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Iowa at Yale.f
Union at Amherst.
Syracuse at Brown.
New Hampshire at Cornell.
Bowdoin at Harvard.
West Virginia at Pittsburgh.
Colgate at Princeton.
Alabama Poly at Army.
Bucknell at Navy.
Carnegie vs. Washington and Jef-
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PACIFIC COAST
Willamette at Oregon Aggies.
Idaho at Washington.
Gonzaga at Washington State.
St. Marys at California.
Arizona at Southern California.
ONEVETERN REMANS
FOR 1922 GOLF TEAM
ALL OTHER MEMBERS OF LAST
YEAR'S SQUAD LOST BY
GRADUATION
Coach Carlton Wels, present state
golf champion, will only have one man
back from last year's team with which
to build around this year. Hugh
Smith was one of the four men on last
year's team, the rest being lost
through graduation and ineligibility.
However, Coach Wells says that the
calibre men that are trying out makes

AR C A D E
COMING SUNDAY

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it reasonably sure that an excellent
team will be developed.
The squad has not practiced this
week because of the adverse weather.
For this reason Coach Wells urges that
every man on the squad turn out
now and put as much work in as he is

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able to. The men need plenty of
practice before the opening meet of
the fall season, as conditions have
been unfavorable for good golfing.
Bun Crosby, Bob Hastings,, and
Broderick have been showing up in
good form as have several others. In
fact Hastings recently tied the course
record making with a score of 32.
Wells is optimistic over his pro-

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WEST
Northwestern at Chicago.
South Dakota at Wisconsin.
Butler at Illinois.
Notre Dame at Purdue.
Minnesota at Indiana.
Oberlin at Ohio State.
Michigan Aggies at Wabash.
Western Reserve at Wittenburg.
DesMoines at Detroit.
Ohio Weseyan at Ohio Northern.
Cornell at Hamline.
South Dakota at North Dakota.

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FOR WHITNEY THEATRE ENGAGEM
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY - OCTOBER 20 Al
PRICES: Orchestra, $2.50; Balcony, 1st 4 rows, $2 next 4
balance, $1. Saturday Matinee: Orchestra, $2; Balcony, 4
balance, $1. Add 10 per cent tax, send self-addressed, sti
lope and make remittances payable to Whitney Opera H
office sale opens Wednesday, October 18.

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Howard Jones, Left, and His Brother Tad

