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FOR MEN

howing for Fall is complete with
model wanted b particular men

WRITES ON CHEER LEAOING
"Al" Cuthbert Comes to Defense of
The Tryouts
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
I cannot help taking exception to
some of the remarks in the editorial
"Follow the Leader," not only in de-
fense of myself, but also for those
men who turned out and tried their
very best to develop spirit in the
crowd at last Saturday's game.
If anyone thinks it an easy matter
to 'get out in front of the stands,
especially at the opening game, and
endeavor to lead a cheer, let that in-
dividual try it before criticizing
others. Everything is against the try-
out. The crowd is always on the
lookout for amusement and any er-
ror on the part of a tryout creates a
laugh.
It was evident at Saturday's game

that the upper-lassmen were not fam-
iliar with, or perhaps had forgotten
over the summer, the "four or five de-
pendable cheers," to say nothing of
the treshmen. I cannot place the
blame for this ignorance entirely up-
on myself considering the number of
times these cheers had been led dur-
ing the past year.
Contrary to the editorial statement,
however, I do not believe that the
crowd was ever lazy or spiritless al-
though Uere may be same trjrh to
the statement that the cheer leaders
were excessive in their demands.
When to lead cheers and when not
to lEad is not knowledge gained in a
moment, but it must be fou d at
by continuous experiments. This, per-
haps, results in a tryout's overzeal-
ousness at the first games.
Lasr, but not least, the reference
to a cheer leader's asking for a cheer
when "the onlookers are anxious to
expres their favor or encouragement"
is mD.t certainly err neous. Do %eAc
need cheers when we are winning ,r

CROSS NAMED AS SPEAKER
FOR HARRIS HALL SUPPER
Prof. Arthur L. Cross, of the history
department, will be the speaker at
the next get-together Sunday .even-
ing supper at 6 o'clock tomorrow
night in Harris hall. It is requested
that all those, wishing to attend the
supper, phone Harris hall before
noon today.

when we are on the z"hort end of i
ser
"Al" Cuthber,.
Varsity Cheer Leader.

lege of Mines anticipates a year of
development during 1921. The school's
budget for this year is $167,000,
against $119,753 for last season.
The new chemistry building is near-
ly completed. This struture takes
the place of the one that burned in
March 1920. At least one change will
take place this year among the 25
men who comprise the faculty.
Reception Given At Betsy Barbour

Houghton, Oct. 7.-
funds available, the

Particularly interesting are the new styles in
in Brogues - Brown or Black - Norwegian
Grain.
OXFORDS..........at $ 9.00 a pair
SHOES .............at $10.00 a pair

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These suppers are given every wee M
in order that the Episcopal students More than 90 guests were -present
may"eoer etter acquaintd sat a reception given Thursday after-
noon at Betsy Barbour house by Miss
Eleanor Sheldon and the board of dir-
Fresh Dents Will Meet Tuesday, qet.2 ectors of the dormitory for Miss Lilah
Freshmen Dental students will meet G. Hainer, the new business manager.
in the Dental amphitheater at 4:30 In the receiving line were Mrs.
o'clock, Tuesday October 11, for the Marion L. Burton, Mrs. John R. Ef-
purpose of nominating class officers. finger, Mrs. Julius 0. Schlotterbeck,
Pre-Dental students are not included. Miss Hainer and Miss Sheldon.

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Forty- third Season

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for those men who appreciate values
and realize that quality makes the price right

CHORAL UNION
192i--SERIES--1922
in HILL AUDITORIUM
SIX ATTRACTIVE PROGRAMS BY GIFTED ARTISTS

U R D Y
FORDS

Particularly with heavy wool hose,
are extremely comfortable and very
much in vogue this season.

ROSA RAISA - GIACOMO RIMINI

ERIKA MORINI

Our store is a style center for the very latest
in lasts and patterns
WAHR'S SHOE STORE

1. OCT. 20
HAROLD BAUER
PIANIST
2. NOV.,22
JOHN McCORMACK
TENOR

108 SOUTH MAIN

Representatv nfr NETTLETON'S Shoes for Men

ust Ask the Co-ed--
who sits beside you in Psychology
7 where the best restaurant in,

3. DEC. 5
IGNAZ

FRIEDMAN
PIANIST

FRITZ KREISLER

oWvn is.

She will tell you it is just

32 steps from

State Street.

Isn't

that just what
would say?

you thought wshe

4. JAN. 9
FRITZ KREISLER
VIOLINIST
5. FEB. 3
ERIKA MORINI
VIOLINIST
6. MAR. 14
ROSA RAISA
SOPRANO
GIACOMO RIMINI
BARITONE
COURSE TICKETS
THE PUBLIC SALE of cour tickets will
take place at the box office inHill: Auditorium
Saturday, Oct. 15, beginning at 8 A. M.
MAIL ORDERS received before that time
will be filled in advance as- near as possible
to location asked for.
Prices: $4.50, $5.00, $5.50 and $6.00.
Address all orders, and make all remittances
payable to
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary
University School of Music

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JOHN McCORMACK

You can also get sandwiches and
light lunches

-at-.

Flowers

Restaurant

615 EAST LIBERTY STREET

HAROLD BAUER

IGNAZ FRIEDMAN

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PACKARD ACADEMY

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every

(UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT)
Friday and Saturday Night
Chaperones designated by the
Dean of Women ,

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ICHIGAN UNION ORCHESTRA

TICKETS $1.0

TICKETS ON SALE AT WAHR'S BOOK STORE AND THE DELTA

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