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[IN un BRINu BRIEFRES

In striking contrast to seemingly in In tramzural Ite;
evitable weakness in the Varsity
sqid for the last two years, the dlis-
tance men this year are of the strung- The following teams will hal
est parts of 'the team. In the half 1 use of the baasketaball courts t
mile, Reinke, Hattendorf, Marsh and in Waterman gymnna slumr, as il

mps
ye the
lonight°
licated

Evrery Department oIf Farrell's Teami
Shows Remarkable Raldalee
And Poiver
MICHIG~AN FXPE TEID TO'BE
SU'PRE31E IN MA-NY I"EEM'S
As 'the pre--season work of Michi-
Sgan's Varsity track team draws_ to a
close the prospects for a Conferencel
championship seem the brightest, tha:
they have been in two years., Al-
though no trials have been lield in
any of the events so far every depart-
Ineilt of the teamn seems to be really
:strong and capable of garnering
points, while several of the menu ont
the team can be counted on for -five
or more markers in every mieet.
In former years, at least ever since
the war, there have, been weak: spots
inl the squad which have overcome the
brilliant work of °the individual stars
to the, undoing of the team's record.
This year the. Wolverines are not
counting upon slamns in any event as
they have been forced to dto in the
past and no opponent of the M1aaze
and Blue- will get rmch more than heer
quota in any sigle depai~tinent.
Two Good Va~ulters
The bole vaulters and dashnen ill
probably be tho :;cest poilt gettersn
on the squad. Ea~ch event has~two o,'
three men who rare really ;~tars and
who canl be dfinitely depended iipoln
to win from aimost any coninptitior~i
in the Confer'ence. Prosser and Brook-
er are two athletes above the average (
in, the psole vault. With the twelve'
foot, nark .almost ,sure to. be topped
if the men are feeling right they will
requnire strong competitin 1) ef're
yielding a first place to anyone. ByC
then end 'of the' season, if n6t now, this
pair is expected to' be the most' reli-
able in- the. Big Ten.
Cati.Bre n ftesprinters in the Conference last year,
has fast bunch of teammates. Mar-
tin is the fastest man in Waterman
gym with the exception of- the cap-
taini and. he is a sure point getter in
a dual meet. As the season progress -
es h,3 is expected to outrun "the best=
competition that the Wolverines will
meet. Whitman and Hubbard will

help tq compalete the dlash squad and
many more men are, expected to show,
up for the event after "vacation. Hub:
bart?, a.. superb) broad jumper, and
hiurdler, is another sprinter who can
be relied 'upon even agah** the blest
of-coy i petition.
SRO 3ten Fast
tOnce again Michigan bids fair to
have the best quarter milers in the
iniddle-Wes't. Simmons, Joyner, Ran-
kin, Th omas, and Roesser are all first
3string men and all of them will prob-
ably represent the Maize and Blue
in the home meets. If they come up
to their past performances, during the
comning season the Wolverine squad
will not miss Larry Butler as much as
last season. With Emery of Illinois
graduated and many of the othser
Conference schools weak in this
event many, points should be gather-
ed by this group of the, team.
Th le highls uip "and 'the .shot put,
are bo0th well accounted for. VanOr-
dlen andl Hindles are, both. weight men
of no mean ability and McEllven can
be. counted on for five points in almost
any dual meet that hie will be entered
in. Nufer is another man who my,
develop into a. point getter before the
season closes, although hie, is not
Jumping eXceptionally as yet.
Hubbard .Fam~edI an
The h lurdles will be one department
:in which two or three men will have
to be relied upon.-ubbard and Simp-
son are both o1d; tiners at clearing
the sticks sand broken legs will be the
only things to keep themr from plac-
ing, _-Hubbard, considered to be the
greatest colored athle::o In the coun- '
try, took three first );laces in the Na-~
tional A.A.U. ineet at Newark lasir1
'summer and is without a peer in the
huirdles in this section of the coun-
iry in. almost any meet, including
the All-Confere~ce gatherings, he cans
be relied upon fo.~ a good ten points.,
Simpson is a man who has proved his
ability in all varieties of competition'
and is :expected to reach his high
mark this year. Loomis; and iAig ivs,
two. members of- last year's all-Prosl:
squad are two more hurdlers who are
expectedl to develop as the season pro'-
gresses.

