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uhJ~rn~II In Iget to notify tealymngrWe
the alley ma ager when they are going to roll or else their
IIIUIUll MERIh U ;LL scores will not be accepted as official.
IRL1~ftJ ~Following are the teams that have
IUIflDAIJILI2396, senior engineers-2339, upper
laws-2297, sopht engineers-2234, and
MI1CHIGAN ATHLE'TIC HEADS archiitects-2225.
WILL REFEREE G~AME IN
AFTERNOON Contenders in the last day 'for the
playing of the first around of the all-
Archie Hahn, freshmen track coach, camp us handball tournament won
ann.. Pnjer D. Mitchell, Director of four of their games'by default, their;
Intranmural Athletics, will leave at opponents failing to put in -an ap-,
9:15 oclock this 'morning for Ionia, Ipearance at the schledurled time.
Mehligafi, 'lfere they will officiate at One lone mnatch was played to aug-
a football game between Portland and moent this re gretable feature- of the
B~elding in which the champlionship afternoon's schledule, Langlois walk-;
of their county will be decided, and ing away withi an easy victory over
be the principal :speakers at thle foot- Kline, 3-0. Lan glois was the aggres-
ball ianqluet in the evening, whitch I.sr throughout and never was serious-
being tendered by the boards of edu- ; y threatened by Kline. He represent-
cat[on and business mecn of the two, ed Michigan last year in the national
towns. It is planned to have ; everal IHandball tournameents and .made a,
athletes from Michigan accompany! creditable showing.
them and give little talksit the fes- l-Pairings; have been madle for the
tivities of the evening for the high secon elmination rouned. One of
schlool football players. (Conltinued. on Page Eight)
Portland and Belding are tied for
the football championship .of their cut n ev iletdInarsteC TEWa hTR~ri
count and'have electd lona astheT~ jj.W~ nIr~

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Foch A ddresses Huge Throng
At. Dedication .0! Victory Memorial'
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logicalL pI~lac a i ┬▒ictL to piay on the1
tie, since it is neutral. Poth teams
finished in first place in the county
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Trainer Hahn will referee, ,and Di-
rector Mitchiell will act as unpire in
this all-important grid iron affair.
Following the game, the mnembers of
the two, teams will be banqueted in
lonia, at which time Hahn and Mit-
clhell will be the principal speakers of
the evening. Some Michigan athletes
2will also speak at the dinuer.
"Thrle Past Michigan Football Sea-
son" will be the subject of Archie
Ilahn's address. Hle ill dwell upon
the insidle story of this .,eason's play
;stressing little anecdotes of the game
and the all-powerful team spirit, that
played 'such an important pa'rt in thec
Michigan victories.
Elmer D., Mitchell will talk on

CHDSSCOUNIYCLASSID..*.... 4" '' *."'."AY .
George Chute, '22E, one of Mich!-
gan's former cross-country stars, won
z the annual Thanksgiving cross- ...
a field of 31 runners going the dis- ~
tance in 40:31, a little slower thanreodte.s kr:r
recor time
At 'no time during the course of
thle race was George pushed and this ?4a
fact is deplored by his admirers, for
he was in fine :shape and although
running a slow race outdistanced hio Above, -)linfster of W.r _Maginot addresses leaders .of Frane and alliedi repreetatives in CYoniplerne f oresta
opponents by many yards and could where war ended.-IBelow, Marshal Fochi speaklag at exact spot where he s igned the armilstice.
have broken tho record if the situa-
tion had been different. French political leaders and military chieftains rec211tTv dedicated thi i.reat memorial, marking the spot,
Chute graduated from the Ulniver- where 'Marshal Poch and the German delegate;, signed1 the armistice in C ominepiegne forest, Nov.,11, 1918. Among
sity last June but has been faithful-_ the principal speakers a4 the dedication of the monument which depicts t he Ferman eagle pierced by the sword
ly continuing his cross-country work. uf Justice, were the French 'Minister of War, Maginot and( Marshal Poch.

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"Value of School Athletics". He wvill

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discuss several points; in his speech,' While at Michigan he was the only-
intending to binplasize the valuable man outside of Eddie Carroll, Mich-
training for life that is given to the igan's famous miler of former (lays,
men- who play in, competitive athletics that had won his M at the harrier and
and the improvement in sportsman- houind game. He received the letter -
ship that has come about in the last for finishing seventh in the annual
ton years b)y contrasting examples of Conference cross-country race that
the present lay conduct of crowds at was held at Purdue in 1921. In thi
our large games with the actions of race he was the first Michigan mar[
tl,:, ispectattors of ten years ago. to cross the finishing line.
Besides" being one of the foremost
T 1 7cross-country men Chute was a de-
in traMnUra2 item s pendlahle track man althouigh he nev-_
er won, an M in this field.' His most! .
* Asyetonl a ew f te tamstha outstanding performance was made in
As et nl a ewof he eas tatWaterman gymnasium last February
are schedluled'to bowl in the qualify- when he was responsible for Harry
ing round of the class bowling tourna- Dvssfa fbekn ~egmrc
moent ~ave turned in their scores. oDvsfrteto beairn. hutgy ecush
Someof he tamswil bow tOlayed Davis all the way and finished a
~anti it is hoped that those teams which
are entered will turn in their scores yard .and a half behind him, Davis's
leby Saturday' night., No time limit hastiefrhevntbng97:35
been set, but the managers should
not let this matter go too long, for Siviss+ Vote Against Tax Mea"Wre
they may be disqualified. Berne, Dec.' 7.-All Switzerland was
The teams finishing with the eight ; Srprised at the-vote against the pro-=
-highest scores in the qualifying round, posed levy on capital; 730,000 were
will bowl in the elimination series. against it, .108,000 for it,. the. largest
The winners will be given numeral majority ever given on. anything put
sweaters. Managers should not for. to a vote in the country.
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blank',page facing the text or intellined with it.

