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HAS BRILLIANT PROSPECTS.
Prospects for the varsity track team
next spring are the brightest in years,
according to Captain Haff. All of the
point-winners in the intercollegiate
have returned to college this fall, and
unless "cons" interfere In the mean-
time, they will all be eligible, when
spring training begins. The rest of the
first-string men will be in line to
strengthen the team, as well as prom-
ising material from last year's fresh-
man squad. "Hap" Haff, who finished
fourth in the 400-meter race at Stock-
holm this su'mmer, "Jimmie" Craig,
Kohler and Sargent will form the nu-
cleus of a team that should "cop" at
Philadelphia next spring.
Michigan Instructor Made Professor.
Dr. Matthew Kollig, former instruct-
or of anatomy at this university has
been appointed professor of histology
and embryology, and junior professor
of anatomy at George Washington
University, Washington, D. C. He is
succeeded by Dr. R. A. McGarry, '12
PeJace of Sweets
F~xsrrih the tae Crew, tX
Attention to Fraternities
ON MAIN STREET
Suits, Freshman Caps,
iirts. Agents for
Saturday, October 5.-Senior lit reac-
quaintance party at Barbour gym, 9
Saturday, October 5.-Case vs. Michi-
gan at Ferry field, 2:30 p. m.
Saturday, October 5.-Opening Michi-
gan Union dance at the Union, 9
Tuesday, October 8.-Bishop Williams
at Newberry Hall, 5 p. m.
Tuesday, October 8.-Michigan Union
membership committee smoker at
the Union, 8 p. m.
Phone 11 60-L E. J. LOHR, Proprietor
-o. Typewriters for Students
1000 late Smith, Underwood, Ri
ngton, $10 to $50. Free T
$1.00 weekly or rent apply.I
fresh alog and samples, ribbons, pap
Detroit Typewriter Co.
Wednesday, October 9.-Varsity
Reserves at Ferry field, 4 p. m.
HAZING CEASES AS
SUDDENLY AS BEGUG
Silence pervaded the streets of Ann
Arbor last night and hazing disappear-
ed with the same suddenness that it
broke out on the previous evenings.
There was no street demonstration
and from all that could be learned the
rules were obeyed in all parts of the
In the evening a crowd of about
thirty young men collected in the vi-
cinity of the Majestic theater. A close
inspection of the throng which was
somewhat motely and armed with
sticks, disclosed the fact that it was
composed of some of the element of
Ann Arbor and not of university stu-
dents. The police dispersed the gath-
YOST'S ALL TIME MICHIGAN
TEAM CAUSES SURPRISE
The new booklet, "What's What at
Michigan" is a interesting volume in
regard to athletics. The collected
scores and statistics are remarkably
accurate and the All Time Michigan
team selected by Yost affords consid-
erable food for thought. The men
whom Yost has seen fit to give this
signal honor to are among the greatest
athletes of the country and the selec-
tion is unquestioned.
One of the surprises of the selec-
tions is the fact that Tom Hammond is
given the call over Johnny Garrels for
the full back position and Maddock
over Schults. But 'no one is better
fitted than the Coach to chooseand
this team will probably go down in
Wanted-We have openings for five
ambitious young men, who can not
afford to enter college this year, by
which they can make enough money
in one year to pay their entire col-
ledge expenses. Inquire E. W. Rich-
ardson Co., Malcolm Bldg., 600 E.
Liberty. 2 to 5
Found-On E. University avenue a bill
case containing several bills. Owner
may have same upon identification
and payment for ad. A. M. Fox,
1212 E. Ui~iversity. Phone 1227-L.
Lost-Watch fob with gold locket. In-
itials L. 0. B. Call 1054-L Blunt.
Lost-Two twenty dollar bills belong-
ing to one of Michigan's self-sup-
porting foreign students. Return to
University Y. M. C. A.
Lost-Delta Tau Delta jewel fraternity
pin. Finder return to 126 Packard
or Delta. Tau Delta House. Reward.
For Rent--Steam heated rooms over
Calkins' Pharmacy suitable for club.
