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intramural Items
Close scores and hard fighting on,
the part of all teams were the out-
standing features of the fraternity and
clas: basketball games Kehl at Water-
man gymnasium Tuesday night:
Following.-are the scores of the
games : Delta Chi 12, Theta Chi 4; Pi ;

D~elt~a Clhi; court 4, Phi Delta Epsilon Fraternity and class teams should solved( the rest wvould be compara-'
vs. Delta Kappa Epsilon; at 9:30 inake all effort to arrive onth floorI tively simple.
o'clock, court 1, Phi Delta Phi vs. at their scheduled. time, for lateness! "New York may b}e dragged dlown
Delta Sigma Delta; court 2, Delta Beta interfer'es wvith the schedule. from the high pinnacle. Also it may
Phi vs. Phi Rho Sigma; court 3, Delta not. At'any rate there are two chances
Upsilon vs. Sigma Alpha E~psilon; Thrceuefrtecuc )~fr tlathl ftewrdssre
Th ceuefrtecuc a- a es afo h ol' eiscourt, sonh engineers vs. senior nits; keblllauetas!il emdeubeing played here. That is some
at 10 o'clock, court 1, junior ktblngineeeasrsl e ad u,
engieersthe last of this week and will ap- comifort."
vs. laws; court 2, upper dents vs.;
junor its cort3, ppe arhitct pear in Sunday morning's Daily.
junor it; cur 3,uper rcitetsManagers of all the church teaims;. One pitcher creating* a record dur-
vs. homieops ;court 4, seniorengineers_1 ing' the last season who -will not be
'vs. harmis. Ithat have not enteredI are requested toI,
vs pharmipcsdge.he i te ansimmediately g rabbed by a big league
The lat shedledgams fr te ;of the Intramural department on time. club is Eugene Whitehill, who (luring
end of the week wildl be played on Fri-! the declining days of August pitchedi
day igh wih te falowng teas 'his eighth consecutive victory by a
day igh wit th folowig tams All soph lits wishing to tryout for; score of 1 to 0 in Oklahoma, allowing
having the floor;: At 6:30 o'clock, court the class hockey team should call' only two hits, and struck out sixteen.
1, soph lits vs. graduates; court 2, ;1lurw ich at 2930-M, or report at Wine-; Whitehill is a prisoner in the Okla-
fresh engineers vs. lower maedics;! berg's Coliseum nett Wednesday at homia state penitentiary and pitcheda
court 3,_ soph dents vs. lower archi- ' 5:30 o'clock for the first practice. for the team of that institution. Ile
tects; court 4, upper medics vs. fresh Irving A. 1-urwich. has to serve eleven years more of a
l is.(Continued on Pipge l+ight) fif teen year termn.

? 'C nts,

Kappa Alpha 11, Phi Gaina' Delta 4;
Theta Delta Chi- 7, Phi Delta Epsilon
6; Sigmna Alpha Epsilon 10, Phi Delta;
Chi 1; Pharmics 2, H-omeops 0;, Phi'
Beta Delta 2, Phi Delta Kappa 0; Phi
Delta Theta 19, Tau Epsilon Phi 13;
Delta Kappa Epsilon 14, Zeta Beta
Tau 0; junior engineers 14, senior en-
gineers 8; sopli lits 8, senior Zits 4;
Sigmna Nu 6, Delta Alphra Epsilon 2;1
Cygnus 7, Alpha Rho Chi 1; Delta
Theta Phi. 2, Delta Sigma Delta 0;]
upper dents 12, laws 8;--graduates 9,
upper architects 5; Phli Chii 2, Psi TUl-
silon Q; Delta Tart Delta 6, Alpha Sigma11
ma 4; Phi Rho Sigma 9, Delta Up-
silon 5; junior lits' 11, soph engineeirs
7;, sopht dents 2, lower medics 0.
Due to a mistake made in this col-
umn. yesterday it was announced that,
two sets of games were to be,1)layedI
last. night. The following schedule
will be played tonight as follows: At 6
o'cock, court 1, Phi MVu Alpha vs.
Beta Chi; court 2, Alpha .C I Sigma v-.
Delta Tan Upsilon; court 3 Nu Sig~
ma Nu vs. Delta Chii; court 4, Phi Chi
vs. Phi Delta Kappa; at 6:30 o'clock,
court 11 Beta Delta vs. Delta Alphr
Epsilon; court 2, Tan Epsilon Pi vs.
Cygnus; court 3, . Phi GCarma~l Delta
vs. Alpha Rho Chi; court 4, Phi Xalpa
Alpha vs. Phi Delta 'Theta; at 7 o'clock
court 1, Sigma Nu vs. Psi U[psilok;
court 2, Delta Tau Delta vs. Zeta Beta.

