1flTTSDAY. SPTEMBER 30. IM;l9A
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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fR~S H M-AN SQUAD !
Glenna Collett 1
Scores Golf Win.
(By Associated Press)
HAVERFORD, Pa., Sept. 29.-An
easy victory for Glenna Collett, and j ' Al mipius ten
Yenning Footbal spIrants Report one not so easy for Edith Cummings,1 The intramural depart
To (onehi Mather; High School featured the second round matches for accepting entries for the
Stars Appear carceithe women's golf crown played under pIus tennis tournament.
continuing dreary skies and over l and doubles will be run
links cooled with "casual water" to- able cups will be awar
AVERAGESIZE SMALLER}day. ners in each.. Entries sh
I While Glenna in defense of her title ed in at the intramural ofl
The freshman football squad contin- was eliminating Mrs. Norman Rood, man gymnasium.
ued to grow yesterday when nearly of Wilmington, Delaware, 8 and 6, and
100 sadditional uniforms were issued. Miss Cummings forging towards a re- Speedball
covery of the crown she held in 1923,
Approximately 200 uniforms have been was defeating Bernice Wall of Osh- Information relative t
given out and more orders were made kosh, Wisconsin, 1 up, Helen Payson, fraternity speedhall com
out last night by Coach E. J. Mather one of Glenna's early season con- fall has been mailed to
after the equipment office had closed. querors was being vanquished. fraternities together
ment is now
off and suit-
ded the win-
ould be hand-
flee, 6 Water-
to the inter-
ENGLSH HALL DEF
(By Associated Press)
BOLOUGNE, France, Sept. 29.-The.
first tragedy due to ambition to swim
the English channel was recordedj
here yesterday when the body of. a
young Spaniard was washed ashore.
The body was identified as that of Luis
Rodriguez Delara, who is said to haves
been a member of a prominent Madrid
Delara started secretly without anj
escort in an attempt to swim the
channel from France to England a few
Seven teams were on the field at the
first practice of the University of Ne-
braska football squad.
Joie Ray, veteran holder of many
amateur middle distance running rec-
ords, who turned pro last winter, has
asked to be reinstated by the Nation-
al A. A. U.
this year and will offer suitable
awards if the interest so warrants.
All games will be played on the in-
tramural athletic field on the new
south Ferry field.
All interested in officiating at speed-
ball games are asked to list their
names with the intramural office.
Coach Mather expects to have a squ'adj
of over 250 out next week.
While the squad will probably be
larger in number than previous
squads the size of the men is decided-
ly less. There are very few large!
men, the squad running to short,I
stocky players. There are also fewer,
prep-school stars than usual. A large!
number of the candidates are playing
football for the first time.
Among the few high school lumin-'
aries are Kielbasa, Brazill and Moyer.
Kielbasa comes from East Chicago,'
Indiana, where he played on the
Washington high school eleven, mak-
ing the all-state backfield his last.
three years. Brazill comes from
Grand Rapids and Moyer from Detroit.
The Grand Rapids boy made the all-
There are 13 letter .winners from
'last year available for tfie University.
of Illinois football team this fall, nine
linemen and, four backfield men.
Michigan prep eleven two years ago.
Moyer made the all-ci& team in De-
troit for several years.
The squad took light workouts yes-
terday, loosening up muscle,,. There
will probably be no scrimmages for at
least a week.
Coach Mather announced last night
that there will be no weeding out or
cutting of the squad. Cnadidates, as,
long as they turn out for practice,
will be kept on the squad. However
absentees will not be tolerated.
blanks. Entries should be returned
to the intramural department at once
as it is imperative that the schedule
be drawn up immediately.
As soon as competition begins in
the interfraternity league, plans will
be launched for the class leagues. It
is necessary that the interfraternity
league be started first since the fra-
ternities -are already organized and
the classes have not done much in the
way of organization so early in the
year. This arrangement will permit
the bulk of the fraternity games to be
out of the way before the class groups
are ready for league play.
The intramural department is espe-
cially interested in forming speedball
leagues among the independent groups
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Cash classifieds received at the Daily office
in The Press Building on Maynard Street.
Special standardized rates given on applica-
FOUND-Automatic Pencils which we
sell at a low figure, $.50 to $1.50 that
work as well: and last as long as the
best. Rider's Pen Shop. tf
NICE double front room at 801 Gran-
ger. One block from Ferry Field.
