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IntramuralDucklansAre Fiished CL AS S I F I E
___ __ __ ___ __ __ ___ __ __ __A DVER T IS IN G

IRIDING BOOTS 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.

Chi Psi Is Winner Over Psi Upsilon
In Fast And Closely Contested
Practice Tilt

Ion. The fifth team in this cir- tice game. The Chi Psi's :nd Psi prove invaluable in the testing and
cuit is also composed of a group U's the two squads selected for the the production of players to bolster
of independents, who choose to opening contest, clashed last Satur- up the future Varsity squads.
call themselves the Misfits because, day afternoon at the Coliseum,-
they are players who individually with the State Street fraternity A search is soon to be made forl
signified their desire to play emerging on the long end of a Noah's ark. The suggestion was
hockey, but did not offer team 5to 3 score. made by William H. Strong, for-
preference Nelson and Benton, proved to be mer . president of the Chicago
Zeta Fsi's, Phi Kappa Tau's, Phi towers of strength for the winners,,chapter, American association of
Sigma and Drawing 1, have been while Moore and Anderson of the 'engineers, with the idea that the{
signed up for competition in the losing aggregation were constant ild boat be brought to the forth-
third group, which will operate threats. The play of both teams coiming World's Fair in 1933.
under the title of Federal league.was surprisingly fast and aceu----- ----
An element of mystery surruonds rate, indicating that the struggle ..CORNELL UNIVERSITY.--That
the fifth team in this league also for honors in the American team the health of college students.

N O T I C E - Nursing wanted, also
physio-therapy treatments and
Swedish massage. Ten years' ex-
perience in sanatorium. Call 3784.

Shower baths, hot and cold waterj
in each room. Maid service.
Single $4.50, double $3.25 per
week. 915 Sybil St. Phone 4770.j

WANTED - Situation - by experi-
enced white woman as cook in
fraternity or sorority house. Ref-
erences. Box 14. 89,94

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in English 31 and 32. Call 22340
between 4 p. m. and 6 p. m.

215 E. Washington Phone 4310
T. T. S.,c
NOTICE-H. W. Clark Shoe Factory,

WANTED--Law roommate for next
semester. Phone 6950.
WANTED-Porter wants position in
fraternity house. Good refer-
ences. Call Hayle, 2-1417.

tIntramural Hockey will be in- "" S' AL R 111 11 11 t ' a~t' ia., aa aiau. a a aaaaa aav
Itfgurate at Ithey olisu on- a sextet who will enter the play may resolve itself into a bitter l
augzratedl at the Coliseum o known as the Sewer Lids. fight between these two teams.;
Monday night, February'11, ac- In the fourth circuit we find a The Psi U. outfit previously beat<
cording to announcement madev tyf teams Two fraternity Alpha Delta Phi,19-1.
yesterday by authorities. The Chi .varie, o ama Alha Mu and Delta Practice games or sessions fo
Psi and Psi Upsilon sextets have s S
been selected to provide the thrills Sigma Delta, have been selected to any of the teams entered in the
in the season's opener. compete along with three indepen- circuit, may be arranged by get-! .
With exactly 20 teams signed up dent squads, who have expressed ting in touch with Kenneth With-.
for the competition, it was thought a desire to be known as Northern row who is in charge at the pres-
best to divide.th roup itohou.r.'Lights, Oakland Gulleys, and Les (nt tume.
best to divide t e group s ito four Canadians respectively. Practice Offered
team in each circuit meeting at Officials Are IBusy Euthusiasts following the game
the of the season to decide te With the 20 teams named, eager- closely, will in all likelihood find I
championship. ly awaiting the start of play, the the games in these four leagues
Teams To Play Schedules Intramural officials are busy com- well worth their time and atten-
Under this plan, the sextets will pleting schedules. Under the pr e_ ion. Most of the men signed upI
play through a regular schedule in ent plan, the games will be played for play have had at least a lit;-
their respective league. The win- oft on Monday, Tuesday, Wednes tle experience, while there are sev-
ring combination will then enter day, and Thursday nights between eral ex-Varsity players scattered
into a tournament for the four ten and eleven o'clock. Plans at among the various teams.
teams leading their league at the present also include the playin This proposed Intramural hoc-
close of the regular seasbn. The oft of contests on Saturday after- key circuit if successful should
team coming out on top of this noons at 2:30 o'clock, and Sundaysr illb e d: a amng t n l n d
series will be regarded Intramural mornings between eleven and ~
champions, and will receive gold twelve Q'clock. OPTICAL .-
medals for their achievement. 1 While at th present time little
In the so called American league, 'or notlhing is knobwn of he + DEPARTMENT
we find both Chi Psi and Psi Upsi- strength of the various teams en- -
Ion along with Theta Kappa Nu tered in the four leagues, the race Lenses and Frames made ;
and Theta Chi. The fifth team in Iis almost sure to prove to be rath- j To Order
this league will be furnished by an er close, with most of the inde- Opical Prescriptions
engineering group and will be pendent squads in the dark horse =
known as Engineers. role. -ild
Five Teams In League Chi Psi Easy Winner HALLER
The National league consists of However, two teams alreadyw
squads entered by Theta Delta Chi, have the jump on the rest by en- State St. Jewelers
Xi Psi Phi, and Delta Kappa Upsi- gaging in a closely contested prac- ¬įglllIIIIIII11

grows progressively worse from
the freshman to senioir years is the
opinion of Dr. Dean F. SmileyI
head of the department of Hygienej
and Preventative medicine at Cor-
nell University.

