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The Sports lanner"

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(Conducted by W. F. E.)
Editor's note-This column is to be
conducted as often as space will per-
mit. Contributions are requested, be
they humorous, caustic, or what not.
If you think anything's right or wrong,
tell us about it. If you've a good sport
laugh up your sleeve don't hold back
on the rest of the campus. We all en-
joy a chuckle. All that is asked that
you 'be brief and to the point. Send
contribs to W. F. E., Sports depart-
ment, The Michigan Daily, Press build-
ing.
Newspapers throughout the state on
Monday carried an article by Peter

Fagan, correspondent of .the United
Press, which has created no small
amount of interest. Other than attri-
buting a slurring statement to Gover-
nor Groesbeck, which the latter denied
in a telegraphic message printed in
Thursday's Daily, he made a vicious
attack on the very heart and soul of
Michigan democracy. He insinuates,
but does not state outright, that the
opinion of state officers in Lansing is
that Coach Yost should removed im-
mediately, and states further that the
Governor has "instituted a search for
the men or the influence responsible
for the idea that Steketee and three or
four other members of the team were

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ever intended to be football players."
Those of us who saw Stek and those
three or four others in action against
Illinois on Saturday know full well
the paucity of truth in the statement
even if Governor Groesbeck had made
it. It is doubtful if Mr. Fagan wit-
nessed the contest, but even so, the
article, coming from one so well known
in newspaper circles, is rather a sur-
prise. Mr. Fagan states, further, that
certain prominent members of the
team can show wealth and good fel-
lowship but no ability as players. In
our despair at the eccentricities of the
human race we are inclined to weep.
But the most we can do is let that team
of ours answer the charge in the game
with Wisconsin as it did against Illi-
nois, the while murmuring to our-
self in tones of exasperation, "where
do they get that stuff?"
Over in Evanston they have a slogan.
It is "Northwestern fights!' It is
more than merely a combination of
words; it is a living, breathing battle
cry! Thrice downed by Conference
elevens the wearers of the Purple
have put these defeats behind and are
polishing up the old spirit of years
gone by, when Northwestern was a
factor in Big Ten football circles, for
the game wit'' -'urdue. They may lose,
but watch 'n scrap!
In "The Wake of the News" of the
Chicago Tribune, ("This Wake is con-
ducted by Harvey T. Woodruff, help,
help!"), the Vox Populi for hundreds
of sport fans, an Iowa contrib breaks
forth with the claim that the Hawk-
eyes never receive credit for having a
good football team. Well and good.
We will admit that Iowa has a cork-
ing aggregation this year, but she has
no opportunity to prove it. She has
not one first rate college eleven on her
schedule, with the possible exception
of Illinois. She will, almost without
doubt, finish her season with a clean
slate, but can such teams as Purdue,
Northwestern, Indiana, be counted as
opposition? Even Purdue held the
Hawkeyes to two scores and slipped
one touchdown across herselft last
Saturday. Yes, Iowa is good, but it
will be all but impossible to determine
how good. Conference faculties frown
OT season games, yet that is the
only logical solution of the champion-
ship problem.
GUSTUS LOSES TO
HAMES IN FINALS
Weldon T. Hames, '24, is the All-
campus tennis champion. Hames de-
feated John A. Gustus, 22, in the final
round of the singles of the fall tennis
tourney Wednesday afternoon by the
scores 6-4, 6-2 6-1. The winner play-
ed excellent tennis in defeating his op-
ponent and at no time after the first
set was at all hard pressed. Having
solved Gustus' style of game in the
first set, Hames proceeded to take the
last two with no difficulty.
Hames was one of the promising
candidates for the freshman team last
spring. He has shown improvement
this fall and his play marks him as a
strong contender for the Varsity next
spring. He played through the en-
tire fall tourney in impressive fash-
ion.

FRIDAY
9:00-2:00-Class dues of sophomore
engineers payable at desk over arch.
12:10-University Shrine club leaves
for Moslem ceremonial.
12:15-Law faculty luncheon at Un-
ion.
3:30-Tryot~ts for the senior lit soc-
cer team Ferry field clubhouse.
4:10-Upper {oom Bible class meets
in Lane hall.
4:30-Tryouts for freshman soccer
team meet at Ferry field.
7:00 Meeting of Philippine Michigan
club at Lane hall.
7:30-Prof. Francis IV. Kelsey lectures
on the Near East at Presbyterian
church.
7:30-Meeting of Intercollegiate Soci-
alist society 1) room P162, Natural
Science buildirg.
7:30-Regular meeting of Alpha Nu,
fourth floor, University hall.
8:30-Benefit dance for St. Thomas'
basketball team at St. Thomas' par-
ish hall.
9:00-Sophomore engineers' dance in
ball room of Union.
SATURDAY
10:30-Freshman cross country try.
out.
1:30-Varsity band meets at Hill au-
ditorium.
2:30-Catholic students' party at Un-
Ion.
7:00-Upper Room Bible class meets
in Lane hall.
7:30-Chinese students meet at Lane
hall.
7:45-Craftsmen club meets at Mas-
onic temple.
The University registration number-
ed 2,500 names in 1894.

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Disposal Sale of Men1
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We're Unloading the Entire Varsity Toggery Sh(
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Women's Haberdashery

Special in Wool Hose
Friday and Saturday
only--98cts.

