Ann Arbor Branch of Detroit Club
Logs Entire Road
DISTANCE TOTALS 178 MILES
WITH ROADS IN FINE SHAPE
L. F. Van Nortwick, secretary of
the Ann Arbor branch of the Detroit
Automobile club, has returned from a
logging rip to, Columbus and the O.S.
l, stadium with information for stu-
dents and others who are planning to
attend the Michigan-Ohio football
T1 e Toledo and Columbus Automo-
bile clubs will have road signs post-
ed between Ann Arbor and the O. S.
U. stadium. The sign represents a 0
football with an arrow through it,
with the directions at the top and the
name of the club at the bottom.
Plenty of Rooms
All of the hotels are filled but there
are a great many roonis in the vicin-
ity of the campus that will be avail-
able for visitors. These rooms have
been investigated and a uniform rate
of charges -has been established: 1.00
to $1.50 maximum for single rooms
and $1.50 to $3.00 for double. "There
will be sufficient rooms for all who
wish to come to Columbus and there
will be no need for anyone to go else-
where," said Mr. Van Nortwick. A
card of introduction will be given
those who wish lodging by the Colum-
bus Chamber of Commerce Informa-
tion Bureau. Reservations may be
made by telegraphing ahead for them.
The 'phone number of the Informa-
tion Bureau is "Main 583"; in the uni-
versity exchange the number is
"6467." The Chamber ofrCommerce is
on High Street near Broad, across
from the Capitol building.t
Campus Marked Off
The campus will be chalked off into
parking space for 20,000 cars. Ac-
cording to Mr. Van Nortwick the Co-
lumbus Traffic department is very ef-
ficient and there will be no trouble
in this respect.
The speed laws in Ohio are as fol-
lows: 30 miles per hour on highways,
20 in residential districts, and 15 in
the business sections.
Following is the best route 'from
Ann Arbor to Columbus. All of the
road is macadam paved with the ex-
ception of 16 mies between Ann Ar-
bor and Detroit. The total distance
is 178 miles.
000.0 From Ann Arbor branch of De-
troit Automobile club, 4th &
Ann sts. go west on Ann
.1 Turn left on Main street 1
1.9 Fork right
2.6 Fork right
5.4, Curve left
8.8 Cross r. r.
9.2 SALINE, 'tht'i tntl Anmi Arbor
15.4 Turn left.
16.2 4-crs; staght thru
16.9 MILAN,. Main. ;and Wabash
streets at traf fi sig nal; turn'
right on Wabash street
17.0 Cross bridge
17.2 Cross bridge and immediately
20.5 3-crs; turn left at school
21.0 Right at 4-crs.
22.0 Left at 4-crs.
22.4 Cross bridge; 4-crs; turn right
24.4 Turn left!
crossing the bridge
26.8 Turn right on Mailn street
27.0 DUNDEE, at square, turn left
on Monroe street; M-50, cross
bridge and curve left beyond
27.7 Cross r. r.
32.2 4-crs; thru leaving M-50 (right
road leads to Ada)
39.9 Enter Monroe on W. Front
40.9 MONROE; turn right. on Monroe
45.4 LA SALLE; thru
51.1 ERIE; thru
56.3 Sylvania Road; on right
57.9 Danger. Bear left across r. r-
and immediately right on De-
59.0 Left with trolley on Colling-'
59.2 Left with trolley on Cherry
street. Note: If going to Cleve-'
land go straight ahead to
61.6 Turn right on St. Clair' street
00.0 Toledo, Madison and St. Clair
streets. Go south on St. Clair!
street with trolley
.6 Cross Canal bridge
.8 Turn left on Knapp street with
branch trolley for two blocks,
then turn right on Broadway at
cross trolley and cross r. r.
