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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1923

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T-HiE M I CH IGCAN

DAILY

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INTER-FRATERNITY WP1ESTLINC C H AM°Pt0
cHfIIHM~IN[D S FINAL _ROUND NEAR& CL

T'A

WINS

lilA . T TO URA Ey Two One-Act Plays

C LASIFIErT
ADVERTISING LJ

and sm-ia bouts in which these; The Intramural departmentwa1weerqidtolmntenoh
1w) nen participated, Troutwine faced by the difficulty of running; of the entrants to enable the an-u
h~ h l emerge the winner wvhen -off~ the matches ill a swift, smooth thorities to re~t1leWni!i
thla,vo clash, although N±imz hxa ; fa_ hion .The facilities offered at houlctfitse i<
S [ idchKanice of taking the bout.. enabled thenm to keep two bouts ; ,

TRAGEDY

NOTICE

'

li ar belle loves

- -.-----------Wdburne, Phi Beta Pi, is slated
]Delta Sigma1 Phi Fiat t~ Delt a Sigma 1-hi. wrestling' at 115 t ii: , with Mendolson from the
Over Field Tneiidrin, l 1cmo r poutndls, won over Schwar'tz fi'ofl'1 Phi 1Beta Delta house, in the final
Tha 10 Etrnt1th Pii 1eta, Delta hous e. InI thb 1-OHrd for 135 pounders. In pre-
heavie1r divisions, Koff fl-an,. Phi, viousr bout., Woodburne has looked
1,t'1Wt representative, downecd e'~peeially promising and should ex-
SEVERAL IOU I IWMAINi RejehitL who is a Beta Sigfmina P", ;*( i ince little difficulty wihen he
-- l 'both men vre , ing at 155 1Id inds. ;Iface:,; IV ndo lso-
Collecting the lowest p)o .-ible In the next weight, Blacha' n , hnin the 145 -pounders it is
total 'of points, 'the Phi Beta Delfa Alber's, both ThPeta Chi's ixedi tie arit pc.t.win
wrestling team swept all opp:oinent-s -with Blanchard carrying off ILL T1,- wrestling in this class has been
to tine side' In the final roundsk of honors. Phellps an Alpha Kappa, I uursuzally high class, with Heim,
the Inter-frater"nity tour~namtj Lambda beat Golsteip,'Phi Beta uct. Sien i answtDea
gaining a decisive vico ver allDetithr match at 175,whih 1an rue Dlta
vitfordela, n teir tr igiiaPhi heading the list at. ti-i
the competition -and taking the in the unlimited class Schilla of 1o~o h ei-ias ewe
trophy awarded annually by tI-ic Delta Sigma Phi clowned1 Edelsont ; tw mn -heias.veyte
Intramural department to the win- the Tau Epsilon Phi heavyyweight Itohe~se.o emtheisverysholdl
pling combination. Delta Sigma The fina~l round for the remain bcoced eaim oevr yshenl
Phi was awarded second place. ing three divisions should produce leto eet , b virtuweno
Although matches in the final three closely fought matches. The, his brillianti he iiin ae ntsxmnrmiigi hs egt, nt work in the opening;
roun inthre dvisonshav~ nt si me reainng n teseweihtsround. of competition.
as yet been completed, Phi Beta were forced to tight their way With over a hundred n-en enter-'
Delta were announced the winnersi through stiff competition, ais more ccl at the start of the tournamen-t,
under the scoring system used by! men had signed tip to wrestle in __ ______ ___
the Intramural department. With these classes.
the low total of 21 points againstj At 126 pounds, TIroutwine from
them, their victory was assured IPi ]kappa Phi house will meet
yesterday despite the outcome' of Nimz, Sigma Alpha Mu in the
the few remaining bouts, championship bout of their di-j
In the final 'round, Seabury, vision. Judging from' prelinminary
,o I

profgressinv at the same thuie, with
Varsity letter irieriactingi in the
capacity pf referee. Working in
this manner two evenings only

stw 1jie'oi' toany rui oT n (1IIodicu
yetu~.r'.Tog the entry requ ii'(''
i ruts bar' all le ter mren, .. ,e
H 19iv of the r'omphetititjiiraj: ..;
better than expected.

m . . ..

k~ y ad Henry
evs Clarab elle.
Wishing Henry'
Would Call for a

Here Comes Christmas!
This fine art of

giving the right
gift to the '

S ~ B
S S S V *

Shop
eNow*i
Eac y S4ejectionleayou
'to
\J,7

They're your pride. You
admire them for their
"never-say-die" stamina.
So with Smnith Smart Shoes.
They're college favorites
because they, too, stand
the ttgaff"--~and stay"
smart doing it.

-~ .-> ,-'.
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Date.

