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The Michigan Daily, 1921-09-27

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Florence Wilson-Demattia announc-
es the opening of the beauty shop1
above Cushing's Drug Store, 340 So.
State St. Phone 2939-M. She will be
glad to welcome all her old custom-
ers.-Advr.
Week-end dances at the Packard
Academy. Tickets, $1.00.-Adv.

s at Wahr's,

)ISTINCTIVE
GREETING CARDS, DANCE PROGRAMS,
)RS, NOTIONS, TOILET PREPARATIONS,'

'IRS,
FAVI

ETC.
us ever ready to render expert assistance in selecting
Gifts, Party Favors, Decorations, etc.
THESWISTERIA SHOP'
330 MAYNARD STREET
le Postoflice.

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THE MICHII
ADDITINALSPORTS'
PROMISING SQUAD
OF FARRIERS OUT
Prospects f or a winning cross
country team this fall at Michigan are
unusually bright. Four veteran run-
ners from last year's team have re-
turned and there is much promising
material from last year's Fresh
squad. Captain Penberthy, Chute,
Standish and Whittemore are the old
men who are back for Coach Farrell,
while Bowen, Davis, Arnt, Marston
and Vande Visse are the most promis-
ing members of last fall's yearling
team.
So far Steve has had but 15 men
out for the daily grind, and he is
anxious that at least 100 men show
up within'a week. The men have been
running around Ferry field, but start-
ing today they will meet at Water-
man gymnasium. There will .be class-
es at 3, 4 and 5 o'clock every day so
that all will be able to run.
At present there is ;no schedule ar-
ranged for the harriers, however.
Coach Farrell is hopeful of scheduling
meets at Purdue, M. A. C. and Illi
nois. In addition there will be the
Conference meet which will be held
at Indiana this fall. Other meets may
also be scheduled for the distance
men.
Coach Yost as director of intercol-
legiate athletics does not hesitate to
recommend the hill and dale game,
and urges that all runners go out for
the team. Many of the track stars of
Michigan received their first training
on the cross country team
The call for the'freshmen has gone
out and it is hoped that all members
of the class of '25 who have ddcne any
distance running will meet at Water-
man gymnasium tomorrow afternoon.
Donald Douglass, who ran the two
mile for the Maize and Blue for
spring, will have charge of the year-
lings, and is hoping that a large squad
Will appear. Last year the members
of the fresh team received numerals
and loving cups for their efforts, and
it is probable that this year's men
will be given the same awards.
OHIO STATE PLANS .
RUSH TO MICHIGAN
Althought Ohio State lost three o
her stars this year t-in Workman,
Stinchcomb and Taylor, the team
will be more staunchly supported than
ever by the student body. This Is
made evident by the slogan which was
adopted at thee Ohio school, which is,
"The Ohio State student body to Ann
Arbor on Oct. 22e"
This contest will open the Confer-
ence season for Michigan and it is on
that day also that the newly-com-
pleted stadium will be dedicated. It
will be a banner day for both schools.
For this game the Buckeyes have re-
served 6,000 seats,.and it is predipted at
Ohio State that every one of them will
be filled with Buckeye rooters when
the starter's whistle blows. Every-
thing points to a record attendance of
supporters of both institutions.
All-Freshman Football Candi-
f date Notice
All candidates wishing to try
out for the All-freshman foot-
ball squad are requested to re-

port to Coach Mather at the
Athletic office in the Press
building between 8 and 12 in
the morning or to the Ferry
field club house from 1:30 to
I 5 in the afternoon.

OR. NIST NEAS NEW
HOMOPATHIC CLINIC
Dr. A. G. Nast, of the Wheatland
hospital at Laramie, Wyoming, heads
the new out-clinic and registration
office at the Homoeopathic hosptal.
Doctor Nast graduated from the New
York Homoeopathic college and was
a member of the staff of a prominent
New York hospital before coming to
Michigan.
The new clinic and registration of-
fice is located in the basement at the
left side of the building. Several
rooms have been decorated and pre-
pared for this new department. All
patients of the hospital will enter at a
door on the left end of the building
and will there be registered and ex-
amined or given an appointment for
examination as thecase may be.
Besides the regular medical exam-
ination which Doctor Nast will give,
all of the heads of the departments of
the -hospital will hold their clinics on
certain days of the week.
Million Turned
In At Old Gym'
Waterman gymnasium, with its
unimpresive exterior and its still
more drab interior, was in the over-
night aristocrat of the campus during
registration week.
All roads lead to the building where
University authorities were busy
counting the thousands, and hundreds
of thousands, that rolled in under the
windows in the wire cage at the east
end of the floor. And the gold-we
say gold, but it was currency, checks,,
drafts, money orders anJ every ne-
gotiable medium-is not yet all count-
ed. When the final checking and
totaling is made, the sum will run up
close to or beyond the million mark.
The eleventh hour rush, Saturday
and yesterday, caused by the, fact that
the University opens this year fully
a week earlier than it did last year,
made the drawers of the school's ex-
checquer over-flow.
A detachment of. state constabulary
guarded the "treasury" every minute
during the time the students were
laying their fees on the counter, and

THE YINN
AT LANE HALL
REGULAR MEALS
"JUST LIKE HOME"
Board by Week or Individual'Meals
LUNCH AND DINNER-$6.00 PER WE

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ALARM CLOCKS
BIG BEN AND BABY BEN
HALLER and FULLER
STATE STREET JEWELERS

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GOLD AND SILVER PENCILS

Imported

v. University Ave.

