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SUND)AY', DECJ1JMBER 12, 19~26

THE. MICHIGAN DAILY

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MATM-EN HOLD FAST BOUTS IN
Sx Of westn Titular lattiies Are' division Smih, '29, threw Fishman,
Determined By Falls '30, and Prescott, '27, advanced when
i ikolson, '28, defaulted.

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fFinals of the all-campus champion-
ship wrestling tournament were held
yesterday afternoon at Yost field
house, closing thq most successful
meet of its kind ever held at the Uni-
versity. The mat was located in the
center of. the basketball court afford-
ing the several Iit ndred spectators at-
ti-acted by the e vent anl excellent op-
portunity to, witness the inatche;
which were fast andi. inter-esting.
fSiim -fl als were held yesterday
Mor-n ;'gIn1 the 115 p)ound divisionz
' Bi-c:e, '29, and Kailes, '28, advanced
by winning firom Elison, '30, anad
Frederick, '30, respectively, on falls.
Quinn, '30, gained a decision over. El-
liott, '30, 'and Thomas, '30, threw
IUlarick, '30, to winl the right to meet
in the finals for the 125 pound title.
Delude dlefeatedl Rix andl'Wolfe pin-
ned :Iar(din in the 135 pound class.
Sauer, '28, advanced by gaining a
decision over Diuran;,, '29, and Efier,
'28, won from Flajole, '30, on a fall

'(the finals uwere marledI by the samet
speed t hat has charact erized every
match of the mneet. Of the seI.venr
l bouts, six were decided by fialls. Xailes
- won the 115 p)ound title by throwing
Bruce with a bar arm and half Xci-
sor-T inll ive minutes.
"Phomas- used his exper-iecIe to an
advantage to win from Qu inn by a
'fall in t womrnute ;and 15secollds1
v Ith a body:5~5))~ andi half N elsont.
Iltclde rrpen da. de tision r ve;- W olf~e,
tip the 7 > claI viss wi01 a t ime ,
nrat geotone ilitilit o and 13S 5CC-
onds ta:, roeofi the close,.t matches of
the .afternoon.
i The147) pS itltitle weuat to ; aner,
wh-o titi CW ('lern witih a biar arty
and lhalf cXt Ison in the fastest time
of any of titc fails, 20 scQond(P. lDonga--
vito pind)outhvforl'h with a stop-1
per hold ill four ulinutes to ; ain the
15,1 pound, cilamfpioInsat)-
Hager won the 175 pound title by
defeatinug Johnsmon in a fall in five

ONLY A FEW MORIE S110PVPING DAYS IN ANIT ARBOR
Be sure to get some MICHIGAN JEWELRY or a Michigan pen-
nant, blanket, pillow top, memory book, calender, or a box of
Michigan stationery to take home with you.
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CASH RAT-2S
'Fen centis vpr reca':, ; h e (~on tae of
1''. a1~a 1ei2CWordto ihe ho,-) for Done orit-o
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~rc1i~ oflroo -i vefl at the Diily PIC1
in Th OrP- Pii.rte'on NI ay ria*"+i St-ct.
Cam-'TRACT PA 9ES
'"nei-ia1 staieharlized rate- given on att(1;' ~i-
tion.
FOR RENT

Ani W - estment in Good
Appearance
Nothing is more essential than confidence
in one's appearance. A -good shave
and~ haircut gives that fresh, brisk feeling
which comes only from the kn,)wledge
that one is well groomed.

N OTIC l--Chlri sImas Cards, Books,
l-audPictures anid Favors at
lb Oi-o 'S ,4Book St ore. 210 S. Maimia
('TIUSY)'S G~e:I~a CARI)S
°' l5'. e;-sn 1 pinted orderS
o. FB. M 01R IZ l ILL,
17 Nickels Arca.ide,
l" e t;tt jonfery & Tiypewriter Store
Open evenings.

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NOTICE

ARCADE BARBER SHOP

I"ORI{ hENTl-- Two ro)om e~l~i~-n 61-65-66-67-65--69
fur-nishied. iirst floor.Inu Q19
\ ~ ('all 25 5 ~5C-~'7NOTICE -New ict or Otohn
- _________-i iRecords for Chrisf nias. WeN", -
FOR H ENT1--trae ear liitir nd1 !for sipment. S A!hnerle & Se
Washlteiow It;51. !lncoln. i Hone! Music House. 110 So. Main., c tf.
9G62. 6-66-67! -
NOTICE-G-rape juice and sweet
TWO har ;'e sin1 le0f'ront ,rO7cmS. One I cidler. Call RI. E. Waignr, at 9534I
ha" doule room wi;1 h r :eeIn or 221. 63-6-1-Grp
pim-h~if ds -'. 14 d s
D al 63 4 S. 6 l-6566 ; YI1V ITING promipfly a-,d Ineatly
idone by cxlerionci't operators at
D:ESTRIt LE- Sttii~ f'W renit on second uiniotlerat C rac es. 0. D. Morriill, 17
Siol for1 011 "-nom n l iento I'~oe-INic(k('is Areade.

