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November 08, 1922 - Image 7

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-Obertson Leads Scorers; D5CGSO MEET
Michigan Goal Alone Clean
.STRUGGELING ILLINI Ii t
Wisconsin in Good Shape Following
Fierce Minnesota.
Combat

ing one to eliminate this canger as
much as possible.I
rIllinois .is continuing to absorb Zup-j
pke's pep but it does not seem likely
that they will upset any dope in Sat-
urday's contest. Only one change has
been made in their lineup, with Steve
Coutchie being used 'to fill Clar)We'

LONDON CAPS

Let a "Daily" classified ad
vacant. room for you.-Adv.

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classified ad will soil it

Buckeyes Fighting Mad As
Big Chicago Game
Approaches

STAG4MEN PREPARIWG FORCES
FOR WILCE'S AERIAL ATTACK
Middle West football at its best
will be on exhibition at Columbus next'
Saturday ,when the Buckeyes meet
the Maroons. Both elevens have great
respect for each other's football abil-
ity and are impatiently awaiting the,
test. Chicago, made confident ly here
early season successes, is planning to
retrieve the prestige lowered by
Princeton, and at the same time to!
keep her Conference record clear for
the year.
Ohi o Fighting Mad
Ohio on the other hand is gighting
mad and is determined to hand Chi-4
cago a defeat that will make up for
the discouraging reverses suffered at(
the hands of Michigan and Minneso-[
ta. The Ohio student ┬░body is backing
its team to the limit. Football is oc-
cppying the mind of everyone and {
victory in the game this week end is
not only being demanded but actual-
ly anticipated. The team, driven to
the limit by the never down-hearted
Wilce, is working as it never worked

PROFESSIONALISM CHARGES
ROUSE WRATH OF ELEYENS
With Minnesota out of the way
WisconsIn is now pointing her eleven
toward the Michigan game, but in
the meantime the Badgers must .meet
Coach Zuppke's illini. This game wil.
take place next Saturday at Madisor
and is the only big home game on the
Cardinal schedule. It has the adder
attraction of being played on the Bad-
ger homecoming day.
Williams 1ijured
Captain Rollie Williams was the
Qnly Wisconsin player ty sustain in-I
jury in the Minnesota game last week
but he has fully recovered by now and
is ready for scrimmage again. All the(
other men came through in rather re-
markable shape considering the gruel-
ing battle they fought, and Coach
Richards feels confident that no difi-
culty will be encountered in overcom-
ing the hard working gang from Urx-
bana.

developed drop kicker and his per-
formance against Northwestern last
Saturday stamped him as toovaluable
a man to warm a bench.
Feeling Runs Nigh
Great interest will .undoubtedly be
attached to the Badger-Indian gameE
because of the various charges of pro- I
fessionalism brought up by the coach,
es of both institutions. Coach Rich-
ards claims that Wisconsin, Purdue,
and Chicago are only schools in..the
Big Ten that adhere strictly to Con-
ference rules, naming Mihchigan chief
offender. Coach Zuppke brought up
charges against Murry, Badger
tackle, and Coach.Richards countered
with charges against Auger, .Inda
tackle, hinting that he might mention
several more ll:ni who might be
charged with professionalism All this
grew out of the Taylorville-Carlin
ville game a year ago, a game ytbat
will go down in Big. Ten history'far
the number of : college players that
were barred from further competition
in collegiate athletics because of par-
ticIpation.
Call 415 IHuron St. Taxi, 25c.-Adv.