1.3 Turn left on Courtland avenue,
bank on right
1.6 Turn left on Waldbridge avenue
gas station on left after turn;
cross long bridge over Maumee
river and at end turn right on
3.1 Cross r r. bridge
4.7 Prominent fork left with brick
9.7 Perrysburg, turn left on Louis-
iana avenue with trolley
10.0 Cross r. r.- and at next corner
turn right, leaving trolley
10.2 Keep left at fork with macadam
22.6 BOWLING GREEN, thru
25.7 PORTAGE, thru
38.8 VAN BUREN, thru
40.7 MORTIMER, thru, cross r. r.
45.4 FINDLAY, cross bridge onI
45.7 'urn left with branch trolley on
48.5 Turn left, cross bridge, then
)EFEAT LOOtVIS FOR 0
INDIANS FROM IOWA
When the Illinois alumni invade F OB I 1_A I
Champaign next Saturday to cele-
brate their I-omecoming there will,
if the dopesters have it right, be a
large cloud cast over the festivities
when the Illini grid machine, or more
properly speaking what remains of
The State coaching staff is inclin-
ed to miminize the importance of the
outcome of the Michigan-Vanderbilt
tilt as scouts that saw the game say
that the Wolverines were simply off
color due to the long train ride and
the unusually hot weather.
While the Ohio lineup has not been
announced definitely as yet it is
thought that Wilce will use almost the
same team that opened against Ober-
lin. On one end will be the veteran
to be carried on during the year.
Dr. Bryant Walker, and Dr. W. W.
Honorary curators of the lUniversi- Newcomb, of Detroit, Mr. Bradshaw
ty Museum of Zoology will hold a H. Swales, of Washington, D. C., Mr.
meeting on Saturday afternoon, Oct. Calvin Goodrich of Toledo, and Mr.
21. The meeting will be held at the1Walter E. Hastings, of South Lyon,
Museum, and the primary object will will be present.
Ji" h C '_; " L''; OF
T E AN[
the Illini machine, faces the great (Special to The Daily)
Iawkeye aggregation, fresh from Columbus, Ohio, Oct- 18.--With only
their victory over Yale An air of two (lays remaining in which to mould
gloom and despair pervades the Illi- h t
nois camp but Bob ZUpke has been tmd sh
r who will have as a running
the other flank either Elgin or
both of whom are inexper-
At tackles will be "Tee" Young
working manfully to rally the routed,
In addition to the humiliation of
defeat by Butler last Saturday, the1
Orange and Blue suffered the loss of;
not a few of them most dependable
men. With Richards, Robinson, andi
Rune Clark on the sidelines and Har-
ry Hall, an excellent back, out by
faculty orders, there is plenty to give
cause for worry.
The defeat by Butler was due, ac-
cording to Zuppke, to poor headwork!
on the part of the quarterback. There
is quite a bit .of truth in this state-
ment when it is learned that Butler
scored only five first downs to eight
for Illinois. The one outstanding man
for Illinois was Sam Hill, who went
in after Cris Woodward was knocked
delirious by a kick on the head.
Hill's kicking and plunging were of
excellent quality. Inability to got!
their interference working wellj
caused many upsets in most of Zup-!
pke's well-planned plays. Proper co-
ordination between the backs and'
linemen were at times entirely lack-
ing. Forward passes, Coutchie to Mc-
Illwain and to Captain Wilson, work-
ed well but some bad catches spoiled
many big gains which would have
placed the ball in the Butler danger
zone. On the line the play of Bill Au-
gur and McMillian was strong, both
linesmen getting down the field fast-
er than their ends at times. McMillen
displayed some deadly, vicious tackl-
In spite of all the honors that have
been heaped upon them in the last
few days the Iowa footballers settled
down to work with a fierce determin-
ation to run through their schedule
without a defeat. The entire squad
Woverine machine Saturday, Coach
AWilce is spending all the possible
tine drilling his men on tackling in-
terference and the making of an at-
tack which will far surpass that shown
by the Buckeyes in their game against
Oberlin last week. .
In the game against Oberlin Satur-
day tackling offense and interference
were the greatest weak points of C. S.
