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~e l l ns V a sty Tr c Phi; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Alpha Rho 11924 in Paris. lie will appear in a ;Al soph fits interested in class " follows: Tues. 530-4, junior ,fits, Art,
re , "at js y r cClli. !meet in New York, Feb. to hockey are urged to report for 'soph nor, ,558, and fresh engineers, Vose
°Jan. 18, De t.ap.pi on h _ _ _ _ __ _ _ o k y p ac i e a : 5 o c o 356-J; G -6:30, ,soph engineers,
Det hi tonight at the olseum. Jones, 144, and senior -is, oe,
_____________a___a:igmaZeta Psi.I tr mu alHo ke
Jan. 19, Phi Delta Theta; Sigma Nu;I - - f Because o h uiu hrce announced later.
varsity track relay races will shot yesterday afternoon throwing the Be,, Thea Pi; Delta Sigma Delta The fllowing hockey games are of the weather it was found advisable;w'
next Saturday afternoon, in, weight 39 feet, 6 inches. ,Jvmn.2V~ Phi Camma Delta; Phi Del '- etle for to ghit: Ten o'clock, Ito str the it~c ~hceei~ Michigan Song B Veoy
g ynsu. Ti il CahFr~1rnhsdsac ent pa; Nuii;KapaNu LmId C i lmj~ior its, Amner.. 58vs. fresh engi- asr a.on asi. Books, Banner and ePiiants at
throgh eveal hrd unsto gt pe; u Sima u. tinas oonas pssile.Wa hr s University Bookstore-Adv.
e first serious competition them in shape for the races SatuLrday fan. "3, Trig on; Theta Ci; Jan. eers, Vase, 3056-J; for Thursday; The first round will start Tuesday,
squad has 'hadl so far this !afternoon.. 24, Sino ia ; igma Phi; Sigma Xi; j night, 10 o'clock, soph engineers, I at1top. in., at the Coliseum, when the _______________________
.nd Coa ch Farrell will be able - - an2,Sia Alpha Epsilon; Delta J ones, 1484, vs. senior its, Loeb, 104.: fresh fits (Quirk, IS) play the jnio(
swith more accuracy after 'lids 1 :~, N psPi Pi; Jan. 26, Kap- Practices will be as follows: 'Wed-longin ers (Pigot, 27201wlV). Furtheii)
9 how the respective merits iPOI E~fFIpa Sigmai; Phi ("li; Psi psilon; 11hi nsday night, 5:15-6: 20--i edics, Ker-!elinnations ae hoped to be run offl DETROIT
nners compare. II PNT 9 t~ ilo ; .lei. 29, Alpha sigma Pi; !lie, 609; senior engines, Burktte, iS th12 near future. JiTTf
haPhog rciewik l l i~i apipa iSigmia ; lPi lpsilon i 13-4V :-630sphli ts, luH ruh Practice for fte teams which have 1N U
enau troug aint wr-they H 1Ul . 8u, Del(a Tau Delta; Sigma Phi 29 80 Pd, laws, Storz, 2999.inet, ; yet, a schedule date will be asj
nie shape for the, most part 'U Il flsilon ; iermitage; Jan. 31, Delta-----
tostandthe tests of outsid(- -('hi; liii beta Pi; Feb. 1, Phi Sigmna
ion. 'There will- e or1lr'}R1
itwi atover a orio f FASt'1 )WIN "F iL ~ l' ( i r' i ,c lw i

A.P.)-A resolution as]
to accept Henry *'ord'G
purchase of Muscle uSh
ed by the Lower lions(
hema legislaturelate to
Got someth~ing for sa:
the Natly will find ftt.--~

