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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2 , 1'30T

THE MICHIGAN

D A I Y

HOYT ILL C6HOOE
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Choice Rests Between Feustal
and Fitzgibbons to Fill
Wolverine Entry.

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AUSTIN MUST BEAT LEAS
With five members of the six-
man squad definitely picked for
the trip to Urbana for the Western
Conference cross country meet,
Coach Hoyt winds up practice to-
day with the selection of his sixth
man. The entire squad with the
exception of Captain Fitzgibbons
is in good shape and will enter the
meet with hopes to place some-
where in the first division.
The fleet Austin, who has won
over three conference teams, and
his running mates Wolfe, Howell,
Hill, and Crawford are sure to go
to Urbana. The remaining choice
lies between Feustal, who has
showed nothing exceptional up to
last week when he beat Crawford,
and stocky little Fitzgibbons, who
will have to prove to the coach
that he has recovered from his in-
jury before he will be allowed to
make the trip with the Wolverines.
The Indiana Harriers stack up as
the best aggregation in the confer-
ence meet right now. They have
slammed Ohio and swamped their
osther" opponents, and Leas, their
star runner, looks the best of the
probable winners. Wisconsin ranks
about next as a team with several
good men with potential power.
Letts of the Chicago squad looks
fair among the individual har-
riers and may come in with the
first flight pacers.
Michigan has a strong threat for
th~e first man acro,,s the tape in
her lanky star Austin who has
downed all but the Hoosier leader,
Leas. If he keeps up his stride he
may outrun the others and take
the honors, Howell and Wolfe have
look~ed good also and should be in
the first ten men.
The Wolverines will leave here
by auto Friday morning and go to
Milan where they will take the Wa-
bash to Urbana, arriving about six
tomorrow evening. They will have
no' time to° try the course though
as the meet is scheduled to be run
off at 10:30 Saturday morning.
YEARLINGS BOW
TO PHYSICAL EDS.
Everhardus, Smith, Petoskey
Score Touchdowns.
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downed. Once more the yearling
line stiffened however, and they
took over the ball on downs.
The Physical Eds. secured the
oval on their opponent's 25-yard
line from where, on a fake pWao
kick formation, Fay threw a Pass
to Petoskey that was good for an-
other touchdown. Fay made the
attempt for the extra point good.
The game ended with the bail ir±
the yearling's posses ion in mid-
field..
Petoskey, Fay, Kowalak, a n d
Rock stood out for the winners
while Austin, Stinespring, and Ber-
nard were prominent figures in the
loser's plays.

ALL-FROSH-CROSS COUNTRY (volleyball game Tuesday night in
N. Alix won the All-Frosh cross the Intramural bilding.
country meet Tuesday afternoon
over the new Varsity course in the HANDBALL
time of 15:57. The first 13 men of .Psi Upsilon made Tuesday eve-
the 21 participants will receive ning a banner evening by defeat-
numerals. Coach Hornberger will ing Sigma Alpha Epsilon m three
give 10 numerals to the first 10 straight handball games. Phi Beta
men and the Intramural depart- Pi also registered a win by winning
ment will give the next three men from Phi Sigma Delta, two games
numerals. Those placing in the first to one.
10 were: N. Alix, Tickson.I McManus,
Aley, Pick, Todd) Younger, Lrme,' PREPARE DEFENSE
Rollins, and McAdam. The Intra- FOR CHICAGO TILT
mural department will award num -
erals to Geller, Horton, and Harris, (
Good running weather aided trie; (Continued From Page 0)
meet to be close, tough team for the Wolverine3 Co)
___beat.
ALL-CAMPUS CRSS COUNTRY Not all of the thrills of the se .-
The All-Campus cross country son are over as yet it seems as new
meet will be run over the new plays and formations are worked
Varsity course at 4:1 today. More out on Ferry Field. With the ad-
tansity mse ae register toy Mrn vent of the Midway team Michigan
than 1.2 men are registered to 'ruin may revert to the old running
this meet, under the direction of game and prove t oheir entire
Coach Johnstone. Numerals and protat the ere
Medals will bo~given to the winners, offense it not based on the over- i
sghhead route. Grooming the back-
-field and strengthening the line
VOLLEYBALL I.Kipke has developed a smooth
Psi Upsilon defea-ted Alpha Chi I plunging attack that will greet the
~ho, two games to one in a close'Maioons on their own ground.
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A New Achievement
in
Ove rcoats
Here is something that you have never been
able to buy beforc at sach a low price-the
finest overcoats-Chesterfields, Uriversity
coats, Ragl ans, double b'e szd-at this low
price.
$3350
Ever Popula r
ar Blu Suits
Dark blue has always been a favorite but its
popularity is growing more rapidly than ever.
Add to this the fact that its &he first time in
fifteen years that a Hart Schaffner & Marx
label could go in a suit at so low a price and
you'll rant one.
Conlna.nWGtherbe
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THURSDAY-Special supper 50c
every evening. Forest Inn. 3C
NOTICE-If the person who ab-
sconded with the Morrison and
Commager history book which
was left in Daily Business office
will return said book to afore-
mentioned office no questions
will be asked. Owner flunked
blue book in course yesterday.
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9087.
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Imortant eh
Prices Sharply Reduced on or Finest Impote
SUITING - - FABRICS
Frankly, the sale of popular-priced clothes has been so unusually heavy this season, that
our woolen department advises us that their stock of the finer grades of imported and
domestic suiting fabrics is too heavy and must be reduced before inventory.
We have decided to pass this reduction on to our patrons and friends and help to dis-
pose of at least a part of these finer woolens.
So Here is the Good News
Finest Imported Worsteds $78.00 grade New Price 63.75, Saving $14.25
Imported Worsteds $75.00 grade New Price $61.00 Saving $14.00
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Now is your chance. These fabrics will not last long at the above reduction prices.
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