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German Railways Bfegn T6 Function Under U. &4Plan

yard Inc Michigan was penalized
15 yards for balding on the play, and
It was the Wolverine ball on their
own 12 yard line. Rockwell punted

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German railways have begun t j function under the reparations plan formulated by Owen. D. Young and
Charles G. Dawes, Americans. The board of administration is seen at its f irst session. Front (left to right): S
ir William Acworth, British delegate; Edouard Arnhold; Herr Kloeckner. Dr. Carl von Siemens, president, of
board. Dr. Oesor, minister of communications, and Dr. Stileler. Standing;(). to r.): Herr Sarter, traffic director;
Herr Wolf; herr Fischer; M. Saare, of France; Dr. Ott; Mr. Miller; Jules Jadot; M. Back, former premier; M.
'*Leverve; M. Ma 'get; T. J icr'i.
(Continued from Page Six)
JEEST RECEIVED Beautiful silk returned it to the Wisconsin 41 yard
lingerie, both gown and chemises line.,
STUDENT DELIVERY very reasonably priced. Also the Time out. D. Harmon went through
DELIVERIES TO ANY PART OF new circle sash to be worn as a the left side of the 'line for twc
CITY 50c. Bagage and truiks yirdle. Yards. Harris jumped through righi
checked free. OPEN TILL 9:00 P. THlE QUALITY SHOP guard for three more. Wisconsin's
M. AND SUNDAYS. Light truck- 303 South Main St. ball on.their own 49 yard line. Lar-
ing of all kinds. Phone 35i-J. C. Ison failed to gain at center. L. Har-
F. Le;erett, Prop. FOR RENT mon kicked out of bounds on the
CORONA WIEONMichigan 44 yard line. Steger made
' RAVE t Yew RITraS Our, vER GOING ,AWAY Will rent 'two at left ,'ard. Steger made one
1'1HiAVE' tha new Corona Four, ' very reasonable to responsible cou~ yard at right tackle as the quartei
yadddat r right0 taklr": h qare

to Larson, who caught the ball on
the Michigan 47 yard line, and after
running into Harris" was dropped in
his tracks. A long pass, D. Harmon,
to Polaski, was grounded.
Another long pass, Harris to Long,
was also incomplete.
A pass from D. Harmon to L. Har-
mon put the ball on the Michigan 441
yard line. Dutch Manion made a
shoestring tackle on L. Harmon on;
this play with a clear field ahead of.
him.- Leo Harmon kicked out of(
bounds on the Michigan 20 yard line.
Picking his holes carefully, Fried-
man gave Michigan a first down on:
their 43 yard line. Marion went;
through the line for six yards. L. i
Harmon intercepted Friedfaan's pass
and ran it back:to Michigan's.43 yard
line, where he was forced out of
bounds by Slaughter.
D. Harmon made a yard off leftI
A 30 yard pass by Larson fell to
the ground. Wisconsin's ball on the
Michigan 45 yard line. L. Harmon's
long pass over the left side of the
line wvas knocked down by Flora.
Larson's long pass was intercepted
by Friedman on the Michigan 28 yard
line. Friedman made six yards at left
tackle. Marion made first down as
the half ended. Score: Michigan 7,
Wisconsin 0.
. Third Quarter,
Schwarze, a 260 pound sophomore,
replaced Straubel at right tackle. .
Friedman kicked off across the
Badger goal line, the ball going into>
play on the Wisconsin 20 yard line.
Harris plunged through right guard
for *two yards. Steger caught Har-
mon's punt on the Michigan 35 yard
line, and returned it five yards, giving
it to Michigan on her own 40 yard
Marion plunged through left- guard
for two yards.
Breaking through right tackle, and
shaking off tackler after tackler.
Rockwell gave Michigan a first down
on the Wisconsin 35 yard line. On the
next play Friedman purposely threw

