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Coach

|SHIFT COCH MITCELL
TO INTERCIASS SPORTS

Captain

"We Try T
Treat You Rig
We take this opportunity o

WILL REMAIN WITH
GdIDTRON MEN
PRESENT

FAE Al11

ing a welcome

to all returning

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Coar-h Elmer Mitchell, who has
n Tworked for two years in placing Mich-
k igan i-n the basketball world and who
g has . guided the freshman squads
Chrou=h their days of infancy on the
gridiron and diamoM, may .shift his
is duties from those of a va sity tutor
to the intramural field.
,o a Since the departure of Floyd A.
Rowe for government service at the
entrance of this country into the war,.v
c there has been no permanent head
e of intramural sports and this branch
,s Iof Michigavi s athletic development
a has suffered ,accordingly.
sj It is the present plan of the Ath-
letic association to place Mitchell in
e charge of all interclass sports, in-
cluding football, baseball, basketball
e and track but until another coach is
secured he will remain in command
,s of the freshman football squad.
No information has been given out
as to the man who will succeed
Coach Mitchell in the basketball, field
but it is expected that the Athletic
association will name a man in the
n l near future.
I Coach Mitchell has not yet out-
COACH FIELDING H. YOST who is lined his plans for the coming year
sponsoring Michigan's football team : but recognizes the full value of his.
e f o r t h e 9 t h o n s e c t i vy e arr
for the 19th consecutive year. 'department as a medium of physical
t culture and a means of training men
to assist, ,however, as he has to take for possible varsity berths, and will
up his new 'duties as Director of In- organize this branch of sport to give
tramural athletics. all men of all classes an opportunity
t Vey litlecan be predicted about for active sports.
the success, of the season until after rs
the Case game next Saturday. Oce ~~~ ~ _
the team has been seen in action ," t
against an outside aggregation the ,OT1CE T FRESHMEN
student body can get a better idea of
sthe class ofYost's proteges. Lockers are now available at J
Waterman gymnasium. Fresh-,
Football paraphenalia and Gym sup; men are expected to report to
plies at Wahr's, 316 S. State St.-Adv. the gym for this purpose immed-
- iately.
Read the Michigan Daily for Campus
e news.-Adv. - ,

We thank them, and many
who have gone before, for their
ous patronage, co-operation an
will in the past, and solicit a c

g an men.

ance for the future.

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BILLIARDS and BOWL
CIGARS and CIGARET

CAPTAIN ANGUS G. GOETZ who
leads the team from his position at
tackle.,
ACADEMIC DIFFICULTIES MAKE
INDIANA LINEMEN INEIAGIBLE
Bloomington, Sept. 27. - Coach
Stiehm has been forced to open the
Hoosier gridiron season facing a prob-
able loss of Ingles and Pierce, two vet-
eran linemen. Captain Ingles is not
able to return to college while Pierce
faces ineligibility at the, hands of the
committee on student affairs.
Did our team win? Don't ask ques-
tions, read the Michigan Daily. All
campus, city and world news.-Adv.

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CANDIES and PIPES

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Telephones 95, 906 and 2513

549-551 East University

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(Formerly Sheehan & Co.)
rsity Text Books and Suppi
STUDENTS' DEPARTMENT STORE
At Both Ends of the Diagonal 'Walk

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Note Books

K & E and Deitzgen Drawing Instri

'man and Conklin Fountain Pens

Memory Books
Alarm Clocks

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Eversharp Pencils

Table Lamps

College Jewelery

Laundry Boxes

Boston Bags

Ann Arbor Agents for Callaghan & Co., Law Books

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