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THE IvCHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, NOVEb

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A deposit will hold until
a gift bog Crane, Hurd,
Hampshire, and other choi
ery at 0. D. Morrill's, 1'
Arcade.-Adv.

Christmas Have You sent in your scenario for
Whiting, the University movie yetF
:e station-
7. Nickel's Enroll now--"School For Scandal."

PROSPECTS FOR STRONG
SWIMMING TEAM BRIGHT

-Adv.

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Cream Fried Cakes
FRESH EGGS AND BUTTER

MR. STEWARD, CALL US,

WE ARE PREPARED TO GIVE YOU SERVICE.

The Ann Arbor Crearni

PHONE 664

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The, Flavor Lasts.

PREMIER MEET OF SEASON TO
TAKE PLACE IN DETROIT
ON DEC. 10
eCoach Drulard is grooming his men
for a swimming meet which will take
place in Detroit onDec. 10. Although
this will be only a local affair, it is
important in that it will be the first
time that Michigan tank men will com-
pete\ this year. The squad has been
working hard for the past month and
all the men are in good shape. Coach
Drulard declared that he would enter
men in only a few special events.
Gow, the freshman star, will not be
seen in action as he was called home
last week because of the illness of his
father.
Now that football season is over,
swimmingtshould command a good
share of the Interest -of the school.
Although not a major sport it is very
likely that with the completion of the
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* PIPES LUNCHES SODAS
"We try to treat you riht i
Famous Metropolitan soprano,
woman on the operatic stage t
greater triumph at the Ann Arbor
ORCHEST
SATURDAY E
Mail orders filled. Tickets
Monday, Nov. 28. Prices, $1
Jutiet K. Hammond. Detroit C
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Union pool this sport will be recogniz-
ed. There is good material in the
school and it is believed that if suf-
ficient interest is aroused now, Coach
Drulard will not have a hard time to
put a worthy team into Conference
circles when the sport is recognized.
Practices are held daily at the Y. M.
C. A. at 4 o'clock and anyone wishing
to try out for the squad should report
to the coach at this time. A few more
back and breast strokers are needed
especially.
Intramural Items
Basketball courts in Waterman gym-
nasium have been allotted for frater-
nity practice, preparatory to the tourn-
ament which begins on Monday, as
follows: Tonight at 6:30 o'clock-
court 1, Phi Sigma Delta and Chi Phi;
court 2, Delta Sigma Delta and Beta
Tau Delta; court 3, Delta Tau Delta
and Delta Theta Phi; court 4, Delta
Chi and Delta Upsilon. At 9:30 o'clock
-court 1, Hermitage and Kappa Beta
Psi; court 2, Phi Chi and Kappa Sig-
ma; court 3, Lambda Chi Alpha and
Phi Epsilon Pi; court 4, Pi Beta Phi
and Phi Alpha Gamma. Wednesday at
6:30 o'clock-court 1, Kappa Nu and
Phi Delta Theta; court 2, Phi Gamma
and Phi Psi; court 3, Phi Kappa Sigma
and Sinfonia; court 4, Pi Upsilon Rho
and Chi Psi. At 9:30 o'clock--court 1,
Phi Sigma Kappa and Psi Omega;
court 2, Psi Upsilon and Sigma Alpha
Epsilon; court 3, Sigma Delta Kappa;
court 4, Sigma Phi Fpsilon. Thursday
at 6:30 o'clock-court 1, Theta Chi
and Deltasig; court 2, Theta Delta Chi
and Monon; court 3, Theta Xi apd
Phylon; court 4, Trigon and Xi Psi
hi. At 9:30 o'clock-court 1, Zeta
Beta Tau and Zeta Psi; court 2, Caci-
que and Cygnus; court 3, Sigma Nu.
The following teams will bowl to-
night at the Union alleys: At 7 o'clock,
Sigma Nu, Phi Chi, Beta Phi Delta,
and Trigon; at 9 o'clock, Delta Tau
Delta, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi, Sigma
Delta, and Sigma Phi Epsilon. The
schedule for Wednesday night is as
follows: at 7 o'clock, Cygnijs, Alpha
Sigma Phi, Alpha Delta Phi, and Phi
Sigma Kappa; at 9 o'clock, Alpha Tau
Omega, Alpha- Rho Chi, Theta Chi, and
Phi Rho Sigma.
:I[A RBORi
considered the most beautiful
oday. No artist ever scored a
Festival than Bori did last May.
BRA HALL
EVE., DEC. 3
on sale at Grinnell .Bros.,
.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00
oncert Bureau Isobel J. Hurst

