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Several close battles featured t1he0 10soc(ity vs.i. e-gae cut2
Detroit Junio~r( O g i.e.Ii-oU
openzing round of t1he finals in the in-jMa.
ter-fratern ity basketball tournament
held Tuesday night in Waterman gym-- Al Lu inuse'i;-yr r

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th 8e Varsity rolled up thec

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nasium.,'he results: Sigma Nul, ,2
Theta Delta ChIJI 0;° Beta '! la c)Pi, 19.
Phi Sigmva Kappa, 9; Laim'oda Chi Al,
pha , 11, Tau Dleta Phi, G6; Acacia, 20,
Sigmna Aph~a psilon, 43, Phi Mtu Al-.
pha, 15. Theta Vii, 14; Phi D~elta Erp-
silon, 2,); Alpha Rho Chii, 14.
The schedfule for tonight i, 'al rml-
low)«vi: .6Goelock, court j, Sigma Nit
vg. 1; ±at 'theta Mi; 6 o'teh)ck. colnrt 2
Acacia v..Phi1 Mu Alpha.
Itesul tsof the iii (erci,l g O-
pla- yed Tiiesday night aro: junib r el-
gl~rin I -3r , 2.froshlu34 it, ; eniori
onpineeors, 21, sophomore ('ug-nprs_,I
ri~e selill-fial round will b- lheld
tonight at 63 o'clock, cocurt 3, ;union en-
g-ln(Ceps vs. sop~homuore lis; ti o'clock,I
court 4, senior engineers vs. fresh2
22-Lan engineers. Tlere will be <a con-
s;olation terie s plagyed 1i f ihe inter-
clas;s league.
T1he initial round of the Church and
PiiCiety leagues will be. played to-
)fght. Church' 7 Wpclok, tonight,
pou rt 1, Lutherans V's. Methodists;
Oourt 2, 1Episcopals vs. Presbyterians,

request ed Lo re Pc r?'x;t: Ju,, Vl in'i"]i
at 6:15.)o'elocf o'y e't~''''
y vith oileh'
lbr t"ie oe i(_ i_i:; , r :. 2'i '1 X iu
Iturn o;' O - unie-,i- - t --' 1
Patronize 1uil ~ xcr sr.- d'
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Ii IM'.l OCre it h1as ever made aga inst
vt'Im11 Leah in the piast 22 years
Iowa 107-0.
'Do yon know that the only time
< ' r:: (camep plcei ed an all-time all-
A-Ilct ('a ('a 10 1 i c :Were Conly three
XV~ ~ ~~~re a'U~n: yrsb't(0 nd two of
it ;u:-e'~.ih ~almen, R eston anej
>-'.f1 o ? '11)' l rW XX (,!.ernll player
- . (S- as o n n;: Inl a Varsit3
tefoni t-aln whioch part1! (ilsatod in out
'ie c eupeIi11t it iou 22('onkwornco gme.
'IhSA , i-oll"*i~t yeW - Of these the Wol
N -:'11('., l7avo "Vogel c12 4ull; sand los
4 ,I71\ li1(17 wh i 10 ( C'tig).
tl - ,' i ain, o ol Ohi
+i ue 1+X1111, r,fly, ;t loted '.t difcatorj
:1: Jc-,l( ,r ; 1 r': 1','.ioek 1.olighI alt I ih.
I'vc,, '11- I up s() II~~it 1ljoccIt he "Itiluenc(
+ }f t-z of ( 1 All .-i sell inter-
I t1qft is ('il t ct:fliol; eve 10'ilvited t) lwaT
t h- e i s r n"t r ~ e t h in Z? L e t a " 1 . ily " i ,a s -
M'ld ad find it 1 rouot.-A dv.

RIDRSPWSO

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:N COLLEGE INN

The only Penmalter.; in the~ State' of M~ichigan . ?anufacer-,rs of the
Famous RIDER MASTEWPEN4.
It cost.s no more for our se-'ice. R epair parts and RE-PAIRINC- of all
makes of pecns.