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on

the

All of the teams that aire entered in
the indepelldent, church, and society
leagues can practice from 7 to 7:45
o'clock, Priday night by telephonling
the Intramural diepartment to have a
court reserved for them.
All p jlayers participating in any
basketballr game under the auspicesa
of the Intramural department are re-
quested to remain off the basketball
courts at Waterman gymnasium until
the tino at which tbey are scheduled
to go, on the' floor for their prelim-
inary p~ractice. TIhe Varsity has somen
hard ,gamnes on its schedule 'and the
Intramural department is trying tc
further the cause by seeing that the
Varsity's practice sessionls are not in-'
interfered withr. Players and specta-
tors of the class and fraternity famesi
can w~ratc) the Varsixty practice from
thea gallery over the gymnasium floor,
but miust refrain from interru pting

Sport Dope

(Continlued from Page Sig:)
pr2aisedl at $75,000, coming uip to fight
for the center field berth. McQuillan
and Scott are pitchevs who wer'e not
with the team at the start of 1922,
and .lonlnard is a comer. McGrarw's
onlly problem is pitching: if that were

Fresh Shipment of
c4PS
DONALIDSON'S
24 SOUT''H STATE

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BU Y YOUR,

FOUNTAIN PENS OF,

Ifa person came in your store, you wouldn't thi n k
oflettin then stand around and not bolther
yourself to wait on them. Noh merchant Niould,
Ye there are merchants in this to wu i. ad, we
1) es u me in every town, that let dozens of pros-
Pective buyers stand around lust outside their
doors and don't bother themselves toY call them:
- t.

308 S. State st.

Ta; court , Alpha Sigma vs. heta the practice in any way. TI
THS lUMN COLUMN
CLOSES CLOSES
t 3 P.M. D ER ISN AT 3 P, M.

SKILLED
,TIi1 ONLit PEN IMAICERS

.EPAIRIN
IN TJLHE STATEO CI~ 1 IHA

It Cost~s iNo 3ore for Our Competent Service

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Janay

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ClassifiledRates., Two Oeats per w*ord' a day, paid in advance. Mini-
imum charge for first, day, 26c. Minimum 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 tio ye having phones.I
liner Rates: Twelve cents per line, without contract, paid In advance.
PHONIE 9600

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Tliere are classiflieds replies in thel
Daily office for the following box-i LOST
es D.KF., S., Ki.DPW.V., White coral necklace lost M\onday cv-
K.R. W.., ERF.ening at H=ill Auditorium, North En-
POWL SALE! trance or Main floor corridor. Re ;

E _ s
TIhe primar y and most impor-
tant bushness of the Telephone
Manag er is to serve your tele-
phone needls.
MICHIGAN STAT[E 'r 4NECo.
g "Ideal Teleph077? ert~ie for Mje jtan-

fanner r

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____________________________________ ward. tCall
FOR SALE-Furniture, new last Auib phoneO 1733-WA
gust: Over-stuffed chair, two ma- LS-lh
hlogany tables, twin beds, equipped pLOnT-Alphay
chiffonier, dresser, buffet, and some pinyMona
second hand clothing. Call 1393-, Gldy Hn
morniings,~ 619 E. University. 77-2
~' Rabit'sfoot-
FOR SALE-$350 genuine racoon~ fur ma~oun ted with
coat at a 25 per cent reduction. PoneAnl
trite or phone if interested. L. E. Pin rod
Oppenheim & Co., Jackson,. Mich. Silver Conklin
137' West Main St., Bell plialne ,469,1 noon, initialsT
Jackson. .78-3' 1636-J. -
FOR SALE--A, few Oliver,'Reiing- LOST--My pen
ton, Royal, Smith-Premier typewrit- course.
eris, at $1,5 and up. All in first class
running condition. 0. D. Mrrill, 17 LOST-Gammia
Nickels 'Arcad. -76-4 266,ewr

at &31
Omnricon
evening.
an, 2949.
watch

Tappan Court.
r 7-21
i Pi sorority
Finder call
Re ward.
78-1
charm lost,,,

The students are back and have br o ught: with
them. thousands of dollars orth of buying pow-
ere More money will be spent by/ the s t ude nt
body between now and the first of 1Febr ir than
during any other similar period of time.
TI s is the time for every merchant to b on~ his
toes. This is absohvitely a month of opportunityr
and the -merchant that most fully7 realizes that is
the one that will profit the, most.

I

FOR SALE- 45 cal. Colt Automatic,
holster and 170 rounds of ammuni-
tion. Perfect condition. $30. Phone
2059, Throp. 77;
FOR SALE--Tuxedo, size 36, short,
with dress 'shirt and studs. Worm1
onice. Half price. See Loeffler, 10.20
Grpenwood 'Phone 2862-*. , 78
FOR SALEI-A wonderful 'help in o
home. 42-inch. ironer in fine condi-
tion. 520 Mack Rfpad near Elmn. 7S'
IFOR 'SALF-Microscope, $25 and 8 ft,
tsh skiis. Address II.R.T., Daily]
78
CRYSTAL radio set for sale. 40 mile
range. $4. Phone 2840-J. 77-31

F~oa
FRONT SUITE-
Two, doors no
site Hill au(
Thayer St. 16
ABSOLUIJTELY1
the can pus.
place, front ro
FOR RENT-Ve
double roomc
2863-W. 923
FOR RENT-i: 1
boys, 417 E.I
Ifrom Campus.

