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19_2_2_ THE MTIH!CA N DAILY

With the captain selected and the Dad'fllid l sneten.u e
9SLB L players' learning the new system' ofI any faster or mor
ILIOS BAKTALplay at a fairly rapid clip, the Sucker W est Grid 1Spor played first atthI
Squintet should show some clever tac- l-' lege, Birkenhead,]
MEN 1l 1 CIN ff tics this season. Ruby possesses a ' Is %i6 Years O.f Age sixties.
bundle of tricks and his success in___
CO~ UB O~lI~RW Idee'lECopjfg his squiad to date is marks- Intramu
-NETS AR HItS1fA Working for a fast offense the new Ir '
NER;Illini coach is 'using Potter, Roettger, s '(Cniue r
Ilellstromn, Vogel and Hensent at the# y (otnefr
(Special to The Daily) ifort-ard jobs, while he makes good ma~ fi, Tau Epsilon Pi
Illinois, Dec. 5.- Coach Ruby, of use of Stilwell 'at canter. Guards are .....v"\W2 Phi Delta Kappa;
Illinois, is polishing the roughest Popken, ripe, Hillopeter and Schutz, cl , Lucher Hoa
parts of the play of the individualsthlttrenganecmrfo te , PiDtPsUs

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ested should get in touch with the In-
tramur al department at once.
Chamber of Commere to Meet
The Chamber of Commerce of the
University of. Michigan will hold its
regular meeting Itonight at 7 o'clock
in room 302. of the 'Union. This is the
second regular meeting of this or-
ganization and it is urged that all,
members be, present so that4 impor-'
tant plans and policies' be discussed.
{One of the big things to come up is!
the consideration of an All Economics
smoker to be given soon.

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THE ARTHUR M., ROISENBERG C

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i, P hi Sigma Delta,
from, 7 to 7:30 o'-}
mse,_ Trigon, Beta

TAILORS - NEW HAVEN, CON&

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outfor the Varsity cage squad thtese 0LI ivvil ,i 111)11 te root-
days,. in hope of getting his quintet ball sqluad will al.>o be out.
set for the game with the Washington WVallie ftoett and Otto Vogel switch
nnive-sity team of St. Louis, to he , ff with Stilwell at the jumping posi-
h l he e n x we k1ti n a d al mi d e m n h v shwit1"Swede" Hellstrom, three sport Or- C goon ability at their work.
ange and Blue athlete, was elected
captain for the coming season. Ruby irn
lias been playing ilellstrojn at for
ward this season, the position at whih c.SART REL
he starred on the Ililinois quintet tw~o tAflV 01 flfT lhR0
years agoy, and he s:houild make an ~ev ti~jJIXWOVRKUD H I
better player this year on t 1b ;CUThv 1a
short pass team. I '
- - I(Special to The Daily)
y j Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. 5.-Gopher
Pigsk asketeers will begin to work in ear-
'Fers Gheaters, nest this evenihig. Doc Cooke has

10 o'clock, Sigma Nu,: Chi Psi, Oldi
Phi, Hernmitage. Thursday on courts
1, 2, 3, and 4, from G. to G3:30 o'clock,
Delta Tau Delta, Tau Delta Phi, Phi
Gamma Delta, Alpha Sigma; from
5:30 to 7 o'clock, senior lies, junior
lits, sophomore fits, law school; from
7 to 7:30 o'cl.ock, senior engineers,
junior engineers, 501)11 engineers,
dents; from 9:30 to 10 o'clock, upper
inedi cs, lower medics, fresh engi-
neers; from 10 to .10:30 o'clock, fresh
fits, pharmics, graduates, architects.
This list includes all of the frater-
nities and class teams that wi'l be al-
lowed to practice. this week. Next
Iweek a similar list of practices will
be held and it is imperativ~e that the
every organization effected by these
Iwatch the Daily closexy for_ the next
announcement.
( Students on the campus are urged
to get out for their class bowling
teams as there is a dearth of material
for these teams. All that are inter-

SCHOOL. OF
DANCING
Privalte Lessons in
BALLET DA NC1Ni(Y
AESTHETIC PDANCING
: OIERN
BALLT-ROOM ID ANCING
S3TUDIO :
2ND FLOOR CHUI3B noUsm
PRONE 2315-M
JEANETTE/
KRUSZKA JOHNSON
Instructor

A LLENEL HOTEL

TODAY.

