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f V" ELEVE1V jMA Y4 }Y BE DOV17fJ AJ 7 1111WIR~iYflflfittl TIt1 1 nanar(t point of interest comes the annual in- adherents have their particular atten-4Ilinois? "Iowa, with ni
ITM~a ynniu ~~ RL NW p~I v8nIRu 1UIL tersectional clash between the Army tion divided between thre contests. l of good Sold rsr
B 7TIi'IS I l liii' OF' S ^ AJ'4IBLE 1ET1'L and Notre Dame. Primed to securedI First among these comes the battle attle, wil place a
IS O I O UT (lk flAYSg U a full revenge for the defeat admii- etween Minnesota and Iowa. Can the ieleen in the Hed, v
-- -" % IfI U UI istercl by the Catholics last year the 1Go hrs beaten by Wisconsin, om tired from her fighti
.. ,lf Sol 'ntrr~ diers are going into the game the ack against the Ilawkeyes, conquer- sti, with a cpara
F : - Ui V1D GLbU I ! ruling favortes. Notre Dame, admit- rcrs of Yale, victors over Perdue andi ® ontued donis,
ted powerful, has but one drawback.,-
Wihtw aeso- eaip inexperience. With onlyonvera
Wit to ams e ial1mom to e ework with Coach lci.kne hms uilt I
s in the East and any number in the up a team of surprising strength, but
s !middle Wet and Pacific sections of the tremendous power of the Army, as
k s the country, Saturday, promises' to be; shown in the games this far this sea-
s I °the biggest day yet in the gridiron son, gives the government men the
N fyear,. edge.
PThe Harvard-Princeton encounter, hlere in the middle West will be,
ofof course, holds the center of the some six games that will call for
~ f I eatern stage, but not far behind it in varying degrees of interest. Michigan
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iearly two weeks
m the stres)3 of
fresh, powerful
while Minnesota-,
against Wiscon-
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Fall Oxfords
for gentlem.'en, The
finest qualities in the,
most desirable styles

Whip, 13c

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(By Norman E. Browni)
Out of it and yet in the, thick of it.
That's about where Coach B~ob Zup-
~E IIAD The Illini have lost twvo gammas in
the Conference race.. This, of course,
rine Cross Country .ien Entered puts them out of the running.I
Triangle Affair With Ohio1 ChicagIwMcia.adWs
and Illinois ao oa ihgnadWs
consin have, gone undefeated so far.
ELL, ADDS VANDE VISSE Minnesota also has escaped defeat,
TO LIST OF VARISITY TEAS'I but one tie game mars its record.
With four teams 'possessing at this,
ss country enthusiasts are look- date clean records, one defeat in the
erward to the triangle meet be- remaining weeks will most certainly
Michigan, Illinois, and Ohio eliminate any one of them. And, right
which will be run off at Colum- here is where Illinois is "in it."
tomorrow. Coach Farrell says Zuppke's men play 'Wisconsin to-
his team wil be in the best of morrow and Chicago the following
ion for the race. Wednesday af-' Saturday. Oh, boy, those two con-'
)n he put them through the hard- tests ought to produce -some thrills.
ce of the year 'over a long si ( Had Zuppke started in with a veter-
grind. This race was not over anl team this year, and met with the
et course but up and down hills results he has had, to date neither
;hrough woods where the foot- of those games would have loomed so
as bad. This difficult race show- large. But Zuppke started out last
e condition of the runners and I September with the task of building
endurance. After this race theI practically a new line around Capt.
w'ere layed off until, tomorrow. ' Dave Wilson, star~ end, and most of
veeih has t announced lmu that hePe will !his backfield. Obviously he could not
igh meoClmbsi lc round'such a team, into shape for thej
en. The extra man will be Van- earlier gamnes. Then an injury to Bill1
sse. He was chosen because- of Rlobison. sophomore expected to star
cent work in practice whichf at one of the backs, further handi-'
a marked: improvement, capped Zuppke'. But now lie has the
in h omrrow's meet will be team molded into shape. He is ready
and stiff opposition 'will be "to do business."
iSteve believes that his team To team with Chris Woodward, vet-
good chance of coming through' -.-
lying colors. Illinois with Capt.,
at their head looks like a strong
ton, :although Ohio .State does
ok as; imposing. f
t. Scott's time of. 22 minutes and
cands for 4.5 miles seemed to '
Farrell to be a mistake. This
which wvas given out 'for publi-U-
was faster, Steve believes, than .
ian is capable of performing in'I
of his past accomplishmenta.
ver, the race Saturday will
the authenticity of this .report.
ell, the star harrier of the Woly-
team, is expected to show ups
at the race tomorrow. He is al
Srunner and has easily won his
in the past without being press-
any great extent., Isbell is a
of light build and has an abund-
of endurance. He -has little
t to carry over the long dis-
sand has -and easy bounding
which marks him as an unus-
nner. With strong competition :r
doubt will let himself out andI P R E
ye his time to a marked degree.
tain Bowen and Arndt will alsoI P RT D E
more competition and should TIAILOREDS TXV]
a great improvement in theirIN - O

