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October 02, 1929 - Image 10

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THE MIC;HIG

DAILY

THEMICIGN DIL

W UIJUMIMfl ILI~(
rN EA~lGRIND~f
Veterans Repot to Coach t
Farrell as Nucleus for
1929 M~ihigan Teamt
BENSONfS CAPTAIN
;h thirty men, about half the.
er of candidates usually de-
for cross country comnpeti-'
it the beginning of the season,
z. Steve Farr ell is running the!
and Blue barriers- throuaghi
workouts in an endeavor to
a strong team in this his last
at MichiganL
sides Captain Benson, ten
mnon the squad were mem-
of the team. last season. Of
Captain Benson, Austin,
ow, and Aubrey were the only'l
to run in the Conference meet'I
will probably form the back-}
of the team Coach Farrell -will
to develop from this sparce1
vial. ofh
wever, Coach F'arrell is olokngj.
rds some ofhs sophiomores to
sha the desirable quality needed
set the lackinq uantity. Both
e and F itzgibbons who showed
,y of promise on the freshman,
r and outdoor track in the
and half mile last year are
Ae~d to perform on a par with
eterans this fall. Austin and
two sophomores are leading
;ther candidates in the imatited
etition possible so far.
,vmaster, Hayes, Mueller, Ken-
Colby, Dan na, and Feu stel
all members of last year's
d who should give good "ac-
ts of themselves in the coming
s. U nsworth, C an e, Chase,
sit, Harbison, Crawford, Fv-
W\hite, Baldwiin, Lansdale, and
a complete the list oaf men who
reported to Coach Farrell for

BASEBALLERS MAKE 600D
(Continued From Page Nine)y
Ocean Club that was every bit as
good. He also only gave one hit.
McAfee's final start of the trip was,
against the Tokio Club, and result-
e cd in a 4-2 win for the American
collegians. An 11-5 victory over
Yokaliomia in, which the entire'
pitching staff with the exception of
Kieg ler worked concluded the trip.
Everything was done as in Amer -
ica, even as to throwing out the;
first ball. This honor fell to Dr. Nt
jYokota, president of Meiji Untiver -
sity, who was to throw the ball 'to~
Mr. Edwin Neville, charge d'aftairesI
of the Amnerican emibassy. That
thle presidential pitch; wandered tent
fcet from the would be rec'eiver de-!
tracted nothing from ther glory of
the occasion.
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CLASSIFEI
ADVERTISII4
NOTICE

Dentistry, Dorland's Medical Dic-.
EJII1~tionary, Dental Pathology and
Theropectics and others.: Write
W. Bresnahan, 4114 Baker St,
_____- Detroit. 1, 2, 31

THR~EE
Half
State

room furnished apartment.
block off Packard, near'
St, at 812 Mary. 234

stantial; reasonable. Mrs. E.
Wood. 725 Haven Ave. 234
LOST
LOST-Sigma Tau Beta pin Friday
night near Union. Finder please
return'to RBox 65 Miihigin TDailv.

GARAGE-1 330 Wilmot, for rent.
Call 6306. 2

- - - - - - FOR SALE-Scotch Terrier; 14
NOTICE-If -your laundry de--______________
mands that proper home like nmonths;. male; champion puppy
care to insure the best wear.I arch Detroit show; house
Call 3916. broken;. . inoculated; . splendid
MOE LAUNDRY temperament; mascot balltem
204 North Main St. or stud dog. Best blood stream.
kC Box No. 101 Michigan Daily. 234
EMMA FISCHER CROSS-Piano
and, pipe organ teacher, formerly; FOR RENT
of School of Mvusic and extensive
study abroad, Studio 610 East FOR RENT-Two suites for mar-
Liberty St. Apt, 8. Phone 35661 red couple or for men students.
1, 2, 3 1 308 Thompson. Dial 6116. 1, 2, 3
FOR DINNERS AND TEA PARTIES FOR RENT-One double and one'
-Ben Lopez Trio, Classical musicf single room. One half block from
that always pleases. Phone 6681. 1 Intramural Bldg.. Rent reason-I
23 . able, Phone 8668, 921 Mary. 1, 2I
BUNDLE WASHINGS, Work guar- FOR RiENT-Upperclassman would
anteed. Phone 4524. 234 l ike a man to share a large room

FOR RENT-Suite for married cou-
ple or men students with light 12,3
housekeeping privileges if want- bOST-Golden wheel lighter, ivi-
ed. 921 Mary. Phone 8668. 23 tals E. A. C. Lost in Parrot at
ROOS--1 dube ad 1sii ,e. 90 Midnight Saturday. Return to
per semester. 1230 O)livia. Phone cagn ekGnrlLbay
224.24iReward. 1, 2, 3
-LOST-On campus September 23rd
THREE newhad ad chairs. a bowr knot, pin set with vrystals
Brown leather e &ihini, sub- and diamonds. Has large senti-

mental value. Owner will offer
generous reward. Phone 6617.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8
LOST-Black grip in front of Unioni
Saturady night. Call Chuck~
SWhite. 4418. Reward. 1, 2,
LOST-White gold Swiss watch~
with link bracelet. Probably be
tween corner of N. U. and State
Iand 1332 Geddes. Reward. Phoe
I3193. 1, 2, 3
LOST-Cuff link; fiat top; plalin
gold; E. A. H. engraved; gift from
m other; liberal reward; call
cadillac 3464. Detroit.

