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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Syracuse Captain 's Strategy Counted INDAAPAE OE
On For Aid In Battle With Nebraskans FOR viC INOPASES

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Co,(, guards;' Ruc'klehauls, quarter;
SRaym,)nd and T[homnas, hailfbacks;
an11 Tripp at fullboac..
S Thie IndIiana game at South Be nd is
Notre bame's homnecomin conites
I nd is ex"iected to >>ttr-act .c rowd(lOf
20,000. The followin Saturday ,ivis
i in:tl ii r'q hmecomi ng°"at Bloomuin--
tcn. Theiloosiers will 'reet West
Virginsia a team which hai;s not met
# ICitrthis season .and whlich has

won over Glen Warner's giant
b1 urgh eleven. Following' Princ
plan of a western lhoinecomii
Chicago last Saturday' West Vi
mill make the Indiana contest a
ern homecoming even for her a
in the west.
On your way back to Ann
Sunday stop for dinner at Ho~t
oas, South Lyons, M~ich.-Adv.

211 ro, Thani 4,5~0 .Aggie Students Will
Arrive Today To, Root For
Farmer Eleven
OjF1 23 FIE' FOR ANNUAL TILT

Micrigan wll be given an oppor-
tunty of seeing the Aggie "fight"
sprit dsplaydwhen 4,500 Green and
Wh i Otersstep off the special
trains from Ea9st'Lansing this mrn-
in.' t 'te "Fyigt to Win" pep meet-
ing held At M. A. C. last night such
spirit wcas shown 'by the students that
the townspeople feared for their .prop-
erty. very man and' woman in the
s9,hool was hee and there were only
few who.'were not planning upon'
coming to Ann Arbor.
Coach Baron and his cohorts will
probably, make 'the tri from East
Lansing to Ann, Arbor .hy machine, ar-
riving here sometime this mloning.
The squad consists of 23 first string
men including an entire second back-
field and a substitute for every pos-
tion, on the line.
A light practice session yesterday
afternoon wound up the week's work.
,unning, kicking, and passing were
followed .by a short signal drill. Cap-
tatin Johnson showed himself to be
in good working order when ho con-
tinually booted the all' for distances
' of, 45 and 50 yards. Richards, Liorett
and Jctinson were all per ormting
rililatly 'in th passing department.
A, smoothness of action worthy of a
tchampionship eleven marked the sig-
nal drill. During the past week the
attention, of the coaches has been
' ~focused upon the teamwork of te
squad more than upon any other
pint. Coach Barron and his assist-
ants have been driving the signals
into the minds of the gridders during
the practice periods every afternoon
xand after supper every night back-
board talks have been held.
Another point of attention since the
lIndiana gams has been a reliable for-
°ward pass defensive as well as an
offensive. During the last few years
j 1VAichigan has play ed straight foot-
b all from start to finish of the games
Pand a great many injuries toWolver-
ime players have resuted. 'This year
the Aggies fgure that the Maize and~
Blue will avoid any chance of the
"customary casualties and will resort
o aerial attacks.
t MAID' "YELLOW AND BLUE"
i ~WITHil IS( (131SIN TICKETS
A card on 'hio~ is printed "The Yel-
low and, te Blue" atnd a number of
the bs "knofi d"6A,&r Tbeing maie
out by the thl etic association with
the tickets to the Wisconsin-Michigan
kgame.
' More than 1,00 of these cards will
ibe mailed out to- encourage better
cheering and to urge students to learn
"The Yellow and Blue."
Michigan Daily an Chimes for $4.50.
THISIG
COlsiieM aeN woCnse
of 5cperagtelne Casiieyh
' . laied Rates TwveCents per lin
x3 FOR SALE
F0OR SALE---L. C. Smiith, Corona,
Hammond , nderwood, Remington,
aRoyal,, Oliver and other typewriters
$15.60 up. 'Small payments if de-
sred. Reitinhj and repairing.
Theses typewritten. Twenty years
j experience in Ann Arbor. "Why
take chances? 0..D. Morrll, 17
Nickels Arcade.
FO(R SADl-Beautiful evening gown,
size 16 or 4 worn twice. One third
of original purchase prce. Phonel
2340W 35-2

