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THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y

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League 6 ; Lambda. Chi Alpha, Del- teamis organized and entered from;
Intra ural IemsFIta sigma Pi, Alpha Tau Omega, Peers, the different denominations on, the,
basktbal oKappa Sigma, Chi Phi. caml'pus. The players in the church'
Plas fr abaketallsesontha ILeague 7; Phi Mu Alpha, Alpha1 lea~gue were praised for their high
will] surpass in every respect any ithat Chii Sigma, Nu Sigma Nu, Delta Tau type of sportsmanship by many of
has been held heretofore have been jI Upsilon, Delta Chi, Theta'Chii.' the critics, -and it is. desirous that7
mnade .at the Intramural office, ancti.' League 8; Phi Delta Kappa, Phi Be-: they return in full force as they did
activities Avill start imm.ediately af- tta Delta, Sigma Nu, Delta Alpha Ep-, last year.l
ter the reopening of school, for the silon, Psi Upsilon, Phi Chi.
teams That will play basketball in; League 9; Phi Gamma Delta, Pi In a departure from the regular
the fraternity, class, independent, .so-i Kappa Alpha, Tau Epsilon Pi, Phi1 program of the seasons past, the Ir.-
ciety, church, and .all-fresh 'leagues.f Delta Theta, Cygnus, Alpha Rho Cl i
Ings ersporm~~ rtr eiis1;DlaTnDla lh tranmural officials are planning to
niie wr d~iedu acodigtoSima hiDet Epsilon, Theta Del-i form a basketball league that will te
the -city district in which their house ta Chii, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Zeta Be-' composed of members of the different
was located. Much dissatisfaction ta Tau. societies and student clubs that are
wassoud wth hispla, fr F")s League 11; Delta Sigma Delta, Del- on the campus. Different clubs such
happens at Michigan that most of the ' t ThetaPI', Delta Upsilon, Phi Rho as the Cleveland -club, Highland Park
fraternities that turn ou clbs Sigma Alpha Epsilon, PiDl club and mn othersar overflowing
to C'i. vwith excellent basketball material and
kcetball teams are located in one dis-'1aCi. ___ the coaches are anxious 'that some of
trict. This situation madte it so that~
the best teams were p)itted aa.nnt The,.class teams will play in a bas- it, be brough to light through this
each other in the earlier rounds, thus ketball tournament this year which! means. When the aggregations in
preventing many oif thxe'good tem f wil be conducted along. the samej this .division get underway; a com-
from getting, as high an Intramural ' lines as that of 'the basketball tourria- menidabale class of basketball will be
rating as would hlave been possible, m~eat. With the continued appearance: exhibited.
had the tournament been so arranged of much high class basketball mater-
that the weaker teams were elilinat- ial among the freshmen at W~atermnan Promxinient among the ideas thxat
~d n te frstrouds.gymnasium, as has" been the c ase have worked out in the past is the
For hisreaon he ame oftheduring the last few weeks, the 'upper plan for the new All-fresh league,
fraternities were drawn from a hat'f class teams will discover some knot-'dewhichdisoengypoorted tecn"u-
anti the first six putt into the fir.s ty problems 'while attemxpting" to down (etAvsr omtei ojn
SE3theem"n etlion 'with the Intramural depart-
lcnue regardless of the street or dis- te nn. eut. The basis for the selection of
trict that they lived 'illon. This ply, Drawings for the teams that wihleronllftetem s nqe
Wa~s followed1 all of the way through play in each of the four leagues have Thte different states in the United
until the 11 leagues were made tip. beeon mde and axe listed below. The, States have been divided up and put
The wiznners of, the le;agues wrill be pairings fori- he initial gamnes will be into separate districts. Every fresh-
those teams that havk thlu ,highest afnnoufcCl ini'the first issue of The jI man will be assigned toa district by
perce ntagie frome the five ;,ames tha i Daily following Christmas vacation.l ilia upper class advisor. The various
they will play with their opaponlents ;. League 1; senior ]its, junlior its:,;cion ilhl rciessi
leagues will J 2;per junsior ws , ophenin sfom intne'to time and the lbest 25 or
-The winners of the lauswl League 2junir0ipshowingit-13 the mos0tt ability will be
play in anl elimination series as they cci's, honmcops, pharmics:, soph lits. selected for the sruadI that will rep-
dlid last fall in Ihandball, the selected League '; senior engineers, gradil- resent that section. From these
nes being those that have the high- ate:, upper alrehitects, louver medics, squads two or' three teams will be
est average in eaLch respective league. soph dents. i........
Thie survivori, n thez elimination seize; I1League. 4, uipper medics, lower aircht- NwTxd{ut frRna.Wl
twill receive at large silver loving up.: Itecs, freshl its, fresh engineers.NeTudoSisfrRna.il
Asa result of the drawing-s thatf Followving chose upon the heels of and Co. State Street.-Adv.
wee ad te irtpart of~ the \v( el ; the epeulugxe interclass and fraternity 25c rate for students- 445 Huron
the following fraternities hlave been' ba'~ketb al ailles will conic the inde- Tai-A
Wa~'eed In. the following leagues: I pendent league. La.,t year, from its
Jeague 1; Psi Omega, Phi ,,ignia Del-; Innovation the independent league Loes etig AcasfedI
ta, Phi Tral, Cl1ii Psi, AlphIa kappa wa s a success and if p~resent pl heDilailnsn.;t-Av
KNapPa" Nwterialize it will surpas. the initial______________________
League 2; Alpha Delta phi, l)eltal seasonIx n every respect,. for every
Sigma Hi, Sigmna Phi Epsilon. 'Phi mzan on the campus will ]lave a,
Sigma Kappa, Apha' Clii Rho, Sigma:cae to play, before the ;season i! We Use the Most Aporoved
Delta Kaphpa. over. The' call for teams to sign up System of Teaching
League 3;- Phi Beta. P1, Alphia cig- for this event will ire made a later DA LLRUM DANCING
ma1: Phi, Xi Psi.Phi, Tau. Delta Pli, timle. Mean while, independents are
Phi Epsilon Pl, Phi Kappa Psi. j urged to begin practicing and the ° HAL SEY'S DI~A CE ST NIS-
Leaue ; Kppa Beta Psi, Beta selection of teams, because the call- _________________
Phi "Delta, Kappa Num, Luchor House, I bre o[ playing is always high in1
Theta hil, Trigon. tis departinent.q 9 ®! lt® rO
League; 5; Sigma Delta Pi, Beta] A church \league will be operated in
Theta Pi, Phi Kappa Sigma, Sigma conjunction with thie Student Christ- ,.
Chi, v Sigma P hi, Hermitage. ian Association which will hel-, to get U