MACK TUTORINO AGENCY corner of South University and
310 S. State. Phone 7927 Forest. Let us save you 20 per-
. T. T. F. c cent on your repair work. Only
£YPEWRITER SERVICE-New Cor one shoe factory in town.
ona, Royal, Underwood, Reming- TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
ton portables, also used large and rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9387.
portable typewriters of all makes ;c
bought, sold, rented, exchangedN
cleaned, repaired. Large stock. NOTICE-Dial 3916,oe Laundry,'
cleaed, epared.Lare stck. 204 N. Main St., for laundry ser-
best service, considerate prices. vice with real personal attention
Phone 6615. 0. D. Morrill, 1'! like received at home. C
Nickels Arcade.




Save money on stationery. Get
100 sheets and 50 envelopes with
the school insignia and your
monogrammed initials printed
on the sheets and envelopes.
Your choice of either linen or
ripple finish paper, packedi in a
neat box, for $150,
Samples Sent on Request.
Gene R. Austin

now for

NOTICE - We are closing out our
HALL - Men's only full line of Dresses ana Wardrobe
Reserve your rooms Trunks at cost. Koch & Ilenne.
the second semester. c

FOR SALE-$55 Tuxedo, one sea-
son old, but has been used very
little and shows no wear at all,
can be had for $12. Its size is No.
37 or 38. It is tailored in latest
style, a straight hanging coat
with long, easy rolling lapel. The
pants are tailored with full 20-
inch leg. Phone 5017 and ask for
"Tom" during the noon hour, or
call at 502 E. Madison and ar-
range to see it. 89,90,91,92,93,94
FOR RENT---Clean, warm front
suite and single room. 537 Elm.
Phone 5291.89
FOR RENT---Large front room for
two girls in quiet home. 1016 For-
est Ave. Phone 22330. 89

Phone 4078

Ann Arbor, A

Mich I

1928- Isaac

FOR RENT --Single room in private
home. Upped class or graduate
student preferred. Phone 6623.
' 89,90,91,92,93
FOR RE\PT -Spacious front rooms,
'icconimnodiat(, four. $2 per man.
Also-light houek'-c'pg. 522 S.
4th Ave. Dial 6430. 89,90,91
FOR RENT- -Desirable front suite
and single. Reasonable. 529 Wal-
nut. 89,90,91,92,93,94
FOR R E N T - Desirable suite in
small house one block from cam-
pus. Phone 7543. - 89',90,91
FOR RENT---Rooms or men, heat
and hot water all the time. One
suite, one large double, one single.
Call mornings or evenings, 6976.

Walo os

Plan now

o e t W, ovu

for your trip to Europe
on American ships
$184.50 and up, round trip
Tourist Third Cabin
T HOUSANDS of students last year took vacation trips to
Europe on United States Liners. Thousands will go this
year. Many of them have planned already, and are making their
reservations now. They're "travel-wise." They know about the
delicious cuisine on these ships, the generous staterooms, the
wide, sun-swept decks, the American standards of comfort and
luxury, and about the courteous stewards who speak your own
language. Your student agent or your nearest steamship agent
will tell you about Tourist Third Cabin accommodations that
are always "a good buy" on the Leviathan, George Washington,
America, Republic, President Harding, and President Roosevelt.
United States Lines

Telphne HItchll28O00

FOR RENT-Approved rooms for
men students. Warm and com-
fortable. Board if desired. 821
Packard, at Greenwood. Phone
3153. 88,89,90
FOR RENT-Two nice single rooms.
1001.Forest. 88,89,90
FOR RENT-Double front room,
private family, steam heat, well
lighted, reasonable rates. 1106
Forest. c
FOR RENT-A desirable suite, also
single, and double rooms, in good
location. 429 S. Division. 88,89,90
FOR RENT-A large suite of rooms
for the second semester, situated
near Law Club. Tel. 21888; 517 E.
Madison. 87,88,89
FOR RENT-One sing-le room in
private home. jpperclassnen or
j graduate student preferred.
FOR RENT-Single or double room.
1109 Prospect. Dial 8870. 87,88,89
FOR RENT-Large, desirable suite
and single room. Dial 8194. 939
Greenwood Ave. 87,88,89
FOR RENT-Double room, beauti-
fully furnished, for men students,
3 minutes from campus. 707 Tap-
pan. Dial 21850. 87,88,89
FOR RENT-Large front suite for
two or three students, also large
double room, will rent single or
double. Vacancy in a large room
for one man. Garages for rent.
Prices reasonable. 425 S. Division.
FOR RENT-Feb..1, first floor front
two-room apartment, grate, Frig-
idaire. 513 E. Jefferson. Dial 3652.
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment
for two or three girls or young
couple. Also single room: for girl.
Steam heat, cross ventilation.
Bath including shower. Available
now. Dail 8544 or 9714. 422 E.
Washington. 87,88,89
L OS T - Grey fountain pen and
small black and gold .pencil. Re-
turn Greenberg, 8907. 89

I t,

R~eproduction fr~m_+ n,
old'print showing one,
of the steps toward
pes-ent day Yedca-
i Transport'atxor'.,

L 0 S T-A garnet bracelet with
guard chain, Friday night, Janu-
ary 18, either at Granger's or on
State between Granger's and
Hill. Finder please return. Re-
ward. Call 8214. 89,90,91
LOST-Alpha Chi Omega pin at
Granger's, Friday night. Reward.
Finder please notify Box No. 13.
LOST-Mouse colored Scotch ter-
rier. Has W. L. Day on collar. Re-
ward. Call 4418. 88,89,90
LOST-Valuable papers in manila
folder marked "Carr: Sociology.
Probably left in'campus building.

T ODAY Civilization marches onward and upward. The development,
Tof a city requires tall buildings which increase land values by giving
added income from costly real estate.


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