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S13NDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1925

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AT M. ADVEIR
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! WHAT'S ,GOIN G ON1 KMICH gNDEFEN1TS
COLUMN Notices~ to appear in this colum n must
a'U Oprovided1 for that purpose before 4:001( UIII
.LPM 0 i o'lock ~peding the day of issue. 11111 ii 19f~ I
S~iNI)AY(Continued from Page 5ix)
NOTICE 2:30l-Craftsmeni meet at MabsonicIi ball on Michigan's 16 yard line. Th1is
:i teHmple. uclu, eet!marked Ohikti's closest approach to
"T AIORING hall. Michigan's goal line.,
Students Tailoring Phone: 8040 - :oq-Studejit discussion sitIHairris M Aolenda went for four yards. Mo-
Coar.. University ndIhye al lenda made five more on the same
MNSSUITS CLEANED yrAND !5:3 U-Baptist gul rinsi hu tplay. Bradley went in for Ullery.
PRESED,$1.5 1 uil hose.Gregory mlade it first down on Mlichi-
PIIESSD, $125 I :30-Congregational student caifeter- Ban's 26 yard line.
FONANPN aspe.' Gilbert punted beautifully for 60FUTIPESisupr eclrrcivnthbalnd,
All the better makes including the; :30-Lutheran Student club meets at yards, W~de eevn h ~l n
Wh^"terhal I returning it 15 yards to his own 251
famous Rider "Masterpen." Why..Luther hall., yard line. Brown and iolendla stopped'
notge or snmu mril iuh*;i).Qfl ia 6n ilnii ur ivr ftuu"tf iL M. ih.

ine. Cunningham's long pass to ols. H errnstein replaced S. Babcock.
Wendler' was knocked clown. Gorrill1 A pass from Cunningham w~as incomn- -1. L4 i
and Blanchard substituted for Wend-! plete. Th le Hot D~ope.
ler andl Rowan. IHei'rnstein intercepted Cunning-4
Grim lost two yards on next play. ham's pass onl Ohio's 32 yard line. * * *
RBabcock replaced H-awkins at right llerrnsteiu went through for four
tackle. Grim punted 38 yards to Mich- yards. lierruistein added two yards. In Advertfsging
igan 's 45 yard line. Stamnzman made; Stamman made a yard, but Michigan
eight yards through center. Stamman, was penalized 15 yards. Gilbert punt- s
iniade it a first down. red 37 yards to Grim, who was tackled °
Grube rep~lacedl Oosterbaan. Stim-ion his own eight yard line. The ball S e st
man made two yards. Friedman went 1was carried out of bounds on the next S en ob
aroundl left end for two yards. Gil- play, as the game ended.*
Bert kicked out of bounds on Ohio's IFiital Score: Michigan 10, 0140o
15 yard line. Slough replaced Nich- State 0. ~ j

LOST-Green aligator slicker, size 38.
With shortened sleeves. Call Peltier.
446. 47-48.
LOST-Gold fountain pen. Valued as
keepsake. Finder call at 1133 White
' and receive reward or Phone
'253. 47-48.
SCALLOPED Luncheon cloth, Monday,
November 9 at Michigan Union. Re-,
VWard. Call 21678. 47-48.
LOST-Square black bag, Thursday
mnorning, in room 2014 Lit Bldg.
Call 8977. Reward. 47-48.
LOST-Gold Elgin, wrist watch with a
r'dld strap. Name engraved on back.
Almer Ettinger. Phone 7842. Sub-
stantial reward. 48-49-50
NOTICE
:FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING
We, skillfully repair your pen the14
tsatme day you bring it.- Why send
it away and 'wait.
Rider's Pen Shop ¢
302 State Street
- t., th., sun. tf.
TROUSERS PRESSED, 20c
CLEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING
AND ALTERING A SPECIALiTY
ALiSO LADIES DRESSES ANDj
COATS
REASONABLE PRICES
,York 'Called For And Delivered
tf.
'NOTICE-Buy the latest fiction at
B4iddle's Book Store. 11 Nickels Ar-1
Bade: w.4 f., sun. tf.
FOUNTAIN PEN INKf
We, profit by your satisfaction. Thel
ink we recommend is first a record
ink. It is the- best flowing ink and
Nyil not clog the delicate mechan-
ism of your pen.. Ask At
Rider's Pen Shop
-' 802 State Street
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I not get our skilled service with 1 5:30--hocliil Itour for stments at tue 1

the pen you buy at the same cost.j
Rider's Pen Shop
302 State Streetj
t., th., sun. tf..
ARE YOU TIRED I
DO you feel unequal for the party?
}Try a special muscle oil facial; i
45 minutes you are rested and bub-
bling over with expectation, anx-
ious to meet and enjoy your evening
engagement. Your face is flawless,
and young. The violet ray worksI
on the nerves and brings the blood '
back racing in the veins. The eyesj
are brighter; the world takes on aI
rosier hue. Try one at-
The Anderson Beauty Shop
Phone 527. E Liberty-20 years
experience. 46-47-48.
ELSON BEAUTY SHOP. Lanoil, per-
Imanent waving, and miarcell wavingI
our specialty. 319 S. Main. Room1
j202. FDial 4404. tf.
WANTED
WANTED-To rent garage in vicinity
of hill and Oxford Road. Box 26.
Michigan Daily. 47-48.
FOIE RENT
BEAUTIFUL new suite, five windows,
hardwood floors, and steam heat.
Hot water any time, Also room-
mate wanted. Dial 8544. 422 E.
Washington. 46-47-48-49.
FOR RENT-Large front room with I
alcove, shower-bath, hot water, heat.
Suitable for business men or wom-
en. 518 E. William St Dial 8758.
46-47.
FOR RENT-Double room for boys. 1
One block from campu1s. Reason-1
able rent. 912 Monroe. Dial 8741.
41-49-50

