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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Dec. 16, 1909.

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If you are not sure of his size we suggest
that you buy with the understanding of
the correct size being furnished.

ALL LEATHERS, ALL COLORS
LINED AND UNLINED
Just what he needs

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an (g,,,l.g C ps Buildings Dave Poor Lighting Systems Whereas, formerly people were con- fect a change in the present order
of VFAn investigation of the lighting sys- tent with subdued lights, brighter illumination. Funds will be asked for
tme of the various buildings on the lights are fast replacing the older this purpose in the next budget and
Cornell Wins Cross Country' - ampus by Albert J. Maslin, '22E, and dimmer ones, according to Maslin. work started on the Chemistry build-
Harvard took eighth place in the shows that most of them are in great Plans are being made by the Build- ing, which has been shown to be in th
13th annual intercollegiate cross need of improvement. Ings and Grounds department to ef- poorest condition.
.country run on the new Van Cortlandt
park course in New York City last
Monday afternoon. Cornell, placing
six men out of the first ten to cross
the tape, won the harrier classic, for
ord of. 18 points, while her nearest
competitor, Princeton, ran up a score
of 87. Syracuse was third with 108,
Yale was fourth in the team stand-
ing, with 111 points against her. R. THE MANAGEMENT OF THE
E. Brown, of Cornell, won individual
honors, finishing in 32 min., 20 1-2 fhD I yC
Michigan DlySeir't ots
seconds. Qi7 i
Crimson to Play Basketba HAS DECIDED TO EXTEND
Harvard started her second year of MILLIONS OF REMEMBER
basketball last Monday, with more PEOPLE CAN THE TIME ONE MORE WEEK THIS PICTURE
than 40 men appearing for the first WRITE STORIES WILL BE PRO
practice. Of last 'year's squad, six re- AND DUCED RIGHT
ported, among them, Captain Mc- PHOTOPLAYS C O N T E S T HERE
Leisch. Harvard is counting strongly
on her last year's freshman team to AND WILL POSITIVELY CLOSE IN ANN ARBOR
augment this season's Varsity. Ed- DON'T KNOW ITW L P I VYO ERBOR
ward A. Wachter, Jr., is the coach.SA1 START WRITING
Basketball was only given official YOUR STORY
status as a Varsity sport last year. TRY NOW AT 6 O'CLOCK TODAY
McMilin Stars
"Bo" McMillin, Centre college's All-
American quarterback, and Eddie _ e7 P i e
Casey, Harvard's former Al-American 75.00 IN COLD given as Prizes
halfback, upheld their traditions last
week by piloting a 16 to 6 victory, DON'T LET THIS OPPOD'RUNITY PS
a "Rainbow" team composed of m: PASS
er star gridiron players, over a "Star-
buck" team composed of Ohio State
university stars at Ohio field. The Enter with the M ichigan Spirit, "To Win!"
"Starbuck" lineup contained such stars
as Harley and Stinchcomb. RULES OF CONTEST A FEW SUGGESTIONS
The 'tittle Centre college quarter- 1. A scenario is the description of the action of
back, his goal In danger, circled the 1. All manuscripts must be typewritten on white a story in its proper order, but not necessarily di-
end, wriggled his way through oppos- 8% x 11 inch paper. Original copies, not Carbons, vided into scenes of giving the detailed action.
igtcesarsthfeladin an must be submitted. 2. Don't forget that the heart and soul of the
ing tackles across the field, and n2. Manuscripts should be written as shor' as pos- scenario Is its story. That is the great thing, the
86-yard dash planted the oval behind Bible but fully explaining situations and detail of essential thing, and the all important thing about
the goal, story. the scenario. If the story is a fascinating thing of
3. The writer's name and address must be on the heart-interest, clean romance, adventure or mystery,
Dunne on This Team upper left hand corner of the first page of the man- then your scenaro oamatic t peart. desired. Drama
"Duke" Dunne was placed on the uscript makes a more definite appeal and is easier to por-
All-American team that was selected 4. Manuscripts not accepted will be returned only tray than comedy or farcial comedy.
by Norman E. Brown, sport critic, of if self-addressed and stamped envelopes are en- 4. Avoid "slap-stick" and gross comedy situations.
the Louisville Courier-Journal. Cap- closed. 5. Avoid sex themes or situations developed on
pon received a place on the second 6. Manuscripts will be judged by competent th 6. Rememberbthat language cannot be photo-
All-American. judges picked by The Daily and the producers. graphed, therefore avoid lengthy description. The
__.______6. Two prizes will be awarded, the first of $5 story must be one of action, one which may be vis-
and the second of $25. ualized.
nt m ralIems7 uriptssabeaddred to The Daily 7. Portray your characters conisely and at all
1nnracrae omf . hManscnrihoul e dreset hDiy times be consistent in the development Of you,
- incar ofthescenrioediortheme.
Results of the wling Wednesday 8. The contest closes at 6 o'clock Saturday night, 8. It is suggested that the -story be based on
Rest o the bwling Wenday Dec. 10, 1921. some plot which revolves around the University.
night in the qualifying round of the
interfraternity bowling were as fol- Remember this contest is open to all students of the Univer-
lows: Alpha Rho Chi, 2142; Alphatof
Tau Omega, 2240; Theta Chi, 1926; Phi sity with the exceptions of the "Michigan Daily" Editorial
Rho Sigma, 2046; Alpha Sigma Phi, and Business Staffs.
2199; Cygnus, 1812; Phi Sigma Kappa,
1816; Alpha Delta Phi, 2D67. The two
high teams so far in the qualifying NOTE:-Any students who are considering submitting scenarios and who desire any further infor-
round are Nu Sigma Nu with a score mation can interview the producing company's representative at the publications reading room, second
of 2253 and Alpha Tau Omega with floor of the Press Building, from 2 to 4 o'clock any day except Saturday.
2240. This round will continue unti1
next Wednesday evening.
The basketball league composed of
societies and sectional. clubs which
has been popular in previous seasons KIRSCHBAUM CLOTHES FALL AND WINTER r921
is to continue this year and such clu'
of this type who desire to play are re-
quested to send their entries to the
Intramural office at once.
Three thousand, three hundred and
eight peole were killed by automo-
biles in 1919.
'Ninty-three lits defeated '94 lits in
a football game in 1891.
CLASS MANAGERS, NOTICE
All class athletic managers
should report to the Intramural

