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TUESDAY. DECEMBER 13. 1927

THE MICHIRAN DAILY

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COMPETITION IS HELD'GNE CASUALTY MARKS
ICONFERENCE OPENERSi

ANGELES II SHATTERS 1 ALUMNI WILL FETE
WORLD'SBOAT RECORD VARSITY TANKMEN
(1y AMssoiat Per nes) ((ontinued from Page Six)
LOS ANC ELES, Dec. 13. - One Wolverin:s ancaptured three of them by '
world's speedboat record fell today in wide mar:.;ins, losing only to the Cin-1
the hydroplane classic of the national (innati Y. AT. C. A. by a 33-29 score.
speedboat races when Harry Miller, The latter team had as their ace, y

FUR SIUMA ULIA PSI'
Intramural Departipept Desires More
Students T11 Par iclpate in
Trials For _12emblership
FREG BANQUET OFFERED
Considerable interest is being evinc-
ed at the present time concerning
competition and entrance into Sigma
Delta Psi, national lhonorary athletic
fraternity, according to reports from
the Intramural department. The
heads ')f the department are as yet
unsatisfied with the number of men
who are trying out in the competition
and hope to arouse more interest on
the campus at large.
At the present time, there are 95
men competing in the various events
and a free banquet has been promised
to those who pass the requirements
and gain membership.
This year, points will be awarded
for Sigma Delta Psi competition on
the all-year participation record for
fraternities. In order that points for
this competition may count on the all-
year chart, a rule has been made that
all meni must be entered by the end
k of the first semester and that they
shall have participated in at least
three of the required events. Trials
are given on Wedniesdays from 1:30
to 4 oclock and on Saturdays from 9
K to 12 o'clock. Competitors are to re-
port at the given times to Lloyd Gat-
es, or have Coaches Hoyt, Farrell, or
Mann approve the events.
Those who comnete for the initia-
. tion into this fraternity must satisfy
the following requirements:
100 yard dash, 11.6 seconds; 220
yard low hurdles, 31 seconds; high
k Jump, 5 feet; broad jump, 17 feet; 16-
pound shot put, 90 feet; football kick,
120 feet on fly; baseball throw, 250
feet on fly; one mile run, 6 minutes;
pole vault, 8 feet, 6 inches; front
i handspring; hand stand for 10 sec-
onds; fence vault, height of chin:l
swimming, 100 yards in 2 minutes;
A Varsity letter may take the place
of any of the requirements except
f swimming.
MORE ABOUT ThE "BUST"
Michigan's announced plan to have
two football varsity teams next season
received satirical treatment in the pro-
gram for the Michigan Bust held Sat-
urday night at the Hotel Statler. The
program was handled as an "insert" in
Al Weeks' Playgoer,and though the
composition is unsigned the article
reads like the editor's work.
Under the caption, "Hail to Teams
A and B, Both Cdnquering Heroes," it
reads:
"Next fall the University of l\ichi-
gan will have two football squads-
that is, if you believe anything you
read in the papers. There will be two
teams, A and B, and while Team A is
pushing Illinis and Ohio and other
small colleges about the Gridiron,
Team B will throw its full strength
in the field and battle hordes of pig-
skin warriors from Alma, Ypsilanti
Normal and the Reform School at
Lapeer.
"Detroit alumni, always eager to
cope with the problems of their alma
mater, will be divided into two groups
which will be known as 'The Yellows'
and 'The Blues.' 'The Yellows' will
follow Team A and lend it their full
support, and 'The Blues' will do the
right thing by Team B.
"However, neither group will be al-
lowed to show partisanship for either
team, and so we shall hear:
Yea, teaos!
Yea, tms!
Yea, .teams!
Fight both of them, fight both
of them, fight both of them
"The two bands, known as Band
A and Band B will play 'The Victors,'
which will be sung thus:

Hail to Teams A and B valiant,
1al to both groups of conqu-ring
heroes.
Hail, hal to ichigaii's I o
tea Ins.
Champions of the West and the
.I.A.A. aiionig other things.
Harburg, Germany, has the greatest
building boom since the World war.

