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PAGE SEVEN

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CREGS IULATION GAMEI

Veenker Uses Three

Complete

Lineups in Scrimmage;
Regulars Win.

NORM DANIELS

STARS

(Continued From Page 6)
points to the subs' eight by the end
of the half. Hudson accounted for
five of these and stamped himself
as being one of the leaders for
first string forward substitute.
The Blues and Whites both got
off to a slow start and only one
basket was scored during the first
ten minutes of play, but the Varsity
regulars finally found themselves
and unleashed an attack that was
fast and deceptive, which, together
with good passing and accurate
shooting, put them out ahead of
the second stringers.
Williamson Sinks Two.
Williamson, teamed with Root at
guard on the sub team, sunk two
long shots to account for half of
his team's score in the first period.
Petrie and Baldwin gained a basket
apiece.
Immediately at the close of the
half, the second string team enter-
ed another battle with the third
five taking the opposition. This
quintet was composed of Edwards
and McDonald at the forward posts,
Ricketts at center, and O'Neill and
Downing at guard. Due to the
strain of the first period with the
Varsity, the- second stringers were
unable to cope with the attack of
the fresh quintet and Edwards and
Ricketts took the scoring leads.
Eveland Goes In.
The third period of scrimmage
saw the regulars with Eveland re-
placing Hudson facing the third
team, which had Cox at forward in
place of Edwards. Daniels again
proved the star performer, and the
Blues took the lead, although Rick-
etts and Downing both scored early
in the period. Eveland, Weiss, Shaw,
and Altenhoff showed precision in
their attack and with Daniels ac-
curate eye for the basket fast wid-
ened the margin of points.
Bremen, a football player, saw
service in the last part of the game,
and Tessmer was out for practice
for the first time since he injured
his ankle. He was not well enough
to scrimmage.

Intramural News
FRATERNITY STANDINGS. FRATERNITY HOCKEY.
With speedball and cross country With an increased interest being
being the only fraternity sports shown this year in hockey coinpeti-
that have been completed so far tion 14 fraternities have already
this year the standing list reveals signified their intention of entering I
Alpha Kappa Lambda holding the I a team, as against a total entry
lead with a total of 215 list of only 20 last year. If entries
points, a icontinue to come in at the present
lead of 22 over their nearest rivals, rate a total list of more than 30
Tau Kappa Epsilon. These two ag- teams will probably be attained.
gregations have a good-sized inar- Any organizations desiring to en-
greatinon thae reai goodsir- ter the hockey play are advised to
gin over the remaining first ten send in their list at once. The
teams. The complete standings for University rink is available for
the first ten follows: practice at 10:00 o'clock every night
1. Alpha Kappa Lambda ......215' excepting Saturday and Sunday1
2. Tau Kappa Epsilon ........193 starting December 12. Any groups
3. Beta Sigma Psi.............146 desiring to obtain the ice for prac-1
4. Theta Xi ..................141 tice should call the Intramural de-
5. Delta Alpha Epsilon ........140 partment at 22101.
6. Theta Chi .................136
7. Delta Upsilon ..............134 FRATERNITY WRESTLING.
8. Delta Kappa Epsilon .......118 Wednesday night will witness the
9. Phi Beta Delta .............118 opening rounds of the annual all-
10. Alpha Omega .............116 fraternity wrestling meet. The mat
Theta Chi won the all-year cham- carnival is scheduled to get under
pionship last year, but as they rank way at 7:00 o'clock with 24 fraterni-
sixth at the present time they will ties having contestants entered.
have a hard struggle to retain their. Phi Beta Delta, defending cham-
laurels this season. pions. have another strong team of
grapplers entered, and promise to
E L GCNDER give a hard fight before relinquish-
Yng their crown.

400 Young Voices
Old Novels from Provence, England and Germany. Choral music from
Bach, Praetorius, Calvisius, Gretchaninov, Lvorsky and Max Reger. Ameri-
can Motet, English Partsong and a Glee, Old Flemish Madrigal, Irish
Fold Tune. Interlude for the Virginal and Recorder player by John
Challis.
Pease Auditorium, Ypsilanti, Thursday,

Old Music

CHRISTMAS MUSIC
YPSI NORMAL CHOIR
FREDERICK ALEXANDER, Conductor

ADVERTISING -

NOTICE

Old Instruments

sacrificing Kashan Persian rug
for $175. Dial 4095 noons or eve-
nings. 612
CLARINET, B flat, Bahm system,
Holton make, perfect condition. *
Very cheap. Phone 3212. 516
Packard. EVenings. 635

TO NEW YORK CITY - Fastest
Canadian schedule, comfortable
reclining chairs, heat under each
seat, two drivers, inside baggage
NEVINE BUS LINES
racks: $23.50 Round Trip.
New Granada Cafe, 313 S. State
Phone 21159, 11-7, after 7 6829.

LOST

LOST-Will person who took reefer
coat by mistake from Reference
Room, General Library on Mon-
day evening please call Mr Cam-

December 11

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50 cents; no reserved seats
Doors closed for Prelude 8:00 to 8:30 P. M.

GEOLOGY 1-Tutoring by Mr. eron at Univ. 652 or stop in Room
T o m m i e Mack in Lakes -- 213, Library. 23
Weathering-Dunes and Review BLACK leather notebook, 8x5, on
Exami questions. 310 South State. BaCKuseThursyornin,. ,on
Phone 7927. 6123C i campus Thursday morning. Notes
Phoe_ 72.____6123______vital. Please return. Reward.
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair Phone 22849. 2
rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9087.

