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SUNDAY, AUGUST 14, 1927
WOLVERINE FOOTBALL SQUAD WILL
REPORT FOR PRACTICE NEXT MONTH
(Continued from Page One) liam Puckolwartz. Rich was expect-
tain Bob Brown two years ago. He' ed to be an outstanding player last
took last year off to get his studies year because of his freshman work.
in shape and to please the faculty. His attempt to analyze play too close-
Ray Cragin, a Massachusetts boy, and ly, and to play with his mind before
John Schoenfield, from Oklahoma, he did the same with his feet, de.
were on the squad last year, Schoen- tracted from his possibilities. Coaches
field getting into play several times. have expressed the opinion that he
When on the squad two years ago will be a player of greater dash this
Thisted recived some training at the year and of less concentration, a fac-

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN' DAILY

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tackle position, and if the center job
is out of his reach, he might be avail-
able there.
Three Quarterbacks Ready
Three lettermen are available for the
quarterback post, one that is left wide
open by the absence of the great
Bennie Friedman. Vic Domhoff, To-
ledo, was substitute and understudy
to Friedman one year, and was outj
with injuries one year. James F.
Miller, jr., Adrian, has played at
quarter and at half in occasional'
games for two years, while Leo Hoff-
mai came very close to being a regu-
lar at halfback the latter part of the
season. Domhoff looked good the lat-
ter aprt of. the season, especially in

tor whicn may make his 180 pounds
more than serviceable.
Paul Cook is the only non-letter-
man halfback on the squad who will
return this year, according to reports
to date.
The position of fullback is without
any of the candidates of a year ago,
but the return of Fred Fuller to the
squad gives the position a candidate
who has won a letter. Fuller and
Gilbert fought it out for the kicking
job on the Michigan team when each
were sophomores and there was lit-
tle to choose between them as kickers.
Fuller's return will give Michigan
another kicker, something badly need-
ed on the squad last year.

the Wisconsin game. B ANNOUNCES
Last year the pre-season specula- I BOAANJ
tion was that Michigan might have NEW EXAMINATION
a running attack again, and the at--
tack subsequently failed to revelop. Examinations for architects are an-
Some of the lettermen who made this nounced for September 12, 13 and 14
speculation possible are back, and at the University, by the Michigan
with the year's experiknce may again State Board of Examiners for the
be suspected of possibilities of carry- Registration of Architects, Engineers
ing the ball,. and Surveyors.
Gilbert is the regular of the half- Application blanks and full infor-
backs returning. Other lettermen mation may be obtained by writing to
listed as halfbacks are Grenwald, the office of the Board, 1043 Book
George Rich, Sam Babcock, and Wil- Building, Detroit.

Sink Gives Concert" CUBS ARE IN FIRST I
OF BETTER H IT TI)
Schedule For Year
(By Associated Press)
CgCHICAGO, Aug. 13.-Chicago's Cubs,
(Coninue frm Pae On) iare as good as "in" MangrJeIc
Extra oCncert series Oct. 28. Neither , nager Joe Mc.
have been heard peviously in Ann Ar- 1 Carthy declares, because their hitting
bor, but many students and residents asoon the upgrade after hovering
fromherehear thm lat spingaround the .270 mark as a team aver-
from here heard them last spring age all season. For most of the sea-
when the company was in Detroit,
where Miss Raisa sang the leading son the Cubs have led the league in
fielding accuracy, but today they are
roles in the "Jewels of the Madonna,"
1 still 2 onsblwtePrtsi
and "Aida." She is -a Russian Pole, itin20 points below the Pirates in
and fled at the time of the Kiev mas- Seng o
sacre to Italy. She studied there and hers if the .300 ass of the
'was heard by Campanini, who 46 hitters in the .300 class of the
was head b CapanniwhNational League but only one has;
brought her to this country for the i
Chicago Opera. Mr. Rimini is an been able to break into the first ten
Italian, and first sang professionally leaders, Riggs Stephenson. The Pi-
at Milan.gprrates have eight batters in the .300
at iln y udivision and for many weeks three of
The Flonzaley Quartet, includingI
Adolfo Betti, Alfred Pochon, Nicholas the Pittsburghers have been grouped
Moldavan, and Ivan d'Archambeau, at the very top.
Moldvan an Ivn (IArcambau, Today these three Pirates, Paul1
have been engaged for Nov. 21. They Tay Joe Hra Cle Ban-
have been widely recognized as a Waner, Joe Harris and Clyde Barn- 4
haver eng widrelr mrecogn yas. ahart, are farther in front than ever
string quartet for more than 20 years. with the field, led by Frankie Frisch,
Detroit Symphony To Play rm1 o5 oit eo hm
Ossip Gabrilowitsch, pianist and from 1, to 50 points below them. I
Ossi GarilwitchpiaistandBrother Lloyd Wanter also holds hisI
conductor, will bring the Detroit Sym-
phony orchestra to Hill auditorium1 own in the first ten, ranking ninth
or a concert Dec. 12. This organiza- Royal Academy of Music, in London,
tion has appeared here on 26 previous and is noted for her "forcefulness,
occasions, and are therefore well combined with the ability to preserve',
known to Ann Arbor audiences. t the musical beauty of her tone
The St. Olaf Lutheran Choir will through all the mazes of technical in-
return for its second appearance here tricacy."
Jan. 26. It is maintained by the St. Tickets applications can be made
Olaf college, at Northfield, Minnesoota, at any time, according to the office of
and has toured the country for more the School of Music. Prices for the
than a decade, under the direction of) series are as follows: Choral Union,I
F. Melius Christensen. six concerts, $5.50, $6.00 and $7.00;#
Myra Hess, the "phenomenal Eng- 'Extra Concert Series, five concerts,
ish pianiste," will close the Extra $3.00, $4.00, and $5.000. Applications
Concert series with her Ann Arbor by mail should be accompanied by 17
debut, Feb. 13. She is a fellow of the cents for registered mail.j
ENJOY A REAL VACATION!
Visit Detroit and
PUT-I N-BAY
Both picturesque and historical is beautiful Put-In-Bay.
Here abounds interest for young and old. There is bathing,
dancing, sailing, mysterious caves, picnic groves and
Perry's monugnent beneath which the dust of heroes lies.
The palatial steamer Put-In-Bay leaves the foot of First St.
(Detroit) daily at 9 a.m. returning at 8
p.m. R. T. fares: $1.00 week days. $1.50
Sundays. Steamer runs thru to San-
dusky daily making connections with
12 Cedar Point Ferry. Thru to Cleveland
via Put-In-Bay.

