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TEMICHIGCAN DAILY _________

Int ramtural
(continued from Page Six)
2, Alpha Tau Omega vs. Chi Phi;,
court 3, Phi Mu 'Alpha vs. Delta Tar:
Ljpsiren; court 4, Alpha ChiSgm v.
Delta Chi.
Tuesday night's schedule is as, fol-.
lows: att 6 o'clock, court 1,. Nu Sigma
Nu, vs. Theta Clii; court 2, PI Delta
Kappa vH. Delta Alpha ;psilon; court
~,Phi Beta Delta vs. 1Psi Upsiloi ;I
cour't 4, Sigma Nu vs. Phi Chi; at 6:':0
o'clock, court 1, PI' Gammla Deltav~
Phi Delta Theta; court 2, 11Kappa
Alphia v4. Cygnus; court 3, Tau Ep-.
tilon Phi vs. Alpha Rho Clhi; court lf !
Delta Tau Delta vs. Theta Delta ClI ;
atL 7 o'clock, court 1, Alpha Sigma vsr
be lta Kappa Upsilon; court 2, Pill1 Del-
to Epsilon vs. Zeta Beta; Tan; cour;
3,Dela Si .111.1 Delta vs. Phi Rho Sig-.
111a;court -4, Delta Thet a PhI vs. SIg-
111a Alpha EpsiAlon ; at 9:.3t1 WcO 1i.
,(ourt 1, Delta Uphsilon vs~. Phi i1clta
Clif, court 2, senior lits vs. laws; court
:junior en1gineers s., junior lit$;
court 4, s~jph enginieery vs. upper,
dotnto ; at' 101-o'clock, coa( 1, phar-

Showing Speed"

....:.....

fBfNT RACE BECOMES CLOSE

Beta Pi Delta
Kappa: Nu
Theta Xi
Trigon,
Kappa Feta Psi

(Continued from Page Six)
A rare case has arisen in league sev- J3eta Theta P!
ecn three fraternities being tied for Phi Kappa Sigina
the lead. They are Phi Mu Alpha, Sigma Chii
Delta rTan Upsilon, and' Delta Chi. Sig- Sigma Chii
ma Nu, league eight, is making a Ifermitago
strong bidl in keeping possession of Sigma. Delta Pi
the Intramural fraternity cup, ,is theieLe
have won their two games, but they
will 111id some serious opposition
Wvhen Phi Chii is encountered, ftor I i~a lda Chii Aiego
. the are in the. lead and will engage ! Dlta a Tau Omeg
Sigmla Nu in a third round b~attle. { Dlt Sigma l
I iii lDel Ta'heta and Cygnus, legI Kappa Sigma.
nine, have strong teanms this year and Chi i Phi
inut be considered1 when the final Peens~
count is mnade, while D~elta 'Theta Phi! Len.
and Phi Rito Sigma if league eleven,
jiave as yet to play two gaimes and Pi i Mu Alpha
their, real power has not been dis- Delta Tau Upsilor
played. League 10 runs true to form, Delta 'Clii
all of the teams having won and lostJ Alpha Clii Sigmia
agauze apiece. tNu SigmAa Nit
Following are the standings of allI Theta. Chi
fraternities entered in the fraternity .

aie

1 '1
,3 1
1 1
1 1
o z
2 I.
1 1
3 3
1 1
1 2
E? 1
1 1
3 2
1) 2

.500 Lea p
.500
.500 Phi Delta Theta,
.50cygnus'
.000 'Pt :Kappa Alpha,
Alpha, RhoaChi
Phi Gamma Delta
Pct. Tant Epsilon Phi
1.000

gue

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2 0
2 0
1 I
1 1
0 2
0 2

' League 10
Pct. XW
1,000 Delta Tau Delta1
1.000 Alpha Sigma 1
.500I Phi Delta Epsilon 1
.500 Theta Delta~ Chi - 1
.000 Deltai Kappai Epsilon 1
.000 Zeta Deta Tau 1

League
L~ Pct.j
1 ".500 Delta Theta. Ii
1 )500.11hi1Rho .sigma-
1. .500Delta Upoilon
"°.50)~ Signia Alpha Epsilon
I .500 1Delta Sigmna Delta
1 ,500 Phi Delta Chi

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'jlsv.graduates; court 2,
vs. upper a1rchitcts; court
' modics vs. lowe,(r arci tects;
:S0Ip1 deflugt& S. f'esli lit:.

opli fits
3, lower
(101't -,;

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Nine teams have ente:redi the finter-
frateruity - hockey tournament. The
entry sheet will .he held open until!
- afer, the cl-as hockey ' ia . r1j,_,