(By Norman E. Brown) 1916 was particularly spectacular.
Intersectional contests are expect- The Blue team appeared to be the
ed to furnish collegiate football lov- poorest in years. Gloom hung four
foot thick on the campus. Tad whip-
ers their biggest thrills this year as ped that team of misfits and green
did such games last season. But none youngsters into a formidable aggro-
of the east-west battles staged this. gation that licked both Princeton and
fall will be more interesting than the Harvard.
contest Iowa and Yale are ready to So, regardless of the outcome of the
7 stage. at the .Yalp bowl today. For, Yale-Iowa game, it ought to be the
aside from being a match between big noise of the day. #.
two much talked' of and formidable
elevens, the meeting will bring two 1 la.-Y eH G xev 4$trawts Alitlni
brothers together for a battle of wits New York, Oct. 13.-Ore thousand
and strategy. alumni of Iowa and other universities
Tad Jones, famous mentor of Yale of the Western Confernce will attend
teams, and Howard Jones, coach of
Iowa and the man who piloted that the Iowa-Yale football game at New
team to the Big Ten Conference last Haven Saturday in a special section
year, are brothers. ' that has. been, reserved in the bowl.
There is no thought that the game They will leave New York Saturday
will decide which is the greater morning.
coach. Too many conditions over
which the brothers have no control, Corduroy Coats $6.50 up. Wild and
will enter into it. the material at Co.-Adv.
hand cannot be fairly compared and
therefore the results obtained can- Got something for sale? A"Daily"
not be measured accurately. classified ad will sell it for you-Adv.
Bit th tetics and style of play em- Lost Something? Let a "Daily" class-
ployed by the two will give close fo- ified ad find it for you.-Adv.
lowers of the game interesting" bits___________________
for discussion.
These two Jones boys have been
athletic rivals before. Home folkat
*xcello, 0., recall that they captain-
ed rival els4 .tllat:$to ..min their .n y Di
boyhood days, twelity fie years ago.
When they 'went to Middletown high
schoolthey were rivals for fame only MENU
They both 'played on every athletic'
team in the school while studying SOUP
there. They continued to vie for spot-
light honors when they went to Exeter Cream of Celery
and it was only natural that they both Wafers Hearts of Celery
' should remain together and enter
Yale.-
It was at old Eli that they wrote+
gridiron history. Tad, at quarter, was Prime Rib Roast Beef a us
ithe unanimous" selection for All-Am- Prm RiRosBefaJu
erlan quarterback. Howard, at end, Roast Young Chicken
drew the All-American honor at his w
position from many critics. with dressing
They graduated in 1908. Their Hubbard Squash
fame placed them in great demand'" Mashed Potatoes
as coaches and they went their separ- Salad Rolls
ate ways for the first time.
Both were recalled at different times
by Yale, however. Tad's return in
DESSERT
A R C A D Home-made
COMING SUNDAY Apple or Pumpkin Pie
Vanilla Ice Cream
Tea Coffee Milk
1:00 TO 2:00 P. M.
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315 SOUTH STATE ST.
PHONE 173
Corduroy Coats $6.50 up. Wild and
-Ct.-Adv.,

SOUTH
Michigan at Vanderbilt.
Alabama at Georgia Tech.
Louisville at Kentucky State.
Centre at Virginia Poly.
Cincinnati at Georgetown.
Announcing to my friends and pat-
rons that I am still doing business at
my U. of M. Barber Shop as always at
1110 So. University. J. R. Trojanow-
ski.-Adv.
Corduroy Coats $6.50 up. Wild and
Co.-Ad .
Let a "Daily" classified ad rent that
vacant room for you.-Adv.

ANN ARBOR CUSTOM SHOE FACTORY'
THIRTY MINUTE SERVICE
All Kinds of Repair Work
Shoes called for and delivered
free of charge
H. W. CLARK, 534 Forest Avenue
SHOES TAILORED TO YOUR FEET
Phone 3043
ANN ARBOR CUSTOM SHOE FACTORY

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ADVERTISING

MICHIGAN DAILY
Classified Rates. Two Cents per word a day, paid in advance.
imum charge for first day, 25c. Minimum thereafter, 20c. T1
cents per word per day if charged.. White space charged for at
of 5c per agate line. Classified, charged only to'those having pt
Liner Rates: Twelve cents per line, without contract, paid in adv
PIIOINE 90

Steamer Rugs and Auto Robes
We have all kinds in highest quality New ARMY BLANKETS, size 66 x 84 in Olive Drab, Oxford Grey
and Blue. Double Blankets in wool for single or full size beds. Fancy Indian Blankets for couch or
spread and a large assortment of Wool Auto Robes and Steamer Rugs priced from $3.00 to $25.00. All
exceptional values. Must be seen to be appreciated.

