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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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POUTS

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Tryouts for the business staff
of The Michigan Daily may ap-
ply between 2 and 4 o'clock aft-
ernoons during the week. Men
interested in advertising writing
can also be used. First semester
students are not eligible.

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PARCEL
DELIVERY
TELEPHONE
2700
TRUNKS
'N EVERYTHING

A three year law course was in-
stituted in 1894.
"School for Scandal" is coming.-
Adv.

Have you sent in your
the University movie yet t

scenario forI

State Savings Bank

Car. Main and Washington

Capital $300,000 Surplus $300,000

Resources $4,000,000

SIX VETERA9NS WILL FORM
UCLEUS-OFHOCKEY
NEGOTIATiNS ARE UNDER WAY
FOR SCHEDULING GAMES
IN EAST
Michigan's informal hockey team
expects a big year. Six veterans are
back for work, and much is expected
of them.
G. R. Anderson, instructor'in elec-
trical engineering, will be the coach.
He will be assisted by Ray Cannon,
one of the instructors in the Dental
college. Anderson played on the 1920
team, as right wing, and Cannon was
on the team for two years.
Barkell to Play
"Dick" Barkell, who has held down
the center position for the last two
years is back on the job, and much is
expected of him this year. "Dick" is
one of the best centers in the coun-
try.
"Bobby" Kerr is another veteran who
will play again He is out for his old:
position at left wing. Kerr is very
fast, and probably the best back-
checker on the squad. With these two
men on the offensive, Michigan is as-
sured of a strong attack.
For the defense positions, MacDuff,
Kahn, and Follis are again on hand to
break up the rushes of the opposing
team. All these men are veterans of
two years' experience, and should give
a good account ofthemselves. In goal
Coombs, who was custodian of the
net on last year's team, is out for his
old job, and if he lives up to his per-
formance of last year, very few goals
will be scored on Michigan this year.
Few Substitutes
The chief worry is lack of capable
substitutes. Hockey is a strenuous
game, in which a change of players
is constantly needed, and so far this
season all men with hockey ability are
urged to come out for the team. The
initial meeting of the year was held
last night in the )union.
At present, negotiations are under
way for a trip to be taken during the
Christmas vacation, and also games
with one or two Eastern schools.
LEAVE ANYTHING BEHIND?
All personal property left in
the Ferry field club house should
be called for and claimed this
week.

Phillips' scholarships were founded
at the University in 1895 by the will
of Henry Phillips, Jr.
"School for Scandal" is coming.-
Adv.

HolidayDfiance
Thanksgiving Day E
Odd Fellows Hall 9 p. m. E
!University Quadrangle Orchestra I
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$68 to $95

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mas CarD orders receiv
20. 0. D. Morrill, 17 Nil
Open evenings.-Adv.
"School for Scandal"
within.--Adv.

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Make Your Reservations
The Y. W. C. A. Cafeteria is now
reserving tables for Thanksgiving din-
ner at $1.25 per plate. This, of course,
includes regular table service. Have
your table reserved today. There will
also be the regular self service as usual.

Ready-to-Wear
$45 to $70

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Tinker &ACompany
SO. STATE. ST. AT WILLIAM ST.

DRESS SUITS FOR RENTAL

'ir'

MENU

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CREAM OF TOMATO SOUP WITH CROUTONS
ROASTED TURKEY WITH OYSTER SAUCE CHICKEN PIES

SCALLOPED OYSTERS

MASHED POTATOES
CREAMED ONIONS

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BAKED SQUASH

CELERY AND APPLE SALAD WITH WAFERS
HEAD LETTUCE WITH THOUSAND ISLAND DRESSING

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MINCE PIE

PUMPKIN PIE

APPLE-CUSTARD

Wanted: Bright young man to sell
our line of made to measure All-pur-
pose Coats during spare time. Op-
portunity to make $10.00 a day as
other students are-doing. If you are
working your way through school or
need extra money get our proposition.
Allan Manufacturing Co., Dept. 83,
Louisville, Ky.
Have you sent in your scenario for
the University movie yet?

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HOME-MADE SUET PUDDING WITH HARD SAUCE

LAST TIMES TOD)

NUTS AND MINTS
COFFEE TEA MILK

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508-510 E. William Street,

Candy--

A SEQUEL TO THE GREATEST
OF OUTDOOR PICTURES-
Cod's Country"'

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ROSS-
BRAND

Countless Wild Animals in Their

Native Haunts

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A Story of Love and Adventure and the Great Canadian
Northwest. A Screen Triumph.
EXCEPTIONAL ADDED ATTRACTIONS

will make an ideal
gift for your Mother
or her this Thanks-

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THANKSGIVING SPECIAL

Bebe

Daniels

in
"The Speed Cirl"
FULL ORCHESTRA THURSDAY MATINEE
SHOWING 1:30 - 8:00 - 4:30 EVENING 7:00 - 8:80

For the ways of society see "School
for Seandal."-Adv.

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Telephone 273
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