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Promising Sophomores Create Keen
SCHED LE NCompetition For Tan k Team P aces
Competition among the candidates Goldsmith are the promising sopho-
for Michigan's swimming team is es- mores from the 1930 yearling team.
At lenist Five Cont sfs Will Be Held pecially keen this season, according to Hosmer and Walaitis have both been
In NeW 3Iiielii Sad i present indications. Especially among used on the free style relay in prac-
Nte the free stylers is there a spirited tice. It is probable that they will be
TrEWOPEN D , Rcontest for positions on the team, the members of the 1928 relay team. Reif
wealth of free style material from has shown well in the 50 and 100-yard
last year's freshman squad being re- free style events.
Eight games, at least five of which sponsible for this.
will be played in the new Wolverine Captain Darnall is flashing some of Wagner is the veteran returning in
stadium, comprise the Michigan foot- the old form in practice that made the distance events. Next to Samson
him one o' the best swimmers in the he was the best distance swimmer in
ball schedule for 1928, and with two Conference last season. Ie has cov- the Big Ten last season. Ault is a
exceptions all of next season's oppon- ered all distances from 25 to 220 1promising candidate for the 440-yard
ents have been determined and all of yards in good time. If he continues to free style. He has displayed his tal-
the dates for these engagements defi- show as rapid improvement, the loss ent in competing against Samson in
of Buck Samson, ace of the 1927 team, practice. Although never beating the
tiitely decided except in two instane- will not be felt to as great an extent Wolverine star, he has finished close
es. as otherwise. behind him several times. Goldsmith
Although the Wolverines' opponent Watson and Seager, members of last is a good prospect in the 220 or 440-
for the opening contest of the 1928 year's championship relay team, are j yard swims. He has covered both
season on Oct. 6 has not been defin- again available this season. There is distances in relatively good time,
itely selected, it is certain that it will a possibility thlat Watson will not be a Two of last year's freshman stars
be - a non-Conference team, probably member of the quartet this season, are not able to compete for Michigan at
Ohio Wesleyan again, being used. in the 220 or 440 yard free present. Walker, one of the fastest
The following Saturday, Oct. 13, is style events instead. Seager will free stylers on the squad, is ineligible.
one of the two open dates that 'remain swim on the relay and in the 50 or He may be available for competition'
on the present schedule. It is possi- 100 yard free style. He may also next semester, however. Frantz,; a
ble that Michigan State colege, tra- swim free style on the medley relay, promising candidate for the distance
ditional rival of the Wolverines, will a position which he filled during swims, has transferred to the School
furnish the opposition 1927. of Music, making him ineligible to'
although the Spartans mayinm this'contest Hosmer, Ault, Walaitis, Reif, and represent Michigan in athletics.
other open date on the schedule which
is Nov. 17.
Ohio Will Open Big Ten Year
The Wolverines will meet their first
Conference opponent away from homi
next year, as the opening Big Trp
contest is with Ohio State on Oct.
20, at Columbus. The following week
end Wisconsin invades Michigan sta- ;
dium for the second Conference en-
counter of the year.
Coach Bob Zuppke's Illinois contlA-
gent follow up the Badger invasion
n rNov. 3he an senag theoverines We invite you to inspect our wonderful
here in their second home Big Ten o
contest. After the game with the Ind-. displayo
Sans, the Michigan team takes a long
jaunt to Baltimore where they meet
the Navy on Nov. 10. Imported and Domestic Woolens
The following Saturday, Nov. 17,
is the second open date on the 1928 N
schedule and *will be filled either by Nowhere else will you be able to choose from so great
Michigan State or the other eleven an assortment of colorful quality fabrics. Let us take your
which is yet to be named by the Wol-
verine officials. It is probable, in measurements today. In schedule time, you will be wearing
either case, that this' game will ybe a perfect fitting, college cut garment.
played at home.
Iowa Will End Season
The final encounter of the season
will also be a home engagement, as
Iowa will invade Michigan. stadium onA e
Nov. 24. The gamd will mark the;,
return; of the Hawkeyes to the Michi- CUSTOM TAILOR
gan schedule for the first time since
1924, when the Iowans !played the re-
maining game of a contract on Ferry 619 E. William St. Ann Arbor, Mich.
field as the final game of the sea-
son.

