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YILLI
TURDY

Duffy's Team is Underdog as Result
of Season of Defeats by Weak
Opponents
PRESIDENTS ALMOST INTACT
FROM LAST YEAR'S SQUADj
The only important gridiron con-
test in this neighborhood Saturday
will be the clash between Greasy
Neale's bunch of huskies from Wash-
ington and Jefferson and the Univer-
sity of Detroit in Detroit. This is
the game toward which Jimmy Duffy
has been pointing his Red and. White
warriors all year and victory for the
Detroit eleven in this contest means
more than a whole season of victor-1
ies. -
W. and J. Powerful ,
In spite of the fact that the Presi-
dents suffered their first defeat in
nearly two years last week at the
hands of the Pittsburgh Panthers, 19
to 0, they are bringing one of the
most powerful teams in the country to
Dinan field on Nov. 25. The great elev-
en tiat went through last year with
such a splendid recbrd dropping many
of te best teams in the East and end-
ing'in the two great post-season
games against Detroit and Califor-
nia, is almost entirely intact. :Captain
Stein, All-Americafi tackle, and Kon-
volinka, are the only stars who are
missing:
The'great Red and Black backfield
is composed of exactly the same crew'
of line wreckers that performed last
year and the line is as sturdy an ag-
gregation of frontiersmen as will be
found anywhere. In Widerquist,
Vince, Perkins, and Crock, they pos-
ses a quartet of linesmen that would
grace any line in the land. Captain
Brenkert, a Detroit boy, West, .Basis-
ta, and Erickson are the ball-toters
who have only been stopped once in
two years.
Last Saturday's defeat rankles in
the hearts of the Red and Black grid-
ders and they are coming to the Mo-
tor ,City with the idea of snowing the
Detroit crowd under an impressive.
score. They are scheduled to battle
with West Virginia Thanksgiving day
and are anxious that they shall ap-
pear as formidable as of yore to the
Mountaineers.
Poor Year For Detroit
Detroit has had the poorest season
that has fallen to its lot since Jimmys
Duffy took over the reins five years
ago. What appeared at the begin-
ning of the year to be a most formid-
able machine has proved to be at the
best only a mediocre organization. Af.
ter defeating Boston College in one
of the most thrilling battles possible,
the Red and White lost to Springfield
College 6 to 0, the first time in five
years that a Detroit team 'has not been
able . to score. The following Satur.
day ,they were held to a 6 to 6 tie by
the ittle heard of Lombard outfit, and'
last week Marquette dropped them 6
to 3 Marquette smeared almost ev-
ery ijlay Detroit tried. Only the edu-
cated toe of Paul Hogan saved the day
on m~any occasions.
Hogan Big Hope
Hogan is the lad who is carrying the
Upton Sinclair's sensational bopk
"They Call Me Carpenter", reviewed
in The Sunday Magazine for Nov. 26.

hopes of every U. of D. supporter in GRAPH TICKET SALE ON 3
the W. and J. clash. They believe
that Sonnenberg, Gillis, McNamara, Tickets for the grid graph repro-
and Ellis will be able to account for dctsnor the gidhgaph reso-
the stopping of the Presidents' attack duction of the Michigan-Minnesota I
and that Hogan will be able to boot game to be held Saturday.afternoon.
the ball between the bars whenever in Hill auditorium will go on sale this
the Red and White machine gets in morning. They may be obtained forI
W. and J. territory. While the four
Detroit linesmen are of excellent I50 cents apiece at any of the follow-
caliber they will not be able to bear ng places: Wahrs,- Graham's, Hus-.
the entire burden. The Detroit ends ton's Alumni hall, and the Union.
are oeflly eak thy hae file The electrical board and apparatus;
are woefully weak; they have failed cmrsn h rdgahwl r
to drive end runs in toward center comprising the grid graph will ar-
and they re portacklers w ent rive either tomorrow or Friday. Op-
gt d.erators will arrive Saturday morning
get down under a punt. Hogan wily, to install the board in the auditorium
punt for 60 yards and the Detroit
ends will allow the receiver to run in time for the game.
the ball back 25 yards before stopping__
him.
The. backfield is not on the alert HILL AUDITORIUM
against an aerial attack and teams ELECTRICAL
which have boasted even an ordinary SCOREBOARD
passing equipment have gained easily.S OVEMBER 25TH
W.and J. defeatecd Lafayette by pass -__NO___E___BE____________

