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',THE-,,,MI CHIGAN, DAILN

~ercanDetroerSaves 500 From Death
On BRoard Blazing Sip I Mid-Atlantic

In' ram uru Items will be held next Monday night at
,[ ,r ] 4i Waterman gymnasium. Any person
that is qualified as a result of past
(Continued from Page Seven) I experience to handle a bask~etball
the practice sessions or for the elim-, game m~asked to get in touch with the
Inatii gmes.Intramural office at once.
All class hockey team managers!, Consuli Investigates Killing I
should get in touch with the Intra- Mexico City, Jan. 6.-Norman King,1
mural department sometime today.i British consul, is investigating the'
killing of George. W. Steabben, mer-
Any student that wishes to organ-' chant.

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CLEARANCE SALE

--ze and manage an independent hock-
. y team should call 2268 sometimel
-ithin the next few days.
Ini order that the players on the
class basketball and hockey' teams
and any other men that may wish to'

SPatronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
BOARD REDUCED

$5.00
$4.00

(3 meals)
(2 meals)

iomn the teams can get in touch with
the managers of the various class ag-!
gregations, the namies of the latter
F are listed below: senior fits, H.
Mudd, 1121-R; junior lits, T. Tracy
355; soph lits, Wasseman, 566; frest"
lits, Adams, 355; senior engineers, H
G. German, 470-M; junior engineer-
Piggott, 2726-M; soph engineers, M.
A. Jones, 114; fresh engineers, Vose;
laws, H. 'Storz, 2999;' upper medics,
Xerly, 609; lower medics, M. B. Tid-
ey, 609; upper architects, Kline, 366;
lower architects, Goldsmith, 2127-J;
upper dents, D.. Wagner, 1237-W; soph
dents, Cordier, 753; homeops, M.
Crino, 2605; pharmics, Morris, 1162-
M; graduates, Purdon.

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The bunding Frnch la osl ilal ship Vi all-Loiig, from whi1161ch ('omindmer Audrtw i1. Adais, iset, and ceiwi of £hie
S. S. Raa3njridge rescued .500 peirsous:
Another example of sea heroism has been set by Uncle Samn's sailors. WNith the lives of 500 persons aboard
the French hospital ship Vinh-long endangered by a fire which was sweep'nr the ship, Commaander Andrew H.
Adams and the crew ot the U. S. S. Bainbridge, which happened alonig, braved the choppy seas and in small
boats r'an alongside and rescued the women and~ children while the men jumped overboard. Afterward they.
were rescued from the water. Many of the womein aboard the ship) were refugees fleeing from Turkey.

