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CASEO

GRIDIRON GOSSIP

F.
Clinthorne

L.H.
Folk

"Century Market"
213 NORTH MAIN STREET
PHONE 1091
Credit to Organizations
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Grid Men Show
Average Minds
In lMen tal,,Test
According to mental tests given at
the University of Indiana it was found
that the average intelligence of mem-
bers of the football squad was above
that of other students.
That "football sense" is distinct
from mere intelligence was also shown
by the tests. Men who were rated the
highest on the examination were fou'n'd
to not be the best football' players on
the team, nor do they learn the signals
the quickest and easiest. More- first
string .men are found in the median
than in the highest group.
P .A R C E11
DELIVERY
TELEPHONE
2700
TRUNKS
'N EVERY'HING

Intramural Items'
' Drawings in the All-campus doubles
tournament are announced as follows:
Snider, 1615, and Hicks, 2943-M, vs.
Tracey and Tracey, 503 Monroe; Klein,
1366, and Hodgman, vs. Briggs, 544-W,
and Hill; Wright, 2121-R, and partner,
vs. Upjohn and Smock, 2034-R; Pat-
terson, 1205-W, and Handford, 2142,
vs. Freedman and Witty, 751-W; Pingle
and Pingle, 2106-R, vs. Dunakin, 63,
and Zook; Jerome, 1167-R, and Stein-
er, 937-M, vs. Crance, 2480-W, and part-
ner; Shaw and Barber, 1070-W, vs.
Seitz, 726-W, and Proutt, 2485-M;
Workman and Stevens, 2738, vs.
Kresge and Roth, 371; Rork, 956-M,
and Segal, vs. Hames, 343, and Rohan;
Appel, 2034-R, and Bower, 374, vs.
Moore and Ogden, 1399; Randall and
Merner, 355, vs. Clark and .Stone, 355;
Neely and Goldberg, 354-J, vs. Scully
and Birks, 1322-R; Ornstein, 1236-J,
and Appel, 1104, vs. Hirt and Skinner,
1925-R; Schaefer and Nichols, 1490-W,
Weyand and Henderson, 1460; Light-
body and Moore, 1505, vs. Sanchez and
Gregory, 1366; Rgason and Crumit,
1484, vs. Kelly, 694, and Matsuda.
Being a customer is the only quali-
fication necessary for you to see the
Wisconsin game at our expense. Ar-
cade Barber Shop.-Adv.

CONFERENCE GAMES TODAY
Every eleven in the Western Con-
ference will swing into action this aft-
ernoon when the referees' whistle
blows from the Harvard stadium to
the Gophers' gridiron at Minnesota.
Chicago and Purdue, Northwestern
and Minnesota are the Big Ten teams
which meet to decide the Conference
percentage column.
Intersectional Game at Cambridge
Indiana meets Harvard at Cambridge
in the first big intersectional game of
the season. Coach Steihm's men are
all fit -for the task of being the first
middle-western university to make the
highly touted Harvard gridiron ma-
chine bow. At all hazards, the Crim-
son is certain to be victorious, as Crim-
son is worn by both Harvard and In-
diana, and the game will be contested
between the Crimson of Harvard and
the Crimson of the Hoosiers, unless a
change is made in the traditional jer-
seys to avoid confusion. Indiana Is
conceded an outside chance to win, but
will have to play better football than
they have thus far, if they are to down
Fisher's eleven. The odds seem to fav-
or Harvard and with the advantage of
playing at home, they should defeat
Indiana.
Chicago Favored Over Purdue
Chicago and Purdue meet on Stagg
field in their traditional struggle
which should result in an easy victory
for the Maroons. The play of the
Boilermakers against the Little
Giants from Wabash last week, was
disappointing to every Purdue fan who
was expectinggreat things from "Lone
Star" Deitz, the new Purdue mentor.
Against the Boilermakers will be the
Maroon machine which crushed North-
western 41 to 0 last week.
Coach Stagg is taking no chances
with Purdue and is polishing up his at-
tack for the fray which will be the last
encounter the Midway men will play in
before they meet Princeton on the
Tigers' gridiron, Oct. 22.
Minnesota Meets Northwestern
Minnesota will entertain Coach Mc-
Devitt's men from Northwestern. The
Gophers with Arnold Oss in the back-
field are doped to start their Confer-
ence season with an easy win, for the
Purple has shown nothing this year
which promises a victory against the
Gophers' charging with their famed
shift. For Minnesota, Oss, Martineau,
Gilstad, and Brown will perform in the
backfield, while the line outside of
Johnson and Captain Teberg is still
probmatical.
Coach McDevitt has driven his men
hard for the past week trying to cor-
rect the glaring faults in his machne.
The Purple line now is reconstructed
and is charging to make holes for the
new backfield arrangement. Although
Minesota is doped to win, it is remem-
bered that both of'these elevens have
caused more upsets in recent years by
Prepare for the Football Game
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to You.