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DANCE STUDIOS
WE TEACH ALL BRANCHES
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BALLET, TOE, SOFT
SHOE
CHILDREN'S CLASS
Saturdays: 2-4
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EVERY DAY BY APPOINT.
MENT
Hours: 1.5, 7-10
WERTH ARCADE

Shirts, for Instance
$2 Arrow Shirts with soft cuffs................65c
$2' and $2.50 Lion Dress Shirts........... ...68c
$1.50 to $3 Arrow and Lion Stiff Cuff Shirts.... 79c
$2, $2.50 and $3 Arrow, Lion and Monarch
Soft Cuff Shirts, in excellent patterns..$1.45
$3 Arrow Shirts with Soft Collars Attached. .$1.55
f$3 and $3.50 Arrow Soft Cuff Shirts in fine
neat patterns...........$1.69
$3 $3.50 and$4 Arrow and Lion Soft Cuff Shirts . $2.19
Fine $2.50 White Polo Shirts..............$1.79
With Soft Cuffs and Collars attached
The Best Shirts in Our Stock. Regular $3
and $3.50 values ..................$2.15
White PoloStyles with Collars attached
All Ha6s and Caps
5 dozen Felt Hats with narrow brims, in light
and dark colors, $5 and $6 values......$1.15
A group of $3 Hats clearing at... ..........39c
Men's Smart Winter Caps. $1.50 values.......69c
$2.50 values... ......................$1.13
Men's English Tweed and Herringbone Caps
in browns and grays.....25 PER CENT LESS
Men's Hudson Seal Hats for'Driving.
$8.50 and $10 values .................$4.75
Arrow Collars, 3 for 50c
Pajamas, Nightshirts
$2 to $3.50 Lightweight Pajamas in white and
colors. . ... . . - .$1.39
Heavy li'lannel Pajamas, worth $2.25 to $4.25..$1.53
Boys' Flannel and Lightweight Cotton Pajamas
$1.50 values ............ c
Boys' Lightweight Cotton Night Shirts
$1.50 to $2.25 values .........85e
Boys' $1.50 and $2 Flannel Night Shirts .........95c
Lab. Coats, Aprons
$3 Dental Clinic Coats. .................$1.85
$2 Waiters' Coats......... ..........$1.39
Only Five Linen Lab. Coats. *$8values.......$1.13
$1 Rubber Chem. Aprons ........79e
55 Lab. Aprons, made of brown duck. Reg.
ularly 90c. Now ....... ...........49e

Neckwear Values
Price Redutions on Neckwear are very
$1.50 -values ........................ ..
$2 Ties ...........................
$2.50 Neckwear................ ....
$3 values,.......................... ..

Men's IHose, Too

Sheepskin and Leather Coats

Six $20 Sheepskin Coats ..............
Four $25 Sheepskin Coats....... ...
Gordon Leather Coat, $45 value........
Underwear in All Weights
$1 Athletic Underwear ...................
$1.50 Athletic Underwear ..... .....
$2 Athletic Underwear. Some of it reg. B.1
Two-piece Reg. B.Y.D. runksE and Shirts,
$1 Gym Pants... .......
50c Porosknit Drawers, Shirts........
$1 Cotton Balbriggan Undershirts.......
$1 and $1.25 Heavy Ribbed Cotton Drawers
and Undershirts ... ....
Lightweight Woolen Drawers, $1.50 valuer.
$2.50 light and heavy weight fleeced Cotton
Union Suits..
Five Heavy Cotton Union Suits. .$1.75 vai
$2.25 Lightweight Cotton Union Suits.
Heavy Wool and Cotton Mixture Union Su
$3 values. ..................
All Belts at 57c

50ci Cotton Lisle Socks in blue, white, brows
and gray......... ..
75e Fine Lisle Hose, in black, cordovan, na
white, wine, and Palm Beach.....
3 pairs for ....... .....
$1.25 and $1.50 Siik Hose in black, cordova
and dark green ... .........
$2 Laundry Cases, $1.13

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FOR RENT
FOR RENT-One half of a large well
furnished room at a reasonable rate.
Board may also be obtained at the
house. 119 Park Terrace. Phone
765-W. 35-2
FOR RENT - Very desirable single
room. Pleasant and comfortable.
Reasonable. Block from campus.
715 Ho.en Ave. 954-M. 35
FOR RENT- Large well furnished
front room for one or two students,
private family, with board if desir-
ed. Phone 1072-J. 85-3
LOST
LOST-Leather cover notebook, name
on cover. Finder please call Knep-
per, 1741-R. 85-2
LOST - Blackshell glasses without
case. Reward. Call 2816-J. 35

FOR SALE
OR SALE-Overcoat in good condi-
tion. Price reasonable. 215 South
Thayer St. 1884-M. 35-2
FOR RENT-Comfortable front suite
and single room for ladies. 910 E.
Washington. 33-3
WANTED
WANTED--Fifteen men to go to Mad-
ison in automobile truck at $10 per
man. Call Ralph Deiterle, 557-J. 35
1rISCELLANEOUS
LOOK-JUST what you want! Why
not make your clerical work easy
by using the new pocket size add-
ing machine. See one. Demonstra-
tor on display at Sugden's Drug
Store. 85-3
FOR TYPING or .mimeographing,
phone 1283-J or call at Calkins' Drug
Store. 34-3

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Class Toques at 65cI

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And Scores of Other Equally Remarkable
Values that will mean Tremendous Savings
Van Boven :,Y Cress
Formerly the Varsity Toggery Shop

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buys a brand
new Corona
portable type-
wrjter. Other makes
at attractive prices.
See us before you buy.'
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade AAn Arbor. Mich

1107 South University Avenue

Open from 7-30 A. M.

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