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in the 145 pound class. Dougavito, 'miunes and 40 seconds with a crotch- -- -
'30, and Southworth, '29, automatically hold and half N^lson. The heavy- Nary quarterback ,who played
went into the final round being the Jwight title was won by Pm-cs cott., who I tilsotigh the Army game with a broken 6 Nickels Arcade
only men in the 158 pound class to '. pinneld Si (Ii in two and a halfrin m- a ner°, was a big factor in his
survive the, initial round. Johnson, utes with a croteli gold and half Xc- el tfl'5 success.
'28, won a deiin o e ~ h l ,'0 o .'991911t9il11111tldecision191111991911Nover11191111Ekholm, '30,1191E111t9111191911son.1191
the 175 pound class. In the unlimited Subsrihe for n !e -nichigan Daily. Laeyu
Lev yu order early for the ideal
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DEC.,1 PAYOUE.lieW~rCandies
Fu! Srrse!ii 4jniitieon~e We pack, wrap and mail.
Delightful Nonsense! F1eel Like ilo-s Again . BETSY ROSS SHO1P11
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By Walter Hackett a" Wrist Watch
Jeweled Moveent
J"ST THE 1l'l'T HOLIDAY FITN $8.
- --'An exquisite little time-piece guaranteed for
- ~~~~~You'll lore "Applejack"_sitrosweha.
BRING THE KIDDIES--There Are Pirates!-
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Energine Cleaning Is Sanitary
Cleanliness at all times is necessary for public health.-
Money spent with us is well invested, for C btrt13tf a$ anidiety o reprhaighelh
inietl0o0reprhaighalh IT (V ilm
Garmen Cleaning
Company
"TheHom to E n r i~e"is g - I isgood to contemplate, during the few weeks pre-
ceding Christmas, as to what the day really means to each
C. H. SCROEN, 14gm'.® of us. Is it still characterized by that original feeling of good
209 South Fourth Ave. Dial 4191 will which meant{ so much at the celebration of the first
- Christmas Day?
____________________________________________ -Behind every great thinig that has been achieved by
E$TAtBLES~i'ED 18118 yourself or your fellowmen, there is the mutual feeling ofgodwl.Iexssbt enalcsesialcutrsad
y' between the high and lowly. At Christmas time, if at no
other time of the year, every human heart is touched with
L O T~ concern for his fellowm~n.

" FOR SALE
F OIZS AL-E--A^ handsome ilupooi edj
emnbio~dem-ed c(repet'shawl. Unusj>ual-!
ly Yoa f Ictlis. ihsFri-in,
1004 Olivia :Av,. ('hone 8718. 64-65j

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NOTICE-(andy. Everybody will
ap -eiate as a gift. We have la rgo
kselection to please ever-y body. !"o-
j o rI' You buy see onr 1line andl our
prices. Boxes of candy from 40.,
to 5.00. Cedar ( fs romn GOc to-
j$15.00. Silks lined bse from $1.00
to'. $6.00. ('hine sa ho :wl , very f'ancy,
f-oum $4.00 to ;56.00). ('andy toy
canie ribbon at best price. We mail.
Try ourlountain ,setvice - and our
luces. Tphe Crest (Choc. Shun
f302 S. Main St. 63-64-65-66-67-68-0,i

FOlR SALE----Al taoSaxaphonc. TBrass,
nearly new. Greene, 806 Tlill
63-64-65
FOR SALE---Stearns Knight Coupe.
First (lass condition. Your pri-e.
Dial 21678 61-62-63-61-65-66-47
YOUT CAN RENT typewriters at a
very reasonable rate fr-om Rider's
Pen Shop and it will be a good
worikng mach ine. sun-I ucs-thurs-If
LO)ST
LOST--One rhinestone sho0e buckle
between The U.nion and Mimes the-
atre Fr-iday evening. Phone 8217.
Ask for Snodgrass. 65
LOST-In basement of N. S. building
one lecture note book andl two text
books. Finder please retur in to
514 Cheever Ct. Phone 8628. Re-
ward. 64-65-66
TYPli'WVRlTER RIBBO3NS AND I
CA RTIONS
Our rapid tutrnover. insurl:es a fi-clu
stock and you secure the best
quality at a modem-ate price.
0. 1). 'MORILILL,
17 Nickels Ar-cade. Phone 6615
Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
Typewriters, Inc.
(.641-65-66-67-68-69
FOUNT'AIN TEN UlI

BEAC HER'S Leather Goods--Stand
hard wear and service. City Pharm.
.64-65-72-73
NOTICE--Beautiful gifts from India.
Private sale of hand embroidered
cashmere silk scarfs, runners,
cushion cover prints, carved ivory
curios, rouge boxes, and beads. This
