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LL ASS

INTS

Whether you play foot ball,
basket ball or indulge in
my Ithletic sport, Spalding
mplements will give most
satisfaction.
Send for catalogue
i. SPALDING & BROS..
1 So. State St., Chicago
trim your hair and we will let
Michigan trim Wisconsin for
cade Barber Shop.-Adv.
ize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

All men wishing to try out for
assistant basketball manager are
requested to meet in the hand-
. ball court of the gymnasium at 5
o'clock Friday evening. Fresh-
men are not eligible as tryouts.
An important soccer meeting
will be held Friday evening at
7:30 at the Union. Officers will
be elected and the fall schedule
discussed.

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Relish!
ou will relish English Ovals
pleasing taste
flavor that gratifies
he aroma of fragrant tobaccos
nade by Philip Morris
-In-com-pa-ra-bly fine!

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jfj3Gl OVALg
Mended n the Good Old English Way
Ad No. 1A

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LASSIFIE II
U UCLOSES
DFR ISING AT 3 P.M.

What Does The
'R' Really Mean
To The Scrubs
The Scrubs! Every night a bunch
of men turn out at Ferry field. They
are the Scrubs, the "backbone of the
team," practicing day after day that,
through playing them, the Varsity may
become a better team. Coming down
day after day, knowing they will never
play in a real game nor be recognized
other than as material for the team to
fight against.
Occasionally, of course, a man is
taken from the scrubs and told to re-
port on the Varsity squad thereafter.
His playing has pleased the coach,
and every scrub is always praying that
perhaps his turn may be next. John
Henry was the last man picked by
Yost..
At the end of the season a sweater is
their reward, emblazoned with an "R."
Why an "R?" Perhaps 'signifying for
"Reward for Roughly Rolling the Rios-
terous Ruffainly Regulars 'Round on
the Raw 'Rth." Or is it really "Re-
serves?" At any rate it doesn't bear
any sign that it has been Michigan at
which it was earned.
This week the Scrubs had their firs
scrimmage this year. The Varsity
second string, on which Roby, Knode,
Smith, and Fairbairn were playing,
fought against them for 25 minutes
without making a touchdown. Then
Eddie Usher and Uteritz were put in,
and the former scored. Morey, quart-
erback, was the shining light for the
scrubs, bringing Usher down twice aft-
er he had broken through the line.
Tuesday night another game was
played, but this time the second string
men proved too much for the scrubs,
and beat them 19-0.
VARSITY GOLFERS
TO OPPOSE O.S.U.
Up to date there are 22 members of
the student body who have taken ad-
vantage of the opportunity to become
members of the Ann Arbor Golf club.
As the number who can join will be
limited to 30, it is imperative that
those who consider belonging, do so
immediately.
Accbrding to Professor Tueblood,
tryouts for the Varsity golf team will
be held in the near future and those
selected will have the honor of oppos-
ing Ohio State on the morning of the
football game. At the same time plans
are under consideration to change the
date-of the Conference golf meet from
some time in October to an early date
in the spring, it being thought that
conditions at that time will be more
favorable.
Intramural Items
Results of the first round of the, All
campus tennissingles at an early
hour Thursday afternoon were as fol-
lows: Hill defeated Reed, 6-0, 6-0;
Smock defeated Gladstone, 7-5, 6-0;
Millett' defeated Wood, 6-2, 7-5; San-
chez defeated Henderson, 6-0,. 6-2; Og-
den defeated Appel, 7-5, 6-4; Moore de-
feated Ornstein, 6-4, 6-8, 6-0; Rock
defeated Rolland, 6-0, 7-5; Biks de-
feated Peterson, 7-5, 6-2; Tracey de-
feated Roth, 6-1, 6-2; Perce defeated
Mildner, 6-4, 6-0; Pngel defeated
Scheh, 3-6, 6-1, 6-3..
Further matches are announced as
follows: Birks, 1322R, vs. F. S. Tra-
cey, 503 Monroe street.

