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t 0 D A Y

Screen

ade-Charles Ray in Charles
ioyt's play "A Midnight Bell."
jestic-Doris May and Hobart
osworth in "The Foolish Ma-
ons."
erth-Douglas Fairbanks in
is own production "The Three
[usketeers."
heum-Marie DuPont in "The
age of Paris."

Yosttays:--
Ohio State has the greatest offensive
power this year that I have ever seen
in an Ohio team. They are great on
defensive too but their offensive is
what amazes me. All 11 men are in
every play and they show a cohesion
and drive that is startling.
If Minnesota had a line, Ohio has
one which has superhuman strength.
Their line compares with the best in
the Conference. They have a Var-
sity squad of &O of which 22 are letter
men. Nine of them played against
Michigan last year. Several of these
are on the side lineis this year in place
of better men.-
Our own situation here is rather
serious. Banks and Usher, two of
my regulars, are definitely out of the
game Saturday. This calls on two men
whom I regarded as reserves to start
the game. On the line Wilson is in
bad shape and will not be able to play
the entire game as things stand now.
We are working our hardest to dedi-
cate the stadium with a victory over a
mighty powerful team.
ILLINOIS FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Oct. 22-Wisconsin at Illinois.
Oct. 29-Michigan at Illinois.
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THIS WEEK

Stage

Garrick (Detroit) - The Green-
wich Village Follies, 1920.

Shubert
Bat.

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e--ipauw at mlinors.
12-Chkcago at Illinois.
19-Ohio State at Columbus.

PHOTOGRAPH TRYOUTS
WANTED

Tryouts wanted for photo-
graphic department, Michiganen-
scan. Good camera necessary.
Call Stone, 1605. !

IlSCONSIN FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Oct. 22-Illinois at Illinois.
Oct. 29-Minnesota at Wisconsin.
Nov. 12-Michlganaat Wisconsin.
Nov. 19-Chicago at Chicago.
Try a, Daily Want Ad. It pays.--Adv.

SWIMMING INSTRUCTION
KEEPS DRULARD BUSY
Swimming classes under the tutel-
age of Coach Elmer Drulard, of the
Varsity tank squad,. are proceeding
daily in the city Y. M. C. A. pool. No
small amount of enthusiasm has been
manifested by his pupils, and more
are reporting to him for instruction
every afternoon from 3 until 6
o'clock. Coach Drulard has institut-
ed his series of lessons, not only to
teach those who are -unable to navi-
gate, but also in the hopes of build-
ing new materal for the Varsity
squad which will start regular prac-
tice at an early date.
Many of last year's swimmers are
having daily workouts, and if advance
promises are to be believed, the team
which will represent Michigan in the
coming season will be by far supe-
rior to those which have done the
paddling in the past. Attempts are
being made to arrange meets with
such institutions as Syracuse, Pitts-
burgh, Toronto, M. A. C., DePauw,
and Cincinnati; while there is a pos-
sibility of trying to schedule meets
with such eastern teams as Harvard,
Princeton. Amherst, Brown, and Cor-
nell. An eastern trip by the swim-
ming team would be a big boost to the
sport, still in its infancy 'at Michi-
gan, and, according to W. F. Elliott,
'23, manager of Intramural athletics,
who is handling the swimming team
schedule for this year, some such idea
is being seriously considered.
FRATERNITY TEAMS
BEGIN PLAY TODAY
The- following soccer games are
schedle for this afternoon: Delta Sig-
ma Phi. vs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Al-
pha Sigma Phi vs. Phi Sigma Kappa,
Alpha Delta Phi vs. Phi Kappa Sig-
ma. On Wednesday Phylon vs. Phi
Sigma Delta, Sinfonia vs. Theta Chi,
Kappa Beta Psi vs. Cygnus.
Third round singles matches must
be completed by Wednesday. All play-
ers are to call the office when their
match is completed so that the chart
may be kept ejven with the progress
of the play. The following matches
are announced: .Newbury, 2372, vs.
Hill; Gustus, 558, vs. Tracey; Pring-
nitz, 516-R, vs. Zook, 1741-R; Klein,
1366, vs. Millett, 871-M; Sanchez,
668-R, vs. Miller, 943-M; Jerome,
1167-R, vs. Hodgman, 1447; Hames,
343, vs. Kresge, 371; Kelly, 694-M, vs.
Appel, 2124-J; Weyand, 1460, vs. Berks,
1322-R; Bright, 1741-R, vs. Reason,
1484.
FACULTY RECOIIMENDS SIX
FOR DEGREES IN PHARMACY
At its meeting yesterday the faculty
of the College of Pharmacy recom-
mended the following men for thede-
gree of Ph.C.: Dale H. Moats, Har-
risville, W. Va.; John J. Hugan, Hol-
ly, Mich.; and for the degree of B.S.:
Elmer J. Trout, New Athens, Ill.;
Dale H. Moats, Harold E. Schlichting,
Port Sanilac, Mich.; and Isao Nishi-
mura, Osaka, Japan.

