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THE MTCHTGAN DATLY

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Orders

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Tickets

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TILT IS OFFICIALLY
SET (ON OQTOBER 8
Board Turns Down All But One
of 300 Orders for Purple
Contest at Ann Arbor.
An order for 20,000 tickets, the
grea est ever made by a visiting

Leaves Iowa Staff
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team, was received here yesterday.-.
from Northwestern University for I
the Michgan-Nbrthwestern football
game. At the same time the BoardC
in Control of Athletics officially'
sanctioned the contest, removing.
the last ban. $-'1
Although 300 orders have already edPressPho
arrived for the game, displaying .Associateoto
the great amount of interest shown
in it, even before it was officially cBurton rn heapastseveefootball
agreed upon, only the record- cocortepatsvn years at"
Smashing request from the Purple the University of Iowa, who ,resign-
school will be regarded. The other ed last week from that position. At
orders will not be accepted, it was the outset of his career, Ingwerson
stated yesterday. ,I was very successful but after the
Is Largest Order. school had been banned from con-
,phenomenal order is d ferencecompetition for a year, his
The ,resteer made- stock dropped and since their re-
clared to be the largest ever made instatement Hawkeye elevens have
for agame by the visiting school been weak.
in the histoiry of the Conference. been___weak___
The definite scheduling of the
game for Saturday, October 8, in HOYT OPTIMISTIC
the Michigan stadium, means' that ABOUT MILE TEAM
the annual contest between the
Wolverines and Michigan State will Varsity track. coach. "Chuck"I
tob sted ahead one week to Oc- Hoyt feels confident that he is go-
This shift will give the Maize- ing to have the best mile relay,
and-Blue eleven one of the hard- team in Michigan's history during
est schedules it has ever faced, it the coming campaign. The reason
being forced to play Michigan State, fr imi mpaig.Tprasyn
Northwestern and Ohio State on for this optimism lies primarily in
three successive, Saturdays. the fact that fours veterans are re-
First Meeting Since '25. turning, namely Russell, Glading,
Michigan has not met a Wildcat Ecknovich and Allen.
squad since 1925, the year that the In a trial run held Saturday, Rus-
Purple eleven won an upsetting 3 I
to 2 victory in a sea of mud. Since sell, Glading and Allen finished in
that time both teams have always a bunch in the excellent time of
been strong contenders for the 52.4 for the 440. If Hoyt had been
title which they have shared for willipg to let Russel and Allen ex-
th asther decision of the Board in tend themselves he feels that they
yesterday's meeting affected the could easily have done 51 flat.
yestrdays metin affctedthe Another promising candidate was
free presentation of tickets to stu- added to the track roster yester-
dents in the Michigan high schools. day when Bill Marshall, freshman
The practice, in vogue for several star of four years ago, who has
yeas, illbe roped extyea, Ibeen out of school since, reported
but is to be resumed in 1933. The Ito Hoyt Marshall is a shotputter.
reason given for temporary aban- e t
doning the practice is that all of his first feig he tossed the metal
the home contests on the schedule sphere 41_feet.
will be of major importance, the
opening, game being that with
Michigan State.ISPEC
Swirming Team Wins Water So
First Meet of Year FERTILIZERS FOR YOUR

WOLVERINE CAGERS~
HAVE LIGHT ORItLL
Cappon Lays Stress on Attacki
in Practice on Offensive r
Floor Play.
With no game in sight until next
Saturday night when the Mount
Union cagers come to Ann Arbor,
the Wolverine Varsity court men
were given but a light workcut last
night while Coach Cappon was giv-
ing most of the reserve material
plenty of activity in a snappy prac-
tice game.
A team of Blues made up of Eve-
land and Kimball at the forwards
and Wisert at center made the Reds
look pretty weak on defense when
it came to underbasket shots. Wis-
ert, especially, put on a good per-
formance in retrieving the ball
under the net. The lanky center
candidate has plenty of possibili-
ties, but is not sure enough of his
ability as yet. Boden and Tessmer
were in the guard berths for the
Blues, playing opposite Petoskey
and Hudson of the Reds. McDon-
ald and Renner with Allen at the
pivot post made up the remainder
of the-Reds' team.
After the Michigan State game
last Saturday, Coach Cappon is
stressing his offensive play which
appeared all too uncertain despite
the scoring results. He said yester-
day that the W'olves' attack was
the weak factor thus far and pro-
I ceeded to improve this by sending
the Varsity through a stiff work-
out on offensive floor play. The
squad is in great condition for early
season play and has developed a
defense which has proved most ef-
fective in both the Western St'ate
and Michigan State games, hold-
ing the latter team to a lone count-
er from the floor.