a short. pass to Polaski for a gainw
of six yards.
McAndrews' pass was grounded.
Leo Harmcn punted over Mio:higan's
goal line, the ball being . brought out
to Michigan's 20 yard line. Gregory
made four yards through ceniter. Mar-
ion made a yard through center,
3-Herrnstein substituting for Gregory.
Rockwell punted to Wisconsin's 25
yard line. McAndrews was thrown
for .a ten yard loss, covered by three
Michigan men. L. Harmon punted to
Michigan's 35 yard line, Rockwell re-
turning the ball to his own 45 yard
line. Michigan was penalized 15 yards
on the play, placing the ball on her
own 25 yard line. Time out for both
Grube was substituted for Flora at
right end.. Herrnstein failed to gain
through the left side of the line. Mar-
ion made a yard through the right
side. Rockwell ,punted to .Wisconsin's
35 yard line. Straubel going in for
L. Harmon threw a pass to Pol.-Aki,
who brought the ball to Michigan's
47 yard line. Time, out for Wiscon-
Leo Harmon's 25 yard pass was
grounlled. McAndrew went through
right tackle for htree yards. Harris's
ten yard pass over the center of the
line was incomplete. L. Harmon
kicked out of bounds on the Michi-
gan 24-yard line.
Grube fell on Rockwell's punt on
the Wisconsin 28 yard line. Rockwell
intercepted Harmon's pass on the
Michigan 42 yard line, fumbled and
then recovered. Rockwell's punt 'was
downed by Grube on the Wisconsin
7 yard line. Harmon kicked from
behind his goal to Rockwell, who re-
turned tho ball ten prards to the
Wisconsin 30 yard line. Friedman
made a three yard gain around left
Lietl went in for Straubel who was
injured. Friedman's long pass tot


In B]est Form

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Herbert Steger ,
Whose splendid fighting spirit was
one of the mainstays of the Michi-
gan team. Herb held down his new
position at quarter in a brilliant man-
ner, gudiing the team in a heady fash-
ion .through the ha'd fought contest.

"Butch" Slaughter
One of the greatest mainstays of
Michigan's team this year has been
Slaughter, veteran guard, who yes-
terday played one of the greatest

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'viui s anuara ieyr UUIas ,L v, v
'Corona Thiree, with three-hank key-
board, at $50. Also a full line of
typewrites of all makes and sup-
plies. Terms it desired. Renting
marl r nnirinsr .l c fs.i-al t

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17 Nickels' Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
CLEARANCE SALE until November
Is-t in order to make room for ourj
large Christmnas stock.
14 Nickels' Arcade.
The New Stationery Store.
ALTO BUESCHER Saxophone used
four months. Good eondition. Call[
HIolnm 2967-J.


$3.45. At Koch & Ilenne, 300 S.
FOR SALE Old violins. A collection
of old Italian. violins, cello, mando-
lins and guitars. .am-s Coon, 533
S. Main.
GLEE CLUB MEN Two full dres
coats with waistcoats, sizes 37 and'
40. Excellent condit ion. Call
1560-W before 7:30 A. Zi'. or after
7:00 P. M.