"RIDER'S FOR PENS's

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I'ntili U (11871ld N b-o )'U 71 ii 7IA'117 ) i l('is0'xl a i K i'; of 0)-' afis;t
.'. i" l' 1n- £ - 1 jh11{ d''t ' ('{1')! (itf , 7 -0j...Cy for xf l ,ll vor T ( ' .::b
12111 ;t.: e - "n- ; , -u t;'!'tf-.I' 11h ) . I's ir; lslsUiS" i p 11-hi t rie k'. i i -
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C an't'. fit"s. Two C.nts per wc -d aday ~~ naxts.M-
4 f L%, n. charge for first day, - '6. M inimudm day cf' r G', ,2%u r7°. z
at C er 'g &ate 11US .CIUSrified, charged only tinov- ui: ifL5
F0R1} I~
i u.l(iOifatQo o Voofli Wil be \'acid,<- 1 1. + -f:
(dInt wo o /th.y lers e oNewew :-f1 y- .. n-- '2 - -. --
edl. Reasonable. 1122 White St.! -989-M.
? I2OR RINT-Four room llooleI i 1UiP - -' -
<1axrmet-furnished. Just right. for ,tlll:. 'nb-is a-'ivt'-- _15z
a." m11arried couple. J. K. Malcoln'.I(ridl h-'2 t2. , e I0

for i t,7 11 - vvh- I 1

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1 LUNCH
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"A StitchXi1 ime
Saves Nine'
PHONE 525
--FOR-
Expertf Plumbing
211 So th. Fourth

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602 E. Liberty. Phonje 1723-XI.
SINGIAE. OR DOUILE ROOM A NI)
SUITE. ONE-I-IA F 1BLOC 'K VtO i\ I
CAMPURS. VERY ItEASONtABLI,.
643 TAPP'AN. (iALT.~ 1582-24?. 95-3
FOR RENT- -Large double room for
students or business men. Stea-ni
heat. Plenty of hoot water. Phone;
1134-M, 422. East Washington. 94-3
FOR RENT- Stearn heated suite or
room two 'blocks front camrpu..
4 Cheap. 502 East Liberty. Call 870-
A iM. 94-21
ROOMS FOR EIGHT BOYS-2 suites,
'1 double room, 200 N. State St.
,1248-J. 94-41
400OM FOR RENT-Cheap-near cam-
,,Ps-present occilpant must leave ---
Qall 2987-7. 94-43
:i~lQ RENT--One suite of two rooms,
near campus. Phone 2105-R. 94-3
FOR °R1NT-Small room, well fur-
nished. Steam heat 426 Maynard

I_0 ST-- A vXi t' 71: Xxr't oXiii:-> ail-
G1 a i'd offs (i'('J. t i i ' n 11 x. 96
ing cu-a 'encx' sod i<<<= i iI 0
carI's. Itew;aioi. 524 !l'orL-,t. vxe.
)OT---Or sti'raved fron'i [a ' ra
INote'book 01c'O;tl8PLa Id1 'o nr1C
Notes. Cal sul l at 2 i ). I-
ar.LOST--W~atch 851(1 chin~, Xvitii comb
attached. Pi K. A. (-hi' T, along-
(iiagonh1 I waI .('oilW'Ih, 209)4,.
at 6(>. 1'f. ill..95 -2
LOSTI- -- A Large :-;.e Eioler ion ni a in
Ja.NateSt1130 l( A I 1Wlud n-
;g1-av ed. ('all 91-Jait, 719 oaland.

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SIX CONCERTS

Ol_. OISTS

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ago. Vtzlue(1 'IS keepuix .

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: St. 95 LOST-Fountain 1 0-ni lui ±w-ight ia I-;
A. ID. M. on P-old cap. J'hon c 12 87
FOR RENT--Double room for two, 6-
boys. 417 East Washington. Phione_____ _______ ___
109R 92LOST--Keoy betw veen NcEwheiry le.

