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IATCHES
NEXT WEEK

MATHER ISSUES INITIAL CALL
FOR WOLVERINE BASKETEERS
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LF - PAK LAUNDRY
CASE

T IS NEW
T IS STRONG
T COSTS MUCH LESS

ARE NONE BETTER.

PHONE 112 AND HAVE ONE SENT TO YOU.,
QAG'S, 209-211 E. Washington St

Domestic O'Coats
English Burberry Coats

Interfraternity athletics will get un-
der way on Monday with, the opening
of the soccer tournament. Entries are
being received in the Intramural of-
fice, room 3, Press building, and by
phone at 2268.
Soccer was introduced as an intra-
mural sport last year, when the great
number of injuries which developed
in the early games in football caused
the cancellation of further matches.
Competition for the annual interfra-
ternity athletic cup promises to be
keener this year than ever before,
and .already leaders in last year's con-
test have signed up for participation
in the soccer tourhament. Houses
which finished near the bottom of the
list are preparing to fight theii way
to the uuper ranks and, perhaps, to
eventual victory.
The soccer tournament will be fol-
lowed by the usual contests 'which go
to make up the interest of the intra-
mural year, such as swimming, bask-
etball, track, baseball, and tennis. As
in the past, cups will be awarded in
all tournaments, as well as for all-
around standing at the end of the
year.
It is probable that the offices of the
Intramural department will be moved
to larger quarters at a later date, in
order that the department may be di-
rectly connected with the newly creat-
ed department of health and hygiene,
under whose jurisdiction intramural
activities will be conducted. In the
meanwhile, however, the offices -will
remain at the old stand in room 3,
Press building.

(Continued from Page"Four)
some good men last year, there are
prospects that he may again turn out
a winning team, although he must dis-
cover some more promising men if he
hopes to repeat the triumph of last
year. The first Big Ten game of the
season i not scheduled until Jan. 9,
when Ohio State opens the year, so
Mather will have plenty of time in
which to seek his team.
Coach Fisher will handle the All-
Fresh squad this year and will meet
his men on Wednesday, Oct. 12, two
days after the Varsity tryouts report.
YOST WILL START SAME TEAM
AGAINST CASE ON SATURDAY
(Continued from Page Four)
was formidable with Kipke in partic-
ular rambling through the freshmen
for 5 or 10 yards at will. Kipke cer-
tainly shows more fight than any
other man on the squad. He scored
two of the Varsity's touchdowns. The
third score was made by Uteritz, who
showed several bursts of speed. Dean
BASKETBALL ASSISTANTS
All men wishingto try out for
assistant basketball managere are
requested to meet in the hand-
ball court of the gymnasium at 5
o'clock Friday evening. Fresh-
men are not eligible as tryouts.

and Goebel each kicked one goal aft- on the forward wall.
er touchdown. Knode, Martin, Muir- The other Varsity
head, Henry, Kreinheder, Vick and busy on passes, bloc
Richards were all inserted before the drill. Searles did not
scrimmage was completed. For the because of a bunged
freshmen, Vreeland and Monihan did tee and Swan were
good work behind the line. Astley, came out late but wa
Vandervort, and Tracy were effective the scrimmage on his

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(Continued from Page Four)
is Hubbard, a Negro athlete from Cin-
cinnati, who enjoys quite a reputa-
tion as a broad jumper. This newcom-
er was working out at Ferry field for
a time, but owing to the new west
stands covering tie pits, he was forced
to work out at the pits adjoining Wat-
erman gymnasium. And if he keeps
on jumping |the way he has started
out, they will have to enlarge thetm.
Coach Farrell is very enthusiastic
about his new man and says that he
can jump 23 feet 3 inches with ease.
The few men that are working out
at the gymnasium so far have been
mostly freshmen, although some of the
Varsity candidates have also put in
their appearance. Naylor, the pole
vaulter, is improving his work. Arndt
and Bowen, two prospective mnilers, are
getting their exercise with the cross
country team, and Weeks and Davis,
sprint men, are also doing a little dist-
ance work to aid them in rounding
into form.

is Attention! Rain water sham- rent. Mrs. J. R. Trojanowski, 1110 S.
hair dressing, marcel-waving, University Ave., side entrance. Phone
and scaip treatment. Wigs for 696-W.--Adv.

Thursday and Friday

HTUTZEL'S cordially invites you to inspect a
most comprehensive display of the very newest
creations from foremost stylOkcenters. Garments
developed in fabrics of assured popularity reveal
models truly representative of what the best
dressed women will wear.
Suits, Coats, Dresses, Dinner Gowns
Dance Frocks, Blouses, Sweaters
Dress Accessories

THIS
COLUMNI
CLOSES
AT 3 PM.