AYRES & SMITH
NEWEST SHAPES JUST RECEIVE
D $ONALDSON
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before to regain its lost honors. Dur-
ing the Ohioans' drills Coach Wilce.
it is said, keeps yelling "Yo're net
defeated until you're knocked cold," Jimmie Robertson on his
and at frequent intervals he remind;-s
them that the lineup is not pernian- ---
ent. (Special to The Daily)
Lineup Uncertain. New Yok Ty
Although nothing definite about .the Nw York, Nov. 7.-Statistics com-
lineup will be decided until just be. piled today show Jimmy Robertson,
fore the game it is understood that fleet-footed quarterback of Carnegie
complete readjustment of the team is Tech, holding his own as highest in-
to take place. In the scrimmage yes- dividual point scorer in the gridiron
terday the lineup was utterly differen. world. Robertson has garnered 73
from any which has started the ear- points as a result of 12 touchdowns
Her games. Such aschange after the and one point from try after touch-
Oberlin disaster last year kept the 'down.
Buckeyes in the Conference title race Hot on his trail comes "Bots" Brun-
until the very end of the season. ner, Lafayette halfback, totaling 71
Despite her many successes this points with his 10 touchdowns and 11
year Chicago is taking no more forI successful goals from touchdown,1
granted about the Buckeye game than while just behind him are Wilson and
is Ohio herself. The trickiness of the' Palm, both of Penn State, with 61 and
Buckeye outfit is too well known to 55 points respectively.
allow any sense. of safety in the Ma- Tlie University of California's big
roon camp, and as a result hard work Golden Bear eleven leads all univer-j
is on the program for the next two ,sities in total points scored having
days. Should Ohio succeed in winning rolled up 264. Cornell comes second
the game this weekend Chicago's with 259, Auburn, leading the South.
Conference hopes would be smothered is.third with 252, and{Bucknell follows
for another year and Stagg is working with an even 200. Other totals are as
hard for a title team. follows: Notre Dame 185, Carnegie
-Paisses Sure Tech 182, Army 172, Penn State 167,!
During the Tiger game last week. a Michigan 144.-
good forward pass defensive was ut- The University of Michigan is thel
terly lacking in the Midway team. only major university in, the entire
Ohio's use.of a,powerful aerial attack country retaining an inviolate goal
in the coming game is not even sub- line. While several institutions haver
ject to doubt and defeat is imminent had only field goals registered against
unless the Maroons can protect them- them the Wolverines, in four games
(Continued on page 8) played to date, have held their oppon-
ents absolutely scoreless.
Place your engraving and emboss- Harvard, Princeton, Cornell, Army,
ing stationery orders witi0. . Mor- W. and J., and West Virginia are un-
rill, 17 Nickels Arcade,, and save that defeated among eastern elevens, while
eleventh hour rush.-Adv. in the middle West Michigan, Wiscon:
ADVERTISING AT 3P

wiay to another touchdown
sin, Iowa, and Chicago retain cleanj
slates. On the Pacific coast Clifor-
ha, Stanford; andrWashington are
all straightF winners.
'MEETING TO SUPLAT
ARMITICEDA PR D

Subs to Play Part
Because Wisconsin. has four hard,
games to play without a layoff, .Coach
Richards .is following Yost's example
in developing a powerful set of sub-
stitutes. No chances will be taken to
insure a championship season and as
injuries play a .big part in determin-
ing a winning team, everything is be-

A REAL 6000 MEAD,
CHOP SUEY STEAKS
Everythiwg good at-
Ann Arbor Chop 5uey
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A meeting of the American Legion,
I the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Un-
iversity R. 0. T. C., and all others who
so desire will take the place of the
parade that was originally planned for
Armistice day, it was announced yes-
terday. The meeting will take place
at 3 o'clock in Hill auditorium. M.
S. Rice' will be the principle speaker
and the two minute silence that will
'mark the national observance of th;
day will be' included in the program.
Saturday will not be an official hol-
iday for the University as has been
the custom in previous years,
Some of the special activities that
will take place are the bringing of ex.
service men from the hospital to at-
tend the exercises and=the sending of
invitations to members of families
who were bereaved by the war.

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Michigan Freshnen have
never played Billiards be-
..r.fore coming to Ann Arbor. *
14 They say that,90 per cent
of Michigan men play 1il.
liards on, and o during
their college course, most
- . of them at g
I Must Not Forget .
T'O SUBSCRIBE Nj.i*4
FOR THE-
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Nov. 7nth 10th I wee *wy to treat you wi t"
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MICRIIGAN DAILY
Classified Rates. Two Cents per word a day, paid in advance. Min-
imum charge for Arst' day, 25c. Minimum thereafter, 20c. Three
cents per word per day if charged. White space charged for at rate
of 5c per agate line. Classifed, charged only to those having phones.
Liner Rates: Twelve cents per. line, without contract, paid in advance.
r1HONE 960

an appeal of lowest prices
in town that's bringing such
crowds of students here daily

