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November 03, 1922 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-11-03

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(JEERlED BY VICTOR Y;
;PARES F OR BIGGEST-' GAMES

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B Till Spaulding's Gophers. This game ors. He has develoed a speedy, hardR tainOlle Aas at the iv
GonHUr N O QR fPGfl will dec'ide a numb>eP" of questionls inl tackling phair of ends in Eklund and Spaulding's backfeld i
C r°~ N egazrd to M ihigan chance; for a Sschijoll and in addition those two cipally 'around Martineaui
' ( ~~D hammoinsip this vya as the Wol-linen form the rc ceiv ing- end of some back spectators of the Mi
iiesota in the r 'n, ,'?r2 Ti: Ten gamnes the line, S?aulding halrs Ccxi and 'lac- jtfor his wonderful work in
- ~on the 1V aize anid Bit, sch'redule. No Donald iioldin dcoxwn the tackle ci ovrwhelming opposition.
TEA.11 APPEAR BAILAW'1 ) A,': ;calusive co~!(an j'-) ga.thered on berths,(:ayvnd Abra-, ham tilling the will be in at, the other r
S 11TI AWAIT WHISTLE thje mrt fEither l the adgers or grard msrtions, and the .reliable Cap- I eOnti1fi 4n aeA
SATURD)AY thie. Gopliers =rainm t '3a gi-es they
Ti eplayed thus far aid A but one thing!
Eyes o all football fans and OS* is certain and th1at is 'JZat bothz teams
pecially o: Michigan rooter's, will bd arr to be fear~ed.
focused on Northrup field, Minneap-! Coach Spaulding has accomplished
ohis, Saturday, when the Wisconsin, the unbelieveable in placing Manie- I
eleven invades th~e territory of Coach sota in the race for C'.nfei ence hop-
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CANDIES

$8.900

Left half' Pyott of Chicago, at extreme right, being downed on line play
teihoIivi. Note remarkable, interfcrence slid defense action at left.

near Pr iceto i's goal just before first

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combinatios riS ch'
weaves and original-
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Cheney Cravats with
'dstinction.' Come, in
and look them over.
Al Genuine Cheney Cra'vats ha've
the name stasnp4 in the neckband

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(Biy Norman IE. Browni)
That 21 to 1.8 victory over Chicago
filled Princeton hearts in general
with glee" but it has note spread a
blanket of confidlence over the Prince-
ton cavmpus. For the Tiger adherentsI
realize that they must extend them-
selves to the limait in their twro re-
mnaining important games of the sea-
soi.
The Tigers have; two big game
{ahead-one with Hlarvard Nov. 11, andI
the other with Yale the week follow-.
:ng. This means that Coach Roper'sI
men will have two full weeks in which
to set themselves to turn back the
Crimson warriors, but will have to
jump from that game into the even
bigger one with Yale with but a week
for rest and preparation.
The outstanding feature of Prince-
ton's playing against Chicago-was its
(lefensive. It was this stonewall
which prevented the Maroons from
snatching' the hard earned victory
from the. easterners. On their one-
yard line, with a few seconds to play
and a miargini of but three points in
San d a margin of but three points in'
their favor the Tiger dug in his claws
and held against' a line attack such
fas Coach Stagg can and does devel-
opa.'
Princeton ifs the invader in the Har-
vard game, as it was against Chica-t
go, but takes on the Bulldog in Cam-
bridge. The Tigers' next game, that
with Swarthnmore on Saturday, is P,
minor one on the, Princeton schedule.
Iowa Basketball M!en Out
Iowa City, Nov. 2.-Nine men re-
ported for basketball practice here
during the past week under the direc-
tion of Captain Hicks.. The work so
far has consisted of nothing mor~e
than drill on fundamentals. Coach
Barry hopes to get the baskets ar-
ranged, in the new armory by the be-
ginning of next week.j

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SOLD' BY

WADHIAMS & CO.
RIEULE CONLIN & CO.
J. F. WIJERTII & CO.
F'y6' GROSS
IIACK & CO. "S H ST I
COLUMNLLMA
AT a P.M. ADVERT'ISING AT 3 P.M.