ASSIFlE
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COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

FOR RENT
'OR RENT-Rooms. One single, one
suite with kitchenette or ont suite
without kitchenette. These a e very
desirable rooms right near the Mich-
igan Union. 517 E. Michigan Ave. 9-2
'OR RENT- Share In- large front
suite. Steam heat, desks. Also room-
mate wanted for double room. Phone
1194-M. 422 E. Washington. 10-4
'OR RENT-Room for two boys, $6.00.
If taken as single $4.00. Also room-
mate wanted, $3.00. 317 Brown Ct.
'OR RENT-One single room $4.00.
One double roomn $6.00. One-half
block from Campus, 1115 S: Univer-
sity. 10
'OR RENT-Two room suite, fx'hish-
ed, second floor, for light housekeep-
ing or for two men. 618 Packard.
10-2
OR RENT--A nice suite at $4.00 per
man. Board also furnished reason-
ably if desired. 1335 Geddes. 2843-M.
9-2
'OR RENT-Three large rooms just
off car line. Will give breakfast.
1114 Woodlawn. Phone 2352-,T. 9-9
OR RENT-Roon for two at 722 E.
Kingsley, $6.00. Board if desired..
Phone 806-M.. 8-3
OR RENT-Warm single room and
suite for couple or ladies. 910 E.
Washington. 10-2.
'OR RENT-A suite for 1 or 2 per-
sons at 1333 Volland. Phone 637-R.
No smoking. 10
OR RENT-Two pleasant, single
rooms. $4.00 a piece. 427 S. Fifth
OR RENT-Large single frQn roolm.
first flopr. 711 atherie it. 9-2
OR RENT--Nice furnished suite, 2nd
floor. 924 E. Ann. 2835-M. 9-31

WANTED
WANTED-Boarders by day or week.
1021 E. Huron St. $7.00 per week
for three meals. $6.00 per week for
2 meals. Single meals 50c. $1.25
per day. Special tables for clubs.
2-21
WANTED-A student who is interest-
ed in amatuer photography to act as
local agent for a standard camera
and supply company./ Address: Box
B. L. R., Daily. 10-21
WANTED--Young healthy men weigh-
ing about 150 lbs. at University Hos-
pital for blood donors. See Dr. Mor-
rill. 8-3
WANTED-Private boarding house on
North side of campus for about 15
men. Call 1110-R after 6:30. 8-3
WANTED-Group of girls to board. at
211 So. Ingalls. Roomy, private
fining room. 8-4
WANTED-Gird to wqrk in sorority
dining room for or4 cSall 765-W.
10-2
WANTED - Students' washing and
ironing. Call 2569, 110 No. Ingalls.
8-4
.OR SALE
FOR SALE-New Sheridan roadster,
driven less than 400 miles. Owner
needs cash in a hurry. Cost $1,597.00
will sell for $1,100.000. Year's guar-
antee of General Motors goes to pur-
chaser. Address Box G. C. A., Daily.
10-3
FOR SALE-Silver plated, gold bell,
York professional Slide trombone.
Jack-West, 1017 Oakland Ave., Phone
2666. 10
FOR SALE- Underwood typewriter,
No. 4, good as new. Jack West, 1017
Oakland Ave. Phone 2666. 10
FOR SALE-Set of Dietzgen Drawing
Instruments. Call 678-W. 10
, L O ST;
LOST -- Diamond set brooch. Suit-
able reward for return to H. N.
Cole, 702 Forest Ave. Phone 1256-M.
9-2
LOST-Fountain pen and Eversharp
Pencil near University power-house.
Return to 1038 Pl. Hinron. 22-W. 9-2
-LOST-Gold wrist watch between Ma-
jestic theater and Church St. Find-
er call 14-J.reward,, 1-
LOST-Bunch of keys in case near
campus. Return to Coats, 315 Pack-
ard. 10

SOCCER NOTICE
There will be a meeting of all
men interested in soccer Fri-
day evening at 7:30 o'clock at,
the Union.

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measure for your Fall and Win-
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Think of the possibilities of suf-
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through a hasty and misjudged
selection.
Tlink of the comforts and ploas
ures to be derived from trust-
worthy material, reliably tailor-
ed by reliable tailoxs..
Thik over all these salient
points and you will instinctive-
ly choose your suit or overcoat
from our superb line of woolens.
Think of our tailoring; it stands
for quality in material, fidelity
in workmanship, justness in
prices and satisfaction as the
consolidating component.
Let your "thinking cap" ever be
worn on your head of wisdorXn
in favor of honest and faithf*
tailoring.
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MISCELLANEOUS
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to eat delivered to your room
ne till 11:00 P. M. Ham's
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