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September 28, 1937 - Image 14

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The Michigan Daily, 1937-09-28

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER

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Versatile Stark Ritchie CombinesI
Grid Activities With Economics"

prefers a steak at Davenport's to'
about anything else in the line of
eating.
Next to football, he likes to playI
golf. Just a beginner, he scores ini
the 90's. After golf he likes basket-
ball but as a spectator. And that
isn't hard to understand, when you
remember that he added basketball'
and baseball numerals to football asl
a freshman.I
He admits that football interferes
with studying quite a bit, partly be-
cause of the fact that most of the*
players are pretty tired by the end
of a good afternoon workout and too'
sleepy to study very well in the eve-
ninK.

Gedeon Called CFastest
Man For Size In Country'
"Fastest man for his size in the'
country" Fielding H. Yost calls Elmer
Gedeon, junior end candidate or
Michigan's 1937 football squad.
Weighing 193, standing six-feet
three. Gedeon ran the 120-yard high(
hurdles in :15.1 while at West High,J
Cleveland.
Nephew of an American League
immortal, however, Gedeon prefers!
baseball and added a diamond letter
to his gridiron award last year.
RULE OUT SLEEPER
Minnesota has made several rule
changes in its high school football {
play this fall, the most important
having to do with the elimination of
the sleeper play.

"Inside" Stuff On Gridders "Leaks"

"Call me Bronco" said Fred Janke Most colorful member of Michi-
as he was shifted from tackle to full- gan's 1937 grid squad is piano-legged&
back in what appeared to be a tem- Hercules Renda, halfback candidate
porary experiment on the 1937 Mich- from Jochin. W. Va., "just four hills
igan grid squad. And as the 206- from Wheeling.,
pound Jackson husky continues to Making up in spirit what he lacks
develop and the shift becomes more
permanent, it's "Bronco" he remains in stature, Hercules' given name is
to his teammates. not a misnomer, his coaches insist.

Golf and football is not a common
combination, but Bill Barclay, senior
from Flint and ranking quarterback
on Michigan grid teams for the.past
two years, has combined them as suc-
cessfully as any collegiate star in the
country.j
Quarter-finalist in the national
collegiate golf meet as a sophomore,

early favorite.
Typewriters Rider's
Pens - Pencils 302
Student Supplies South State

O ut ill scent to the smi-finals of the
1937 tourney after sp'..inging the
meet's biggest upset by trimming
Willie Turnesa of Holy Cross, an

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Toasted Sandwiches

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FOUNTAIN SERVICE
LIGHT LUNCHES
BETSY ROSS, JOHNSTON'S, and
GILBERT CANDIES
We pack, wrap and mail.
The
Betsy Ross Shop
13-15 Nickels Arcade
WE DELIVER DIAL 5931

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HOME COOKED FOOD
Mrs. Hampton's Famous
SOUTH ERN FRIED
CHICKEN
-served every Sunday 12:30 to 2:30
and Daily 5:30 to 7:30

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GOOD FOOD FOR
EVERY MEAL
Mrs. Hampton
605 Forest

TRY OUR
DELICIOUS STEAKS

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Tea Room
Phone 2-3836

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K - \j Brand

Society Brand
Clothes
Suits, $35 to $50
Topcoats, $35 to $45
RITZ SHIRTS
FAULTLESS
PAJAMAS
ALLEN-A
UNDERWEAR
INTERWOVEN
HOSIERY
PARIS
Garters, Suspenders

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* We have wired for additional ship-
ments.of books - they will be in stock

via QUICKEST

TRANSPORTATION

and at NO EXTRA COST TO YOU.

You will

be sure of getting

ALL-

"temporarily-out-of-stock" books as
fast as is humanly possible.
MORE BOOKS ARE "ON THE WAY"

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Your

Books

Today

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HICKOK Suspenders, Belts, Buckles
STETSON and LA SALLE Hats

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Stadel &

Walker

336 South State Street

Phone 3814

First National Building

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* Remember!

You may look (to your heart's con-

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Lead the Parade for Fall, 19 :3 7!

tent) without making a single purchase.
* We enjoy comparisions for quality and correctly
styled men's apparel at such reasonable prices.

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