U. an( the Ohio mentor in doing his
ut;mst to correct these faults. The
Ohio State backfield often was hes-
itant as to how certain nlays were to!
be run off and as a result the Ober-
lin forward wall several times broke
through and stopped the man with the
hAll before the Ohio backfield had got
flnto motion. There was also a lack
of interference. Coach Wilce and his
staff of assistants saw these defects
in th6 Ohio machine and realize that
theynust be erased if the Buckeyes are
stand a chance of dedicating their
stadium with a victory over Michigan.
and either Petcoff or Wasson-
Captain Pixley of course will hold
down one guard but on the other side
of the pivot man is a newcomer in
ference circles, Kutler. In all prob-
ability Bailey, a last year's man, will
fill the center berth.
Like the Wolverines Ohio State has
a wealth of veteran backfield mate-
rial to draw from. "Hoge" Workman
is considered the best quarter in the
Conference, Isabel at half was one of
the main reasons for the defeat of
Michigan at the hands of Ohio last
year, Blair has shown his worth in
past seasons as on a par with Isabel,
while Michaels, the Ohio fullback, is
on.e of the 1921 veterans. Wilce also
has Ollie Klee to help out if he is
Corduroy Coats $6,50 up. Wild and
or the Trip to Columbus
You'll want a Heavy
Everyone's dressing up for the 0. S. U. gaie.
Even the band is stepping out in fussy new uniforms.
With this first really cold weather you will feel a
sense of genuine satisfaction in a swanky new over-
coat of smart style and perfect fit.
Wear your tags today.
THE MOST MELLIFLUOUS OF ALL MUSICAL COMEDIES
DOMESTIC COATS.. . .
51.2 Turn right, cross
61.7 CAREY, crass r. r.
62.1 Cross r. r. (Watch
ih w thn
1)1 th5LeIn that defeated Yale was on the field
Tuesday afternoon, every man in ex-
this stretch cellent shape and eager for the Illi-
nois tussle. Captain Locke and Par-
COMING TO US
DIRECT FROM ITS FOUR IUONTIIS' SUCCESSFUL RUN AT THE
TDIES SQUARE THEATER, N. Y.
W iat sL
for speed cops.)
65.2 Turn left at end of road at
church and next right on right
71.8 DETOUR, turn left on gravel
road. Note: When construction!
is complete go straight thru on
brick; at 72.3 turn left
72.1 End on road, turn right
82.6 Church on left, turn left
72.7 Upper Sandusky, Court house
on far corner. Turn right and
cross r. r. beyond
73.4 Turn left at end of street and
next right at end on macadam
79.9 LITTLE SANDUSKY, , thru on
85.8 Left at end, cross bridge, and
then right on right-hand road
89.8 Cross trolley, turning right on
91.9 MARION, at Court house thru
92.3 Fork 'left with trolley
101.1 WALDO, thru
112.0 DELAWARE, thru
115.2 Curve left across bridge, and
right at left on macadam
127.2 WORTHINGTON, thru
133.1 COLUMBUS, University grounds
on right. Cars parked inside.,
kin, the greatest heroes of the victory
over Yale, demonstrated recuperative
powers by running signals with their
old vim. An innovation was introduc-
ed when Captain Locke called signals
for the first time this year, alternat-
ing with Parkin in the pilot position.
Everything showed that Howard
Jones and his pupils have a healthy
respect for Bob Zuppke and his co-
horts and that they will enter the
fray determined but not over-confi-
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Man wanted who has had ex- .
perience bandaging and rubbing
athletes.' Report to E. J. Math-
er, Varsity basketball coach. I
Phone 468-R. j
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Alice Ceiaugh Berta Donnu
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RIDER'S PEN SHOP
308 So. State St.
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To' we're not going to Columbus, we're
mighty lucky to be able to watch Mich-
igan win playby play on the
Big Electrical Scoreboard
Auspices Alumni Association and Women's League
HE game at Columbus on Satur-
day will be just that much more
thrilling if you watch it from the
protection of a Fitform Coat.
LOST-Gold barrel fountain pen be-
tween 1414 Washtenaw ave. and Na-"
tural Science Bldg. Initials K. E.
