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THE MICHI1GAN, DAILY

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111 rtand give their nsupport asen 'thefecros
fILLAND OD [tE ENTiiIfaoutrytea n a otfbeendeeae
cthis falland it looks like a cleanz
UN'I M HI sate or tem.This Will be the last t
{ time that the stuident body will have
RU~ I TaPIYhancet to see -tleir hill anddae
teamu in. action b~efore the Conference
F SIiN)d EN TO IhAVE SE 11A IE ,'mcet at Purdue a wcek from this corn-
{ M1'EETl OVER GEM YES :lu g Saturday.
AVENUE I'.VOURli , Isbell, winner of the triangular
maed with Illinois and Ohio State, irl
.~ oac Farel's ~ctrios cosspicked for the winner, and" will no
S Coch arrll' vitorouscros;loubt have things his own way.
country team will not meet outsideE Arndt and Bivewn fighting it out for
competition this week as the annual second and third places with the odds
1-arphanm Trophy race will be run off in -Arndt's favor. The race should
Saturday. Michigan's onesided- Vic-;prove to be a close sccond-. one and.
fors over Illinois and Ohio State 'by as is often the case, there mray be a.~
score of 20 to 47 and 53 showed that :up>seti h koe heohrmnta
Steve has a strong, wvell rounleci team ,placed in the race last Saturday havo'
this fall. ,lhown that they have excellent ma-
Coach Farrell is not takling wany terial amongI them for winners ii% the
chances andl is deter mfed to keep ;later races.
his, men in good- shape ,for the con- l---
ference race a week (#roni next Satur -s :1x)FEttS Si1:EK REVJTa~xN.E FRO1
(jay. This meet will he the biggest o)' VxII~i''ry 1)1 t ST I:?1t DEFE'kAT.1
the year and MichIigan has anl ex cl- -
lent chance of winning it, 'if her znec;_
run as well as they did last Sal urdacy. (Coatinuedc from Page Six)
I Any students on the camttpuns except Lainz., and Taft i+ ading theoffensive.
freshmnen will b~e allowed to combec;q No oae Was; cj'0usly injured in the
in tfhe J-arphanr Trophy race on Sat-; lnt !.an btrle and the teaml will be in
urday. Cups will be given t a the fir. 'i t'e l eat 01f(oiclitn. The system of
'he xe dthwinrwlhveatak N"ilinal-rbbiiybchn-his name engravedt upon the 3arpha , edI froin that used in the earlier games
Trophy cup which is in the gynina c the season. Practically everything
simn. Three slightly sm-aller cup:I was rtsc~ed in the attempt to stein the
will be giv7en to the winner; o1:tine tide last wceek and the. Michigan
Freshman race which will be run off coaches and p~layers'swere on hand to
at the same time. se 2 everything. Coach' Yost, togeth-
This race will. be run over (eddes er with Coaches Kittle and Weiman,
CAvenue if the course is in good con-= Cap'tain Goebel, Uteritz, and Cappon
dition by that time. If not the event viewved the str~uggle from an advan-
Swill be staked over the Harphamu Tro- tagcous pc~:it~on.
(ph~ course which starts from the Fer- ( Duiring; the coining week a great
ry IiehF club house. deal of stress will be laid on. the de-E
The student body is expected to i clopracut of a sound aerial defensey
take, considerabe interest in this race in view of the Wolverines strength in
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15I3 FLOOD SIN FLOOD.
IS COMINGIS CO ING
THUiRSIAY -SATURDAY

that department. During the Minne-
Scta game two weeks: ago straight line
plunging gained the most ground for
the Badgers and if MLichigan's line
sems the least bit unsteady the lar - !

cr part c; the attack will b~e
thirough the veteran Cprdinal

Have YOU signed
pledge ?-Adv.

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Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Books
Caroeras and Supplies.
Candies, Laundry Agency, Tobaccos

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Or-dinarily, the gridiron v4 o ld seemI
a place where physical prowess tri-I
umips over all, but aftei taking- a few
lidelong squints -at Charley s Buell,
Harvard's hard-working, hard-think-{
ing little captain, one begins to ques-
tion the advantage of brawn even on
the football field.
Buell is commonly referred to as the
brainest field general in the East. All
that Charley has to do on the dlay of
a big game is line up against 'a squad
of beefy opponents andy "think" Har-.'
vard to victory.
That this slende-r, little, Crimson
captain spent many boyhood hours ini