1

nrWANTED
WANTED-MVusIcians for twvo Chao-'
tauqua hands for the, summer of
1923. Must be' versatile and cap-_
able. Long season, ideal associa-
tions, good compensation and won.
dlerful experience. 'State all -about~
yourself in first letter. Thy Landits
Attractions, 1513 N. High St., Co-
luinbus, Ohio. 3-
WANTED--Experienced window trim-
mer. No dubs need apply. George
K~yer,. 721 N. 'University. Phone
1593-W. 76-4
WANTED-A boarding house, that
serves salads and. vegetables. Try~
644 E. University,: 75x3I

ROOMS for rent.
room. $3.50 pt
Ave.
WARM ROOM fc
1127 Church S
F~OR RENT-On
for girl. 5111

tgold band. liteward.-- --
pencil lost Thursdall ..
N. Al. Reward. Phone-
troubles, at Rider's of -
21
Eta Gamma lpin. Call E=' "
R 'RENT
-For girls, for rent.
orth of campu*, oppo-
ditorium. 236 South '
657-W. 77-3,~(s
Running water, fire--/
Dons. 804 Monroe St,
21
cry pleasant, front,
on~ first floor. Phone -
Greenwood Ave. 75-2 * , .
large double room fo'~j
Walhington. 1 block
r 77-2 nrat rUP
W arm, quiet, double °A"- e a : 27S .Fft .S i s nO .e a s
774ut rd0'ot
"or'rent. Quiet family.
St. 77-2 =
nue large single room"
Cheever, St. 78-3
ELLANFVOVS
TOMAN who picked up'~
ntlahrprs n =. room of Newberry THREE DAYS ONLY
MVonday afternoon has -
and will return sane THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND
:o Secretary's office to ' rul.772STRA
ST-Do you know that We've arranged our entire sokof
trop capacity Master- -and:
>st opulr pe on he ebroken lines of Suits ad Overcoats in-
are is a reason. Call one great group for special selling.2
~i Shps 21Over 100 garments. Prices have been
3ilbie, teacher of Vio- x' reduced from 33' 1-3 to 50 per cent.
ieory. Collection of If you chose at random with your eyes-
lected in Europe. All # closed, you'd still be bound, to get a
v. Man, 61-M. 4-
~.Mi,61M 46big value. Selections are liberal, but -
,NUSCRIPTS typewrit-piewl rn i ead ocm
enced TYPISTS. Bid-piewlbrnbgdma ssoc e
re, 11 Nickels Arcade, early -for first choice.
76-21 !-
to join independent
op booth. Phone 122-
78
EWRITIW
wanted. Theses, A ZTT"'- / N

Ifthe students and towns peop1-oly
knew what you and your
clerks -know!- -' . <
You know the values you are offering this mnoith. But the~re is only 'one
economical way of letting the students know --thlat is to advertise. You can
tell 10,000 prospective customers through the medium of this paper the things
that y ou telU the individual customer when he comes into your store anid finally
makes a purchase. Don't fail to tell them these things beca'use' if every-stu-
dent realized what you, and your clerks know about the values You are offer-
ing your store couldn't hold the trade. -Notl because you are necessarily
offering greater values than your neighbor but because the buying public don't
r realize the values he is offering eithcr.-
The thing to do is Advertise --- not j u s t occasiornally, but,
E Very Day --- Not ai Little Crampd up Ad but Some-
thing sufficient to your needs..

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'THE YOUNG WI
a ' black paten
Sgloves° in rest
HFall at.2:30 I
been reported
avoid furthera
ANNOUNCEMEN
Rider's 200 di
-pen is the mo
campus? The
at Rider's Pen

W4ANTED-A Rider 'Pen which fails
t~o write at touch. Rider's Pen,
Shop. -211
TICKEt'T for J-H* wanted. -Call
158-J ini evenin~g from 6-S. 77-21
-FOUN~D

.

I HIAVE FOUND IT. The best
to eat. Chicken on Sunday,

place
good

things every dlay in . the week.
Flynn's Boarding House, 607 Htil
St. Room for more. 77-31
FOUND-Corner Williams and;
Thompson Sts. at 7 p. m. Jan. 9, a
pair of shell rimmed gold bow
glasses. Finder can have same by
calling for same at' Daily office aid

E.: Normanton I
lin, Piano, Ti
Eold violins sel
prices. 307 IN
Have your MAN
Sten by experi(
die's Book Stci
Junior wishes
group for J-H(
TYPI

W??e are atYour Servile

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