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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

LEARN TO DANCE
Armory, opening October 14th. Prof
Mittenthal, of Detroit, Teacher of mod
ern dancing, having taught here fo
two seasons with big success, has ha
ten years successful experience. Mem
ber of the International Association o
Masters of Dancing, recently been to
the 28th convention in N. Y., and will
teach the following new dances: Ter-
race Fox Trot, Culture Walk, and th
University Waltz. These dances have
made a hit in the East. The Professor
is now teaching in Lansing, Grand
Rapids, and Kalamazoo. Only one
term will be given. Enroll the open-
ing night; don't wait. You are guar-
anteed to learn. Will have several
ladiesdand gentlemen assistants. Class
7 to 8:30 P. M. Rates reasonable; can
be paid in two payments if desired.
Private lessons in afternoon by ap-
pointment.-Adv.

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PACEARD STREET LOTS GO ON t
Pakad SALE EI Pf ITT R lI
Packard Homesite Subdivision, de-
r veloped by the Ann Arbor Home Build-
d ers Association, go on sale Thursday, t
- Read circulars or call phone 2849-M for TO APE R H EE
fparticulars. This Is an opening sale
0 at exceptionally low prices, lasting -
1 until 10 P. M., Oct. 15. No better op-t
t portunity has been offered or will be Carnegie Tech and Colgate University
e offered to secure lots of this kind at Added to Wolverine Sched-
e such low prices. -Come out 1-4 mile ule
r from limits or phone us and we will
d take you.-Adv.c
e ~OF TWELVE BIG TEN GAMESI
SUBDIVISION OPENING SEVEN ARE PLAYED AT HOME
Packard Homesite Subdivision opens
'sThursday. Opening prices last until1
Saturday night. They are so reason- Carnegie Instiute of Technology and
able you should act now.-Adv. Colgate University will be seen here on
the basketball court, the former team
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv. on Dec. 29 and the latter here for two
games Dec. 30 and 31. These games
..-.......-are partly to give Coach Mather a line
on his men before the opening Con-
ference game but should be of great in-
terest for neither of these teams have
ever played a Michigan court team be-
fore.
Opening Game Jan. 9
)UR SHEEPSKIN On Jan. 9 Captain "Bud" Rea leads
~ his men in their first Conference game
of the season against Ohio State in
Waterman gymnasium. The following
WIING A LARGE week end is a strenuous one for Chi-
E OF cago will be played here on Friday,
Jan. 13, and then a trip will be taken.,
playing Wisconsin at Madison on Sat-
urday and Illinois at Urbana on Mon-
LND M OLESKINS day, Jan. 16. In this first week four
Conference teams are played and three
t COLLARS of these are among the strongest in
the Conference. This makes it neces-
sary for Coach Mather to have the
team at their best early In the sea-
son.
After a lay off of over three weeks
for the final examinations the squad
C ompanygoes to Columbus for a return gam
& CompanyFr
with . S. U. on Feb. 11 and the fol-
lowing Monday Indiana will furnish
MAIN ST. opposition at Bloomington. All of the
remaining games with the exception of
Iowa at Iowa City on Feb. 27, are at
Ann Arbor, with Wisconsin on Feb. 18,
Indiana the 20th, Illinois the 25th, and
a return game with Iowa here on
March 4, while the final game is with
Northwestern in Waterman gymnas-
ium on March 6.
Three TIps on Schedule
There are 12 Conference games on
N the schedule, seven of which are at
home. The five out of town games will
In P ens ,require three trips two tilts on each
bonkl n Swan of the first two while on the last one
to Iowa City on Feb. 27, only one game
SOINTS . will be played. The second trip, to
kes of Pens Columbus and Bloomington is taken
kos o Pensbetween semesters, the second game
with Indiana is on Feb. 13 the day the
F UIL L E Rsecond semester begins.
JEWELERS
_________________ SOCCERITES ORGNIZE;
IFIE PLAN TO ENTER TOURNEY
THIS
CLOLSESDURING COMING SEASON
LTISING AT 3 P.M.
PROSPECTS APPEAR BRIGHT IN
MICHIGAN'S NEWEST
WANTED SPORT
WANTED-40 men to sell individual Prospects for a big year in soccer
megaphones on commission at Sat- are bright, if given the necessary in-
urday's game. Call in person at
Daily office today between 3 and terest and support by the student body
5:30. No freshmen. 15-2 and the Athletic association.
WANTED-A woman to board ten stu- Dyason Elected Captain
dents only. Location preferably on Last Friday night a meeting was
west side of the campus. Two held fo the purpose of organizing the
meals a day. Must be a good cook. team and making plans for the com-
Phone 937-M. _15-2 ing year. Dyason was chosen as cap-
WANTED-Subscripton manager for tain of the team and Sanchez was
Intercollegiate magazine! Good elected as secretary. These officers
money to right man. Apply Box J. are only temporary, however, and
ment., Michigan Daily, for appo5t- permanent ones will be chosen in the
near future.

