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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TATEMENTS

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OF THE
T CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION

Harvard-Princeton Game Will Be
Gridiron Classic Of ILast Today

Intramural Items
Soccer games are soheduled as fol-
lows: Monday at :30) o'clock, Phi
Gamma Delta vs. Delta Chi, Alpha
Sigma Phi vs. Phi Delta Theta; at 4
o'clock, Delta Tau Delta vs. Phi
Delta Chi, Delta Upsilon vs. Beta The-
ta Pi.

.o'crok Juni*r lits,
vs. Senior lits, Cbr
Fresh engineers, R,I
M, vs. Soph engirne

aF +i '

OF THE
University of Michigan

GENERAL FUNDS
Fiscal Year-September 1st, 1920 to August 81st, 1921
RECEIPTS
Balance in Bank, September 1st, 1920,.........$ 512.15
Alumni.:................................. 4,639.87
Board of Trustees............................ 665.00
Ann Arbor Citizens and U. of M. Faculty........ 690.00
Students of the University ...................... 3,113.61
Loans:
Board of Trustees.. .............$ 900.00
Ann Arbor Bible Chair..........6,875.00
Dr. T. M. Iden ................... 125.00
Farmers and Mechanics Bank..... '500.00
8.400.00

State Committee, Y. M. C. A....................
Ann Arbor Commupity Budget .. ...........
University of Michigan (Employment Bureau)...
The "Y~ Inn:
Profits... .....................$2,000.00
Rentals .......................... 900.00
Handbook................................
Bank Refunds, etc......... ............
Income from Endowment Funds ................
Sundry - Sale of Waste Paper .................
Trust Funds:
Newterry Hall ..................$1,242.43
Ann Arbor Bible Chair ........... 1.788.15
Presbyterian ..................... 6,195.64
Lutheran ....................... 543.64
Congregational ................... 372.76
Methodist ...............1...... 46.20
Disciple ...................... .... 22.68
Baptist .......................... 19.00
Unitarian ........................ 18.48
Christian Science ................ 5.88

800.00
357.44
500.00
2,900.00
695.00
129.17
270.56
2.00

/

(By Victor W. Klein)
Harvard's crimson gladiators will
defy the Princeton Tigers in the
eastern gridiron classic of today.
Will Harvard make good its threat
or will its men bow humbly before
the snarling of the aggressive Tig-
ers? This question, most pre-emin-
ent in the minds of leading football
critics throughout the country, will
be answered onceand for all with the
assertionof superiority of the brain,
brawn and fight of either the men of
Harvard or the men of Princeton
when they clash on the Princeton
gridiron this afternoon.
Both Elevens Ready
Princeton is ready. Harvard is
ready. Alibis based on injuries or
lack'of time for sufficient preparation
are now entirely out of the question
and cannot possibly be offered this
evening after the victor is once ac-
claimed. Charles Fisher and "Bob"
Roper, the respective coaches of the
Crimson and Tiger elevens, have util-
ized every available moment during
the past week in preparing their men
for this, the first crucial contest of
the Big Three schedule. The regulars
of each team, according v4-,official
announcements, are in excellent' con-
dition for the tussle.
On the defense Coach Fisher of
Harvard has painstakingly built up a
forward wall which must successfullyt
cope with the charging of the heavy
Princeton line and stay the onslaught
of the fleet-footed Tiger backs if the
aggressive Princeton team is to be
held. Offensively passing and open
formations will undoubtedly be the
Crimson's strong forte.
Coach Roper of Princeton, on the
other hand, has to contend with Har-
vard's aforementioned passing and
open formations instead of solid mass
plays. During the past week he has
striven to perfect a defense against
the forward passes that Harvard is
expected to shower and for any other
open formations that may be used. The
Tiger team has the profoundest re-
spect for Harvard's passilig ability
and well remembers-how for the past
two years the score had been tied, in
the waning moments of play after the
Tigers were ahead, by Crimson'o' use
of the readly overhead attack. On the
defense the Princeton team is ex-
pected to rely upon straight football
and mass plays for its gains.
A comparison of teams ntin for
man and by the effectiveness of their

