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Every effort will be made by Ohio
State athletic authorities to take care'
of Michigan's requests for tickets for
the game at Columbus next fall, Di-
rector St. John has assured Coach
Fielding H. Yost. This assurance was
given Coach Yost after he asked for
15,000 tickets instead of the 10,000 or-
iginally requested.
The demand by Michigan followers
for seats is already so large that the
Athletic association feels that the
larger number will be necessary, if
everyone is to be satisfied. It is the
coach's opinion that everyone of the
15.000 will be utilized unless some
unexpected contingency upsets every-
thing.
The decision to ask for more was
reached by Yost when he recently
opened a stack of letters which ranged
in their ticket demand from two to
blocks of a 100. These latter requests
are coming from alumni organiza-
tions, clubs, and alumni who wish to
attend in a body.
Besides the larger number who will
be going from Ann Arbor on the day
of the game, Coach Yost expects
thousands to attend 'from Detroit and
other cities throughout the state. The
game at Columbus in the latter part of
October will be the occasion of Ohio
State's new $1,500,000 stadium dedica-
tion.
From Te 1ench-
The '09 class band of four pieces
made nearly as much noise as the
Varsity band and, between the two
there was music most of the time,
VanBoven was back in his old time
form of cominrg through in the pinch-
es. It was his hit to the right of first
base that brought in the tying run in
the ninth inning. Several Conference
teams can tell about other times he
.did the same thing. lIe stole home in
the eighth and caught Blott and El-
liott sound asleep.
Frank Bowerman, the mar of the
game, demonstrated that he still is
a real ball player. k Knode tried to
take advantage of him in the sixth
and steal third. He was thrown out.
Kipke, too took to much of a load in
the next inning and was caught off
the base.
McCallister the umpire used to
coach heAie. He played several years
Follow Greater Michigan with The
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for the White Sox and it is said that
he played almost every position from
catcher to outfielder.
Utley, the first alumni pitcher kept
the Varsity pretty well in hand until
the sixth when Blott hit a three bag-
ger, Elliott a home run bdt was called
.out for not touching second basb, and
Uteritz hit another home run. Both
he and Davidson who went in in them
eighth did not look like old timers.
Perrin had a big day at the plate.
Five times he batted and got two sin-
gles, two doubles, and a walk. No one
on ~either team approached this.

46 issues-The Summer Michigan
Daily-46 issues.-Adv.
Featuring the Commencement
Monday's Daily.-Adv.

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Typewriters of standard makes sold
and rented. 0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels'
Arcade.-Adv.

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Maroeliing Maniouring
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CONFERENCE GOLF
MEET NEXT WEEK
Michigan has entered a team in the
Intercollegiate Conference Golf cham-
pionship which will be played Tues-
day, Wednesday, and Thursday of next
week at the Midlothian Country club,
Blue Island, Illinois. Teams from
many of the Conference schools are
entered but the Wolverines will have
their strongest competition in Chicago
who defeated them earlier in the year.
The first day of the tournament will
consist of each team of four men play-
ing 36 holes of medal play to determ-
ine the team championship. This is
also to qualify 16 of the best players
for the individual title. On Wednesday
there will be two rounds of natch
,play and on Thursday the semi-finals
and finals will be played off.
Four men make up the team, which
is the'same that has played in all
the dual matches with one exception.
Steketee will be unable to go because
he is graduating and his place will
be taken by Slaughter. Winters will
play number one and captain the
team and Smith and Loeb will be the
other two members.
The championships this year are
under the supervision of the Univer-
sity of-Chicago. The Midlothian club
course is situated near Chicago.
Former Faculty Man Married
Word has been received here of the
recent marriage ,of James Ambrose
Moyer, former assistant professor in
the Engineering college in the Uni-
versity, to Miss Dorothy Tremble, of
New York City.
Mr. Moyer is at present director of
the University extension department
of the Massachusetts board of educa-
tion,
The "write" gift. A box of station-
ery from 0. D. Morrill's, 17 Nickels'
Arcade.-Adv.
Watch the gbuilding program with
The Summer Daily.-Adv.
46 issues-The Summer Michigan
Daily--46 issues.-Adv.

