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FOR 192 FOOTBALL '11
ONiY FIVE 0F VARSITY SQUAD
LOST TO YOST THIS
YEAR
the 25 men on the Varsity squad
at the end of*the football season 20
will, in all probability, be back on
the Ferry field gridiron next fall. Re-
markable as is this fact, still more
rearkable is the fact that 15 of
these pigskin chasers are sophomores
this year. In other words, Michigan's
squad at the close of the season just
pased consisted of 5 seniors, 5 ju-
niors, and 16 sophomores. .
Goetsz Year Over
The five men who will not be back
are Captain Goetz, Tad Wieman, Jack
Porrin, tack Dunn, and Abe Cohn. All
o[ these men will graduate, with the
e eption of Captain Goetz, who will
t get his diploma in medicine un-
til 1922. He will be excluded from
participation, in football, however,
under the, three year rule.
The juniors who will return for one
more year of pity are Frank Steke-
tee, Eddie Usher, Ernie Vick, Duke
Dunne, and Gob Wilson. All of these
men proved their worth in unmistak-
able fashion this year and should be
a great asset to the team in another
campaign.
- Sophs Assure Good Team
'The large number of sophomores
on this year's squad is the best possi-
ble assurance of good elevens for two
yas to Come. The following played
their first year of Varsity competi-
tion this year and are eligible to play
for two more seasons: Goebel, Cap-
pon, Nelson, Johns, Banks, Paper,
Petro, Planck, Wachter, Searle, Van
Orden, Andrews, Rowlang Trout, and
Krels.
TAYLO DEFEATS COCHRAN 1N
.40-POINT BILLIARD MATCH
Detroit, Dec. 1. -- Al Taylor took
Welker Coc(ran into camp in the 400-
point, 18.2. balkline billiard match in
which they engaged at the Recrea-
tion, Tuesday afternoon. The score
was 400 to 338. Taylor reached the
mark in 16 innings, his highest run
being 85, while Cochran made a better
high inning with a run of 119.
VARSITY BASEBALL NOTICE
Derrill Pratt, Varsity baseball
coach, wants to mneet all baseball
w candidates at 7:15 o'clock Friday
= night at the Union.
The Blue Front
C igar store
STUDENT OWNED
Corner of Stateand Packard

FRATERNITY BOWLING
SCHEDULE
7:00 Thursday 8:30
Signus Beta Theta Pi
Phylon Kappa Sigma
Monks Sinfonia
Hermitage Theta Delta Chi
INTERCLASS SWIM
ENTRIES NOW OPEN.
Entries are now being received in
the intramural office for the inter-
class swimming meet which will take
place sometime during the week of
Dec. 13. All men are eligible to com-
pete In this meet with the exception
of those who received the Varsity
swimming award last year.
Seven events are on the schedule:
40, 100, and 220 yard free style, 60
yard back and breast strokes, plunge
for distance, and fancy diving. All
men who sign up at the intramural
office, 'which is situated in room 3 of
the Press building across from the
Majestic theater, will be admitted to
the city Y. M. C. A. pool at the re-
duced rate of 25 cents for practice.
Entry may also be made by tele-
phone, 2268.
A total of 34 fraternities have sign-
ed up for the fraternity meet to start
Wednesday evening, Dec. 8. It is
probable that arrangements will 'be
made whereby half of the fraternities
will take part in preliminaries on
Wednesday night, half on Thursday
night, and the finals will be run off
Friday afternoon. As in the case of
soccer members of the informal Var-
sity are not barred from competition.
Writer Tells of Austrian Children
Paris, Nov. 30.-The misery of Aus-
tria's hungry children is told- by
Pierre Hamp, writing in a Paris
weekly. He watched the breadlines
before the soup kitchens where Amer-
ican relief agencies are feeding all
those under 14 years of age.
For live progressive up-to-date ad-

100 FRESHMEN ANSWER
HAHN'S TRACK CALL
QUALITY OF MATERIAL GOOD,
SAYS MENTOR OF YEAR-
LINGS
Not to be outdone in numbers of
candidates by the Varsity, more than
100 freshmen answered the first call
for 1924 tracksters Tuesday afternoon
at Waterman gymnasium. Men from
every high school of any repute in
the Middle West were on hand to
take advantage of the expert training
they are to receive from Archie
Hahn, who will guide the destinies
of the yearlings this year.
Hopes to Develop Men
Not only was the large number of
.candidates gratifying to the coach,
but the quality of the material was
good, according to Hahn, and he hopes
to develop some men that will be able
to reinforce the ranks of the Var-
sity when the call is made in the fall
of 1921. Some of the men who re-
ported were point winners at the In-
terscholastic, held here last spring,
others bring with them reputations
won as brilliant performers on some
of the strongest prep school aggrega-
tions in the country. Reputations will
count little with Hahn, however. His
hobby is work and any of the aspir-
ants who are awarded numerals at the
conclusion of the season will have
well earned their rewards.
It will be impossible for the coach
to give the men any kind of intensive
training for the first few days, but he
will endeavor to put them all through
some rudimentary exercises with the
intention of seeing just how much of
their prep school training has been
good and how much of it they have
absorbed. Every man will be required
to report every day and will be ex-
cused from the regular gymnasium
classes if he is working with the track
team.'
Cards Given Out
Cards were given out to the men
who reported yesterday, upon which
they were to state their previous ex-

