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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DMichigan Rooters.
Treated Royally
OO IRST DAY " 'OTrp ToOhio
_Michigan supporters who drove to
Columbus for the Ohio State game
ssoclation Plans for a Community Saturday had excellent treatment ac-
Fund Parade at Noon corded them all along'the route. Two
'ed~esd*iy years ago the rooters were shown lit-
tle or no courtesy by the small town
GOAL SET AT $49,0M4 along the road, but this year the en-
tire situation seemed changed.
Returns from the Community Fund r This courtesy was especially well
rive which started Sunday amount marked in the actions'of the people of
more than $25,000 thus far it was Findlay, where Boy Scouts patrolled
anounced yesterday by Walter P. the streets, directing motorists along
aebler, president of the Fund as-therbesrosttreColum tus.Scout
)citio. he rie wllconine tllwere also scattered along the roads
ednesday, the quota beinguset for more than five miles, warning
9',000. Two hundred solicitors are drivers of bad turns and curves. They
nvsTg thundrtyeby aliciords are itkept watch fires all night, and camp-
nvassing the city by wards and it ed out so that they would be on duty
the aim to reach every citizen, inearlyi the morning.
Plans n for a Community Fund pa- Jn Columbus the promises of Chief
c ,te are being arranged by the as- of Police French and Ohio State un-
'cition, the parade will assemble iversity officials regarding courtesy
vthe corner of Ann St. and Fourth and parking space to motorists were
venue at 11:30 o'clock Wednesday. fully kept. Five miles outside of the
series of floats will depict th'e city were stationed Boy Scouts to di-
ork of the 11 organizations which rect strangers to the stadium.

FRATE1RNITINTBANDTO GET $550
NEW ORK MEETINli" FROM GRI-GRlAPH

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IS ANNUAL CONVENTION!
John E. Clark, '25, will represent
the fraternities of the University at
the Interfraternity conference to bc
held at the Pennsylvania hotel, New
York, Nov. 27 and 28. More than 50
fraternities, 100 institutions of learn-
ing and 500,000 fraternity men willt
be represented at the annual gather-
ing. A number of prominent educa-j
tors, including college presidents,
will be at the conference to talk on
college problems with the officials,
and with 50 undergraduates repre-
senting as many college councils;
thus making available every point of
view: the student, alumni and fac-
ulty..

SMay Receive Hali Profit on Showings
From, Alumni Association
Next Year
BOARD TAKES IN $2600
Approximately $550 will be 'turned
over to the band' by the Alumni asso-
ciation as a one-fourth share in the
proceeds taken in at the grid-graph
showings this fall. The board was
operated for the M. A. C., Illinois,
Minnesota and Ohio State games.
Up to last Saturday $2;100 was tak-
en in, while the Ohio State game net-
ted $500. Of the total of $2,600 which
has been received this fall, nearly $400
in expenses must be deducted, $100.1
for each showing, leaving a total of.
$550 for the Band. The remainder'
will be used by the Alumni association
to defray some outstanding encum-
lerances, and as soon as these area
cleared the band will get half the'
graph proceeds.

It is thought by John Bradfield, '18,
business manager of the Alumnus,
that this may be the case by the end
of next year,. or at least soon after
that. The proceeds this year were a
little bit larger than usual in that
three big out-of-town games were
scheduled rather than only two as has
been the customi formerly.
The biggest crowd saw the graph
showing of the Illinois game of any
that have been reproduced in Hill
audtorium since the graph was'inaug-
urated. The Ohio State game Satur-
day drew an average crowd, more
than 1,200 being present.
Copenhagen, Nov. 17.- Tomorrow
Henry Ford will open a new plant
in Copenhagen, producing 300 carsw
daily for Denmark, Scandanavia, the
Baltic countries, Russia, Germany and
Finland. -
It has been estitated that 38,000,
000 acres must be added to the pres-
ent crop producing lands of the
United States to feed the population
it is expected to have by 1950.
Read the Want Ads

