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October 10, 1911 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ATHLETIC ELECTION
TO BE HELD SOON
Three New Managers of Mich-
igan Tems wil be
Selected
MITCHELL NOMINATES TWO MEN.
The annual fall election of the Ath-
letic association will occur Saturday,
Oct. 21, at a place to be named later.
The offices to be filled are those of
track manager, baseball manager and
interscholastic manager.
Details of the electin are given out
as follows: The polls will be open
from 7:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. The
captains of the teams making nomi-
nations to the director of outdoor ath-
letics at least 48 hours before -he
close of the tine set for nominations,
Saturday, Oct. 14, at 6 p. m. There
can be but two men nominated for
the respective offices but any member
of the Athletic association may become
a candidate by presenting a petition
with 75 Athletic association members
as signers to the director of outdoor
athletics before the time for closing
the nominations. The election board
is to consist of the board of directors
and the other officials appointed by
the board.
captain Mitchell of the baseball
team had already madehis nia-
tions for the office of baseball i ana-
ger, naming Earl Good and Joe Burge.
The nomination for track manager
will be made by Captain "Pat" Gai-
ble and for interscholastic manager
by the captains of all the athletic
teans.
Versatile Mrobat gt' Majeti.
Nat Naair6, who is an attraction
at the Maaestic theater this 'eek,
boasts of having had stage names
Lionel de . Harvard of London,
England, this fall entered as a fresh-
man the famous university founded
two hundred and seventy-five years
ago by one of his ancestors.
Daily want ads ae faiders of lost
articles.
Have your conveyanding and prac-
tice court work typewritten by McNitt
& Lewis, 302 S. State St.
'6 &7
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Noted Alumnus Answers Call.
Hon. Joseph V. Quarles, '68, former
United States Senator from Wiscon-
sin, died at his home in Milwaukee
Saturday after a long illness. For the
past six years he had 1been judge of
of the United States circuit court at
Milwaukee. He was 68 years old.
Judge Quarles came to the uni-versi-
ty immediately after the close 6f the
Civil war in which he had fought.
The original hamburger will open
soon and have a fresh lot of Hamburg-
er's. Watch for them at 603 E. Lib-
erty. Orders of 40 cents or over will
be delivered promptly as usual from
5 p. m. until 2 a. m. Special atten-
tion to freshmen. Come and get ac-
quainted. 4tf

* * * * * * * * * *
* CLASSIFIED ADS. *
*~ * * * * * * * * *
Wlanted-Hgh School students to sell
S. L. A. Tickets. Good commissions.
Apply to Treasurer, Graduate School
office, U. Hall, daily at 4 o'clock. 6
Lost-Duplex slide rule between En-
gineering Building and 635 S. Ingals.
Call 1278-L. 6 & 7
Lost-Missouri State Interscholastic
medal, gold. Call Bell Phone 1340-
L. Reward. 6 & 7
Lost-Kappa Kappa Gamma pin be-
tween Liberty and Miller Ave. Re-
turn to 917 S. Fifth Ave., or call
Bell 1031. Reward. 6 & 7.
Lost-Kappa Kappa Gamma key be-
tween State and Hill, on the campus
or Church street. Phone 390. Re-
ward.. 6 & 7
For Rent--Desirable suite, redecorat-
ed, modern furnishings. Located
one-half a block from campus. 433
Maynard, Phone 1376-J. 6
For Rent-Two nice suites and one
single room, in first block from
campus. All- conveniences. 237 S.
Ingalls. 6
For Sale--A high grade mandolin with
new leather case. 1020 S. Universi-
ty, phone 904-J. 5-6-7-8
Daily advertisers are making pos-
sible a larger newspaper for Michigan.
WILL ENLARGE WIRELESS PLANT
To Have Best College Equipment in
the Country.
Not satisfied with ranking with
Harvard as the only school having a
complete wireless equipment, the En-
gineering departient intends enlarg-
ing their present plaint. Wifes are
going to be run to the top of the
power house chimney, a height of 150
feet, or ninety feet higher than the
present aerial. With this equipment
messages can be received from Buf-

Kollauf cuts and makes clothes for
the college men. Old Post Office Bldg.
Main and Ann Sts. 3tf
For a quiet afternoon or evening go
up the Huron. U. of M. BOAT LIV-
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Tel. 458
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Pianos to Rent.
Schaeberle & Son,

Shoes repaired while you wait. An-
dres, 222 So. State St. Stf
Varsity Tailoring Parlors, 336 S.
State St., Agency for Ed. Strauss Co.
Enough said. 4tf
Sweaters cut over at the Palais
Royal, 209 E. Liberty. 1-tf
The Kempf Music Studios. Piano
and Pipe-Organ, Voice. 312 So. Di-
vision St. Bell Phone 1076-3. 1-6
Varsity Tailoring Parlors 336 State.
Agency for Ed. Strauss Co. Enough
said. 4tf
Daily advertisers are presenting
propositions advantageous to you.

S. Main St.
We set glass. Major & Co.
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able to pick up messages even from
the Atlantic coast. It is hoped to
have the additions completed some
time while the students are home for
a vacation, as it will be impossible to
work on the powerhouse chimney
while the boilers are in operation.
Prof. Parker has been able to as-
certain the amount of electricity that
can be held in the system between
the ground and the wires, which has
been found to be .007 of a micro-
farad.
Although a plant is intended for ex-
perimental and research work, the
students in control have been
able to pick up messages from
Lake Huron and from points in Ohio:
The greatest distane reported is 100
miles. The energy of the receiving
is so great that the messages can be
heard all over the room. This elim-
inates the necessity of using the head
set.
There's easy money for any respon-
sible student in taking Daily subscrip-
tions.
At the University of Pennsylvania,
250 freshman succeedded in divesting
60 sophomores of their trousers in the
annual"Pants Fight."

121-123 S. Main St.
Say, boys
Home Tea Room Home Tea
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othe prettiest and cosiestplacaito eat in the city
Itoo. In connection is a large reception halil and rest ro
be foundto holdabanquet. Open from7:30-a.m. to 7:30 p.:
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Your Party
I Cater To Clubs and
Frats

The STUDENTS' LECTURE
will present nine numbers this year,
secured and the iinth iumber is guara
class attraction. We-Will Not prase
Oratorical Contest.

The progressive business men
vertise in the Daily.

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In U. Hall Office Hours--baily at4:00

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