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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1929

THE MiICHICAN

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NEW PLAN TO SELECT VARSITY POOR
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LARGE TURNOUT GREETS COACH

Wolverine Harriers L0LASS IF I Ej
Meet Ypsi Tonight 'VRTISIL

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EDITORS TO TAKE PART
Committee to Include Theodore
Roosevelt and Other
Prominent Fans.

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PHILBIN FOR BOXING WORKOUTS

(Continued From Page 6)
the heaves of Truskowski to the
ends and remaining backs. Dahl-'
em, who was injured slightly in the
Purdue game last week, was not out
for practice.
While the "B" team was working
with the first string players, the1
freshman team which had learned;
the Ohio formations was used to:

MADISON, Wis., Oct. 16-Fresh-
man crew candidates at the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin who have been
toiling on the rowing machines in
the dingy old gym annex loft, are
to get a "break." Word was receiv-
ed here yesterday that the sixteen
oared barge which was ordered,
months ago, from a Seattle build-
er, would reach Madison today.

Revival of Boxing Interest Spurs ?champion, Vic Heim, runner-up in (Continued From Page 6i
Coach To Plan Additional the lightweight class, and Jerry Wolverines answered their first call
Campus Tourneys. Curry, runner-up in the bantam- about three weeks ago. Coachj
~weight class. Others, including Farrell is not very optimistic of the
Boxing has had the largest turn-Bob Morgan, heavyweight champ, outcome of the first race of the year,
out of any sport at the intramural oover the treacherous 4-mile course
building so far this year. From the and Auer, runner-up are expected at Ypsilanti.
number and calibre of the tryouts, to report when the football season Next Saturday at 10:45 the
it seems as if boxing would have a is ended. harriers will run the local 4-mile
very successful season. The fol- Coach Philbin announces that course, the results of the race hav-
lowing men have returned from last there will be more than one tourn- ing a bearing on the personnel
year, Jack Yuen, flyweight cham- ament this year instead of just the of the Wolverine squad for the re-
!pion, Joe Woodward, lightweight ,all-campus as in the past. mainder of the season.

NOTICE
MACK TUTORING AGENCY
1150 Tutors All Subjecas
310 S. State St. Phone 7927
Tommie Mack, A.B., Director
YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN
We give your silks and woolens the
best possible care. We give cash
cards on all service.
MOE LAUNDRY
We call for and deliver.
204 North Main 3916
NOTICE
WE BUY USED CLOTHING
H. BENJAMBIN

An authoritative attempt to se- scrimmage the second "A" squad,
selct the championship college foot- but the Varsity men had little dif-
ball team for 1929 will be made un- ficulty with their offerings.
der new and novel circumstances j
during the coming autumn, accord- Y
ing to an announcement just made First Year{Harriers
by the committee which will un- R
dertake the task. Run InTrlal Meet
Under the chairmanship of W. _
0. McGeehan, nationally known Freshman Cross country aspir-
sports columnist and newspaper,
writer, and with the sponsorship of ants have increased to the number
a committee of prominent amateur of 40, all of whom are running
sports patrons, the aid of 250 news- the course daily. A trial run was
paper sports editors is being enlist- held last Friday afternoon and
ed to secure an "exhaustive and
satisfactory national selection for among those who appeared to ad-
the Albert Russel Erskine Award." vantage and disclosed good form
Sponsors Named. iwere Braden, formerly of Flint

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Sponsors of the plan are 4lbert
Russell Erskine, president of. the
Studebaker Corporation, and the
following committee: Theodore
Roosevelt, New York; John McE.
Bowman, New York, head of the
Bowman hotel chain; W. T. Ander-
son, publisher of the Macon, Ga.,,
Telegraph; W. R. Morehouse, vice-
president of the Security First Na-
tional Bank of Los Angeles; Waltor
M. Christie, track coach of the
University of California; W. T.
Clayton, of Anderson, Clayton &
Company, Houston, Texas, and
Martin J. Collins, president of the
Graham Paper Company, St. Louis,
Mo.; Feg Murray, sports cartoonist;
Avery Brindage, president of the
Central Association of the A. A. U.;
and Walter C. Allen, President of
the Yale & Towne Manufacturing
Company, Stanford, Connecticut.
To Have Early Ballot.
A preliminary ballot will be
taken in December among the 250,
sports critics and a final ballot
will then be voted on the few
teams which lead in the first ballot.
Between the halves of the New
Years' Day game in California, the
winning team will be announced.
The coach of this team will be pre-
sented a Studebaker President
Eight motor car. The committee
plans to make the award an annual
feature of the football season.
BASKETBALL MANAGERS.
All sophomores or second se-
mester freshmen wishing to try-
out for basketball manager are
requested to report at the Intra-
mural building at 7:15 o'clock
tonight.
Tim Quinn, Manager

Northern, Hill, Taylor,, Allen and
Darrow. Braden finished first and
was followed by the others in the
above order. All the men look
good, however, and indications
point to keen competition in fu-
ture runs. There will be a time
trial run Friday, October 18th. It
will be a 2 mile run and the first
time trial of the year.
In the final event of the year the
first 10 freshmen to finish will re-
ceive class numerals and the first
3 of these 10 will be honored by
silver cups.

