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3 YOSTMEN NAMED ON
ALL CONFERENCE TEAM
GOETZ AND VICK
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back position to that of half back on GYMNASIUM TO BE
the all western team. Eckersall ex-
plains the shift by saying that Steke-
tee is an all around back, and be- r
cause of his kicking and passing abil- Preparatory to concentrated track
ity, right half was the place for him work this winter, Trainer D. R.'May,
on a team of stars. who is in charge of the track men,
He termed the Michigan freshman announced last night that candidates
one of the best offensive men of the: for the Varsity squad may now se-
year and complimented him highly on cure lockers in the Waterman gym-
his general football ability. nasium by making arrangements with
Goetz, the next man in line from him.
the Maize and Blue eleven, was given Workouts will be held on the out-
the first string right tackle position, door track between the gym and the
His ability to follow the ball, no mat- Medical building, anticipating the re-
ter where the play goes, won him his, moval of the barracks from the gym-
position, while his remarkable ability nasium. Later, the training will be
Influenza Gains at U. of Minnesota
A second wave of influenza has
spread over the campus at the Uni-
versity of Minnesota. Authorities be-
lieve the disease to have been spread
by the patients at the dental college.
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunday
LAST TIMES TODAY
~'OUT OF A CLEAR SKY"
SENN ETT COMEDY
"BEWARE OF BOARDERS"
*Lea tha. aS Kia"
DIAMOND AND GOLD JEWELRY
Michigan split the honors with the
next claimants to the conference ti-
tle, when three men from the Wolve-
rine squad and three from the Illi-
nois team were picked for the all con-
ference eleven, by Walter Eckersall,
western football critic.
Steketee, Goetz and Vick were chos-
en from the Maize and Blue eleven
while Ingwersen, captain and left tac-
kle of the Illinois team, was named
for a similar position on the all star
team. Mohr and Kilpatrick were the
other Illinois men named.
Steketee All Around Back
Steketee was shifted from the full
TUESDAY DEC. 10
SEAT SALE TODAY
to take advantage of all breaks, count-
ed a great deal for him. For spectac-
ular playing, that is really the result
of headwork. Goetz has no equal.
Vick Gets Honors
Vick received his share of the hon-
ors when Bckersall chose him for
the all western conference center. De-
spite the fact that this is Vick's first
year in Varsity football he won the
honor through his able passing on the
ball and remarkable defensive work.
Vick is accredited with being as good
a center as was Schultze, Michigan's
most famous pivot man.
No other Michigan men were named
either on the first or second all con-
S. A. T. C. MEN GET WORK
One hundred men may secure work
until February beginning as soon as
demobilized. Good pay and extra
bonus for good work. I quire at of-
fice 721 N. University, loom A, be-
tween 11 A. M. and 8 P. M., this week.
We can use a few other students dur-
ing the holiday rush.-Adv.
conducted in the gymnasium.
All men of Varsity calibre are ask-
ed to report to the trainer between
the hours of 10 and 12 and 2 and 4
o'clock on the earliest day possible,
in he offlec of Waterman gymnasium.,
Although Freshmen are ineligible
for conference work, they, too, are
asked to report, that the trainer may
be able to call upon them when
Candidates who expect to go Into,
training at once, will not be permit-
ted to workout unless they have the
proper woolens for outdoor winter
work.. Trainer May refuses to take
any chances on exposing the men to
NEEDS OLDER MEN
More upperclassmen are needed as
try-outs for Varsity basketball, ac-
cording to Coach E. C. Mitchell. The
'freshman eligibility rule having been
enforced, much good material in the
class of '22 cannot be used and there
are but few upperclassmen out. Next?
Wednesday night at 7 o'clock the coach
will receive the names of any upper-
classmen desiring to workout.
However, the practice last night in
the gymnasium of Ann Arbor high
school leads one to believe that Mich-
igan has no cause for apprehension
concerning this year's basketball
team. Excellent and experienced
material is on hand, the larger part
of the Varsity squad being made up
of last year's freshman team. Three
of the 1918 football team are out:
Cohn, Karpus and Fortune. The prac-
tice was composed mostly of a scrim-
mage between the upperclassmen and
freshman although some time was de-
voted to instruction in different tricks
of dodging and defense. .
BASKETBALL TEAM FROM CO. 9,
SEC. A, TO PLAY HIGH SCHOOL
Hours: 3:0o 7:00, 8:3o
Office, 296-M; Mgra Res., 2316-M
Tues-l-0-Carlyle Blackwvell and Evelyn
Greeley in "By Hook or Crook," Star
Comedy, "Please Hit Me" and News
Wed-11-Bert Lytell in "Unexpected
Places" and Current Events.
