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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

You can get those Neolin Soles / The Kemfp Music Studio: Piano, "THE GAME THAT
t on at Paul's Place. 611 E. Wil- Organ, Voice Culture. 312 S. Division
6m while you wait.--Adv. St. Phone 212-J.-Adv. Chicago
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Tomorrow and Thursday Zimmerman, 3b ... 0
October 17th and 18th Fletcher, s. s......0,
with Samples of Ready-made Clothing Robertson, r. f.... 0
Furnishings, Hats and Shoes Holke, lb .......... 0
for Fall Rariden, c......... 1
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,fl troiters, and on the line will be found
Hendrian, a member of the Detroit
DETROIT GAME beCentral high team thatrtook the state
T championship two years ago. UCVR
Although Coach Duffy's Detroiters
have looked good in the practice ses-
sions, they have had but one chance, BADE, BUMPUS,I
M. A. C. Expected to Be a Cinch Com- so far this year, to prove their caliber SON EMERGE
pared with University of De- against opposition. Early in the sea- IN PRELI
troit Game Tomorrow son they gave Toledo university a
145-0 beating, but this game could Although the con
U. OF D. GE TS IN FIVE WEEKS' hardly be called a real test of their yesterday, the all-c
. O ETSIA FVE HANVAET caliber, as" the Toledo eleven was nament opened wi
MORE PRACTICE THAN VARSITY notoriously weak in the defense, with and hotly contest
Hanish, Former Backman, to Make a light line and a back field hardly defeated Shambau
Debut at Right End Position; worth considering.B
Debu at ightEnd ositon; Hanish, slated to take right end in Bumpus outclassc
Culver to Talk Center the game with Mount Union on Sat- straight sets 6-1,
ga tU_-eliminated by Shie
"Wednesday's game with the U. of urday, will assume this position to- Harrison put Prath
morrow. Joe was kept from the game ning in three fast sE
D. is going to be a harder scrap than with the Ohio team on his physician's n thee
that with M. A. C.." stated Coach Yost advice, having developed symptoms of Many of the men
yesterday. pneumnia.roetomtkeren
pneuoni. Getzwill tk leften up and some fast p
Judging from what the Detroit ag- to start, and Ward Culver will take t ad f p
gregation has been showing up in the the center job. Goodsell and Fortune staged. Of the ol
last few 'weeks of the season, the will in all probability take the guard bert and Bartz se
coach's prediction bears out the opin- jobs, with Boyd and Weske as tackles. best advantage so
ions of more than one Michigan man. In the back field will be seen Cohn tion, and so a pre
With five weeks' more practice than and Froemke as halves, and Wieman ,p
Michigan's eleven has been able to at his customary would be somewha
get, the city team is reputed to be The Varsity will appear tomorrow a men, Angell,
exceptionally well drilled. in brand new uniforms, but numbers Frlsowing tseabl
Big, Bill Edwards, ex-'18,and a will not be assigned the players until Following is a 1
member of the 1918 All-fresh squad, the M. A. C. game on Saturday. to play. These i
will play in the backfield for the De- played by Wednesd
faulted. Each ma
SCRE FlRNINRnREPORT with his name: B
(16); Sutton vs.
Tritchler (231) vs
FOR lfCROSS-lOlUlTlYf RUlFitzpatrick (1963-w
(2149) vs. Humme
(23-J) vs. Malon
BOB MEEHAN, OUT OF HOSPITAL, (1540) vs. Goorin
APPEARS FOR FIRST TIME Marshall (319); B
YESTERDAY vs. Friedman (1384
vs. Batty (1016);
Coach Farrell had a squad of 20 Sullivan (189); T
men out for cross country practice Bye; Patterson (
yesterday afternoon. Twelve Varsity (2359); Steketee (
hill-and-dalers and eight freshmen put (638); Bade (319)
in an appearance. Mr. Hamer reque
Bob Meehan, who was in the Uni- ly upon finishing t
versity hospital with an infected post the scores on
throat, got into a running suit for the intramural building
e first time yesterday. Bob is a veteran The schedule for
cross country runner and is one of may be played at a
.0 un40Steve's trumps this year. The Wol- is as follows: Tril
y n verines have the conference teams to vs. Shields and M
clothes compete with in 1917 and a strong Suffit vs. Hamer a
team is neede if Michigan expects to and Babcock vs. St
team is needed if Michigan expects to Bartz and Egbert
collegiates. Red Donnelley, Tom Johnson; Shambau
Maynard, Stohl, Langley, Cuthbert, vs. winner of Ti
(Continued on Page Six) Shields, Munz mat
lect the latest
and are as-
acquainted

TOURNEY
REAL TALENT
DRAPER, HARRI.
VICTORIOUS
MINARIES
urts were still soft
campus tennis tour-
th some very fast
ed matches. Bade
igh 6-3, 8-6, ,5-7.
ed Mutchler in
6-3. Draper was
elds 6-1, 6-2, while
her out of the run-
ets 6-4, 4-6, 6-4.
who expect to play
r were out warming
practice games were'
A men Hamer, Eg-
em to show up to
far, although not
e been seen in ac-
diction at this time
t far-flung. Of the
Munz and Bumpus
est brand of tennis.
ist of the men yet
matches must be
Lay night or be de-
n's phone appears
Bowers vs. Bradley
Reindel (2144-J);
s. Thomas (2217);
W) vs. Bye; Fischer
er (188); Ketchum
ey . (820-J); Carl
(369-M); Popp vs.
Brunquist (2317-R)
); Rudine (1739-3)
Lagetiff (231) vs.
owler (1119-J) vs.
(357) vs. Babcock
319) vs. Kabociuski
vs. Harrison (906).
ests that immediate-
the match, the men
n the board in the
g.
r the doubles, which
ny convenient time,
tschler and Keough
Kunz; Lagetiff and
nd Harrison; Batty
ek ee and Prather;
vs. Hummer and
ugh and Borinstein
rritschler, Keough-
ch.

The
ALLEN'S
clothing needs of d
men for Fall, with t
in, Ann Arbor.
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Fall

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stand ne
discrimin
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Lines
~ady to meet dh
ating men and
t array of good

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