perience and the event they desired to
specialize in. These cards will be
used to keep a record of attendance
and at' the same time will give the
men an opportunity to work on the
event in which they are especially ink.
terested.
Purple Trains For
Hard fridge ear
There is yet hope!
Those who claim that American1
manhood is losing its virility are prov-
en wrong!
For ,Northwestern has inaugurated
an interfraternity bridge tournament.
Each night these parlor athletes will
struggle across the felt-covered table.
The contests promise to be fast and
furious. There will be no lack of
flashing finesse and radical redoubl-
ing.
It is understood that the two con-
testants that will represent each house
have been in the strictest sort of
training for the past month. These
daily practices have consisted of drills
in third hand bidding ,dummy play,
dirty dealing, and the fine points of
raising partner in a minor suit. Side
instruction in the rules with particu-
lar attention to the penalty for revoke
have also been stressed.
The eligibility rules, like those for
all varsity sports are strict. No fresh-
men are allowed to play, and it is
assumed that a certain scholastic
standing is required. Two men com-
pose the team of each house and they
must furnish two decks of cards and
a copy of Hoyle. The play is for
two handsome cups, the winners to be
determined on the percentage basis.
MICHIGANENSIAN NOTICES
All fraternities, sororities, and
organizations must have pic-
tures taken for the Michiganen-
sian before Chmristmas vaca-
tion. This is final.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the beat of
Ann Arbor's huyers.-Adv.

DRULARO ENTERS B IN
0, As C. SWIMMING MEET
MICHIGAN SQUAD TO C OMPETE
AT CLEVELAND IN
FEBRUARY
Coach Drulard has announced the
entering of six Michigan men in the
city meet at the Detroit Athletic club
Saturday evening. Because only men,
from Detroit are allowed to enter the
regular events there will.'be but one
Wolverine representative, Warren
Hyde, '23, who will swim unattach-
ed. In the special 50 yard handicap
race five other Michigan tank Inen
will toe the mark. Most of them are
essentially distance swimmers, and
may not, therefore, show as well in
a short sprint. The five are Gilmore,
Searle, Hubbard, Randall, and Smith.
The latter was substituted for Dun-
lop, who will be unableto compete.
The arranging of the first definite
meet has been announced by Mana-
ger Elliott. Cleveland Y. M. C. A. will
be met at the lake city Friday, Feb.
25. Twelve men will make the trip,'
and as the Clevelanders are reputed
to be a powerful tank aggregation, a
good fight is expected.
INCLEMENT WEATHER DELAYS
FRATERNITY SOCCER GAMES
Because of inclement weather it
was deemed inadvisable to run off any
of the games in the interfraternity
soccer tournament yesterday..G(ames
scheduled for yesterday will be play-
ed 'today, with the exception of the
championship game between Delta
Chi and Phi Sigma Kappa, which will
take place tomorrow.
Both games to be-played this after-
noon will be called at 3::15 o'clock,
Zeta Psi trying conclusions with Kap-
pa Beta Psi and Alpha Delta Phi
meeting Phi Gamma Delta. Because
of the sensational series of victories
credited to her, Zeta Psi will rule fav-
orite over Kappa Beta Psi, and the
ether two teams appear to be fairly[
evenly matched.

CENTRE COLLEGE QUARTER
MADE KENTUCKY COLON1
Danville, Ky., Dee. 1. -"Bo" S
Millan is now a real colonel. C
Edwin P. Morrow, who was the ct
speaker at a banquet given here y
terday for the Centre college footle
squad by the Danville Chamber
Commerce, announced that he had
pointed the famous quarterback a
onel on his staff.
ARMORY
Prof. Mithenthal will teach on S
urdays instead of Fridays, beginn
this Saturday. Single admissio
Gents, $1.25; ladies. $.75." Class, 7
to 8:30.-Adv.
Use the advertising columns of 7
Michigan Daily- to reach the best
Man' Arbor's buyers.-Adv.

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Michigan Daily.-

A Letter That Should
Interest Everybody

AnnArbk
Ann Arbor

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December 1st, 1920

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336 S. State St., Ann Arbor, Mich.

To Mr CUSTOMERS:

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In pursuance of the policy as outlined in my letter of November 18th
as published in the Michigan Daily, I have spared no efforts to get you mer-
chandise of the highest types at most reasonable prices.
Most of you have seen the suits and were astounded by the remarkable

values that we had to'offer.'

A suit of the quality that I have always been

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accustomed to sell you now priced at FORTY-FIVE DOLLARS is sone-

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thing that no one could have predicted a month ago.

But this is 'a fact and

we are continually adding to our line suits of the finest quality at prices dis-
counted FORTY PER CENT from early November prices. AND BEST
OF ALL, THESE ARE NOT THE ODDS AND ENDS ,OF
STOCK LEFT OVER FROM THE FALL BUSINESS, THEY
ARE NEW CLEAN MERCHANDISE CAREFULLY SELECT-
ED FROM 10,000 SUITS MADE UP FOR THE FINEST NEW

YORK AND CHICAGO STORES.

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DARY YOUR HEAD F
YOU? WANT TO
ut if you're wise, you'll forget all
r worries after school hours.,
hke off your troubles when the
itle blows and you shut up your
Lk for the day. Come to uston
o. and play a few games of billiards.
qo game ever invented gives more
saure and nothing is more restful
a an hour or so spent over a bil-
HeSTON BROS.
Pocket and Carom Billiards.
Cigars and Candles.
Soft Drinks and Light Lunches.
Cigarettes and Pipes.
/E TRY TO TREAT YOU RIcuir'

Tomorrow, DECEMBER 2nd, I am going to do with OVERCOATS
the same thing that I did with suits. I am putting on sale those fine big ulsters
that were 'in October closely marked to sell for ONE HUNDRED AND
FORTY DOLLARS and can now be sold to you for EIGHTY-FIVE.
And overcoats and ulsters that were legitimate values at $75 WILL NOW
COST YOU NO MORE THAN FORTY-FIVE.

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Yours most truly,

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(Signed)

GUY WOOLFOLK

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