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trvard Appears To Have Edge
On Tigers For Game Tomorrow

Intam ral ItA~ IMPORTANT CONTESTS
riamura temsON SATUIRDAY'S SCHEDULE
The inter-department soccer tourn- (Continued from Page Six)

'whelming Wisconsin win will serve
only to add to the Wolverine determin-

ation.

ament will begin on Nov. 13 with tw

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1 i games scheduled, the All-Lits meet-
(Harvard versus Princeton! ed upon as the cream of the East. gmhe slleDentdatefAur-thirtyeand
- Focusing the eyes of the football Jenkins and Fitts at ends, EastmanFmg the Ali-Dents at four thirty and
the All-Engineers playing the All-
world upon them by the sheer draw- and Dunker at tackles, Hubbard and Medics at the same hour. The man-
Ing power of their names these two Grew at guards, Bradford at center, agers of the different teams are as fol
representatives of the eastern "Bin Churchill and Owen at halves, Buell lows: All-Lits-Sanchez, 1018-J; the
Tiree" will clash on Soldier's field, at quarter, Harlow, Pinkham and Do- All-Engineers-Baucis or Tellez,
herty from whore to pick a full back,; 1755-W; the All-Dents, Rorich, 2589,
Cambridge, on Saturday afternoon in jgive Harvard as staunch a lineup as and the All-ets, e br, 609
the biggest contest of the day the na- the Crimson has presented in many a. d A- ,L, .
tion over. day. The speedball schedule for Friday
As units the Orange and' the Crim- aTo face this powerful fighting unit i T :0 ents s. Frid-
sop are evenly matched. One factor, Princeton, outplayed and almost beat- is: vs. SeniorFsts, Junior Engneers
and one alone, gives Harvard the edge en by Chicago, has no great Individ-! sr LsJ rELits.
as the whistle blows. That factor is I nal star, no Keck, no Lourie, no star 1__
one lone individual star, the only of old who, by his scintillating work Coach Sullivan wishes to announce
singled ;payer to stand out head and ; can down the men of Harvard. In- that all men who are trying out withI
shoulders above all the rest on both stead the 'Tiger, hard fought but un-; his cross-country squads to be on,
elevens, George Owen, Crimson half-; defeated, will lick his chops doubtful- hand in Waterman gym on the main
hack. Heralded by no less an author- ly before he trots on to the field. The floor prm tlate lveny o'clock Sat-
ity than Walter Cal n, premier toot- combination consisting of Cray and irday morning for the weekly trial
ball critic of them all, as one of thr; Smith at ends, Treat and Baker at run.
greatest if not the greatest player of tackles, Dickenson and Howard at
all time it isto Oei hom Harvard guards, Alfoerdatacenter, Wingate at Dance: Ypsi tonight. Bergin'r
looks to Ibe that extra added weight quarter, Caldwell and Crum at halIves, IFirst.--Adv.,
that will swing the balance of power and Cleavps at- full, is just a good av-
to the Crimson hosts. The smothering erage lineup Got something for sale? A "Daily"
of Owen by the Princeton defense May lie Foward Passing Game classified'ad will sell it for you-Adv.
would spell defe~at. or a tie game foz' It is the Tiger fight upon which!
Harvard. The failure of the Tigers Princeton adherents must count, the
to crush this mighty Cambridge play- spirit that threw back the powerfuf
er is almost certain to mean the loss thrusts of John Thomas in the Chi;p Gt e
of the contest. cago game just enough to save a vie- G et T he
owemn Not the Only -fan tory.
Owen, of course, is far from being
the only man to be reckohed Wvith. Place your engraving and emboss-
Princeton must face, in addition, a
team that has not yet tasted defeat ing stationery orders with O. D. Ior-
this season, a team that has romped rill, 17 Nickels Arcade, and save thatShirts]
away with all opposition and is look- eleventh hour rush.-Adv.

enced lineup, goes directly to give her
best..
s aroon-Ohio Game Attracts
Of almost equal interest is the Ohio-
Chicago game in the Buckeye stad-
ium. Defeated but not disheartened,E
following this week's revival of spirit,
the Scarlet flashes out against the;
Maroon with hope re-born, a perfected
aerial attack, and a line that is hop-
ing against hope to stop the plunging
of the Chicago backs. Chicago, how-
ever, is expected to win.
How large a score can Wisconsin
roll up on Illinois? Pollowers of
Michigan football will watch for re-
ports fro¬ę) this battle at Madison with
extreme interest. Should the lllinii
hold the Padgeri to a low count Mich-
iuan hopes. for victory on the 18th
will take a decided rise, while an over-
BUSINESS IN ANN ARBOR
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Mince the days of "oie's"
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Ann Arbor to get a cool
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A N ARBOR IS UNBEATEN; SAGINAW HAS
LOST ONLY ONE GAME

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This Coupon Is Worth 75c
3.40 POPLIN SHIRTS 2.75
These shirts are made of
the best quality imported
Poplin - Collar attached.
Ayres & Smith
Caps
This Coupon is Worth 50c
Bring this coupon and you
can gt 50' of" Any Cap
in the house.