FOR RENT-Nicely furnished large
-front suite. Refined students w'.
business people. 115. N. Thayer. 96 a
FOR RENT-Single furnished room7,
near= campus, warm, reasonable.
810J E. Huron. 9G
FOR1 !ENT--Double rooml, first f10oor,
outside door, bath adjoining. 315 IT.
''Division. Phone 2966-J. 91;
TYPEWRITERS
T-YPWRJERS- Reingon,$1;5:
-~ Ihe arlir mdel$40I. i enting t
0.1). II ~i1),17 Nichel; Are,0e
Il() tliA h,', itcm'i-c 11,,mE kble ' Itype,7
M-onmotIl)(Ifl 'i'yvvx~iter.1 lalf plO(0.I
'4 50'-J.9--1

and Uniiversity 1,11l. iReward. Cal'f
2707-J. 195-2
LOST--lack catv, two whiite snot-s.
Lost since Jury23. 1lieii(5 597-
'XV.95-3
ORSA1LE---Wahi ut' : t : ix', ,I-
it) la siz'o 0 ill xe ei (0101iU
Phone 2635-4 or ca _ll i~ i~d(
Avo ;I..-2

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(l11 7 170' I O';. >11=. { ( ' 5- 11
told01doo W. V f\', ! 7 :1 141-Al
100 t 'S1,1 ~fu on '; kj)I t N-0
clas ('(1771it 0(1. '1( 717' 2,72 z

I f you have taukenl advantage of yotur college training-if you have mnade the most- of the
op portunity prCsen-!-ed through your various associations in school, you have becomne
inzpired wt/iceta;h ixdideals and del/n idte anbilaions. Yor aim is .high. You are
anrxiou~sfr progress a. growth. You wish to become a credit to yourself and your family.
iota varto i j:OO l eacL-r alid es- cen~l-at(-d into anSfc SACsireonlre ea
"Iblish .n. ,tilc .N57Ut: illnt110 traijnmg cUO. Bl >bs ln institut,'e, ani
1iAd t,'l thoviiselct'! -:1 for ,our lifeJ '~t' ( id)ElcE'lt~r:Iron' i nsiihition, C?:; -
Nvork. Have yoU IldoI LUi-sifrles ?If ducted for the purpose of tra iilg
so, aild11i' You s"'A leadership in the 'tYOun,, l'.'ti who Gare to o00-aply .l -
c'01fn(fierli'Id ----lhvro ar-e facs tionsX of responsibility and trust.
worthy of youlr Cd ' f E f" 007nsldOttilL ." The Laboratory Method
1The p) in 17h s f i Ller-ship i° hn Te ;binei, s Prps
3ifeoS0ti(.~r r- ot 111d11X' 10 nlIuIm", r . They otre i 'iti s 1 h}gnrtoso o th5 1 . . b -on a 1adt
iAhmJt apXIh:othul t J} Inett it 4 I ursC to train iic7for huL°
?fl)'flinl One 1hurl"YI'd - . ' t' r:r n t h'm) . n d', l work waid alltis i S COTI- J' {EX
1 I'o two chx'r ' -arowns for tis fadl- oti ed 11 11 rrle' IaflaI- o workis 1 Fii d ; ( R1
tire ai': (1) " a.c otfan I: l '1 112d1 CG duc ted inj'.: y reguslary {:;es 11obhiy ed ipNfSS '
businelss .n ~ri pcram !(z he(ihrl- ltii' lio-S . o ntacth r
from I tie iC l , l ',d-av Ot n xC"Iowope ene> hur.Ls:: t OTtiI ~
ti t u d y }-',of ~ l ~ -X .17i y 1 1 l -I { 72!.' 01 (7617'
TlrA kyorSa.> tu OSy))o i I> oIr lsoii nic y11A SuyotLad7r; (707fyu luirysI hI
hruhyustdetu .xYUI (ave created for yourself a substantial thought ifltO deftit1} fors
ti-m-i-Xw~n-a fuudf'onIiJCJI l lA ]c ctS i-t i
f .r. : - adu xx t3y ur!c_ 'oriku)oC::.A sji tc ta -iI hero'' i AR},e'r i~ st: .. t
1641L,'/of :4 t'Ci1i 1 i I LI h/cTil ) 6t,. : - :?r' ??. .. _ i.,h(-C V~lkii (0
.'/ COS o ~ fr~le - I/) 1 n L a>i- !):, _ ( . 7IA1 t> C 0 e n'dc o1)2
ciE;. ub1n Jsziut 0 1el cul '7- 97 oC' : ' ~:' '-A (4' V -~
00 1..,a vW{:) ~[i~,;7: 1 :-- , V '.' ,-~-x ~e: e o
{0.1V5_-a 17. u sct ts 17) 45 hflji.7'O-K. 'e-.4' 14i1. - willA:1'lc; 0
a :0011 7'' PC-11.
The spciJaolists 1,of 'he- ( L1 ! h-h 7(t:
tote h'aveuspnt es ars i.n -
ifr fyoar aived atieo n d ay a-- -Intitte
Thryoe Eusiw;77-'-.- to, -- ---,'

