont, yesterday. The winner had a
great deal of trouble winning his set
as. Simonsky came from behind in the
third and fourth sets and won them'
thus tieing the count which necessitae affhro n od cie he h m-
pionshlip.
Only three games have been played
in the first round. The men who are
to play in the remiaining 13 should
-have their matchies off and the scores
up on the entry Chart b~y Wednesday,
!night, as it is wished byg the ocieials
in charge that the tournameilt b6 con-
cluded by Christmas v.acation.

Burton, Dean Allen S. Whitney, ofI
the School 'of Education; Dr. George]
A. Mlay, director of Waterman gym-
nasium, Prof. James B. Edmonson, of
.the secondary education department,
Coach Fielding I~1. Yost, Dr. John
Sundwall, director of Students' physi-
ca wA elfare in the "University, and
Prof. Elmer D. Mitchell, director of in-
tramural athletics.
3 Plans will be laid at the conv ention
for next year's work in the gvmna-
sium classes of the public grammar
and high, schools in the state. Floyd
A.. Rowe, director of the council, will
be in charge of the gathering.
Michigan Daily and- Chimes for $4.50.'

F'OR. V 'ACA T!INi.-

DRESS VESTS

-$8

- $10

0$12

TUXEDO SHIRTS

- $5

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TUXEDOS

Youman'S

5 $5,40O0

- $6 5.00

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Fifth Ave. Hats

BUTTER

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$4

- $5

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UNIVER ITY OF CHICAGO
'NOT TOA HAESTADIUM

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Oct. 13--Openi.
Oct. '1O-Ohio at Michigan.
Oct. 27-ILowy at Ohio.
Nov. 3---Open.
Nov. 10-Ohio at Purdue.
Nov. 17--Ohio at Chicago.
Nov.24-Illlneis at Ohio

1ISCQ1iSI1N
Oct. 13-Open.
Oct. 20-Wisconsin at Indiania.
Oct. 27-Minnesota at Wisconsin.
Nov. 3-Open.
Nov. 10-Wisconsin at Illinois.
Nov. 17-Michigan at Wisconsin.
Nov. 24-Wisconsin at Chicago.
Oct. G-Nebraska at Illinois.
Oct. 13-Butler at Illinois.
Oct. 20-Illinois at Iowa.
Oct. 27-Illinois at Northwestern.
Nov. 3-Chicago at Illinois.
Nov. -10-,Wisconsin at' Illinois.
N ov. 17-Open.
Nov. 24-Illinois at. Ohio State.

IAR ON', WILL U SIB: ( l C([i.6
STANDS, LA 6,i7 EV(lOMY
11IEASIiE
Chicago, Dec. 2.-As a result of an
editorial appearing in the Daily Ma.-
roonm student publication at the l3n1-
versity of Chicago, saying that a new
stadium was not-.needed to accomo-
drate Chicagoans desiring to witness
football, games and that the Univer-:
sity was not "an integral part of the
city", Harry. Pratt Judson, president
of the University, recently issued 'a1
statement declaring 'the institution
planned to utse the new city stadium,,
seating 60,000 persons, when the oe
casion demanded.
President Judson said that to builxc
at new stadiuim at the University would
cost probably one million dollars, that
it wolild be filled probably only once
or tw ce a season, and that the educa-
tional needs of the institution wer l
more pressing than the need for a new
stadium.'

Homne-made

P HY SIGAL TRAINING
PROGRAM ARRANGED
A-three day iogriil bd'been plan-
,nett for'the fourth aiu'OalConvention
obf the state council of phyl sical edluca-
.tion of the 'state &-pavtliont of public
instruction, wheii th~a. grou p mect, in
the Unionl Dec.' 112, and 13.
University faculty memibers. on th~
i'ograin inclutd: President M arion L.

FRIED.
CAKES

POLO SHIRTS e. . . r .s .$2.50, $2.75, $3.00
WOOL HOSE.a e ". e d. .."."$1.00, $2.50,'
PLAID WOOL, HOSE... . $5.00
FOIULARDS - BOWS.. . . . . $1.25

buy them direct from
THE ANN ARBOR
CREAMERY

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Members' of the Bay City club will
given a smoker at 7:30 o'clock Tues-
day night in the Union. All mem-
bers are urged to attend.

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Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.

13-Open.1
24---Open. .
27-Minnesota. at Wisconsin.
3-Northwestern at 'Minne6sota.
10-Open.

Thirty-five Years of elperience at'
your disposal at .ulian R. TrolanoW-
ski U. of M. Barber Shop 1110 So.

