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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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. ok well kicked off, the ball hitting
the goal pjot and rolling dead on the
Olno 8 yard line from which it was
1brought to play on the 20 yard line.
^Etwards nailed llant after he had
mlade iine and a half yards through'
right tackle. Karow took the ball
over for first down on 32 yard line.;
Iunt was thrown for no gain by
Hawk Ins.
iiunt, made three yards at right
guard. Karow's pass was grounded..
Punt hunted out of bounds on Mich-
igan's 30 yard line.
Marion made five yards through the
line. He made three more on the next
play at the right side of th'e line.:
Friedman went over the line for first
down on 41 yard line. Rockwell
made three yards off right tackle.
Marion made a yard at left guard,
putting the ball on Michigan's 45 yard
line. Steger was downed on a two
yard plunge throug h righttackle.
Rockwell fumbled but recovered and
failed to gain.
Ohio's ball on Michigan's 46 yard
line. Karow made two yards through
the line.
Cameron's pass to Hunt was incom-
plete. Another pass was good for five
yards, placing the ball on Michvigan's
40 yard line. Rockwell knocked down
a 40 yard pass from Clark on the
Michigan goal line. Michigan took the
ball on her own 40 yard line. Steger
on her own 40 yard line. Steger
failed to gain at right ta~ckle. Fried-
man cut through right tackle for 8
yards. Marion gained a yard but
.Michigan was penalized five yards for
offside. Rockwell made three yards,
Rockwell punted to Hunt who was
downed on his own 27 yard line.
Hawkins stopped Hunt for a one'
yard loss when he slipped. Slaughter
downed Cunningham after he had
made three yards at right tackle. Jen-.
kins punted to Rockwell who was
tackled on Michigan's 34 yard line.
Kreiglow went in for Preyer at right
guard for Ohio. Friedman lost a yar.d,
at right tackle. Rockwell made two
at left tackle. Rockwell punted to
Clark who was spilled by Edwards on
hi~ 30 yard line. Hunt dove over left
tackle for two yards. Edwards nailed
B'unt for a five yard loss.
Karow made three on a fake pass,
putting the ball on Ohio's 30 yard line
as the quarter ended. Score: Michi.
gan 0, O0o 6.
Second Quarter

FOR SALE
FINE CARD TABLES $3.00. Wrought
iron bridge lamps. $3.45 at Koch
and Henne.
FOR SALE A Remington Portable
typewriter. Geo. S. Register, 604 E.
Madison. Tel. 1809.
E-FLAT BARITONE and C-Melody
saxophones. Perfect condition. Call
1700-R, 749 E. University. Fred
Zierer.
ROOM on first floor with bath and
clothes room. Would rent either!
dou1le or single. Available Nov. 17.
1!T li . 292_Y

WANTED
WANTED Experienced cloak and suit
saleswoman for Ann Arbor, Battle
Creek and Jackson stores. Whole
or part time. Jacobson's 612 E. Lib-
erty.
WANTED To buy for cash, a good
used C-Melody sax Must be priced
right and in good condition. Phone
1799 University Music House.
STUDENTS Who desire tutoring hi
trigonometry and college algebra
call 1510-J from 6 to 8 P. M.
LOST

10: U. Thayer it. PYnone 1zz i._
LOST GOLD Ring on campus or in
OVERCOAT Blakket cloth, with Waterman gym. Call 1313-R.
breast and patch pockets. Belted.
size 38. Call 1560-W. LOST WEDNESDAY a bill folder.-
MAHOGANY Bookcase six feet long. name inside. E. W. Gulden. Call
1066-M. Reward.