GIUSEPPE DA 7,NISE, Baritone
g{ Iy ' ETR{{pp YO P OLITSA U0!."E1jA CO MYIPA NK
METRO P0 Ll'AN OPESRA COMPANY
JEANN E GORDON, Contralto
METROPOLITAN OPERA COMPANY
SUZANNE F'KEENER,' Soprano
S~\iETROTPOLT rAN OPERA C1M'ANXArct
FLORENCE, MACBE.v ~t ,T.Soprano
C111 IGO O EPIIIA-1, SOCI ''O r
CHARLES MARSH-ALL, Tenor
(i:1Ili AG0O _SOPERA ASSOCIATION
ERNA RUIgJBINS t EIN, Violinist
ERNEST1 SCHFLLLING, IPianist
,HENRI SCOTT, Bass--Baritone
LATE OF 'l 116 IVI'POPOLITAN OPERA. tOM1PNY
CLARENCE W!---ITEH ILL, 1arilolle
j- VI.rT'.tLI 0 rPIPOLITA N OPERA COMPA NY
ORG ANIZA Ih)NNS
THE UNTT['1b0 m -y CHOR;AL UNION
I fn ;fG'
',HE CHIL.D PEN'S CHORUS
(500 VOICES)
rfHE CHICAGO SYMPI-fONY ORCHESTRA
(70 PL'AYERS)

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CONDUCTORS

EARL VINCENT MORE
GEORGE OSCAR BOWEN

AND
FREDERICK STOCK

WANTE 1)
1tANIED-R~oomate, nice ceomforl ble
suite._ 715 I1. 1-lroni. 9,5-2
WAJ:NT'fEI- Ioomate, Suite xviii sle-Cl)-
I 95-
WAT1T)Ronwith bath. WXouli
dhare room. Call 'University 134.

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campus 1 'lcen ~ ';2I.Ci-
at Rider's ?11-:Sho,

i:itingunisbod ( om O5L'ser C du tc°o rwho Nwill comeIfrom En.4land
-'"'-cilly 1t ofldo'tE-, the Amnerican premie-re of his "I-Jymnn of Jesus"
Xh'2Xiil 117"110<; y Ithe Chion lunion at the Thusda Evening

COURE. ICKETS

' ) AN ' { - an ' .)7. .-'7 1 ' -
g T Y P:E 'W 'R IN 'G 1p e , Y ] Iio t : - -'m 41;.
1''IP1BIIN AD HOTIAN - Firs, 8: 15. t77
WORK, reports, straight dictation].
P'romlpt. service. Phone 1713--J. fl sI11. \NOJ l.ANT() N s3 11.131 Il-iflo.~i''}('1 c
E- Liberty Street. 21 1 Violin, I ,daino 'I..,.;A i, ":10T N.
BIOARD ---- --- ----

D$a5w,?4 gib5, ,7

It~ ~ ~ ~~~Ol lb'00 '. 0 ~(01 'Owra] Union is returned, deduct $3.00)
don U'~dere:'soulhi"Ihlrtm Tie t.~ iin' sMarchod 1.
IL 1001 oJieJ sjb'1,)prs befiled, 'Ind dffeti ]fmder4
-' 2 () I ~1'd' x l w ihisd (gult. I)1'ord!inallry m i d I !tt ~ l- rI,..S ik. .

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