(Continued from Page Six.)
reccrd parallel with that of.Minnesota
but the Indian gridiron victors man-!
aged to scrape through, beating Knox,
another Illinois Conference school 22-
18 after trailing 9-7 at the half. Howe,
forward, starred for Illinois.
The really commendable and almost
remarkable performance of the night
was that of Northwestern in smoth-
ering and completely vanquishing the
"little giants" from Wabash in the
state where great .basketball players
are as abundant as sunflowers in
Kansas, corn in Ioway, and mules in
Missouri.
Such -a beating is most novel for
Wabash cagers and shows well for the
Purple both as to attack and defense.
If this is any criterion to judge by,
Dutch Lonborg is due to have a far
better time in his first year as North-
western coach than did Dick Hanley
this fall. The Purple have a veteran
group of men, more or less all-stars
this winter and are led by Capt. Waldo
Fisher, star end on the football team.
A movement for greater rice pro-
duction has been started in the Philip-
I pines.

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AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.
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"ANTED-"Young mllntoa selloliday
specialty. All or part time. Shnouldl
make 10 to 15 dolliars daily. 930
Forest. Call forenoons and even ings.
LOST
LOST-A pair of glasses, Thursday,
probably between Monroe and Hill
on Oakland. Reward. Call Rurgor,
21118. 71, 72

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Angeles I, maintained an average o:
47.12 miles per hour to win 151 class'
limited event. The former record wps
47.05 miles per hour. Cathleen II was
second.
VARSITY COURT ROSTER

Harrigan (capt.) . . . .18
Oosterbaan .........17
Slagle ..............16
Cushing ...........15
Chapman..........14
Raber .,.............12
Gawne.............11
Schroeder..........10
Nyland .............9
Lovell-..............8
McCoy ..............7
Bowerman ..........6
Balsamo ............5
Rose ............... 4
Kanitz.............. 3
Daniels ............19
W hittle ............21
McDonald ..........22

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Waltcr Laufer, recognized as one of NOTICES.
the country's leading swimmers. Lau- NOTICE-Be sure and visit this most
fer accounted for three of Cincinnati's modern and efficient Hat Cleaningi
'first places. , and Shoe Shining Parlor. Michigan
Against the Toledo Y. M. C. A. the Theatre Bldg. 539 E. Liberty.
M\ichigan natators scored a 53-11 vie- Tues., Thurs., Sat._
tory. DRESSMAKING-Experienced; can
furnish references. Estimate given
"Only 10 per cent of the people on work desired. Phone 3655.
of this country are farmers now, _SUn., Tues., Thurs.
whereas 87 per cent followed that oc- GIVE THEM a personal touch. Names
cupation 100 years ago," said M. L. engraved on fountain pens in gold
Noon of Jackson, president of the I leaf and embossed on leather goods.
Miichigan State Fari Bureau, in an Rider's Pen Shop. 72, 73, 74, 75
address before the second annual - - - -
Farmers' Day of St. Clair county. NOTICE--Will person exchanging
~__coat at the Alpha Delta Phi House
return lt and receive own. 72, 73
IRAGGEDY ANN BEAUTY SHOP-
Every Monday and Tuesday, Marcel
I__ __and Shampoo, $1.00. Water Wave,
and Shampoo, $1.25. Finger Wave
PARTY PROGRAMS and Shampoo, $1.25. Marcel, $.75.
ANNOUNCEMENTS Every day. 1110 S. University. Dial
INVITATIONS 7561. 72
SSTATIONERYNOTICE-We deliver between the
FOLDERS hours of 9:30 and 11:30 p m. Prompt
NEWSLETTERS Delivery. Barbecue Inn. Phone 4481.
PLACARDS 20 100
I I BUSINESS CARDS-
CALLING CARDS FOR RENT
ETC., ETC.ip. RENT--Three-room. partly fur-

FOR RENT-Large front room, single
$5, or double $6. No other roomers.
624 S. Division. Phone 8196.
SUITE of four office rooms, second
floor of Wagner-Block, State St.
Light on three sides. Available
January 28th. 71, 72. 73, 74, 75