Yearlings Threaten
Varsity M41at Honors
in Today's Matchess

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SEXTET WIL [PLAY
WESTERN ONTARIO

Wrestling is in order this after-
noon and the proteges of Coaches
Keen and Kelly will furnish plenty
of action in the opening matches
of the University mat tourney. The
meet will continue for three days
with a strong Freshman squad;
threatening Varsity honors in1
grappling.
Rubin, freshman, will push Tex-
ira, Varsity, in the 118 class, andI
Hirata of the Varsity will be ad-
vancing his development from Jiu
Jitsu in the same weight. At 125
pounds Koplin and Sutta are the
best freshmen to press Oakley and
Harlow of Keen's squad, and prom-
ise a real mat show.
Woodward, yearling, and Helli-
well, Varsity, hold the edge in the
135 class while Williams, Gravelle,
and Horner of the Varsity squad
will have to work hard with Land-
wher and the possibilities of Paine
and Grigsby. Mosier of Keen's men
stands practically alone in the 155
class but his teammate, Ponto, has
a strong opponent in Duxbury of
IKelly's group. Wilkuski, Varsity,
will not wrestle due to a shoulder
injury received Friday.
Have Strong Bets.
Kelly offers Hildebrand and Wal-
ters as a strong bet to meet Ode-
seff and Frisk at 175 pounds and
will count on O'Brien and Smithto
hold Spoden and Conover of the
Varsity in place in the heavies.
Conover, Ponto and Mosier of the
favored grapplers in this meet are
local products, and should' each
pick up a couple decisions. The
freshman strength this year will
make the show unusually interest-
ing

Michigan Puckmen to Face Sec- I
and Major Foe of Season
on Thursday.
Western Ontario will meet Michi-
gan's puck team Thursday on the
Coliseum ice. The visitors will pre-
sent a stronger team than that
which split the series with Michi-
gan last year.
Broke Even Last Year.
Last season the Wolverines con-
quered them on thq Coliesum rink,,
4 to 2, but dropped the second
match in an overtime, 2 to 1. This
year's team is stronger derensively
and offensively, reports from West-
ern Ontario show.
Coach Lowrey sent his team
through a hard practice last night
in an effort to bolster the offense.
David has been more or less of a,
disappointment at the wing posi-
tion so far this season and Joe
Frumkes may get the starting call
in his place.
Three sophomore defensemen are
staging a great race for the two
defense positions. Chapman seems
to have the edge on all the others
but Porte and McCollum are about
equal. This race has shown rapid
improvement in the team's chanc-
es for this year, as each sophomore
has had to fight for a position.
Captain Tompkins is called best
goalie in American college circles
today and he has made an unusu-
ally large numbers of saves in the
games so far this season.