All1-A iei ica ii u Irn J. and ecapta in
elect of t hC'I 2ri'ol teamn, is ,3lay-
ing; With his acVciis I lied (1ash1or.

basket ball
the end otI
night, nog
in the leagi

leagues as they, stood at
the play on last 'Thursday,
ganies having been played 1 'li Clit'
; ssi c th nP11CiLeague ti Phi 1Beta Delta,
tv i. Pot Delta Alpha Epsilon'

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FA-VORS

We will be glad
luote you pricesonfvr
for your lo-Hop booth
or H ouse' Party

y.

b'ee~n started. twee1n guiard and forward. Ilie ISa
[flashy, brilliant jrlayr.
The following schedule will lake of-.- --.I-
fect next Moronday amld Ml games prac-heaouedasona
tiaee Vill he Flcd as here isted un- taswl damucda, on,
Jess the weather changeYs and a shale- J Vhe interclass touirnamecnt' is fairly
ui1 imust be mzade: Monday, 5:30 o'clock ! underw~ay. The winner of Gie league
jiunior lite, Amner, 558, 6 o'clock, o801iAil)ea rdda rpy u.Iti1
engineers, Jones, 1484; T uesdlay, ;'0 tecss ar37 that al11 of the 11house: Sena
o'eloek, fresh engineers,- Vose, 31156 -3 ;in their entries :1001.1 0.1i ossibie
6 o'clock, senior lltI,A oeb, '1I04; Wed- :s st paEu ~a nll"o 1c
nesday, 5:30 o'clock, soph fits, blur-' essary ]larl.!
zvichf, 29rS0-M;T 6 o'clock, laws, Storz ,.
15.39; ''huu'~ day, 5.:304 o'clock, all '.1The coliseum savdil Ile 1fo' any-
dents, rodkey, ;'2. one to practice on after 1 o'clock any
-~everaing; ne ±.'wk, rand any te:m1(de-.
Wtch .the .signs _that have 110e12nI irinig to obin Per ldsioli to pr~ac-
lpo:ted aroun~d the -campus telling tice can dlo soy' by cealling u111 lftiod
Nvyhether or' not the ice at Whineberg's int.r r~f.'a hockey manrager, at 1'8:3.
coliseniji. can bhe used for skatin ;.
- - -. 'fntries ,are now being _received for
All frater'nities desiring .to enter ai the fra.:ternit~y hocey league which
hockey team n . the fraternity hlockey will sitart: as ..con a the close
leasgue should call Method, Intramur-! tootrnament is fair'ly under. way. Coal
-al hockey manager, at 783, pnd leiave tender's sticks and i)a(h-; wxill he °farn-
the name of their house and the mane- ished by the Intranini'~f department,
tger of the hpckey teamn. Practice I paut allother necerssari es must bN< furn-
schiedules for the fraternity hockey ishled by. the p)kiyemrs (t eamns.

Acacia
Phi Sigma Delta
Phi Tau
Alpha Kappa Kappa
Chi Psi
Psi Omega

2 0.
1 $1
1 1
0 2

i

.500
.50,03
.000
.000

Ph1il Delta RappaV
P si Upsi o..

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ANNOUNCE-
MENTP

B

AY

Alpha D~elta Phi
PI'MSigmia Kappa
Sigma Phii Epsilon
Sigma Delta Phi
Alpha Clhi Rho
Delta Sigmia, Phii

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Taui Delta: Phi
Xi Psi Phi
11hi Epfiilon='Pi
lPlii Kappa ;'si:
P'hi Beta Pi

\\V L
2 0
1 1
1 1
1 1.
1 1
0 2

Pct.
1.000,
.500
.500
.000l
.000
1.o00 1
.:500
.500
.00
.0001
pet.
1.000#

In accordance pith. her usual
c.ustom Mrs.* Stoddard has en-
~agedl thes services of an expert
narcel 1er and ha irresser to ac-
mnommolate .J -Hop attenders.
FYii; are advised to make av-
poitinen3ts now.

Arcade Jeweler

Phone r642

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Fifthi Ave. and William St.
REV. L~. F. GJNDEBWAN, Pastor

409 S. i1vision trtf
Sunduay Morning
Service, 10: 0

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Sunday Sclhool, 11:45.

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I MJUICHIGAN DAILY
Classified Rates. Two Cents per wdrd a day, paid in advajnce. Min- I a htg o is d y 5 . M n m mA a ,e,2c h e
I cents ,per word, per day if charged. White space charged for at rate I
-ot be pr agate -line.. Classified, charged only. to tho.F;e having phones.
Liner Rates! Twelve cents per line, without; coutract, paid Wn advance.
PHON~E.960

9:30 A. M.---Blible School.

