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The Wolverine, 1914-08-20

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T H E W O LV E R I NE

ALL ROADS LEAD TO POP'S
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And a lot of pep;
Will treat you right,
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So after yolt fiuishi the "fuss" or a "llop,"
Follow 'th'etsirx'li's:'
AlL ttOADS LEAt)D'1 TO POP'S.

IT'S THE
STUDENTS' SUPPLY STORE
WHO HAS TIIF
Morse's and Gilbert's Candy Kodak Supplies
Stationery, Pound Paper Cigars
Everything a Student Needs. Phone us. We deliver the Goods
1111 So. University Ave. Phone 1331-J

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Repairing of Eye Glasses a
Specialty
LENSES DUPLICATED
FINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING
Haller Jewelry Co.
Telephone 534 308 South State Street

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'Y" EMPLOYMENT B'UREAU HAS
tEN FOR SEPTEMBER JOBS
Few jobs have been turned in re-
cently at the University Y. M. C. A.
employment bureau, which has 15 un-
employed students on its waiting list.
Not more than two odd jobs were
handed in to the secretary in his office
at Newberry hall yesterday and today.
PLAN' MOVIES FOR WELCOME
OF FRESHmEN IN "Y" TENT
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Catmas to Be Twice Size of Last
Year's; Booths fo Other
Organizations
Fall work of the University Y. M. C.
A. begins with the erection of a large
tent September 20, on the corner of
State and Washington streets, for wel-
coming and aidintg students coming to
the university.
Th tett which is ht least twice as
large as that used last year will It
50x70 feet, and will cover the entire
lot adjacent to the "Y's" temporary
quarters on south State street. In the
tent will be booths for registration,
hand books, refreshments, rooming
and boarding lists, checking, member-
ship, and "matrimony." Any other
university organization is invited to
put ip a booth in the tent.
Movies will be shown continuously
in one part of the tent. "Who's Who,"
and "What's What at Michigan," which
will feature the films, will show cam-
pus activities of last year, and the
campus "big" men of the 1914-'15
school year.
The work has already begun, since
orders for equipment and letters to
prospective freshmen have been sent
out. Phil Lovejoy, '16, who is at the
head of the entire work, counts on 50
students to help him in the work at
the tent.
August Sale Campus Bootery. Any
Gent's Oxfords in store $3.90, formerly
$5.00, $5.50 and $6.00. tf
Work until October for live men
selling a t farmer's necessity, that is
now making Ann Arbor students $14.00
per day in that field. If you want
such work address C. J. Treimel, 444
S. State St., Ann Arbor, at once. 24
August Sate Campus Bootery-Any
Gents Oxfords in store $3.98, formerly
$5.00, $5.50 and $6.00. tf
Phone 416 We dehler your drugs
Kodaks and supplies at Calkins. tf
Electric fixtures for sale. Inquire
at University Music House, Press
building, Maynard St. tf
August Special
Sales Include
Men's Furnishings
Women's Summer
Shoes
Wash Goods
White Goods
Summer Dresses
Undermuslins

CALL SOUNDED
FOR GATHERING
OF 1914 TEAM
(Continued from page 1.)
let, Bastian, McNamara and Bushnell.
Galt weighs 165 pounds, is fast and
will be a pretty teammate alongside of
"Jimmy" Craig and in all probability
will hold down his position for this
season
Hughitt seems to be the people's
choice at quarter and will encounter
no difficulty in maintaining his posi-
tion. Hughitt weighs 145 pounds and
is considered the best quarterback
Yost has had since the days of "Bossym
Weeks. Hughitt had no difficulty in
running the team last year.
In Meade, contenders for the full
back position, will find a valiant op-
ponent. Meade weighs 180 pounds and
is fast. He is a good punter and a
veritable bull in offensive play. Meade
distinguished himself in the Vanderbilt
victory last year, and had it not been
for a broken ankle would have won
his "M." Benton is also a candidate
for the rear guard. His weight is 190
pounds and he is all muscle. He has
it over Meade in passing and in weight
but does not show consistent head-
work which is essential for a backfield
candidate. Both Meade and Benton
are good punters and passers. While
their work in these lines is not up to
the standard of Splawn, the new can-
didate, they are stronger line plungers
than the lanky man. Yost, however,
believes that a star punter and drop
kicker will be more valuable this sea-
WILLIAM D COCHRAN.
son than a line plunger, and it is
probable that Splawn will fill a reg-
ular berth with Meade and Benton as
understudies.
Catlett weighs 160 pounds and is
also a candidate for halfback against
Gait. He won his "" last season, is
fast but shows a susceptibility to be-
come injured. He will probably be
used as a substitute.
Bastian is also a contender for a
halfback p o s i t i on. He weighs
170 pounds. He showed signs of worth
in the Vanderbilt game as a plunger
and place kicker but easily gets con-
fused on the signals. McNamara, an
All-Fresh man of last season, weighs
175 pounds. He is a good line plunger
and fights hard. He has not had suffi-
cient experience, however, to make
himself formidable for a regular berth
at half. With the last three men as
valuable substitutes and Maulbetsch
and Galt as regulars, the Halfback po-
sitions seem to be well taken care of.
Bushnell will be on the ground
again this fall competing for quar-
terback position. The young Cleve-
lander has it over Hughitt in weight
but has not the ability of a field gener-
al which Hughitt possesses. Bushnell
and Huebel, brother of the 1912 quar-

