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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Farrell Receives Intramural Items
Gift From Team1
iIn order that the players on the
Gathering around, the coach while class basketball and hock~ey teams?
he was giving instructions to track as-I and any other mnen that may wish too
pirants yesterday afternoon in Water- join the teams can get in touch with
man gymnasium members of the 1924 the managers of the various class ag-
Varsity Cross Country team present- gregations, the names, of the latter
ed Coach Farrell with a solid gold; are listed below: senior lits, H.
watch chain as a token of their. ap-' Mudd, 1121-R; junior lits, T. Tracy,;
preciation of his work last fall. 8 55; sopli lits, Wasseman, 566; fresh
On tihe chain is a charm one side lit;. Adams, 355; senior engineers, H.!
of which is engraved "to S. J. FarrellI G. German, 470-M; junior engineers,
Coach"., while on the other is insex xb,, Piggott, 2726-M; soph engineers, Ma
ed "From Michigan Cross CountryI A. :tones, 114; fresh engineers, V'ose;!
Champions, 1922." ' laws, 1.1. Storz, 2999;, upper medics,;
The chain. was presented 1)y Ca~p- Kerly, 609.; lower medics, M. P. 'Tid-
tamn-elect Arndt. ey, 609; upper architects, Kline, 366;a
- Ilower architects, Goldsmnithi,. 2127-J;
Russiin Now Expor'whg Crate upper dents, 1). Wagner, 1237-W; sophi
Petrograd, Jan. 4.--The exportation dents, Cordier, 753; homeops, Al.
of Russia grain, the first time sincoO Crino, 2605; p~harics, Morris, 1162-
the famine, has begun. The shipment i Ai; gradunates, Purdon.
consists of 4,000 tons of wheat and rye.'
It is being sent to Finland and will be Class hockey will start next week.
paid for in gold. All those wishing to play on the teams
-- should call up the mnanager of their,
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv. class or leave their name with the
Know the Correct Temperature
p"H rE R l S0M E ''I K ',WIL L T E L L Y O U
A o Pleeie-eaoabypr~iced-is hear at your ;
command.

Inrm rl fiiltramuralr ieadmaaea officethc- 11IlIIIII~IIlll!IlII1IIlIIIl+.lltil!t~ias.iI1ClassIImanageiI1111izeIIandIImanageIllIM independent1111hock-1
shoul notify the Intramural depart-ey team should call 2268 sometime _
ment as soon as they have organized within the next few days. _ _ __ COURSES IN
their teams at the same time leaving' -_____
the 'ame of their class. B E, S. lilWistiat'jto le-ad Board (YYPEXs 11, ARIG
A fewmore ~ areVienna, Jan. 4.-The Freie Presso-
A-e moebasketball referees ar say's Albert 1H. Washburn, IUnited ; SHO RT AND ACCOUNTING
needed by the Intramural department States minister, will head the arbitra-
to help handle, the coming basket oe '=AT tioni board to settle disputes be weer I = BOOKK''EEP I NG 'PENNIANSHIP'
ball games,. the first series of which 4.kustris ilb ednx odyngtaftat and Jugo-Slavia otter pre-war
Waterman, gymnasium., Any person;-____ E ER E ISJA UR T
N Wthat is qualified as a result of past TE M B G N A U R
experience to handle a basketball AImekk-an Killed by Bandit 7
game is asked to get in touch with he Manila, Jan. 4.-Judge Andres Bex - DAY* AND EVENING CLASSES
Intramural office at once, romeo was killed by bandlis yesterday,;-
in the 24th district of the Philippines.-
Any student that wishes to organ'iPtoieDal detsr.A
I atoiz aiyaderier.Ad.;w, Ham ilton sinessCollege
VICTOR ALLIENDING*ERiSTAT'E AND WILLIAM STS,
School of i feTuner -PR MER -
Ofieat eish418.N jivision S IH.LSeY'tD EAradq B Pgains in the 'WantAd. Column . Lok or Them.