"Oh y-ou whose hearts arc: bold and free;
Oh you whose eyes with. tire ares lit
A whisper thrills- The lay shall he.
Wliate'er you will to make of it!'

Wednesday
meeting. 7:310.

EV ning,

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10:30 A. M.--"The Smoke of a Thous-I
sid Vil l-ages."3

Readin~g Room, 236 Nickels Are

"Tri, youl-s to ltbt the breaking light
Against earth's smoke still Strive, in vain.
Ori bid, in idisputed, right.,
T"he sun of love and peaice toreg.
--Gilbert Thomas.

Open dally 12 to ,6 except Sund~ays a
ffoli d ays.

ALIL ARE WEB COME.

EVERYONE IS WELCOME

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1NOT1CE
'.REPLIES to the followilng~ boxes are
in The' Daily 'office: DOS,05,W.
T.,, P., W.T.V, K.D.,,- S., TIBSON, X.
LIBERAL REWVARD---Offered for in-,
foriiation leading, to the recovery of
of an overcoat taken from the men's
cloak-: room' in the Medical Bldg.f
.Tan. 12 between 1 and 5. Call 1565-
J1 between 7 and 9 p. in. 81-2,
FOR RENT
FOR RAi4N -Pleasant newly-furnishi-
ed <rooms for boys, second semester)
with dormitory, steam heat, two
shower baths, three lavatories,
single Simmons' beds, single dlesks.
Two blocks from, campus, at reason-
able prices. -523 Pack~ard or phone
H. B. McKlggan, 2866-M\. 80-2
ONE-HALF. BLOCK from campus.
Large suite for 2 or 3 mhen, suitq1
for two, and a double room. Rea-
sonable prices. Call at 643 Tappan
Saturday, Sunday or any evening.
FOR ROIT-Double roim for next se q
inester; 2 blocks north of cam-
p lus. Present occupants going in
fraternity. 109 N. Thayer. Phone
1223-M. 80-2
ABSOLUTELY the best rooms near
thle .campus, Running water, fire-
place, front rooms. 804 Monroe St.
21
FOR SALE

LOST---Ch nlist:-y jnoite look oan State
St., 9:.30 Frida y fi ;ht, botween N.
iv. and East Li) vl.y. Return to
Bfelirman, 821 l.. 1I rvn. Phone
15214. 5i-2
LOST-Aipna Oniricon Pi sorority
pin, Monday evening. Finder call ;
Gladya Hiunan, 2949. "Reward.
78S-fi
LOST-Log 14g slide rule with name
of Gibson. Finder plegse return to
Deily. Reward. 7-
LOST-Bracelet in 11li11 Auditorium
JTan. 11. Liberal rewardl. Return
to Daily office. SO8- }
LOST-Dark-rimmned glasses in long
case. Finder please call 21£11-J. 81#
LOST-My pen troubles, at Rider's of
course. -21
FOUAND
FOUND-A fountain lien. Owner may-
have samne by proper identification.
Chadwick. 1656-4.
SFOUND-At Ridter's Pen.Shop. A real
I'fountain pen for exams. 21
WANTED
WtANTED--Suite of two rooms for 2
students. North saide campus pre-
ferred. Call 1525-M on Sunday be-
Stween 1 andI 2. 1
W ANTED-Apartment or light house-
keeping rooms for second semester.
Address box X.Y., Michigan Daily.
80-_

State and Huron Streets
SIDNEY S. ROBINS. Mliilster

Ftftlt Ave. and Washington St.
F. C. STLLUORN, Pastor

Jan. 14, 1923.

10i:40 A. M.
Robert B. Day. of St. Louis, speaks
on "Babbitt-isml."
5:45 P. M.
Supper and nireside Discussion, led
by Mr. D~ay, until hour of University
Servic(e.
"A, generation that- travels at 64
miles per hour must be 5 times as civ-
ilized as one that travels at 12.
-Dean In ce.

9:30 A. I'.--Pastor's Bible Class..
10:30 A. IM.-Serm on, "R~equiremnents
for a Profitable Use of the Lord's
Supper."
5:30 P. M.-Student Forum. Topic:
f"Why a Divided Christianity?"'