ton the edge on paper. If the game is
close the punting of Lourie of Prince-
ton and that of Fitts of Harvard may
be a deciding factor. However the best
indications as to the probable out-
come of the game may be had by a
survey of team sprit displayed dur-
ing the past week.,
Crimson Hopeful
Harvard is hopeful; Princeton is
confident. In an indirect fashion this
reflection of team spirit points to
Princeton as the favorite of the strug-
gle. On paper the Tigers have the
edge. However many things often
happen on the field of play that are
not and cannot be foreseen when the
result of the game is figured out-on
paper in advance. Perhaps the un-
expected will happen this afternoon.
Harvard may conquer the Tigers and
upset all pre~tictions, and then again
it may not. Just what will happen
actual play alone can tell.
500 League Girls
See Comic Skits
Comedy skits were presented by sev-
eral houses at the cabaret party giv-
en by the Women's league yesterday
afternoon in Barbour gymnasium at
which there were more than 500 wo-
men present.
Gamma Phi Beta sorority gave a
feature entitled "Mother and Daughter
at the Movies," Kappa Kappa Gamma
entertained with a Dutch act, and
Cheever dormitory enacted a sight see-
ing tour across the campus.
Refreshments were served by 20
little waitresses in costume from Betsy
Barbour dormitory. Between acts mus-
ice was furnished for dancing.
LIVE STOCK EXPOSITION
TO SHOW COLLEGE EXHIBITS
Educational exhibits from American
state colleges will be one of the fea-
tures of the International Live Stock
exposition to be held in Chicago Nov.
t6 to Dec. 3. Plans for Michigan's
exhibit have been started and are now
well under way.
Exhibits from the states will be put
on only through the colleges or ex-
periment stations. They will feature
scientific experiments and efficient
farm practices as related to crop pro-
duction and the utilization of crops, es-

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STEAM b
s ~ TELEPHOI

Tuesday at 3:30 o'clock: Theta Chi Randall and Metner, 7-5, 6-3, and
vs. Zeta Psi, Sigma Nu vs. winner of oppose Schaefer and Nichols in
Delta Tau Delta-Phi Delta Chi; at 4 semi-finals.

Kleh anal Hodgman defeatedI
and Segal in the semi-finals of th
campus doubles tennis tourname
4, 6-2. Dunakin and Zeck de

10,254.86

GAS FITTING
NE 214"F1

A Place to bring your friends
Nowhere is the food better
Nowhere is the service more prompt
TUTTLE'S LUNCH ROOM
Maynard Street

Total Receipts (including beginning
balance of 1920) ........................$33,929.66
DISBURSEMENTS
Maintenance of Buildings:
Janitor .......................... $ 880.00
Equipment% ....................... 144.00
Repairs, Upkeep, etc. ............. 248.29
Building Supplies ................ 227.55
Taxes ..........................57.12
Insurance ........................ 316.10
Telephone ...................... 477.17
Water ........................ ... 54.00
Light.......... .............. 281.08
Fuel............. 677.39
Extra Janitor and other Services.. 121.25
$ 3,483.95

Salaries of Executives:
General Secretary ............. $3,819.96
Associate-Secretary .............. .750.00
Operating Expenses:
Office:
Stenographers...........$2,222.40
Extra Clerical 2 ,179.78
Employment Desk. ..... 605.11
Distribution of Posters... 11.65
Canvass for emp........ 6.00
Operation Movies,........ 4.00
$4,028.94
Printing . ...................1,498.28
Postage.......................... 966.41
Office Suppies ..................... 398.05
Traveling Expense ................. 723.52'
Entertainment.................. 430.11
Books and Magazines.............. 96.00
Collection Student Pledges.......82.50
Mrs. "adwell-:Newberry fHall..... 29.40
University Services: (Partial)
Music ......................... $ 125.00
Speakers....................... 275.00
Janitor Hill Auditorium .......... 67.10
Engraving.............. .......... 5.74
Repayment of Loans:
Members Board of Trustees......$ 900.00
Farmers and Mechanics Bank ..... 2,000.00