FOR SALE
FOR SALE--Cadillac ,four, four pas-
senger coupe, good tires, mechan-
ically O.K.. Westinghouse Air
Springs. $140.00 cash pr termg to
right party. Must be sold this week.
Phone 2951-W after 5 p. m. or
noon. 38-2
FOR SALE-Hollier 8, touring. Only
run 12,000 miles, excellent mechan-
ical condition. Winter curtains,
open with doors. .$175.00 cash, or
terms to right party. Call 2951-W
after 5 p. m. 38-3 !
FOR SALE--Ford coupe, A-1 condi-
tion, jots of extras. Cash or terms.
2655-Ft. 38-2.
LOSS
LOST-A gray. ulster with Guy Wool-
folk label was taken by mistake
from the Chi Psi Lodge on Saturday
night. Finder please notify FrankI
Camp at 231. 39
LOST-A bead hand bag between Uni-
versity Library and Foster's. Find-
er please return to Box A, Daily of-
fice. 39-2
LOST-Monday morning, Delta Gam-!
ma pin, engraved "D. Brown."
Finder please call 452."38-2
LOST-De Molay sister pin, Monday I
morning. Finder please call 2151-'
W after 6 o'clock. Reward. 39-2
LOST-Eversharp silver pencil be-
tween Mary St. and campus. Call
2375-M. 39-3

WANTED
WANTED-Room by elderly gentle-
man. Front room, ground floor pre-
ferred, located near campus. Write
box J. C., care Daily. 36-4
WANTED-To tutor students in Span-
ish I and IL Call 2236-A and ask
for Bromberg after 8 p. in. 39-2
WANTED--One ticket for the Wiscon-
sin game. Call Rosenthal 1525-M.
39-3
WANTED-Two or three tickets forl
the Wisconsin game. Call 796.
39-2
WANTED-Two tickets for the Wis-
consin game. Phone 2276-W. 39
WANTED--Sewing by the day. Boxi
X. Y. 39
MISCELLAIEOUJS .
HANSELMAN-735 Haven Ave. Pro-
fessional photographer. Films de-
veloped 10c. Prints 3-4-5c. 37-6
WE WANT one or two live wire stu-
dents to market our line of high
grade pure gum rubber aprons,
household specialties, etc., direct to
the consumer. Large commission
paid. A chance to make real mon-'
Sey. Write immediately. Sunbeanrj
]Merchandise Company, 2458 West
Grand Boulevard, Detroit. 39-2
WILL SELL $50 overcoat for $30
Brand new. Must have the money.
2874-M. 39-2
WILL THE three students who tool
cider barrel from Mrs. Speechly's

New Victor Dance Records
for November

Arcae Cafeteria
Upstairs, Nickels' A rca de

-Are Now On Sale!

Dance records of the ,inimitable Victor quality already for
your home-dance! If you haven't these in your dance record
library -- better(get them TODAY! Come in, we'll gladly
play them for you!
18928--After a While-Fox Trot..............All Star Trio and Orch.
~-I'm Happy-Fox Trot..............All Star Trio and Orch.
18940-Three O'Clock in the Morning-Waltz.:...Whiteman -and Orch.
-Oriental-Fox Trot...........Whiteman and Orch.
18945-When .the Leaves Come Tumbling Down-Fox Trot
Clyde Doerr and His Orch.
-Zenda-Fox Trot...............Zez Confrey and His Orch.
1894--Chicago-.--Fox Trt.ne ..Whiteman and His .O:rch.
--Early in tihe orning Blues-Fox Trot....The Virginians
18947-Suez--Fox Trot..................Clyde Doerr and -His Orch.
-I Wish I Knew-Fox Trot.......Clyde Doerr and His Orch.
18948--Stuttering-Fox Trot.............Benson Orch. of Chicago
-Those Longing for You Blues-Fox Trot
Benson Orch. of Chicago
18949-Il Build a Stairway to Paradise-Fox Trot...Whiteman Orch.
-You Remind Me of My Mother-Fox Trot.Whiteman and Orch.
18950-I Found a Four.Leaf Clover-Fox Trot..Whiteman and Orch.
-Two Little Ruby Rings-Fox Trot......Whiteman and Orch.

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Pictures about the campus--
your classmates, fo r example,
.~ with their snug sombreros that
grow smaller with each rain--are

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fn to make nowad begin to brow priceless in
your Senior year.

5rinnlf Brs

Pkcture-akia the KOE ATK way is easy and enjoyable.
we'll .how yox.'

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