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95OSSCOUNTRY MEN
WILLIHOLD TRYOUT RACE TO-
MORROW NQ RNING OVER REG.
ILA'TION COURSE
Coach Steve Farrell is at present
faced with the problem of whipping
.$ bis cross country team into shape
' before the opening meet with a Big 10
opponent. At 10:30 Saturday mornu
ing he is going to put his entire squad
through their firsty tryout race of
the year ever the Varsity course,
which starts fryn Waterman's gym-
nasium. Coach Farrell does not want
to tell who are the best men on his
squad until after Saturday', race,
when he wrill have a good chance to
see all his men together in competi-
tive action.
Steve believes that if all his squad
remain eligible throughout the sea-
son he will have a good team round-
ed together by the first meet. Al-
though the schedule has not as yet
been made it is probable that the
cross country team will compete
against Wisconsin at Madison, Oct.
21. This will be the first time that
the team has met Wisconsin since
Michigan reentered the Confernce.
From the dope that is available it
is believed that Wisconsin will be
able to put a strong team# into the
field on that date.
Steve's squad has increased from
25 to 35, but it is still too small, and
it is hoped that more will turn out
for this sport.
Illinois' team has been, weakenedl
by graduation, but the Indians will
no doubt have a good team by the'
time the season opens. Illinois ,was
Con ference champion last year.
Lose something? A classified in
the Faily will find it.-Adv.

FACLYTRSITY NET
TEAMS CLSH TOMORROW
Lee, Boak, Brown, Agel FTo Test
Conclusions11ith i
Wolverines
The Faculty tennis teainm will meet
the Varsity squad .at 10:30 tomorrow
morning, at Ferry field courts, in
what promises to be a great match.
This match is one that was to have
been played during Commencement
week in June for the pleasure of the
returning alumni.
Dr. Lee of the modern language de-'
partment, captains the faculty aggre-
gation. The other three meYnbers of
the team will be Dr. Boak, of the his-
tory department,, Dr. Brown of the
politicalnscience department, and
Robert Angel], '21, of the sociology
department. All of the men on the
faculty team are former college stars
and will give the Varsity stiff op-
position according to Captain ;Ror-
ick, of the Varsity.
Doctor Lee is a former coach of
the Varsity and turned out many win-
ning teams while coaching. Profes-
sor Boak is former university play-v,
er and has been playing in the west
all during the summer. Doctor Brown;
was a Varsity man while attending
Stanford. Angell, starred on the Var-
sity two years ago and has been play-
ing' all summer..
Captain Rorick will head the Var-
sity and with him will be two of his
teammates from last year, Sanchez
and Merkle. Zeman, the first string

substitute wiho accompanied the Var-
sity on all of it trins last suring will
be tho fourth man on the team.
Kline, Gregory, and Hodgeman, the
latter one o; last year's freshman
stars will be the substitutes and may
get a chance to play before the fray
is over.
]LIU'OSPE('TS OF STRONG ALL-
P RESU TEAH SEEM BIIIWJTI
(Continued from Page Six)
that causes the coaches to see that
Michigan will be. assured of a goodly
quantity of men with whom to fill
the holes that will be made this year
in the Varsity.
'150 Cdidates Out
Most of the 150 who are out have
had extensive experience and are only
in need of a thorough course in the
Yost system to make them come up
to true Wolverine standards. Two of1
the men, Marion and Vick, already!
look as through they could take thel
place, of a-Varsity man if called upon?
to do so according to Mather.
Coach Mather expects to uncover at
least five or more men for each po-
sition as the squad continues to play
and expects to have these men keyed
up to give the men who are most
promising the hardest kind of a fight
to win their numerals.
Illinois Gets Rate to Ann Arbor
Illinois-S'pecial train rates to the
Michigan-Illinois football game at Ann
Arbor have been arranged. The
round trip fare will be $11.24 which is
slightly over the regular one-way
ticket.
,3Michigami Daily and. Chimes for $4.50.

Gridders

To Carry

Remember

These Numbe7

rs; Varsity
Them All Year

may still play basket ball and base
ball.
It was said Coach Wilce probably
will use Cameron or "Hoge" Work-
man, brother of Noel, at quarterback.
Martha Washington Candies. Fresh
every Friday. Tice's Drug Store. 117

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Goebel
Johns
VanderVoort
Roby
Cappon
Kipke
Kirk
Knode
Neisch

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13
14
15
17
17

Slaughter
Muirhead
Blott
Rosatti
Blahnik
Dunleavy
Gunther
Henderson

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19
20
21
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23
24
25

Keefer
Keatley
Heath
Steele
Steger
Swan
Van Orden
Uteritz

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Curran
Garfield
Allen
Chamberlain
Rankin
Murray
Carter
Foster

RIDER'S

PEN SPECIAL,

I S. Main.-Adv.

