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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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V'S GRItD CARD.- TOMORR.OW

Intramural' Items 'COACI

any tickets by the Athletic associa- Dance: Ynsi tonight. Bergin' Lose somethi
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Phi Gamma Delta will play Alpha}
Sigma Phi at 3:15 o'clock this after-
noon for the championship of the
frntvrnity seedba l ag ue The match

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Battle of- Yale and Princeton.Crucia exhibitions of football ever witnessed. bids fair to surpass any of the otherI
Will Wet Hag Three Big Last week Pitt went dwn to Philly matches that have been held in the
.Contst, -- and. nosed out Penn by the .narrow eliinations this fall. The Phi Gam-
margin of a solitary point after touch- na Delta's pa sng ad general team-
TITLE HOPES OF TRIO' iN down in a game in which Penn played wfa4 hork has been the most commendable
'G TEN MAY TAtKE TUMBLE the Pitt eleven practically even. Penn of all that has been displayed. Alpha
- iState however has been going like a'Sigma Phi has been the dark horse
Statehowevr hasbeen omg ia throughout the season-and will put up
Tommnorw marks,the, beginning of house-a-fire and should come out on theruhut th sp u
their, usual fight.
the end for collegiate football for the the long end of the score. One game was played in the inter-
Harvard takes on Brown in what Oegm waplydithinr,,
1922 season. Many games of import- arbad as protin gam hat class speedball games yesterday aft-
ance are schledled and the title hpes tye c ad Corate ges f r ernoon, soph engineers defeating jun-
of several teams in both the East and the Crimson, and Cornell gaoes likewisefor engineers, 9 to 2. There will be'
Wes wil b ethe shttredto iewith Albright. Other e astern games only one contest for, this afternoon,a
Westwill be either shattered to the include Dartmouth at Columbia, and architects beisi scheduled to play
ground or raised. still higher by an- thgAmyatBae.- The Navy is rest-, r tgp
other victory. i Ai prearBation for the Annaolis- fresh engineers.t
In eastern circles the most important ig pin tion foxthe
- 'Vest Point tilt next week.
game by far. is the contest between
Yale and Pri-nceton which should re- Pest as Share ORGANIZATIONS NOTE
sult in'the elimination of another of It is the West however which has -
the Big 'Three of the East from the the largest number of crucial contests. In order that The Michigan
ranks of championship contenders. Excluding the Michigan-Vyisconsin Daily ny. _properly handle all,
Princeton;."confident ' after a hard 'game there are two other games upon news relating to sectional clubs,
fought victory from Harvard last which rest chances. for a look-in on i all such organizations .are re-
week is anxious to make herself the the Conference title. Iowa having gone quested to send in to the city
recognized leader of the three teams) through the Big Ten thus far without desk a. complete list of all off- 4
and will fight harder than she has'jlosing will clash with Ohio State at cers, their names, addresses, ad
been compelled to thus far in the Colunibus. While dope points to the telephone numbers. The Daily I
season to come out on the top end of I lawkeye as the probable winners would also appreciate a state-
the score. Yale however has had two Ohio State has acquired the habit of ientof each club's purposes
eass games the ast two eeks after wrecking the titular hopes of. some and aims.
her strenuous game with the Army and Conference school every season and I By keeping its files complete
should be in almost perfect condition thus far this fall has proved an ex- The Daily will be able, by means.
for the fray tomiorrow. It appears ;ception. The Buckeyes will tight of adequate publicity, to assist-
almost a toss-up as to the winner with hard but unless on a fluke they have E the clubs in securing better at-
the. edge going to Princeton by virtue little chance to best the Iowans. tendance at their meetings,
of their win over the Crimson. last Chicago M1,. Fight
week. Chicago however faces a hard bat- -- -
1'It, Meets 'W. and J. tie if she is to remain in the list Of Music lovers will. find Ted Lewis'
Another game of great importance I undefeated Conference teanms. The new records, "Homesick" and "Tomor-
and' ranking a close second' to the Midway eleven will oppose Illinois, row" at Allmindingers Music Shop.-
Harvard-Tiger fight is the battle be- the team which blasted the hopes of Adv.
tween Pittsburg and Washington-Jef- the. Badgers last week, a team which__
ferson 'This is considered by both is green but confident after this.
teams as the gane, the winning of victory and a team which- is full of
which marks the success or failure of fight from beginning to end. Zuppke Office Hours: 10.12 a.w.
their season and both teams are prim- Ihas moulded an aggregation from 30 p.i. and 7-8 p.m*
ed for it. Pittsburg has not had their green material which will force the Phone 1746-4
usually successful list of victories due Maroons to show every bit of football IRVING WARMOLTS, D. S. C.
somewhat to injuries to the squad they possess inorder to keep in. the
and does not appear to have the abil- I running. In another game Notre /^ OPO t
ity to hold back the strong W. and J: Dame will play Butler, while Minne-
eleven. Althougl they hold a victory sota ill rest. and
ovar Pennsylvania gained last week In the far West, Leland Stanford will ORTHOPEDI T
they must face a formidable foe to- do battle with Washington, and Cali- ORT PE DIST
morrow. W. and J., on the other hand, fernia will take on Nevada in the two
has gone through the season without a most inmprrtnt games. The former
defeat and-after playing an easy game game should- be the: hardest fought, -
last week are in readiness for anoth- with the Cardinal slightly favored. It
er victory at the expense of the is expected that adding machines will
Panthers. be necessary to total the California -

