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THE MICHIGAN DAILY-_____

sA Smile On The Face Of' The Tiger

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rea Own, itz Cleves Crm, he tirdqua'te cam an woe o
)ikisc ad thr umnaie, ee- bot s bidth rdigo.
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egnIhmpnpoin r levs a
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\Vh~ theSiflke o batle riftd I operknewYal. Sodiith ohe
~kyar te Tge soodlikig is riceon laer'dICadheens.To
-efa+S WI()Lo ~ tht predicaE.Adtomn
Thed upsthreo feularstok ot.Yae, rwduarbtferc te andgeladthis
Ca h gahmaryland, using .Thrd Smitoghdopped bat toathedtn
atg lemainly. The varsoiodty ws.ad inre and sent therallgnatl, as
lrad for thiebr iat Bu) eeks lheihad ben ta ugtt over the Yaledwn
;fret Obehindtemlae Cu, hear. ure an n oeo
-hNo aven otherigusnbriiantshow-!Iot was tedirst theprseine Sam.
jug haainstrChicgorvbore itorygove;rWinctonmankhs greathuningng,
llarvaa cold ake mst alefo orkte tlgh adltr itmphedveyrdbthe
tWestei thatttllredwasYaleraneHarvard. inotheinthevtenin
koomed tef'lliberesthed.licungis.ye Princeton a hrsand prduedntso
fosdlatvand.happeone dowmuchg alorte.sAroudtheeBstarsgtheecoach
asut dd the days ofad Samd.yInjhiestees had huiltdbatsehedat oe r-
the uandhhe oth e ol hrs. Yalearowledachit iercer nd ito ed eis
lrle, ardngBobae ratibegon.Sne ale nhs"c.
trainighKennthlSmid, ilsignthrd mt rght as t heffe
endin the ntriai.eofrpsickwa r ingnTe norntth Xllnla
All easo lon hg as wllhehad eens i a entuh o vrteYl
,fesitbin ad tefeseo.Sih' Ibadesrlo

Harvard or Yale halt thema dear
their tracks each year.
No came a "starless" team so
of ordinary players that it beat1
teams in the short space of eight c
Princeton may well be joyful.
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(By Associated Press)
Indianapolis, Dec. 4.-Five member;)
of, the Butler footba-,ll eleven, which
this year established a record of eight
victories out of tenl games, are mnar-
rned men.
A great dleal of credit for he teamn's
aI sowing is dlue the wives and mothers
of the players, in the olpinloiiof "P at"
Page, athletic director at the col'ege.
"A fellow uisually lakes care of him-
self better at home," Page said. "Hie
is not tempted to eat; heady -foods and
pastries and his sleepilng hour,, are
'regular. We owe a great, debt. to tb',
wives and mpothers of the boys on our
teams for conditioniing. And goodI
condition sloes a lot to win games."
As proof of the splendid condition
of the Butler: squad, Coeach Page
points to the fact 'that -members of
the team slid not take thime out or- suf-
fer inJury in the first seven games
played. One man was ijured in eac'
of the DePauw anid Notre Dame con-
tests, however.
Save your slip from the Arcade
Barber Shop until December 13.--Adv.
Courteous and lquicki Taxi service
25c. Huron Street Taxi 41l5.-- A, .
DO, YOU WEAR
GLASSE S?
'rThose who (10 know how im-
portant glasses ar'e to their
comfort. Such people are very
mpuch (discomfited by their loss.
And so it is with a good many
other things you have.
When you lose something,
dlon't' wait, but call the Daily
Offce,
960
and put in a Want Ad -- Lost
' Classification. You'll soon have
it back.

