tfle"o " , " Veteran Intram ural Item s
only available veteran. He played at
the full back position against Mich- (Continued from Page Six)
Igan last year and the year before pointed; and the SChool of Education,
and is a dependable plunger. Rune
wininth arrinth to be appointed. Members of the dif-
WHEN IN CHICAGO - VISIT THE LYTTON COLLEGE SHOP
Detroit This Moriing
Not Come Here Until
ZVPPIE EXPECTS TO GIVE
MICHIGAN BATTLE OF
v>iar'K VIII puoL the , eem G ur e1 1M
first part of the game with George
Dawson held in reserve. Happeny
and Mcllwain will start at the half
REAY FOR SCRI'v"MMGE
ferent classes may secure the names
of their class managers and telephone
numbers at the Intramural office af-
ter 3 o'clock this afternoon.
Any man on the campus is eligible
to be a class manager if he so desires
and can tryout for the position by giv-
ing his name to the Intramural de-
partment. The class presidents make
the appointments and the man mak-
IS THE COLLEGE MAN'S
IDEA OF STYLE.
TIlE LYTTON COLLEGE SHOP
EXPRESSES IT - WELL.
(Special to the" Daily)
Urbana, Ill., Oct. 26.--Following a
light workout in Urbana this after-
noon the Illinois football squad left
for Detroit tonight on the evening
train. A rousing sendoff by the en-
tire student body helped to send the
Indians on their way. Tonight 300
rooters together with the 120 piece
Illinois band will start for the game,
arriving in Ann Arbor early Satur-
Arriving in Dertoit early tomorrow
the team will spend Fi'iday at the
Fort Shelby hotel taking a light
workout in the afternoon. Saturday
morning, accompanied by the Detroit
Illini club and several other groups
of alumni, the team will go out to Ann
$35 AND UP
GAME THIS AFTE'iRNOON PROIISES iing the best showing during the try-
TO IJE BES!' OF THREE outs will receive the recommendation
AL REA1DY PLAYED of the Intramural officials.
Coach Mather changed his usual The schedule for the interclass
routine of practice yesterday afternoon speedball games will probably be giv-
and sent the third freshman team en out Nov. 3, in the Daily. The Intra-
againt the second Reserves in . game mural department will give the mem-
in which blood was shed freely before hers of the winning team white
it ended, with the Reserves winning by sweaters with the ,new Intramural
a margin of one touchdown, 13-6. monogram which is a U of M with the
Most of the men who played were two numerals of the winning class
inexperienced and the ball was fumbl- fBanking it. The teams finishing sec-
ed on more than half of the plays. ond and third will be given sweaters
Only a few of the participants display- with, their class numerals. The color
ed anything of note, the outstanding scheme will follow the toque plan, the
Our Representative Will Visit Your Towrn
This Semester - Watch for Announcement
"The Niagara Falls Route"
Tickets on sale daily with return
limit of three da ya from date of sale.
For complete travel information, tickets to
all points, and Pullman reservations apply to-
A. J. WISELOGEL, Ticket Agent
Ann Arbor, Mich. Phone 132
i I I MNWMNILW I Zl
Zuppke Expects Fight of these being Meyers and Krueger.
With nothing more to start with Meyers directed the plays for the
than willingness to work and a fight- All-fresh and handled his team in a
ing spirit in every man, Zuppke has commendable manner during the ses-
a team which he thinks will give the sicn. His main asset is an uncanny
Wolverines their greatest battle of knowledge of the proper manner of
the year. After the Iowa game last eluding tacklers in a broken -field.