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time and again drove in runs wher
runs were needed, and Charley
Grimm, who alone of the Cubs bat-
ted and fielded far above the aver-
age.
And so the discussion of heroes,
features, and thrills will go on for
another year until the next World
Series will roll around and the Cubs
will get another chance to prove
their statement that they can win
the National league bunting next
season and go on to win a world's
title.
Today
H USTON BROS.
Billiards for competi-
tion

DIRECTORY

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BANKS
Ann Arbor Savings.. .......707 North University
Farmers and Mechanics Nickels Arcade

BARBER SHOP
Dewey Smith .......... .
BEAUTY SHOPS
DiMattia Beauty Salon ....
Michigan Beauty Shop ..... .
Raggedy Ann Beauty Shop.
Romona Beauty Shop. ......
Stoddard Hair Shop ......
College Beauty Shop,.. . . .

JEWELRY
Carl Bey . ..........
Burr Patterson & Auld
Hiallers .. . . . . . .
Schlander and Seyfried.
LAUNDRIES
White Swan ...........
Moe Laundry.........
Trojan Laundry......
Varsity Laundry .......

..... 16 Nickels Arcade
..,..603 Church
235 South State
...304 South Main

1110 South University
340 South State
. .Michigan Theater Bldg.
..1110 South University
625 E. Liberty
. 707 North Uniersity
300 South State

Press Bldg., Maynard St.
204 North Main
615 E. Liberty
300 South Fifth

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Fall Parties and Pledge Formals require the
latest styles in formal dress. For those occasions,
_ we will be pleased to fit you with one of these
Tuxodes designed and tailored by Browning
King, especially for college men.
A complete stock of Shirts, Collars, Studs,
Derbies, Vests, and other smart a:.-essories at'
_ moderate prices.
-OUR TUXEDO RENTAL DEPART-
= ENT CONTAINS A COMPLETE_
STOCK OF SIZES.
$3.75 An Evening

BOOKS, STATIONERY, SUPPLIES
Mayer and Schairer .......... 112 South Main
0. D. Morrill...............314 South State
Print and Book Shop ........ 521 E. Jefferson
S. and S. Supply ............ 305 Maynard
Slaters Inc. .................320 & 334 S. State, 549 F. U.
Student Supply .............1111 South University
George Wahr's ..............316 South State
CANDY AND SODAS
Betsy Ross .................. .. Nickels Arcade
Sweetland ....... ...... ..212 South Main
Preketes Sugar Bowl. ........ 109 South Main
CLEANERS
American Dry Cleaners ....... 215 E. Washington
American Rug Cleaning.. ..... 1032 Greene
Goldman Cleaners ...........214 South State
Greene Cleaners.............516 E. Liberty
Michigan Cleaners..........523 E. Liberty
Oswald Katz, Cleaner.,.....814 South State
University Cleaners ..........Yps-Ann Building
COAL
Cornwell Coal . . ...... . HIuron and Fourth
DANCING
Armory ....................223 E. Ann
Grangers ... . ... . Huron near State
Michigan Union............South State
Michigan League ............ North University
DEPARTMENT STORES
Goodyear Co . .124 South Main
Mack & Co. ................ Main at Liberty
Montgomery Ward & Co......South Fourth near Liberty
DRUGS
Calkins-Fletcher...........324 & 818 S. State, 1101 S. U.
Crippens Store No. 3 ........North University at Thayer
Eberbach & Sons .. , .. , ....,...200 East Liberty
Edsill Drug Co. . . .. .,.. . . .... 208 South Main
Swift Drug .................340 South State
ELECTRICAL AND RADIO

MEN'S CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS
Browning, King Co........... 319 South Main
Conlin and Wetherbee ........118 E. Washington
Toni Corbett ................116 E. Liberty
Del Prete . . .............. 213 E. Liberty
Factory Hat Store...........617 Packard
Fiegel's ....................332 South Main
Greenwood & Kilgore.......324 South State
Marquardt, Tailor...........608 E. Liberty
Masten and& Chase.........211 South Main
Saffell and Bush. ............604 E. Liberty
Thompson's................1107 South University
Tinker & Co................342 South State
Van Boven Inc............326 South State
Wadhams & Co.............109 E. Washington
Wagner 'Co. ...............303 South State
Wild & Co................311 South State
MARKET
Dawn Donuts ..............216 E. Washington
Forest Ave Market ...........530 Forest
MUSIC

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University Music House .. ..
Choral Union Concerts.. ..
REAL ESTATE
A. S. Lynden............
Brooks-Newton ...........
RECREATION
Mullison's Stables ........
Huston Bros. Billiards .....
Saunders Canoe Livery,...
RESTAURANTS AND
Clarks Tea Room........
Freeman's Dining Room ...
Forest Inn ..............
George's Restaurant ......
Tap Room .............
Lane Hall Tavern ........
Palace ..................
Parrot ..................
R. and S. Lunch..........
Miller's Potat-O-Chips ....
SCHOOLS
Hamilton Business College.
Mack Tutoring Agency ...
SHOE REPAIRING
A. T. Cooch & Son .......
SHOE STORES
Alexander Inc..........
Campus Bootery ........
Kinney ShoeCo........
L. and B. Shoe Store....
J. Murphy Boot Shop ..