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MICI4A-W DAILY
Classified Rates. Two Cents per word a day, paid in advance. Min-
imum. charge for Airst day, 259. Minimum thereafter,'20c. Three
cents 'per word per day if charged. White spauce charged, for at rate
of Be per agate line. Classified, charged only- to those having- phones.
Liner Rates: Twelve cents per line, without contract, paid In advance.
PHONE 9G{!

R. H. Fyfe & Co., Detroit

A ppreciated hbabth men and )vomea

Winter Oxfords

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FOR 'SALE
FOR SALE-A Remingt~on portable
typewriter in excellent condition.
Price reasonable. Call. evenings,
3 24 E. Jefferson St., Apartment 3.
64-a
FOR S1ALE--Royal Typewriter--good
working order. $30.00. Call Sunday┬▒
morning at 219 S. Thayer or phone
7 26-M. 64
FOR SALE-Persian kitten and one
2 year old male. Phone 816-R, 511
Cheever Court. 64-2
FOR SALE-Mlichigan Banners, Pent-,
nants, Pillow togas. Phone 2384-MV,
1341 Wilmot. 64-3
FOR SALE--Complete set of 'Lud-
'wig's drums almost new. Call 2540-
W. 64
FOR SALE-Ford Sedan of June,1922.
Call Williams 2619. 64-3
FOR SALE--B-flat Clariet. Phone
1484., 64-2
LOS'S

FOUND
FOUND-On Washtenaw, in~ front ofI;
the Hoineopathetic Hjospital a pain'1
of Mlasses in a leaither case with a;
(pencil' and pen. Pen has name on
it. Owner, can have same b- call-
ing at Daily Business officts and'
identifying same. f1-5
FOUND-At Rider's Pen Shop. A real
fountain pen for exams. 21
FOUND-Ticket for "In and Olut"
Call 2143-3. 63-2
WANTED
WANTED-=A Rider Pen which fails~
to write at touch. Rider's Pen
Shop. 21
WANTED -I-Board ers for the holidays.
812 Catherine St. 62-21
MISCELLANEOUS
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'}
NOTICE-Christmas vacation tht j
Students' Tining Rooms will be
kept open. 1309 Wilmot St., nearj
corner of Forest and Washtenaw.. ,
64-3
NOTICE-The man who took overcoat
from 1000 Washington is known.
Unless. same is returned immedia-.;
tely action will be taken. 64
IDONT FORGETGreen's. Hurry up
Dray and Baggage line. 520 De- I
troit St. Phone 3130. 64-7;
4 WINDOW SHADES
WINDOW SHADES Cleaned. New'
shadles made to order. H. S. Col-
s:... -- 01 1 k ' T flY .1 I.;.t+... + - *fll i. - .

In destructo W' a r d r o b e
Trunks, finest iiade, are
gener'ous . in .capacity. $44
to $60. Other wairidrobe
triinks, $30, to $35.

LUGGAGE t hat, is at-
tractive il appearance

and dependable in

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STYLE, comfort andi quality considered, the following
winter models are distinctly superior to the usual
values at $8.00 and $9.00. Both lasts zit perfectly., We
believe they offer the greatest amount of all-round satis-
faction possible to obtain at their prices~.

The
"Tremont"
$8
In rugged'(design and
construction this hand-
some oxford is admirably
suited for fall wear with
wool hxose.
Black -or tan Norwegian
calfskin with heavy soles,
broad flange heels and dis-
tinctive, punching.
The
"Kempy"
$9
Another splendidly built
winter oxford of .tan Nor-
wegian calfskin.
Note the 'new. short fore-
part and distinctive shield
tip.

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leather' is, a Cliristms
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LOST-Tuesday evening, a pair of
nose glasses. LaRue printed on
case. Finder, call Mrs. C. G. Par-
nell, phone 1402. 64
LOST-Gold wrist watch. Elgin
make. Ribon band, flower design;
Call Mrs. Ted Bank, 2845-W. G4-2

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at the
Marquard Tailor Shop
808 East Liberty

611TH en's patent leather
cases are Ideal for n
travel. . Containers for all
toilet nieeds. 3Iofr'e liii-
ings. $7.50.

Suit Cases 5 o bg iS4
Boston Bags ....,,..$2.5 o $4l
Leather Brief (ac- ...$M~to$1

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LOST-Gold' fountain pen between
Thompson alid U. Hall, Thursday
a. ni. Reward. Phone 213:1-R. 64-2
LOST-Chi Psi badge. Name on back.'
Finder please call 231. Reward.

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