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T he Eerbach.&,Son Co.,
200-204 .EAST LIBERTY STREET
iOLUMN PCOLUMN
CLOSES CLOSES
AT 3 P.M, ADV*E RTIS'ING AT 3 P.M.
MI11ANDIYlassilled Rates. Two Cents per word a day, paid in advance. Min-
imum charge for first day,-. 25c. Minimum_ thereafter, loc. Tbree
cents per word per day 1 charged. White spuce charged for at rate
1 of 5e per agate line. Classified, charged only to those having phones.
Liner Rates: Twelve cents per line, without contract, paid tn advance.
PHONE 9600

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FOR RENT
FOR R'ENT-Good looking 13 room
house, best neighborhood., Shower
new beds and furniture. One square
from campus, stores, etc., Good for
Mclub of 20 to 26 men. Call 1226-
W. WV. Forman. 73-2
ROO-M FOR RlENT-Three rooms fur-
nished for light housekeeping. Ev-
erythingi modern. Steam heat.
Phone 2736. - 71-3
FOR RENT-One single and two1
double rooms at reasonable prices.
944 Greenwood. 71-61
FOR RENT-One double': and one
single warm room. Resit reason-
able. 1127 Church St. 72-2.
FOR RENT-A warm, pleasant, double
room, in quiet house. 217 S.. Fifth,
Ave. 72-2
GARAGE FOR RENT--631 Oakland.
Half-black from campus. 2808-W.
71-s

WVANTED
WANTED-Musicians for two Chau-
tauqua bands for the summer of
1923. Must be versatile and cap-E
able. Long season, idleal associa-
tions, good compensation and won,
derful experience. State all abouL.
yourself in first letter. The Landiok
Attractions, 1513 N.IHigh St.,C-
lumbus, Ohio._ 73-7o
WANTED-University man wanted tot
sell pure silk hosiery mill's goods.
iImixedhate commission and no de-j
Sliveries. If you will hustle you
can make $30 weekly on the side.
See William Walker at 2107 Wash-
tenaw. 73-s
tenaw.
WANTED-Light, pleasant. room forj
girl student for second semester.
House near campus preferred. Write
box E.B., Daily office. 71-3
WANTED--Boarders, men preferred.
Home-cooked meals. $6 a .week for
two meals a day. 1213 Willard St;.,j
or phone 1456-W. 72-3
WVANTED--One or two tickets to Pad-
erewski concert at any price. Phone
2953-W or call 530 Hill Street. 73-3

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Selling was, brisk, yesterday but one day's selling is not enough to make, a
dent in our stocks.
You'll find plenty of opportunity to save on men's clothing and. furnishing.
To the man who appreciates the utmost in equality -- this Sale 'is for him.
Here are Suits and Overcoats that combine-the best in. style, best in fabric,
the best in workmanship - at prices that will appeal to you instantly. Come
at once and supply your wants for the winter.

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FOR SALE
FOR SALE--$350 genuine racoon fuir
coat at 25 per cent reduction. Write
or phone if interested. L. Eb. Oppen- j
heim & Co,.,-Jackson, Mich., 137 W.1I
Main St. Bell phone 496, Jackson.
73-3
FOR SALE--One pair $14 hickory,
double grooved, Strand skiis, slight-
ly used. $5. -Mac, 2573-R. 328 E.
Williams. 72-2
FOR SALE-Conn E-Siat alto Saxo-
phone. 'Silver finish, fine condi-
tion. Call Dick Freyberg, 907-R and,
33., 73-3
FOR SALE-Cheap, one brand new C-
melody Conn saxophone in A-i con-
dition. Call 236. 21
FOR. SALE-Complete set of Leedy
drums. Cost $115. Will sell for
$60. Box L.B.W. 73-2
FOR SALE-Dress suit in, good condi-
tion. Call LeFevre, University 191,
evenings. 73-3
FOR, SALE-Buescher C-Melody Sax-
ophone. Carson, 643-J. 72-"
NIlSCELLANEOUS
ANNOUNCEMENT-Do you know thaw
Ridler'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
KISCELLANEOUS--Good room and
Board, 324 Maynard St. Phone 1376
1R: -72-2
DANCE
D1ANCE-Masonic Temple Ypsilanti
tonight. Bergen's first. Dancing at
3:30. $1{25 per couple., 73
FOUNID
FOUND-At Rider's Pen Shop. A real

SUITS AND OVER.-A
COATS. $25 VAL-
UESNGW.......