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GO'ING sLNJ)AY

hIICHi1GAN TDAILY
Classified Rates. Two Cents per word a day, paid in advance. Mlin-
imam charge for Irst dlay,. 25c. Minimum thereafter, 20c. 4Three
cents peer word per day if charged. White space charged for at rate
of 6c per agate line. Classified, charged only to those having phones.
Liner Rates: Twelve cents per line, without contract, paid in advance.
PHONE 960

FOE. SALE I

.MISCELLANEOUS

FOR SALE-L. C. Smith, Corona,
Hammond, Underwood, Remington,
Royal, Oliver and other typewriters
$15.00 up. Small payments if de-
sired.' Renting A and repairing.
Theses typewritten. Twenty years
-experience in Ann Arbor. Why
take chances? 0. D. Morrill, 17
Nickels -Arcade.
FOR SALE-Beautiful evening, gown,
size 16 or 34 worn °twice.- One third
of~ original purchase price. Phone
2340W. 35-2
FOR SALE-Set of drums, student
table, and desk, beds and dressers.
Apply 1426= Brooklyn. 35-2
FOR SALE=Ford Coupe. A-I1>con-
dlitlon,' lots of extras--$325. Cash
or termns. 2655R4 35-3

FOR SALE-Remington portable
typewriter. Call Black 432 Thomp-
son. 1128-J. 34-4
FOR SALE-Full Dress Suit, medium
size call' 314 W. Huron St, or phone
2559-J. 35'2
FOR $ALE-Remlngton typewriter
cheap. 302. S.. Division. Phone
2551W. .34-2
7'FOR. SALE-Sweet Cider. °Bring your
jug. Chae. [Klager, 617 S. Main St.
20-25
FOR SALE-One set drafting instru-
m.ients-cheap. Phone" 2340W. 35-2
FOR SALE-1918 Ford. touring. Cheap.
Call 732,. 35-s
WANTED
WANTED-Student who has had ex-
perience in clock repairing for few
hours work each week. State ex-
perience in letter addressed to Box
P. B. do Daily. 33-3
WANTD--Student agent for new
portable phonograph. Call Mr.
TLamn 1027-. after' 9 n.m. 4

ESTABLISH an exclusive and perm-
anent business of your own.. We
want a reliable man or woman with
energy, 'and enthusiasm to buiild up
a permanent agency in An~ Arbor,
on a new complete attractive line
of toilet goods of exceptional mer-
it. A course in Salesmanship giv-
en free and our backing insures
success. Commissions very liber-
al. Write at once for particulars,
The Auld Acquaintance, Company,
39 Ionia Ave., N. W:', Grand flap-
it4s, Mich. 35,
NOTICE-If Harr'y Kipke fails to re-
cover his Rider Masterpiece and
will call at Rider's Pen Shop, we
will supply him another with our
compliments. One that he can car-
ry while playing foot ball without
danger of injuring it. 35
CHEF-White, wants position in Fra-
ternity, experienced in buying
meats whiolesale, and cutting. Good
on pastry. Best city references.
Box L. C. M~ich. Daily. 35-2
BOARD-First class, table board
$7.50 per week for three meals,
$6.00 fob 'two jneals. Just one block~
from campus. 644.E. University,
2445-R. 35-2
LOST
LOST-At Michigan 'Central Depot,
Saturday, pocketbook containing
about fifty dollars, Grand Trunk
pass, railroad- tickets, hunter's lic-
ense, and motor vehicle operator's
liceense. Return to Michigan Daily
office. Reward of $15.00. 35-3
LOST-Wednesday about 4 p. in.,.pair
of spectacles in case on fifth Ave.
between 'William and Jefferson~
Reward. Call Spence 2069-R. 35
LOST-Waterman Ideal Fountain
PEen, on Columbus special, or, be-
tween Ferry field and Campus. Call

STARTING SUNDAY'

KUP1ENHIMER

The Original IK lavicle
You'll see many imitations of this feature style.
They all are testimony, to the style leadership of
The. House of Kuppenheimer. Get the original.

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CLOTHES

are always first with the newest styles in suits
and overcoats, and this season lower prices are
an added attraction. In every, way, the, finest
clothing made, the best clothing you can ,buy.

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