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September 30, 1916 - Image 6

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.Page Six

THF, MICHIGAN DAILY

September 30, 1916

Page Si~ THI~ MICHIGAN DAILY September 30, 1916

SQUAD .QKS iKE REAL
oLD Ā§TTLIK, PHALANX
(Continued from page 3)
"Maulie' is hitting the line in the
style rot . won him his title of the
"German Bullet" and "Pat" Smith
is out-Patting himself. Raymond,
Sparks and "Morrie" Dunne are
the iieiy punters and the choice
is exceedingly close.
For' the pilot position Sparks and
Zieger both look good. While
Sparks has been playing regularly
with the Varsity squad, Zieger is
putting up the game of his life with
the scrubs.
Peach and "Morrie" Dunne are
playing the regular end positions.
Niemann seems the logical man for
center with Willard as strong sub-
stitute. "Fritz" Rehor is at pres-
ent banting and bucking at left
guard. Weske is a strong possi-
bility for the right tackle berth.
Wymann has been playing both
in the backfield and on the line and
looks equally good to the eye of
the campus in either. Several other

CHURCHES
A. W. Stalker will preach on "Be-
ginnings" at the Methodist church.
Services at 10:30 o'clock.
At the Presbyterian church
Leonard A. Barrett will preach on
"What Makes Life Worth Living"
at 10:30 o'clock.
Lloyd C. Douglas at the Con-
gregational church will have for
his topic "New Starts in Life."
Services at' r0 :30 o'clock.
In the evening at 7:30 o'clock
A. W. Stalker will talk on the
"Forces that Make or Mar" in the
Methodist church.
Sarah Benhardt Will Return
Paris, Sept. 3o.-Sarah Bernhardt
will sail for the United States to-
day.
men from last year's All-fresh team
are out affording everybody plenty
of 'competition.
The squad received signals Thurs-
day morning. Every coach from
Fielding H. Yost down is wearing
a smile these days and the campus
is smiling with them.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Monday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock,
second edition of the "Miniature
Daily" will come off the press.
All sophomores wishing to work on
the business staff of the Michigan
Daily please report-at once to the
business manger at the Daily offi-
ces in The Ann Arbor Press
building on Maynard street.
The Gargoyle editor desires all men
who wish to try out for that
sheet to meet him in the Gargoyle
offices in the Press building, Thurs-
day afternoon, Oct. 4th, between 3
and 5 o'clock.
Find Bremen Life Preserver
Boston, Sept. 3o.-A life preserv-
er bearing the name "Bremen." has
been picked up off Cape Elizabeth,
Maine, near Portland, ccording to
information received there tonight.
Recent dispatches from Berlin ad-
mit that the undersea merchantman
Bremen is a week overdue at a
United States port.

I

SEN1D
SN DAILY
TO THE
FOLKS BACK HOME

$3.00

Maled Anywhere Ira
the Valted Stmites
ovrea~e

$3.00

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