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October 02, 1921 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-10-02

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ICE CREAM

WOLVERINES TO ORGANIZE GOLF STEAM has already written asking for a dual with O. S. U. in the mc
FOR CONFERENCE MEET IN CHICAGO meet with Michigan next spring and same day as the footba:
1 ! it is possible that a meet may be held that school.
Arrangem nts are now being made application and also five best scores imuiIIIIIIIIIIInwInInlI i nIIIlluumIlluI
to vbe held in thatl chy the1latter part any standar(1 nine hole course. All FOUNTlllt{iNI1
in Chicago ?r a Conference Golf meet made over the Ann Arbor course or AAMOUNTAC E
to i,6cd i-11T?,t cr_: , 'e pa aln , ,<dard nine hole course. All ALARM LOCK$ FU TI
of this moth. our men Dams will a )cations should be in the hands xATCHES
compete and iis pbabl that eery of Profssor Trueblood not later than - -"
2'choo in the Dig Ten will he rpre- c. 4th Conference rules will apply H A L L E F Ui L L
sented. a- in other conference sports, and it -A-R W
sO )ieu to Comipete. is hoped that all men who are interest- STATE TEWELERS
In order that Michigan may send a <d will try out for the team.SR T
team of really high class caliber th i; To Arrange Dual Meets. SILVERWARE
directors of the Ann Arbor golf club Tentative plans are being made for
have voted to allow 30 of the best several other meets some of which - SILVER & GOLD PENCILS PICTURE F
univerity plaers" to prctie" overI wil;be held in Ann Arbor. Illinois*1au1tIiiuu11,..unu911111n11.Inm!nIltuI;IzluIIuil~uwufnj

Feeds Body and Mind -
It is a decided help in
making your work at the
University a success.

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WHY SHOULD
YOU HAVE

A

TYPEWRITER?

Silent Smith" Model 8
Typewriter
L. C Smith & Bros.

BECAUSE-It will enable you to
get more out of your college
course.

BECAUSE-It will mean higher marks in your studies.
BECAUSE-It will add to your stAnding and prestige with
the professors.
BECAUSE-You can keep carbon copies of notes, theses
and lectures.
BECAUSE-A knowledge of how to operate a writing ma-
chine will be useful as long as you live.
The Silent Model 8 runs so quietly that you
can use it without disturbing other students near
you. It has many other exclusive features that
you should know about.
Drop in and let us show you our very complete assortment
of typewriters

their course. A fee of ten dollars will
be charged for the rest of the season
Students who i ishvto ometo
Trueblood, 1024 lill St., or phone
089M. A check should accompany the
JAP TENNIS STARS
PLAY LAST MATCH
ON AMERiCAN SOIL
Japan's DavisCup team was to
make its final appeaxance on Amer
cani s>oil in a fa rewell dCoubles tourniey
he d on the courts of the Hoboken
Tennis Club yesterdy dfternoon. The
tournament ws a wo-ronnd doubles
eliminaion affair, in which Ichya
Kumagac and Zenio Shimidzu, the two
members of the Nipponese combina-
tion, wielded their raccuets in opposi-
tion to Watson . Washburn and
Harold Throckmorton, Francis Hunter
and Howard Voshell, and Samuel
Hardy and Dr. Sumner Hardy.
ThU t o Jaannese stars, because of
their stellar performances in the
avis Cup matches and alo because
o0 their ommendable display of good
sportsmanship in other tournament
play, e eyd a great deal of
popularit with ^merican tennis gal-
leries during their stay in this
country. It was wth a great deal of
sincere regret that the goodly number
of enthursiasts tuned ilOut to watch the
final play of the two stars from the
OVER 21)0 F RE SIMEN ENLL
FQR BXN(ma iNsTRUCTION.I
Boxing, a new minor sport at the
University of Michigan, will formally
open on Monday, October 22, at Water-
man gym when Coach Sullivan will
be on hand to register appicants for
boxing instruction. It is thought that
there wili he a greater number of
registrants for boxing this year than
ever before. Over 200 freshmen hav
signified their intentions of taking in-.
struction. Coach Sullivan will be in
the boxing room from nine until five.
He was authorized to return to Michi-
gan by the Boxing Board of Control.
The first business meeting of the
Boxing (Iub will be held in the Union
at 7:30 o'clock next Tuesday night.
Ten men who were elected to the
club last spring wiii be pubically in-
itiated early At' November.
Try a Daily Want Ad. It pays.-Adv.
short lid, Typewrii Sere-
'aul a"dCommercia Courses.
New T1erm - Oct. 3rd
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Engineers
Agency.

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and Architects Materials. White Swan Laundry
Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Note Books

R. H. Fyfe & Co., Detroit
Announce a Special Exhibit of
Fall Shoes for Men
Beginning Monday, October 3rd, the Fyfe Store of De-
troit will conduct a# comprehensive display of men's fall ox-
fords and high shoes at the establishment of
ARTHUR F. MARQUARDT
608 East Liberty
Approved eastern lasts, pa~trns and shades will be shown
in a complete variety, including many models at popular and
moderate prices.
The exhibition will continue for one week in charge of
Fyfe representatives.

O. D. MORRILL

17 NICKELS ARCADE

Special ratea to students for rental machines.

L. C. Sraiith, Underwood, Royal, Hammond, Remington,
Oliver, and other well known makes of typewriters
SOLD, RENTED, CLEANED & REPAIRED.
Our SERVICE DEPARTMENT is one of the best
in the STATE.

Woodward and Adams
DETROIT

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PIANOS, -PLAYER PIANOS, PIANOS TO
RENT. VICTOR VICTROIAS & RECORDS

A Complete Stock of Victrolas and Records
always on hand.
TRY OUR RECORD SEVICE
C. F. Martin Guitars & Mando-
lins
Buescher & King Saxophones
Orpheum Banjo Tangos and
Mandolins
All Instruments and Supplies
for Trap Drummers
Best Strings for All Stringed Instruments
We repair all Stringed Instruments, re-head Drums
and Banjos, re-pad Saxophones, re-hair Violin
Bows, etc. Bring your instrument troubles to us.

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OR MUSIC IT WILL PAY YOU (in real money) TO
GET ACOUAINTED WITl US

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