FOR SALE
TYPEWRITERS-If you are at all
interested in a portable typewriter,
phone us for a demonstration of
The Royal Portable. No obligation.
Phono 8950, Rider's Pen Shop.
72, 73, 74, 75
FOR SALE-Essex Coach; perfect
condition, $75. Overland Sedan, like
new; cheap. 1925 Chevrolet Road-
ster, $75 cash. Phone 6914. 72, 73
FOR SALE-$35 Bulova wrist watch,
$20. Metal band. 1121 S. Univ. The
Watch Shop. , 70, 71, 72
SWEET CIDER, grape juice, apples,
potatoes, carrots, and cabbage. Call
R. E. Wagner, 9534 or 22413.
68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73
WANTED
WANTED-Medic for room-mate with
another Medic; also a large, 3-stu-
dent room to rent. Phone 5910. 72
WANTED-Saxophone alto or tenor,
cash. Must be reasonable. Call 6110
Evenings. 803 S .State. 72, 73, 74
WANTED-Experienced cook, white,
desires position with fraternity.
Twelve years catering for large
numbers. Phone 5373. 71, 72, 73

LOST-Gold Scalp and Blade pin
with the initials C. K. on lback. Call
C. Keene. Phone 7855. Reward.
71. 72
LOST-Purse, on the Washtenaw Bus
or on North State St. A dark, blue
purse, containing money, fount a in
pen and one key. Reward. Call !:8.
72, 73
REWARD for return of Police Puppy.
Black body, brown head and ears;
age 5 months. Reply A. T. Spenc',
Law Club, Dial 4147. 72, 73, 71
LOST-On or near William St. A
large sized fountain pen. Call 21069.
Reward. 72
FOUND
FOUND-Beautiful and useful gifts at
Rider's Pen Shop. Desk sets, Rider's
Masterpens, Manicure (Eversmart)
Sets. Compacts for girls. Dainty
Christmas Wrappings Free.
72, 73, 74, 75
FOUND-On East University, a neck-
lace. Owner call 6727. 72

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NECKWEAR,
When in doubt, give him neckwear. When
in doubt as to what kind of neckwear to give,
come here. We've every smart, new design,
from the quietest to the most brilliant; we've
both very inexpensive domestic ties, and high-
ly valued creations by the smartest European
stylists. Above all, we offer the interested
personal attention that will help you select
neckwear precisely suited to the fortunate
man who will rece-ve it.
3TT
319 SOUTH MAIN STREET
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215 S. Main St. (off Liberty)
Phone 3231
For Service and Qijality, Noneetter

nished, first floor, steam heated'
apartment. Care of furnace con-
sidered. Call 315 North State. 72, 73
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms.
Students or business people. Quiet
house. Steam heat. 'Dial 8544. 422
E. Washington. 72, 73, 74, 75

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at home whom you would
like to remember with
something that is different
from the average Christmas
present, something that
will carry with it the spirit
of the college town and
which will have an air of
distinctiveness all of its own--
May we suggest that
you drop in at The Mans Shop
and look around.
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T RAIN SERVICE
ACCOUNT
CH RISTMAS VACA TION
For the accommodation of University of Michigan students, returning home Friday,
December 16th, account Christmas vacation, the Ann Arbor Railroad will provide the
following service from Ann Arbor to Toleic, prc :ecting all Toledo connections:
Li-. Ann Arbor ..... ... .: ) A. M. (C. TI'.) Lv. Ann Arbor........... 4:05 P. I1. (C. T.)
Ar. Toled ............... 1:10 P. I1. (E.T.) Ar. Toledo............... 6:90 P. II. (E.T.)
NORTHBOUND TRAIN SERVICE
Northbound Prains Nos. 51 and 53, leave Ann Arbor 8:05 A. M. (C. T.) and 3:52 P. M. (C. T.)
respectively, connecting with Grand Trunk, Michigan Central and Pere Marquette for ally principal
destinations in Lower and Upper Peninsular of Michigan.
ALL TRAINS WILL BE PROVIDED WITH ADDITIONAL FIRST-CLASS COACHES.
SPECIAL TRAIN
Ann Arbor to St. Louis, lo., intermediate points and points West, via Milan and Wabash Railway.
Lc,.iv- Ann Arbor at 7:30 P.M -, (E.T.) Friday, December 16th. Direct. through service to St. Louis,

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