ple, without childcren, 1104ProspectI ended. Score: Wisconsin 0, Michi- a pass to the ground, and Michigan
St.; furnished. gan 0. was penalized 15 yards. It was Michi-
UTSED CARS Second Quarter gan's ball on the 50 yard line, second
UlE_ _R l tW sdown.
. Rockwell 'punted to Wisconsin 35 Friedman made three off left tackle.
gane 1923 Chevrolet Touring Car. This yard line, Edwards tackling Larson. Friedman passed over right end to
Car is in extra good shape. The D. Harmon made 4 yards trough right
moo i ey\qie n8pwrf gard. Harris made three yards Rockwell, who ran out of bounds on
mnotor is very\ quiet and powerful. g lef. uarsmd.Streeywas-the Wisconsin 38 yard line.
'The car has 5 cord tires and will through left guayd. Steele was sub- Larson made a fair catch of Rock-
give you new car transportation at stituted for Hawkins at the start of well's punt on the Wisconsin 17 yard
used car prices. Gall 813 for dem- he second quarter. line. Harris dove, over right tackle
onstrationD. Haron was smothered by the for three yards. Wisconsin's ball on
One 1922 Chevrolet e Luxe Sedan. entire lft side of the Michigan . her own 20 yard line, second down.
is sedan can be bought for $285 Harmon punted to Steger, who ran L. Harmon's low punt went 57 yards
the' ball' bnck. five yards to Michigan's
and is well worth it. Call 813 for the0ball aFie y s before it rolled dead on the Michi-
demonstration. 30 yard Yin.- Friedman made i gan 15 yard line.
-One l aIe Mo-del Reo Roadster. If yards through right tackle. Marion Gregory replaced Captain Steger in
you will let us demonstrate this added one yard through right guard-. the Michigan line-up, Rockwell tak-
you illletus emontrae tis.Steger went through. Michigan's right
car to you, we feel sure you will grg ing quarter, while Gregory went to
tau t. -iTis in very good condition. gu-ard t chigan's 3 neleft halfr
E. & . ('IEVROLET- SALES CO. Rockwell punted to Wisconsin's 15 Rockwell's punt went off to onc
yard. line. - L. Harmon punted Wls- i
Cor. W. 1Iuron and Ashley ts. yd. side of the field, Larson fumbling but
consin's 48 yard line. Steger was recovering on the 36 yard line.
MUSIC :thrown for a three yard loss. Fried-
__________man madie three yards around Mich'- { Larson made one at right tackle.
M1KLL GILLESPIE, Soloist and teach- gan's right end. Friedman passed 'Harris's pass bounced off the fingers
er, thirty year's experience. Man-I to Steger, who ran to Wisconsin's two of a Badger into the arms of Fried-
dolin, guitar, banjos and chord i yard line. Wisconsin took time out man who returned the ball to the
construction. Telephone 1791-M. after the pass was completed. Mar- Michigan 47 yard line. Gregory was
ion added a foot through the center stopped at right tackle. Long stopped
j A.L OUR FIENDS to give us a call of the line. Rockwell failed to gain Friedman at the line. Larson made
through center.' Marion failed to gain a fair catch of Rockwell's punt, the
at ur w Church StreetBarbe through te line Fourth dwn, one ball going to Wisconsin on their own
Shop. First Class work and cour- foot to go. Steger was stopped in an 37 yard line. Doyle Harmon failed
tesy to all. JOE SHALTIS and ED- 1 attempt to dive over the goal line. to gain.
WARD BOWEN. 607 Church St. 11Both sides were offside on this play. Slaughter stopped Harris for no
'TYPEWRITING AT HOME. Call Michigan failed to score on the gain. Wisconsin's ball on her own
195-M after 5 P. M. fourth play, Sand were stopped on 38 yard line, third down. Harmon
the Wisconsin six inch line, Steger kicked to Rockwell, who received the
1 WANIE Tuxedo size 36. Call 3535-J carrying the ball. L. Harmon punted ball on his own 25 yard line, and re-
and leave phone number. to his own 35 yard line, Steger signal- turned it to the 50 yard line. Gregory
ling a fair catch. slipped and failed to gain at right
SIDELIGH 'S Friedman passed to Steger who tacdle.
crossed the goal line, after a fake 111w-e Rockwell kicked to Larson who
ihty. Rockwell added the extra point was downed on his own 27 yard line.
Sc{irstquarter resolved itself in- after touchdown. Score: Michigan 7, Doyle Harmon was stopped for a
to a puating duel, neither team seem- Wisconsin was pen-
img to he able to make sgbstantia Time out for Steger. Harris kicked alized 15 yards on this play, placing
gains in running the ball. Wiscon- off to Rockwell who returned the ball the ball on the 9 yard line.
sint made two first downs as com-
pared t o fr Mcin in time from his own five yard line to th'e 46 Harmon kicked from 'behind his
pared with note for Michigan in the .

goal . to Rockwell, who, picking up
the ball on his own 30 yard line,
dashed through a broken field down
the south side line 44 yards to Wis-
consin's 26 yard line.
Friedman's long pass to Miller was,
grounded. Friedman, taking the ball
on the next play, dashed off taekle, re-
versed his field and shaking off a
liumiber of ta(cklers, went over fer
itichigan's second touchdown of the
Rockwell Ieled goal. Score:
Michigan 11, N1isconsin 0.1
McAndrews, one of the fastest l
sprinters in the middle west, went j
into the game replacing Larson at
quarter for Wisconsin. Blackman
went in for Long at right end.
L. Harmon kicked off to Rockwell, :
who returned the ball 17 yards to the
Michigan 25 yard line. Marion dove'
through left tackle for four yards.
Kasiska replaced Nelson at left
tackle for Wisconsin. Friedman made!
one yard at right guard.
Rockwell punted to Doyle Harmon
who was nailed by Flora on the Wis-
consin 35 yard line. McAndrews made
two yards at right guard. Kunow re-
I placed Edwards at left tackle for
L. Harmoni's pass was incomplete.
L. Harmon failed to gain when he was
forced to run in an attempted pass-
play. L. Harmon kicked 40 yards out of
bounds, the ball going to Michigan
on her own 19 yard line.
Polaski nailed Friedman for a five
yard loss at right tackle. Gregory
y was shoved through for four yards
as the quarter ended. Michigan's
ball on her own 21 yard line. Score:
IMich'gan 14, Wisconsin 0.

then recovered.. Rockwell's punt was
downed by Grube on the Wisconsin 71
yard line. Harmon kicked from be-
hind his goal to Rockwell, who re-
turned his ball ten yards to the Wis-
consin 30 yard line. Friedman nitade
a three yard gain around left end.
Marion made two yards through the
line. Stamman, who replaced Mar-
ion, made two yards on the next play.
Rockwell kicked out of bounds on the
Wisconsin 20 yard line. Wisconsin.
was penalized on the play for hold-
ing. Leo Harmon kicked 35 yards to
Rockwell, who returned the ball to
the Wisconsin 3 yard line.