FERRY FIELD STANDS SOON tection against the severe weather
TO RECEIVE WINTER GARB and the track will be raked and made
ready for early spring practice.
With the last football game to be When this is done the west stands,
played at home over with, work on will be moved back. This in itselfE
cleaning up Ferry field and making it takes considerable time and effort.
ready for the winter will begin im- The stands are first raised by means
mediately. Tin covers will first be of huge hydraulic jacks and then plac-
placed upon all of the seats as a pro- ed upon rollers. They are carried back

in the same way as the houses are
being moved from the University pro-
perty.,
It is estimated by Lorenzo Thomas,
Superintendent of Ferry field, that :t
Will take until the middle of Decem-
ber to complete all of the work.
Michigan Daily Pictorial Supplements

Jane Ellingson, withi a caricature :
the editor in The Sunday Alagazine f-r
Nov. 26.-Adv.
Typewriters, all popular makes, in-
cluding portable. For sale or rent.
S. A. Moran, Room 2, 2nd floor, 711 N.
Unlv.-Adv.

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es and made five first downs in suc-
cession by means of seven beautiful
heaves against Pitt; with this in mind
the Detroit coaches are spending no
little time perfecting a defense against
the Brenkert to Kopf or Spillers com-
bination.
Intramural Items

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The final game between Nu Sigma
Nu and Phi Gamma Delta in speed-
ball will be played at 4:15 o'clock
this afternoon on south Ferry field.
! Coach Sullivan wishes' to see all of
the mnen on 'the freshman cross coun-
try squad at 4 o'clock this afternoon
in Waterman gymnasium. An im-
portant nmieting wi l1i) 3 eld ' nd{
Coach Sullivan urges that every man
be present.
The interfraternity cross h country
run will be held at 4:15 o'clock, Fri-
day afternoon, over the course that
has been selected by the Intramural
department. It is imnerative that the
men who will run for their houses be
in the gymnasium by 4 o'clock Aharp,
as the run will start promptly. All en-
tries that have not been filed should be
handed.into the Intramural office by 5'
o'clock this afternoon.{
An Al-eampus cross country meet
will be held under the auspices of the
Intramural department at 4:15 o'clock
Monday afternoon. Anyone who is an
enrolled stuwder( in ,the University,
and has not won his'fresh numerals or
a Varsity letter is eligible to partici-
pate. Entries for this event should bq
telephoned into the Intramural office
at once.
PX-SERVICE MEN 144UST
FILE CLAIMS BY DEC. 16'
All claims for vocational training by
ex-service men should be filed by Dec.I
16, according to authorities. In ac-
cordance with the vocational rehabili-
tation act of June 10, 1922, no claims
will, be considered after this date. A
veterans bureau nurse will be at West
hall this afternoon for consultation
with federal students.
Information with regard to rein-
statement or conversion of insurancej
may be secured from the United States
veterans bureau, 318 East Jefferson
avenue,, Detroit, Mich.
A review of "The Knight of the
Burning Pestle", by Delbert Clark, in
The Sunday Magazine for Nov. 2.--
Adv.

Beating Old Man
Webster
Noah Webster became
famous when he wrote,
70,0 00 words
~Pencil
carries in its magazine
15 double length leads
with a writing milege
of 540,000 words.
It requires a new lead
only once for every
36,000 written words
and is so simply con-
structed that it always
works. Will not clog
at the point.
The GIFT-shown here-
of Rolled Gold $3.00. In
Rolled Silver $1.00.
See this and other models
at your stationery or cooper-
ative store.

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Distinctive Neck-
Wear, 75c - $2.50
A TIE may be a small item
in your apparel but it's
one by which you're apt to be
judged. All the new colors,
shapes and patterns are here,
at 75c to $2.50.
Correctly Styled
Tuxedos, $35, $50
FOR Thanksgiving's formal
events a tuxedo's the thing
to wear. Absolutely correct
in every detail. Richly finished.
Exceptional values at $35 and
$50:

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Ingersoll Redipoint Co., Inc.
W . 1. Ingersoll, Pres.
461 Fourth Ave., New York Cityj

A

warm overcoat

for Thanksgiving
Smart,' Comfortable, nexpensive

YOU OUGHT

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DECEMBER
BRUNSWICK
RECORDS

THE, penetrating chill of' bleak fall days
makes a big, warm overcoat essential
to comfort. But you needn't spend any
large sum, for there are smart coats here
at these low prices. Tailored of rich wool-
ens, too, so that you'll get long wear. In
plain colors and all the newest overplaids.

