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*s and Girls,
WE ASSURE YOU A CORDIAL
WELCOME AND THE QUALITY
OF SERVICE ATTAINED THRU
50 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

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GRIDIRON GOSSIP

(By Harry B. Grundy)
Nine members of the Western Con-
ference swung Into action on the
gridiron on Saturday, in games which
were eatured by Chicago's easy tri-
umig over Northwestern. Althoug a
victory for Stagg's Maroons was gen-
erally predicted, the ease with which
the Midway eleven disposed of Mc-
Devitt'smen indicates that advance

stories telling of the Maroon's strength
are not without foundation. Stagg's
men on the whole performed more
creditably than any other member of
the Big Ten by romping 'away with
the Purple to the score of 141 to 0.
They got into plays with a smoothness
which indicates success. in th'emelater
games and particularly against Prince-
ton in thevintersectional game, Oct.
22.

GIFTS IMPORTED NOVELTIES
DISTINCTIVE GREETING CARDs PLACE CARDS
TALLY CARDS NUT CUPS INVITATIONS FAVORS
DANCE PROGRAMS HALLOWEEN SUPPLIES
If we haven't it, we will get it - Our services are at your disposal.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SUPPLYING LARGE ORDERS.
THE WISTERIA SHOP
Phone 2858-M. ,830 Maynard Street
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CIGARETTE CASE
75 cents
.SEE OUR WINDOW
.HALLER and FULLER
STATE STREET JEWELERS

THIS
COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M,

COLUMN
iDIE CLOSES
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Rooms. One single, one
suite with kitchenette or one suite
without kitchenette. These are very
desirable rooms right near the-Mich-
igan Union. 517/E!. Michigan Ave. 9-2
FOR RENT-Large light rooms. Just
opened. Steam heat, rooms kept
warm. Two blocks from campus.
422 E. Huron. 6-4
FOR RENT-Room fOr two boys, $6.00.
If taken as single $4.00. Also room-
mate wanted, $3.00. 317 Brown Ct.
8-3"
FOR RENT-A nice suite at $4.00 per
man. Board also furnished reason-
ably if desired. 1335 Geddes. 2843-M.
9-2
FOR RENT-Single room suitable for
instructor, student or business man,
at 923 Greenwood. Phone 2863-W. 9
FOR RENT-Three large rooms just
off car line. Will give breakfast.
1114 Woodlawn. Phone 2352-J. 9-2
FOR RENT -- One front suite two
blocks from campus. No other room-
ers. 1312 Geddes Ave. Phone 1168. 9
FOR RENT-Room for two at 722 E.
Kingsley, $6.00. Board if desired.
Phone 806-M. 8-3
FOR RENT-Furnished house to man
and wife - no children. Phone
2196-R. 8-2
FOR RENT-Two pleasant, single4
rooms. $4.00 a piece. 427 S. Fifth
Ave. 9-2.
FOR RENT-Large single front room.
First floor. 711 Catherine St. 9-2
FOR RENT-Nice furnished suite, 2nd
floor. 924 E. Ann. 2835-M. 9-3
FOR RENT-Single room and suite
for girls at 211 S. Ingalls. 8-4
LOST
LOST-Black travelling, bag, bearing
name-tag. Please return to H. S.
Kilpatrlck, 1443 Washtenaw Ave., or
phone 1166. Reward. 8-2
LOST - Diamond set brooch. Suit-
able reward, for return to H. N.
Cole, 702 Forest Ave. Phone 1256-M.
9-2
LOST-Fountain pen and Eversharp
Pencil near University power-house.
Return to 1038 E. Huron. 922-W. 9-2
LOST-Light brown Dobbs felt hat in
Engineering Library or near Arch.
Call 348-R. Reward. 7-3
LOST-Black leather card case, con-
taining bills and change. Finder
please call 476-d. 8-2
LOST - Gold filigree, bar pin, Sat-
nrr- 1 Rz.+n +n a ta PBarbur