308 So. State St.

REAL PEN

MACGREGOR GOLF CLUBS
AND BAGS
VAN BOVEN AND CRESS
1107 SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE

NOEL WORKMAN LOST TO
0. S.. BYR 3 YEAR RULE
STAR QUARTER PLAYED YEAR OF
COLLEGE FOOTBALL BEFORE
JOINING WILCE
Columbus, O., Oct. 5.-Noel Work-
man; of Huntington, W. Va., who
probably would have held down the
quarterback job on this year's Ohio
State University foot ball team, has
been declared ineligible and will be

lost to the squad, it
today. Workman's
considered a serious
eleven.

became known
elimination is
blow to the

A statement; from Thomas E.
French, president of the university
athletic board, announced Workanm'.
inelitgibility. It said that after check-
ing over thi& year's foot ball candi-
dates, it was found that Workman has
lost a season of conference competi-
tion by playing as 'a freshman at
Bethany College, W. Va., in 1917. As
he played two years at Ohio State,
he is technically ineligible for furth-
er participation in foot ball, although
under a special confernee rule, he

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photograph like?

Does it portray the real you

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DANCE EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT
AT SUSTERKA LAKE
Two and a half miles west of Belleville, Mwi., on ,River Road. Five
miles Southeast of Yps., by iy of Rawsonville or Tuttle 11111.
FIRST DANCE FRIDAY, OCT. 6
BERGEN'S ORCHESTRA GOOD FLOOR

THE
GREY
SHOP
60o L. Liberty

Have you had a "Grey
Shop"'Salad?
Open Friday, Saturday
an Sunday evenings
until 10:30
Nunnally's Southern
Candies

EVERYONE h a s fea-
tures that, properly
emphasizd, make a por-
trait of unusual merit;
We are quick to recog-
nize these characteris-
tics and to imprint them
in yo u r photograph.
M a y we demonstrate
this to you?

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carefully study and corpare al.es, you're likely to get less
than you're entie d t But you can't go wrong if you find out

Porraits
Quality
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MICHIGAN DAILY
Classified Rates. Two Cents per word a day, ,aid in advance. Min-
imum charge for first day, 25c. Minimum thereafter, 20c. Three
cents per word per day iL-charged. White space charged for at rate
of 5c per agate line. Classified, charged only to those having phones
Liner Rates: Twelve cents per line, without contract, paid in advance
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The House of Kuppenheimer, with a half century
reputation or quality and integrity, announces the most
remarkable value achievement i its entire history.
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for fall ha reached the lowest price level in several
years. They come well within the clothes budget of
every man vho wans real economy.

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FOR SALE

FOR SALE-+-Sport model Ford road-
ster. A-i condition., Good motor,
6' tires, chains, demountable rims,,
storage battery, new top and side'
curtains, tools. 507 E. Liberty, or
call 1199-R. 11-1
FOR SALE-Bargain in new Ford cou-
pe. Run 300 miles by a careful
driver. Has not been run enough
to limber it up. Best reasons for
selling. Phone 2951-J for appoint-
ment. 10-2
FOR SALE--Eight inch, polyphase
slide-rule, - .leather case, $5.00.
Leather brief case $5.00. Call L. G.
McElhose, 2578-R. between 7 and 8.
10-2
FOR SALE-RADIO SET. Wound
specially for Detroit broadcasting.
Neatly encased. Phone 1937-M.
11-3
FOR SALE-A chafing dish, practic-
ally new. Call at 603 Ann st.
Phone 1482-M. 11-2
FOR SALE-Restaurant. Going con-
cern. $1100 starts you right. Phone
1798-W. 11-3
FOR SALE-A sequin formal dress.
New, size 36. Half price. Call 1209-M
after 6. 11-3
FOR SALE-Full set 'of engineer's
drawing tools. Call Mr. Stofflet at
364. '9-3
FOR SALE-Sweet Cider. Bring your
jug. Chas. Klage r, 617 S. Main St.
10-25
LOST
LOST--ammered silver cigarette
case. Initials E.M.J. Inner cov-
er "Gene from Belle." Phone 732:
Reward. 9-3
LOST-Package containing brown
trousers at Burns Park Sunday

WANTED
WANTED-Student to work as ru
for Cross Country team. Mus
able to work every day from
5:30 p. m. and all Saturday m
ing. Report to Steve Farrel
Waterman Gym. at 2:30 p.
Thursday.
WANTED-Young healthy
weighing about 150 lbs. at Un
sity Hospital for blood doners.
Dr. Morrill.
WANTED-Boy with bicycle to
ry papers'. Call at Michigan I
business office Friday 4 p. m.
WANTED - Room-mate. Wond
suite across from Engineering.1
1303 S. University.

WANTED-To rent cabin along
on river for school year or
Box E.F.G. Daily.

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WANTED-A typewriter in good
dition, cheap. Call 1883-M at
timre.

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The Kuppenheimer quality standard has been rigidly maintained
-in woolens, in tailoring, in exclusiveness of style. Buy clothes,
with value in mind and you'l surely decide upon Kuppenheimer
Good Clothes. They dominate the field, at any price.

FOR RENT
FOR RENT--Exceptionally large
room for two or three men. C
arrange adjoining room for sl
ing. Party may do own room
and reduce rent -if desired. Pr
1194-M. 422 E. Washington.
FOR RENT-One double and
single rooms in a new house
new furniture. Cheap. 423 Be
min.
FOR RENT-Large front room, si:
No other roomers. Very reason
Downstairs. 1106 Lincoln
FOR RENT-Six room furni
apartment, 2 blocks east of can
Phone 802-J.
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