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from 0 to 4:30 in the afternoon. Thir-#l
ty-two ill all will compete in these
races and have been traieospecialw I More 1 ihanTi40 1he:-1sare enere il
ly for this event. ;T( '
-Pour 11ile First the \Vester o eeac nw iv
.The prog-rami will start with a four Tournament undier theaupcsoth
;mile relay with four Wien onl a team. Ohio State bntitarail (± isi~{
Each man Twill run one mile. Bowen7 which will begin .Jaii. 7, and w ola ci
weill. captain one team while Isbell tinue wntil Feb. 2 at all o," h 'n
will captain the other. They Will ference school,- thatla iurina
some tlie before Satwrday choose departmnents.I,
four men each fromt the following: Ohio ,tate lead:; the field with ti I
Arndt, Cochr an, D)aVls, Griffin, Krzy- m iost entries, hiafing 1=1, xwhile lic h-!
minski, Nichiolsoni, Rea, rick, Shenelield,f gan is not far hehhid, for 11 tI earnS
and VandeVisle. This race will start( will roll on the Union alik ys dur ri;g
p~romnptly at 3 o'clock. the course of the t(;urni m met. MLfi-E
At 3:301 a 12 lap relay will taker nesota has entored l. tm, u!M
place between two team:: of fouri'mmn{rear is bi'oughl tiffiby Ii io s w itel
each. M4'artin and Thiomias will be theI has 18 fraternities Oout. aftr te<.;-
captains of these teams 'and wiJ, Ietecl cuip.
choose four mena each from. the fol- More teams would have en tared.
lowing: ,Barger, LEdwavrdsJoyner, but t itother Conference sbis c'. i-
Siemans, Spodding, ILoomis, 1-mise,j thier io notlehave bowling i a a per or
Prophet, and Roe'sser. else have not includedl it inu.l heir
A six: lap relay will 'take place ttI Intramural program,,._
3:45. One and a half laps for etch i Slt1IIi; C ceM,,". ia~aza ;.r
mian on a four man teamn. Burl~e and OuCht of all the ratn tsthi. aves
Purdy will captain the two teamsnil; anentercd, only tl.ehr!e v ch trspal-
will obtain their men fromi the fol- itlcipatig ili ietO asili . ll cefr
lowing:. Aldrich, Anbrey, Gotdwatel-, ;the. foers sciioi.,these, ing.elt.,
1Higgins, Samuel, Simpson, flubbard,j Tan Delta, Phi Camima Deltai, < cm}it.h
Wittman,. andILKnox. :Delta 'Theta.
Half Milers ILast Bowling is fast 'be o ?in a popular
In the last race iltu afofa two mile. mie,- ach I sport amnong the ftraternhiy 1mcen at thiif
manwil rn ahaf amie. lltteI Confereynce sclooi', <and it is the hopze'
dory' and Reinke will act as captain, of -the .Ohio State Intramural ofliei, ,
and will choose their four men fromn that it will be recogaied it the other
the following, half milers; Carson, six schools that h lave niot enteoredl
Cushing,' Dennison,' Winl. Gibson, Wi- teamas in tlis year's rounad.
slick, R. Gibson, Krugen, Marsh, Iola- Relative streng th o: the bowlinI;
anus, and 1Polek~ teams at the Confer'ence schools is un- I
Coach Farrell, ran his hurdlers and I known aas none of them hav~elheld
sprinters through several heats yes- their int-, rfraternity bowling _tou rna-
terday and titey seemed to be in good; ments as yet.
shape. However, there were n orae- L~~t;g chePic iiea
niarkabile times by any of these nien Ohio State Intraan-ural <authorities.I
that competed in ]these events. I who aie fostering. the projefxct, h ave,
With the exception of 'thie shot made up the following sdQinhe. o
there es little action shoWn in the1 the sets to ibe roilldt. i iaigian.
field events. H-indes looked well in the Jlan. 17, Alpha C hxi tho; Aiplia ,Delta

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Nei attending the
We have on hxand 10 Light Weight Overcoats,
Black and Gray in Color, Straight Chesterfield
- - Model, with a Fly Yront.
jest the coat for formal wear. Ideal as Top Coat.

Discount on Our
% Entire Stock of

Quality Footwear
'for
Men and Women

$-3,".00 VALUES

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:made by Fasion - Park And other well -
known makes--will be sold- ini this. sale fr

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t 1912 Ablel .iiat w.: aIs the ditace
runin sar of, the Olympic games. of
th. year. Three years hAter he re-
tired, from the game, following his
i~Scfsn by the A. A. U. I-e re-
fcentlyv a;pplied for reinstatement axed
<(.)tamed it. Now lie has started rigid
t traLining wGith the end in view of, par-
ticipating; in the Ol'ympic games of

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MIHIGAN, DAL'X
CIassifled Rates. -Two Cents per word a day, paid in advance. Min-
imnum .charge for first dlay, 25c. Minimum thereafter, 20c., Three
cents per word per Clay if charged. White spatce charged for at rate
of 5d per agate .line.' Classified, charged only to thos3e having phones.
inuer Rates: Twelve cents per line, without contract, paid in advance.
f PHON~E 960