Gibon~kav ben wrkig ot, , l~hebelow, on courts 1, 2, , and 4: 6-6.30;
in the mile several cross-country mien ,
are making a bid for places on the i.cok pe eis oe eis
squad. Bowen, Arndt, Cochran, Rear- I soph dents, fresh engineers; 6:3Q-7
ick, Schenefleld, Polhanius, Crzymln-j o'clock,' graduate schoel, .junior engi-
iski, and Nicholson are included in the.Inveers; s$)phi 'engineers, senior engi-
list of, men who have been working neers; 7=7:30 o'clock, fresh Tits, so ph
t out in the gym for the: past two lits, junior Tits, senior lits; 9:30-10
months. Isbell and Davis are being o'cloc k, Delta Upsilon, Delta Theta
counted upon for the two mile race. Phi, Alpha Sigma Phi, 'lTheta Delta,
Davis is an old tiniear 'while Isbell, the Ci;1-0:0ocok h am
leading cross-country runner of the Delta, Allpha, .SigmaDelta Upsilon,
B ig Teri is starting something new. Delta Sigma Delta.
Both of these me n are reliable andl This. practice will conclude the
they are certain to press any other! prelimninary ,sea ,cn of the fraternity;
ruiners whom they may, meet. ad ,slt ~r!.1 ornret.Tl schedule ior thec opening games in
Gift suggestins list, for'men: W ool the se competition's 'will1 be ann ounced
flane sirt' any o pai coor u i The D.; , either Wedniesday or
flanelshit, any o plin olos pThursday morni7n alter .school; opens.
to $6;.00 at ; ,.TF. Wuerth Co.-Avy. tup, so those raffected are urged to
watch these columns.
Christmas Cards' awl Decorations at _ - _
Wahir's U~niversity Bookstores.-Adv. IChrristas Stationary-an select
7 I stock at Wahr's 'University B~ook-
Huron Street _Taxi 25c 445.-Adv. I store.--Adv.

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ftf a man'* store.
For a man

A RIDER
ASTERPEN
FOR.
FATHER'S ,CHRISTMAS
A LASTING REMEML BRANChk'
KID)ER'I, PEN ;HOP
_ Poln sprla lists
IN COLLElI, INN

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"WILSON BROS. SHIRTS
There's not a gift mo re practical than
a good shirt --- especially a Wilson
Bros. No shirt is better made; none
wear iBette.-;they're wronderful values
at $1.50 to $5.
QGLOVES
A pair of gloves are an always wel-
come gift for any man. We have .all
kinds, fine dress gloves and fur-lined
motor. gauntlets. Prices range from
$2 to $6.
SiCARFS
They are essential iatn men's wear.
There. are.. nice fluffy wools ; knit and
b rushed silks. Yu can't get:- better
surfs-best of all:, they're priced very
reasonably at $1.50 to. $5.

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SUPERB ,VALUES
WIN-

fItlAVATh
MdOVES
P~AJAMA S
IJYUV AGE
,4OUSE RQBSS
BATH ROBES,
AUTO

SHIRT JEWEILRY
MATS
-SOCKi$
SWEATERS
7C1 V E -

THI f NL SS II COTHISM
CLOSES LASSIfl
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 9 P.M.

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SAMPLES
Permanentlyon islplay, t
GUY WOOLFOLK &
330O South Staite Street.
Ann Arbor. Vfehigan
Desigued by

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'LEN, 'CU
-the house of ,Ktippenheimer good clothes

211 Sousth Main Street

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JIHIN DAILY
Classlfled Rates.. Two Cents ,per word ~a day, paid in advance. Mn-
iiaurm charge for first day, 25c. Minimum thereafter, 20c. Three
cents per Nord "per day If charged. Wh fe sp'ue~e charged for at rate
of 5c per, agate line. Claissified,. charged only to ose ha~vng pxones.
Liner Rates: Twelve Cents per line, Without contract, paid in advance.
PHONE 90

BROADlWAY A-r4q"h STREET 144 WEST 42"° 95'ET5~
MMk Itw k OuMPA 104& St WG. KNICKERBOCKER B1UILDINO
NEW YOK

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LOST-Canvas notebook,°, name on
front cover. Notes extremely im-
portant. Call 154 or leave at Daly.
.John Breakey-. 69-2
LOST-String of black beads in or
near~ Whitney 'Theatre Saturday. af-
ternoon. Call 147 2-M. Reward.
- 69.
LQST A black leather -portfolio con-
tajiing;books and lecture notes., Re-
ward., -Phone '1281-..6-
LOST--Brown', fur-lined glove Mon-
day night on State or William street iiiy al86M.9
LOST-.Alpha Kappa Psi fraternity
pin. Initials on back. Finder please
call 1521-W. 68-2
LOST--My pen troubles, at. Rider's of
coul'. . --21
FOR iSALE
FOR SALE--or Trade; will trade'
land contract 40 acres, 5 room house
and -barn, 4 miles north, of Cadil-
lac,-for car. Extra for house. Call,
at &Q05E1;- Kingsley., 68-4
FOR SALE---Cheap), one brand new C-
melody Conn saxophone in A-i con-
ditio~n. Call 236. - 1
FOR SALE--Persian kittens; , also one
oran~ge male, 2 years old. 511 Cheev-
or eouxrv. 68-21
FOR SAIL-?-ew $70 Hirsch Wick'-
, wiretuxedo, size 37. $35., ;406 E.
Hiuron. -c8-6S3
FOR,,..SALE-Complete set drums.
PrIce reasonable. Call Byers, 753.
69
--TYEWRTERS
CORONA-T-e visible durable, port-'
able typewrter. Over 500,000 in
use. Recent iimprovenients put Co-
ro'na. still farthiei jn the lead. Price
X50.00. Easy terms if desired. Other
typewriters takten in .exchange. -0.
D. Morill, 17 Nick~els Arcade. Open
evenings. --66-5 J
Rl MINGTON- PORTABLE.-The snew
t ypewi iteqr with standard kleyboard
and speedl.'Sold on easy terms.
-C4ALLI. IV.C. DAMIS
1 7ss-.w o-1
--TYPE WflITING