picked and they will play in Class HOTEL AILE EL INewv Tuxedo Suits for Rental. Wild New Tiuiedo Suits for Re'ntal.
A, B3, or C league, according to their f Is serving a splendid steak and and Co. State Street.-Adv.an Co. 'State Street.-Advi .
capability. This movement is being; fish supper every evening, $1.25.--
made in an effort to have the fresh-! Adv. ______________________________________
men in the different sections get bet- -- -
ter acquainted with each other. { New Tuxedo Suits for Rental. WhOv
-- -andl Co. State Street.-Adv.

Magazine Subscriptions-Best Club
rates at Wahr's Bookstores.-Aviv.

Patronize Daily advertisers--Adv.

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U nite'd Cigar Store
We have a choice selecton of Pipes, Domestic and Im-
ported, ranging~ in price from 25c to......... $18.00
CIGARS
We have all the famous Cigars, Domestic and Im-
ported, ranging from $1.00 per box to. ...$15.00 j
SMOKING TOBACCOS.
Pipe Tobacco, Domestic and Imported, of evecry kind,
wrapped in Xmas Packing from 25c to....... $ 4.00 j
CIGARETTES
Of every description. We carry 109 different brands
of Cigarettes, Christmas packed, f rome 90c to ... . $ 5.00 j
SAFETY RAZORS
$5.00 Gillette Razors going while they last at...... $ .99
1 Dozen Blades............ . .. F........... $ .79
CONFECTIONERY
Received fresh every week, per lb. 39c, 59c and ... . $ 1 .00 I
We welcome your inspection. The right store with the right prices.
118 EAST HURON, STREET._ PHONE 64-R.

Best wishes for an enjoyable vacaliionl
and a successful New Year to all our
friends and custorners4, from

GROSS

AND DI ETZ"EL

-FINE FOOTWEAR
117 E. WASHINGTON

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C 1RSTI ASYVACA'IOT

Is the time to redecorate those rooms
that need to be done' for the 6"J -Hop"
LET US OFFERSUGGET3,IONS

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OSWALD A. HERZ

1 12 West
Washington St.

