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October 22, 1921 - Image 10

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Attention! Rain water sham-
air dressing, marcel-waving,
d scaip treatment, Wigs for
.rs. J. R. Trojanowski, 1110 S.
ty Ave., side entrance. Phone
-Adv.
E TONIGHT. Masonic Tem-
I. Dancing at 8:30.-Adtd

LEARN TO DANCE
I ARMORY
Prof. Mittenthal from Detroit, the
most up-to-date dancing instructor
will teach you the Terrace Fox Trot,
Culture Walk, and the University
Waltz. Class 7 to 8:30. Can be paid
in two payments. Ladies $5.00, Gen-
tlemen $8.00, for eight lessons.-Adv.

Two

New Brogues

have just arrived. Both are oxfords in black
Norwegian calf; with one piece vamp; one
with a soft toe, the other stiff. Like all our
stock they are

r'au ord shoe

REVENGE FOR DEFETS
SOUGHT BY1IWOLVERINES
(Continued from Page One)
Pixley's additional poundage gives
him an advantage over his lighter op-'
ponent. Johns has played one year
at M. A. C. in addition to his year on
the Varsity. Last year he opposed
Trott at tackle when the elevens met.
Toledo will meet Toledo when Er-
nie Vick and "Tee" Young, centers on
the respective elevens, clash on the
pivot job. Ernie is one of the best
centers Yost has ever had, and with
his three years of Varsity play should
rule a favorite over Young, although
the Ohio pivot man comes with a
reputation hard to surpass.
Dunne Equals Trott
Capt. "Duke" Dunne will face Trott,
the Ohio right guard. Both men are
veterans and "Duke" although lacking
five pounds the weight of his oponent
is expected to equal or surpass Trott.
"Duke's" reputation as a fighter needs
no comment, while playing his fourth
year should give him a slight advan-
tage over his adversary.
Spiers at right tackle will be op-
posed by Cappon. "Cappie" has given
some great exhibitions of his versa-
tility this year. Originally a back-
field man he played end last year,
where he earned a place in Ecker-
sall's second All-western team. Spiers
has an advantage of 10 pounds in
I weight and has had more experience at
I tackle. r

self. He can run, pass, or kick and
with his defensive play should ap-
pear in many plays.
Steketee, at right half, is a tried vet-
eran. He is the best distance punter
in the West and one of the best
ground gainers. Last year he made
sweeping gains around the Ohio flanks
and on line plunges. His kicking
should outdistance Stuart's. should
the game develop into a punting duel.
Steketee, like Kipke, carries the tri-
pie threat which will probably be
made use of this afternoon.
Roby at fullback has shone on the
secondary defense, while his line
plunging has been highly effective.
"Doug" can also pass the oval farther
than any man on the squad. Upon
Uteritz will rest the burden of run-
ning the team. He is a clever open
field runner, an accurate passer and
a booter of no mean ability. His only
handicap is a lack of experience,
which may not prove a drawback.
Taken as the whole it appears that
the battle will be one of the hardest
fought the two teams have ever play-
ed. If Michigan can stop the end
runs of Stuart, Workman and Taylor
and break up the strong overhead at-
tack, Ohio is expected to open up with
it should win. The Buckeyes rule a
favorite on the line, especially in of-
fensive play. The Wolverines' hope
of success lies in its quartette of
backs, all of whom are rated highly.
If these men are able to tear through
the Buckeye defense Michigan should
be returned victors. The outcome will,
depend entirely upon Michigan's abil-
ity to get through, and the condition
of Yost's "inspired defense".

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IN A PLEASANT ENVIRONMENT

Dining Room

Fresh Wholesome Meals

339.
COFFEE

AT REASONABLE PRICES
AT THE
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Telephone 18564
SOUTH DIVISION STREET
CHICKEN DINNER

4

DELICIOUS

ON SUNDAY

made in Brockton by the Charles A. Eaton
Company and like all our shoes, they were
built to our order. Per pair

3 .._ -

Ten Dollars

Don't forget to look over our wool hose when
you buy your Brogues.
DAVIS TOG GERY SHOP
119 SOUTH MAIN STREET

Che

Mic higan

ATTENTION!

STUDENTS AND ALUMNI

One block from the Ferry Field gates you will
BUY YOUR -

be able to

CIGARS
TOBACCOS'
CANDIES
PEANUTS - and

"MUMS" FOR 50c AND

75c

Kirk and Slyker will face each oth-
er on end. If Kirk lives up to his ad-
vance reputation he should outplay
his opponent. Slyker played on the
Buckeye wing last yer, while Kirk's
previous experience was with the
Notre Dame eleven. The Irish elev-
ens are famous for their aerial attack
and Bernie may figure in a passing
game should Yost elect to use one.
In the backfield Ohio has Stuart,
Noel Workman, Honaker and Tay-
lor. None of these men bring with
them the reputation of a Harley or a
Stinchcomb, although Stuart has
been heralded as a worthy successor
to these men by Buckeye supporters.
He carries the triple threat and will
be watched closely by Michigan.'
Workman is also performing well for
Ohio at quarter. His play against
Minnesota was noteworthy, while his
field generalship completely baffled
the Gophers. His experience at the
helm may give him a slight advan-
tage over "Uteritz, who has not pilot-
ed the Wolverines in a Big Ten game
before. Taylor and Honaker have
given good accounts of themselves in
the games thus far. Both men can
run the ends or drive of tackles.
Watch KipkeI
For Michigan, Kipke at left half
wil have his first test in Big Ten com-
pany, as also will Uteritz and Roby.
Kipke's work in the early games has
been little short of spectacular, and
he should give a good account of him-
GA RCK Nights -- 75C to $3.00
GARRCK' at. at. nly,50cto $2.00
DETROIT
Second Annual Revusical Comedy
GREENWICH VILLAGE FOLLIES
original Greenwich Village Theatre Company
30 Famous Artists' Models
LAST TIME TODAY

