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October 28, 1922 - Image 7

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ILLINI ARE__ALL SIT
(Special toa The Daily)
etroit, Oct. 27.-:Headed by Bob
Zupeand Contain Dave Wilson and
aeco1(I11pa ni-d' by a retinue of coaches,.
{riursand managers the Illinois
fm,-Loball eleven arrived here early this
morning;.. After a light breakfast at
the licit Shelby hotel, where they have
been 'making their quarters the entirej
squad went out to University of De-
troit field for a light workout. A

short signal praIctice which wa3s osed s r
to all outsidecrs, took; uplmos't (iith
p-actice periodI. A ligh1t drill in punt- Op iV
ing and passing wias alsoinldd
This afternoon the lllino _i1 mento-r; c r
agai~n led his coors o he[)tri
stadium for their lat w ork(ut b -

s UBERT Vd4ght$ 50-75.51 .0
vPP. Mat. Tue.,Thurs
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Greene 25
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Richards 77 Oakes 84 Umnus 6,8
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Mcii llen 47 Augur 72 Wilson 61
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fe-re the opening witebostmr
row. Passing, punting a?7 ld snap5c o 5.y
signal drill practice comosed the o ,- A.'.w~. ~50if10 1.50
gram. Man,; good punts were go''ent. rMat. 50+c to $2.00
off and the passing was tricky an,, ef- r L g ltoiick)
tective. Prompted by the fear that Vi ilz oj P1 C iDVKIZAUT aad UVA
perhaps some loyal Wolverine Was 1,1 GALIENNE
lurking under the bleachcrs "Zupl" dis- I Nett Neek-,.rrenwi:ch Village'Follies
closed nothing in tbe signal drill.
WH.

Saturday, October A20
For R e evations

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A NEW BSO LCI

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Here's the greatest of all the famous Doa:'ton' Blackile crook
romances, lavishly filmed with a great all-star cast. Love and.
thrills and intrigue enough for five pictures!"

ITeKnK aioS pl Co.
711 N . Univrsity-}Above Arcade, Theatre

Referee,
judgeiFred fH.'
e'lin.

Wi4.ter Eckersall, Clchago: umpire, A. ilres, Yal; field
,Yc ,ng, I11'1nois-Wesleyan; head linesman, .J. ±1..ic ols, -1

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FEW'
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wil nalIMPORTNT GAMES 1 rdi with, liptle or n-odiihly
faI a di: nwa and fbe iiig .iggies
.: D n a (:utest on he Hooir r i-
TOA'S GI rcen with the Big 'Pen ftea j favored.
Notre Damle is ii. reral n ir t last
wvhen the Catholics. facerthe cyclonic

MACK SENN9ETT

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Today is an off ,day as far as truly Georgia Tech team -A Atlanta, while
big gridiron gamnes, in the national ,the niversity of Detroit jouirneys
sense of dite word, are concerned. f ea",,,:ward tometSrnli.
There is but one contest that is at- u ntersectiional fConttPof ine
tracting interest from coast to coast interest to the majiority will takeple
in any marked degree, but that game at Oberlin, the ' lte O i lven h attl-
a'dne is one of the greatest drawing hagn. Amherst college. Litte s nown2
cards of the Year. of the respective strength, of the two
From out of the proud East conies Iteams.
t*e Princeton Tiger bent on turning i - --
ba~ck the flaunting Maroon 'WChicago,f
and streaking~ Stagg .field with the! Ii ira nural Items
evidence of revenge for the unmerciful
beating given the Orange and Blach
at Princeton 'last year. The 'Tiger's innrex°:s a the ihtE;r:st rnity
claws are whetted and the Chicago co- ;l ef~ci)all le ;;tie toternan cu ts are:
shorts are crying de~fiaineto te invd- League onie, s:Det lta Ta , i~a; leagne