xafter this time unless a- good exc'use Ji nnuncem1Ienlt. IslesA irlii' es er
is presented.
More than 60 houses have signified 1,tud~e1tts onl the camptus aro urged f ,:,cllment for the special certi-
that they wil ulace teamns in the run, to get out to:th lcir class howlingIha in business administration is
n ing andl much interest is being shiownI teams as there is a tleartli or material . r, 'r this year than ever before.
over the outcome, since man--y of the i tot these teamt;. All that are inter-$ While only 75 stuidentts signed up last
teams are of a high calibre. estedi should get in touch with t he t i- rrintg, 250, have already enrolled this
Fiolowintg is the schtcduh cof lttsk~et- rIramutral department at once. e
talpatc o h rtriyadcl-ass teams on Wednesday and Thu rs-; Lost Something? Let a "Daily" class- Got something for sale? A "daily"
dtay night at Waterman gyminasium: ified ad find it for you.-Adv. cli.-tified ad will sell it for you.-Adv..
jWednesday ont courts 1 , 2, 3, and~ 4,
from 6 to 0: 30 o'clock, Xi Psi Phi, ____________________________________________
Delta Kappa Eqsilont, Phi Kappa Psi;
fromh(6:30 to 7 c'c'oLuk, Alptha Chii Sig-
ma Tau Epsilon, Pi, lPhi Sigma tDcita,
P hi D~elta Kappa; from 7 to 7:30 o'-
clock, Lucher [louse, 'rigon, Beta ,
Phi D~elta, Psi Upsilon ; fromn 9: 30 toy
10 o'clock, S'gma Nu, Clhi Psi, '(;ii
Phi, Hermit age. Thursday on coturi s
1, 2, 3, and 4, from 6 to 0':30 o'clock,,
D~elta Tate Delta, Tau lDelta Phi, PhiJ
tGamnma Delta, Alphta Sigma ; from
5:30, to 7 o'clock, senior fits, junior
] its, sophomor~e Il(:-, law school1; troni;.
7 to 7:30 o'clock, senmior engineers
lons Use't
t/j~O For, Unruly Hair
! $ ! Nw amost effective prod-, oils which the hair and scalp
utcontrols the hair so that absorb. Shows only: in a
. itstaysall day just as you neatly combed effect.
CANDY ~~~~comb it in the morning-in Loesrnsdntgti
SLnrgst and Freshest nystleyo cooe.your eyes. "Cow-licks" ta
* sortinent o 1polar sell.-o, Just ask at any drug store down.
E i.in' ,,. 1. .ietIplw mncl ~i.. WV fnr g ~t-nmh_ l and ave ,rr-n Tdtoa1 afte a shin nn

Ed n ntram u ral Item d T,!,enierents; from 9:30 to 10 o'ci,(loc p Ii pr E;T:hiN )'I3 (. WA 1
fullmedics, lower medics, freshni-
both Fraternity basketball managers neers; from 10 to 10:30) o'clock. 1rresh Wa-hinrgton, lec. 4. -1
days. should see to it at once that their its, pbarmics, traduates, rchitcts. I ti c o_ Guat~emala. Hon(
house is entered in the comning inter-' This list includlcs all ?: f the trat N- vaor, NicaraIgua and cost
fraternity basketball tournament. nities and class teamn:; tht id bLe al- hretoday under the pr(
which will begin imeitl afr lowed to practi(ce this week. Next. "Sccrctary Hughes to con.
f Christmas vacation. All entries must week a similar list of prctices will ,res looking to the furt
!IU be in the hands of the Intramural offs- be held and it is imperat(ive Othat theae in Central America,
Fnvials by 5 o'clock this afternoon, since every organiizatioin effe.ted by these Vgc iat( a treaty for the pert
positively n10 mere will lbe accepted w Natch the Daily closely for henetUIlation o hi mutual re]

(BY Norman E. Brown)
(Central Press Association)
There's a smile on the face of the
tiger as tho 1922 football seasor.
draws to a" close. Andl the Tiger hast.
e .right, to simthi. For hzp, meaning;
Princeton, can hod. lacl to such
season a:s the Orange and Blaci: ha!
ncĀ°: h ad since those halcyon lays o
"1f 11.And leven that. year, failed. t.
produe , tho thrill:; that this seasor.
1-u.
Princeton started out. the presenl:
season -as the "underdo"-" in lihe Bit:
Three. Captain Gilroy had been dis-
qualified, There. were_ no outstanding
star s-" apparenty-- who could bo
counted on to rise to the heights at
crucial moments and carry the team
tq victor-.
Princeton disposed of its early op-
ponents, of course, but, the tminor
games of the Pig Three teams produce
ltle 'indication of the real strength
o' the elevens.
Tim Firs,.i .Surprise
Then alongw came the game' with
Chicago. The Tigers _went into the,
game apparently outclassed. Chicago
drew first blood and held what seem-
ed. to be a commanding lead, until
late in' the game. 'Then the Tigers
launched a daring, spectacular attack
which left the Maroons dazzled---and
beaten 21 to 18. f

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And we shall
have snow.
What will the
Poor
Radiator
do then?