Dellvery of all, orders 'will be ma de be-
fore leaving o( Christma vacation.

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been developing his squad with mod-
b erate swiftness so far but started to
hand out the stiffer drills' last night.
Last week's training sessions were all
fsprinkled freely with scrimmages but
now that several stars have come in
from the gridiron the workouts will
become more stringent.
Among those reporting from the
football team are Ecklund, Gay, and
Schjoll. Thl~ese men are experienced
players and will strengthen the Go-
pher quintet materially. Earl Martin-
eaut, the premier football star, is al-
so expected to report b~ut it is not ex-
Spetted that he will be of any great* as-
sistance to the team because Marty
1has never shown any particular ap-
Iptitude for the tossing game.
The squad so far is in excellent!
shape and many of the men are able,
I to play through, a long scrimmage
without tiring.
Ten men stand out above the rest
of the players in these sessions. They
are: Pasek, Becker, Levis, R. M. Wil-
l iams; D under, Fogel berg, Bergsl and,
Van cura, Canfiel1(, and Severin son.
Althipugh Doc Coolie has not been
driving the boys substitutions are few
and far between, the men who start a
practice game being requiredl to' gor
the whole route. The game is played
=with almost the same speed at the end
as act the beginning, which speaks
jwell for the Gopher prospects. I

A. Hi. Horn shy
Hidden in. an obscure section of St.
Paul," Minn., lives the ".daddy" of foot-
ball in the cantral west. He's A. H.
Hornsmby and he put on the first foot-
ball game in Chicago 47 years ago.
H-ornsby admits the game has changed

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university 'var'sityi, is the Lee Mead-,
ows of the ,gridiron. Fisher is, the
only player who actually, wears
"specs" on the field. They are rein-
fo~cre with heavy leather.I

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seats for Thursday evening for 'Wed-
nesday or Friday evening. Call
l 562-11..02
WANTED-A Rider P'en which fadls
to write at touch. Rider's Pen
Shop. 21
WANTED-Married student wants
suite of rooms near Campus. Box
W.C.A. 02-2
WVANTED-Two tickets for Paderew-
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W. 62-2
WVANTED-Boarders for the holidays. j
S12 Catherine St. 62-21
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FOR SALE-Beautiful country resi-
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Large lawn and grove for quick
sale. $4500.00 small panient down.
Also large lot with buildings thatj
can, be made into fine residence for.
small'amount. Drive out and take a'
look. Box 107 S. State Street. Phone'
FOR RENT--Large comfortable front!
room. Three windows, steam heat,
only four others in house. Block
and half from Campus. 507 South
FORI SALE-Practically niew dress'
suit size. 37, at 'a sacrifice. Has ev-'
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Fi OR SALE-Ford Coupe in fine con di-'

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Like an omen of Spring is this enchanting record.
"tGo Preitty Rose" is a daintily impetuous love-lyric, a
flute making a delicious- trio of a lovely duet by

Mine. Louise
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Tuxedos are worn for
most formal affairs

nHomer
Victor Red Seal' Record 87580

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cidentally picked up a pair of longFON
black kid gloves at the Union dance FON
Saturday nright, please return them' l;OUND>-n-ahea nfoto
io te Crcuatin DskLibary 62 the Homeepathetic Hospital a pair:
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turn to barber shop or Box J.R.M. i.Onrcnhv aeb al
62! ing at Daily Business office and'
Iidentifying same. (i1-51
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FOR RENT' campus? There is a reason. Call
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fjlays a' Grieg Nocturne
One of this composer's most subtly exquisite com-
positions, with strange, half-mystic bits of melody, exotic
arabesques and fantasies, eminently adapted to this
great pianist's art.
Victor Red Seal Record 74785
All the romance and poetry of Mtaly glows in a New.
'Victor record by
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'Serenade," sung, to violin, flute, 'cello, mandolins and'
guitars, breathes the warmth and color of the Riviera,
Under' the Mediterranean sun.
Victor Red Seal Record 66102
Q (y all means be sure to hear these and all the
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You 'll want one for holiday uso

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