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________T-lB-MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, O(

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~tc.Mcia passes were tried1 The ~ineup:r ci als : Ref'ercee, fiher {Illinois), Ur- Librar
12tme.Two were complete for a Michigan A.Arary FKiht (~l'iothBad..igures
11AJC ,el lt (Drmot) IIa
n t.g of 56 yards, three were inter_-.Marion ....L.......... :cti~ F xki~, Coaslelo (Georgetown), .r
1e, a(d seven wr nomlt,'Slauhter . .. ,. } I ol an t 3 t, ,1.T:rlr!-i _________ FobQ
N O 7 Jo elosers pased ci yen tO 1 .,.(IO1N Provti...........()
-(Continued from Page tOne) complete._'~e i N
tically helpless to pull the game out ;gisIiek u Rockwell......4 ....
of the fire. , foslna:111 t-eer (CapA.) .AI . ........ t 71>;i. An "air co- Knowledge grows apace in the Unili-
BIg Penalties Iheoathe *raged wr....1.1111 ........1 Uch Y, (h ' n1<22 a izi tiS'l<(d at New vr~sil y. A coriig to recent S7La is-
Miehigmn tasmfwal of rough 2(rlcLeJ: Lq............j,1't.<r i It i y minte tics on book circllation given out
Th aewsfl fruhwrgree by the great play O ;f kIdw '. 1 , ollcbhown toor. fGod5 (Ii t 2 dovrte a-bythe main librarythe stdit boy
A total of 90 yards in penalties being ,Brown anTd t'laughter on the Iil.tochnw I :kW7IC'UJ. tn ;~ . yli e haWekyeptiismoelaistfoceanngths ta
assessed the two elevens. Captain; These three nmen made a majority f jXi ic hi>an : I 'c rr 1'.' .rr ; ~ t .,7'fj'lri i<I: aow a ti ad l. 1his will e Ithan ever bfore
Steger was laid out twide'by unneces- the tacles, and played good fool al IerYi-.(In 1 oi ~( in Ii° =z.t I 4 r,'ftLinzli 11ut th'ear h hsrpr hw htteIo
nary roughness, the Aggies being pen tr>hu.hegm..okel n ierstiiaoo l: ~ :d,I'i (1 ' : y' if e a Taey Thisbert boos Uedha t th tota
alzd frte ls fes.Captain Steger .Were the st ars 11ill the1;!r (1 ('"' 1.y, i-~Ai ,t( a ' I i .1 11CrY.;. I. A y. .,t, T S) r..L 5(.,t1 :-(. The rld0 brais xcuie ofe lwanti de'..-
The two teams were equal on the backfieil, allhough their efforts 'were C:C v 1fni y i , 2(teJp, : :" v-" ~ poinn atextalulibraries, w a nd3,27for
line, and only seven 'first downs wereininized iby the constant sttingLynn peeit : ~n '' \~t' il'rutos.teyea 9t -4 hs sa ies
made, four by the .farmers, and three through o1f the ggie line mre, Who! an1 for (,arw-r, l'ekH, for Si - - -- - -- of 19,968 over the record for t.o'p~e
bthe Wolverines. Neither eleven ex- seem-ed to find holes at one place orlo an, ,!lty.: fo , c" 1( j~ C )p'~d ~ yy~p5~q~~ ~ yaadsem oidct
perienced much luck with the aerud 'aothterl onnearly every play. i I ut)?1, Ctora(~(' r yia in.Of -m . ed:, ;.that the sudntho yi mo, ta

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. ' jZZY. use of books ;do not indic ate Ethe -
Show Thirsttowhc Io;i) oy st:: LT
cA11;'11 nio g tiz ens ibrrycheksupon thousanids of
_h elves Air a brief[ tiye ::e Un-
rusu;_liy enigrossed in scholarly pur- cutd

I'(Dindvidual items of thie circula-1200 Slttdents See
tion;l report disclose that in 1923 thecre rit B at]W A.r
we re 11;,390 books drawn fromi~ the; irs vLta 10 . '
l'oweor 5tUly hail, compared to 132,6901 MoeC' 210U 't t-
in 1922. dent attml('thC ' ji ia-- A. C.
j The figures on the books "drawn .Oi') l ai n h d dcto ycj
out for ho mne use are also lagrer than ihi(I'('::\ VI. A. C t d u
lin the history. of the library. Bobks yesteray atEat mi , ccrd
to the nmber of 18,000 were dlrawn ing fjt!'lio u oh a sim ts
out by students for overnight use in Nsl 0,icuigieaeso
preparing class work. More than the vars-ityhn, aevh Irpo
50, 000 books altogether went into thespcatai, hu rerndo
tirculation on student cardls for home Annt roiat ih.l~se ie
use of more than one day periods,. iN thetrspttinpol, hl
Acecording to W.. W. Bishop, li- score's mae hejorne: atoio

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