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'We (Cuara ntee to Teach You
to D)anc All of the
MODERN DANCESI
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OTICEj
REPLIEIS to ,the following boxes are
in The Daily office: L.C.S., C.S., W.
L., PR, W.T.V, K.D., S., TIBSON, X.
ROOMS FORt RENT-For next semnes-
ter. Single room's, can be doubled
or suite. Shower bath, private
house.'. all 1247-M after 6,p. mn.
FOP. RENT-Comfortable double
room ane block towards Campus,
from' Ferry Field. 507 Benjamin
Street. 82-2
FOR RENT-Two rooms in beautiful
double room. Also' Student Girl
Nvishes room-mate. Phone 1809-R.
83
FO RRENT-'Two rooms in beautiful
new home. Phone 2102-M. 83-3
AUTO 31BILE S
JIUPMOILE-Late 1921 touring.
Mechanically perfect. $200 acres- I
sories. 1923 License. Cheap for
quick sale.~ Phone 1148-J. 82-2
FORT) CAR--For'sale. Winter top.
Call 2574-:4. 83-2
LOST!
FUR ROBE--Lost from sleigh on,
Cambridge Road, 11 p. in., Friday.I
Large reward for information or i
return. R. Skall, 1831 Waslitenaw.
Call 2980-M. 82
LOST-At the Union Saturday, night,
one galosh, size 6 1-2 M. Was taken J
by mistake. I have one size _5 P.
Phone 476-J. 82.2'
LOST-Scha effer silver pencil in Na-7
tural Science Auditorium or be-I
tw(,enlthvere and Library. Return to'
Daily M.-C.L. -831
LOST-.My pen troubles, at Rider's of'
oorse. 21

WANTEDI
WANTED SOLICITlORS POP ii0u '?'
TO HIOUSE. CANVAS FOR HIGH!
CLASS EASY SELLINGx ARTICLE,
CAN EASILY MAKE FIVE T
EIGHT DOLLARIS A DAY. Si'LEN-
DID) WORK FOR STt. 'DENTS
WISHING TO MAK ± EXTRA TION-
EY. FOR FURTHER INFORMA-i
TION WRITE F. C. WVALTERS, 815
GROVE~ PLACE, TOLEDO, 01110.j
82--37
WANTED-Family and bundle wash-'
ings. Draper Home Laundry. ,32
S. Ashley. Phone .3106-F-2. 82-r,
WANTED--Student and fainily wash-
ings. Phone 2873-M. 82-13

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No Written Work
At Babson Institute they' make a
business of teaching business to
college trained men who. wish to
till positions of responsibility and
j and trust without spending y-cars at
routine work.
I Standard office eouipment through-
out. No classes or lectures, but a
business schedule of work from 8:30
to 5:00 o'clock. including daily con-
ferences directed by men with years
of business experience, and discus-
sions with -active factory and office
executives at their plants. This re-
moves the instructic i from the hypo-
thel ical stage and helps the student
to lot )k at thirgs in the same light: as
a Tman actually enganged in business.
Babson Institute, an educational in-
stitution endowed for the purpose of
I fitting men for executive responsi-
blities, invites you to send for the
booklet, "T'raining for Business
S Leadership." Write today.
IBabson iInstitu.te
Wellesley Hills, (5Ejtor±) Mas.

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' This includes o ur whole stock 4f
Men's- and oys' O v e r clfi at
many with. two pairs of trousers; mothin'g
reserved - original tickets legit on gar-
ments - reductions made at time of pur-
chase.

WANTED-A Rider Pen which fadls
Sto write at toucli. Rider's Pen
Shop. 21
TYP]E WIRLTING
Have your MANUSCRIPTS typewrit-
ten by experienced TYPISTS. Bid-
die's Book Store, 11 Nickels Arcade.
76-21.
TYPE~WRITING of any kind. Prompt
'and efficient work. Phone 1541-J.
81-21

Men's Best Overcoats $1875
$37. 50 and as low as ~U I

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$37.50 and as lo
Many with Extra "Trousers

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Boys' Best Overcoats
$15.00. and as low s
Boys' Best "' its
$15.0an as low as
Nearly All Include Extta rousers.

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FOUND-At Rider's Pen Shop. A real
fountain 'pen for exams. 21n
FOR SAILE-
FOR SALE'-Large chair, black Wal-~
nut desk, Ilungarian hemlock 'diii-
ing room.i cabinet. Must be scih'
soon. Apartment A-2, 619, E. Univ.
1393-R. - 82-2
FOR SALE-Tuxedo, size"n37. Shirt
15. Studs. x;40. Box K. P., Daily.
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lards here onice; they are
all repeaters. The more
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COOPER'S UNDERWEAR, EAGLE AND EMERY SHIRTS, RIG$TON
PAJAMAS- NIGHT SHIRTS, HATS AND, CAPS, 'SWEATERS, BATH
ROBES, GLOVES AND MITTENS AND ODD TROUSERS ARE 'NOW
reduced 20%
Do not hesitate a moment, but come early and get in on FirstChoice.

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Plain or fancy work, also r'eoeiio l.z
.Phone 140)-iR.a

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PIPES LUN iCtJIS SODAS
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ANNOUNCEME NT-Do you know that
Rider's 200 drop capacity Master-
pen is the most popular pen on the{
campus? There is a reason. Call

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