CHRISTMAS CARDS
GIFTS
Make Your Selections Now and
Disappointment Later

and
Avoid

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FOR RENT

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1111 SOUTH UNIVERSITY
HALF BLOCK EAST OF CAMPUS PHONE 4744

WEST SIDE-Modern apt., unfur-
nished, three rooms and private
bath, heated; garage; very rea-
sonable. Phone 6187. 21
ELM ST.-Suite, large, closet,heat,
light, furnished or unfurnished.
Phone 21467. 234
FOR SALE
STUDENT needing money badly

LOST-Black leather note book in
League building. Green Parker
pen in note book. Finder may
keep pen if notes are returned.
tdelp! Help! all 22519. Owner in
great distress. 123
TAMPA, FLA. - Two young men
driving to Tampa for Xmas. Will
take one or two more to share
expenses. Phone 8241, between 1
and 5 p. m.
WANT ADS PAY!

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Freshman Track Squad Divided
for Indoor Competition.
(Continued From Page 6)
jump, pole vault, shot put, and 35-
lb. weight events scheduled to be
run off. Patrick will be the only
competitor in the last named event,
in whcih he will try for a record.
Wilson and Moisio should put on
a merry battle in the high jump
with a new freshman record apt to
go to either of them. The present

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record stands at five Beet eleven
and three-quarter inches, while
both of the boys above named have
done over five feet 10 inches in
practice. In the shot put Salmon
appears to be the class of the field
while Meyers and Lassala appar-
ently will be able to carry off hon-
ors in the pole vault.

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-- REPAIRING
NEW YORK, Dec. 8.-Len Maca-Almaesomchn.. "
luso, ColgateKfullback, who leads All makes of machines.
the nation's scorers, added one sournequipensderd
poin tohis ota aganstNew orkamong the best in the State. The result
university Saturday as he booted of twenty years' careful building.
the extra point after Colgate'.,
touchdown and brought his mark 0. D. MORRILL
for the season to 145 points. 314 South State St. Phone 6615

The ;thrifikdollirtof today will Ibuy: more! We recognize the increased
buying-power ;of the;dollar'and we now take Action..-Today's per-
chases made' at Browning,.King & Co., will command a faregreater
immediate saving than has been possible for a decade.

,.. ve i 'es
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ouj Entire Stocks of

Men's and Boys' Clothing;

A solution of your gift
problem may be found at
Burr,Patterson,Auld&Co.
Here you may have the
opportunity to make a selec-
tion from a large stock of

zt Prur..,e .v. Ws ~ ditments-alb

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Every man who appreciates style and value should take
advantage of our Action. We are not mentioning in detail
allitems included in this immense price-movement. The fol-
lowing will serve to give an idea of the unusual VALUES,
ND . ) IN EVERY DEPARTMENTI

Rings,

Sister

Pins,

All Kinds of Fraternity Jewelry

SUITS-..
Stylish single and double breasted models in smart
effects ". many diversified weaves, loomed
'exclusively for Browning, King & Co., in all the
season's newest and smartest colorings and fabrics,
and all tailored in our own factories.

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and many other suitable
gifts for Fraternity men and
Sorority women.
603 Church Street

OVERCOATS
In single and double breasted models, Chester.
fields, Ulsters, Raglans and Greatcoats.
In a splendid variety of the most desirable fabrics,
including Boucles, Fleeces. Tweeds, Meltons and
other weaves.
Styles suitable for business,~dress and the great

FURNISHINGS
SHIRTS We havere-priced our complete assort.
ment of distinctive, better-made shirts«.-including all
wanted fabrics, patterns and styles. With collar attached
or neckband. t

A for$S
$185 3 for'$3.5O

Am" 50
125 1

> )40d. to soil at,
$ and $2.00
y Mad* to soil at>
$2.50 and $3.00
Mod3t.so e.t e
41350, _$500 nd vp3

made to tell for 30

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Experience
* . . as an asset means
nothing to tw . . . unless
we can pass it on

$ 50
made to sell for$ 40 & 45
75 made to sell for$50 &$55
SILK LINED
-made to fell for 60 and up
SILK LINED
Light and Medium Weight Topcoats
$1950 and2754
Formerly $30 to $65

537 0 made to sell for
$3 50 55 and $60
S50 made to sell for
-%1" 65 $70 and$75
From lowest to highest priced the values are out-
standing, the qualities and tailoring typical of
Browning, King & Co. standard.

outdoors..
$2550
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made to sell for
'30 and $35
made to soll for
.40 and $45

NECKWEAR ass rtneuiwesn
colors, stripes, dots, figures, all-over effects. A sjlen~i
did opportunity to repleW.&_your w rdrobc _o: for
Christmas buying.
95 fo$ si4-t
y ~3 f$4or 2jS ia 7W12 5.OO'
DRESSING GOWfN*A44OtES7TALPPRIC{
HOSIERY, PAJAMAS AND ALL OTHER ITEMS NOT
LISTED AB0V0EPROPORTIJtAfLtAI ICM '

$ 85
L.l

3 for* $.50

PROFITABLY
patrons!

to

our

May we serve you?

[hek Up Your ,wardrbeJSpruce Up Your Appearance! Practice Thrifty pending".
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