WANTED
WANTED-Male Help. I want a few
good live hustlers who are capable
of meeting , the public. Previous,
experience will be an asset, but if
you are willing to work and follow.
instructions, it is not necessary. Call
at 715 1st National Bank Bldg. 9
WANTED-Boarders by day or week.
1021 E. Huron St. $7.00 per week
for three meals. $6.00 per week for
2 meals. Single meals 50c. $1.25
per day. Special tables for clubs.
2-21
WANTED-Student who has had ex-
perience as rubber to act as rubber
for Cross Country team. Inquire
of Coach Farrell, Waterman Gym.,
from 2 to 6. 8-2
WANTED-Young healthy men weigh-
ing about 150 lbs. at University Hos-
pital for blood donors. See Dr. Mor-
rill. 8-3
WANTED-Private boarding house on
North side .of campus for about 15
men.:. Call 111Q-R after 6:30. 8-3,
WANTED- A garage in location of
Hill and Washtenaw Aves. Call
Middleditch at 1016. 8-2
WANTED-Group of girls to board at
211 So. Ingalls. Roomy, private
dining room. 8-4
WANTED -- Students' washing and
ironing. Call 2569, 110 No. Ingalls.
8-4
WANTED-Corona typewriter. Terms
cash. Call 1686-R after 7 o'clock. 9
.FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Winter overcoat. Will fit
a boy about five feet six inches in,
height. In fine condition and at a
reasonable price. Box S. H. S.,
- Micihgan Daily. 9
FOR SALE-Conn C Melody Saxa-
phone.. Fine condition, 224, S. Thay-
er St. 1612-R. 8-2
FOR SALE-Underwood typewriter.
Fine condition. Call 1936-W after 8
P. M. 7-3
MISCELLANEOUS
SANDWICHES, STEAKS, pie, ice
cream, malted milk,.hot coffee, any-
thing to eat delivered to your room
anytime till 11:00 P. M. Ham's
Lunch, 538 Forest- Ave., just off So.
University. 8-6
WE DO ALL Kinds of Moving-Furn-
iture and baggage, and clean all
kinds of cisterns and repair them.
J. C. Bunton & Co., 211 E. Liberty.;
Phone 1496, 9-3

Purple Weak
Northwestern - did not display any
strength which Would warrant hopes
of success later in the season. With
Minnesota, Oct. 8, and Wisconsin, Oct.
15, on the Purple's card, there is little
joy at the Evanston camp. However,
Coach McDevitt may get his men to-
gether and make a good showing
against the Gophers and Badgers in
the next two games. Last year North-
western, doped to lose to the Gophers,
came back and downed the Northmen
19 to 0, by means of a forward pass
attack. Against Chicago the Purple's
aerial work was helpless, as all of ther
passes were sent from simple forma-
tions with no attempt at deception.
Purdue Loses
One of the big surprises was Pur-
due's defeat at the hands of Wabash.
The Little Giants took the Boilermak-
ers to camp by the score of 9 to 0.
Under the tutelege of William Diet,
new Purdue coach from Carlyle, the
Boilermaker aggregation was expected
to put a stronger showing this season,
but fumbles at critical moments cost
Purdue the game. Unless great im-
provement is shown at Purdue, she is
destined to a poor season. With Chi-
cago, Notre Dame and Iowa scheduled
for the next three games, Coach Dietz
will have to work hard to whip his men
into condition to win any of the con-
tests. 1
'Wisconsin, doped as one of the ser-
ious contenders for Conference hon-
ors, opened her season by downing
Lawrence college 28 to 0 in a game
which was marked by individual play-
ing bf the Cardinal backs. The Bad-
gers were never in danger, although
the contest displayed a tendency o
their part to fumble. Coach Richards
men completed but two of their eight
forward passes'and fumbled three
times when on the threshold of the
Lawrenee goal Iine
The Badger offense gained almost at
will. Elliott, Sundt, Gibson, Gould
and Williams hardly ever failed to ad-
vance. Gibson, new- sophomore quar-
terback, ran back punts withagility,
while Elliott was the shining light
withktwo touchdowns and numerous
long gains.
Iowa Opens Strong
Iowa had little trouble downing
Knox in a game which the Hawkeyes
won handily 52 to 14. Howard Jones'
men used an open attack, varied oc-
casionally by line plunges and off
tackle smashes. Late in the game
Iowa used a number of substitutes
Oho allowed the Knox eleven to score.
Next Saturday Iowa meets Notre.Dame
at Iowa City. The Notre Dame eleven
ig going to be a hard one to beat as
they exhibited a powerful attack
against DePau w, who fell before the
Catholics in a 5.7 to 10 game. Should
Iowa win from Notre Dame this week
end she will be conceded an excellent
chance to complete her schedule with-
out losing. Illinois, Chicago, and Min-
nesota are the other tough games on
the Hawkeyes schedule, while Purdue,
Northwestern and Indiana meet the
Iowans later in the season..
Indiana won from Kalamazoo 29 to
0 in a contest which showed that the
-Hoosiers need improvement in team
play, interference, and following the
ball if they are to win from Harvard
at Cambridge next Saturday. Harvard
a