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jClassified hates. Two Cents per word a day, paid In advance. Mit-
forum charge for first. day, 25c. Minimnum thereafter, 20c. 'three
cents per word per day if charged, White space charged for at ra't6
of .5c per agate line. Classified, charged only to those having Mhones.
Liner Rates: Twelve cents pet line, without contract, paid in adviance.
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FOR SALE
M411 SALE-Beautiful country resi-
dence 1 1-2 iles south of camnpus.
Large lawn and grove for quick
sale. $4500.00 small pay ment down. t
Also large lot with buildings that
can' be made into fine residence' for
small amount. Drive out and take a j
look. Box 107 S. State Street. Phone'
7113-F21. .60-3
FOR SALE-Wooed flute. 13 key mey-1
er system. Price $10. ,Good condi- .
tion. Good case. -P-hone 1521-J-
about 7 p.. m. 66-5
FOR SALE-2 tickets to Michigan
Union Opera" for Sat. Mat. 8th rowf
Centel: down stairs. Call 2$88-J. 60
FOR SALE--Over-coat.. High class
goods, black. Large size. Price
reasonable. 1902-J. 59-2.
FOR SALE-Modern eight room
house. Furnished or unfurnished.
S.E. Box R.S. 5J-2.

FOR S -l-B-flat
double case, $26.

clariniet, with a
Seeley, 2902-M.
58-3

FOR SALE,--Onel two $2O50seats for
Mary Garden:'.concert. Call 2878-R
between 7 and 8 p. mn. 60
FOR SALE-Two tickets for, Mary
Garden concert. Main .floor. 'Call
2637-W . 12-1 p. m:. 60
FOR SALI4E-One' Choral Union course
ticket and one for. Extra Concert
Series. Call "Ray" 3083-M. 60-2
FOR SALE-Log-Log slide rule with
leather case. Good' condition $36.50.
328 E. Williams. 2578-R. 60-2
FOR SALE-Tuxedo, size 37. Bargain,
$25. Call Seeley, '202-M. 58-3
M1IISCE LLAEO}US
ANNOUNCEMENT-Do you know that
Rider's 200 drop 'capacity Master-
pen is the most popular pen on the
campus? There is a reason. Call
at Rider's Pen Shop. 21
P UBL I'C STENOGR~AHER-Also
typewriting of Thesis, Notes, Let-
ters, etc. Miss Leek, with Royal'
Typewriter Co., 308 South State. St.41
over College Inn. 58-2
CHAPERONEiD' dances every Satur-
day night at the Woodman Hall.
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FO RENT
FOR RENT-Pleasant room for two!
'boys. One half block from gain-!j
lius. Double desk, -separate beds5!
two lights, large clothes closet. $3
per student. Telephone 1668-J. 510'
E. Jeffersoni St. 60'
FOR RENT-House$ to acconodate '
fifteen or more. Imimediately or at
end of first semester. Suitable for
house club. Address Box S.C. In
care of Michigan Daily. 59-2
FOR RENT-=Suite andl single room;
well heated], private lavatories.'
Board If desired. Meals served dlur-'I
ing Holiday vacation. 1021 E. Hur-
on St. Phone 4 1-1. '60-3
FOR RENT- Furnished or unfurnish-'
ed' house, to club. Two blocks from
Campus; Swezey, 2970-W. 59-2,
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished room
for two6 or three boys with dori.
toary. 130,9 Washtenaw Ave. 60
FOR RENT-Five room steam heated
apartment, near Campus. Phone:
2648-R. 59-2
WANTED
WANTED-A Rider Pen which fails
to write at touch. Rider's Pen
Shop. 211
IWANTED-An expert to work on
sweaters. Women's Exchange.. No.
10," Nickels Arcade. 69-2
IWANTED-Student to work for his
room. Call 244. 69-3'
WANTED-C-Melody or E flat Alto
Saxophone. Call 855J. 60
WANTED-Two main, floor seats Gar-
den concert. Call 544-W between
10-11 this morning. 601
FOUND.
FOUND-On Washtenaw in front of
the Homeopathetic Hospital a pain
of glasses in a leather case with a
pencil and pen. Pen has name on
it. Owner can have same by call-'
ing at Daily Business office and~
identifying same. 60
I VOUND-At 'Rider's Pen' Shop. A'real
fountain pen for exams. ' 21
WINDOW SHADES ''
1WINDOW SHADES Cleaned.' New
shades made 'to order. HI. S. Col-

TIhe North Wind
does blow
And' we shall
have snow.
What will the
Poor
Radiator
do then?
IF
you have not
protected it
from the
Icy Wreather,
add
Denatured
Alcohol
before it is too
Late!
Any Quantity
as you need it
at
"The Quarry"
Drug and Prescription More

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".friends,
1Romans.
Countrymen!
Lend me your' ears!"
C AESAR 'was a 'wise
old bird. He refused
a crownl three tinges.
('has. Ray is "Crowned"
jut onice. Once is enough.
H 7k: WA.NDERS 1i1t
streets in a bath cur-
tain~ and a scowl. . Scowl
'won't comffi i. But ghat
about at bath cur'tain "
IF MARC A NTHO N
could deliver the mrell
known oration over what
cop)s leave of Mr Alios
Julius Caesar he'd have
to call for a full line of
new faces instead of just
a brace of ears.

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WHAT CAN A YOUN6 FELLOWV DC
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him his girl's pendant as a token of fo,

It's onie 2Mr. Edison won't answer.- but
Charlie Ray will.

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SUNDAY PRICES
Matinee, All Seals 31c
War Tax . . . . . . . 4c
Total i i 35
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