WANTED-Six men students with ex- This year there will be an inter-
pWience in salesmanship preferred, collegiate soccer championship tourna-
work during spare hours. See Mr.
Fisher at Wm. Goodyear & Co. 14-2 ment In whlch'many Eastern univer-
sities such as Harvard, Yale, Princeton
WANTED-Dress making of all kinds, and Cornell, and a few Western col-
p to dat4sE. ilian ork hourn leges will participate. Michigan has
St. Phone 1780-M. 14-2 been entered and it is hoped that the
student body will aid the team in cop-
WANTED-Several young ladies, pre- ping the championship.
ably students, for afternoon and
Saturday work. Address, Mich. At present the Wolverine squad is
Daily, Box A. T. 14-4 composed of men who have had broad
experience in both this country and
MISCELLANEOUS abroad. Captain Dyason is a veteran
SANDWICHES, steaks, ice cream, who obtained much of his experience
malted milk, hot coffee, anything to in South Africa. Canright who has
eat delivered to your room -till 11 just recently come out for the team,
P. M. Let us give you a price on has played for Ohio Western univer-
tat banquetLunch 538 ore allt ksity. Vandermeulen was a member of
1526-M. Just off So. University.11-21 the team which won the Transvaal
championship. Rorick is a former
BOARD-Home cooking, $5.00 a week, member of the Orange Free State team,
for 25. Phone 885-. 15-3 which took part in the interprovincial
fUr 2. Rhone 88-J. 5-3sgames of South Africa. Tsai learned
FURS- Remodeled- Relined- also to play soccer in the Hong Tong league
cloth coats. Expert work. 210 No. w B play e this game lnAr-
Ashley. Phone 2965-M. 15 while Baucis played this game in Ar-
gentina. Sanchez is another veteran
LOST ~ of the Varsity team of last year. As
soon as the season has started it Is
LOST-Alpha Omicron Pi sorority pin expected that many other good players
between corner of South University wilene theay rs
and-Church Sts., and State St. Re- will answer the call.
ward. Dorothy Wylie. Phone 2949. Two Defeats Last Yea
14-2 Last year the informal team played
LOST-On Sunday antique silver pin, many teams both in the state and in
see with pearl. Return to 2011 Ged- Canada, and only twice did they meet
Finder call 1700. Reward. 14-2 defeat. Every Monday and Thursday
LOST-Leather note-book in Engineer- afternoons at four o'clock practice will
Ing Bldg. Return to Gaysari, 825 E. be held for those who are trying out
Tnivar.it't AW r:1for the sanad. although all intAArted

MME. KRUSZKA ANNOUNCES

in the game may practice at any oth-
er time as well.
In addition to the informal team,
this sport will be pushed by the In- R ID
tramural department in the interfra-
ternity and interclass tournaments
which will be held this fall. These We ar
tournaments will be of great aid in de- for Ladies
veloping new material, assortment
Who is willing to go to the Wiscon- Serge, etc.
consin game at our expense? Arcade
Barber Shop.-Adv. H um
LLLLLCM ;TI , 5High-Top
_0Boots in S
Cravenetts,
We ha

