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F'RIDAY, OCT013ER 24, 1930 Z,

THE MICT-IIGAN

DAILY

FACE SEVEN

OCTOB~Th 24, 1930 ~ THE MICHIGAN DAILY SiVEN
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WOLVES pILL RU N
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Captain Fitzgibbons Will Lead
Team Against Undefeated
Veteran Teachers.
HARDEST RUN OF YEAR
Campus followers will get their
first opportunity to see the Varsity
harriers in action here this after-
noon when they meet the unde-
feated Ypsilanti Normal team in
the first cross country run of the
season which is scheduled to start
Trom Ferry field at 4 o'clock.
The Ypsi harriers are rated as
one of the strongest teams in the
country, maintaining their record
of last season which they com-
pleted undefeated. Practically the
entire 1929 squad has returned for
the present season. This will be the,
most difficult meet of the season
for the Hoyt men.
Arnett is Star.
Among the galaxy of runners
that the Teachers boast is Arnett
who is the fastest man on the
team. He was the man who led
the Ypsi team last year in taking
the first five places from Michigan.
Supporting Arnett are Bauer and I
Seegar who are no mean runners.
It was these stars who aided the
team in swamping most competi-
tion last year.
Coach Hoyt has announced that
Capt. Fitzgibbons will lead a squad
of eight Varsity men against the
Ypsi stars. Included in the team
besides Fitzgibbons are Austin,
Wolfe, Howell, Hill, Feustal, Craw-
ford, and Bedenik. Austin is the
ranking runner in the Michigan
squad, although several of the
others are not far behind. The
squad has been practicing every
afternoon on the road and is in
good trim for the run.
Austin is Threat.
Austin is counted on to lead the
Varsity threat against the Ypsilanti
team, He took the time trials when
he was clocked on the cross coun-
try route. Wolfe and Howell were
second and third respectively. Capt.
Fitzgibbons is also one of the best
bets of the Varsity.
The run is scheduled to start at
4 o'clock in front of the grandstand
at Ferry Field. It will be run over
the new three-mile course which
Coach Hoyt has layed out, finishing
at the University golf course.

Rockne, Jr. Will Pilot
toys' Team in Contest
(By Associated Press)
LAWRENCE, Kans., Oct. 23.-
While Knute Rockne is sending
the Notre Dame eleven against
Pi t t tomorrow in Pittsburgh,
Knute Rockne, Jr., will be cap-
taining the P'embroke Midgets in
a game.at the University of Kan-
sas stadium.
Pembroke, a Kansas City Pre-
paratory school, will play the
South Side Midgets, another
Kansas City boy team where the
age limit is 13 and the maximum
weight allowed is 105 pounds.

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FRESHMAN SQUAD
HOLDS SCRIMMAGE
First String Men Again Oppose
Varsity as Rest Indulge
in Spirited Workout.
With the first string yearling
squad again showing Illinois plays
to the varsity, Coach Ray Fisher
divided the remainder of his grid-
ders into two squads and sent'
them against each other in a short
but spirited scrimmage. Good back-
field material of this year's fresh-
man squad is unusually scarce, and
their mentor had his eye especially
on the ball carriers during yester-
day's hostilities.
Outside of the first string team
the material is rather shy both on
experience and ability, and Fisher
is trying to separate the average
from the mediocre among the re-
maining players so as to be able
to present a freshman squad of at
least fair ability all around.
If the first year men that are
playing on the Physical Education
team could be combined with the
regular yearling squad that goes
against the varsity in practices the
result would probably be one of the
strongest freshman teams in recent
years.
Ratterman, Stinespring, Ever-
hardus, and Renner stand out
among the backs as being above
average with Keyes also showing
some ability despite fis handicap
of being small. Cantril and Austin
are promising linesmen.
Scrimmages such as yesterday's
will probably be in order from now
on at irregular intervals as this is
the best method Coach Fisher has
of determining the merits of the
large group of freshmen that are
more or less of an untested quan-
tity at the present time.

FILLS WOLVERINE Landis ssue- n
TACKLE POSITION 011.ay s
CHICAGO, Oat. 23.-Commission-
er K. M. Landis 'ihi ,r lay that e
no major lague i could draft al
lyer frog uone of i > baseball r
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N farmas. n
The} ruling was applied in the
case of the Brookyn club drafting=
Pitcher Jimmy Pattiso> from the;i
Macon South Atlantic League Club,
controlled by Brooklyn.
"The clubs can buy any players
before Sept. 15," said Landis, "but,
can not draft them Irom teams
controlled by them."
J AYV EES E£ T RAIN
;..1FOR ILI i GAME
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(Continued from Page 6)
" work tomorrow. Bovard and Justice.
-.are almost certain to be at the
.flanks, Jordan and Horvtz will get
the call at the tackle posts, Unger
and Parker are the likely starters
<y at guard, and Winston will be at
center, to complete the line. In the
!backfield, Kutsche wil call the sig-
Tom Samunals, Berkowitz will be at full, and
Who has earned a regular posi- Bremen and Coombe will take care
tion as tackle on the left side of of the halfback posts. Markely and
the Michigan Varsity line this sea- Brown are other backfield men who
son and who has contributed much will undoubtedly see plenty of serv-
toward the success of Kipke's war- ice before the game with the Illini
riors by his steady work. is over.

