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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1925

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Carey Hits Three
WGAME I EI6HHIn Final Contest O B
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 15.-The Pitts- Pittsburgh Nationals 1ichigan's Varsity football team

Athletic Office
Returns $100,000
For Navy Tickets
Despite the fact that the Navy game
is two weeks away, and that seats
for that gam1 were oversold inthe
first hour of sales, applications have
continued to pour in, and the Ath-
letic association has been forced to
1 r.~-.+ ro thln $1nn AA0000 to nrospec-

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entrained at 11:42 o'clock last night
for Madison, where they will meet the
Badgers tomorrow.
The team will arrive in Madison

return 1m1r e mal '?i,Aw
this morning and will go directly to ftive purchasers of tickets.
Sthe Hotel Lorraine which will serve on September 1, between 8 and 9
as its headquarters during the stay o'clock the Athletic association re-
at th', Wisconsin capital. A light I ceived 2000 more applications for
practice will be held this afternoon at tickets to the Navy game than they
Randall field to limber up the men ; -]sas n norder to fill the first

J IiL UIfLL U UI I L d I Ld Entries are still being received for
- the all-campus billiard tournament
Five speedball games, three Of which will be held at the Uiion, Oct.
games thre of1f-27.
which were closely contested, were arge number of students have al-
played yesterday afternoon in the In-Irearyenumer ofetudent, he
terfraternity speedball tournament.I ready entered the tournament, the
Kappa Nu succed ioning et winner of which will meet Schaefer,
Alpha Chi Rho combination 7-6, the present 18.2 balk line champion, while
clever passing game of Siegel and the runner-up will be matched against
Holzman featuring the contest. PhI Iloppe, former title holder. No en-
Kappa Sigma met defeat at the hands tries will be accepted after tomorrow.
of Tau Epsilon Phi, 4-3, despite the
excellent work of Parter and Muga- ROME, Oct. 15.-Discoveries of bri-
vero. mary importance to archeology are
Theta Xi were victorious against announced by the Italian scholars who
Alpha Rho Chi 10-8 in an interesting have been excavating on the site of
contest, featured by some clever scor-; the ancient Greek colonial city of
ing combinations on both teams. The vCyrene.
other two victories were recorded by
Phi Kappa, who defeated Phi Beta MADRID, Oct. 15.-Spain has put
Delta 8-0, and Alpha Delta Phi, who the ban on the preaphing by school
defeated Sigma Nu 15-1. teachers of anti-social and anti-pa-
I triotic doctrine inside or outside of
the class rooms.
For every article for sale, there is theclassrooms.
a buyer. Reach-him th r Vc~.iinrI, QTIo IL lLT 'F10-a IAV*F

after their journey from Ann Arbor.
"Tag" scrimmage between a Cardi-I
nal and a Blue team opened the after-
noon workout for the gridders yes-
terday, with the work both defensive-;
ly and offensively centering about thel
passing game. Coach Wieman was in
charge. After a half hour's scrim-
mage the coaches took the team over,
onto the Ferry field gridiron for sec-
ret practice.

hour's demands, they are now con-
structing 2000 more seats.
The Ohio game was sold out about
two weeks after the sale opened, and
since then more than $40,000 has been
returned to disappointed fans.
IONDON, Oct. 15. - Some of the
newspapers assert that the govern-
nient has granted an application of

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Max Carey

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Max Carey, field captain and center
fielder of the world champion Pitts-
burgh Pirates, played a prominent
'part in yesterday's triumph, crashing
out four hits out of five trips to the
plate, three of his hits being two bag-
gers.

the British worsted manufacturers to
It has been stated that the human !nquire into the industry with a view
brain actually does transmit electro- to imposition of a protective tariff.
magnetic oscillations or waves which
can be registered by ordinary wire- Want a room? Read Page Seven
less receiving sets. and use the Classified columns.-Adv..

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Your hat is the key to
your make-up and "Get-
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endow you with distinc-
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Have You This Idea?
M ANY men express surprise in the
discovery that we have..uality
clothes in stock to sell for as low' as
forty dollars. Another fact not gen-
erally known is that our strict guaran-
tee of style, fitand service applies to all
clothes in stock, regardless of price.

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