variety theaters where be-whispered which ba bal-carrier receives; copse-I
coniG~aurers_ held forth with purp le iel- quiently B~uell seldom~ goes in for that; ,
}J , but on the various occasions that
vet drppes and rolled i cuffs is evin Charley has called on himself to carry'
den'ced by his love for the sleight oL the ball,' he has gained. ground. lie
hand Hi maseryof he i0V~30I dodged the whole Yale team last Nov-
see it, now you don't-" process is, un- l~rfra 5 adrn
cannyIlie bewilders the oppositionc
right and left, of times changing an He is one of the surest throwers:
apparently formidable, group of war- of the for'ward-pass on the gridiron,
riors into a flock of open-mouthed kicks well as any man on the Harvarr
yokels with his numerous feints and; team and has a brain that works like
'hide and pigskin tactics, a streak of greased lightning.
According to rules and regulations,11Buell does more with-his head thanl
a Harvard quarterbaa ck is not permlit-- the average plaiyer does with his 'whole
E test to subject :himself to the battering phzysi.qua. In Gharley;- Harvard -un- v
questionably possesses just about the
smartest quarter' in ,the great Ameni-
I F E TIS {car pastime.
COLUMN I Have YOU signed, your LEAGfUE
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Classified -Rates. Two :Cents per word a 'day, paid ,in advance. Mn-
imuum charge for Airst day, 25c. Minimum thereafter, 20c. Three
cents per word per day it, charged. White spa~ce charged for at rate
of 5c per agate line. Classified, charged only to those having phones.
Liner. Rates: Twelve cents per line, without contract, paid in advance.
PRONE 960

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WANTED-Two or three consecutive
seats for Wisconsin game, in North'
or South stand, between the 20 yard
linies. 'Call Frank at- 1069-F-2 at
noon hour or after 5:00 p. mn.- 44-4
WANTED-Two tickets for- the Wis-
conisin game, together prefered, but
will take single ones. Phone 1212-
J. 44-2
WANTED-Five tickets for the Wis-
cous~in game. Need not be together.
Call Watson, 1592-M. 44-3,
WANTED-To rent .steam heated. ga-
rage, near.Cutting: Apartments. Mrs.
Rs.Phone 3125. 44-3
WANTED-Tickets for *Wisconsin
game~. Any number up to eight. Call
Hagerman, 2344-R. 43-3
WANTED-Two Wisconsin tickets for
onje Junior ticket and fcash. Call
Stirton, 2096-W. 4-4
WANTED-Four tickets for Wiscon-
sin game. Call 2953-W, for. Olson or
leave number. 43-3
WANTED-Tickets. for Wisconsin
gamie. Call 1913-41 George or leave
num~ber. 42-6
WAN~TED--Two tickets for the Wis-
consin game. Call Dajnoose, 2127-
M. 44
WAN~TED-Two tickets for the Wis-
cousin game. Call" Hansen 2329-M.
44-2
WAN~TD-Three tickets for Wiscon-
sin. game. Call M. Taylor, 370-M.

[LOST1
LOST-Hand bag. on road between
Ann Arbor- and Whaitemlore Lake,
Sat., Nov. 11, containing papers
with the name Bainber. Finder
please'"call 2860-M. 44-f G
LOST-Sunday night nea r State
St, dark. overcoat belt with two
smooth' buttons. If found please,
calb mess -at 1306-W. 44-2
LOST-Strayed or stolen. Brindle and
white. bulldog puppy. Answers to
name of Pat. Reward. Phone 2952-
J. 44
LOST-York B flat tenor Saxophone
from cloakroom of Union. Reward.
Phone .1864-W: Ask for Berndt,
43-3
LQAST-Schaeffer fountain pen, Satur-
day on Baldwin, Washtenaw or So,
Univ. Reward. Call 2949. 44-2
LOST-Barrel of Wttlahl pen between
Ingalls and Maynard. Thursday.
Phone 1683. 43-2
LOST-My pen troubles, at Rider's of
course. 21
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HOLDS 200 DROPS CTf INK. ALWAYS WRITES. RIDER (SELRVICE
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FOR RENT-Attractie single room
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Phone 261-M. 44
FOR'RENT-Well furnisli droom
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Vests,. Leather Jackets, Hunting Goats, etc.
00D. WoAiyS'rts,
Corduroy and. Blankets Shirts
Munson Army, Officers' Dress and Hiking, Shoes,
Puttees, HighmTops and Moccasin Packs, Breeches
Knhickers, Golf and Sport Hose for ladies and men.
AUTO ROBES and STEAMER RUCS

F or. over fifty years,
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Fall fashions show, many new style features.
-Typical Kuppenheimner 'tailoring in fine all-
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3 phone, nearly new,. Call 77.9 at
meal time- or 2549--\. 44 I

$35 $40 $45
OTHER . GOOD MAKES
$25 -AND $30

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