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______________________'_- ciety meets. WVilliarn ".I. Williams,
I 23M, speas on "The Scope for
WH TSGOING(" Christian Activity in My Chosen Pr-
( b:t1-Congrcgttilnl S uens' ire-
7 00--IDr David Alexander,~ of Akron
'TLt -Co4py for thIS Column should Ohio, speaks at Jewish Student'
gull sumitd 'by ,: 3 o'lock o. Congregation services in Lwane hal
t1#e Ia~~xe .ti~lcttti#> :auditorium." Music by student choir. !
t~h.daybefre ublcaton.side chat. Mr. Libbey speaks on ex-I
SU~DAYperiences in reconstruction work in
.. Europe.
s, 4I11 Bbl clts 7:3-Edgar A. Guest 'speaks il the
ymeets in' Utpper ,room, Lanehall. Methoist church.
t14--Uon ggl tl! Mten's litui~ei di
lass tmeets 'in Congregationa!1 )IIONI)AY
[0 :3-t 'dJ.Lhcy f ahgo i2 :0-hligal Federation of is-
1:_I,-Lby [fW higoispeaksfn cngegational church. ical clubs luncheon in room 31,1
Sujet,"Aercas lae n. he Union.
World.' mria'1Pac iIte :0-Players' elub meets in room i205,
12~ :0.Congrea 4tiofl omen Stutdet Unon
class meet in'Congegatonal7 :f-R-Wayfaer club meets in roomIi'
clu rch e tsI;C ng e aton l 34. Union.
1:00-Stndent' class meets ini Chrch t Un-ion. tin ci n om32
of Chrst. Subjet, "Nicodemus the Unioeln. atltea s a6k~rl
12:0--aptst uil Bati' team practices in Waterman gym-1
Guld house. 'Mr. Chapman leads. nasiluml.
1:0- Fred J. tlibbey, of Washington, I8 :0I-Chloal VUion co cert hb' Inace
speaks in Presbyterian church on" Jan Paderewvski, 11ill audtorum.
"NoMre War."
i:!0-Xnuis mu sic by the Ypsilani U.NOT'ICFS
Normal school orchestra in the Ln rynsfrete h hlgall i
i4n ou business staffs of the Michigan Optic,
.3 = 0Cis1 ln , at Presbyter'iai## the newu University rotogravure
xchurcbk. magazine, will please reort at the
6s:0-B ~st Gild Friendship ]tourj pti c ofices, third floor of the Un-
in BP thurch'parlors. Refresh- ion any lay this week between 3 :3()
'enta and 5 o'cicok. All but first semester
$Y = - re r traiYoung eokples' so- frashinen are eligible.
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. ~THREE - PIECE -
-. GAR~MENT
I. SILK LINEDW
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.. DRESS SUITS FOR RENT
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ture; taken not later than Tuesday,I
Jan. 9, in order for them to Appear
in the 1923 Michiganensian. Ar-
range for sitting immediately.
IAll group pictures for tho 192391Mfleb-
iganensian must be taken during
tho month of January. All f rater-
n iti es, sororities, house clubs, an~d
campus organizations must pay for
their space in the 'Enslan before
these pictures can 'be taken. Ap-
pointments should be made 'with
photographers, direct.
All freshmn f: its who are interested
in trying out for class basketball
team, are urged to atternd practices
in Waterman gymnasium. The prac-
tices are scheduled as follows: Fri-
day, 6-7:30 o'clock; Saturday, 2-5
o'clock, and Monday, 6-7:30 o'clock.
Chimaes 'li; Normal1 Salo
Chimes found a normal sale on the
campus Friday. More, than 1,000 cop-
ics of the magazine being disposed of.
Try a Classified Ad-it pays.-Adv.

All class officers must have their pie-

In the qualification rounds of the
interclass bowling tournament that
were held before the Christmas holi-
days only a few of the class teams
appeared at the Union alleys in full
force and consequently the beginning
of the tournament was rather un-I
successful.
'The manager in charge and the
Intramural officials are in hopes that
if' the qualifying round is continued
for a few more days that many of the
seemingly. bashful players will ap-
pear and help to materially aid the
tournament and make the competition
more interesting for those that have
already qualified.
Players and those xn enarge of the
class bowling teams that have no's
rolled their first round should try anq
get to the Union alleys today or else
sometime Monday.
A few more basketball. referees are.
needed by the Intramural department
to help hanidle the coming basket-
ball games, the first series of which
AD2IAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
Schedul, in Effect October x8 z92a
D Central. Time (Slow Time
V.M. A. M. P.M. P.M.
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(Court H6 .'.e Square) A. M."
D--Daily. X---Daily except Sundays
and Holidays. Friday and Saturday special
i us for students leaves Adrian 1:45 leaves
Ann Arbor 4:=45.
JAMES TI. ELIIIOtT, Proprietor
Phone 926"M Adrian, Mich.

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to day's feature:

J-Hop

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Dressing, 45c!

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yO ouwill? want the " Ho u se" to
look its best while "She" is i
town!
W~e specialize in redecorating of
all. kinds. P ainting, papering and
interior decorating.
Estimates to Fraternities, Soror-
ities-, and House Club's gladly given.
Call us and we will come out and

IT' deliciously browned
Iand rich with delicately
seasoned dressing. You'll en-
joy it immensely, and th e
many other specials on to-
day's dinner menu. All are
at low prices.

see you.

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'Now is the logical time to have
the work done, and reap the benefit
of having the house looking its best
during the Hop. W or k should be
arranged for now.
OSWALD A.- HERZ

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