Saturday every man has gained con- Krueger, playing at end, did some
fidence, although there seems to be great things when he stopped a con-
no danger of overconfidence in the I siderable number of the Reserve plays
Indian camp. The team realizes that as they were getting under way. He
Michigan has probably the strongest is improving as the season !goes on
eleven in the Conference this year and and may come up to the standard of
that a victory is hardly to be expect- the first teamll
ed. The scouts who saw the Michi- It is not believed that the All-fresh
gan-Ohio game last Saturday brought squad will pick a captain this late in
ack the report that ichigan " the year and Coach Mather thinks it
the stuff'' and that even then Michi- is a good plan to dispense with the
gan didn't have to us'e everything that practice as was done last year. Num-
erals are to be given some time in the
it had. This together with a rumored near future, but probably not before
overestimation of Yale and Iowa has the close of the pra y sn.
rather squelched any, very strong tecoeo h practice season-.
rahper qvchedy anyvery strogngA big scrimmage is to be held this
.hope for victory over Michigan, afternoon on south Ferry field be-
Teliln Lp S ane Mchg tween the Reserves and the freshman
The lineup that will face Michiganj first teams. There is considerable
will be much the same as that which doubt asto which will win as the
started againstthe Hawkeyes last game played by the Reserves against
week. Captain Dave Wilson is the the second Varsity in Wednesday
only man on, the squad this year who night's tilt was the best that has been
played in the Ohio game last year, seen this fall. The Reserves are hamp-
for although Woodward and McMillen ered by injuries but there seems to
won their letters last year, they were be some men on the squad who have
in but very few games. The loss of made themselves within the last few
Walquist, Carney, Crangld, and Stern- nights and this speaks well for a poss-
aman to the Illinois team has made ble victory. The count of the games
some almost unfillable gaps on the now stands two victories for the fresh-
Indian eleven. The places of all these men and one for the Reserves.
freshmen getting gray sweaters with
black numerals if they finish second
or third, or the other classes will get
their sweaters in their colors if they
finish in second or third place.
Coach Ted Sullivan wishes to an-
nounce that all men who are going
to run in the Intramural cross-coun-
try race tomorrow will not train this
One game of speedball was played
among the fraternities yesterday, Phi
Kappa Sigma defeating Cygnus 16 ti
6 in a fast game.
The all-campus tennis tournament
is fast nearing the finish with several
matches played yesterday. In the
singles Goldsmith defeated Birkg 6-4,
6-4; Mudd defeated Wright 7-5, 2-6,
6-4; Peterson defeated Wentworth
6-3, 6-3; Apple defeated Spannagel
6-4, 6-0. Iri the doubles Hartwell and
McKnight defeated Upjohn and Bow-
er, 6-3, 2-6, 6-2; Reilly and Weyand
defeated Crouch and Hough 6-0, 6-0;
and Dreyfuss and Goldsmith defeated
Vose and Vose, 6-4, 6-1.
All of the scheduled matches that
were announced in the Daily must be
-played off and turned into the In-
tramural office by 3 o'clock, this af-
PLANE FALLS, ONE DEAD
Wrap Yourself in
On the Sidelines
W ARM woolen robes will
keep out every bit of
cold. All sorts of uses for them
--as auto robes, couch throws,
bed blankets, etc. $11.25 to $18.
A WOOLEN sweater ena-
bles you to laugh at any
drop in temperature. Cau be worn
under your regular overcoat. Fine
for hiking and all outdoor activi-
ties. $8.50 to $12.
veterans are now being filled by men
with practically no experience in!
college football. -It is unbelievable'
that Iowa was stopped by such green
The ends of the line will be. held
down by Captain Wilson and Rokusek,
while Auger and Oakes, two men ab-
solutely inexperienced in Big Ten
football excepts in the Iowa game last
week, will be at tackles. Both men
showed up remarkably well against,
the Hawkeyes. McMillen, Greene,
MIME S TOURNAMENT POST- (By Associated Press)
PONED FOR PEP MEETING Okchebee, Fla.-Wilford A. Reddock
was killed and Charles -Douglas was
Mimes' dramatic tournament, which seriously injured when an airplane in
Mimes dramatic society planned to which they were flying crashed in the
hold this evening at the Mimes thea- streets of this town this afternoon.
ter, has been indefinitely postponed Reddock is said to have been a for-
due to 4ihe mass meeting which will imer army aviator.
be held this evening in Hill auditor-
The silver loving cup which is to be
awarded to the dramatic team win-
Ve comfortable tomorrolv!
and Umnus will manage the middle of ning the tournament will" arrive soon,
the line. and will be on display at the Union.