Wits of Sport
The) University of Minnesota''s
basketball squad, yesterday held the
first practice of the year. Arnold Oss,
star of the quintet, and one of. the
stars of the Conference for the past
three years, will be ineligibile as he
has played his alloted time on the
team.
A great crowd of 20,000 people wit-
nessed the recent track meet between
France and England at Colombes,
France. The English won by the close
score of 123-118. The meet was fea-
tured by the comeback of Guillemat,
the French crack, who won the 5,000
meter race in 15:25:3-5, against Mon-
tague Hodge, and other English stars.
According to Tex Rickard, the
Dempsey-Willard fight which is sched-
uled to take place next July 4, will
be to a decision.
UNIVERSITY REPRESENTED AT
LANSING SURVEY CONFERENCE
Profs. Russel Watson and Leigh J.
Young of the forestry department and
Prof. Carl O. Sauer of the geology de-
partment represented the University
at a conference of specialists on eco-
nomic land survey held -last Tuesday
at Lansing.

Opens

Today

East Liberty St., Between
State Street and Maynard

Ann Arbor's Newest,
Largest Cafeteria

4

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(0

at 11:30 A.M.

/

4,

BLUE FRON.T CIGAR STORE

CORNER OF STATE AND PACKARD STS.

Under the
management

supervision and
of C. J. Fingerle,

C ASSIF1E
CLOSES CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISINGU AT 3 P.M.

1

r

LAST TIME

WANTED
NTED-Four men to make auto
ip with me to Urbana for Illinois-
chigan game. Will leave Ann Ar-
r Friday noon. Round trip $12.
11 2384-M or see me at 1341 Wil-
ot. 24-21
NTED-Situation wanted. Sten-
raphic or general office position.
rl, University graduate, excellent
eparation two years experience,
n hall. )?hone 823. 22-3
NTED-15 students to sell mega-
ones at the game today. Apply
ticket booths, inside of entrance,
erry Held, 10 to 11:30 o'clock this
orning. 24
NTED-Four tickets for Saturday.
l me if you have one or more.
. W. Horton, 1074-J. 24
NTED-Four waiters today after
me, 5 to 9 P. M. 60c per hour.
41 Whitney, 2372. 24
ITED-A violoncello to rent ,for
e winter or to buy on easy terms.
l 274-J. 24-2

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-One bass and one snare
drum. Good for dance work. Also
. one Hammond typewriter-several
kinds of type. Call 936-W. 24-3
FOR SALE - Folding cot used five
months in private home at half-price.
Phone 1418-W. 24-2
FOR SALE--B flat cornet at a bar-
gain. Must sell. Phone 862-3.
Hoover. 23-2
FOR SALE-Cadillac 57 touring car.
Apply 311 Maynard St. 24-2
FOR RENT
FOR RENT - Share in large front
suite. Steam heat. Desks. Plenty
of hot water. Also room-mate
wanted for double room. Phone
1194-M. 422 E. Washington. 22-3
FOR RENT-Well furnished modern
house to married couple, no child-
ren. *Southeast section. Phone
2196-R. 24,
FOR RENT-Single room for gentle-
man. Near campus. 516 Mack Road.
Between Wilmont and Elm. 23-2
LOST
LOST-Silver Eversharp, initials H. J.
B. Finder please return to Daily
office, Box H. B. 24-2
LOST-Grey purse containing check
and currency. Call 2325. Reward.
22-3
LOST-A' large Parker fountain pen.
Finder please call 1457-R. 21-4
WANTED
WANTED-Student for board job, 9-12
every morning. Also 7 tickets wanted
for Ohio Game. 538 Forest. 24
MISCELLANEOUS
WILL FELLOW who took hat by mis-
take Oct. 14 at Van's Indly get in
touch with me and receive his in
exchange. Phone 2351-W. 24

TODAY

DOUGLAS
FAIRBANKS
treWrenr

STARTING
SUNDAY

JACK

WE HAVE PLAYED
THE PICTURE FOR

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cAsdaponCostuminscnrh umder&dard fobocI
Direction under red Niblo
PhotOrphwder Arthur desom
5"AD For One, One For All"
Here you will see *Doug" in a
genuinely great production of
an incomparable story-inwch
he attains the ambhion of bi.

HO0L T

- IN"--

CONSECUTIVE

SHOW-

"THE GRIM'

INGS AND HAVE ES-
TABLISHED A NEW

COMEDIAN"

-Washing to do at
for and deliver.

home.
Phone
24-3

TD-Four tickets for the
ame-together, or in pairs.
in. 2222.

O. S.
Call
24

BeLAST
CARD-

THIS IS AN UNQUES-
TIONABLE TRIBUTE
TO THE PICTURE'S
MERIT.

DON'T BE ONE OF

HARL

and a return of

HOUSE RECORD.

LLOYD

'ED- Five tickets for 0. S. U.
L in north or south stand. Call
I-W. 23-2
CED-Student washing and Iron-
Call 2569. 110 N. Ingalls
22-4
'ED-Roommate. One half block
Icampus. 1122 Washtenew
23-2,

THE FEW

IN-

WHO WILL MISS

THIS

"BLI SS"
ONE GOOD SHOW
DESERVES ANOTHER

EPOCH - MAKING

ID-Two tickets for 0.
Call Zinn, 1217-J.
D- Single ticket to 0.
Phone 284.

S. U.
23-2
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