y . MNICE, AN ATTEFIEL
(Continued from Page Six)
Warning that all tickets received by Barr to carry . the ball. In case this
students in exchange for their ath- method fails there are three imen who
letic book coupon maust be used by can forward pass with precision froim
the backfield and at least one end of
them personally, was issued yesterday real ability.
by Coach Fielding H. Yost. He also Defense lat ed
denounced the practice of ticket scalp- Defensive tactics have also received
u. considerable attention for the last
"These tickets are not transferable few days. Practically every aerial
under any consideration," the state- 'play that Michigan has used in other
ment continues. "A complete record is big games of the year is being tried
kept of .every reserved seat issued by by the scrubs in the scrimmages and
the athletic- office, including the name a strong defense against any thing
of the nurchaser and the section, row Michigan may try in that department
and seat number of all tickets allot- has been perfected.
ted. If any tickets are sold for a
higher price that that originally paid. Willa Cather's latest book, reviewed
the person who made the original pur- -,in the Sunday Magazine, Nov. 19.-
chase will not in the future be sold Adv. - -
THE QUALITY OF
THE PAPER
upon which the letter is written
foretells the character and tem- f
perament of the individual. who #
" '/ did the writing. There is no t
disputing the fact that the gent-
1r sex cdelight in receiving let-
ters written 'on high. toned pa-
per and here is where you can
ouy it at t.e best prices.
Our assortment of Christnas
Gift Boxes and Greeting Cards
- is unexcelled. Orders for En--
grasdng should be placed at
once.
0. D. MORRILL
17 NICKELS ARCADIE
'T'he Typewriter and Stationery Store
Open Evenings

DR. W S .MILLS DOROTI
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616 First Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
Office If ours Phone
9.12; 1:30.5 3214F1I

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There is no use trying
have in this line as it is
into detail.

to tell you what we
much too large to go

If you are in need of a pair of gloves drop in
and let us show you the largest assortment of
gloves you ever looked at.

PRICED $2.00 to $7.50

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TINKER,& COMPANY.
South State St. at WilianF St.
THE HOME OF BETTER CLOTHES AND
FURNISHINGS AT FAIR PRICES

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Penn Teams Bafle score against the Sage-Hens.
A third game of importance in. the
East. is the Penn'State-Pennsylvania Clean, energetic boys wanted to sell
encounter at Philadelphia. Penn has Michigan Daily Pictorial Supplements
been the dark horse of the East this Saturday, Nov. 18. An excellent
year with an up and down team. Aft- chance for live wire boys to make a
er defeating the Navy last month in "clean-up" in a short time. Apply
one of the best games seen this year ' Daily Business Office today.-Adv.
thePenn eleven took p; Alabama and ,---
lost to them in one of the poorest Call 445 Huron St. Taxi, 25c.-Adv.
COLUML A S1 FIECLM
CLOSES CLOSES
AT 3 PA ADVERTISING AT 3 PM
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tOmmenCino
Friday,
November 17
ONE -"FOURTH
OFF
SALE
of
Trimm ed
Dress
and
Tailored
Hats
DANA
RICH ARDSON
1li) F. I berty St.