PHONE 358 F-i

COWaMN L S I I OLUMN
CLOSES"COE
AT 3 P. M. DVERTfIINGA 4M
rnCIIIOAN DAILY- -
Classified- Rates. Two Cents pereword a day, paid fn' advance. Mi-
; imnum charge for first. day, ,25c. Min imum thereafter, 20c. Three
-cents per word per day if charged. White space charged for at': rate
of 5c per. agate line. Classified, charged only to those having phones.
Liner Rates: Twelve cents per line, without contract, paid In advance.
PHONE 960)

Wchelgaw Men -f~arted
plea, ... iliards r'li us
i 19~05 and Juave xeJpt It
up in increasing numbers
ever since. 3fIcbigan men
of today will find here A-1
equipment,' good' fellow-
.~ship and congenlal envir-
onmient.
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LOST-4-Can'vas notebook, name on
front cover. 'Notes extremely ins-
lortant., Call 1504 or leave at Daily.'
John Breakey. 69-2
LOST-Horn rimmed spectacles Sat-
urday 'afternoon somlewhere be-
tween' Whitney Theater and Rent-f
chler's Studio Call 1325. 70
LOST-A black--leather portfolio con-
taining books and lecture notes. Re-
ward. .Phone 1281-d._;69-2
*LOST--Brown leather gloves,. in or
near Surveying building Ple'ase,
call 2817-... .-_-70
LOST-Apathaemascope in J. F
Hlartz case. Finder call 2897-J. Ask
for Feldman.. 70
LOST-A jeweled X-J-Ii pin Saturday.
Reward if returned to 204 N. State
St. - -701
LOST-Silver watch fob. Call 2864-
M7. Ask for Small. 70
LOST-My pen troubles, at Rider's of
course. 21
F'OR SALE
FOR SAL i~Cheap, one brand new ,C-
melody Conn saxophone in A-i con-
dition, Call- 236. 21
FOR SALE--New. $70 Hirsch Wick~-
wire tuxedo, size 37. $35. 906 E.
Huron. 6~g-3
TYPEWRTERS
CORONA-Th visible durable, port-
able typewriter. Over .500,000 in
use. Decent imn~provements put Co-
rona still farther in the lead. Price
$50.00.. Easy terms if dlesired. Other'
typewriters taken in exchange. 0.
D. M~orr 11, 17 Nickels Arcade. Open
evenings. -6=1-
REMI.A~ NGTO0N PORTABLE-The new
typewriter with standard keyboardl
nd slpeed. Sold mon easy,- termis.
CALL H.IV. (C.. D APIS
1786-W. -60-11
TYPE~WRITING
FIRST CLASS typing promptly. and
neatly clone. Special prices on man-
uscript. Call 101I.5- \.° 69-2

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Rooms for girls at Hor- 1
en House for second semester. One
double and one single room. 931
Greenwood. N
FOR TE~NT-Warm single room, $3.50
311 Thompson. Also reasonably'
fpriced suite. fi8-3
FOR RENT-One large single roomi in
Girl's League House. 511 Cheever
Court. - 683
1 11ALE HELP WANTED.
STUDENTS SELL "Amazing Story of
Henry Ford. Make $10 to $25 per.
day.' Going like blazes. Free out-
fit. Write quick. Standard Prop-
ducts Company, Dept. {C-2, Jackson,
Alichigan. 69-2
SWANTED-Two students to work for
board during holidays. Phone 1386-
J. 212 N. Ashley. 69-2
MISCELLANEOUS
ANNOUNhCEMENT-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
PRIVATE INSTRUCTIONS in ICE
SKATING. Make appointments for'
vacation now. Phone 2278-W. 70
THREE ,ROOMS-Furnished for light
housekeeping. Steam heat. Phone.
2736. 802 Packard. 70]
I ~ WINDOW ''SHADES3
WINDOW SHADES Cleaned. New
shades made to order.- H. S. Col-
lins, 21.4 E. Washington St. Phone
785-M. -211
RUG CLEANING
RUGS CLEANED-Th~oroughly. Wash-
ed or' dust. cleaned. Ann Arbor
Carpet Cleaning Works, Phone 50.
IJAGGAGE
DONT FORGET Green's.- Hurry up
Dray and Baggage line. 5204IDe-
troit St Phone 3130. 64-7
WANTED E
WANTED--A Rider Pen which fails
Ito write at touch.: Rider's Pen

* iio~ Ir ~ w PP S LUN~~ st4 *y to tweat youa righ"

CLEAN)
PURE, AND
WHOLESOME
.What more can be asked
for 'in milk?

=D"--MS

We want you to know
that our
Paste'urization
Process

Yreturn to you' work in 1923 with. mo re e~ui.
asm and M ichigan spirit than ever.
It is ouer sincere wish that you. en oy v ery
.minute of the Holiday season.
Signed
MRF R. .F A
1041.

renders our

Milk and

Cream

free from

germs

Added to this is the fact
that we sell miks of the
highest quality only, com-
ing from the "Cleanest of
Dairies."

CALL 423

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