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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MORE THAN 60 MEN
AWRMATHER'S CALLI
DUKE DUNNE, OF LAST YEAR'S
TEAM, MAY NOT BE ABLE
TO PLAY
Headed by Capt. "Bud" Rea, more
than 50 aspirants for the Varsity bas-
ketball team answered Coach Mather's
first call for practice last Monday
night. For the most part, the men
who turned out on Monday night were
lacking in experience, but this defi-
ciency can easily be overcome and
Coach Mather seems well satisfied
with the squad. Although it is much
too early in the season to make any
predictions, it looks as though Mather
will have a hard time in turning out
a team equal to the one which tied
for first honors in the Conference last
year. Of this quintet, Captain Rea
and Miller are the only two regulars
left, as it seems probable that Duke
Dunne will not play. Besides the loss
of Karpus, Williams, and Dunne,
Coach Mather will also be without the
services of Weiss and Le Galley, two
of the best of last year's, second string
men. Not much is known yet about
the strength of other Conference teams
this year. Illinois, Wisconsin, and
Iowa, however, have been practicing
for a week or more already. Illinois
looks particularly strong, and if Car-
ney is in the game, will be a hard
team to beat.
A goodly number of A.M.A. men
were out for the first practice, among
whom, Walmouth, Pearman, Paper,
Reason, Wilson, and Viper looked to
be the best. Whitlock, Peare, and
Captain Rea, M men, were also out,
while Miller is expected to report at
the next session. The last year's All-
frosh were well represented with Law-

ton, Birks, Roth, Stuart, and Elliot
all present.
The men were separated into groups
and practiced passing, blocking and
other rudiments. With such a large
squad out it is fortunate that practice
was begun early, as it will give Coach
Mather plenty of time in which to look
the men over.
75 MEN OUT FOR
FRESH FOOTBALL
Coach Mather and his two assistants,
"Beak" Weston and Joe Karpus are
working with the freshmen football
squad and by means of daily scriff-
mages are picking out the faults and
correcting them. About 7$ men are
turning out every afternoon with the
result that competition'is very strong
and every man has to fight for his
position.
From this abundance of material
about 20 men have been picked who
at present are showing up better than
the others. In the backfield Keefer or
Day are calling signals while the oth-
er positions are taken care of by
Monihan, Vreeland and Green. Ash-
ley, Bowman or Berry are doing well
at center and Decker, Murray, Walters,
or Seeley are at guard. Van der Voort,
Tracy, and Dawson, are showing up
well at tackle, while Steele, Davis,
Miller, and Ruhl are the pick of the
ends.
NOTICE
You are hereby notified that the
raking of leaves, grass, etc. fromlawn
extensions, or other property, as well
as the burning of leaves on our paved
streets, is strictly forbidden. Any one
violating our city ordinance governing
same, is liable to a heavy fine. Leaves
may be raked out on dirt streets, but
must be disposed of either by cart-
ing away, or by burning same between
the hours of 6 A. M. and 2 P. M. AL-
FRED 3. PAUL, Street Commissioner.

IMPORTANT GAMES TAKE
PLACE ON SATURDAY,
PRINCETON TAKES ON NAVY AND
SYRACUSE MEETS BROWN
IN BI6 CLASHES
Several important games head the
schedule for the coming Saturday in
the East. As midseason approaches
the teams are rounding into form and
reaching the stiffer parts of their
schedule. Coaches are priming their
elevens with new plays for the tests
which will come in the next month.
Four Teams Undefeated
The most important game Saturday
is the Syracuse-Brown contest. Both
teams have been undefeated so far this
year and as they are traditional riv-
als in the football world the game
will attract considerable attention.
Second only in importance to this
game is the one at Annapolis, where
the Navy will meet Princeton. These
teams also are undefeated and are
reputed to be unusually strong this
year. A third game of importance is
between Penn State and Lehigh. Bez-
dek is short of material this year but
is sure to put up a strong defense
against his opponents.
Only two intersectional games are
scheduled for Saturday, Harvard play-
ing Georgia, and Dartmouth lining up
against Tennessee. Harvard, after
her easy win over Indiana last week,
should be on the long end of the
score, while Dartmouth should have
little trouble in disposing of the
Southerners.
Big Teams Have Easy Games
The other big teams of the East
have comparatively easy games, Yale
playing Williams, Cornell play-
ing Western Reserve, Pennsylva-
nia against Swarthmore, Pittsburgh
against Cincinnati, and the Army
playing Wabash. The Cornell-West-
ern Reserve game will give the crit-
ics a chance to gather a little dope
on the strength of the former team
compared with the Navy as that team
handed the Clevelanders a 53-0 drub-
bing last week.