complete reversals in form, than any
other Conference eleven.
Notre Dame to Test Hawkeyes
Iowa and Notre Dame will clash at
Iowa City in a game which will deter-
mine whether the Hawekeys are to be
takep seriously as contenders for Big
Ten honors. A Notre Dame victory
will give Coach Rockne's men a chance
to repeat its claim for Western hon-
ors. '
Coach Howard Jones has been point-
ing his men for this contest and has
four full teams working in practice.
The Iowa line is weakened this year
and if victory is to come to the Hawk-
eyes, it probably will be through the
efforts of the speedy Aubrey Devine,
captain and quarterback of the team.
Ohio State should experience no
difficulty in winning from Oberlin col-
lege. The contest will allow Dr. Wilce
to choose a final line-up for the con-
test with Minnesota a week from to-
day. Wisconsin also has an easy
game with South Dakota college, which
will serve to improve the Badger -ay
before the Northwestern game next
Saturday and the more important
clash with Illinois on Oct. 22.
Illinois Ref orted Strong
Illinois, the last of the Conference
elevens to open its season, will meet
the University of South Dakota at Ur-
bana. Zuppke has been driving his
men all season in an effort to find men
who can replace Depler, the two
Fletcher brothers, and Hellstrom. The
Indian mentor has left nothing undone
and from all reports, has built up a
strong machine which should exper-
ience little difficulty with South Da-
kota.
" Wooly West "Is
True; But Why
The 1Dog ights?
This may be the Woolly West as
compared with Hava'd and Vassar but
that doesn't excuse the frequency and
bloodiness of the dog fights occur-
ring on the campus. It is disconcert-
ing at the best to be brought down
from lofty thoughts of the wily French
verb, or the lighting system in the
catacombs to a consideration of so
low a thing as a dog fight. It is not
only a detriment as a thought disturb-
er but it more or less messes up the
appearance of orderliness and harm-
ony that usually prevades the campus.
Then think of it from the view point
of the new-comer fresh from the
peace and quiet of home. They have
all they can bear now. Any added con-
fusion might unbalance their minds.
And we must not unbalance their
minds any sooner than we have to, the
new hospital isn't done.
As a remedy we might export or
deport the old once white warrior with
the scalloped ears that seems to think
the campus his particular hunting
grounds. Every dog has his day but
this one has had years as far- as we
can figure out. Or better yet we
might call on the chivalry and bravery
of the Michigan man to stop this bar-
barous custom.
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Dr. George E. Mickle
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
Office hours daily by appoint-
ment Telephone 2526
Rm. 12, Over Arcade Theatre
711 N. University Ave.
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START. IT RIGHT
7:30 Breakfast

12:00 Lunch
6:00 Dinner
END IT RIGHT
LUNCH AT THE
STUDENT LUNCH
409 EAST JEFFERSON

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SPECIAL PRICES IN QUANTITIES

Special Release on Record---

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3453-Sally, Won't You Come Back
Second Hand Rose..........

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Also other good numbers on our October list
AS WE ARE ABOUT TO MOVE INTO OUR NI
LOCATION WE ARE SELLING ALL OF OUJ
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AT GREATLY
REDUCED PRICES

Alimendinger Music Shop
122 E LIBERTY STREET

Showing New Mode

Keeley's Old Fashioned Chocolates

IN WOMEN'S HATS
at moderate prices

60c lb.