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SAMPLES
Permanently on Display at
GUY WOOLFOLK & CO.
9'1 S. State Street
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Designed by
WHITEHOUSE & HARDY
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BROADAY Al40"'STREET 144 WEST 42"STREET
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benefit by the Community Fund
drive. They line of march will be
West on Ann to Main, south to Wil-
liams, east on Williams to Stete,'
north on State to Huron, and back
to the Chamber ofCommerce Inn.
It is hoped that the' parade may
celebrate the successful completion
of the drive. Capt. Alfred P. Smith,
of the Salvation Army is chairman
of the parade committee, and Capt.
J. C. -Holm of th'e U. S. Army will be
Marshal of the Day.
LIFE E BERSHIP UOT
FALLSSHR BY400

Logansport, Ind., Nov. 15.-The Log-
ansport High school has lost $1,000 on
six football games played this season
on the home grounds, school officials
announce. The deficiency will be paid
from the profitsdonbasketball games.j
Madison, Wis., Nov. 17.-Tentative'
swimnn g teams at the University of
Wisconsin have been picked by Coach
Steinauer.

As a result of the success of an ex-
periment tried last year, a new fra-
ternity will probably be formed at
the conference. The number of col-
lege students desiring fraternity «f-
filiations is increasing so rapidly that
they cannot be accomnodated, with the
result that the conference is aiding
groups of locals to band together.
Nearly a score of locals from all sec-
tions of the country have petitioned
to start a new fraternity.

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After a final count and check up of
now memberships secured during the
three day drive conducted by the
Union was made, 1015 cards had been
tur ned in by the teams. This n1um-
ber fell short of the quota of 1400
by less than 400. Team number nine
captained by Smith Cady, '27, was
first with 143. The late returns place
team number ten headed by F. L.
Mullins, '27, in second place with 05
memberships to its credit and team
"umber two under Harry R. Haynie,
'26, in third place.-
Smith Cady, '27, is the winner of
the Otto Han's cup for the man turn-
ing the highest number of new mem-
berships, with a total of 114. The
cup will be presented to the winner
tomorrow night at a banquet for all
the men who took part in the drive.
Harry G. Messer, '26, chairman of the
drive and Thomas Cavanaugh, '27L,
president of the Union, will speak.
Lits And Medicg
Tie In Speedball
Sophomore lits and medics played
a 6-6 tie game in the finals of the in-
ter-class speedball tournament Mon-
day afternoon on South Ferry field.;
The -game went five minutes over-
time without any additional scorin'g.
The teams will meet at 4:30 this
afternoon to decide the school title.y

VarSihckers. rte.
SportCCoats C
(YELLOW OR OLIVE)
AJTOWER CO.
BOSTON
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By Charles R.-Kennedy

An opportunity to see one of the greatest of modern dramas acted by prominent
platform artists

Tonioht, Nov, 8

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casin pack shoes, Munson Army
lasts, in heavy and light weights.
N good line of dependable shoes
for men and boys.

Suede Leather jackets, Sheep-lined

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SHIRTS

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rppoved heu s

Blanket patterns n checks,
plaids, stripes, etc. Plain colors
and O.D. khaki, also. Corduroy
and Mackinaw shirts.

vests,
coats,

Sheepskin

coats,

.Leather

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Horse - Hide jackets with

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Great care is taken at th Var-
sity K adry Co m p o y only
those laUndry methods w h i C h
meet with the a~pproval of the

BREECHES

sheepskin lining, etc. Now is the
time to buy them, as it is just the be-
ginning of winter. Buy here and

Breeches in corduroy, wool,
whipcords, etc. These are very
popular now and it will pay you
to buy soon.

save money.

most careful housewives.

You

GLOVES

Blankets

will eXperience n o anxiety f o r
your clothing when you can say
that it is at the Varsity.

Driving gloves, knit lined-very
warm and also low priced. Now
is the time you need them be-
fore the real cold weather sets
in.

Steamer rugs and auto robes.

Also.

O.D. woo army blankets. We have

replenished our stock and have

SWEATERS

a

selection that will delight you. The

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Cor-per Liberty and Fifth ,Ave.

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All wool, in plain colors and
combinations, heavy rugged
sweaters for outdoor wear, close
knits for indoors. A complete
stock.

prices are, of course,

reasonable.

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BRIEF CASES

Su'rplusSupplies Store

Music rolls, Helmets, alarm
clocks, sheen moccasins. et.

D~owni Towivjii rear of Post Office

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