HIGH SCHOOLS END
FOOTBALL SEASON T i
(By Associated Press) COLUMNL
DETROIT, Nov. 23.-University of CLOAEM.ADu
Detroit High opposes Cass Tech at . VER
Codd Field at 10 a. m. in the only
game booked for a city gridiron. NOTICES.
Should University High win it will NOTICE-We deliver between the
finish the city race with a record of hours of 9:30 and 11:30 p m. Prompt
five victories and one defeat and go Delivery. Barbecue Inn. Phone 4481.

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Library, or call 6674. 57, 5S, 59
MISCELLANEOUS
DRESSMAKING and Altering. Call
Miss Eisele, 401 South Division St.
Phone 22194, 55, 56, 57

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Eastern High goes to Chicago for RAGGEDY ANN BEAUTY SHOP- 56, 57, 58
its annual game with Tilden Tech of Marcel, 75c. Shampooing, finger- WNTE
that city. Southeastern plays Brock- w i ,etc. 1110 5 5WANTED-Twenty men and women
versify. Dial 761. 45, 51, 57
ton High at Brockton, Mass. students for special work. Full or
DRESSMAKING-Experienced; can part time. 912 Rose Ave., at 8:00 the Pan-Hellenic
furnish references. Estimate given p. m. 56, 57, 58, 59
on work desired. Phone 3655. LOT 5 ,Bll at
SUn., Tues., Thurs. LOST-Last week on Thursday, black
p jrining, u g.u ratt ng -,
=-NOTICE-Be sure and visit this most leather billfold, containing valuable
PARTY PROGRAMS modern and efficient Hat Cleaning receipts. Call Alex Scherer 6017.
ANNOUNCEMENTS and Shoe Shining Parlor. Michigan Reward. 56, 57, 58
INVITATIONS Theatre Bldg. 539 E. Liberty. THTO~ urlndgoe;pes F E
INVTAION -Tues., Thurs., Sat. LOST-Olie fur-lined glove; please
STATIONERY return to Mr. Mower, 2006 Wash-
FOLDERS WHERE TO EAT-Try the Heidel- tenaw or call 9217. 56, 57, 58 ( ,1
NEWSLETTERS berg, 807 E. Washington St. Home-___
PLACARDS cooking. Meal tickets per week if LOST-A Longines watch; sometime
BUSINESS CARDS desired. Phone 3409. Saturday afternoon. Finder please
CALLING CARDS 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60 call M. J. Spence, Dial 22117.
ETC., ETC. FOR SALE. 55, 56, 5On ill, just o State.
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frge rO rnt9758, about six o'clock. 56, 57, 58 inside sweat band of hat. Phone
215 S. Main St. (off Liberty) FOR SALE-Chrysler "70" Coupe, late 5712.5, 66,57
Phone 3231 last year model, with low mileage. LOST-Elgin Wrist Watch, Tuesday
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tter Motor perfect. Owner will sacrifice. room. Call Ferguson, 3595. Reward.
Call 3732 during the day. 57, 58
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or H-"eabOy fleeds
Oxford Grays or Tweeds
are the most popular for
overcoats this year. We
have a complete selec
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now on display for
your inspection.
The woolen fabrics from which thee
coats are made are the pick of the
looms both abroad and at home. The
materials are selected for the college
IN ~man and their popularity has shavenE,

that they were well chosen.
The shoulders are broad and they hang
in straight lines to the correct length.
Tailored in the single breasted models,
from these exclusive patterns-they re-
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