4,569.96

GLOVE.S
Lined and Unlined
The TWO-IN-ONE
For Dress, Sport and
Business Wear

respective styles

of play gives Prince-' specially through live stock:

8,253.21

FIN ANC IAL STATEMENTS.
OF THE
STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
(CON'TINUED)
"Y" INN
Sept. 1st, 1920-June 80th, 1921
RECEIPTS
GrosB Income:
Sept. and Oct. ......................$ 4,961.32
November....................<........4,337.69
December....................... 2,326.81
January ............................ 3,109.72
February ,.................... 2,149.20
March .............................. 3,173.90
April...... ....................... 1,962.78
May................2,873.15
June .............................. 1,336"S3 $6211

Fownes- Hays
Lucas & Kennedy
All Leathers and Colors

472.84

2,900.00
Interest on Loans ............................ 2,155.95
Loan to Women's Dept. S. C. A................ 200.00
Handbook ................1,074.00
Error at Bank ... ............................. 1.00
Advertising .............................. ... 44.00
Alumni Catalogue Office .......f................30.25
Refund on Bank Overdraft ..................... 60.00
Bad Checks Charged ..........................43.32
Revenue Stamps for Notes...................... 6.00
Trust Funds Disbursed ...................... 10,573.14
Balance-in bank .............................. 62.04
Total Disbursed ..........................$33,929.66
FRANIK E. ROYCE, Treasurer.
WOXEWS DEPARTMENT OF THE S. C. A.
Sept. lot, 1920 to Aug. 31st,1921
RECEIPTS

TINKER & COMPANY

Sept. 1920 Bank Bal..!.........

$26,231.20
73.08
$26,304.18

SO. STATE ST. AT WILLIAM ST.

Less:
Food:

Grand Total ...............
DISBURSEMENTS
Inventory Sept. 1920....................$ 00.00
Purchases1.........................6,868.o6
Inventory June 19a....................8oo.o

$16,068.06

Equipment:
Inventory Sept. 1920..................$ 500.00
Equipment Purchased ................. 1,733.33

,._..
--- = .. -
- + ,

Ulo

Less:

Inventory June 1921. ............ 1,800oo0

Memberships .........................$ 1,275.50
Community Club ....................357.43
Philip H. Gray .................. ......1,400.00
Friends ............................. 755.00
Lane Hall Tea Room ................. 90.19
Dr. Sargent Fund (Michigan in China.. 1,520.00
Newberry Residence ..................810.00
Newberry Tea Room ....:............ 722.13
Faculty .............................. 152.25
Miscellaneous ........................ 206.85
oTtal Receipts.......
Bank Balance .........

Grand Total .......
DISBURSEMENTS
Salaries ...........................
Operating Expense:
Building Maintenance,........
Equipment..............
Telephone and Telegraph ........
Jantor.........................
Office Supplies ..."......... ......
Coal.......................
Printing ...............
4 Books and Magazines ............
Publicity ........................
Stamps ........................
Moving .................."........
Traveling Expense ..............-.