SUITS AND OVER-.
COATS. $35 VAL -
UESNOW.....

WANTED-Sewing, dresses, blousesy
and lingerie. Work guaranteed;
Phone 782-J, 418 -Thompson. 73-3
W~ANTED-One or more tickets to
Paderewski concert. Call 1869-J,
ask for Strong. 73
WANTED-A Rider Pen which fails'
to write at touch. Rider's Pen
Shop. 21
WANTED-Two tickets to Paderew-1
ski, concert. Reply Daily, box W.L.
'V. X71-3
WANTED-One or two tickets for!
Paderewski Concert. Phone 429-R.
72-2
-LOST
LOST--Trigonometry, with Mac..Mil-
Ian's tables in down town section
before Christmas, holidays. Finder
please return to 203 S. Ingalls., St.
Reward..73
LOST-Bottom part of a WahI's gold
fountain pen, between North Divi-
sion and Campus. Reward. Eliza-
beth Botsford, phone 1720-3. 73
LOST-Gold fountain pen without
cap, between Engineering Bldg. and
523 S. Division. Reward:. Call Uni-
versity 47 or 201-J. 73
LOST-K~appa Alpha Theta jewelled
pain, name on b~ack. Lost Wednes-
day. Reward. Call 2530-J, after r.
73-3
LOST--Glasses, horn rimmed, be-
tween U. Hall and 810 Lawrence.'
Finder please call 2487-J. 73
LOST-Barrel part of, blue fountain

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COATS. $45 VAL.
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SHIRTS
Men's collar attached shirts, neat stripes
,adclr.Ec .... ...and figures. Also plain white 79
Sirits which have been selling up t
$2.75. Many Wilson Brothers and othe
good makes included. $3
Now ................ ..$14
In higher priced Madras. Shirts, those
which have been priced up to $1,95
$3.75 go now at ..........
FLANNEL 801718
Mlen's $5 flannel shirts.' $,5
A real one. Now ......e'$45flnl hr8
Men's $4.0 ..anne ..hirts. $359
+1 urine this sale at....

FURNISHINGS

Neckties -- Special Lot.
Your choice for .............
Neckties - Both silk and knit..
Many to select from.........
Men's Hosiery-Good Cotton
hose, (luring this sale, per pair
Caps-$2.50 and $3.00 values.
A special at......... .....
Men's Silk hose-Phoenix
Hosiery-First--per pair ..
Hats--One lot priced $4 and
$5 on sale at..... .
Men's Wool Hose, Heavy Rib-
bedt, dress for daress, pair..
All Wool Imported Wool Hose.
Per pair..................
Men's Wool Knit Gloves.
Per pair...................

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A.T SALE PRICES
9Mittens, Horse Hide Lined. 1
Per pair.. . .. . .. . . . 1
Night Shirts, fl annelette. $1 1
IFull size, and warm. Each...t
P ajamas--Flannelettes, $ f
8 good ones, per suit ..... $19
PU ajamnas-H-feavy 'Weight,
p ~er suit ..........
5Odd Trousers- Choice ot our
9large stock at.. ....ne-Fifth Off
Boys' and Young Men's Sweaters
at ...... .......One'Third Off
By' Flannel Blouses, 99
Inthis sale,, each. .. 9
9Boys'Waists, many to select7
fomn, each........... I
9 Boys' Hose, heavy weighit.
cFour pairs Yor ... ...
9Q Boys' 'Wool Toques.
Ithis sale, each at ......... A

MEN'S
UNDERWEAR,
Men's Separ ated' Fleeced Un-Oc
derwear. Each........ r7
Men's -Havy Ribbed Union $1
Suits. Each ..... ... .....1
Men's Part Wool Ribbed. Union Q U~
Suits. Each.......
Men's Union Suits. A good one,,
,isnbros., suit $1.99
Cooper's Union Suits, lleavy $239. ui ..

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