CAPPON, GOEBEL, UTERITZ
TO RETURN NEXT SEASON
Michigan fared well in Eckersall's
All-Conference selections. The Wol-
verines placed nearly as many men on
the three mythical elevens as did any
other of the strong Big Ten teams,
The champion Hawkeyes placed six
men, as also did the Badgers, while
Michigan, Chicago and Ohio each were
awarded five places on the honorary
teams. Illinois, who had an off sea-
son, placed. three men, while Minne-
sota, Indiana and Purdue each had a
player selected on the third eleven.
Iowa Places Her Star Trio
On the first team Iowa was given
Devine, Locke and Slater. This trio
of stars who were largely responsible
for the -Hawkeyes' success were gen-
erally conceded to be the best men
in the middle west. Devine and Slat-
er undoubtedly will make strong bids
for All-American honors. Michigan,
Ohio State and Chicago were the
schools to be honored with two places
on the first eleven, whil'e Illinois and
Wisconsin were each allotted one
place. Peden of Illinois, Elliott of
Wisconsin and Locke of Iowa are the
only first team men who have not sung
their swan song on* the Conference
gridiron.
Vick and Dunne Honored
Vick and "Duke" Dunne, Michigan's
players on the first eleven, have play-
ed their last game for the Maize and
Blue. Both Dunne and x Vick have
played four years on Yost's teams and
have been rated among the best in
the West during their years of com-
petition. Vick is not a newcomer on
All-Conference teams as Ernie made
Eckersall's first team in 1918 when he'
wqas playing his first year under
Yost as freshman. "Duke" Dunne al-
so played his first year on the 1918
war time eleven but at an end posi-
tion.
It was in 1918 that the Yostmen
were undefeated. Vick has been one
of the great outstanding stars of thea
game this year and should make- a
strong bid for All-American honors
along with Slater, McGuire and Au-
brey Devine. "Duke" Dunne playedJ
a whale of game all year despite con-
tinued injuries. It was "Duke's" fight
that was greatly in evidence during
the Wisconsin game which, inciden-
tally, was one of the classic battles in
the Conference this year. "Duke" has

"Duke" Dunne and "Ernie" Tick
Awarded Berths, on First
Team

Are

been arversatile player, having played
two yers at end and two at guard.
Cappon Deserving
Cappon's presence in the backfield
of the second team is a place justly
awarded. Cappon is probably the most
versatile man in the Conference.
Whenever Coach Yost is hard pressed
for a player to fill a vacancy he has
been able to rely on Cappon to adapt
himself to the style of play necessary
for the position. Cappon is a big fel-
low, a hard fighter and has never
been outplayed in his two years on
the Varsity by an opposing player, al-
though he has appeared in the roles
of end, tackle and halfback. Last year
he was placed on the second All-Con-
ference team at end. Naturally a back-
field man Cappon, because of his ver-
satility, was not played in his regular
position at the beginning of the sea-
son because of the large number of
backfield men and the scarcity of line-
men.
With Kipke's injury in the Ohio
game prospects for the Illinois battle
began to glimmer,but Cappon's play'
ing at Urbana proved to be a revela-
tion to the delegation of rooters who
accompanied the team. He tore
through the Orange and Blue line un-
til Michigan was in striking distance
and Steketee's toe sent the oval be-
tween the bars for a victory. In the
following games Cappon more than
justified the "eputation which he gain-
ed at Illinois. Cappon is the greatest
plunger in the Conference and with
Ernie Vick to open holes for him he
literally tore the opposing lines into
shreds. Eckersall said that there was
little to choose between Cappon and
the backs on the first team, which is
his acknowledgment of "appe's"
worth.
Utertz Has Great Possibilities
Uteritz' selection to pilot the third
team was pleasing to all Wolverine
followers. The little pilot who took
over the running of the team after
Bank's injury made a favorable im-
pression in every contest and was
probably at the height of his game IA
the final battle with Minnesota when
he scored two touchdowns. Uteritz is
a sophomore this year and will have
two more years on Wolverine teams.
Kipke's injury probably cost him a
chance to make the mythical elevens
as Eckerall says that "Kip" should
be a terror next season if he is un
hampered by injuries.
Goebel Thought to Be Underrated
Goebel, the fifth Wolverine to be
selected, was placed on the third
team. Many others had placed Goebel
on the first or second elevens. How-
ever, with the ends on both the first
and second elevens graduating this
year he should be, along with Kirk,
the best end in the Conference next
season. Goebel was a powerful de-
fensive flank man and a tower of
strength to Michigan.
"School for Scandal"-shows society
within.-Adv.
Enroll now "School for Scandal."-
Adv.
Have you sent in your seenariofor
the University movie yet?

FIVE MICHIGAN FOOTBALLERSPLACE
ON ECKtRSALL'S MYTHICAL ELEVENS

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tionery and Gifts
usually desirable selection,
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Extra Specials This Week at Lutz's Great Clothing Sale

OVERCOATS

50 all-wool, half and full belt-
ed, blanket-lined coats, the
kind the other fellow wants
$50.00 for. Why pay that
much when we will sell you
one forj

HERE'S WHAT YOU HAVE
BEEN WAITING FOR
CORDUROY REEFERS
One Model in Dark Drab,
Blanket Lined

WOOL HOSIERY
ONE LOT OF FINE ALL-WOOL AND
SILK AND WOOL GO AT
95c each

SUITS

$7.85

$3.00
$2.00

FLANNEL PAJAMAS
values .................-- - -$2.45
values.. . ........................... $1.65

Your choice of our entire
stock of high-grade Adler-
Rochester Suits. Some sold
for as much as $60.00, now
any one in the store

:33.75

HERE IS THE REAL COAT
Angora lined, belt all around, light
tan, the wonder coat. of the year
$12.85 -

ARROW
soc Collars ...
35c Collars ...
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SOFT COLLARS-
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