Now that the last echoes of, the !Georgia. Georgia, defea
Eastern 1931 grid season have died lane and Southern Cal
away with the final gun of the tra- an exceptionally fine s
ditional Army-Navy contest played sidering her tough sche
Saturday at the Polo Grounds con- ern California's crushi
stituents of the various elevens will emClfri' rsi
commence the long winter's argu- tory over the Southe
ment on the merits of the various never have been score
teams. Home towns will be verit- been at the peak of c
able battlegrounds during the hol- The South's Stro
idays, with people from widely dis,. Tulane was undoub
t r i b u t e d universities presenting Squth's strongest tear
their conflicting opinions on the choice of the Green
past season. fend the prestige of E
Army among East's Best. ball seems the only
As the last manifestation of the However, Southern Ca
Eastern post-season football sched- go into the Rose Bowl
ule, the Army-Navy game present- team once defeated, w
ed little in the way of a surprise over its undefeated adv
to experienced spectators. Under the South.
the playing conditions that prevail- The outcome of the B
ed, Army had a fair chance to dem- tle this year will pro
onstrate the brilliant running and m a n y heated word
passing attack which gave it a vic- Michigan, Northwester
tory over Notre Dame. Army was due men get together o
undoubtedly one of the finest teams days. Northwestern wv
of the East, but was defeated by downhill from the se
Harvard and tied by Yale. until the Wildcats met
Yale had a successful season, de- post-season defeat at
feating some strong teams, but go- of a steadily improv.
ing down before the onslaught of eleven.

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Chrstina

Cards
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Greatly Reduced
Fares for Student
Travel By .
Pennsylvania
Railroad
Round trip tickets will be
sold at the one way fare,
to certain, destinations.
Good in coaches only.

We hav a large and cf
assortmnt to ; meet
needs of everybody.
now while the selectio
best.

Gifts for Him
Interwoven Socks
35c, $1.00
Gloves Pajanias
$1.50, $5.00
$3.00 for two Sh-ts
$2.00 for two Ties
Walk a few Steps and
Save Dollars.
Young Men's Clothes Shop'
116 East Liberty Street

5c
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15c
20c
25c
35c
5Oc

cards
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Michigan's swimming team open-
ed the season last Saturday by de-
feating the Toledo Y. M. C. A. in a
close snatch 22 to 20. Drysdale, Le-
mak and Schmieler neared the 300
,yard medley relay record in win-
ning the event. The free style relay'
team, of Marcus, Kennedy, Fenske
and Sanborn won their event in the
good time of 1:16. The team dis-
played much promise.

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SUPPLIES
CHEMICALS
DRUG
SPECIALTIES
SUNDRIES

EBERBACH

Brush and Comb Set... . .$2.50
Ash Receiver ............. $1.00
Cigarette Boxes........... $1.50
Ties. $1.00 and $1.50
Shirts...........$1.00 to $3.00
Hose. .........50c and 75c
Hickok Belts . $1.00 to $3.50
Hickok Suspenders........,$1.00
Suede Coats ........$7.95
Sweaters.......$2.95 and $3.95
Belt and Buckle Set .. . . $1.50
Handkerchiefs..... ....25c
Robes Silk ..... . ........$5.00
Robes Flannel ............$8.50
Garters by Hickok ...........50c
Pajamas...... ...$1.50 to $3.00
Mufflers, Silk $1.50 to $3.00
Shirts and Shorts, Set..$1.00
Leather Braces ........ ...$1.00
All of these gifts are boxed in
attractive holiday boxes.
Why go home shabby?
Wear one of our Suits
or Overcoats.
At Sale Price
$28.50
Values to $45
213 East Liberty

Good returning until Jan. 7
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Are Really Essential
Garments
No young man's ward-
robe is complete without
at least two robes. A
Flannel one for comfort
and lounging.
A silk one which needs
but little space for travgl-
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Ensembles of contrasting
pajamas and robes make a
very interesting gift, and a
very beautiful one.
Flannel Robes
$8-$1O-$15
Silk Robes

Robes
Silk and Flannel
Really smart patterns,
stripes and plain colors
in all wool flannel.
Beautiful silks, hand-
somely trimmed and
lined in blues, greens,
reds, and browns.
$4.95 to $10.00

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Pajamas
F in e broadcloths

IN HILL AUDITORIUM

in

Choral Union Series

plain colors, designs and
stripes. Middie, collar,
coat and lapel styles to
pick from.

Tuesday, Dec. 15-8:15

$l.3b to $3.00

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