CLOSES CLOSES REAL PEN SERVICE
AT 3 P.M, ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
Wear Heavies To-
OU may not approve heavy
. underwear for everyday
use, but it's the logical thing to
wear during football games. Su-
perior and Stephenson makes, of
cotton or wool. $2.50 to $8.
B war o'Coats
We hake got them here at loiv prices
NE of these huge overcoats 'wili give
Classified Rates.. Two Cents per word a day, paid in advance. Min-
imum charge for first day, 25c. Minimum thereafter, 20c. Three
cents per word per day if charged. White space charged for at rate
808 So. State St.
atsoiute comfort at tne imnois
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FOR SALE-Oliver typewriter in fine1
condition. Will sacrifice for $15.00.
Call 2034-R. 29-2
FOR SAL -Sweet Cider. Bring your
jug. Chas. Klager, 617 S. Main St.
FOR SALE-Two tickets for Illinois
game in South Stand. 3003-J-Ames.
FOR SALE--New Dictaphone com-
plete. Call 661-W. 27-3
FOR RENT--Comfortable, pleasant
single room in private house. Good
location. 114 S. Forest. $3.00 each
Phone 261 M.. 27-3j
FOR RENT-A piano in good condi-
tion, reasonable. Call for Mrs. Bar-
nard at 433 S. Division. 28-2
FOR RENT--Desirable room for two
students. $2.50 each. Very private.'
Phone 261-M. 27-3
LOST--Pi Kappa Alpha pin. Reward1
if returned to Parmenter, 1027 E.
LOST-Ring with topaz set. Finder
please call 3041-W. 28-3
rged only to those having phones.
without contract, paid in advance.
WANTED-Two tickets for Illinois
game. F. Bevier, 372-M, between i1
and 12, 26-4
WANTED-Piece washing. Will call
for and deliver. Phone 2873-J. 27-3I
SPANISH INSTRUCTOR will teach
Spanish in exchange for assistance
in English. Ask for P. )0. 3:00 to
5:00 p. ,m. 513 E. Williams, or ak
Perry Hayden at Michigan Daily.
CARS WASHED and repaired, work
guaranteed. Hupmobile Sales and
Service. 202 E. Washington, Phose
E. NORMANTON BILBIE, teacher of
violin, piano, and harmony. Studio,
307 N. Main St. Tel. 611-M. 1-30
LOCKSMITH, all kinds of door and
trunk keys, phone 2498. Dell Kel-
FOR HIRE--Ford touring car, by
hour or trip. Phone 1758-R. 28-21
MASQUERADEccostumes for rent.
Halloween costumes and caps1
made to order. Mrs. Spaulding, 221
S. Main, second floor, 1100-R. 29r
DANCE at the ballroom of the Chi-
nese Gardens tonight 9 to 1. Tick-
MILLER'S BARBER SHOP
Wmn. A. Miller, Prop.
Service and Courtesy
1114 S. University Ave.
Wool Hose Elimi-
W OOLEN hose will see to
it that your feet don't
get cold tomorrow. They're
Smartest, too, for wear in fall and
winter. 75c to $1.50. Golf hose,
$2 to $3.
grame tomorrow--and through all the cold
weather of this and coming seasons. You
will like the fabrics and colors, the free-
dom of movement they permit-and the
Money back if you don't.
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* WHERE DO WE GO
FROM HERE BOYS
* Wherever you go you will *
U be better off mentally and
* physlcally, after a game
of Pocket or Carom Bil-
sITAUTxAIR CI4ARS CANDIES
]PIPES LUNCHES 3lDA S
4 "We try to treat your right"f
New Gloves, $2
Ulsters, Greatcoats, Chesterfields,
coats, raglans - every good style is,
keep fingers from
chilled and add to
appearance. They're well
of the finest leathers obtain-
$2 to $4.
M'ain Street at Washington
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