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PLANS MADE TO
HAVE HOPPE HERE
Last year's policy of obtaining the
country's best billiard players for ex-
hibitions at the Union will be follow-
ed during tho coming year. Gordon
Whitbeck, '22, chairman of the Union
billiard committee hopes to have Wil-
lie Hoppe here again for the chief at-
traction.
Several tournaments are planned for
this year of which the first will be an
open handicap straight rail event and
entries for this will close Oct. 29. The
entrance fee and the prizes will be
announced later. Shortly after Christ-
mas an All-campus three cushion tour-
ney will take place, to be followed by
CALL
Y E L LOW C ABI

the third annual interfraternity three
cushion tournament.
The loss of Al Taylor is being felt
greatly for besides being an expert
with a cue he was a friend of every
student player.

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A Reliable jeweler
CHAPMAN
113 South Main

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Baggage Transrfered

TOO LATE THEN!
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out a policy of burglary insurance
with us. We cannot prevent burglars
from breaking in and stealing your
valuables but we can cover your loss-
es, which you cannot recover other-
wise. We make a specialty of this
form of insurance and can give you
the fullest protection.
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INSURANCE
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Choral Union Tickets

Tsit THIS
COLUMN P LASSI FlIEL UTilN
CLOSES CLOSES.
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

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PHONE
393
MIEANS
GOOD-
Meat

WANTED
WANTED-More people to eat our 35]
cent dinners. Soup, choice of three
meats, potatoes, bread and butter,
tea or coffee and desert all' for 35
cents. We deliver lunches. Ham's
Lunch. 538 Forest. Phone 1526-M.
16-2
WANTED-40 men to sell individual
megaphones on commission at Sat-
urday's game. Call in person at
Daily office today between 3 ,and
5:30. 15-2
WANTED-A woman to board ten stu-
dents only. Location preferably on
west side of the campus. Two
meals a day. Must be a good cook.
Phone 937-M. 15-2
WANTED-Subscripton manager for
Intercollegiate magazine! Good
money to right man. Apply Box J.
E. J., Michigan Daily, for appoint-
ment. 15-2
WANTED-Six men students with ex-
perience in salesmanship preferred,
work during spare hours. See Mr.
Fisher at Wm. Goodyear &,Co. 14-2
WANTED-Several young ladies, pre-
ably -students, for afternoon and
Saturday work. Address, Mich.
Daily, Box A. T. 14-4
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 SALl-Log log slide rule and
leather case. Practically new. Call
No. 7, Nickels Arcade. 14-3
FOR SALE-Unused $42 diamond en-
gagement ring for $24.75 cash. Box
R. T., Michigan Daily. 16
FOR SALE-Pair riding boots. Size
S 9-c. Inquire after 7 P. M., R. Hall,
632 Oakland. 16-3
FOR SALE-C melody saxaphone.
Brand new. Inquire, Arcade The-
ater. 16
FOR SALE-$75 Vivtrola and 25 pop-
ular records for $30. Phone 1172-R.
16-3

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 - Share in large front
suite. Steam heat. Desks. Plenty
hot water. Also room-mate wanted
for double room. Phone 1194-M.
422 E. Washington. 16-3
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. Tni-
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-A fine front suite at 1220
E. Washington. Handy for Medics or
Dents. Phone 1047-W. 15-3
FOR RENT-Comfortable single room.
Near campus. 421 Thompson St.
or 2672-R. 16
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
WILL THE party who removed my two
loose-leaf notebooks from Library
locker, Tuesday afternoon, kindly
return same or at least mail "notes"
to H. G. -S.;, Daily office. 16
BOARD-Home cooking, $5.00 a week,
two meals daily. Accommodations
for 25. Phone 885-J. 15-3
LOST
LOST -- Monday afternoon between
Barbour Gym and corner Monroe and
Tappan, a small brown leather purse
containing $10 bill and card bearing
K. E. Styer. Liberal reward. Re-
turn to 645 Tappan or call 1235-M. 16
LOST-Pocketbook containing entfre
resources. Finder please return to
Union for Reward. 14-3
LOST-On Sunday, antique silver pin,
set with peal. Return to 2011 Ged-
des Ave. Phone 2021-M. Reward. 16
LOST-A bunch of keys Wednesday
..morning between 113 S. Division and
camnus. Call 299-R. Reward. 16

