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October 22, 1921 - Image 9

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-10-22

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Dempsey Jakes Half ilion Yearly:
Lose Your Presidential Aspirations
(By George Sloan) I amassed these fortunes before they '
Butchers and Presidents are'nt the were 26!
onily ones making iboney in tllis world, Schuttinger, Cotilletti, Kui] e,r,
if we are to judge by the incomes of Penman, Butwell and a score of d11e:
several others who may not be so jockeys made between $10,000 a d
high in the social scale. $40,000 in the saddle for a scnn'
Dempsey Cleans Up work. Ted Sloan, the greatest jocKy
No one knows exactly how much that ever straddled a horse, made well
Jack Dempsey has cleaned up in the over $2,500,000.
two years that he has been walking liaise an Athlete
around with the champ belt but one So why train your boy to be a mere
can gather an idea by totalling the President? Let him go in athletics
following estimates: and he may be worth a fortune at 21-
Willard fight, $27,500; Miske fight, maybe.

$55,000, Brennan fight, $100,000; Car-
pentier fight, $300,000; Moving pictures,l
$400,000; and Theatrical work, $75,-
000. Total $957,500.
Divide that by two-that means
about half a million dollars a year for
Jack Bust 'em, in the two years he's
been champ.
All Make Fortunes
Harry Vardon and some of his as-
sociates, are estimated to make be-
tween $50,000 and $75,000 a year.

MAJOR SOULEBIDS
ALUMNI WELCOME'
(By W. B. Butler)
Treasurer Emeritus, Major Harri-
son Soule, for 25 years treasurer of
the University, bids welcome to Mich-
igan alumni here for the Homecom-
ing game today.
Major Soule began his long career

Babe Ruth socked close to $150,000 of service to Michigan in 1883, con-
in 1920 and should do better this year. tinuing in office until 1908 when he
Willie Hoppe doesn't do anything but resigned. Today, at 89, the Major"
play billiards. Instead of filling the looks no older than a man of 55 or 60
coffers of Huston Brothers he makes years, erect in stature and hale of
a neat little pile of something like complexion.
$75,000 a year doing it. Frankie Rob- Everyday one may see a young o'd
inson, the jockey who was killed man with an elastic step, healthy
while riding a few years ago, was complexion and white beard, taking
only 21, + 1e left an estate of about his daily constitutional stroll. His
half aA million, face radiates that peace which comes
Jess ' .,.,.rd annexed close to a from the realization of years of ser-
million dollars while champion. For vice in work well done. This man,
more than 10 years Cobb's earnings one of the monuments of the Uni-
have 'been around $25,000 annually.. versity, bids welcome to homecom-
Benny Leonard has made close to ing Alumni.'

bought tickets and came to hear them
too, which is another queer thing
about 1896.
And the girls had campus birthday
parties too and everybody on the
campus came and put 18 or 19, or 27
or 32 pennies into the box where
( verybody could see them.
That was the way they did it in the
good old days" with everybody help-
ng.
MIICHIGAN UNION PLAYHOUSE
USED FOR OPERA REHEARSALS
(Continued from Page 8)
with comparatively little remodelling
it can be made suitable for the stage
of the new Playhouse.
At the present time the building is
being used for preliminary rehearsals
of the 1922 Union opera, "Make It For
Two." After this play has been round-
ed into shape an opportunity will be
offered to present the variety week-
end programs that are planned for the
rest of the year by Mimes. A combin-
ation of burlesques, one-act comedies,
dramas, and motion pictures will start
shortly after the opera tour. Such
burlesques as 'Way Up Yeast," "Bar-
bara Fidgety," "Sapolio," "Secret Ser-
vants," and "Diplunacy" have been ar-
ranged and Sunday afternoons a pro-
gram composed exclusively of motion
pictures will be offered to students at
a small charge.
ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
SCHEDULE FFFECTIVE OCT. To, z921
Read Down Central Standard Time
A.M. . P.M P.M. A&PM
Daliy Daily Daily Daily
7:30 1:30 Lv... Adrian ...Ar. 7:00 12.45
8:05 2:05 ... Tecumseh ... 6:z5 1z:1o
8:25 2:25...Clinton .......6:o5 11:50
9:15 3:15 Saline .-. 5:15 z :00
9:45 3 :45 Ar. Ann Arbor Lv. 4:45 ro0:30
A.M . P.M. P.M. A&PM
Read Up
SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS
P.M P.M.
3:30 Lv Adrian ..Ar 9:00
4:05 ....Tecumseh .... 8:25
4:25 ......Clinton .... 8:. 5
5:15 Saline 7:15
5:45 Ar. Ann Arbor Lv. 6:45
P.M. P.M.
START IT RIGHT
7:0 Brea k fast
12:00 Lunel
6:0 Dinner
END IT RIGHT
LUNCI[ AT THE
STUDENT LUNCH
409 EAST JEFFERSON