Glass doors. Also round mahogany
library table. 15 Geddes Hts.
A FEW ANTIQUE Pieces of furniture
for sale. Includes 1 sofa, 3 chairs
to, match, 2 odd chairs, walnut
frames, 1 fireside fan back without
wood frame. Call 854-R evenings.
FOR SALE
NEW 6 ROOM House, stucco and
frame, in S. E. section. Large liv-
ing room with fireplace, sun parlor,
French doors, well arranged kitch-
en with built-in ironing board, etc.
Three large bedrooms, bath room,
linen closet on second floor. Attic
floored. Full basement. Special
features-water lift, laundry equip-
ment, gas heater,, clothes chute.
Large lot and garage. This is a
beautiful home at a fair price. For
particulars. call
Mr. Sergeant with
CHARLES L. BROOKS
Realtor w
215 First National Bank Building
Phone 315-3552 Evenings 783,

TYPEWRITERS
CORONA TYPEWRITERS
WE HAVE The new Corona Four,
with standard keyboard, at $60, or
Corona Three, with three-bank key-,
board, at $50. Also a full line of
typewriters of all'iakes and sup-
plies. Terms if desired. Renting
and repairing a sepcialty.
O. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels' Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
THE experienced operator will recog-
nize an array of features not co - -
bined in any other typewriter. TA
trial will convince you. We also
have all makes of used machines.
Renting and repairing a specialty.
Ann Arbor Typewriter Exchange.
9 Savings Bank Blk. Phone 866.
FLORAL
IF YOU WANT To make your mother
happy send her flowers on your
birthday and thanksgiving day.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
Leading Telegraph Florist.
221 E. Liberty St. Phone 1630 -
Charge Accounts Solicited.
MUSIC
2678 "Some Other Day, Some Other
Girl"
"Get Lucky"
. Isham Jones' Orch.
2733 "Tell Mc What To Do"
"Mean Looks"
Vic Meyers' and His Orch.
2732 "Roses of Picardy"
"La Paloma"
Paul Ash and His Orch.
STOFFLET PHONO SHOPS
110 E. Wahhington 418 E. Liberty
MELL GILLESPIE, Soloist and teach-
er, thirty yedr's experience. Man-
dolin, guitar, banjos, and chord
construction. Telephone 1791-M.
MISCELLANEOUS
GIRDLES AND BRASSIERES
Small and Large Sizes.
At 109 W. Liberty
EXQUISITE CORSET SHOP
Announcing -NEW ARRIVALS in
WHITING & COOKS
STATIONERY
ARCADE PHARMACY
'RUGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaned.
AnArbor Carpet Cleaning Works,
Phone 50.

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S0h -Henry!
*The loyalty of my Legions was un-
questioned and now for the. first time.
I'1 bare my secret. I paid them, you
see, with bars ofOh Henry
A Fine Candy
'Oc Everywhere
Oh ralstere msrk of the William-
soa ar Oo sgag,21Ieo. Williamson, Ire.

E J~tStop!.
Refresh
b you rseI0
What do you think
all the red signs are
for??f
delicious and Refreshing 5
The Coca-Cola Company, Atlanta, On.

BUNCH Of four keys near corner E.1
Williams and Maynard. Finder
please call 2044-R.
LOST Corner of State and Packard a
manila envelope, containing pair of
glasses, fountain pen and several
sheets of paper. Finder please call
3028. Reward.
BLACK CAMEO Ring, gold setting.-
Call University Extension office.
LOST SIX Months old Police Dog.
Black with tan markings. Black'
harness. Phone 3208-J.
lians Sts.
LOST ON CAMPUS PAIR OF GLASS-
ES. MARKED PARK and CO., ON!
CASE. PHONE 217. ANNE GIL-:
BRETH.
NOTICE
STUDENT DELIVERY
Deliveries to any part of the' city 5Oc
OPEN NIGHTS AND SUNDAYS
1 Until 8:30'P. M.
Opposite Court House
PHONE 3591-J
LANDLADIES- STUDENTS
DON'T Overlook the opportunity to
save onmany household necessi-

"What{
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a whale of a difference
few cents inake!"
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FOR SALE - WEST SIDE

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FIVE ROOMS and bath; hardwood
floors; lot 50 x 110; basement in-
cludes heated garage; Garland fur-
nace; laundry tubs; coal bin; fruit
and vegetable cellar; near car line
and grade school. Price $7,000-
$800 down.
Call Mr. Newton with
CHARLES L. BiOOKS
Phone 315 Evenings 2446
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fee at The Economy Second Hand
Sto:e, 209 N. Main St., Phone 789-M.
We sell what youdotwant and buy
what you don't wKant.'

