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I IWA'S FATE 110 BE DECIDEDO TODKY,_
Continued from iPaL4(, ) ,TheMichigan Gc ;gtion :fit lh
sis, while if the ziawkeyes are al- meeting will include Athletic. Diec-
.m rector Franklin Cappon, Harry Kip-
1 h ve een co m let d ill be on - l~c G eo rg e VTe 1:er, R ay ..Fishe r,
PiK pp PsT ea the tables on the champions this tin~ueci and the schedules made up atMnCif en tv ar
year. According to pstp fr- s hy ae eean h pst Hlan, Califeenoytev a
patprom-ahhyhaebein ' at relHy.to Swim Monday ances Phi Psi seemes to be the tin--_________
Yder Clog but a slig'ht slip by either
contnuin th ir tiump antaggregation. will' give the shain-Tu fac d
march toward the fraternity duial pinhp oostoteohe. I ave yorem d ldad
s w a m p euBetauhetaePoine lled' R s u lt s b y t a l o r i n
meet championship Phi Kappa Psi b us. First class tioig at
semi-finals of the swimming tour- Vetf+ e ay15 '1i~ reasonI'able PRICES.
nament, 27-5. In the other semi- ____________________
final meet the well balanced Theta ,WIVIIN
Chi team won a victory of a. simi- i KapPs deat Ba C am elet Br th r
lar nature over Delta Sigma Delta, Theta Pi, 27-5. Talw
24-8. The final match for the ac-I Thet a Chi defeated Delta SigmaTal r
quatic championship will bringI Delta, 24-8.,.,Jo
together these two powerful aoggre-I WATER POLO' o and Paul
gati-on on Monday at 5:00 o'clock. Phi Beta Delta defeated Theta n
The impressive style both Phi Kap- Xi, 3-2. - CuImCohsAteig ~wcn
pa Psi and Theta Chi have dis- Theta Clhi defea~tedl Phi Sigma
play~d in sweeping all opposition Delta, .-0. 30SohSt'etrcIjJ228
aside should bring about a bitterlyj ALL CAMPIUS IhANDBAl L 38SuhSaeStetDa 28
cotitdthatcevealtofthe proiating eeFriemndefeatedCohn,. 2-0 Io~ olg ~~
.boltyttsevr atch oifhthe pra-ist WhFreeler defeated. Kran,,2-..
Intramural records will be lowered. Waters defeated Heller by defaC t
The Varsity basketball game oni Arthur defeated Steinberg by de- _---__-
Monday evening accounts for thel fault. -- -
unusual time scheduled for the; Hobart defeated Todd by default.
meet. I Lait defeated Veletsky, 2-0.
The fact that these teamns arej Kramer defeated White by de-
old rivals adds still moreo zest to fault.
the competition. Both of these Jones defeated Simonis by def-ault.
teams were in the finals last year Raike defeated Glaiser,' 2-0.
from which the Phi Psi's emerged, FRATERNITY HANDBALL
with the trophy. Thirsting for re- 1 Psi Upsilon defeated Phi Gamma;
venge Theta Chi is out to reverse (Delta, 2-1. f _h 0Ma

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here now and enjoy a complete assortment.
A Gift from Del Prete's is appreciated best.
They'are known for equality, beauty,
and style.

Ties, Handkerchiefs,

Pajanias,

Belt

Dressing Gowns, Hosiery. 'Hats,1
Suspendcers, Jewelry, Shirts, etc.

sets,
caps,

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Any man would app]
of these slippers in Red I
oar Black patent leather.
$2.79
O(thers at $1.a49L
Land BSo
620 East Liberty St

s Useful
,eciate a pair
Kid-Tan Kid
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-$1.79
Ol Store,
treet

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$40. -

Ntionally known Merchandise-
May wc help you?
Wh iat Price W~oolens!.
jFine, firm fabrics-the sort that is absolutely
top-notch both for looks and wear--are usually
costly. But it's a rigid' principle of ours never to
sell a single garment which is not "ctp pro snuff"
in serviceability. In fact we deliberately reduce
ou r nargin of profit to make sure that every
square 'inch o'f fabric is, right. Our patrons know
this. And that's why the demand for our
Clothing is ever on the increase. Tlake advantage
of our policy.
Special Group y
of Overcoats,*.

Winter O'Coai Price ..... $34.75
Others $25 to $50
Be 6autiful Silk Linied Tuxedo $35.