PLACE BECAUSE
VG, SAYS M'CARTHY
in averages compiled today, including
Wednesday's games.
Frisch slumped 13 points after his
challenge last week to break up the
Pirate trio the rest of the first ten
skidded with him, while Paul Waner
led his mates into higher ground.
Frisch also failed to add any stolen
bases but his mark of 31 is still nine
better than Hendrick of Brooklyn, the
runner up.!
Two victories this week for Larry;
Benton of the Giants have put himl
at the top among the National League
pitchers, with ten victories to three
defeats. The two Pirates, Meadows
and Hill, who held the lead so long,
are now second and fourth. Jess
Haines of the Cardinals is third, but
Charlie Root of the Cubs leads Haines
by three victories, Root added his 19th
and 20th this week.
Leading National League hitters
are: P. Waner, Pittsburgh, .391;
Harris, Pittsburgh, .379; Barnhart,
Pittsburgh, .366; Frisch, St. Louis,
.353; Harper, New York, .350; Ste-
phenson, Chicago, .345; Hornsby, Newt
York, .344; Hafey, St. Louis, .341; L.
Waner, Pittsburgh, .334; IHendrick,
Brooklyn, .332.

CLASSIFIED ADS.
FOR RENT-Upper duplex five rooms,
bath, sleeping porch; garage if de-
sired. 905 orest Ave. Phone 6137.
41, 41, 43
NOTICE--Driving North After School?
Will gladly share expenses, furnish
company, and help drive. Home
near Cheyboygan. Phone or write
Box 198 and I will see you personal-
ly. 41, 42, 43.
WANTED-To rent suite for two for
next college year, near campus. Ad-
dress box 199. 42, 43
WANTED-Furnished house-Two re-
fined women would like small fur-
nished house for school year. Three
sleeping rooms; modest rent. Phone
6047.
LOST Between Chemistry building
and gymnasium, a pair of horn
rimmed glasses in black case open-
ing at end. Finder please return to
room 160 Chemistry building.
WANTED-Passenger to share ex-
pense driving trough to New York
City, starting Aug. 20. Phone Uni-
versity 125.
NOTICE-Teacher driving to Denver
August 29, will take three passeng-
ers. Phone 7731.

;nAS'fl f 11RAE
Sunday Monday
RIN TIN TIN
in
"HERO OF THE BIG SNOWS"

NOTICE-Am driving from Detroit to
St. Louis about Sept. 5. Have room
for one passenger. Call Allen,
2-2464.

Also
Felix and Snookums
Tuesday: Johnnie Walker in ISubscrbe For The
"Held by The Law"
RAE KAE , Michigan Weekly

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And they lived happily ever
afterwards!

The most true-to-life racing story ever filmed.
Thrilling drama of a jockey who thought he lost his
nerve and a girl who knew he didn't-set to the
thudding hoofbeats of Kentucky thoroughbreds!

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Perry Monument
Drive to Detroit and
enjoy the
DANCING
MOONLIGHTS
Leave Detroit 8:45 pan.
Return 11:30 p.,im.
Fare: Wednesday and
Thursday, 60c.
Saturday,Sunday and
Holidays, 75c.

* CEDAR POINT
On Fridays a special excursion is run
to Cedar Point. Steamer stops one hour
Sundays. With its huge hotels, electric
park, magnificent bathing beach and
board-walk it can rightfully be called
the Atlantic City of the West.

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