For Rent-To earnest student, of good
habits, who desires quiet, pleasant
room in a private house one-half
block from campus and next door to
a small boarding house. No other
roomers. Inquire at 414 Church St.
For Rent-Elegant front suite. In-
quire Mrs. John Burg, 612 Madison
For Rent-A large single room with
fire-place. Use of phone. Four
blocks east of campus. 535 Walnut.
For Hire-A large touring car, daily
after three P. M. Rates on applica-
tion. Call Judson 909. 3-4
For Rent-A desirable suite one block
south of the campus; hot and cold
water in rooms. Inquire at 802 Mon-
roe St. 3-4-5
. cC~py&w cO10I
312 South Division Street
1 i ftT'T Fall
epcialty. Bell Phone 1390-J E. E. HAYLE
The Kempf Music
Piano, Organ, Voice, Cot
TOAY 3 p.m.
Silver Nut Pick Sets 7 Pieces
Free to College Men
Rig Wild West Show
For the young men
college age who de
iudsviduality and s
prepared to show ,si
be glad to try on
The fabrics and patter
correct for Fall, and th
English, three button s
button conservative and
in Norfolk style. Ma
own secifications -r
ANN ARBOR OFFICE
334 South State St., Up-Stairs.
The Great White Sign
lead The lad
Shrine of all lovers
of good, live
Motion Picture Plays
To the Freshmen and New
Michigan Men THE TEMPL
announces that it has clear
motion plays in the cleanest
and most attractive Ant
Arbor Picture Emporium.
ADMISSION 5o ADMISSION 50
Thursday, October 10.-Faculty con-
cert at the high chool hall, 8 p. m.
BIG "BILL" SMITH E NCOURAGES
RESERVES BY BUCKING VARSITY
The poor down-trodden scrubs re-
ceived some encouragement in a ma-
terial form during yesterday after-
noon's scrimmage drill. Big "Bill"
Smith, coach of the reserves, appar-
ently didn't like the way things were
going during a portion of the contest
and decided to get into the game him-
self. With the ball in the Varsity's
possession on the three yard line,
"Bill" stepped into the breach. He,
took a position on the scrub line and
for three downs held the Varsity. On
the fourth play the regulars took the'
ball over the line by an end run.
Drawing instruments-Some splen-
did second-hand sets of high grade in-
struments at Wahr's University Book-
store. 1 to 5
For a gym suit or football outfit try
Wahr's University Bookstore. 1 to 10
Rain coats for men on sale at Allen's
Good Clothes Store. Main St. 2 to 5
Collegian Clothes for college men
on sale at Allen's Good Clothes Store.
Main St. 2 to 5
All kinds of College Caps, on sale at
Allen's Good Clothes Store. Main St.
2 to 5
THE HOUSE OF STANDARD
HENRY & CO.
'Thet Your Clothes
Quite Necessary so
called For and
All kinds of Michigan Jewelry
ock and Jewelry Repairing'
et one of 'our alarm clocks
IRVINC C. SCHLEEDE
t. Opposite Law Bidg.
annSurplus $100,000 rborDyeworks
sisnessTransaeted French Dry and Steam Cleaning
4k, PEes., W . EhHa.ri-
J. Fritz, Cashier. Bell 628 204 E. Washington St.
hand text books in great
at Wahr's University Book-
1 to 6
Lab. Supplies, 'Aprons, shop tools,
etc., at Wahr's University Bookstore.
1 to 6
Dealer in Furniture,
112, 114, 116, 118, 120 and 122 E.
Polar Mackinaws on sale at:
Good Clothes Store. Main St.
2 to 5
BOTH PHONES 148
Reule, Conlin, Fiegel
ng men's store aims to keep In close, constant touch with its clientele absorbing the ideas and studying the individual tastes of alert and progressive young fellows
who regard correct attire as an asset in social and business life. Autumn's finest in Furnishings
values at...................................$1.50 and up to $2.50
onln, Fieidel Co.
Mwhattan, headquarters for these famous Shirts............................$1.50 t
Hosiery, extra strong showing at............................
Great values in Fall Underwear.................................................. 1