FORl SALEl-bodge sedan, fine condi-
tion, grey velour upholstering. Will
sell cheap ,on payment. 'hone
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Blooinghtoi. m i^. OV. 2 - -Aerial!
Ilay is coccIto beho d'nadcier
?'( ktie i,, t -. arse OSatCuV(jfly with
N otre Danes, (at. Sni b B.end. Coach
P'at P~erron N s bec i drilling his state.
t,:r e',=two elc e-n 911 wedl. in frn'x;.y(
pa's':; ormations, and in ie~~w of Indi-
< n 's SUCCO:sS with this style of play,
I' ,~Str in registering a 14-6
winl over tile Michigani Aggies, fPA-
low-"s of the cream ant i I'iWoi.bej-
liove- Indiana's best chances with
Itosckno's' ndefeatcd Irish will be by
';forwa-,,rd Ta s=;roil e.
011htO ltof the lo-s 01ofI Temple
, T.i1 t lb roug )t,r t i:l( TlOU (. his 01-
iO .L he r,-, ie gamelas t Satuxrdav.
C (; eb lere on l:.ius ben forced to try
~*oe :ol led cobinaion .Rucklle-
l aistU5.-' ibstitute quarter, w El pr-ob-
a h ly ploy w-;t of thle Notre Damel
game in the palce of Smith. When!
PRucklehaus is not in the lineup
Thoma s' orl<.., y, halfbacks, will call
Sinls and AI, o,-aw will play thet
piotpsition. Smith is not expec<ted
tI V able to play again this seasori.
1 lvmc/nd, Springer, Co.x, land Tiri pp
:ll received injuries in the Michigan
,fgg e coftt's:t, 'wh Tile France and But- 1
' ly), li nemen, have hardly recovered
f rwim ijuies received in the Wiscon-
A:n gamne which kept thema on the side-
lines last Saturday. The Indiana team
will probably line up against 'Notre,
Damre as follows: Hanny and Eber-
hart, ends; France and Springer,
tackles-; ILohrei, center; Buitler and

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East is east and west is west ,and
wheneve'r the twain meet on the grid-
iron there is very little either, left at
the finish. except 'a few stray head-
gears anti tattered bits of football re-
galia.
The east and west genecrally 'enter
a pigskin contest with the feeling,
toward one another that a peevish
terrior holds for 'an alley etat.
And nowadays in Syracuse, a
stranger is astonished by the amazing,
number of formerly safe and sane
citizens who snap and bark and leanp
at east others'. throats with blood-
curdling shrieks of "Nebraska" which

rendl the othvrwise balmy autumn air,{
for be it known that the University of
Nebraska elev:en and the Orange TeamE
will mecl; in the Archibold boawl at!
Syracuse and there proceed with the1
various forms of annihilation.
Frank Culver, leader of the Orange
squ ad, may be depended upon to Work
his strategic brain to the limit in at-
tempting' to toas a wrench into the
Nebraskan machine, and Frank, ac-
cording to recent reports, is a strateg-
ist of no mean ability.
'The season of 1921 was rated as the
topmost, year in Nebraska's carner
adin one game they piled up a score,

ef 183 against their opponer-nts 17.
This scorn flew over the dykec in Ne-
brask :'s bighwater mark and washed
away all previous records.1
The only de feait suffered was at the
hands and ; yet cL Notre Dame, while
the vict- : y to which the mostprm
po-inence virs attached. was the triumph
ovc-. the University of Pittsburgh.
The w~inning of the Missouri Valle;j
confererce was another loud boom on
the big dIrum. for the U. ofNIC.--but the
booms have been more than numer-'
ous, for Nebra~ska has won the champ-
ionship 12 times in 15 years which, as
one shoild remark , is not so bad.