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Grube put the ball on the Wisconsin games of his career. It was the cen-
7 yard line. Marion made two thru ter of the line that stood up in both
the line. Stannard went in for Leitl. the M. A. C. and Illinois games and
Iuteh Marion plunug0d- through cen- yesterday it was, practically impreg-
'er for five yards and the third nable.
touchdown of the game. Rockwell
kicked goal. MichIgan 21, Wisconsin 0. Baker went in for Rockwell. Fried-
Time out. Dewey replaced Slaugh- man's pass was intercepted by Har-
ter at left guard for Michigan. Mar- mon on the Wisconsin 17 yard line.
ion returned -Harmon's kickoff to the Final Score: Michigan 21, Wisconsin 0.
Michigan 25 yard line. Madsen went
in for Miller at left end, Barnum Nogales, Sonora, 1Vex., Oct. 2.-
replaced Harris at left half for Wis- Orders for immediate deportation of
consin. 12 Chinese arrested in Gucyamas re-
Grube fell on Rockwell's punt on cently in connection wilh alleged tong
the Wisconsin 28 yard line. Rockwell ,ldisorders were received from Mexico
intercepted Harmon's pass on the City by the mayor of Guayamas Fri-
Michigan 42 yard line, fumbled and day, ac'cording to advices here.


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LOST Phi Kappa Siga fraternity
Pin. Narme Cecil W. Lep,rd on--
graved en back. Call 1GG.-
LOST Pair of bo:e rimmed glasses
corner of William St. and HamiltonE
Place. Finder please call 85-.
LOST Black leather notebook taken;
by mistake from lower readiing
room, Union, T'hni's day P. M. Note':



Fourth Quarter

Rockwell punted to Wisconsin's 40 j
yard line. Doyle Harmon brmoutbt the
hall back to Michigan's 48 yard line.
D. Harmon failed to gain through the
left side of-the line. D. Harmon threw|


valuable to owner.

Kindly call

initial lperiod.
F, rc lm n's pass to Ste2er which,

PEARL BRACELET Four strands in- --7-~
Pmallstrand wa orstans scored the touchdown for Michigan
te: mingled with silver clasps. One s
, Reardin thme second quarter went 33 yards.
smllstan wsbroken. Rwr.;
Call3112-M for . C RrI In the second quarter, Michigan at-
p 011C -temptedl three pastes, two of which
_ were completed for a total of 56 yards.
LANDLADIES - STUDENTS Wisconsin attempted eight passes dwr-
DON'T Overlook the opportunity to ing the first half, completing but one
save on many household necessi- 'for a total of six yards. Two- were
ties at The Economy Second Iland intercepted by Michigan.
Store, 209 N. Main St., Phone '789-l.
We sell what you do want and buy Michigan made three first downs
what you don't want. while Wisconsin made -but two in the
first half.,
SOPHOMORE LITS Get on that fu-
ture (lass champion Speedball team. After playing the "Yellow and Blue"
Report to Bill Warrick at the field before the Michigan stands, the var-
on Friday and Saturday. sity band faced the Wisconsin stands I
to play "On Wisconsin."
Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 25.-Letters
,ReW X antjwritten by Anatole France to M. Henri
Readt As Gonod, one time member of the French-
cabinet, are on exhibition in the Wide-
nor Library at Harvard.

"What awhale of a difference
Just a few cents make!"


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In assets and volume of business,
life insurance is one of the three
leading businesses of this country,
yet the field is comparatively under-
developed. O'nly 7 per cent of the
economic value of human life in the
United States is covered by insur-
ahce.This gives an idea of the big field
still to be worked, especially business
insurance for firms and corporations.
As to remuneration: Reports of
college graduates who have entered
business indicate that life insurance is
at the very top as a source of-income.
Now is the time for you to consider
what you are going to do after gradu-
ation. If you are ambitious and wil -
ing to work hard and are interested to
know about life insurance, address
Agency Department



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