office at once for instructions re-
garding the interclass basketball
and bowling schedules.
ne woolens, of old-time
quality, chosen by us from
the world's best. Such fabrics
9 ®with Kirschbaum tailoring,
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a There is a certain amount mean clothes that it better,
- ® of mental stimulus born *
e of competition. look smarter and Wear longer.
a When such moments iooe *
® drop in and try the per. s
- fect Billiard equipment *
J. we have and which we O to $AC

Pay

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Have your shoes repaired at Dieterle's,
and save $$$ in your school year

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EVERY JOB GUARANTEED

You are the judge

Half Soles and Heels......$2.00
Full Soles and Heels......$3.00

Henry O. Dieterle

343 So. Main St.

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WANTED-Young man wants employ-
ment. Can do nearly anything. Pref-
erence chauffeur,;understandsrcare
of automobile. Porter in a. Srater-
nity. Phone 2142-J.69-2
WANTED- Situation. A firt class
fraternity cook will be disengaged
Jan. 1st. Address Box H. S. C., Daily
office. 57-3
WANTED - Reasonably priced room
where study conditions are good, by
senior student. Write Box E. G.4B.,
Daily. 66-E1
MISCELLANEOUS
3TUDENTS' NOTICE - Commence
this week we are reducing our laun-
dry prices. No calls or deliveries
made. Phone 2169, 110 N. Ingalls.
55-5
THERE ARE a few vacant first places
at Failing's Dining Rooms now. It
you are looking for one, here is a
good Dlace for good home cooking.'

:TISING UW I AT 3 PAM.
LOST
LOST-A gray, silk purse containini
money, key and car tickets. Finde
please call Miss Lovell, 2288. Re
ward. 68-,
LOST-Notebook with name Franc
Brown on cover, at Chubb's. Fin
er please return to desk. I
LOST-Pearl necklace'between Pack
ard St. and West Hall. Call 2663-J

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suite, steam heat, two double desks.
Phone f114-M. 422 east Washing-
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