Thu r-Fri-12-13--Constance Talmadge
in "Good Night Paul" and Christie
Comedv.r''n. "eCave .Man.'"
BOOKINGS FOR DECEMBER
Tues-Wed- 10-11-Florence Reed in
" ~Wives of Men." Seven Parts. Also
Thur-Fri-- 12-13 - Charlotte in "The
Frozen Warning." In Six Parts. Also=
War Review and Comedy. -
Sat-14-Bryant Washburn in "The Ghost
of the Rancho." Also Weekly and Corn-=
edy, "Great Water Peril."
BOOKINGS FOR DECEMBER
Thurs-Fri-12- 13Jack Abbe in "Mystic
Faces." Also 2-Reel Comedy.
Sat-14-Monroe Salisbury in "The Red,
Red Heart." Also News and Comedy.
Sun-15--Douglas Fairbanks in "Headin'
= South." Also Ford Weekly and Comedy.
SECOND AND LAST WEEK
with the DOLLY SISTRRS-HARRY FOX
Forget Your Company Picture
TAKE ONE HOME
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AND ALL MUSICAL SUPPLIES AT
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110 S. MAIN STREET PHONE 254-F
Try our HOME-MADE
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PRICES 50c to $2.00 Phone 67 10$ s .MaInSt.
Shows at Shos at
$:30 MAJESTIC 8:30
LAST TIMES TONIGHT
""OUT OF A CLEAR SKY"
Bennett Comedy "Beware of Boarders"
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Company 9, section A of the S. A.
T. C. which is composed of freshman
lits will play basketball with the first
team of Ann Arbor high school at
7:15 o'clock Friday evening in the
high school gymnaiusm. Several
former prep school stars are in Com-
pany 9 and they have been practicing
at Lane hall. The high school's sec-
ond team will play with Ypsilanti
Normal high the same night.
Nightly and All Shows Sunday aje tic Orchestra
WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
New and Unusual Russian Pianist
Third American Appearance"
Will appear in HILL AUDITORIUM in place of Leopold Godowsky
SATURDAY, DEC. 14, 8 P. M.
But ten shopping days remain before Christmas vacation! Students will
find at Mack & Co. a splendid array of useful and beautiful gifts for friends
and relatives. A few of the many gift possibilities in this store are listed
COLORED LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS
These handkerchiefs, in shades of rose, blue, and grey, make acceptable
and inexpensive remembrances.
35 Cents Each
TICKETS - $1.00
- $1.50 - $2.00
Every male student in the
University, civilian as well as
military, is required to re-enroll
with the secretary of his school
or college immediately beginning
with Wednesday, Dec. 11. Start-
ing with this date, civilian stu-
dents should re-register at once,
S. A. T. C. men as soon as dis-
charged, naval unit men as soon
as released. Discharge and re-
lease papers should be brought-
This is needed because the
demobilization of the S. A. T. C.
and the releasing of the naval
unit men necessitates a. change
in status and address and a set-
tlement of fees among most of
the men students.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH,
Secretary of the University.
Anyone in Ann Arbor who
holds an account against the S.
A. T. C. regiment as a whole
or against any company will
please send it in immediately
to the adjutant, Lieutenant
Montague, at army headquarters.
This does not include accounts
-for supplies which are in pro-
cess of payment on government
IVORY TOILET ARTICLES
Season Tickets admitting to concerts by Prokofieff (Sat. Dec. 14);
Bonnet, organist (Sat. Jan. 18); Seidel, Violinist (Sat. Feb. 8); Caruso
and assisting artists (March);and including $3.@Q May Festival coupon
still on sale at University School of Music.
$4.50 $5.00 $5.50 $6.00
Reliable makes in white, black, and all the leading shades.
put up in Christmas boxes.
$1.50 to $3.00
We have a full assortment of articles in both plain and DuBarry pat-
terns. The assortment includes mirrors, brushes, large trays, clothes brushes,
hat brushes, hair receivers and puff boxes, combination pin cushions and jewel
boxes, manicure sets, etc., ranging in price from 25c to $12.00.
L. T. Piver's "Azurea"................. .$1.75
L. T. Piver's "Le Tre Fle". ..............$1.75.
Large square trays, size 12 x 18. Some are lined with prettily colored
cretonnes. These trays are ordinarily priced at $1.25, but as a special holi-
day inducement we are offering them at