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(By Harry B. G:_undy) S. From the indications given in
spring practice the Indiana mentor
Big Ten Captains has high hopes of having the first Con-'
If all of the Big Ten football cap- ference team to come home with the
tains for the coming year could be Crimson's scalp.
gotten together on one team, they Sundt to Captain Wisconsin
would not need many extra players Wisconsin will be led this year by
to form a well balanced eleven. Near- Fullback Guy Sundt. Sundt was a
ly every position on the team is'rep- sensation on the Badger eleven last
resented by the leader of some Con- year. Su'ndt- is a line plunger, and
ference football squad. Not only is a capable kicker also. According to
there a great diversity of positions some critics Sundt is a more valuable
represented by these captains, but in fullback than CrangIe, the Illini
most instances the leaders rate among' giant, because the Wisconsin man is
the best in the West in their respec- more versatile. In many ways Sundt'
tive positions. is similar to Steketee. Both men have

IGHT

- 7:30 and'9:00

Cotmmunications
Editor, The Wolverine:
I am glad to see that The Wolverine
has come out flatly and clearly against
the unjust prices charged by State
street dealers. It is the only spokes-
man of the students, and if it neglects
to champion their cause the students
have no recourse. I would not say,
that The Wolverine should be hasty
nor rash, but we do need sane,
straightforward investigation like this.
In my opinion the next field in which
The Wolverine can be of service is in
regard to. the high prices of food-
both in boarding houses and restaur-
ants. I think the prices there are en-
tirely too high.
V. E. CROSSLEY, '21L.
Editor, The Wolverine:
I am enclosing a card received from
the Porto Rico chapter of the alumni
of the Universidad de Michigan. It may
interest the student body to know that
probabl* the only alumni body thatf
amounts to anything in Porto Rico, is
the alumni of the University of Mich-
igan-a very active group.
The enclosed card announces a re-
union for July 24. The most import-
ant men in the island are Michigan
men, e.g., Act. Gov. Benedicto Barbosa,

who is leader of the Republican
and probably the most importai
there, and the leading physicia
from Ann Arbor.
S. PAUL EPSTEIN,
SECRETARY SmITH TO LEA
FOR TWO WEEKS' VAC.
Secretary 'Shirley W. Smith
Mrs. Smith leave Friday morni
a two weeks' visit with PrE
Marion L. Burton and Mrs.
at Cass lake, lyinnesota. The
go by way of Houghton and the
stopping over for a few days
proceeding to Cass lake.
Use Wolverine want ads. They
results.-Adv.

and 93
st News - Orchestra
TURDAY

Duke Dunne
. Duke Dunne will lead Michigan's
gridiron machine from guard. Dunne
C has had three years of college compe-
tition under Yost, and is one of the,
most capable guards in the Middle
West. Duke is a fighter front start tO
finish, and' can play nearly any line
position. He was started at end,
where he played a stellar game for
two years until h6 was shifted to al
guard position. At guard Duke broke
Eup many of the opposing teams'
plays. .

educated toes and are fast. It will
be interesting to see these men in ac-
tion when Michigan meets Wisconsin.
Illinois will be led by Halfback
Laurie Walquist. Rumor has it, how-
ever, that the Indian captain may di-
rect his team from the quarterback
position this year unless some of the
sophomores are groomed to fill the
vacancy left by Fletcher.. Walquist
has demonstrated his ability to carry
the ball and his headwork has 'made
him a likely selection for quarter in
case Zuppke's youngsters fail to per-
form properly.