117 EAST WAS

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GOOD' SHOES

Are always the,
end.

cheapest in the

FURNISHINGS

escorted the,

heavy bags to the banks.

1 1921 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
I Oct. 1-Mt. Union at Ann Ar-

DC llL CLOSES
ADVERTISTNrGD AT 3 P.M.

bor.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
son.

8-Case,'at Ann Arbor.
15-M. A. C. at Ann Arbor.
22-0. S. U., at Ann Arbor.
29-Illinois, at Urbana.
5-No game scheduled.
12--Wisconsin, at Madi-

That is why we recommend
Shoes for Men
They are leaders in the shoe world just as
are leaders in this community.
A pair of Nettletons this season will convi
you of their real worth.

FOR RENT
IT-Two houses, two flats,
ee suites for light house-
For sale, the season's bar-
1 homes which will pay for
res. $4,000 to $7,500 on con-
k. C. Schryver, Real Estate.
--niversity Ave. 2
T-Most attractive suite in
bor, available for three or"
idents at 725 Haven, near
newly decorated, newly
d; also desirable suite for
hone 2574. 2
T-Exceptionally large, light
ems at 422 E. Huron. Phone
For two and three men.
heat. You will be pleased
em. 2-2
1T-One front 'suite to two
tents. No other roomers. Two
from campus. Price $8.00.
Ides Ave. Phone 1168. 2
T-Students can rent good
ers; rates reasonable. Un-
. Typewriter Co., Rogers
ackson, Mich. 2-3
rT-Large front room. In-
professional or graduate
preferred. No other room-
7 Willard. 2-2
IT-One suite at $3.50. and
;le at $5. First block*south
us. Instant hot water. 620
2

WANTED
WANTED-Boarders by day or week.
1021 E. Huron St. $7.00 per week'
for three meals. $6.00 per week for
2 meals. Single meals 50c. $1.25'
per day. Special tables for clubs.
2-21
V A.NTED-Twelve boarders, $6.00 per
week for two meals a day. No break-
fasts. Good home cooking. Inquire,
Mrs. Batdorff. 1213 Willard St., or
phone 1456-W. 2-4
WANTED-Good tenor and bass solo-
ist for church work. Apply 312 S.
Division St. Phone 212-J. 1-3
WANTED-To buy a canoe at a reas-
onable price.' Possession to be had
at once. Call Hayes, 1328. 2-3
WANTED-Club of 20 or 25 to board
for school year. Box R. W., Mich,.
igan Daily. 2-3
WANTED-Cook for fraternity house.
Call Steward at 595 after 10:30 A.
M. 2
WANTED - Students washing and
ironing. Call 2569. 110 N. Ingalls. 2-3
LOST
LOST-Jeweled Phi Kappa Psi pin on
Lincoln Ave. -Initials on back. Re-
ward. Return to Daily Office. Box
R. T. H. 2-3
LOST-Red leather check book. Mer-
chants' National Bank. Owner, R.
W. Garlick, Phone 1958-M. 2
LOST-One gold Eversharp pencil.
Name B. Brant, Saturday. Finder
please call 2935-M. 2

Nov. 19-Minnesota, at Ann Ar-
bor.
The only successful ink pencil made,
The Onoto, is sold by Haller & Fuller,
State St. Jewelers.-Adv.
Frances Caspari, teacher of voice
culture. Studio, Cornwell Bldg. For
terms, Phone 638.--Adv.
"Memory and Concentration" aids
your study. At bookstores, 60c.--Adv.

Wahr's Shoe S

Phone 1115

1 08 S. Main
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SodN

Made h

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COMPLETE 1V EAR
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AMBASSADOR SHIRTS
CROFUT & KNAPP HATS

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DIRECTORY TRYOUTS
Tryouts wanted immediately
for both the business and editor-
ial staffs of the Students' Direc-
tory.
Have you seen the new Remington
and Underwood portables? For sale
or rent at Room 2, 2nd floor. 711 N.
University Ave.-Adv.

VASSAR

UNION SUITS

-Two single
>rch; off S.
il 1834-W.

rooms with
State, reas-
2-2'

McDONALD CAPS
r GORDON COATS

Large suite, men or wo-
ges if desired. 917 Mary
307. 2
Room suitable for two
E. Kingsley. Phone
2'
Double room, private
S. Ingalls. 2-2
W1 SALE
'wo complete sets of en-
rawing instruments,
Box J. B., Daily. 2-2

LOST-Tool kit on State St. between
William and Union. Call Dewey at
319. - 2
FOUND
FOUND-A gold plated pencil. Ever-
,narp. Initials W. J. A. Owner may
have same by calling at 609 Monroe
St. and paying for this ad. 2-2
MISCELLANEOUS
HOME MADE salads, salad dressing,
sandwiches and cakes for that lunch-
eon or midnight spread. Phone
1627-W. 2-3
STUDENTS' washings, ironings. and

BY WALKING DOWN TOWN YOU CAN
SAVE MONEY

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6V, F/t

Spaldng
for Sport

AT

The Lutz Clothing Store
217 SOUTH MAIN STREET

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Whether you play foot ball,
basket ball, or indulge in
any athletic sport, Spa ing
implernents will give incst
satisfaction.
Send for catalogue
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
211 So. State St., Chicago

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