eran fullback who learned his trade
under Jack Crangle, Zuppke has Rob-
iscn, Rune Clark, brother of the fam-
ous "Patsy" Clark, and Coutchie.
Clark is the only triple threat man
in the backfield, but has shown him-
self able to handle the main-spring of
the attack.
1On the ltne Zuppke has rounded
Richards into a capable end to pair
with WNilson. McKelvey, Baur and
Bunny' Oakes are handling the tackle
positions and proving formidable
both on offense and defense. Umnus
and McMillan at the guards, with Bud
Miller in reserve, have solved Zup-
pke's problem at those posts and 4t
center. he has twvo good men, Roberts
and Greene.
The team may be down, but it's a
long ways from out.
Dance at Ypsi every Friday even-
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ADESSERT that tops off
.ti.any meal in delightful
fashion, Fluffy and light, vet
extremely wholesome. Cov-
ered with heavy rich whip-
ped cream and served, here
daily for only 13c.

All sizes carried in stork

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CHIROPODIST
706 1First Nut. Bank Bldg.
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Greetings to Visit'ing Florists
~ANN ARBOR'S ONLY
WVHOLESALE FLORAL COMIPANY

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DON'T FAIL TO
SEE DAVIS TOGGERYI
AD O SPORT PAGE

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Just think how easy it is to earn
money if you can save it by
purchasing your tires at V. JI
McCrumb's, 113 So. Ashley
Street.-He has tires and tubes
at unheard of prices. Mr. Mc-
Crumb has just bought this
bankrupt stock of Tires and
Tubes, consisting of every size
and kind imaginable.. There
are clinchers, straight sides,
cords and fabrics of all kinds.

Extends greetings and .best wishes to all in at-
tendance at the Flower 'Shosw in Barbour Gym-.
nasium. The opportunity was not given to
this company to exhibit its products at the show,
which we regret, .but nevertheless, our flowers
will be mound in great profusion-in the shops of
Ann Arbor's retail florists. Spcialehibits of
Riverside Flowers
will be found on display in show-windows of
FLANDERS'"FLOWERSHP
320 EASTl LIBERTY STREET
71 NORTH IV YESITY AVENUE

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223 EAST LIBERTY' STREET

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IEOPATH1c PHIYSICIANI
16 First Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
eHours Phone
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Special $Z

Little Far1
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rhaps, BUT
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30x3... $5.. .. . . . . ... .. . . .. .45, $6.25, $6.95
30x3%7 fabrics ........ ........ ........$5.95, $6.50, $7.151, $7.95
One LGot 30x3% Cords non skid ................ ....$8.15
32x3M ................................ $5.95, $7.95, $9.95, $10.75
31x4........................ .............. $8.75, $9.85
32x4.................................. $10.95, $12.{50
33x4................................ ...$11,95, $12.50, $12.'95
34x4 ...............................$1'2.95, $14.95)
34x4% ...................$11.95, $12.50, $12.95, $13.85
$15.75, $16.75, $17.45,1 $18.75, $19.85
36x4x2..................................... $12.50, $13.959 $15.75
37x5......................... ...... $13.65, $17.95, $19.85
TUBES
ONE SOLID TRUCK LOAD OF TUBES. IN VARIOUS 'SIZES
AND KINDS
28x3 for Motorcycle .......... .......................... .. 50c
30x3 for Cars...............:............................... 60c
Dnio-a-ford ................................ ....... 65c
30x3% ... .................................. ...70e
32x3% ...................... ...................... ..... 75e
31x4 ........ ................................ ...s80c
32x4 ...... ......... ................... .................85C
33x4...................... ..................... 90c
34x4. ................................ ............. 95c
Sizes above 4 inches ........................... ......... $1.00
Accessories of all kinds at a special reductioni.
WVASILTENAW DISTRIBUTOR FOR
PENNSYLVANIA VACUU-M3 CUP TIRES

We cordially invite all in attendance at; the Flower Show .t9
inspect 'our large greenhouses, 96 1-1049 Maiden Lane, Ann
Arbor, where we have 57,000 square feet of land underglass.
THOUSANDS OFD
CHRYSANTHEMUMS, POMPONS,
ROSES, AND CARNATIONS'

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COUSINS 'AND HALL
611 EAST UNIVER SITY AVENUE

The extra value we give pays us both.
You get better materials, better

are now blooming in our seven houses.

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To all members of the Michigan State Florists' Association,
we give assurance of our sincere good-will and desire 'for suc-
cess of the present show' and our hope'th-.t the Michigan State
Florists' Association will

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DAVIS TOSSERY SHOP

ECHINE SARDENS
106 SOUTH LIAIN ST.
PHONE 1540

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