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LAST TIMES TOAY

LAST TIM3E TODAY

'DOUGLAS ,,FAIRDBANI~

GXARTH

"THE

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"DON'l WRITE LETTERS"

ers. Filled to its capacity of 35,000
spectators Stagg field this afternoon
will resound with the echoing roars1
of the battle hungry. Green and in-I
<-xperienced, as Chicago was in 1921
the Tigers have completely turned the1
tables as far as advance dope is con-"
ecerned. Last year a verdant Maroon ,
gang trampled the veteran Tiger men
~underfoot with one of the fiercest on-1
slaughrts in the -history, of the game.
Today the Chicagoans, confident and 1
experienced, face the fight' of their
lives with the Princeton team. which
goes into the game with comparative-f
ly' few veterans.'
Up in'Minneapolis thelGophers await
the rush: of Ohio State,, the Buckeyes
smarting; under the crushing defeat at
the hands of Michigan and anxious to1
take their anger out on anyone and the
Northmen equally filled with grudgesI
aanttewrdigeea ea.of their failure to down North-western.'
It will be a keen argument from the
-"pening whistle. Minnesota has a
team full of veterans while Ohio.'
lacking in such, material, yet. critics
believe that the strategy and aerial]!
attack of the Wilcemen will conquer;
the brawn of 'Spauldipg's players.
MIICIGAr
Classified Rates. Two Cents per w
imuni charge for ilrst day, 25c.
cents per word per day if charged.
of 5c per agate line., Classified, eha
lLiner Rates: 'Twelve cents per line,
WANTED
WANTED-Information. Will the
young man or lady who dined Sun-
day evening at Phoenix Hotel Res-
taurant, Findley, Ohio, at table
with middle aged man and daughter,
please call Pete between 5 and 6:30.
437-M. 30
WANTED-24 students to sell Mchi-
gan mnegaphiones at game today. See
Lauer, Main gate, athletic field 10 to
11. 30
WANTED-Young lady desires room
near campus. 'Box M. Daily. 30-2
WANTED -Students' washing. Phone}
28 3-M. - /.24-21
DPI CELLAPJEO1US
E. NORMANTON BILBIE, teacher of
violin, piano, sand harmony. Studio,
307 N. Main St. Tel. 611l-M, 1-301
LOCKSMITH, all kinds of door and
trunk keys, phone 2498. Dell Kel-
ler. I 27-6y
FOR HIRE-Ford touring car, by'
hour or trip. Phone 1758-R. 28-211

tv c, Alpha Sigrya Phk:; lhague three,
Alpa Delta Phi; le-aglie foiir, Phi Del- Cofnedy---Rapid Fire"
Ito rTIeta, Phi Sigmla Pl Nu Sigma
Nu, and Sig 1-1hi ps1zilon all tied
for first place lea :guec five, Pi' K lap- z 1 1 1111111~i1~ 5fC 1I~fIE
pa Sigma; .league six, Cygn a ; league -
Ssevent , i Upsilon. j j ,J
Final roundcs in the inter fraternitv I , r1RAITX/ 1
s:'eeclall tiouilrnament will be played «"~
Monday at_ the followig tilloes: At; ..
30 o'clock, Phi Sig-ma Delta vs. Phi IUED
Delta 'Theta, Delta Tic,, :elta s. Al-".
pha Sigma PhIN; at 4 :80 'clckPlhi
Gamma Delta vs. Psi lpilon ;at 5
o'clock, Sig6ma Phli pio vs. Nu, Sig-
as Na.tSUITS.
In the , All,-campus ige tennis .
to':1nam1:ut ?3f,{h4 l? efeated McKnight ______"
in Stl' ;gt setls 6-1, -3
OR MRE:ine Unfinished
FORYUR OD PEN .
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And your pen troubics are over
1 A hige-h gr-hde
pure silk linings;,
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FOR SALEJ
FOR SALE-Netarly new modern oalt r- -the Standard of America
finish, 6 room house with garage, C
well heated. $500 d ;wn, valance are sold and. worn than
like rent. Act quick. Whaley Real - n te ae
Eastate Exchange, 310 First Natl.=anotema .
Bank Bldg. Phone 1821-Fl. 30
FOR SALE-Oliver typewriter in fine
condition. Will sacrifice for $15.00.$i
Call 2034-H. 29-2 m ,
FOR SALE:-Sweet Cider. Bring your
jug, Chas. K1liger, 617 S. Main St. -
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tamiing Cornet. Call 1337-M. Re-' ~'
ward. 30 !
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LAST
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The Thrill of a Nigh iider 9s Raid!!

Six famous stars with Henry PI. Walthall in his greatest role
since "Birth of a Nation."
A story of the South with a hundred new thrills and throbs
and the punch of a dozen dramas.

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