$7,289.35
$ 554.80
$7,844.15
4,167.75

153.26
72.04
102.46
400.00
87.52
587.36
55.95
60.30
15.00
78.08
4.00
14.11

433.33
Discount on Canadian Money......... 1.95
Profits Paid to S. C. A...................2,100.00
Commission on Operation ............ 300.00
Change............... ........ . . 45.00
Salaries of Management .............. 1,350.00
Salaries of Operation ......... ,700,1S
Advertising............................ 58.22.
Rentals............................... 8oo.oo
Operating Expense 'nd Maintenance....$ 1,310.17
Less. Error at Bank $.10.................. .10 1,310,07
Equipment and Inventory ........ 2,100.00
Bank Balance, June, 192r!.......... 37.10
$26,304.18
FRANK E. ROYCE, Treasurer.
UNIVERSITY FRESH AIR CAMP FUND
Summer, 1921
RECEIPTS
First Campus Drive...................$1,371.27
Ferry Field Collection............................. .. 39.24
Camp Store Receipts................. ... .....12.84
Masonic Bodies of Port Huron...............
Second Campus Drive .................................. 293.83
Sale of automobile. ................................... 86.oo
Refunded Transportation............................... 28.85
Refund of Equipment .................................. 61.34
Camp Arbutus........................................13.47
Donations from Alumni and friends................... 1,11.97
Detroit........................$700.00
Ann Arbor................. 296.50
Saginaw........................15.00
St. Clair Co.1.................. 40.47
Flint ........ .. ........... ....10.00
Jackson ......................... S.00
Port Huron..................... 20.00
$3110.97
DISBURSEMENTS
Postage .....................,..$ 132.67
Stationery ............................................... 207.01
Printing................................ 192.55
En raving......................66
S.c. A. Toll Service................................... 4.43
Clerical, Office and Miscellaneous Expense................. 307.26
Equipment, Supplies and Transportation .................. 2,171.67
Transferred to Camp Site Fund.......................... 88.70
$3.110.97
FRANK E. ROYCE, Treasurer.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
This is to certify that the above statements have been prepared from the finan-
cial records of the Student Christian Association, and give a correct exhibit of the
cash transactionsof the Association as evidenced by its books of record and sub-
sidiary documents.
(Signed) W. A. PATON,
Professor of Accounting,
University of Michigan.

CLOSES CLOSES
AT 3 P.I. ADVERTISING AT 3'P

LOST'
LOST-Leather cover notebook, name
on cover. Finder please call Knep-
per, 1741-R. 35-2
LOST-Wed. Nov. 2-A pair of dark
shell rimmed glasses. Finder kind-
ly call 1920-M. Reward. 36
LOST-Phi Alpha Delta pin. Initials
R. R. G. on back. Call 1920-M. Re-
ward. 36-2
LOST--A mink choker in Arcade Cafe-
teria. Finder kindly call 1920-M.
36-2
LOST-Leather notebook. Name on
cover. Please call Winchell, 2302-M.
36-2
FOR SALE

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-One half of a large we
furnished room at a reasonable rat
Board may also be obtained at 0
house. 119 Park Terrace. Pho:
765-W. SE
FOR RENT- Large well furnish
front room for one or two studen
private family, with board if des]
ed. Phone 1072-3. S
FOR RENT-Very desirable rooms
new house near campus. Call 2952=
36
MISCELLANEOUS
LOOK-JUST what you want! W
not make your clerical work ea
by using the new pocket size ad
ing machine. See one. Demonsti
tor on display at Sugden's Dr
Store. 3

Homeop. Nurses Unit
U. of M. Nurses Unit
Social..............
Central Y. W. C. A..
Dr. Sargent Fund (Mi
Visiting Secretary ...
Membership-Returne
Miscellaneous ......
Social Service....
S. C. A. Current Expen

-$1,610.08
................ 25.00
................. . 65.00
.. ..... .274.14
.......... 122.51
chigan in China). 1,528.00
.........,......'. 13.26
d Check ....... 1.00
"......... ...... 19.20
.........,........18.19
se (Closing stem) .03
$7,844.15
FRANK E. ROYCE, Treasurer.

FOR SALE-Gordon sheeplined coat- PARTY WHO took overcoat fro
value $45.00-n excellent condition. Chubb's is known, and if same is n
Will sell for $22.50. Also light returned at once to 1103 S. Unive
weight top coat for $10.00. Call at id-36
1108 Willard between 8 and 10 in
the evening. 36 LOST
FOR SALE-Overcoat in good condi- LOST-A pair of horn rimmed glass
tion. Price reasonable. 215 South with gold bows and nosepiece. Plea
Thayer St. 1884-M. 35-2 call 717-R. 36

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