11101t REX A
FOjR RENT-Suite and single roomf
well heated, private lavatories. Near
campus. - Meals served during va-
cation. 1021 E. Huron St., Phone
4 1- 6'7-69
FOR EN-Very reasonable, to rlit, .
party, furnished home partly rent-
ed. For particulars call 2196-R.
FO RENt--Lar'ge double roomn near'
campus, for two. men. Call at 41' -
E. Washington St. 63-21
IFOR RENT-Warm single room, $3.501
f311 Th2ompson. Also reasonably
Ipriced' suite. 68=3
FOR RENT-One large single room, in
Girl's League IHouse. 511 Cheever
Court: 68-3
MALE HELP WANTED
STUDENTS SELL "Amazing Story of}
H-enry Ford."; Make $10 to $15 pe r
(lay. Going like blazes. Free out-
fit. Write quick. Standard Pro-
ducts Company, Dept. C-2, Jackson,,I
Michigan. -69-2
WANTED--Twos students to work for
board during holidays. Phone 1386-
J. 21-2,N. Ashley. 69-2
a!WI CELLA NEOIS Mat-
ANNOUNCEMENT-Do ydu know that.
Rider's 200 drop capacity Mse
pen. is the~most popular pen on the
campus? The-re is a reason. Call
&t Rider's Pen Shop. 21
WINDOW SHADES
WINDOW SHADES Cleaned.; New
shades made to order. - H, S. Col- 1
lins, 214 E. Washington St. Phone
"785-M..., 21
RUG CLEANINGL
RUGS CLEANED-Thoroughly. W'asb-
ed. or dust cleaned.. Ann Arbor I
Carpet Cleaning 'Works. Phone 50.
... AGGAGE - I
DONT FORGET Green's. Fuarry up
Dray and Baggage line.. 520 iDe-
troit St. Phone 31130. -6+4-7I
WANTED
WANTED-A Rider Pen 'which fails
to write at touch. Rider's Pen:
Shop. -21
FOUND -

'A,-n A-rbo'r, Michigan
December 14, 1 92

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As; you .have probably inferred from my recent lettecrs, I -find it wi!11 be
necessary. for, me 'to- stay, in Ann Arboar during Xmas vacation. --
You ;probably can guess the. reason, -- yes, its money. I really ,have
enouigh to buy the ticket, but, looking ahead, I can see where it is 'best for'
me to. deprive myself, of a few joys this winter, in anticipation of a great old
vacation next summer.
Anid Mother, don''t worry about my Christma's dinnier. I've 'run across
the swellest place to. eat! By swell, 1 don't mean gildled ceilings, and colored
waiters, and soft music behind palms, but good -substantial food, like I'd fret
at home, well cooked, and a variety of it.
They will close the House, as in seasons 'past, and consequently we feb-
l.ows, who:-are staying over, will have to get 'our '-meals, somewhere else. Sun-
day 1I,,'ead 'an announcemnent in the "Daily" that Byuce Esic and- his wife
wrere going to .manage a Student's Boarding House at 1212 South Univer-
sity. We can get lunch and dinner there, and at a much lower rate than I've
had to pay elsewhere in Ann Arbor. I ate there a ,few times this wieek, and
was so 5pleased with the eats" that I've gotten every man in the house to eat',
there during vacation.
Everything, tastes so good, folks, that really, staying away from home
is not going to be half as bad as 1 had expected.
Well, I simply must close now, as I'm way behind in Chem.]I and have
simply got to do some studying for the Blue Book Friday.

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HeoAlwaShis!d
As a gif t suggestion it is hard to find Anything
that will surpass shirts.
Hsere- are the newest patterns in the season's
most; popular, colors-and fashioned from fab-
rics that will give good service.'

Good-be,

Ang ora Mlu-ffle rs.

.'. 50 to $3.00

Lots 'of Love,

Silk and Silk And'Wool Hose, 75c to $1
The Newest Patterns in Neckwear at $1

JACK.

All Styles in Sweaters

..$5.50 to.$12

Why don't YouEat Esic'-, To?
The.. Place- is at '1212 South J.

FIRST
neatly

kSS typing promptly- and
ne. Special prices on man-
n.-, Jill r-r!,anf0

LUTZ CLOTHING CO.

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