The time limit for entry in the
doubles has been extended until 4
o'clock today. The drawings will be
announced Saturday morning.
Entries in interfraternity soccer are
falling short of last year's mark, but
17 teams having entered to date. En-
tries will remain open until 4 o'clock
Monday. First matches will be played
Tuesday afternoon.

at
- 213 South Main Street
DONALDSON'S
These Shirts are Always
"GOOD"
OUR LINE IS COMPLETE
Including the
NEW LOW COLLAR
STYLE
An Excellent Selection
of Materials
711 N. University

I - -
READY
JHEN Y)OU- ARE
.lTere is a shop .for yeu that'
nz-iez. inspection because of its many
out-of-the ordinary features
Ju"t no", for example, you
may, see as, yme examples of the art of
the designer of ready-to-wear men's
garment's as the needleworkers of this
country can produce. T h-ere is a re-
stra ned distinction about these suits and
vercoats that is as pleasing in eect as
it proves sati~fiactory in service

Suitsforty-eight to sixty dollars
LUTZ CLOTHING
STORE

217 S. Main

U 7- irI

r WANTED
VTED - Student, young woman,
ho wishes to make equivalent of
0 a month, congenial employment
pleasant surroundings. Neces-
;ates living in home. Inquire. at
27 Forest, between 4 and 6 -Fri-
y or 9 and 10 A. M. Saturday. 11-2
VTED-A student who is interest-
in amatuer photography to act as
:al agent for a standard camera
4 supply company. Address: Box
L. R., Daily. 10-21
VTED - A few more Pupils in
ae, Violin and Voice by Graduate
acher. Two blocks from campuis.
11 Willard. Phone 1643-R.' 11-2
TED - Room-mate wanted for
rge double front room. 509 So.
[vision St. 11-2
'TED-Group of girls to board at
I So. Ingalls. Roomy, private.
ning room. 8-4
VTED--Girl to work in sorority
ning room for board. Call 765-W.
10-2
vTED - Students' washing and
ning. Call 2569, 110 No. Ingalls.
$.4
LOST
T-Money in form of a bill. Please
11 619-R at 1509 So. University
r description and very liberal re-
Lrd. 11

FOR RENT
FOR RENT- Share in large front
suite. Steam heat, desks. Also room-
mate wanted for double room. Phone
1194-M. 422 E. Washington. 10-4
FOR RENT - One front suite two
blocks. from campus.. No: other
roomers. 1312 Geddes Ave. Phone
1168. . 11
FOR RENT-Two room suite, furnish-
ed, second floor, for light housekeep-
ing or for two men. 618 Packard.
10-2
FOR RENT-Warm single room and
suite for ceuple or ladies. 910 E.
Washington. 10-2
FOR RENT - Suite, one block from
campus. 521 E. Jefferson.' Phone
1422-W. 11
FOR RENT-Nice furnished suite, 2nd
fioor. 924 E. Ann. 2835-M. 9-3
FOR RENT-Single room and suite
for girls at 211 S. Ingalls. 8-4
MISCELLANEOUS
SANDWICHES, steaks, ice cream,
malted milk, hot coffee, anything to
eat delivered to your room till 11
P. M. Let us give you a price on
that banquet or dinner. Meal tick-
ets. Ham's Lunch, 538 Forest. Call
1526-M. Just off So. University. 11-21
WE DO ALL Kinds of Moving--Furn-
iture and baggage, and clean all
kinds of cisterns and repair them.
J. O. Bunton & Co., 211,E. Liberty.
Phone 1496. 9-3
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-New Sheridan roadster,
driven less than 400 miles. Owner
needs cash in a hurry. Cost $1,597.00
will sell for $1,100.000. Year's guar-
antee of General Motors goes to pur-
chaser. Address Box G. C. A., Daily.
10-3
FOR SALE-No. 3 Monarch typewriter,
in good condition. Phone 2733. 11-3

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
STUDENTS SUPPLY S TOR

1111 South University Avenue

Engineers and Architecto Materials* White Swan Laundry
Agency. Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Note Books

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rk blue cape, unlined. Left
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lease call Kotts, 1057-R. Re-
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Ad wrist watch between Ma-
eater and Church St. Find-
614-J. Reward. 10-3
arl necklace in vicinity of
Return to Kent House, 826
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