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November 25, 1923 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 1923-11-25

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, I1

Will Play "Job"
Here Tuesday
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punted to the Michigan 19-yard line
where the ball was grounded. Steger
broke through the center of the line
for seven yards.
:.;;":rKipke made two yards on a line
plunge. Rockwell broke through for!
first down on the Minnesota 35-yard
line by a quarterback sneak. Yick
made two yards around left end. Kipke
punted to Martineau, who was downed
in his tracks on his own 23-yard line.
1"Lidberg made two at center. Mar-
tineau made seven around left end.
Lidberg made it first down on his own
36-yard line by a line plunge. Martin-
eau made two yards on a line plunge.
Muirhead threw Martineau for no gain.
* Lidberg made two at center. Mar-
tineau punted otu of bounds on the
'W Michigan 24-yard line. Vick made
four yards off right tackle. Steger
stumbled and lost four around left
GEORGE SOMNES end. Substitution: Herrnstein for
Steger.
George Somnes who will take the Kipke punted out or bounds on the
leading part in the presentation of! Minnesota 41-yard line. Martineau
"The Book of Job" as well as some lost a yard at left end. Time out for
of the shorter plays of the Portman-Babcock. Substitution: Clapp for
Mathews. Babcock stayed in the
teau Players who appear Tuesday af- game. A pass by Martineau was in-
ternoon and night in Hill Auditorium tercepted by Kipke on his own 24-
under the auspices of the Oratorical yard line.
Association.! Herrnstein hit the line for four
A_____a___n,_yards. Substution: Miller for Vick.
Miller made two yards through the
Tryouts for 'Enslan Wanted I line. Kipke punted to Martineau who
All sophomores who wish to try out returned : yards to his own 30-yard
for the Michiganensian are asked tol line. A long pass by Martineau was
report at 3 o'clock at the Press build- intercepted by Kipke on the 5E0-yard
ing. This is an opportunity for un- Hg line.
dercassen t ge a ood osiion Hill made a yard through the line.
derclassmen to get a good position4 olwl-aetreo ure
'Rock~well . male three on a quarter
on the 'Ensian staff. sneak. M1nnnesota was penalized five
yards for :off side. First down for
It's true efficiency to use Daily! Michigan on the Minnesota 42 yard
Classifieds.-Ad line. Kipke galloped off left tackle

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for five yards as the game ended. I jury forced Utz to stow away his
Score, MichIgan, 10; Minnesota 0. moleskins for the year and forever as
far as college football competition is
Summary: Touchdowns, Michigan, concerned. And Rockwell is discov-
Rockwell. Field goals, Michigan, tered.
Kipke. Substitutions: Michigan,
Kunow for Babcock; Babcock for Ku- Last year the cry was "watch Mar-
now; Herrnstein for Steger; Miller tineau" and again this year the cry,
for Vick. Minnesota, Stanbeck for was "watch Martineau." Both last
Graham; Gross for Swanbeck; Peter- year and this year the cry was heeded
son for Grose; Mathews for Abraham- I and Martineau, although he put up a
son; Clapp for Mathews. Scholl for good game, was not given opportunity
Ecklund. to get off some of his scintillating'
end-runs and flashy kick run-backs.
Two years ago an injury to Ted
Banks. Varsity quarterback, g'ave a Only four men who started against
sub-quarterback his chance. And Ute- Minnesota last year were in the game
ritz was discovered. This year an in- for Michigan yesterday. These men

Neisch, and of the four only Slaughter
will be a probable starter in next
year's set-to.
Yesterday's contest was the third in
which Martineau and Kipke have
faced one another. Had it not been
for his injury Uteritz would have also
played for the third time against the
Gopher star. Muirhead also faced
Minnesota for the third time.
The night before the game the bet-
ting fraternity were offering five to
three and even five to one on Minne-
sota. The results of the game rather
had an upsetting effect on the
"sports,"

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$4.50, 10.00, 12.50, 17.50, 20.00, 25.00, 30.00 and 35.00

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BOOKSTORES

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Here are three specials you
can choose for dinner to-day:
Baked Virginia Ham,30c;Ten-
derloin Steak, 40c; Chicken
Fricassee with Dumplingas5Oc.
Arcade Cafeteria

Up stairs,

Nickels

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saved! Benzol,
unlike other cleaning
agents, leaves no
sticky film to attract
new dirt. $1.50 will
put any man's suit
in fresh, absolutely
spotle ss condition.
We prove it daily.
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It's a bit different from the ordinary
types of clothes you see.
But whether you like this or something
else, we want you to know that we
know how to satisfy you as to style,
quality-and price.
Instead of a few patterns, we offer you
several hundred to choose from-im-
ported and domestic-and the styles
are "the last word"-all the way from

- TIM EFOR TU2jj
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"TAILORED TO YOUR IDEA"
By Kahn, of Indianapolis
Take a look at our
Fifty-three-Dollar Special
Better grades if you desire $53 to $100
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