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PACE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY,, OCTOO R 24, 1925,

PACfl SIX SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 192~
THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ILLINOS TRACK TEAM Wizard
LOSES STAAHALFMILERl

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CHAMPAIGN, Oct. 23.-University
of Illinois lost a veteran track star1
today when Ernest Ponzer, who is re-j
ceiving treatments at St. Luke's hos-
pital, Chicago, for rheumatism in the
knee, cancelled his registration.
Ponzer was expected to be the Il-
lini's best bet for the half-mile and
cross country runs this season. Hel
was the leading rival of Charles Rein-
ke, Michigan's crack half-miler. PIon-
zer defeated Reinke in 1924, but the
latter reversed matters last season in
both the indoor and outdoor Confer-
ence meets. Ponzer's best mark for
the 880 was 1:54 2-5, made in a two-
mile relay at the Drake relays last
spring.
BERKELEY, Cal., Oct. 23.-Unifica-!
tion with the Methodist Episcopall
cnurch is opposed by the Pacific con-
ference of the Methodist Episcopal
church, south.

Heydler Opposes
Cut In Schedules
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Oct. 23. - Althoughj
Pres. John A. Heydler gave his sup-
port yesterday to an earlier major lea-~
gue closing date, advocated by Com.
K. M. Landis, the National league ex-
ecutive opposed a reduction of the 154
game schedule to 140 games.I
"I should like to see the -regular
season terminate around Sept. 30," he
said, "but the suggestion to return to
140 games will find no favor with our
people. The 154 game schedule is, inI
my opinion, the ideal length and the
public has come to look upon, it as
the recognized test of a season.
COLUMBUS, Oct. 23.- Advanced
tickets sales for the Ohio-Illinois
football game to be played here Nov.
21 indicate that .a capacity crowd of
70,000 will fill the Buckeye stadium
to see "Red" Grange make his finalj
appearance as a player on an Illin-
ois grid team.

Michigan has bowed to the Suck-
ers on but three occasions and has
YOT ODS EDER gained victories in seven games since
Sthe beginniur of football relations!
with the Indius in 1898-
LAThe worst defeat suffered by the
Besides a perfect record of past Wolverines was given to the 1924
victories over the University of Wis-team by "Red" Grange and his team-
mates. Michigan was able to score'
consin football teams, Coach Fielding 14 points, while Grange garnered most
H. Yost also holds an advantage over of the 39 points for Illinois.
the University of Illinois grid teams In 1919, when Michigan returned to

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Emerging with the big end of an in its game againsty Alpha Kappa

8 to 3 score against Phi Kappa Sig-
ma, Tau Epsilon Phi won the cham-
pionship of league seven in an inter-
fraternity speedball game last Thurs-
day. Wax and Phillips starred for
the winners.
Accuiate passing and fast over-
head play spelled victory for Phi Chi

Lpmbda. Phi- Chi scored 13 points,
all on forward passes excepting a
penalty kick, against five by Alpha
Kappa Lambda. Reid and Amos fea-
tured in the winners attack, while
Kaiser and Beatty were the main-
stays for the losers.
In the remaining game the fast Beta
Theta Pi team, led by Rice, smother-
ed Alpha Rho Chi I8 to 1.

Near Finals In Speedball Tourney

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in past meetings.
I 3IRIGAN-ILLINOIS GRID
IECORDS SI(C'E YEAR 1895

the Big Ten Conference, Illinois
scored its first victory over Yost's
eleven. The following year the Maize

and Blue team dropped a
game, 7-6.

hard fought

ed Alpha Rho ~Jhl 18 to 1.

Benny Friedinan
Michigan's hope of defeating Coach
Zuppke's Illinois football eleven at
Chaipaign this afternoon rests on
SFriedman's uncanny forward passing
ability.
SUBSCRIBE TODAY FOR DAILY!

