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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1930

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ME SEVIM

SAUDYNVMBR1, 90THIHIA AIYV

Nine Big Ten Contests1
Scheduled for Tody
(Continued From. Page 6)
year and they want to avenge it
by turning the tables in today's
game.
Purdue with one defeat in the
conference tackles the Butler eleven
with all intentions of smearing
them all over the gridiron. T#ey
should have little trouble doing
this, and with Indiana yet t meet
in the conference they will tie for
the top if the leaders now both
drop their games. The remaining
game is that of Iowa with Penn
State which should be pretty good
since both are about on a par, al-
though Iowa has been picking up
lately.

Freshmnan Golfers to
iramu~ra E ws IWind Up Season Soon
The Freshman golf tournament
__u'der the direction of Coach Ris-
- key iS rapidly drawing to a close.
CROS ,COUNTRY in the Intramural building. D-lta In the upper bracket Geo. David
Frosh-Lits wo the Inter-Class Sigma Pi won from Dolt? a dee . eie ina hotly con-
cross country meet by placing Ost-! Phi. 2 games out of 2, wh ile 4testcS mn-atch, to rea-ch the finals,
rander, Iick, and Dickenspn in Lambda Chi Alpiha beat Phi ap wile in the lowee b aeket the fin-
position of one-two-three. Ostran- Sigma by the same s ore. In Mhe alist has not been dceided. C.
der needtd the slow time of 17:15 final match of the evening Phi eoige has alrea:iy re shed the
for the thre-tile run. 4nior- Sigma Kappa easily defeated Chi semi-finals but the other quarter-
Engineer's placed secqpd, gather- Psi, 2 gamIes ot of 2. mal between EBde Dyton and M.
ing 17 points as against 6 for the SchIols has niot LS decided. Day-
Frosh-Lits. Tie winners will get TER-F ATENITY SWLMlNG ton ranks a.; h prime forite to
numerals and sweaters and 75 Chi Phi made 30 points to Tau dipa e c - 2 lo:, bat is apt to
oints towyards the all-year t ophy. Kappa Epsilon 11, in a one-sided meet with considerable difficulty
swimming meet Thursday night in from the other two contendclrs.
the Intramural pool. Then Chi Phi Riskey is anrxioas to have the re-
Beta Theta Pi defeated Sigma duplicated their victory in a close maining matches played off before
Chi, 2 games to 1, Thursday night water polo meet, 4 to 3. snow terminates the season.

DAYTON

FAVOREDI

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IN CAMPUS GOLF1
Dan Dayton by virtue of his winI
over C. J. Thomas has established
himself as the favorite to cop the
All-Campus Golf tournament now
nearing completion. This victory,
carried him to the finals in the up-
per bracket.

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Unbc4en Grid Tepms
to See Action Today
(Continued from Page 6)
the Yale-Princeton tussle at the
Princeton bowl will be by far the
most colorful, packed as it is with
54 years of traditional rivalry. Yale
is conceded the game easily, despite
the most valiant efforts on the

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A. Redniss by his victory over part of Bill Roper to change the
Dick Gustine demonstrated that he verdict of last season. Harvard is
is capable of giving any golfer on entertaining Holy Cross this weep,
the campus a hard tussle, however, while New York University takes
and may prove a stumbling blockIon Georgetown. The Cornell-Dart-
in Dayton's path. Coach Emmons mouth and the Colgate-Syracuse
' games today will be farfrcm tame
in charge of the tournament, hopes affairs. Navy will be busy at Bal-
to get the two finalists together for timore trying to stop the Southern
their match this week, if possible. IMethodist horde.

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cooking with the ELECTROCHEF electric range. Among the many

comments from

users,

this fact stands out: The cooking cost

differs but little from other cooking methods

a In order to

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made a study of the electric bills of families using ELECTROCHEF
electric cooking. From the five thousand homes now cooking with
the ELECTROCHEF, 500 names were chosen-without discrimination
-in Detroit and Southeastern Michigan. A study of the electric
bills of these 500 families showed an average cost of $2.94 for
a month's cooking. On the basis of 4.2 persons in each family

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