S. Return to Michigan Daily Busi-
ness office. 22
LOST-Last Thursday, Paragon Draw-
ing Set. $5.00 Reward. No ques-
tions asked. 637 Oakland Ave.
LOST-Bill fold containing twenty
dollars. Notify G. R. Paige. Tele-
phone 1599-R. Reward. 21-21
LOST-Leather note book. Name on
cover. Clarence R. Kusten. Phone
1552-M, 1221 S. Univ. Reward. 22
LOST-11 tickets for Denishawn per-
formances. Call Mary Wiley. Phone
LOST-"M" pipe near corner Church
and S. Univ. Call Rotigel. Phone
LOST-A gold fountain pen, barrel
only. Reward. Call 2093-M. 22
LOST-Zeta Tau Alpha pin. Finder
call 376-M. 21-2
WANTED-If you are interested in
securing the exclusive sales of a
new auto necessity for Washtenaw
County and adjacent territory,
phone Mr. Kreis, Allenel Hotel,'
Thursday for appointment. Re-
sponsible parties only. 22
WANTED-Student with thorough ex-
perience as a bank bookkeeper for
work during afternoon. Apply Box
U. M. care Daily. 21-3t
Out of every ticket sold, the Women's League gets
a percentage. Fifty Cents.
Certainly you don't want to mar the pleas-
ure of this, the most wonderful football
game the west has ever seen, by not being
properly and warmly dressed.
FOR SALE-Cadillac four, four
passengei' coupe, everything in
good condition. Nearly new cord
tires. $175 for quick sale. 1121
Church St. Phone 2951-W. 21-2
FOR SALE-Round oak-topped dining
table. Excellent condition. Must
sell at once. Reasonable. 1128-3.
FOR SALE-C soprano saxophone,
good condition. Cheap. Call 595
after 9 a. m. 22-2
FOR SALE-1920 Ford touring, A-1
shape, nearly new tires. Cheap for
immediate sale. Phone 1758-R. 22
FOR SAL I-Sweet Cider. Bring your
jug. Chas. Klager, 617 S. Main, St.
FOUND--That it pays to buy a Rid-
er Masterpen. It is a self-starter and
holds more Ink than any other pen.
FOUND-A pearl ring. Call 566. 22
We have a proposition by which a
wide awake student can make four
or five dollars a day soliciting sub-
scriptions for a nationally known
magazine. Enquire of Mr. Hamel
today at the Michigan, Daily at 10
a. m. or 5 p. m. 22
To Columbus-Cadillac sedan with
driver for charter. Will accomodate
party of six. Can leave and return
any time. Phone 545 between 8 a.
m.and 6 p. m. 22
Saxon Duplex Coupe, 1922, two pass-
enger, run 4,000, miles, special job.
Will asellcheap. Call Gregoric at
2936-W -after' 6: 30. '2
Phone 1436-M. . 20-6
AM LICENSED, CHAUFFEUR-Mich-
igan, will drive you to' Columbus
and back for transportation. Five
years experience. Call Sheill, phone
KODAK FINISHING-8 hour service.
Photographs all kinds. Anywhere,
anytime. Hanselman, 735 Haven.
E. NORMANTON BILBIE, teacher of
violin, piano, and harmony. Studio,
307 N. Main St. Tel. 611-M. 1-30
FITFOR M COATS ARE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT
IN STYLE AND QUALITY
GET YOURS HERE FOR THE
OHIO - STATE GAME
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which will add much to your appearance
PRICES RUN FROM $35.00 TO $50.00
SITUATION WANTED-First class
typing of all kinds promptly and
neatly-done. Call 1015 mornings-
WANTED-7 or 8 men to join auto
party to Columbus. Phone 3037-J.
WANTED-Two tickets together for
O. S. U. game. Call 1346-R. 22
Also Genuine Wool Class Toques
COME IN TODAY
Classes - 75c
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light housekeeping, partly finished,!
also two large clothes closets, one
of which could be used for a kit-
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