SIDELINE
CHATTER
(Continued from Page G)
experience, ana as such have
playeda enough so that thecy may--,
not by classed as new men. These
men, Useman, Etnyre., Hall, and
Schuktz in the backfield and Nuss-
pckle, Huenergardt, and Baily have
ll performed here and their work
s well known.

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Sr.ces of Past Illini-
-ichiganGrid Tilts

12, Illinois 5.
5, Illinois 0.
12, I'inois 0.
33, Illinis 0.
20, Illinois 0.
7, Illinois 29.
6, Illinois 7.
3, Illinois 0.
24, Illinois 0.
14, Illinois 39.
3. ,Illinois 0.
13, Illinois 0.
0, Il2inois 14.
3, Ilinois 0.
0, Illinois 14.
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Illinois will present one of
the fastest backfields here to-
morrow that will be seen al
year. Useman, who was just a
step behind Eddie Tolan in the
100 and 220 last spring, Etnyre,
a hurdkr on the Illinois track
teaa, Berry of fast year's
'reshn~ara t eamn, and Root o
was one of t faste*t mn n
the squad last season are -Al
elusive runners and sure to
gain ground through the Wolv-
erine defense.

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ADVERTISING
NOTIOU
ATTENTION, BOYS-Eight vacan-
cies for football game visitors.
Sleeping and breakfast $1.00.
Mrs. M. C. Palm, 342 E. Jeffer-
son. Phone 7716. 45
TABLE BOARD, $6.00 per week for
lunch and dinner, or $7.00 in-
cluding breakfast. Single meals
50c. Sunday dinner 75c. Also
double or single rooms to rent.
Mrs. M. C. Palm, 342 East Jeffer-
son. Phone 7716. 456
Will PARTY who took black leather
notebook by mistake at Swift's
Drug Store return it to the own-
er. Valuable only to owner. 234
A LADY returning to Chicago next
week wants companion to assist
in driving. References exchanged.
Phone 3052 234
GRAPE JUICE-Made of sweet
Concord grapes. Phone 6826.
ROOMS AND BOARD for men,
either students or faculty. Prices
reasonable. 825 E. University.
Phone 4973. 134,

MONROE a ln
I orner Monroe and Oaln

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Your Neighborhood Restaurant

Dinner

40c and 50c

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Broadlt Cand

WANTED

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During Those College Days .... . 40
Fraternity en and
Sorority Women wear their Crested Rings
Carry a complete line of all Fraternity and Sorority Jewelry
Burr, atterson Auld o.',
603 Church Street(

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814 South State Street Phone 6868

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WANTED-Student to sell novelty
football souveners on game days.
Call Browne or Crow. Phone
6317. 45
STUDENT WANTED WITH CAR-
a night. Good pay. Call after 9
evening or Sunday. 529 Walnut.
4
BOYS W A N T E D-To sell
Michigan Daily extras this
Saturday. Call 2-1214. 345
BY YOUNG WOMAN position as
private secretary on campus. Ex-
cellent preparation and refer-
ences, thorough experience. Ad-
dress box 142. 234
WANTED-Students bundle wash-
ing. All socks darned free. Will
call for and deliver. Call 2-3365.
3456123
FOR RENT
ONE double room and one suite.
Clean and comfortable. One
half block north of University 11-
brary. 220 5. Ingalls. 4
Five nights a week. Two hours
SUNNY rooms including apart-
ment. Steam heat, shower, soft
water, garage. Dial 8544. 422 E.
Washington. 456
FOR RENT-7 room house; twelve
minute walk from campus on
Bus line and one-half block from
Eberbach School and one and
one-half block from Tappan
Junior High. Two-car garage;
rent reasonable. Ready for oc-
cupancy. Phone owner 23440.
2204 Packard Rd.
FOR RENT-3 Nice single rooms.
$3.50 per week. Well heated. 944
Greenwood. 234
NEW 6-room unfurnished apart-
ment just outside of town. Sun
parlor, enclosed sun porch, ga-
rage, soft water, electrical refrig-
eration, electric stove, laundry
tubs. $50. -Call 6509 during the
day. 2X
FOR SALE
TWO TICKETS for Illinois game;
good seats; regular price. Call
John Staudt, 6017. 3-4
GRAPES-Grape juice, California
grape juice and sweet cider. Call
9534. 6-12345
LOST
LOST-Pearl necklace. Tuesday
night. Finder return to box 146.
Reward. 4
LOST-Last week-broach - topas
set in oxidized gold. Reward.
Phone 3089. 34
YOUNG POLICE DOG - Fox-like
face, white chops. Finder hold
and call 23243. 234
LOST-Pol. Science Text, Ogg. and
Ray. Call E. Kightlinger, 6017.
Substantial reward.

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Not all Thos. Heath
Overcoats are costly.
Some are
$50

generous allotment of overcoats -but of course there are
never too matey Thos. Heath Clothes to be had. We hope
that nobody will be disappointed; for we are aware of the
old sayiag tha: "a Thos. Heath overcoat is the only thing
a Thos. Heath addict will wear over a Thos. Heath suit."
(This may be mere prejudice-or on the other hand it may
have something to do with so much hand work, personal
supervision, and everlasting fussing with details.)

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THOS. HEATH CLOTHES MAY BE PURCHASED ON THE
WILD & CO. BUDGET PLAN.
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