BECKER'S DELICATESSEN

PHONE 2620-M

119 EAST LIBERTY

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CLOSES EuCLOSES
AT 3P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

Dana Richardson

115 East Liberty St.

WANTED
WANTED - Student, young woman,
who wishes to make equivalent of
$50 a month, congenial employment
in pleasant surroundings. Neces-
sitates living in home. Inquire -at
1027 Forest, between 4 .a-nd 6 Fri-
day or 9 and 10 A. M. Saturday. 11-2
WANTED-A student who is interest-
ed in amatuer photography to act as
local agent for a standard camera
and supply company. Address: Box
B. L. R., Daily. 10-21
WANTED - A few more Pupils in
Piano, Violin and Voice by Graduate
Teacher. Two blocks from campus.
1211 Willard. Phone 1643-R. 11-2
WANTED - A violinist and banjo
player for, dance work. Must have
experience. Call 1050-J. - 12-2
WANTED - Room-mate wanted for
large double front room. 509 So.
Division St. $111-2-
WANTED, - Room-mate in a steam,
heated suite. 311 Thompson. 12-3
LQST
LOST-Black leather note book. Tak-
en from cloak room in basement of
Michigan Union. Name on outside
L. J. Ireland. Finder please notify
L. J. Ireland, Phone 2079-R. 418
Hill St. 12-2
LOST-Dark blue cape, unlined. Left
on bench at- Island, Sunday noon.
Finder please call Kotts, 1057-R. Re-
ward. 11-2
LOST-Diamond set brooch. Suitable
reward for return to H. N. Cole. 702
Forest Ave. Phone 1256-M. 12-2
LOST-Gold wrist watch between M4a-
istic theater anr Church St. Find-

FOR RENT
FOR RENT- Share in large front
suite. Steam heat, desks. Also room-
mate wanted for double room. Phone
1194 -M. -.42- E. Washington. 10-4
FOR RENT-Well furnished suite, one
block from Campus for 2 or 3 boys
or couple. Prices reasonable. First
floor, 521 E. Jefferson St. 12
FOR RENT - Light housekeeping
rooms-or rooms for 2 or3ustudents.
507 E. Liberty St. 12-3
FOR RENT-Double room and a suite
for two or three. Steam heat. 311
Thompson. 12-3
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-New Sheridan roadster,
driven less than 400 miles. Owner
needs cash in a hurry. Cost $1,597.00
will sell for $1,100.000. Year's guar-
antee of General Motors goes to pur-
chaser. Address Box G. C. A., Daily.
10-3
FOR SALE-A number five Under-
wood typewriter. Excellent con-
dition. Phone 1730-R. 12-2
FOR SALE-No. 3 Monarch typewriter,
in good condition. Phone 2733. 11-3
. MISCELLANEOUS
SANDWICHES, steaks, ice cream,
malted milk, hot coffee, anything to
eat delivered to your room till 11
P. M. Let us give you a price on
that banquet or dinner.-Meal tick-
ets. Ham's Lunch, 538 Forest. Call
1526-M. Just off So. University. 11-21
SPECIAL DINNERS, soup, choice of
two meats, vegetables, bread and
butter, drinks and desert, twice
daily, all for 35c. Sunday Chicken
Dinner, 40c and 50c. Ham's Lunch.
538 Forest. Phone 1526-M. 12-2

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A very smart pattern
will greatly please
classy dresser.
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sheep-lined coat 36 inches long,
with shawl wombat fur collar,
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heavy sleeve lining knit wrist-
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all around with buckle.
PRICE - $13.95 EACH. -
Sizes from 36 to 48. Will send
parcel post direct, on Receipt of
CHECK or MONEY ORDER.
Mention breast measure, also
name -aid address plainly. Sat-
isfaction guaranteed or money
refunded without question.
THE SIMON COAT CO.,
144 HIngston St., Boston, Mass.

Dancing Classes
Under the Supervision
- of -
Jeanette Kruszka Johnson
-- and -
Phillip Rae Miller
will commence at the
PACKARD DANCING ACADEMY
Thursday, Oct. 13th, 7 P. M.
Beginners' class every Monday
and Wednesday at 7 P. M.
Advanced students' class every
Tuesday and Thursday at 7
P. M.

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$9-50

O'KANE & H ERTLER
335 SOUTH MAIN STREET

ENROLL NOW
Enrollment daily, 3 to 5 P. M.
at private studio, 721 N. Uni-
versity Ave. (above Lyndon
Kodak Shop.) Phone 7884.

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