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CONCERTS BY
HAROLD BAUER......October 20
JOHN McCORMACK.November 22
IGNAZ FRIEDMAN. .Decemaber 5
FRITZ KREISLER......January 9
ERIKA MORINI..... . February 3
ROSA RAISA, and
GIACOMO RIMINI."....March 14
Saturday 8 to 12, A.M.

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HOLD FRATERNITY MARATHON C
FOR FIRST TIME THIS YEAR
(Continued from Page Four)
day, Delta Sigma Phi vs. Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, Alpha Sigma Phi vs. Phi Sig-
ma Kappa, ' Alpha Delta Phi vs. Phi
Kappa Sigma; Wednesday, Phylon "s.
Phi Sigma Delta, Sinfonia vs. Theta
Chi, Kappa Beta Psi vs. Cygnus;
Thursday, Beta Theta P1 vs. Chi Psi,
Phi Delta Chi vs. Sigma Nu. Acacia
drew a bye and will oppose the winner
of the Trigon-Zeta Beta Tau contest.
New matches are also announced in
the second round of the All-campus
tennis singles as follows: Naylor,
1565-J, vs. Hill; Smock, 2034-R, vs.
Nichols, 1490-W; Goldberg, 751-W, vs.
Klein, 1366; Underwood, 2739-M, vs.
Ogden, 1399; Martin, 2118-J, vs. Coe,
1177-J; Tarr, 937-M, vs. Kelly, 694-M.
ELKS DANCING PARTY. Elks and
their friends. Thursday, Oct. 13, at
Armory. Music by Michigan Union or-
chestra. Dancing 9 to 1. Tickets may
be secured at WILLET'S RESTAUR-
ANT.-Adv.
START IT RIGHT
7:30 Breakfast
12:00 Lunch
6:00 Dinner
END IT RIGHT
LUNCH AT THE
STUDENT LUNCH
409 EAST JEFFERSON
ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE OCT. 10, 192x.
Central Standard Time
x 2 D x
Read Down
A.M. .P.M. P.M. A&PM
Daily Daily Daily Daily
7:30 1:30 Lv... Adrian ...Ar. 7:00 12.45
S:os 2:o5 ... Tecumseh ... 6:2S 21:0o
8:25' 2:25....,.Clinton ......6:oS z:so
9:15 3:15 .Saline....:z5 110
9:45 3:45 Ar. Ann Arbor Lv. 4'4S 10:30
AM. .P.M. P.M. A&PM
Read Up
SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS
P.M. P.M.
3:30 L... Adrian ..Ar 9:00
4 :05 ...Tecumnseh... 8 :25
4:125 .....Clinton 8:05
S:5 ....Saline ,... 7:1S
P:4. Ar. Ann Arbor Lv. 6:
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223 N. MAIN.

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AUTO LIVERY
416 S. MAIN ST.
PHONE 583-J
With or Without Driver

AT HILL AUDITORIUM
THEREAFTER AT SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Good Seats Will Be Ayalable at $4.50, $5.00, and $5.50

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Dancing Classes
Under the Supervision
-of-
Jeanette Kruszka Johnson
- and -
Phillip Rae Miller
will commence at the
PACKARD DANCING ACADEMY
Thursday, Oct. 13th, 7 P. M.
Beginners' class every Monday
and Wednesday at 7 P. M.
Advanced students' class every
Tuesday and Thursday at 7
P. M.

Altho there will be a scarcity of mums
for the

M. A. C. GAME

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who place their orders early. i

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Enrollment daily, 3 to 5 P. M.
at private studio, 721 N. Uni-
versity Ave. (above Lyndon
Kodak Shop.) Phone 7884J.
WALDEMAR
Watch Chains
of quality
-- SEE-
The Boston Curb

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Other Styles
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