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November 29, 1921 - Image 5

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", sm THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ARMY N SATURDAY
Middles' Powerful Attack Overcomes
Cadets in Battle on Muddy
Gridiron
W. 4. J.-U. OF D. GAME SAT.
TO BRIGHTEN WANING SEASON
The football season is over. Only a
few faint echoes of the big noise will
be head from now until next fall, save
for the one grand and glorious shout
that will arise when Cornell and Cali-,
fornia meet at Pasadena on New Year's,
day to battle for national honors.
Navy Downs Fighting Cadets
Saturday saw but few games on the
card, and but two of these were of
any real importance. First and fore-
most, of course, was the expected
victory of the Navy over the West1
Point aggregration. Ardent supporters
of the Middies expected their hopefuls
to walk off the field victorious by a
large score. Certainly the gridiron was
particularly appropriate for men who
lead a life on the ocean wave, for
heavy rains put it into such shape that
it made the much heralded "slough
of mud" look like the Sahara desert.
-The Cadets, however, were fighters. It's
their business. Perhaps as a result of
their natural fighting spirit, and per-
haps because their coaches had suc-
ceeded in instilling new power into
them, the scrapping Army men held-
their opponents to one lone touchdown.
It was enough, however, and the Navy
won, repeating the dose administeredt
to the Cadets last year.
The one other' game of importance
was the intersectional battle between
Dartmouth and the University of
Georgia. The Big Green' eleven from
New England duplicated the feat of
the Navy in downing, the Army and
won from the Southerners by a 7 to 0
count.
Of the few other games played,
Southern California's 7 to*00 victory
over the Oregon Aggies, and the tri-
umph of Holy Cross over Boston col-
lege by a 41 to 0 score, were of the
most interest.
W. & J. Team to Invade Detroit
There are hardly more than one or
two games remaining on the gridiron
card that will attract national interest.
(Continued on Page Eight)
Have you sent In your scenario for
the University movie yet?

Slaughter And Reve Tn War Cries
Of Tournament Of Roses Title Bala

Bits of Sport

The West is prepared for slaughter.
The East is waiting for revenge. The
cause of it all is the great Tournament
of Roses game to be staged at Pasa-
dena, Calif., on Jan. 1, for the national
gridiron title, California opposing
Cornell.
Bruins' Undisputed Leaders in West
It was adfl easy matter to select the
Pacific Coast representative, the Ber-
keley Bears, national champions last
year, having gone through a success-
ful season and emerged without a de-
feat. The victory of California's won-
der eleven over Ohio State, last year's
champions of the East, "has been a
topic of conyersation for nearly a year,
and once more the Bruins are to de-
fend the title which no coast aggrega-
tion could wrest from them this year.
Cornell is the Choice of East
The problem of picking the greatest
team in the East was far from simple.
Cornell, Iowa, Centre, and Penn State,
all coming in for their share of high
rating. The decision came after the
TRYOUTS FOR TRACK MAN.
AGER WANTED
Sophomores wishing to try out
for track manager should report
to Larry Snell at Waterman gym-
nasium between 3 to 5 Tuesday
and Wednesday afternoons.

Red's great victory over Pennsylvania
on Thanksgiving day, when Dobie's
cohorts journeyed to Philadelphia and
trampled the Red and Blue underfoot
by a 41 to 0 score. Immediately upon
learning of Cornell's triumph the au-
thorities of the Tournament of Roses
forwarded an invitation to the Ithicans
to appear as champions of the East
against the University of California.
There is no reason to believe that the
Cornell authorities will disapprove of
the big trip, and so, on New Year's
day, Blue and Gold will oppose .Red
on the field of honor at Pasadena.
REFEREES WANTED
The Intramural department
wants men to act as referees for
basketball matches. Those wish-
ing to act in this capacity are re-
quested to write the Intramural
department, room 3, Press build-
ing. Men proving satisfactory
will be paid at an hourly rate.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

M. A. C.'s basketball schedule calls
for 18 games and opens at Madison on
Dec. 10, where the Aggies meet the
Badger squad. On Jan. 6 they come
to Ann Arbor for a game with the
Michigan basketball players.
Yost is awarded first place among
Conference coaches by the Detroit
News and Zuppke of Illinois second
honors. Both coaches are given this
honor because they developed fighting
teams who won their last games even
though they were handicapped greatly
by injuries. This paper also says that

Ghio State game, moulded the best
team in the Conference.
Boxing Club Meets Tonight
Unusual importance attaches to
the meeting of the Boxing club tonight
as the discussion will concern the tak-
ing in of new members. The meeting
will take place in room 325 of 'the
Union, beginning at 7:30 o'cloc'k
sharp.