"Clothes for the College

Men"

CLEARANCE OF ALL EUROPEAN
IMPORTED GIFTS AT COST.
Because the unusual Chinese gifts
which. I import fit in so mch
better with the idea of Chinese
rugs, I am selling absolutey
1every import from Europe at
cost. Mrerrich 928 Church. Phone
( 3155. '456
A WONDERFUL way of puting
1your self through college. (In-
comes guaranteed). Address 'Box
113. 23451X3
SORORITIES! FRATERNITIES!
Orthophonic Victrola - Radiola-
Electrola 9-40. Original cost,
$1,000. In excellent condition,
used but 9 months, sacrifice for
quick sale at $350. All-electric
Super-Heterodyne; 7 tubes and
rectifier; highly polished walnut
case, not a scartch on it, size
22"x46"x47". Eight record al-
bums included. Write or phone
3873 R. H. Snelling, 2725 N.
Main St., Royal Oak, Mich. 234
H. W. CLARK
1113 South University, branch
office Factory 534 Forest Avenue.
Tailor Made Shoes to Your
Measure from $7.50 to $1100.
Riding Boots; Black or Tan.
$11.50 up
Bring Your Shoe Repairs Where
Shoes are Made. C
RADIO SERVICE
Competent service men on all
makes of radios.
ISTIMPSON RADIO SERVICE
Dial 21408 521 East Liberty
24e
PIANO TUNING- Phone 6776.
Victor Allmendinger. The Stein-
way concert artist tuner. Office
at residence, 1608 Morton Ave.'
2340
TYPING efficiently prepared. Uni-
versity Typing Service, 718 Mon-.
roe. Phone 21474. C
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
rates. M. V. Hartsuf. Dial 9387.
C
FOR RENT
NEWLY furnished room to share
with student. Former roommate
ust left school. 1110 Willard.
Phone 22959. 3X
FOR RENT-Twro single rooms near
Burns Park bus liie. Gtnteinen
p5referred. Telephone 4704 234
FOR RENT-Especially warm a-
tractive rooms for girls. Steam
heat and shower. Dial 8544. 422,
E. Washington. 2345'
BEAUTIFUL Woodland Club House,
available to rent to Fraternities
and Sororties on reasonable
terms, only 20 miles from Ann
Arbor. Call or write Mr. Peters,
R~andolph 4447, 408 Detroit av-
ing Bai~k; Building, Detroit,
Michigan, X
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Tenor' Guitar and
Tuxedo; sixe 44; cheap. Ial
8249. 4
FOR SALE-Sparton Radio; 10
months' old. Call 4618 after 6
p. In. 34
A BLACK formal French' monte~ac
overcoat in good condition with'
velvet 'collar. Dial 9419. 34
OWNER of part interest in valu-
able closein Washtenaw acre-
age will sacrifice for immediate
sale. Phone 22839 or University
429. 612456
WAN LED

enced cook and porter-Man andrrr
wife would like fraternity work,
Fine references. Phone X184,
4,i6
WANTED-Students to enjoy a real
meal. Forest Inn, 538 Forest..
_ ~2460
LOST
LOST-At Hill Auditorium Tuesday
night--bill fold containing check
and identification cards. L. F'.
Hyde 1231 Olivia avenue. Phone
9452. q45
PARKER' fountain pen on- South
U. between VWashtenaw and Forte
est, Tuesday. Please notify J. P.,
Mapes, 1437 Washenaw, Dial
6617. 4.51
LOST - Ladies' brown pure. Be-
tween, Arcade, post oti e ,and
Wild's store. Monday afternoon.
Contained drivers' license and
money. Reward.. Michigan Daily;
(Boxc 10.
LOST-A key. Mosler No. 21:.
Rewkar to Finder. phone 218G5.
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Milton' s 9Clothes
New Stykes cDily
New styles are arri ving daily
at all Miltons stores. That's why
we urge comparison with 'clothes
selling up to double our price iii
points of style, quality and vast .
ness of selections.
Millons clothes represent- a
rare achievement in value,'wich
will appeal particularly to those
men who have always consid-
eredt it necessary to spend Fortyr
dollars, and moreO
Any Suit, Overcoat, Topcot
or Tuxedo in any Milton, store,
are all one Price.
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Van, Boven accessories for eve-
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