.... Maynard at William
.... Hill Auditorium
....302 Ypsi Ann Bldg.
Liberty at Fourth
....326 E. Ann
....307 South Stateu
.... Foot of Cedar -
3 TEA ROOMS
....11101/ South University
....809 E. Washington
....538 Forest
... .611 E. William
.... Michigan Union
.... State at Washington
.... 601 E. Liberty
... .338 South State
....605 Church
.224 South State
State at William
310 South State
...1109 South University

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215 E. Washington Phone 4310
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TAILORING-Men's suits made
strictly to-order, from select fab-
rics, by an experienced maker and
fitter. ollauf, 115 South Main,
Over Walk Over Shoe Store.
345612
NOTICE - Boat Club Restaurant
Whitmore Lake open all winter.
Dinner parties and dancing.
Phone 9175. F. M. Stofflet and
Lane Lee proprietors. C
P I A N O INSTRUCTION-Studio
609 E. William. Phone 5407.
RADIO SERVICE
Competent service men on all
makes of radios.
STIMPSON RADIO SERVICE
Dial 21408 521 East Liberty
123c
Piano Tuning-The exclusive tuner
for the School of Music.
VICTOR ALLEMDINGER
1608 Morton Ave. Phone 6776
C234
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Cider, grape juice,
grapes, apples, potatoes, and
wood. Call 9534 or 22413. 123456
FOR SALE---New Royal portable
typewriter. Perfect condition.
Call evenings 23544. 12
A HOME of the first order, wonder-
ful setting, among large maple
trees, very desirable location,
south of campus. Brand new.
The nine rooms include a study,
nursery, recreation and large sun
room with fireplace. All appli-
ances for convenient and com-
fortable operation of the home.
Steam heat, double garage built-
in. Owner very anxious to sell.
Will sacrifice. Dial 7408, evening
8617.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Nice, quiet front room
near campus and University Hos-
pital. Also garage. Phone 6417.
1412 Geddes Ave. 23

WANTED
WANTED-Sales lady for ladies'
coat department. Experienced
only may apply. Full or part
time. Thayer's, 200 North Main.
23
WANTED-Students to enjoy a real
meal. Forest Inn, 538 Forest. C
ATTENTION STUDENTS
For self-supporting students desir-
ing fascinating remunerative
work either temporary or perma-
nent, may I suggest that many
students of both sexes have earn-
ed scholarships and cash suffi-
cient to defray all college ek-
penses representing national
magazine publishers. If inter-
ested write or wire for details. M.
A. Steele, National Organizer, 5
Columbus Circle, New York, N. Y.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 12, 3
WANTED-Two or three tickets for
Ohio State game. Phone 23225. 1
WANTED-Washing and ironing
expertly done. 310 Potter Ave.
123
LOST
$50 REWARD-For the recovery of
bow-knot pin set with diamonds
and crystals. Phone 6517. 612
LOST-A Phi Gamma Delta pen-
dant watch charm Tuesday on
Washington St. near Freeman's.
Call 7848. 234
WHITE GOLD WRIST WATCH lost
on Blvd. near Arbertum Sunday.
Finder please call Alice Mann.
2-3225. 23
FOUND-Black purse at Women's
League Bldg.. Owner may obtain
same by calling at 714 E. U. and
describing same. Vera New-
berry. 2
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FOR RENT--One suite for married
couple or for men students. 308
Thompson. Dial 6116. 124612

Arborphone Sales ....
Ernst Bros. ..........
Detroit Edison ...... .
Stimpson Radio.....
FINANCIAL
Brown-Cress & Co.... .
Merrill Lynch & Co.. .
FLORISTS
Flowerday & Son ...
FURS
E. L. Gteenbatn .e..
FURNITURE
Chas. Wuerth & Co.. .
GRAVEL
Killins Gravel Co.....
GIFTS

.521 E. Liberty
.210 South Fourth
.Main at William
.,....521 E. Liberty
Main at Huron
First National Bank Bldg.
609 E. William
.4418 Spring St.
113-115 E. Washington
.5 Kresge Bldg.

324 South State
.... 304 South State
117 South Main
.620 . Liberty
9 Nickel's Arcade

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SPORT GOODS
George Moe .............. North University, 902 State '
WOMEN'S GARMENTS AND FURNISHING$
Collins Shop '.......600 E. Liberty
Fashion Shop...............201 E. Liberty
Goodyear Co. ...............124 South Main
Kress Stores ................115 E. Liberty}
Kline Stores ................ Main, near Liberty
Mack & Co...............Main and Liberty
McKinsey Hat Shop ...........227 South State
E. F. Mills Co..............118 South Main
Rubley Shop ...........8 Nickel's Arcade
Vogue Shop '. ..........221 South Main

Art and Gift Shop......... .

.218 South State

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