Dial 21425. 3-4-5
Music Afternoon and Night
"HIS SUPREME MOMENT"
FOR RENT LOST
ROOMMATE WANTED for man in a [LoST--Alpha Tau Oinega fraternity
large front room. 425 S. Division. pin. Initials W. It. G. No. 10966. Call
3-41 Gray at. 3344. 1-2-3
ONE LARGE SUITE for two, three or
four boys. Very cheap. 301 N.
State. Phone 8747. 3-4
FURNISHED, heated, lower flat, four'
rooms, bath, private entrance. Suit-
able for four. 539 So. Fifth Ave.
Dial 21371. 3-
FOR RENT-Room for one man in,
nicely furnished suite. Steam heat.
Dial 8514. 422 E. Washington.
'FOR RENT-A room, block from cam-
pus; large and bright; upperclass
men preferred, $5. Phone 22151.
FOR RENT-House, six rooms, sleep-
ing porch and bath. In A-1 condition
from attic to basement. Location, the
very best. Convenient to. campus
and bus line. Adults preferred.
Phone 5929. 1-2-3
LOST-All desire to. promote highly
colored pens, necessarily made of
celuloid, at a great saer,ilice of sta-
bility to attract the eye and assist
the-advertising. Our pens are made,
almost without exception of PURE
VEGETABLE GUM RUBBER, the
most stable 'mnaterial ever found for
fountain pens. Rider's Pen Shop.
WANTED--Student's wife as assistant.
In dettal office. Hourse reasonable.
Call 7380. 3-4-5
IMALE ST''UDENTS. for lunch carts,
two hours evening work. 529 Wal-
WANTtD-Family and student wash-
ings. Dial 8794. 3-4-5
FOR RENT-Room with private bath
for upper classmen. Call 9875.
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,DEL, PRETE COLLEGIATE CLOTHES- SHOP"
M I C H I G A N MEN
927 Model "THE )ICHIGAN"
Huron Hills Golf Course
Between Geddes and Washtenaw Avenues
Sporty nine hole course, new club house,
large locker room, showers, light lunch-
nrnIintIlinIfuill Iitl i'ifill InIIIII --111
Waxed and Polished
Phone 5476 706 ,N. Main St.
, Johnson's Polishing Machines
rm uuim inmnm
IDOOM FOR RENT-First floor room
with private bath in quiet family.
No other roomers. Dial 5046 or call
502 East Ann St. 1-2-3
LIGHT housekeeping rooms; three or
four rooms and private bath.; heat
furnished ; all modern conveniences.,
Price reasonable. Dial 7339. 1-2-3
ROOM-Single or double, southeast
section. 1515 Brooklyn Ave. Phone'
ROOM-Campus, 811 E, Huron. A
double room on first floor, private
entrance, your price. 2-3-4
FOR RENT-One comfortable suite,
two blocks from campus, for two
students. Equipment and room prac-
tically new. Also three roommates
wanted. Call 8167 or 917 E. Huron.
FOR RENT-Suite, $8; double room,,
$6; one and a half blocks frgm cam-
pus, 612 Hill St. Phone 6637.
TWO very pleasant double rooms for
men, $7.50 per week for two or $6
for one at 1002 Cornwell Place.
Phone 3138. 2-3-4.
FOR RENT-Large room, will rent
single or double. 425 S. Division.
FOR SALE-Latest model Remington
Portable typewriters. All makes of
rebuilt typewriters for sale or rent.
Phone 3489 for prices and easy,
FOR SALE-5 tube tuned radio, Fre-
quency Radio, $35.00. 333 E. Ann.
FOR SALE-Remington standard type-
writer ; practically new ; price $40.
Call evenings from 7 to 9. 1108
Prospect St. Phone 6810. 3-4-5
FOR SALE-Six room house and gar-
age; all modern conveniences. Just
been built one year. Dial 4972.
522 S. Fourth Ave. Phone
DELT PRETE. COLLEGIATE
-Playing privileges-$1 .00 per day
Saturdays and Sundays-$1.50
SITUATIQN WANT -Cooks, color-
ed cogple want situation; can plan,
buy, and do own pastry work in Fra-
ternity QG Sofority. Can sleep in or
out. Phone bial 2-1109. 3-4-5
GARAGE-Near Wells and Lincoln.
