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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

now-"School For Scandal."{

Glee Club Concert Tickets at Gra-
ham's and Wahr's.-Adv.

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EAT SMOKE DRINK
REST and PLAY
All Michigan men are
Invited, requested and ex-
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IOWA COACH CLAIMS
DEVINE GREAT STAR
Iowa City, Ia., Nov. 26.-Howard
Jones, coach of the University of Iowa
football team, says Captain Aubrey
Devine, the Hawkeye quarterback, is
"the greatest all-around backfield
man" he has ever' coached or "ever
seen in recent years."
Jones, who coached Yale's cham-
pionship eleven in 1913, had Coy and
Philbin, two All-American backfield
selections in his machine of that year,
while in his own days as a gridiron
star, he played on the same Yale
teams with his brother "Tad," an All-
American quarterback.
"Others have been as great in open
field running, there may have been
better punters and there may have
been his equal in drop kicking, but I
have never known of any backfield man
whose accomplishments in running,
punting, drop kicking and forward
passing combined, equal those of Au-
brey Devine," said Jones. "I don't
believe there has ever been a more ac-
curate forward passer than Devine,"
he stated. "He is also also a. leader
and field general of the best type."

BILLIARDS CIGARS CANDIE~S
PIPES LUINCHES SODAS
"We tr~y to treat you riht

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Attend that Glee Club Concert, Tues-
day.-Adv.

Chicken Broth with Rice
Olives Celery
Roast Chicken with Dressing{
Beef Loaf with Tomato Sauce
Lamb Chops Cranberry Sauce
French Fried Potatoes Mashed Potatoes
Baked Squash Creamed Peas
SALADS
French Fruit Salad{
Head Lettuce sg
# with Thousand Island Dressing

MATERIAL STRONG
tFRTRACK SQUAD
Farrell to Make Initial Call for Try-
outs After Christmas
Holidays
DISTANCE MEN RESTING AFTER
HARD CROSS-COUNTRY SEASON
Now that the cross-country season
is over, Coach Steve Farrell is devot-
ing all his time to the track men. The
season has not yet begun, and the ini-
tial call will not appear until after the
Christmas holidays, but many of the
men are indulging in light workouts.
Friday the pit in Waterman gymna-
sium was opened for the first time,
and the men were pole vaulting and
high jumping.
None of the distance men are doing
anything as yet, as most of the mem-
bers of the cross-country team will
handle this branch, and they are rest-I
ing up a little after a hard season.
They will appear later in the season
after a rest. The sprint men have been
putt4ng in a little work for some time.
Lewis; a member of the Varsity last
year, and Captain Simmons have been
working out in the gymnasium. Burk,
who placed in the Cornell meet last
year, is also out, and Weeks, Davis,
Martin and Siemons, all dash men
from the yearling squad last year,
have been sprinting up and down the
floor of the gymnasium.
Lally, a pole vaulter, has been put-
ting in some good work, and Smith, a
high jumper, has also been out for the
past few weeks. All the men out so
.far have been members of the Varsity
or freshman team last year, and they
hope to get in condition so that when
the call Is heard at the start of the
new year that they will be ready to
give their best. Coach Farrell will be
without the services of Butler and
Wetzel, two splendid dash men, as
well as Forbes, a high jumper and the
pole vaulter, Wesbrook. Martin, Dav-
is, Siemon and Burk should take the
places of the sprint stars, and Smith
is showing up pretty well in the jump.
Intramural Items
Interfraternity bowling will get un-
der way Monday at 8:30 o'clock on the
Union alleys with Sigma Chi, Zeta
Beta' Tau, Nu Sigma Nu, and Delta
Upsilon rolling in the first of the
qualifying round games. On Tues-
day at 7 o'clock Sigma Nu, Phi Chi,
Beta Phi Delta, and Trigon will roll,
to be followed at 9 o'clock by Delta
Tau Delta, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Sig-
ma Delta, and Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Letters will be mailed on Monday
to the various fraternities entered in
the basketball tournament stating the
rules which will apply during the en-
tire season, which comprises over 200
games. Such a long list of contests
requires the closest and heartiest co-
operation on the part of the organiza-
tion, and it is hoped that all sched-
ules made by the department will be
complied with, as no postponements of
games will be permitted.
SOPH LIT DANCE TICKETS
PLACED ON SALE THIS WEEK
Tickets for the soph lit mixerto be
For the ways of society see "School
Cor Scandal."-Adv.

Music Galore. Clee Club Concert,
Tuesday.-Adv.

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held from 3 to 6 o'clock, Saturday,
Dec. 10, in the Armory will go on
sale this week, according to an an-
nouncement made yesterday by Guy
C. Hill, '24. The price of the tickets
will be 50 cents.

All Musical Program-Varsity Glee
and Mandolin Club Concert, Tuesday.
-Adv.
For the ways of society see "School
For Scandal."-Adv.

The Way of a Man
With His Clothes

"pecial discount on personal Christ-
mas Caro orders received before Nov.
20. 0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickel's Arcade.
Open evenings.-Adv.
Tickets for Glee Club Concert at
Graham's and Wahr's.-Adv.

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S OME men leave old clothes lying
around where they soon become moth
eaten and useless. Others sell their gar-
ments the minute they're discarded-and
realize considerable on them.
We want to buy men's used suits, trou-
sers and shoes. We'll pay high cash prices
for them. Look yours over; then sell what
you don't need.

Telephone 2601
We 'll call at once

CLAUDE

BROWN

Opposte Court House on Fourth

DESSERTS
Apple Pie Cocoanut Cream and Mince
Home-made Suet Pudding
with Hard Sauce
Jello with Whipped Creain
Home-made Cake
Coffee Tea Milk
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Next to Arcade Theatre

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Does a brilliazt singer score a fresh triumph, here or abroad; does
a new musical comediy create a fresh group ot popular song hits anc
dances? Ahost as soon, you may hear in your own home the recent
successes of the crntie world of music- through Victor Records on
your Victrola.
Only through this combination-Victor Records played on a Victroht
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Get your Victrola in time r the holidays. Come in and select
it today!I Weil gladly expain r club plan for convenient p ylents
you wish.j~
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0 So. Main St
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married student. Kitchenette and
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WANTED-To rent, microscope, re-
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WANTED - Roommate by engineer.
Large front room, well heated. $3.00.
1220 East University. 54
WANTED-Double room for women,'
second semester. Phone 1512-R. 54-2
WANTED-A garage near State and
Monroe. Call Kindel, 396. 54
FOR RENT
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53-2
FOUND
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Phone 1194-M, 422 East Washing-
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LOST
LOST - Brown silk umbrella with
black and white crooked handle at
Majestic. Reward. Return to Daily.
53-2
LOST-Pair of tortoise shell rimmed
glasses in long leather case. Call
Alberta Houle, 2166-W. 54-3
LOST-Gold pencil with initials S. T.,
Tuesday evening. Reward. Call
253-W. 54-32

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