DAVIS TOGGERY ,SHOP
119 SOUTIT -AIN STREET

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A C omplete Line of

Drug Sujndries and

TIoilet Articles.

iairu m ir u nnrnrhave a great deal of advantage in run-
'JVVU EV£1 ilL f fllRtf ing over their own course as they
have not practiced on the course that1
FACE J~j~A~(the race will be run over this morn-
k ~Steve's team will be handicapped'
(Cniudfrom Page 1) IJy running over the Harphomn Trophy
Baguley and Klasse are expected to course as it is not as long or as hilly
star for the Aggies. Baguley- set a i as the Geddes 'Avenue course so the
new record for the East Lansing 3 men will have to change ' their pace
course last Saturday and for this rea- and steed. It is a disappointment not
son he should be able to give Isbell, 'to be able to see Isbell run over the
Michigan's star harrier, a close race, ether course as he would have an ex-
Kiassewas nt far ehindhis t aIellent-chance to break the record he
mate in the race last Saturday andl now hqlds . However, he will have
seems to be a man of food possibili anothercace ilabegin fo the erryn
ties for the race this morning. Terc ilbgnfo h er
The Aggies' course is more level field house on State street and the
than the Harphomt Trophy course or ;runners will start upon the four and
the Geddes Avenue course and for six-tenths mile grind. Everything is
this reason they will not be able to In readiness for the race, programs
run in as fast time. However, it is will be given to the spectators and anl
doubtful whether or not Michigan willi auto will announce the positions of
the players at various points in the
rase..
Professor 11. C. Carver will act .as
THIS refe'ree and Captain B. S. Burlce as
COLUWNo firer. The timters will be Cecil
CUM Cross, Harry Davis, and Coach Far-
CLOSES rol. ol. 1-1, Nutting, P. Spears, J. Morse,
:''I IN -AT ZO,,W < sdco res will fill the function
The Aggies will- enter the follow-
ing men:; 1, Nesman; 2, Baguley;' 3,
N DAILY ' 11mrtsuch; 4, Klasse; 5, Clarike; 6.
Nord a day, paid in advance. Mn- Killoran; 7, Willard; 8, Van Afrmen;
Minimum thereafter, 20c. Three ~ ~ ad1,Sih
White space charged for at rate 1 The Wolverines to enter the r cc
arged only to those 'having phones. are as follows: 11, Dowenl; 12, Is-
withou contract, paid in advance. bell; 13, Arndt; 14, Shenefield; 15,
E 960 Reinke; 16, Vande Visse; 17, Griffin;
-' 18, Rtearick; 10, Nicholson, and 20,1
LOST ' Cochron.
LOST-At Michigan Central Depot. lHotel Lyons 'serves special dinners
Saturday, pocketbook. containing Saturday and Sunday. Eat there' on;
about fifty 'dollars, Grand Trunk! your way to and fromt Ann Arbor.-
pass, railroad' tickets, hunter's 4c- Adv.
ense, and motor vehicle operator's
liceense. Retuirn to Michigan Daily
nf in a RauIrd flfl 9 0A

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PIANO TUNING
"'chool -of lMusic Tuner
PHO'NE 3062
Office all es., 418 N. Division ii.
MORENCI-ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
ScheC'ule in Effect October x8, 1922
Central Tiwne (Slow Time)
D X X D)
P'.M. A.3-1. P.m. P.M.}
z:55 6:;5 Lv, Morenci .Ar. 1:35. 9:35
(Hotel)
3:45. 7:45 . Adrian .... 12:45 8:45
4:30 8:30o . Clinton . ... 12 :00 8:0o
5:1c, 9:15 ..Saline 11. i:15 .7:15
5 :45 9:45 Ar Ann ArborLv. 10:45. 6:45
(Court House Square) A. MN.
D-Laily. X-Daily except Sundays
and Holi-lays. Friday and Saturda.' special
bus for stuldents leaves Adrian 1:45, leaves
Ann .1i i,0:4:45.
J:1 M ES H.II.ELIOTT, Proprietor
Phone 02G-M Adrian, Mich.
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Gilbert's Chocolates
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
MANNI 'S DRUG, STORE
21,3. OU TH MAIN STREET