He won't, because

right person is
decidedly simple if

PECANS-Oklahoma native pec ans
-select grade, 25c per lb.pl u s
Parcel Post charges, C. 0. D,
Write W. 0. Winn, Box 1155,
Okmulgee, Okla. 69,70)
NOTICE--
WE BUY USED CLOTHING
I H. BENJAMIN
215 E. Washington Phone 4310
T. T. S.,(
MACK TUTORTNG AGENCY
310 So. State. Phone 7927
I T. T. F.
NOTICE-We have a large selec-
tion of Greeting Cards and Mot-
toes. Francisco-Boyce, 719 N.
Uni.
T. T. e
PIANO TUNING--The Concert AMu-
ist Piano Tuner, phone 6776. Vic-
tor Allmendinger. Not with any
Emusic house. Exclusive piano
jtuner for "the University School
of Music. Office at residtence,
1 608 Morton Ave.
I Wed., Thu.. Fri. c
NOTICE-We are closing out our
full line of Dresses and Wardrobe
Trunks at cost. Koch & Henne.
c
NOTICE-Dial 3916, Moe Laundry,
204 N. Main St., for laundry ser-
vice with real personal attention
like received at home. e
TYPING-'theses a specialty. Fair
'rates. M. V. Harts uff. Dial 9387.
e
TYPEWRITER S E R V I C Ex-Newi
Corona, Royal, Underwood, Rem-
intnportables, also used large
and portable typewriters of aU
makes bought, sold, rented. ex-
changed, cleaned, repaired. Large
stock, best service, considerate
prices. Phone 6615. 0. D. Morrill
17 Nickels Arcaae. c
NOTICE--H. W. Clark Shoe Fac-
tory, corner of South University
and' Forest. Let us save you 20
percent 'on your repair work.
Only one shoe factory In town
RIDING BOO0TS. from $10 up; golf
shoes from $8 up; moccasins in
ten different leather styles, $6
All kinds of shoes made to your
measure.-H. W. Clark. c

He's sore.

" i "
" " "

She gave

Smlkmat omes
"They Stay Smart With Long Service"
Special Sale---$10 Values at $7.79
DIETZEL SHOE STORE
11 7 E. Washington Street

Hia Pair of
Cuff-links for
Christmas.
He has nothing to
Kick about, tho, for
He gave her a book,
And she already had
Abook.

se lected

at

r 0

Marquardt's
Our shelves are
filled with
Christmas suggestions
Come in and
see . . .

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ROMANCE

r... '.

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ARTHUR F. MARQUARLJT

".Across from the Michigan'

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1
i

'-7e
Your Christ-mas Sopn
Can be done inGood
Fashion--Now at the
Mans Shop
Recent arrivals include
ENGLISH PAJAMASyi
SILK SCARFS
r PIPES
asr HOSIERY
STIFF BOSOMED COLORED SHIRTS
DERBIES
NECK WEAR
r The Shop is now full of things
- acceptable as gifts---as well as
- durhose things you will n cc dc
ring x duingvacation
Formal clothes --- fully lined with silk, at fifty-two and
fifty-eight dollars---vests ten to four-
-teen --- the. new two stud shirt---f our
dollars--..and the' narrow pointed-end
- ties
- from

Peg and Bill love
Each other, too,
But love hasn't

Dulled their

Intellects yet.
She gave Bill
Something he
Wanted, needed, and
Lies---and got in
Return a present
That has the Sisters
Hof and Bothered
With jealousy.
Here's Peg
And Bill now,
Thanking each other
For the Presents.
There's a moral
To these plays.
Peg and Bill bought
Their Christmas
Presents at the
Gift Specialists---
Now don't be dumb:
Head for
Church and ;South U
Before it's too late.

LOST--Elgin wrist watch at inter-
fraternity wrestling meet Mon-
day night. Phone Koffman, 6581.
341 E. Liberty. 69,70,71
LOSTWill the finder of a small
brown change purse please call
22398.. 68,69
LOST-Blue Parker pencil on cam-
pus. Name A. Juillerat on it.
Finder return to .50a E. William
or dial 8037. 68,69,70
LOST -A PAIR OF PIG SKIN
GLOVES, ABOUT SIZE 81/.
FINDER PLEASE CALL 22117--
PLEASE.
Subscribe to The Michigan Daily,
$4.00 a year.
LOST-A small-size left hand
buckskin glove somewhere be-
tween Waterman Gym and cor.
South University, on Thursday
afternoon. Phone 6617.
WANTED
WANTED--Room. to rent by faculty
member of School of Music, oc-
cupancy by Jan. 7 Must have
privilege of bringing small up-
right piano. Location near cam-
pus preferred. Call Mrs. Bacher,
3495; hours 10-12. - 69,71,72
W A N TED-- Microscope in good
condition. 'Call 3683 after 9:30
p. M. 69,70
WANTED3--Cook, German woman:,
with city references, wishes posi-
tion in fraternity or sorority
after Christmas vacation. Tele-
phone 6374. 64,65,66,67,68,69
FOR SALE
FOR SALE -Two orchestra seats
for Ritz Kreisler recital tonight.
$3 each. Phone 6363. Richard
Koch. 69
FOR SALE-Baby carriage. Call at
912 Forest. 69,70,71
FOR SALE-Antique laces, 'em-
broideries, knit goods, toys; open
afternoons and evenings. 712
Tappon Ave. 67,68,69
FOR RENT
FOR RENT--Room for instructor,
student or business man. Only
one other roomer in the house.
1603 S. University. Phone 8040.
69,70,7,1

BUST

DOBBS HATS
The tang of the ocean is
in the--, Two New F-loli-
day Shapes for the men
who enjoy a touch of
Bond Street, London, Mi
their headwear.
Colors
Pearl Grey and seal B3,~rn
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