NewManhattan
Shirts are Here
T HE name Manhattan on a
shirt signifies all that's new
in style, fabric and color. Most
have collars attached. As low-
priced as $2.50.

THIS.

LASSIFlE

TH IS
COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

Among the
Many Big Hits
are

$35

$40

3 P.M.

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MICHIGAN DAILY
ssified Rates. Two Cents per word a day, paid in advance. MXl-
un charge for first day, 25c. Minimum thereafter, 20c. Three
ts per word per day if charged. White space charged for at rate
5c per agate line. Classified, charged only to those having phones.
er Rates: Twelve cents per line. without contract, paid in advance.
PHONE 960

LOST
EWARD-For information lead-
to the recovery of new Ford r
pe. License No. 565-618. En-
No. 6594483. Stolen Friday
ling, Nov. 17. on North Univer-
near Hill auditorium. Phone
-R or call Margaret Trainer,
S. Thayer St. 50-2
-Between Ferry field and L
y, mink neck choker on Satur-
by an alumnus. Lberal reward.
ile Tracy, Nurses' Dormitory.
versity hospital. Call Univ. 175.
50-2
-Lady's black handbag, be-
en Detroit and A. A., presumably
veen Ypsi and A. A. Contains
er's card. Reward. Mildred
rel, 939 Greenwood, A. A. 50-2
-String of pearls either in foot-
stands or between there and
ner of Diviion and Monroe Sts.
eral reward. Call ' 357, 50-3
-A traveling bag containing
nan's apparel from Martha Cook
ibule Friday evening. Reward.
amir Stotzer, 290.s 50-2

ALOST
LOST-Friday, Nov. 17, small brown
purse containing change and wrist
watch. 117 White St. Phone 1485-W.
51
LOST-Brooch, gold with red stone,
at Armory, Saturday night. Re-
ward. Call 2325. 50-2
LOST-A gold pen and pencil recent-
ly, engraved "U. of M." Call 738 -W.
Reward. 51-2'i
LOST-Last week Airdale puppy. Call
421 or 7136 F-2-1. Reward. 5±-
LOST-AMy pen troubles, at Rider's of
course. 21
WANTED

Tomorrow
I'Wish.I Knew
Arnold Johnson's Orchestra
--- Record No, 2326-75c -
Mr. Gallagher and Mr. (hean
Board Walk Blues
Bennie Krueger's Orchestra
- Record No. 2327-75c
Homesick
Ji-Jl.-Boo
Carl Fenton's Orchestra
--- Record No. 2325-75c -
Do I?
Early in the Morning Blues
The Brox Sisters Trio
--- Record No. 2330-75c -
Homesick
Carolina in the Morning
Marion Harris
- Record No. 2329-75c

Crombiegreatcoats

Satisfaction or money back

Suits, $45'
D RESSING up for Thanks-
giving meansone of the
new pencil stripe suits. Made
of undressed worsteds in blue
or black. Three and four but-
ton coats; extra trousers. $45.

Pencil

Stripe

$75 finest made
Of ivoolens from Aberdeen, Scotland

UPERB examples of overcoat tail-
L)Soring and fabrics, w i t h stylish
lines and colorings that will make
them the most distinctive garments
seen. Huge, roomy affairs with deep
pockets. They'e aristocrats in every
respect. Money back f you don't
think so

WANTED-A Rider Pen which
to write at touch. Rider's
Shop.

falls
Pen
211

HEAR THEM AT

WANTED-Heated garage. Call
Crane 2127-M. 51.2
FOUND
FOUND-At Rider's Pen Shop. A real
fountain pen for exams. 21
MISCELLANEOUS

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Reule Conlin

Luggage for the
Trip Home
,T'T RIM appearing, service-
able luggage is just as im-
portant for your Thanksgiving
trip as the clothes you wear.
There's everything here from a
Boston Bag at $3.65 to a huge
wardrobe trunk at $55.

-Brown pocket book between
ch Street and Chubb's. Satur-
night. Finder call 863-R. Ask
R. Derbyshire. 51

DANCE-Schwaben Hall Wednesday
night, Janke's Orchestra. 49-3
THENRY T)TETERLE.

Phono Shops
110 East Washington Street
PHONE 3060

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