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FARELL'S PROTEGES READY FOR OPENING MEET
HOW THEY FACE EACH OTHER
THIS WILL BE A COLD 1~ INTER &ND YOU WILL
W ITH PURDUE CROSS.COU
Coach Farrell's cross country run-
ners will receive their first real test
of the year this morning when they
compete against the Purdue distance
men in the five mile grind over the
boulevard course. Although Davis
and Vande Visse are not eligible to
run, Steve is confident that his men
will make a good showing against
Nine Wolverines will toe the line
against Purdue, and the first five
runners to finish from each school
will count in the scoring. Captain
Penberthy, Standish, Whittemore,
Chute, Marston, Bowen, Purcell, Ear-
hart, and Lammy are the men on
whom Coach Farrell bases his hopes.
Coach O'Conner of Purdue brought
along with him but six men. Three
of them, Captain Harrison, Furnas,
and Murphy, are veterans, while
Dye, Goodman, and Magruder are new
to Conference cross country running.
Both Captain Harrison and Furnas
have a spledid reputation for long
distance running in the Big Ten.
Professor . Carver, a former Michi-
gan cross country and Varsity track
man, will be the referee of the race
which will start at 10:30 o'clock on
Volland street near the Homoeopa-
thic hospital. The course runs down
Volland to Observatory road to
Geddes. Then down Geddes across
the Michigan Central tracks to Fuller;
down Fuller to Glenn avenue, then to
East Huron. Up East Huron to Four-
teenth street and back to Volland,
where the starting gun was fired. It
is expected that a igood crowd will
follow the men around the course.
The men of both teams will be
numbered so that the spectators will
easily recognize them. Purdue men
will be numbered from one to six,
while the Wolverines will bear num-
bers from 10 to 18. They are: 1-
Captain Harrison, 2-Furnas, 3--
Murphy, 4-Dye, 5-Magruder, 6-
Goodman. Captain Penberthy is num-
ber 10. 11--Standish, 12-Whitte-
more, 13-Chute, j 14-Marston, 15-
Bowen, 16 - Purcell, 17 -- Earhart,
NTRY MEN THIS MORNING
THIS WILL BE A COLD WINTER AND YOU WILL
NEED ONE OF OUR
IN YOUR ROOM
COME IN AND LOOK OVER OUR ASSORTMENT OF
Ohio Rooters Use Every Possible
Conveyance. In Reaching Ann Arbor
EVERYTHI1NG FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING
21:-15 W. Liberty St. "Out of High Rent District" Phone 554
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MADISON AVENUE COR. FORTY-FOURTH STRF
WILSON-WHOSE INJURIES LAST
week will keep him out of today's
Monday's games-Phi Gamma Delta
vs. Psi Upsilon; Phi Delta Theta vs.
Kappa Nu; Zeta Psi vs. Sigma Alpha
Tuesday's games--Alpha Sigma Phi
vs. Alpha Delta Phi; Phi Sigma Del-
ta vs. Theta Chi; Delta Tau Delta vs.
winner of Delta Chi-D. K. E. game
Columbus, 0., Oct. 21.-Ohio State'
rooters are planning to invade Annj
Arbor by every possible means. As
many as seven train loads are al-
ready provided for and coaches have
been added almost hourly to the
trains, until the tickets for seats at
Ferry field ran out and hundreds
The Minnesota game gave the tick-
et sales such a boost that by Monday
evening, every one of the 6,000 tickets
sent down to the Athletic department
at Columbus, had been sold.
Chamber of Commerce Comes
Two Pullman trains are to leave
Columbus tonight, and four Satur-
day morning. Two of those leaving
Saturday morning will be made up of
day coaches, and two of Pullman cars.
Several whole Pullman cars have
been chartered outright by fraterni-
ties. The Chamber of Commerce is
taking a train-load of down-town
Automobiles are flying around the
Ohio State campus. painted Scarlet
and Gray and covered with campaign
epithets calculated to make the hair
on the heads of the natives of the
towns through which the motor cara-
vans pass, stand on end.
In The Past.
Ann Arbor en masse as will the en-
tire corps of cheer-leaders.
Telephone Murray Hill 88oo
Our Representative will be at the
HOTEL STATLER, DETROIT
Monday and Tuesday
October 24 and 25
with Samples of Ready-made Clothing
Furnishings, Hats and Shoes
Send for "Clothes and the Hour"
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NEWPORT SALS- ;21
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Tennis-Klein defeated Millet
6-0; Hodgeman defeated Jerome
6-4; Hames beat Kresge 6-0,+
Dunakin defeated Moore 6-3,+
Matsuda won from Welch 1-6,
6-0- Miller won from Sanchez
POLICE MAKE TRAFFIC RULE
To avoid congestion before and
after the football game Saturday,
State street from Monroe to Mc-.
Kinley will be closed to traffic.
Further, vehicles will not be per-
mitted on any streets within a
block of Ferry field. Residents
of Ann Arbor are asked not to
drive their automobiles to the
game, so that parking facilities
for out of town cars will be
CHIEF OF POLICE O'BRIEN.
3-6, 6-3; Hil beat Newbury 6-1, 6-2;
Gustus defeated Tracy 1-6, 6-2, 6-4;
and Bright won from Reason 6-2, 6-2,
Singles have reached the fourth
round. Doubles have been allowed
considerable leeway because of the
heavy entry in the singles tourna-
ment. All first round doubles match-
es must be reported by Monday night,
however, or be declared forfeited.
WOOL SOCKS; don't forget to buy
a pair with your next brogues. These
socks come in white, in cordovan,
heather mixtures, and black. Davis
Toggery Shop. 119 S. Main.-Adv.
The only successful ink pencil made,
The Onoto. is sold by Haller & Fuller,
b.ze St. Jewelers.-Adv.
Pictures and frames of Good Taste
and Refinement at De Fries Art Store.
No motor trucks have been char-
ered this year because of the low
rates offered by the railroads. Last
year, it will be remembered, three
large trucks went all the way to Ur- !
bana, Illinois from Columbus, 311
miles one way, through snow, to the
game with the Illini.
"Bummers" on the freights are ex-
pected to light out. soon, but po-eds
will watch their step this year fol-
lowing the detection of a group from
one sorority hidden in the Pullmans
going to Chicago in 1920.
No one has heard of any contem-
plated airplane trips asyet, but some
of the students have planes and may
go that way.
The 100-piece band is all pepped
up for the event and will journey toj
R 1 t
- -he knows.
To Him There's only
--"The PYREX Way"
are a few
"When You 21uy, Vuy Quality"
1. PYREX is transparent.
--and they are
even better than
we said they would
thru and see the food baking.
2. PYREX retains the full fla-
vor because the baking is quick
will make your
food taste better
3. PYREX is guaranteed not
to break in the oven.
jno. C. Fischer
Main near Washington
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