(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
9 th Ace.,' near Packard
G. A. NEUMIANN, Pastor
Thnday School at 9:00 a-m.
church Service 10:00 a. mn. English.
",hurchi Service 11:00 a. m. German.
Students, Cordially Welcomed-

RI. EDWARD, SAYLE', Minister.'
HOWARD~ R. CHAPMtAN,
Minister of Ulniversity Students

10 :30- "Original Living"

AND

IJA'I1 HALL

12:44--Sftudent's'I
G:00--Sftudents'
Church.

ClogsAt (Guild House.
Mfr. Chapnman.
Fiendship .Hour at

See "Uipper Room" Bull
and Printed Schedule

I I - 1 -0 M !-, '' , iO 0 0!1 1 j " .

7:30 P. M.-Sermon. "Conflicting
Opinions Concerning Jss"Jh
7:40-53. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
All services in the English language CUC

C:30---Discussiou Meeting. (Brief)
Congregation joins in 11111 Auditorium
pServ ice.-

.. ._

(Missouri Synod)

Corner Third and 'West lHuron StR.

REV. A. AV. STALK ERI, D.D., Minister
MISS ELLEN IW. MOORE, Student Director

C ARL A. BRAUER, Pastor

10:30 A. Al. Morning Worship. Pastor's subject: "THlE GLORY OF TITF
UNFINISHED."
12:00 Noon Five Bible Classes (for students) in Wesley hall.

SPIRVICTh

9:30-German

FIRST PRESBYTERIA'N CHURCH
DIVISION AND HURON .
R1EV L. A.. BARRETT, Di N . MlNster -- --
lEW iIS C: RI11ANN,,Se~y 2Men Studenuts
MISS HELCEN SlHAW DI OES)ITT, Sec'y Women $tudem
10:30
CO1\WUNION SERVICE -
12':00
NOON, CLASS ~
Prof. W. D. Hlenderson will begin a series on
"THlE HUMAN NATURE AND THE BIHLFT'
SOCIAL HOUR. ALL YOUNG PEOIPLE AVELCOfTXTD
6:30. C. E. Tiopic: "Campus- Problems."
Thursday "The Pill-Bottle," a mnissionary play based on the life of Dr.
Scudder, of India, will be given by members of the Young People's Sou
under direction of M' rs. Earl 1--Cres's at the church at 8: 00. FIor ther
efit of the Seven Oriental Colleges for Women. --

4:30-6:30, F. M. Open Hou! e at Wesley Hall.

FOR SALE--Pathe Phonograph in
fine condition, taken on a debt.!
13 gain. University Avenue Branch
of Ann Arbor Savings Bank. 79-3
FOR SALE--Two season tickets .fore
Choral Union Series, including May
Fe stival coupon at cost. Mrs. A. H,
Griffin, Plymouth, Mich., Route 4.

WANTED-A Rider: Pen which, fails'
to w ~rite at. touch. Rider's Pen
Stop. 21
TYPEWRITING of any kind. Promtt
and efficient' wiork. Phone 1541-J.
81-21
TYPE WIUTERS

6:30 P. M. W~esleyan Guild -Devotional Meeting. Mr. Theodore Schneirla,
leader.
Special Music: "Scherzoso" (Rhuinberger), Mrs. Rhead; "Der nier Souvenir'
(1-f. Ravina), Mr. Chancy andi Mrs. Rhead; "Benedictus" (Gounod)
the chorus choir; "0 Jesus, I Have Promised" (D~er ald), Mr. and,
Mr's. Wheeler; "G-rand Chorous" (Lemaigre), Mrs. Rhead.

'0:30-Bible School.
1: 30-English. Subject: "There is
a division among the people because.
of Christ."

IS. UNIVERSITY

CORONA typewriter for sale. $35
FOR SALE-New E-flat alto saxo- cah.Gal.Pery__ 31_--
phone. Gold lined horn. Call .28«3.1 W$CELANE 0US
79-3j ANNOUJNCEMEN-Do you know that
- TUTORING Rider's 200. drop capacity Master-
- . .IpnI the most popular pen on the

"THE STONE 'CHURCH{ WITH A WARM WELCOME"
HERBERTJ ATCHINSON JLJX Minister
E. KNOXWNMITCHIELL, JR.., Student Pastor
MARY KIMBALL MILLAR, Women's Secretary

F. P. ARTHUR, Pastor-
'hible School at 9:30) A. M.
(Prof. Barnhill, SupVt.) '
10:30 A. M.-Suhject : "Christian Stewl

COR. CATHERINE AND DIVISION STREETS
H~ENRY LEFTS, Rector
CHARLES T. WEBBJ, Student Pastor
MISS RtACHEL HAVILAND, Secretary

ardlsbip."
Rible Classes for stuidents at noon.

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