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McGuire at Chicago
it Chicago, Charles McGuire will
run the Maroon team from a tackle
position. McGuire was, with Jackson,
ine of the main cogs in the great de-1
fense which the Midway team pre-
sented last year. With a team lacking
any high class offensive players,
Stagg devoted his whole time to de-
veloping a strong defense. In the
construction of this defense, which
was always in evidence, McGuire earn-
ed the recognition which has marked
him as one of the leading tackles.
Hathaway a Center
Jack Hathaway, who starred at cen-
ter last season for Northwestern, will
be captain of the Purple. Although
not as brilliant as some other centers
in the Conference, Hathaway has gain-.
ed the wholesome respect of all of the
opposing teams because of hard
steady playing. He was one the play-.
ers who was instrumental in the ini-
tial downfall of Minnesota last year
when the odds all favored the big
Gopher team.
Teeberg Leads Gophers
At Minnesota / Dr. Williams will
have Laurence Teeberg at tackle to
lead the Gophers in 'their comeback
which is planned for this year. Tee-
berg played a neat game last fall, but
due to injury and ineligibility the
Minnesota eleven, doped to finish
high, failed to win a single Confer-
ence contest.- With Teeerg back, to-
gether with a large- squad who have
cleared up all scholastic difficulties,
D-r. Williams should develop a real
contender this fall.
Purdue under its new coach, 'Wil-
liam Dietz, and with Zeb Carman at
tackle for its leader, should .exper-
ence a more successful season than it
has for the past few years. Under
Coach Scanlon, the Boilermakers were
unable to break into the Conference
winning column.. With a new coach
and an abundance of material the Old
Gold and Black is optimistic over its
chances fors1921.
M~yers ellads Buekey"s
Ohio State, last year's champions,
will be led by Captain Truck Myers
from the end position. Myers is the
player who, in the last second play
against Illinois, pulled down the pass
that resulted in a touchdown and a
championship for the Buckeyes last
fall. If Dr. Wilce again builds his of-
fense upon the pass, Myers will be a
marked player in the contests -this
year.
Devine Pilot at Iowa
Aubery Devine, All-western quarter
on Eckersall's team, will lead the
Iowa eleven this year, from the quar-
te'back position. Devine is a brilliant
all around player. He can carry the
ball and is deadly accurate with a
pass. Coach Howard Jones will have
enough veterans back to be certain of
a powerful eleven. The vHawkeyes
will . clash with Notre Dame Oct. 8,
and a week later meet Zuppke's men
at Iowa City.
Inidiana university will have s its
football captain John Kyle, fullback.
Coach Stiehm is placing much con-
fidence in his backfield for the com-
ing year and Kyle is slated to play a
major part in its success. The Hoo-
sier eleven will journey to Cam-
bridge for a game with Harvard Oct.

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---- HAVE YOU SEEN
" THE JUVENILE FOLLIES?
IT'S A DELIGHTFUL LITTLE ACT WITH A CAST OF FIFTEEN CLEVER CHILDREN
THREE MORE DAYS - - THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDA
IN ADDITION IN ADDITION
-SUSSUE HAYAKAWA ELAINE HAMMERSTEINl
in "BLACK ROSES" in "7The MIRACLE of MANHATTAI
Last Time Today Friday - Saturday
MVIATIINEEEVENING
Adults - 30c Lo'er Floor 5(
Children - 15c Balcony - 3(

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A nnouncing the Arrival of

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and So. State St.

in the Famous Dorothy Dodd .flake
Madamoiselle will find in our new Fall shoes models that
smart, fashionable, serviceable, trim and neat. Our new Fall oxfc
are Dorothy Dodd make and are custom grade. They combine s
and comfort and are priced from $9.50 up.

THiS
COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P. M

Gun .Metal Oxfords
Gun Metal is again a favorite
leather for fall wear. Made up
with an outside vamp strap, med-
ium round toes, perforated toe
caps, with saw-tooth edges, and
a low sport heel, they make an
exceptionally attractive shoe for
street wear as well as semi-dress.

Chestnut Calf Oxfo
Radio - lace oxfords in c
nut brown, with low sport
medium round toe and
stitching on toe cap and v
they offer- madamoiselle an
shoe for general all round
This -model is especially a
ed to wear with woolen
hose.

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the student who found
pencil marked D. F. L.
municate with Box 232,
h.- 16

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