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(Continued From Page Nine) on first floor. Very reasonable.
ernofte asad h bgFOR SALE Call 425 South Division. 1, 2,3
series ifail from a. new e~- - RRN-agefotro
rPAW PAW GRAPES, grape j uice ORRN-agT-Lrefot oo,
perience for h-im. and potatoes. R. E. Wagner ort light° and pleasant with extra
call 9534 or 22413. 1, 2,3, 4, 5 dressing room and private lava
In N the hands of Gordon Coch-' - - --'Itory', double or single, 114 N. In-
raepractically rests the outcome FOP SALE-Wood-Wood- Wood. galls. -Phone 7437. 1, 21
of the series. This brilliant: re- R. E. Wagner. Phone 9534 or - - ______---___
ceiver, wonder man of the Atl, - i 22413.' 1, 2, 3,4, 5.6 BRIGHTP WARM ROOM - Either!
letics, is far > uperior to anythig- --u___ ________ single or double. Half block from1
the Cub 'have to offer unless it b e F 0 S A L E-Gray's Anatomy, Union; '511 Cheever Court. Dial'.
Gabby Hartnett, which is unlikely. i~hrcnTs ol fOeaie 53.24
It ;is a break of baseball the Chica --
go star will be kept on the bench
and that the Cubs will be ?orceclto-
string along. with Zach Taylor and
Mike Gonzales, both old timers, r_
The hurling saf are very HK ' -AVE Us:
nearly even, with 'both possess-k1E
ing the type of tw ik; calculat- Phone
ed to bother the o th er, Grove.'. K
is (better than arty other-left-
hander i'at ,which the Cubs i 1,have'40 1lIi\ u{ 40
looked, while Fareshaw shouldt
prove very effective againkst the me ! T
bevy of right handed batters t~a1Ii4 NI\\
that the Cub lineuip offers \t. iui1 11
Quinn, Rommnell and lEhnke, L --______
too, should fool the Cubbs.I
On the other hand, the Cubs will S E IL7D Y
pit f'our star righthanders against
Blkehe aleticushaRootgurng1Cash and Carry{
thke e tMletBusharootguangd en & Sus.
that Bush will be easy, just as the D,=Cla .
Cubs should like the offerings ofg M6n'8 Overcoats
Wleg.The others, however,fo Gete n Men's, Topco ats
shold llbe hard to beat. The o Get m nj
team- with the breaks will take the $.00O.
series, as other factors are prac-
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FOR SATURDAY'S GAME
(Continued From Page Nine)
At present these men are being
t through hard drills in offense
an attemnpt to match the,. fast
nning attac k which Mt. Pleasant
reputed to have, The Normai
ami showed well in their 2'1-6' de-
gat of the Detroit Tech outfit last
it'urday, and Coach Courtri ht is
ixious to defeat them,
Coach imi Miller of the 1933
eshmnan squad will bring his pro-
=ges over to the "B3" teamnfildc
is afternoon in order to give
jach Courtrighlt's men a ciiance,
btry ouit the plays whic~h they'
),se received. Athougah it wil bel
-y the second time that ytari-
Lgs have met Coach Miller pre- '
lets that his men W~14 furnish
1ety of trouble for the upper
assnien ,
After lookding his men over- Coach
ourtright stated that With a lot
bardi work his prospects ort turn-
Lg out -a wininig team again this
ason look-ed fairly good.

*<S** ~ Enoug]
tomuch is not
ti hard er~oug]
you've got to s
Coca-Cola con
there's always a c(
place around the cc
'where. And an"i+
Cola, with that deli
and cool after-sense
utent, leaves. no argu1e
when,- whee- andl
pause, and refresh your

ON t SOUL WfITH UT
A SINGLE THOUGT-r
TO PAUSE AND~
;FRESH -HIMSELF
AN4D NOT" EVEN A
GLANCE FROM
TM E STAG LINE
's enough and toos
tnecessary. Work
;h at anything and
top. That's where,
rea in. Happily,
Dol and cheerful
orner from any-
ice-cold Coca-
icious tastec
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nent about
how -to
ta, cam .
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""'The T ji'( That Always Pleases"
604 E. Toefnon

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"Apparel for Univ~ersity IIMen"
Del Prete welcomtes his ol and
rww f riend& to Michigan.

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1atmosphere is frankly masculine and altogether
Distinctive apparel for men is the keynote~.

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Mr. Del Prete personally buys everty fabric, et it f Or
durability and especially fits each garment for individual~ re-
quirements. Distinctive-style-right-durable - oderAte--
in-cost clothes are the results.
See the newest 1Michigan Alodels for Fall and Winter
1929-30 Now!

'The New Fall Colors

Are Oxford

Greys,

Black Hill Blues, and
Tobacco Browns

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108 years. .. that's a ripe old
age for anything... wines,
women or ginger ale!I It's
Browniing K~ing's age, too,
and we're inclined to be a
bit prou~d of it. We'll admit
Age alone isn't.,proof of any
pudding, but when you pull
in a few noble itraditions
you've really g'ot something.
W1nd w'e'll tell yoy why.
we're specialists/ Even sway
back. in t he merry 1I8201~
Browning King employed
men who k new their tailor-'
in... who got a great kick.
out of producing line work.
And today in a jazzing,
whoopee-ing 1929,: we're
still turning out mighty ine
clothes . not in the grand
mass production manner, of
course .. . but of -a quality
that gentlemen want and get
at Browning King's I
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T'1. 04 tt e3basel 14n, IsoprevaL.
rent an epewho wcrk i nside
M~u.day, theModemn physiciau pre-
-czbesbilrdlekro utho-hs
r eatm w isthe
And you needn't use valuable study
time to play the game. A spare half hour
can be turned to mighty gaod, advantage
inl our health "shop."

You'll be amtazed to see the fine f arics the kind that
hold their shap es and wear well---the price:-- are
$P35 to z!5O

with the spare trousers

Come .. t.an
Our Buauvick

NOW READY
Suits, Topcoats, O'coats, Corduroy Coats, Shirts, Ties,
Soxs, ,indeed everything for the well dressed mi-an,

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