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FROM HERE BOYS?
Wherever you go you wil
be better off mentally and
physically, after a game
of Pocket or Carom
Billiards'

ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
SOUTHBOUND NORTHBOUND
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Daily.
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$ Sunday only.
Convenient and dependable connections at Toledo with all lines
diverging. Northbound trains connect with Grand Trunk, M. C., P. M.,
and G. R. & I. for all principal destinations in lower and upper penin-
sula of Michigan.
TRY IT ON YOUR NEXT TRIP
H. A. MILLS,
COMMERCIAL AGENT,
Ann Arbor, Mich.

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LAST TIME TODAY
CEORGE MELFORD'S production
"The Woman Who Walked Alone"
With Milton Sills Wanda Hawley Dorothy Dalton Chas. Ogle
Other Good Features

Outing
Sport or City Wear

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Sunday- Betty Compon-Tom Moore in "Over the Border"

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Continuous
2-11 P. M.

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LAST TIME TODAY
Pauline Fredrick in "The Lure of Jade"
STARTING SUNDAY

LAST TIMES TONIGHT
The Great Racing Romantic Comedy!
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in a Delightful
Comedy
Supported by
Niles Weloh
and
George Fawcett

Johnny Hines

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COLUMN
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AT 3 P.M.

LASSIFIEOTHIS
CLOSES
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

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MISCELLANEOUS
NATIONAL Municipal Bond House has
opening for college graduate who
desires to enter financial field. Ade-
quate compensation and training
given. State full particulars. Write
Box C. C., care of Summer Daily. 1-2
A PEN purchased of Rider the Pen
Specialist, is worth double. The most
reliable pens plus service (satisfac-
tion) which is of equal value. Your-
name, embossed free on every pen
purchased. Rider's Pen Shops. 2-3
GRADUATION Gifts-A Rider "Mast-
erpen" or an "Eversharp" set;. con-
stant reminders of the giver. Back-
ed by Rider's guarantee and serv-
ice by Rider's Pen Shop, 308 S.
State. 2-3
TYPEWRITERS of standard makes'
bought, sold, rented, cleaned and re-
paired. 0. D. Moriill, 17 Nickels'
Arcade.
BUY YOUR Fountain Pen from 0. D.'
Morrill, 17 Nickels' Arcade, and
have your name embossed free of
charge.
FOUND-That I can get skilled work
and quick service at Rider's Pen
Shop. 2-3
FOR RENT
FOR RENT - Doctor's and Dentist's
suite of offices-splendid location in
large eastern Detroit section, prac-
tically unprotected by neighborhood
physician. No dentist in section con-
taining 8,000 people. Beautiful of-
fices in new corner building. R. M.
Bates, care of American State Bank,
Detroit. 1-3
FOR RENT- Two apartments-two
and three rooms; newly decorated
front suite and parlor. 2581-R.502
N. State. 1-3

WANTED
WANTED-In the past we have em-
ployed college men in our factory
during the summer vacation. We are
prepared to offer positions as as-
semblers and machife operators to
fifty qualified college men for the
present summer. Apply either in
person or by letter stating qualifica-
tions to C. M. Dotterrer, Supervisor,
of Labor, Paige-Detroit Motor Car
Co., Detroit. 2-3
WANTED-I want a real live civil en-
gineering student that wants to
take off his coat and go to work and
learn the construction business from
the contractor's end. Must be back-
ed by substantial cash capital. Ad-
dress,-Box S. S., care Daily. 1-3
WANTED-25 boys to sell Daily Ex-
tras, Saturday and Monday. Report
Saturday at 7 a. m. at the Press
building.
WANTED- To buy two commence-
ment tickets. Buck. 2382-W. 2
WANTED--To buy canoe. Call 683-R.
1-2
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Law Graduates, Atten-
tion! Library including Michigan
reports, Digest, Compiled Laws, U.
S. Reports, and several standard
works on different branches of law.
This is a bargain for some one.
Books will be sold cheap to close an
estate. Grand Rapids Trust Co.,
Grand Rapids' Mich. 1-2
FOR SALE-One Vulcanizer and Mot-
or with Lathe attachment, all in
first class condition. Suitable for
use in Dental Laboratory. Edsill's
Rexall Drug Store. 208 S. Main St.
1-2

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T ;..N DETROIfg - 25c to $1.00
THS WtE.n
THIS WEEK une'" "HONORS ARE EVEN"

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invites the Alumni
and visitors to try its
home baked foods in
their cafeteria.
508 East William St.

Thirteenth Annual Season---Seventh Week
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