terback will fight it out between them-
selves for substitute preference in case
Hughitt is taken from the field.
Line Material Is Plentiful
So much for the backfield. As for
the line, there is an abundance of ma-
terial from which to develop a work-
ing machine.
Capt. Raynsford will hold down the
other tackle position, although his
regular position is at end. Last year
he played at end and defensive full-
back and proved a valuable man at
both positions. He weighs 180 pounds,
is aggressive, uses a cool head consis-
tently and is a hard fighter in adver-
sity. Raynsford is one of those foot-
ball specimens found in every team of
any note, the kind which does not
grasp at sensationalism but rather
paves the way for the ground gainers,
a steady consistent and essential cog
in the machine.
McHale, a veteran tackle who was
one of the cogs in the macliine which
Craig and Pontius made famous, is
still on the job and seems certain of
his position for the coming season.
ie weighs 230 pounds during the sum-
mer but plays best around 210. Mc-
Hale was ineligible one year and is
thereby given another year of grace
on the team. He played at right tackle
the first year and alternated at left
guard and left tackle last season. Al-
though the big tackle is to undergo an
operation in the university hospital
because of injuries received last fall,
he will be in shape for the gridiron
test.
Lyons, the Smoky City 185 pounder
is sure of an end job. ie is probably
the best line plunger of the Stan Wells
type that Yost has had in years. He
gained more ground for the Wolver-
ines last year than any man excepting
Craig and Galt. Lyons is one of the
grounding irons around which Yost
expects to build his team.
The other end position will likely
receive James as a regular. James is
one of the veterans left and weighs
180 pounds. He will have a strong
contender in Staats, however, who was
on the scrub lineup last year and was
transferred to varsity caliber too late
to get in the games. Staats weighs
185 pounds and has more latent ability
than James, yet less experience and
knowledge of the game.
Cochran, one of the veterans, will
capture a sure berth as one of the
guards, while the other one will be
fought for by Millard, Reiman, Skin-
ner, Watson, Wood and Quail. Cochran
weighs 215 pounds when in fighting
shape and was substitute to Alimen-
dinger last year. The passing of the
old star leaves the place to Cochran.
Millard weighs 200 pounds and gained
experience on the scrub lineup last
year. Reiman is 6 feet 1 inch in
height. and weighs 195 pounds.
Watson weighs 180 pounds and has
been hardening up all summer at man-
ual labor. Watson did not make his
"M" last year. He is contemplating
an operation for acute appendicitis
and if physicians decide this to be nec-
essary he will not be able to play this
fall.
A new line of furniture coverings
such as tapestries velours and vel-
vets arrived. Estimates cheerfully sub-
mitted for this work.
MARTIN HALLER,
Furniture, Carpets, Draperies
Calkins Pharmacy for drugs. tf.

The New Catalogue
OF THE
University of Michigan
IS NOW READY
Complete Information concerning seven departments
Collegiate, Engineering, Medicine,
Law, Pharmacy, Hom eopathy,
Dentistry and the Graduate Depart-
ment and the Summer Session.
Special Courses in Forestry, Newpaper
Work, Landscape Design, Higher Commercial
Education, including Railway Administration
and Insurance, Architecture, Conservation
Engineering, Pedagogy (affiliated with Ann
Arbor Schools for Observation Study), and a
course for those preparing for the scientific
administration of departments of sanitation
and public health.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announcement. or
Individual Information, address
SHIRLEY W. SMITH
Secretary university A N N A R B O R

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