Call Reicliart. Phone 3768. 3-4
Scientifically Selected and
Open Thursday, Friday, Satur-
day and Sunday Evenings
WANTti)-Musicians for dance or-
chestra. Apply 1108 Hill St. be-
tween 3 and 5 F.Tv. 2-3-4
WANTED--Students to know that we
have a $5.00 pen which is unequalled
at the price. Call for Wahls new
$5.00 pen, any style of point and in
three colors Hard Rubber Holders.
Rider's Pen Shop, tf'
to sell Pickwick house and street
frocks direct to wearer; easily earn -
$3 weekly; work All or part time.
Write today. Pickwick Mtg. Co.,
Fort Wayne, Ind. 1-2-3
WANTEb-Furnace jobs desired by
3rd year student. Experienced. 533
Thompson. Dial 6950. 1-2-3
WANTED-Position as cook in fra-
ternity or sorority house. Can. furh
nish best of references. Dial 3618
WANTED,-Experienced colored cook
for A Fraternity. Home made bis-
cuits and pastries. Dial 7726.
ROOM MATE wanted by a Senior law
in suite in good location. 429 S. ,l-
WANTED-Ushers. Arcade Theatre.
Apply to doorman. No phone call.
TWO STUDENTS want weekly ash
jobs.. Phone 6736. 2-3-4
INSTRUCTOR wants room, with gar-
age.and breakfast, if possible.tPhone
NOTICE-TYPEWRITERS. of all the
leading makes, sold, rented, ex-
changed and repaired at prices con-
'sistent with good quality and work-
manship. Best service department
in Ann Arbor and one of the largest
in the State.
0.. . D.. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
Phone 6615. Established 1908.
Suits with.Extra Trousers
$35- $40 - $45
Overcoats anp Topcoats
$25 - $30 $35 - $40-,
CLOTHES SHOP announces
600 E. Liberty St.
Our Line of
'The Michigan," an exclusive design embodying
distinctive styles, superior fabrics and collegi-
ate tailoring especially created by Mr. LD
Prete after twenty-one years' experience
in fine tailoring for college men.. To
see "The Michigan" is to ac-
knowledge its superiority.
FOR SALE-Ink is the life blood of
your Fountain Pen. You will always
get the right kind at Rider's Pen
Shop. We sell no ink substitutes or
kinds which clog your pen and make
it useless. Your pen and ink spe-
cialist knows. tt
FOR SALE-Star '24 sport roadster,
dish, wheels, rumble seat; runs nice.
$125100. St. James Hotel Barber
FOR SALE-Good 'Cello and Ludwig
snare drum in excellent condition.
522 'S. 4th Ave. Dial 6430. 2-3-4
01D. Ipme t
SAFFEL L & BUSHj
604 East Liberty
"One Man Tells Another".
'LOST-Athletic Book No. 2098. Finder
please return to Frances Patmos,
603 Monroe or call 9266.
LOST-Wrist watch on gold bracelet
[ between campus clock and Majestic.
Finder please return to 1319 Forest
Ave. or Phone 5997. Reward. 142-3,
W YOU like good eats fust call on 'me.
1,;a'. at your seervice for breakfast,
dinner or tea. Walworth Cafeteria,
State at Arbor. 1-2-3
EXPERIENCED piano and pipe organ
teacher. Emma Fisher Cross, for-
mer faculty member School of Mu-
sic- and pupil of Leschetizky of
Vienna. Studio, Apt. 8, 610 E. Lib-
erty. Phone 3566. 1-2-4-6
JUNIOR ENGINEER--Wants room-
nate to share large front room, two
blocks west of Lit building. McCon-
ochie, 338 EJefferson.. 5870. 1-2-3
213 East Liberty St.
Opposite Varsity Laundry
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In New Styles, Rich Fabrics
If you receive nothing else but4
that assured feeling of being well
dressed, tailored-to-order clothes'
There is nothing like that "made-
Drop in and look over the Fall
and Winter line now on display!,
There's a pattern here that will
SPENCER - LEITZ - BAUSCH & LOMB
We Will By, el or Rent
and Other Good Makes
BETTER PRICES FOR
U. OF M. STUDENTS
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