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FOR THE, GAME

Be sure to take a box of our delicious
candy with you to the game today.
Or send a box home with her after
the game.

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

Dr. George E. MIckle
. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
Office hours daily by appoint-
w ent Telephone 2526 .
= Jm. 12, Over Arcade Theatre
711 N. University Ave. .

Crest Chocolate I

- 302 S. Main.

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A Reliable Jeweler
CHAPMAN
,113 South Main

The Arcade
Cafeteria is

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half a million.

And most of themI

MICHIGAN BOASTS 7 ALL-
AMERICAN MEN IN 20 YEARS
(Continued from Page 5)
Maulbetsch was a halfback of the high-
est class and won his laurels by wond-
erful work against the eastern schools
that the Wolverines played. Johnnie
played for Yost from 1914 to 1916.
The last man to be chosen by Walter
camp is still on the squad. Frank
Steketee was named all-American full-
back in 1918 when he was a freshman
in the University. Frank is the only
player in modern football who has
won a berth on the highest team when
a freshmlan. He made his name in the
Syracuse game ;of 1918 when he scored
the entire 15 points by which Michigan
defeated the New Yorkers. The follow-
ing year he did not play and last year
was severely handicapped by an in-
jured leg. This year he has started in
a way that reminds one of his brand of
football three years ago and if he is
able to escape injury should be one
of the best bets in the country for the
all-American backfield of 1921.

WOMEN AUILT GYM IN 1896;.
NOW LEAGUE NEEDS NEW HOME
(Continued from Page 6)
old-fashioned hoop skirts, put corn-
starch on their noses when their room-
mates weren't looking, and hired cabs
and everything spuzzy and went after
their "gemman friens" just like regu-
lar guys. Some of the cabs even stop-
ped .on State street. Wasn't that the
limit!
Prexy Receives
Well, that was at the time Presi-
dent Angell was here. They put him
on the receiving line and it was a wo-
men's party so he acted just like a
lady-GUESS what Prexy did! He
borrowed Mrs. Angell's best long
white kid gloves that came way up
to her elbow and wore them all even-
ing pulled way up to his elbows on
the outside of his dress coat. It was
a good party that night.
After that the girls learned lots
more money. They recited, "The Cur-
few Shall not Ring Tonight," and
other famous ballads all over the
platform of U hall and people really

hacking the
to the limit!

'Varsity

Up stairs
Nickels ',arc

LAJESTIC
LAST TIMES TODAY

THREE DAYS STARTING
SUNDAY

Busier

KeatO

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Phone 937R
Sptless

Phone 937R

IN HIS FUNNIEST PICTURE
"THE HAUNTED HOUS
EVERY MOVE A LAUGH!

Cleaning Pressing Altering
Shoe Repairing and Laundry Agency
We Call For and Deliver

ON THE SAME PROGRAM

CORNER

STATE AND JEFFERSON

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TWO
GREAT
PICTURES
REGULAR
PRICES

The
Drug Store
Where
Prescriptions
ARE
Filled-
The "Quarry
Drug and Prescription Store
G. CLAUDE' DRAKE
Proprietor
The nine thousand (calendar, or 17,000,
"union") days of service in this store has
made it possible for Mr. Drake to learn the
needs or wants of many people from many
lands.
Service to the People Our Motto.

11'.

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A Sidney A.Franklin
production
The dramatic conflict of wif
ly happiness and wifely lo
alty under the torment
lifelong separation.
Big Cast Headed by
SAM DE GRASSE and

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IT'S A BIG DOUBLE SHOW AT
REGULAR PRICES

SHOWS TODAY AT
2:00, 3:30 - 7:00, 8:30

SEND THE CHILDREN THIS
AFTERNOON
ONLY 10c

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