is purely a student enterprise. Will
ademonstrate at your house any af-
ternoon. Ask for Sodhi or leave
your message. 411 Hamilton PI4cc.
Dial 5839. 160-61-62-63-64-65
NOTICE-New Orthophone Portable
Victrolas, $35.00. Schaeberle & Son
Music House, 110 So. Main c tf.
NOTICE-Student Tailor Shop, 721. N.
IUniversity,- across from Hill Audi-
torium. Re-opened , umnder new
management. Cleaningz, presshr;
and altering. Ladies' work especi-
ally: Phone 8040. c-tf
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
6513. -daily-tf
To see best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tf
TYPEWRITERS, all makes,, sold,
rented, exchanged, cleaned, repair-
ed. Largest and best stock to be
obtained anywhere.
0. D. MORRILL, 17 Nickels Arcade.
Authorized dealer: Phone 6615.
L. C. Smith & Corona Typewriters, Inc.
c64-65-66-67-68-69
LADIES, THEY ARE HERE! Real
silk Merino Under-hose, light, close-
fitting, durable, inconspicuous!
Available to wearers of ltealsSilk
Hosiery; direct from the Indian-
apolis- factory, moderately pricedi.
Call or phone Real Silk Hosiery
M\ills, 209 S. State St. Dial. 9592.

You will get bettern ink for your four-
tamn pen at Rider's Pen Shop. Over
40 years ink experience is worth
money to you. We sell goverinment
record ink only. su u-tucs-thur s-tf
WANTED
WANTED-Women with experience
wants cooking in fraternity or *soror-
ity house. Phone 87883 afternoons
or evenings. 65-66
WANTED TO WORK-Man and wife
want work as porter and cook. Box
144 Michigan Daily. 65-66-67
WANTED---Nice room in private fam-
ily. Phone 21445. 65-66-67
WANTED-A single room after va-
cation. Gfaduate woman student.
Phone 21349. 64-65
WANTED-Graduate woman desires
suite or room with privilege of. liv-
ing room. Box 143. 64-65
WANTED STUDENTS to know that
Sanei pays fronm $5 to $25 for old
suit~s and overcoats.
121 E. ANN DIAL 4306
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TYP'EWRITER RIBBONS & CARBON
Let us supply you with ribbons and
carbons which will outlast the or
dinary kind. We get the best ob-
tainable. Rider's Pen Shop.
sun-tues-thurs-tr
NOTICE
SPECIAL
20 per cent off on
All Witi~onds and Watches
Only 13 Shopping dlays left
The 'Vatch Sop
1121 S. University
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NOTICE
Ann Arbor Mimeographing shop-21.1
Detroit St. Let us do your mimeco-
graphing and typewriting. First-
class work. Quick service. Lowest
prices. Dial, 868,3.
c-sun-wed-f ri
NOTICE-Take hom a box of Gilbert's
Chocolates for Christmas._ We will
wrap for mailing. Swift's Drug
Store, 340 S. State St.
c Wed.-Fri.-Sun.
NOTICE-Send mother your photo in
swinging frame- for a Christmas Gift.
All prices, $1.50 anti up,.5. 1B.
Saunders, 306 S. State.
" c-tues-thrurs-sun-tf
NOTICE-Startling offer Tuxedos
Pressed-Fifty Cents. We call and
-deliver any time. T. B. Lyons 515
E. Willianms, Dial 5516.
tues-thurs-sun-tf
FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING
Tell the folks at home what an un-
usual place you have in Ann Arbor
to have pens repaired. We will give
them the same service through you
or by mail. Thank you. Thder's3
Pen Shop. sun-tues-thurs-tt

MADISON AVENUE COR. FORTY-FOURTH STREET
NEW YORK
.Our representative will be at the
HOTEL STATLER
Detroit-
Tomorrow, Tuesday and Wednesday
December, 13, 14 and 15

This is exhibited in more ways than one. The small
child hopping .gaily down the street, cheerily shouting "Mer-
ry Christmas"' to everyone he meets, shows more of that
original spirit than anyone else. It is also shown in the
gifts and greetings we receive each year from our friends
and :relatives. It is not :the spoken word or :the material gift
we rceeive but the spirit of good will and well wishing in
which it is given.
Success, peate of mind, and a multitude of friends, are
the recompense.

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FORD SALES AND SERVICE
1925 FORD ROADSTER, 5 good
cord tires. Motor A-1. Top
good.
1925 FORD COUPE, 4 new tires,
bumpers front and rear, up-

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