BOX F. A. C, DAILY
Friday and
ly Only
Leather or Sheep
Lined Coats
This Coupon is Worth $10
With 15.00 and this cou-
pon you can have your
pick of any leather or
sheep lined coat in the
house. Yaues up to 27.50.
Wool Scarfs
This Coupon is -Worth 50c
With this coupon you can
get 50c off Any Wool Scarf
These are just the thing
for cold dlays.

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TICKETS FOR RSERVED
, SEAT SECTIO N
AtAl(800 S'EATS)
At .AllBookstores 75

Photographer to Michigan Students
Established 1887

GE NERtAL ADMISSION
(Seats at Extrreies of Field)
AT GATE ONLY
Oc)e

Wool Hose
This Coupon is Worth 25c
1.25 CLOCKED WOOL
HOSE 1.00
These are imported from
England and are just the
thing for Winter
DONALDSON
224 South State St.

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PROFtSSOR HENRY S. FRIEZE
Served as Acting President from 1869 to 1871.

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For Michiganensian
Pictures
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Copyright 1922 Hart Schaffner & Marx

TerdayTomorrow!

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MIVIiGAN DATLY
Classiied Rates, Tw* C'ents per ward a day, paid in advance. Min-
imum charge for first day, 25c. Minimum thereafter, 20c. Three
cents per word per day if charged. White space' charged for at rate
of be per agate line. Classified, charged only to those having phones.
Liner Rates: Twelve cents per line, without contract, paid in advance.
PHONE 960

$5 5,

$60,

$65 Suits

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$48.50

MISCELLANEOUS
PARTY WHO took notebook from the
Majestic Billiards belonging to
Murray M. Wilber is well known and
if he does not return it, he will be
reported and his name and address
will be published. 40-2
HANSELMAN-735 Haven Ave. Pro-
fessional photographer. Films de-
veloped 10c. Prints 3-4-5c. 37-61
SITUATION WANTED-First class
typeing promptly and neatly done.
Call 1015-W mornings. 41
MAN named Curby who lost suitcase
communicate with Kalmbach 1680-
R. 41
FOR SALE ,
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-Conn B flat tenor Saxo-
phone, silver; with case good con-
dition. Cooley 2220. 41
WANTED
WANTED-Three adjacent seats Wis-
consn game. Call today or never.
Kniskern 2739-M. 41
WANTED--Coat for full dress suit.
Unfinished worsted, about size 40.
Address Box T. R. H. Daily. 41
WANTED-Room in private home, ov-
er the Wisconsin game. Call Weid-
en 2878-W. 41-2
WANTED-One ticket for the Wiscon-
sin game. Call Rosenthal 1525-M.

WANTED
WANTED--Telegraph operator at
Times News for extra work Satur-
day. Must be good man. 41
LOST
LOST-A Cornell gold football some-
time on Saturday. Owner very an-
xious to recover. Finder please call
251. Reward. 40-3
LOST-On campus near the library,
small yellow pocketbook contain-
ing money and three keys. Finder
- please return to 1117 White Street.
1485-W. 41
LOST-International Law Book (Wil-,
son) in Psych. 26-M. (N. S. F. 214)
at .o'clock Thursday. Call Platt
240-M, 141
LOST-Coduroy coat, corner Madison
and Thompson, Monday afternoon.
Finder please notify Rose, 2866-M.
Reward. 41-2
LOST-De Molay sister pin, Monday
morning. Finder please call 2151-
W after 6 o'clock. Reward. 39-2
LOST-Spectacles in case. Finder
please call 0. J. Peterson, Phone
1125-W. 40-2
LOST-A. 0. Pi sorority pin. Call
2949 if found. Reward. 41-3
FOR RENT
FOR. RENT-Warm quiet room, block
from Campus. Graduate Students
or business women preferred. Phone
1257W. 411
FOR RENT-A mahogany Knable pi-
ano, $5 per month. Also Singer

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It's Corbctt's

in Ann Arbor

Finiest that Hart Schaffaer &-JMarx make
YOUR money can't buy better
woolens than are used in these
suits. Its impossible to find newer
colors, styles, more perfect fits.
Equipped with extra trousers they
will give double the wear ofordi-
nary clothes. This two-day price
means a saving nothing short of re-
markable.

In every town the size of Ann Arbor there is a center
for clothes values - a place where you can always get
what you want and at prices that are always reasonable,
and sometimes astonishingly low. Just now we have a
stock of overcoats that will please you -- the big, warm,
fleecy kind that wears and wears and wears.

You '// be satisfied ---or money back

$35 to $50

We also invite you to inspect our Mufflers, Hosiery,
Neckwear, Shirts and general haberdashery.

The

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Compan
Main Street at Wail ngton

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"It Pays to Pay Cash at Corbett's"
116 EAST LIBERTY ST

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