A CLASSIFIED AD
In this column will. sell whatever you
have to sell'; find that lost article;
secure a job for you; rent that'
room; secure help. WHY NOT USA
IT WHEN YOU HAVE NEED OF
IT? Phone your ad to 960, we
will charge it to you if you have a
telephone.
FOR SALlE
FOR SALE-One -Victrola $150 ma-
chine Brand new, never been used.-
Call Goodhew Floral Shop 223 E.
Liberty. Phone 1321. 18-1
FOR SALE-Sport model Ford. Top,
curtains, demountables. A-1 Run-
ning condition. 507 E. Liberty. 17-3
FOR SALE-Presentation pens and
sets. A beautiful selection- Rider's
Pen Shop. 308 S. State St.'14-121
FOR SALE-Iver Johnson Bicycle in
good condition. Price right. Coop-
er, 1219 Washtenaw Ave. 609. 18-2
FOR SALE-1917 Ford Touring in
good condition. Price $90" Cash.
Phone 7117F-1-1. 18-1
FOR SALE-Corona typewriter.
Call at 327 East William St., or
phone 76. 15-6
FOR SALE-Ford touring 1920. Good
condition. Call Carl. 2574-M, 725
Haven. 17-2
FOR SALE-Sweet Cider. Bring your
jug. Chas. Klager, 617 S. Main St.
10-25
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-New completely furnish-
ed apartment, two rooms and bath.
Continuous hot soft water. Separ-
ate entrance and phone. Near cam-
pus. Professiomal man or woman
prefered. Phone 2227 W. 17-21
FOR RENT-A desirable first floor
light house keeping suite. Steam.
heat. One block from Campus. 203
S. Thayer. 1317-R. 18-2

WANTED
WANTED-To buy one Ames
Book on Suretyship. Call, A
wich. 2980-M.
WANTED-Room mate for
room $2.50 per week. Firs
208 S. Observatory, 170-J.
WANTED-Wvoman graduate
desires quiet single room
pus. Box U. H. Daily.
WANTED-Garage near Oakla
S. U. Phone 746-R.
LOST
LOST-Ruby finger ring. V,
for sentimental reasons.
1222 Washtenaw, or phone
Reward.
LOST-Leather note book
Auditorium' Thursday e,
Name C.R.S. If found plea
2578-W.
LOST-Alpha Omicron Pis
pin. Call Lorna Ketcham.
Reward.

"Tom Wye" Coats and Sweaters
LEATHER JACKETS, VESTS AND HUNTING COATS
Corduroy Coats and Suits
Cravenettes, Rain Coats, Top Coats and
overcoats at Lowest Prices
Breeches and Knicker Suits
LADIES' AND MEN'S
Largest assortment in Corduroy, Gabardine, Moleskin, Tweed, Serge
0. D. Wool, etc., Whipcord Suits.-

LOST-My pen troubles
Shop of course. -

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FOUND-That it pays to bu
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NOTICE
MICHIGAN - OHIO STATE GAME

OCTOBER 21ST, 1922r

'The Ann Arbor Railroad in connection with the Pennsyl-
vania System will run two sleeping car trains and four, coach
trains. Sleeping car trains will leave Ann Arbor station Fri-
day, 12 o'clock midnight City Time and first coach train 6:30
City Time Saturday morning. RAILROAD AND SLEEPING
TICKETS WILL BE SOLD UP TO AND INCLUDING OCT. 1
No assurance of Railroad servi<e can be given if purchased

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SHOES

OPPORTUNITY-Pay for edu
part time canvassing. C
coal situation. Generous
fsions. Make . formal app'
Soot-Hook Manufacturer
Prospect S. E. Grand
Mich.
MEN-To. see O. S. U- game.
45c per hour building onc
walk. See Mr. Day, Wa
Heights, or Mrs. Stewart
ployment Bureau.
KODAK FINISHING-8 hou.
Photographs all kinds. A
anytime. Hanselman, 73

Munson Army, Officers' Dress and Hiking Shoes, Puttees,
High-Top and Moccasin Pack Shoes for ladies and men.

0. D. WOOL ARMY SHIRTS, PONGEE AND POPLIN SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, ETC.

FOR RENT-Room for two. Men
ferred. Private home. 209
Fourth Ave.

pre-
So.
17-2

WANTED
~X7A 'f+TT',h_ ..n i c r tn t

E. NORMANTON BIL
violin, piano, and h
307 N. Main St. Te
100 PERCENT-Virg

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