Ra. MICHIGAN DAILY
Classifled Rts Two Cents per word 'a day, paid in advance. Mini-
Im m charge for first day, :25c. Minimum , thereafter, 20c. Three
cents per word per day if charged. White 'spree charged for at rate
of, 6c per agate line. Classified, charged only to those having phones.
Liner Rates: Twelve cents per line, without contract, paid in advance.
PHIONE 960

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FOR SALE
FOR SALE--Beautiful country resi-
dence 1 1-2 miles south of campus.
Large lawn and grove for quick
sale. $4500.00 small payment down.
Also lam~e lot with buildings that.
can be made into fine residence for
small amount. Drive out and take a
look. Box 107 S. State Street. Phone
7113-F-21. 60-3
FOR.; SALE-Log-Log slide rule with
leather case. Good condition $6.50,~
328 E. Williams.. 2578-R. 60-2
FOR SALE-'Two tickets for Mary
Garden concert. , Main floor. Call
2581-W. 12-i p. mn. 61
FOR SALE-Two tickets, L -21 & L-23
for; Whitney, Friday, Dec. 8. Phone
Mooney 1153-M. 61
FOR. SALE--Two, tickets for Mary
Garden concert.' First floor seats.
Phone 1519. 61,
FOR SALE-Matry Garden concert
ticket. Main dloor. Phone 1238-J.
FOR SALE-Saxophone, C Melody,
good condition. Call 220-J. 61
IOST-Garnet Doublet ring. Finder
call Rayner, 3010-S. Reward. , 61
LOST--My pen troubles, at Rider's of
course. 21
WIN DOWSHADES
WINDOW SHADES Cleaned. New
shades made to order. 1H. S. Col-

ionOpraWANTED
WANTED-Two $2.50 tickets for Un-
ionOpraWednesday or Thursday
-night. Will buy or trade for two
Friday fight tickets (twelfth row).
Call Staeber 2410. 61 I
WANTED-Furnished apartment from
January 1 to February 15, or March
1, by instructor and wife. Call I6241
G1
WANTED-Room by young lady stu-
dent. Call 1034-R from one to three'
this afternoon. 61
WANTED-A' Rider Pen which fails
to write at touch. Rider's Pen
Shop. 21
WANTED-Student to work for his,
room. Call 244. 59-3
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Suite and single room,
well heated, private lavatories.
Board if desired. Meals served dur-
ing -Holiday vacation. 1021 E. lHur-
on St. Phone 481-R. 60-3
FOR RENT-Double rooms, also
roommate wanted. One half block,
from campus., 1115 S. University.
61I
FOUND
FOUND-On Washtenaw in front o
1the Homeopathetic Hospital a pain.r
Iof 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. 61-5
FOUND-At Rider's Pen Shop. A real 1

IF

you ha-cve not
protected it
from the
Icy WAeather,

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No Competition
--If You Bring Records
You be the one to bring
Brunswick Records: It's the
latest thing in gifts. With a
snappy dance record tuicked
under your arm you are al-
ways welcome.
Buy a fox trot here a~id steal
a march' on the other fellow.
~HEAR
No. 231-75C
The World is Waiting for the
Sunrise
I Eleanor
Isliam Jones Orch.
No. 2337-75 -- -
TootToot-Toot sle
(Clover Blossom Blues
Oriole Terrace Orch.
_______No. 233S-75c
I Wish I Could Shiruny Like
Miy Sister Kate
I've Cot to Cool My Doggles
Nov
The Cotton Pickers
St off let'SL
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