1898-Michigan 12;
1899-Michigan 5;
1900-Michigan 12;
1905-Michigan 33;
1906-Michigan 28;
1919-Michigan 7;
1920-Michigan 6;
1921-Michigan 3;
1922-Michigan 24;
1924-Michigan 14;
Totals 144

Illinois 5.
Illinois 0'.
Illinois 0.
Illinois 0.
Illinois 9.
Illinois-29.
Illinois 7.
Illinois 0.
Illinois' 0.
Illinois 39.
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BETSY ROSS SHOP
NICKELS ARCADE N2J 31 S. STATE ST
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VOL. 1 SATURDAY, OCT. 24 No. 6
Week End Specials Some Popular Numbers Hot Chocolate Fudge
for Candy Lovers From Our Menu This is one item we have im-'
proved by the addition of certain
Our week end Friendship Pack- Hot Creme of Tomato Soup ingredients which make a much
age, a' regular 85c box of delicious with Saltines.. ..........15 richer and smoother product. This
chcolates, is proving a very pop- improvement is very noticeable in
ular number at our week end re- Plain Bread and Butter or the increased number of Hot Fudge
duction price of 49c. Not Toasted Sandwiches ....15c Sundaes, Hot Fudge Cakes and
Hot Fudge Crenme .Puffs we are
At the Arbor Fountain last week Hot Chocolate with selling.
end we introduced a new line of Whipped Crean............10c
old fashioned hand-made Colonial
Creams at the very special price hot Fudge Cake my . s
of 39c. Regular price of these with ice Cream...........24k Our delicious, thick, .:creamy
creams is 60c per pound. We are malted milks is another item that
repeating them this week end at is forging ahead in popularity
39c. very rapidly. Part of this is due
to the superior manner in which
these are mixed, but the smooth
texture and rich chocolate flavor
Hallowe'en Candies o which is so pleasing in our malt-
ed milks is largely due to imp
Our Hallowe'en Candy Boxes are provements in our Chocolate Syr-
unusually attractive. The cut-out up wbgh we have worked. out to
designs on strong contrasting col- give it the proper body,, texture
orsmak thm afitingconainr and flavor. Our customers notice,
for the delicious Betsey Ross Can- and speak of the superior -quality,
dies with which they are filled. and flavor of all our chocolate
Those wishing to mail boxes to sodas, sundaes, as well as our
out of town friends should order chocolate malted milks.
at once. We take care of the pack-
ing, wrapping and mailing.
Appetizing
Hot Specials
Our Improved Menu Thick Creamy Chocolate We have a number of hot spe-
Malted Milk ..............2c cials which our customers appre:
Proving Popular ciate especially when the days are.
Toasted Minced Ham chilly. By -dropping in at the Ar-
With the beginning of the Fall Sandwich ...................15c bor Fountain .our customers can
season we-have made a number of get a very substantial and appe-
improvements in our fountain and Hot Waffles with tizing meal with , Hot Soup, Hot
luncheon products which have "Maple Syrup ...............25c Waffles and Bacon, Hot Pork and
caused much favorable comment 'Beans, Hot Toasted Sandwiches,.
from our customers. Hot Triculated Coffee .........10c or a number of other hot specials.

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313 South State St.

BETSY ROSS SHOP
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LEATHER JACKETS

BLAZERS
and
BLOUSES

Are Bought for Less at Our Store

We have them in large assortment for ladies and men. Can be had in
Suede, Reindeer, Horse-hide, Corduroy and Wool Plaids of many patterns,

lined or unlined, in the best grades only as produced
garment manufacturers. Priced from $4.50 UP.
NAVAKOTES, the latest in Jackets.

by the leading outing
See our WOOL

BREECHES

all kinds, in Corduroy, Whipcords, Serge, etc.
Also Moccasin Packs, High-Tops, Hiking and Hunting Boots,
Rubber Boots, Shoes and Puttees
0. D. Wool and Blanket Shirts, Underwear, Sweaters, Golf Hose, Heavy
and Light Socks, Overalls and Coverall Suits.
TOWER'S
FISH L I C K S
BRAND
We are headquarters for the most popular garment on the campus
and are showing all styles in YELLOW and OLIVE KHAKI for
ladies, men, boys and girls. Our prices will interest you. See Tower's
new transparent Kit Coat. Also Cravenettes, Gabardens and Topcoats.
Blankets, Wool Shawls, and
Auto Robes,

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