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:LOST-Waterman Ideal Fountain
Pen', on Columbus special, or be-
tween Ferry field and Campus. Call
Hicks 954-M. 35-2
LOST--Book of Browning's Poems
left in Room 5, Economics Bldg.,
Wednesday A. M.T Finder please
calls Starks, 524-R. 36-1
LOST-Conklin pen Wednesday be-
tween Arcade and Hill And. P. E.
Delf on gold .bandl. Please call
899-R. 36-11
MISCELLANEOUS
CHIE-White, wants position in Fra-
ternity, experienced fin buying
meats wholesale, and cutting. Good
on pastry. Best city references.I
Box L. C. Mich. Daily. 35-2

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OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
610 First Niat'l Bk. Bldg.
Office Hours Phone
0=12; 1:30. 8 21-F1

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Nov. 7th - 10th

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FOR SALE-Set, of drums,
Stable, and desk, beds and
Apply 1426 Brooklyn.

student:
dressers.
35-2

FOR SALE-Ford Coupe. A-i con-
diti on, lots of extras.--$325. Cash

or terms. <2655R.

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FOR SALE--.-Full Dress Suit, medium
size call 314 W. Huron $t, or phone
25594-. 35-2
FOR SALE-Remington portable'
typewriter. Call Black 432 Thomp-
son. 1128-J. 34-4
FOR~ SALE-One set' drafting instru-
inents-cheap. ?Phone 2340W. 35-2
FOR SALE-1918 Ford touring. Cheap.
Call 7P. 35-3
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WAN'~TD-Bov with hh'vele to carrv

Come in .and let us prove'
to you with a pencil and
this paper-,
that even on price -- and even tho we do niot do business
on price alone -- there is no other store willing to accept
less of your money and give you more for it.
Lee's go over it together$- just as tho we were not in
the clothing business remembering that we wouldn't be
here long if we couldn't back up our printed word with
more than painted up promise.
We know absolutely our position- and back of every
word. here is a suit or an 'overcoat -- in your size -- at
yo~ir price.
Try us '-- that's how the telephone was discovered bytrigtig-piedw

HolI'a
Betsy Ross Candies are, the best candies you
buy and the price is only
60C LB.':
outside the beautiful packed special assort-'.
ments which sell for
$1.00THE POUND'
A beautiful line of fancy 'boxes-and baskets for
Gift Purposes
Candies. shipped by. P"arcel Post anywhere

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Carry Out Servic4
FOR
HOME AND FAMILY- TRADE
Our delicious Betsy Ross Sandwich Filling,
in ,air tight cartons
PE CARTON, 64c
Instant Cocoa, our own preparation, and t
Sbest to be had; simply' add boiling
water and serve.
CARTONS AT 40C AND Esc

BOARD-First class table board
$7.50 per week for' three meals,
$6.00 for two meals. Just one block
from canmpus. 644 E.Unvriy
2445-R. Unv 5rity
WILL THE PERSON who found Ru-
rie watch in Room B, Law .Bldg.
Friday, 10 o'clock, please call Stod-
dard, 435-R. 36-7,
.PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER-Dictation~
and ennv wrk.RnTdlr n f a r-fn fr.

RASPBERRY FRUIT PUNCH
.A fine drink. and the price is iow.
ASK US
ABOUT OUR- SPECIAL ICE'CREAM PARFAITS
for your next party or Sunday dinner
WHEN "YOU WANT THE BES'T. YOU NEED, NOT

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