jPresbyterian, church.
5:34-7 :00-St. Paul Student club
meets at club rooms, 420 'West Lib-
erty street.
6 :00-Student supper at Harris hall.
6:30- Cbrlstian Fndeavor society
meets at Presbyterian church.
6 :30--Congregational fireside chat.
6:30-Baptist guild. devotional mneet-
ing, followed by business meeting.
7:30-Rev, Frank A. Gustafs of D~e-
troit, speaks on "The Life After
Death," under the' auspices of Ann
Arbor's new Church Reading circle,
in Lane hall.
8:00--Evening picture service at Con-
gregational: church, "The Oberam-
ergau Passion Play of 1922."
31ONDAY
1:305:00- Exhibition of Henry C.
Kellar's paintings and, Alfred Hut-
ty's etchings in Alumni Memorial
hall.
f4 :30-Un ion executive meeting, stu-
dent offies.
4:30-Special meeting of Interfrater-
Inity council, room 302, Union.
5:45--Banquet for U~nion life macm.
bership campaign workers at Union.
7:00-:00- Dr. Clarence Yookumn
Sspeaks at Lane hall.

FOR RENT

FOR, RENT-Near campus, four room
furnished apartment, newly decor-
ated, in private family, laundry
privileges. Phone 4377. 47-48.
PLEASANT Room in modern house,
near Camnus. Dial 9274. 47-48.
FOIL.SALE
FOR SAL --4'919 Ford Roadster in
good condition. Call Thompson, 555,
So. Division, Dial 8072, or Univer-
sity" 204. tf.

THE COLLEGE MAGICIAN
SAnnouncing Complete
change' in his bag of
Stricks. Entertainment
.. , for" all occasions.
N. D: Smith, Dial 5970

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Grim after he had made one yard.i
Third quarter ended while time wasi t
out. They gave Ohio one more pay.
Score: )Lich0gan 10, Ohio Sate 0l.
h"DUTII jlQARJTR
Baer substituted for Gabel. Ball on I
Ohio's 36 yard line. Wendler punted
36 yards to Gregory who was downed {
on his own 43 yard line. Molenda was
hurt on the play. Stamman was sentI
in to fill the fullback position.
Stamman made a yard through cen-
ter. Gregory failed to gain on a rightj
end run.
Gilbert punted 38 yrds to Ohio's 15 l
yard line, where the ball rolled dead.
Clark carried the ball out of bounds. i
Grim's pass to Cunningham was in-
complete.
Wendler kicked 45 yards to Fried-
man, who was tackled on his own 42
yard line. Stamman then went through
right tackle for eight yards. Wentz
went in for Karow, who was hurt on
the play.
Ohio State was off side on next play t
and was penalizedl five yards. Michi-
gan' s ball on Ohio's 46 yard line, firstI
(own. Friedman's pass was blocked
by Rowan.I
Stamman made two yards. Gregory
gained three yards going wide
around his own left end on the old q
"Statue of Liberty" play. ,
Gregory was hurt on the play. ab-l
cock substituted for Gregory. Gilbert t
kicked 30 yards to Grim who returned 1
the ball to Ohio's 20 yard line. Grim
made six yards. 11
Clark added three more yards
through the line. Clark failed to gain
on the same play. Wendler fumbled
the pass from center giving Michigan
possession of the ball on Ohio's 15;
yard line.
',.Samman made htree yards. Stain-
'man failed to gain. Stamman made
another yard. Friedman failed in an
attempted place kick from the 20 yard
line.
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It shouldn't be necessary to enumerate the things' a little
capital will do for one. They should be so evident that anyone
would realize them.. Yet it seems many forget until the, actual
need arises, when they' find themselves lacking it.
It will permit you to marry the woman of your choice. It.
will give you standing in the community in which 'you live. It
will permit you to visit the thousand and one interesting places
of the earth. It wl provide "you with a home. It will set you
up in a business of your own. It will take care of you iii sickness
and adversity. It will give you peace of mind. Lastly, it will
provide for you in old age and assure your children of 'an herit-
age.
Any one of these should be reason enough to spur one into
the desire to accumulate a little money. Together they ought
to cure the most :malignant case of laziness and indifference that
ever existed.
Our place is to help you save if you are interested in doing
so. If you are in earnest, we will gladly give. you all the- aid
we can. You'll find your savings accumulate with amazing
rapidity, once started. At interest,* they double and treble,
almost before you are aware of it.

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Added 11 uerth tFeatures
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Like Will Rnogr
'Or Irvin S. Cobb'
Write the Co.
Be-ing somewhat off
A celebrity m yself
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All Time Recor
For Deay in,
Getting a Diploma)
.And being -entirely
(Disinterested ine
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SI am going to wrt
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Aseries of pieces
For them, and the
HooPethat all: the
Boys arI Girs
At Mihiganz
Will read them
SAnd guess that
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Is that the
Best Place to get.
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Fraternity Jewelry
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Take our tip.
future.

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