FRESHMAN BASKETBALL
NOTICE

(Continued from Page Four)
game, which defeated Illinois last year,
was in good working order, and with
a little more practice will be as dang-
erous at last year.
Indiana and Chicago: were idle and
in the only other game in which a Con-
ference team took part, Notre Dame
:overwhelmed Purdue, 33-0. Purdue's
bad handling of punts was directly
responsible for two touchdowns and
played a large part in the making of
the other two. Coach Rockne's men
had no trouble in shattering the Pur-
due defense, and were at no time in
danger.
A NEW LINE of tea sets on display
at DeFries Art Store.-Adv.

WUERTH AMPSD

Including the original and genuin "Verithin" model.

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Gridiron Gossip I

The name speaks for

All freshman basketball can-
didates are to report for the
regular gymnasium classes until
the basketball squad is picked.
Men are also to see that they
have gymnasium lockers.

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SOLD
BY

HALLE8R & FULLER,

State

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STEAM 6 GAS FITTING
TELEPHONE 214-PF1
Get em from O&H
Men's
Shoe Shop
Featuring Thompson Brogues"

STU DENTS SUPPLY S T O

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT,
Engineers and Architects Materials.

Static

Fountain Pens.

I-P Leather Note Books

Laundry Agency

Morse and

Gilberts Chocolates

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Two high
winners last

point
week

ANI
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"M )ichigan won by a4 good

margin Saturday.

So did'

the. Arcade Cafeteria! "

Ask the man who
wears our shoes

O'KANE & HERTLER
335 SOU'PH MAIN STREET
LLUMN 1I F, COLUMN
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3 P.M. ADVERTISINGAT 3P.M
LOST LOST

New imported wool socks, plain or
with clock, in heather, plain blacks,
whites, and heather mixtures. 85c to
$1.50. Davis Toggery Shop, 119 So
Main St.-Adv.
Pay your Daily subscription at the
Press Bldg.-Adv.

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Nickel's A:

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3T- Log log slide rule. Name
Ball" on case. Finder please call
19 Oakland. Phone 981-J. Re-
ard. 19-2
3T-Delta Gamma Sorority Pin.
inder please return to 1205 Hill
t. 1.8-8
3T-In or near library a gold Ever-
iarp pencil with name, C.-Howard.
alued as keepsake. Return to Sec-
Atary's office. 20.3
IT-Blue auto robe Saturday on
efferson or Thompson. Reward.
all Watt, 2310-J. 20-2
IT-Hornrimmed glasses in black
ather case. Call 16. 30-2
T-Pair of black rimmed glasses'
etween Hill and North U. or there4
bouts. Reward. Phone 1192-W. 20-$
IT-A lady's watch, chain attach-
3, in .'euth Stands, Sec. C, Ferry
ield, 0. 15. Phone 1248-W. 20-2

LOST-Phi Alpha Delta pin, name S.
B. DeMerell, '18, on back. Finder
return to 604 Forest or call 1810-R.
20-2
FOR RENT
FOR RENT - Large comfortable,
single room for lady. 910 E. Wash-
ington. 19-3
FOR RENT-Large front room for two
students. 408 So. Fifth Ave. Phone
11004.. 19-2
FOR SALE
FOR SALE -Remington Junior type-
writer, with carrying case. $22 cash.
1218 Willard St. 20-2
WANTED
FARM WANTED - Wanted to hear
from owner of a farm or good land
for sale, price reasonable. L. Jones,
Box 551, Olney, Ill. 0
WANTED-Two good tikets for O. S.
U. game. Phone 1576-M. Mrs. Hil-
liker. 20-2
WANTED-Quick-Two seats for O.
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They are the largest sell-
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