Huntfailed to gain at left end. HuntJ
kicked out of bounds on Michigan's
38 yard line.
Friedman drove through left tackle
for 6 yards. Marion made two at left,
guard. Steger made it first down on
Michigan's 49 yard line ona fake punt
formation. Friedman made four yards
at left end. Steger made two at left
en(l. Friedman's forward pass was
caught by Cameron who was nailed in
his tracks by Grube on the Ohio 14
yard line.
HLunt made four yards through right
guard. lie failed to gain in the same
place on the next play. Karow miade
it first down on the Ohio 26 yard line.
hunt lost two yards at right tackle.
Friedman intercepted Cunningham's
1'ass on the Ohio 33 yard line. Fried-
man'. long pass slipped through Steg-
er's fingers and was incomplete.'
Rockwell muffed another pass from
Friedman.
(Continued on Page Eight)

PERSONAL CIRVIISTMAS CARDS
ORDER THEM Without delay. Prop-
er engraving takes time. Select one
of our many attractive and exclu-
sive designs and place your order
now.
0. D. MORRILL
14 Nickels' Arcade
The Stationery Store

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le o Rt0 IT.S
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CARTTER'S

LUNCH

1117
So. University

-all the difference
between just an ordinary cigarette
and -FATIMA, the most skillful
blend in Cigarette history.

FOUND A wrist watch. Call 2570.
FOI ItENT
A Comtorable suite very reasonable.
fMrs. Waterman 644 11 University,
corner Monroe.
IOR RENT Garage and single roomn
425 S. 'Division.
FURNISHED ROOMS For rent. 1219

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ANN 'ARbIOR WAYSIDE INN. Pack-
ard and Division. Most comfortable
homelike stopping place in this
city.

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visit

ARE CORDIALLY Invited to
any afternoon. We always have

S. University. Phone 869-W. open house.
ROOMS FOR MEN, steam heat, plenty APPLIED ART SHOP, Opposite
of hot water. Roommate wanted to substation.
share large suite, with east, south GENTLEMEN'S WRIST WATCHES
and west exposure. Also garage for in Gruen,. Illinois, Elgin, Hamilton,
rent. 422 E. Washington, Phone and Longines. All are high' grade
1194-M. makes. $25 and' up.
A. 'H. ARNOLD
FOR RENT A large suite. Hot water 342 S. State St.
heat. Plenty of hot water. Suitable
for married couple. Phone 2124-R. 35 k S!t et Ads
.315 Packard St. Read~2I the vvant ds

MITY NICE
HAMBURG
7 3 KEWPIE HOTT L
-- Opposite
Eug. Arch
BEAUTY SHOPPES
GREAT SUCCESS With Nestle Per-
manent Waves. Come in personally
for estimate. 707 N. Univ. Phone
2652 Stoddard Hair Shop.
ALL SWITCHES and ear muffs, haff
price. The best of service given. We
use soft water only. Telephone
2039-M.

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Eversharp and Wail Pen are modern, per-
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Six new featuresw--.e mention specially
the non-clogging rifled tip, quick reload-
ing and interchangeability of parts-make
Eversharp more convenient and dependable
than ever before.
Wahl Pen through the improved all-
metal construction has increased ink ca-
pacity, strength to resist wear and abuse,
and the beauty good taste demands in
personal articles.
Eversharp is priced $1 to $45-Wahl
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Made in the 1T.. S. A. by,
THE *AiL COMPANYbChicago
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THE WAHL COMPANY, Ltd., Toronto
Manufadurers of the Wahl Eversharp and
the Wahl All-Metal Fountain Pen

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