Opening Packard Academy

THURSDAY, OCT. 13TH

4 dozen oysters
12 peacock eggs
Iwhole turkey
16 potatoes
3 lbs. vegetables
8 salvers *'salad
12 bottles Wine
and champagne
Ma SEE:

ING BREECHES
e headquarters for Sport, Hiking and Riding Togs
and Men, also Riding Habits for Ladies. A large
to select from in Khaki, Whipcord, Corduroy,
Sport Hose, Leather and Wrap Puttees.
ting Coats, Breeches
Shoes, Munson Army and Dress Shoes, Rubber
Slicker, Knee, Sport and Hip styles. Rain Coats,
Slickers, Mackinaws, Overcoats, etc.
ave the REG. 0. D. WOOL ARMY SHIRTS, also
ts, Underwear, all kinds of Hosiery and Auto
less than regular price. Best assortment of WOOL
BES, STEAMER RUGS and ARMY BLANKETS priced
2.50.

Tom Wye Coats and Vests
Sweaters for Ledi, Gents and Children
It will pay you t4 get our prices
Gillette Razors with six, blades in handy case at $1.25
Surlu Supply tor
213 N. Fourth Ave.

Dress Shir
Gloves at I
AUTO ROB
up from $2

EVERY TUESDAY AND THURSDAY

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Advance Class Instruction.....7:00 to-8:00 P. M.
Assembly Dancing ........... 8:00 t0 10:00 P. M.

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STATE ST.

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BOB DEEBACH'S FIVE-PIECE ORCHESTRA

THITS
COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

ICSADVEI

Students wishing to enroll for dancing instruc-
tion may do so at Studio over Lyndon's Photo
Shop - Phone 778-J.

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Will share modern refin-
ed home with Married student, all
home privileges. South east loca-
tion. Fifteen minutes walk from
campus, also garage. Terms reas-
onable. Phone 2926-J. 14-3
FOR RENT-A large warm°suite and
double front room, down. Conven-
ient location and reasonable rent.
537 S. Division. Phone 2975-M. 15-2
FOR RENT-To gentlemen-well furn-
ished single room, roll top desk,
steam heated. $5.00. 825 E. Uni-
versity Ave. Phone 1656-J. 15-2
FOR RENT-Two single rooms and
one double room, steam heat, two
blocks from campus. 1224 Washte-
naw. 670-R. 14-6
FOR RENT-Large, warm front suite,
for two American students or busi-
ness men. $5.00 each. 543 S. Divis-
ion St. 14-2
FOR RENT-One suite for two men or
will furnish for light housekeeping.
Prices right, 618 Packard St. 14-2
FOR RENT-Room in modern house-
1 or 2 gentlemen. Breakfast if de-
sired. Call 2638-W. 14-2
FOR RENT-A fine front suite at 1220
E. Washington. Handy for Medics or
Dents. Phone 1047-W. 15-3
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-New Handy Vol. Ency-
clopedia Britannica, 11th edition.
India paper, leather binding. Never
used. Half price. Phone.963. 14-3
FOR SALE-Gold-plated slide trom-
bone with case-high and low pitch.
Excellent condition. Cheap. 530
Thompson. Phone 1579-W. 15-3
FOR SALE-New Handy Vol. Encyclo-
pedia Britannica, 11th edition. India
paper, leather binding. Never used.
Half price. Phone 963-R. 15-3
FOR SALE-Log 'log slide rule and
1 ather case. Practically new. Call
o. 7, Nickels Arcade. 14-3_

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IMPORTED OVERCOATS

Warmth without Weight

And Style; they carry that
Snap which no other coat
can carry.
May we have the pleasure
of showing you these Gar-
ments.
No charge to you whatever
for a Look. It's a pleasure
to show such garments.

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