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MICHIGAN DAILY
Classified Rates. Two Cents per word 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 5c 'er agate line. Classified, charged only to those having phones.
Liner Rates: Twelve cents' per line, withouxt con.tract, paid In Advance.
IIONE 960,

Investment or Expense

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WANTED
WAITED-ExPrerenced stenographer
in office on State Street, which has
been doing typing and stenography
for years. We wish to turn this
work over to someone who will care
for office, answer phone, and tale
care of business. Complete office
furnished, heated, and lighted.
This is an excellent propostion for
a stenographer who wants to start
in a paying- business of their own..
Repy to R. T. C., Michigan Daily.
47-2
WANTED-Live wire boys to sell
Michigan Daily Pictorial Supple-
ments Saturday, Nov. 18. Apply to-
day at Business- Dept. Michigan
Daly. Only clean, energetic boys
need apply. 45-3
WANTED-You to get your. extra
blankgets andcoats now.. Also robes
for the~ game, at Surplus Supplies
Store,. 213 N. 4th Ave.' Have your
guests comfortable Friday and Sat-
urday. 47
WANTED-Two or three consecutive
seats, for Wisconsin game, in North
or South. stand, between the 20 yard
lines. Call Frank at 1069-F-2 at
noon hour or after 5:00 p. m. 44-4
WANTED-50 boys to sell Michigan
Daily, Pictorial Supplements Satur-
day, Nov. 18. Good proposition and
chance to make good money. "Re-
port today at Daily office. 45-4
WANTED-To exchange two good
single tickets or two in block M
for seats adjacent to section U, row
41, seat 23. Please call 652-M at 1:30'
or after 6:30. 47
WANTED-Will make trade of good
Wiscorsin ticket for ticket to Un-
io dance Friday night. Call Chris-
tie at 3104 between 12 and 1. 47

FOR SALE
*FOR SALE-Several articles of good
second hand clothing, coats, dresses,
etc., sizes 40 and 42. Call between
9 and 11 a. m. Apartment A-2, 619
E. University, Phone 1393-R. 46-2
FOR kALE-I will take your. old type-
writer In con a new Remington
portable. S. II. Conkey, 432 Thomp-
son, 1128-J. 46-3
FOR -SALE-Snappy four passenger
closea car. Mechanically 0. K.
Fine finish. Bargain. Call Eddy,
2690-W. 47-3
FOR SALE-Buick six touring. Good
condition. Cheap. for quick sale.
Phone 1203-J. ~ 45-3
LOST
LOST-Fancy gold barrel of Conklin
fountain pen between Barbour Gyms
and Newberry Residence, Tuesday.'
Finder pleaso call 2338, ask for
Marion Good. Reward. 46-3
LOST-Ladies Lancet wrist watch.
Finder please return to Ann Arbor
Press or call 1518-W. Reward. 46-2
LOST-Ticket to Wisconsin game,
South stand row 30, section I, seat
17. Call 2850-M.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Five room steam heatel
apartment, near campus. Phone
2648-R. 46-2
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Taking the Roar
out of
The other day .
a man with a facc
as dark as a
thundeicloud
and voice tQ match,
slammed our
front door.
He had come
to pay his bill.
He was. angry!
He liked our work
but not our price.
After a lengthy
explanation
the roar left the thunder.
REMEMBER!

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You make an investment when you buy a home or
a car. Do th sameC thing when you buy a suit or
overcoate You make an investment in service,
satisfaction, and good appearance when -you buy '

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KUPPENHEIMER

'GOOD LOTHES
They do! not cost any more - prices are the Lowest
of three years. Yet the fabrics and tailoring are far
better than ever before. New and exclusive styles.

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EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY-for
the first 50 boys. Make good money I
selling Michigan Daily Pictorial
Supplements Saturday, Nov. 18. Re-
port today at the Daily office. 45-4
WIL4 CtAN f one Senior ickct
fot W1,r"isfn game for 2, ;, or 4.

NAF. ALLEN CO.

WANTED- Tickets for Wisconsin'

21 1 SOU'TH MAIN

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