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FRESHMAN TRACK NO
All candidates for the fres
track team are requested t
port to Coach Hahn at NV
man gymnasium between 3
o'clock this afternoon.

Yost in three

weeks time, after the

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Whether you play foot ball,
basket ball, or indulge in
any athletic sport, Spalding
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satisfaction.
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211 So. State St., Chicago

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Sixty-third Annual Fall Concert,
Glee and Mandolin Club, Tuesday
night.-Adv.
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work. 17 black degrees and.
3 copying.
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S0. STATE ST. AT WILLIAM ST.
DRESS SUITS FOR RENTAL

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T UTTLE'S
A Place to bring your friends
Nowhere is the food better
Nowhere is the service more prompt
TUTTLE'S LUNCH ROOM
Maynard Street

EVERY MAN AND WOMAN~ ON THE MICHI-
GAN CAMPUS AND EVERY OTHER PERSON
IN ANN ARBOR WHO IS INTERESTED IN THE
FUTURE OF MICHIGAN SHOULD SEE
Viola Dana
--IN -
"There are no Villians"

THIS
COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING

THIS
COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

-AT-
Hill Auditorium
Wednesday Evening

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WANTED
WANTED-Eat as much as you want,
of what you want, when you want it,
for $5.00 to $6.00 a week. We have
over 50 students eating 3 meals a
day on less than $5.50 a week. Menu
changed 3 times every day-soup,
choice of 4 meats, bread and butter,
potatoes,. drinks, dessert, 35c. We
deliver anything to eat until'11:00 P.
M. Ham's Lunch, 538 Forest. 1526-M.
55-3
WANTED - For second semester of
this school year, unfurnished, heat-
ed light housekeeping apartment by
married student. Kitchenette and
private bath desired. Call Towsley
at 968-W. 52-4
WANTED- Student with wheel for
delivering lunches, either board or
pay. 538 Forest. Ham's Lunch. 55
WANTED-Double room for women,
second semester. Phone 1512-R. 54-2
FOR RENT
FOR RENT - Very pleasant double
room, also single room, but reason-
able, one half block from campus.
111,5 S. University. 55
FOR RENT - Three furnished light
housekeeping rooms. Hot and cold
water in kitchen.. 110 N. Ingalls
St. 51-5
FOR RENT-Two single rooms in pri-
vate home, ,no other roomers. 724
Dewey Ave. Phone 1272-W. 55-2
LOST

LOST
LOST-Monday between 655 E. Uni-
versity and Economics Bldg., lower
half of lady's Waterman fountain
pen. Return to 644 E. University. 55
LOST-Between Wahr's Bookstore and
Delta, Silver Fountain pen with in-
itials V. P. Finder please return to
Betsy Barbour Office. Reward._55
LOST-November 18th, noon, umbrella
with folding handle. Left in wom-
en's rest room. Science Hall. Re-
ward. B. Snider. Phone 1615. 55-2
LOST-Pair of tortoise shell rimmed
glasses in long leather case. Call
Alberta Houle, 2166-W. 54-3
LOST-Fur lined glove on campus,
Friday. Phone Marston, 2074-J. 55
MISCELLANEOUS .
SPANISH STUDENTS-Special tutor-
ing by student of Spanish birth, well
acquainted with both Spanish and
English languages. Price Reason-
able. Call Armijo, 2499. 614 Mon-
roe St. 55-21
STUDENTS' NOTICE - Comnenc-
this week we are reducing our laun-
dry prices. No calls or deliveries
made. Phone 2569, 110 N. Ingalls.
55-5a
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Young man's tweed suit,
like new. Cheap. Also top-coat and
overcoat. 7:30 to 8:30 in evening.
215 S. Thayer St. 55
FOR SALE-Full Dress Suit. Prac-
tically new, at half price. Size 37.
Phone 1170-J. 55-3

The entire

AT EIGHT O'CLOCK
proceeds will be used to finish the reading room
at the Union

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But-

Regardless of Michigan spirit and all that sort of thi
you simply can't afford to miss this picture. It is a story
smuggling, love and secret service; filled with romance a
mystery, overflowing with excitement and surprise. If y
don't see another picture this semester you can't afford to mi
this youthful, sleuthful, beautiful comedy drama.

So-

Come -'Get Your Tickets at the

Bookstores --35c
LET'S FINISH THAT READING ROOM. ARE YOU WITH US?

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LOST-Gold pencil with initials
Tuesday evening. Reward.
253-W.

S. T.,
Call
54-2

Let's show the spirit that made Michigan famous

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