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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TrHT RSDAY, NOi'EMBER 8, 101

Til 1that Lyndon will give Hanson a run
P for his place as premier breast stroke
artist on the squad, while. the younger
1OO S( DICBI Babcock looks good at the back stroke.
Tl vr BUllmann, a free style man, was out
for practice last year, but eye trouble
;OACH DRULARD HAS AN ARR AY E forced him to give up the sport. This

OF EXPERIENCED AQUATIC
PERFORMERS
With a turnout of 25 men, a large
percentage. of whomare veterans or
promising material, the Michigan
swimming team has every reason tol
look forward to a successful season.
In addition to the number which re-
ported for the first practice yester-I
day afternoon, there are fully 15 oth-
ers of known ability who should ap-
pear at the tank within the' next two
weeks. Several will turn out at the
completion of the football season, andi
a number of green men are expected
to report.
Experienced Performers -
Captt "Britz" Hyde will havf a
goodly ,crowd of experienced perform-
ers to form a nucleus of the aggre-
gation. Hubbard, one of the belt dist-
ance splashers in this section of the
country is even better than ever. Val-
entine, ineligible last year, is back in
good standing and seems sure of a
place on the squad. Smith, another
veteran, did not report for practice but
is expected to put in an appearance at
an early date.
The Babcock brothers, Lyndon and
Kenneth, give evidence of stellar per-
formances to come, the former in par-
ticular showing a remarkable improve-
ment over his breast stroke work of
last year. Coach Drulard predicts

year he is back once more and gives
promise of becoming a highly valuable
man. It is sure that he is to be reck-
oned with when the 10 men who will
compose the team at this year's meets
are picked.
Fancy Divers
In the fancy diving the outlook is
bright with White, a veteran of two
years, in excellent condition and head-
ing all candidates by a narrow mar-
gin. Three in particular are expect-
ed to push him hard and may even
excell his clever work. Clayton Sea-
gars, '23, Weldon Benton, '23, and
Eric Mildner, '24, make up the trio.
Seagars and Mildner are both exper-
ienced men, but Benton, new at the
game, has been remarkably adept.
Gow Heads Freshmen
While it is too early to get any sort
of a line on the freshman team, ap-
pearances point to a good aggrega-
tion, with Jack Gow heading the list
of yearling candidates. Gow was form-
erly the mainstay of the Duluth Cen-
tral high school squad, and is probably
the best all around swimmer in col-
lege today. Coach Drulard expects
big things from the husky yearling.
Kerr, a New Trier high school back
stroke man, is also showing up well.
Five students were arrested in '94
for climbing over the fence of the
athletic field.

MAT COACH SOUGHT I
BY WRESTLING MENI
A fund of three hundred dollars has
been appropriated by the Athletic as-
sociation, to the wrestling club for
the purpose of securing the services
of a competent coach. At present, ac-
cording to Dr. George A. May, assist-
ant professor of physical education,
no one has been secured for the posi-
tion, but a coach will be secured after
the close of the football season. Both
wrestling and boxing have taken pro-
gressive steps at Michigan this year,
and it is expected that teams repre-
senting Michigan will soon compete
with other schools in these sports.
SHUIE"T (DETROIT)
Michigan Ave. at wa hington Blvd.
Nights 50C to $2 ('0. Wed. Mat. 5oc to $i.oo
sat. Mat. 5oc to s 50
MADAME PETROVA
Presenting the romantic play
"The White Peacock"
GARRICK Nights - 50Cto$2.50
DETRCiT
The great romantic actor
MR. LEO
DITRICHSTEIN
In the gay SE flG '
French Comedy

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SOCCER NOTICE
All freshman lits Interested In
class soccer meet Brownfield at
3:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon
on Ferry field.
All sophomore lits interested
in class soccer meet Merner in
south reading room of the Un-
ion at 3 o'clock this afternoon.

TODAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY
N O MA
asnever osplendid
as nowthe- gsthty wife whose innocent past be-
comes the guilty present in Channing Pollock's
great drama of devotion.

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Henry B. Walihall
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Boomerang"

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W HITNEY THEATRE
Sunday, Nov.6

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BEHIND
THE SIGN
ON THE
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THE PICTURE THAT AP
PEALS TO YOUR TRUER
SELF, HIDDEN AWAY BY
W O R L D L Y CONDITIONS
AND CUSTOMS SO OLD THAT THEY
LIVE AS MARTYRS TO THE CAUSE
EVENTUALLY, ACCEPTING T H E S E,.,,,.
LIVING THINGS AS FACTS THAT
LIVE FOREVER!

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CORSAGES Distinctive

Best seats $2.00

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Coats 6.00

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Sheep Lined Coats
12.00
Pelters Reversable
Leather Coats 25.00

TODAY, FRIDAY and- SATURDAY Too!

Ahoy There, Matey!
It's the "Cood Luck" Star in
a Romance awash with
the Sea

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FURNISHERS

HATTERS

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AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING

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by Peter B. KYNE

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LOST
LOST-Reward for Information re-j
sulting in recovery of grey-black
belted overcoat lost on Special train
to Illinois game. Address Box J.
A. 33-2

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-One 1919 Harley Davidson
motorcycle with side-car. Electric
equipped, first class condition, lots
of extras. Deal with owner. Hen-
derson Garage, 112 W. Ann St. 34

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LOST-Gold fountain pen with
er point. Return to Daily
Boxz C. V. D.

Park-
office,
33-21

OST-A fountain pen in Ann Arbor
Savings Bank. Call 2726-M. 34
MISCELLANEOUS
IEMSTITCHING and Picot edge work.
White Sewing Machine Co. Phone
919. 205 E. Washington St. 32-3
'OR TYPING or mimeographing,
phone 1283-J or call at Calkins' Drug

FOR SALE-Ford Speedster, in good
condition. Five new tires. Phone
1110-W. Call at 1002 Cornwell Place.
32-3
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Share in large front
suite. Roommate for double room.
Steam heat, desks. Phone 1194-M.
422 E. Washington. 32-3
FOR RENT-Comfortable front suite
and single room for ladies. 910 E.

Daily Matinees, 25c
2.00 and 3.30
Evenings, 7.00 and 8.30
25c 35c
Cast includes Agnes Ayres

A tale of the sea and the world of ships.
And a man who could face a storm, a
fight, or a glorious love, and see it thru.
Fighting, rollicking, devil-may-care! A
picture that scuds along in a gale of joy
All hands on deck for a great evening's
entertainment at the Majestic.

Also
COMEDY NEWS
ORCHESTRA
It's a Paramount Picture

COMING SUNDAY!
BETTY COMPSON in "At The End of the World"

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