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VARSITY TENNIS MEN'
UOLP TRY-OUTS THIS FALL
Captain Andrews of the tennis team,
has issued a call for all men to report
for fall practice. Try-outs will be
held this fall to get a line on the men
so that a squad of seven can be picked
early in the spring. Practice is being
held every afernoon at Ferry field,
and those who intend to try out should
report at once. The summer school
tournament which was held about the
middle of August, was won by George
Ehlers.
INTERSCHOLASTIC MEET MAY
COME BACK TO' MICHIGAN.

Schoolmaster's club will be discontin-
ued and that Michigan and M. A. C.
will revive their meets.
Following a misunderstanding as to
eligibility rules last year, the meets
of both schools were called off, and the
meet in Detroit was the only one stag-
ed. Manager Bartelme stated that
although nothing authoritative had
been brought to his attention, it seem-
ed probable that the meet may be re-
vived and that Michigan would wel-
come the return of the high school
athletes.
SOCCER FOOTBALL TO BE NEW
FEATURE IN MICHIGAN SPORT.

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Thursday, Oct.
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Ethel Cadian, John Megan
Florence Morrison, Harry Delf
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Schoolmasters Find it no Easy
to Stage Usual Spring
Track Contests.

Athletic Authorities Decide to

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Evidently the Michigan Schoolmas-
ter's Association has found that the
staging of an interscholastic track
meet is not the easiest thing in the
world, and from advices received
from Saginaw it seems probable they
will return the privilege to Michigan.'
Although the matter will not be de-
cided until the October meeting, the
opinion sems to be that the meet,
which was staged last spring at De-
troit under the management of the

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Soccer a Try-out as an
All Student Sport.
If there are any devotees of soccer
football in the University of Michigan
they will have an opoprtunity to raise
the sport of soccer to the standing of
an inter-class sport.
With the new system of supporting
athletics calling for an opportunity
for more students to participate in
athletic activities, the management of
the athletic association has, decided to
give soccer a try-out as an all stu-
dent sport. I is the present plan of
the athletic authorities to issue a call
to all men interested in the soccer. If
enough respond to warrant making the
form of football popular in California
colleges an inter-class sport, teams
will be organized in each class. If
there are not enough men interested'
to make this procedure expedient it is
probable that the game will be given a
try-out as an inter-department activity
as was the case with the spot of
hockey last winter.
It has not been decided when the
call for soccer players will be issued.
INTERCLASS FOOTBALL TEAMS
COMMENCE THEIR WORK SOON.
Several interclass football teams
will get into action this week. Though
college work has hardly got under
way, several of the class managers
have issued calls for their candidates
and expect to have them practicing
before the week is over.
A meeting of all class football man-
agers has been issued for Friday ev-
ening at 7:30 at the athletic office,
when it is expected plans for the sea-
son will be discussed.
COACH RICKEY GIVES ADVICE
TO ALL BASEBALL CANDIDATES.

The Best of all,

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asus back from Olympus brought
Iayyam, that Ancient Persian Sport,
ropped him in on Broadway. "Pipe the-Turk,"
)wd yelled, "He's some Circus Aeronaut."
got me Wrong", cried Omar, "I'm the Boy!"
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:nr Cigarette now bears my Name."
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Coach Branch Rickey of he Varsity
baseball team visited Ann Arbor Sat-
urday and Sunday, and issued a word
of warning to a number of his promis-
ing candidates for the 1913 nine, urg-
ing them to keep up in their scholastic'
work in order that the team would not
suffer from ineligibility of players.
While here Rickey expressed confi-
dence in the eligibility of Sisler, the
lad who is expected to pitch Michigan
to victory on the diamond next spring.
SYSTEMATIC CA-HPAIGN FOR
UNION MEMBERSHIP BEGINS.
Opening measures toward a system-
atized Michigan Union membership
campaign were taken yesterday after-
noon when work was outlined to can-
vass the fraternity men. Plans were
made -whereby a committee, composed,
of one representative from each fra-
ternity with William Trible, '13, as
chairman, will direct a thorough cam-
paign among the fraternities.
Dr. de Nancrede Returns Tomorrow.
Dr. C. B. G. de Nancrede, who has
been teaching in the medical school
of Dartmouth college during the sum-
mer, is expected to return to Ann Ar-
bor tomorrow.
Loose-leaf note books of every kind
-Your name in gold on cover without
expense to you, at Wahr's University
Bookstore. 1 to 6

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