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ALL-FRESH FOOTBALL
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take her to dinner af

Those freshmen who were un-
able to receive football equip-
ment will see Coach Mather at the
Athletic office, from 8 to 12
o'clock or 2 to 5 o'clock at Ferry
field, where they will receive an
order for equipment and locker.

F1oEers Restaurant
615 EAST' LIBERTY STREET

did not, however, exhibit anything in
the Holy Cross contest that marks
them as particularly strong. The Crim-
son barely defeated the small college
.by a three point margin, but Coach
Fisher's men can be depended upon
to play the best football they know
when Indiana comes to Soldiers' field
next Saturday.
"Eddie" Casey, former All-American
halfback at Harvard, who brought the
Mt. Union team to Ann Arbor Satur-
day, states that Indiana should make
a creditable showing "The Hoosiers
have had a strong 'team for the last
few years and should be at the top of
their form this season," says Casey,
"Indiana is by no means the strongest
team in the West but it is an aggrega-
tion of veterans, who will play a fight-
ing game. I look for a close, hard
fought contest with Harvard .on the
long end . of the score. The game
should be a credit.to Conference foot-
ball.-
- Minesota Promising
Minnesota showed strong possibili-
ties by winning from North Dakota
19 to 0. Arnold Oss displayed his old
time form which made him the ter-
ror of the West two years ago. Dr.
Williams' men were hard pressed sev-
eral. times and the lineup will need

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
S DENTRS SUPPLY STOR
1111 South University Avenue
Engineers and Architects Materials. White Swan Laundry
Agenpy. Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Note Books
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Something Funny Happer
The other day a fellow told a c
that he would like to meet her

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New Sweatey
Fascinating in Color and St
Some fascinating new sweater models are
Slipovers, comfortable and snug, asking fo
blouse -underneath; jaunty slipovers that are
h part way down, with Tuxedo collar to be
with a dainty vestee.
Regulation Tuxedos with uncnmmonly good
Piquant little Surplice and Spencer models,
becoming and wearable. Wonderful new c
and stitches and styles.
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and she turned him down.
SOf course Ahenr'xas sorry when she
found that he was intending to

Conference teams.
Ohio State, champion of the Big Ten
last year, won its opening game by de-
feating Ohio Wesleyan 28 to 0. The
game gave Coach Wilce a chance to
size up his squaw. At present the
Buckeye mentor is experimenting withf
his men and has been trying many
combinations. Huffman and Pixley
have been used at end, while "Truck"
Myers is being used at fullback. The

Honake at naives in
cure a combination t
famed Stinchcomb to
machine.
Girls Attention! Ra
poos, hair d.ressing,
face and scaip treatm
rent. IMrs. J. R. Troja
University Ave., side e
69G-W.-Adv.

Wool Scarfs
in New Effects

The grateful feel of wool about the neck and shoulders is
one of the cold weather joys. The new Woolen Scarfs
have a lure all their own that is quite irresistible. Inimita-
bly soft and graceful,' they are shown in lovelier colorings
than ever.

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come in black, white, tan, new browns and,
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Hair, and 'they
checks.

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Straps,
Featured in Various Styles and Leathers
Here is a reproduction.of the one strap pump wit
so much desired Baby Louis heel. 'May be ha
Patent, Dull Calf, Black Suede, Black Satin or a
Silver cloth. Priced from $8.50 to $10.50.
Permit us the opportunity to satisfy YOU of the
ue, fit and beauty of Mack's* Footwear.
(MAIN FLOOR REAR)

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