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:SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1926

THE _MFCIICAN 'DA LY

PACE SEVEN

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ONTHE SIDELIN.ES

LOO~tP*OFTEAMS

BIrW Wton A. S'hnjwvoui
C.aptfain Benny ried-man once again
proved himiself to be all-American
,patorlaIl by hi slpledid showing in
y sterday's gatie. His brilliant run-
ning, his uncanny forward passing,
Inl handling of the team make himt
Michigan's strongest source of scor-
ihig power. Without Priadman, (and .
of course, Bo Molena) , Michigan
would be rated as only a mediocre
Yearm.
uAtgainist the Micigan 'State
c( en, Friedman gained 216
yardls in ruishinig the line -atd re
turning p)unts1. Although hie Ale
voted most o his time to throw-
Ing passes to the olher eligible
miembers of the ~eai, le proved
that lie Is ani apt receiver of
pisses when lie caught a pass
from Itich and ran 40) yards be-
~fore being forced out of bonsnSaes6yrTn.
In' the three quarters in which he
played, Friedman threw 10 passes for
a total of 148 yards. Of the 10 he;
c~rew, three were incomipleted and
cue was intercepted. Friedman's
Longest pass was cauglit by Flora who
gained 46 yards for the third touch-
down of the game.
it is generally conced~ed flit
(Irwin lteritz was 'AMichga's
greatest defensive quarterback,.
but F'riednia's showing In the
first two gamnes of this season
gives rise to thie sspicioii that
the ceptno of the 1926~ team miay
take that hoor, or at least share
it. Smith, the sensational fll--
back of the State eleven, broke
away twice for lng gaas when
t r edniun was lhe onliy man be-
t eens him and the goal posts. Onl
cacti ocasion tle Wolverine cap-
taintackled Min.
SSmith punted four times for an
~~er age of 45 yardni, a 12 yard margin
er the Michigan kickers. Last week
ainst Kalamazoo, Smith punted for
iaverage of 50 yards, from the line
scrimmage. Michigan could use a
n like Smith in the game with
Minnesota nett week.
ratronize aly Advertisers.
Ribbons Carbons
T[he Place of Service
ideir's Pen Shop
Ageney for the
AE1IN(GTON PORtTABLE
repa tiing.
OPTI CAL EPT.
'Lenses and Frames
made to order.
SOptical Prescriptions Filled
tate Street Jewelers '
AMNRAEIML
Today and Monday
BILL HART
-In-
" (It's a Western)
H l~leii and Warren Comedy
a " FELIX, 1?TE CA"

BLUE BIRD
HAIR SHOPPE
H. Harper
Licensed Barber
S'pecializes in
Ladies' and Children's
Hair Ciiaing
Phone 9616
51 Nickeln Arcade

Wa ter Weber'sconm1st 111m !
!plulnt"ing wyas one of the out-
standin~g ieaftmros of Mllcldlgah's
rtis i-irgatt~tck yesterday, and it.
iN likely that Sie will be used in
the Jinnesota game at halfback.
Last year Coacht Yost surprised
tzhe footba~tll fans when -he an.
iioulhicxed th at Weber -would playI
at half!,aek in thfe crucial game
f thle season. Weber's strong
de~fensive pro-wer will be a great
wsset to Michig t Inh breaing ump
the M3thiiesota shiift and it" will' be
no0 surprise next week if Coach
Yost anminces ihal'he hits se.-
lected a heavy fullback to :play -at
htalfbatck.
At the next meeting of the <Ccm- .
ference coaches, it is likely that a rifle1!
will be passed requiring all officialsj
to keep in condition by working as.
'traffic policemen in the wintertime
and attending the rifle range in the
summier time. In the Oklahoma&ggme:
the umpire burned his hand trying to
fire the gun at the close of the con-
test, and yesterday he fired the pis-
tol after the Michigan team had start-
edl for the field house at the half.. It
is evident that only a traffic polIce-
man could handle the crowd of sub-
stitutes that flood the field every.
grame.
M0ihan' State's band miade an
Iuipres sivc showing with its drill,
on the field. T'he figures "U. of
.ff." aniA 1. S. C:' were wonder=
fully well done. If Minnesota j
brings a band- next wee~k, we car
etpect to see "1oh-llfHni formed'
on the field.!

'Michigan (55) Pos.
Oosterbaan iLe.
Baer Lt.
Palmeroll L.
Gabel r.t.
'lTruskowski C.
'Sqtmler rg.
Flora r.e.
Friedman (capt.) q~li.
Miller .h.
Rich r.h.
I Molenda f.b.

MV.S.C. (8)
Christensen
Wenner
Ross
Hitchings'
Barret
Gordon
Hlornbeck
iBoehringer
Kiebler
McCosh
Smith (capt.)

MABEL ~. WILKINS
(UnItersity df O lthmn)
Wishes to announce that she has taken over the management of
THE COSY CORNER TEA ROOM

If you are a telexphone sublscriber call JF im1liic'
the Ad-Taker, D ial 21-114, andi yor: tr ant ad j
will he charged.
'rhe Michigan D~aily re~crves the right to
classify all wants ads under apps ,) iate head'-1
ings 'andi to revise or withhold cohi ~ct ionaiial
coply,
This column closes at 3 1'.NT. date peei
~~rcdin g public at ion. N otice of dliv error mui st 1,0C
given in time for the second- insertion.
1 _ CASH RATES

I t ' t A~n t k" E IU colored penus, nc ssavily made oro

W~iity to a ttract thie ee an as; ist
thoadvt ising. Our ipens ar omald(,
almost without exception of PUR.E
VEGTABEr , GUM RUBBERII, tihe
t most Stati"A Imat cm'al, ev(r folli(d 1111'
Cf1nn3tain 1Jens. RiderY Pun ,shop,
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~30Maynard
Opp). Nfckels Ar eade
Phone-21714

Deicious Food
at ,the Right Price

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Substitutions-Greenwald for Mil-
ler; Grinnel for Gabel; Babcock for
Rich; Hlarrigan for Flora; Totzke for
Greenwald; McIntyre for Palmeroli;
lenda; Weber for Cowell; Schoenfeldt
for Trugkowski; Rose for Baer;
Dewey for McIntyre; Molenda for
Miller; L. Hoffman for Rich; Puc'kel-
w-artz for Friedman; Truskowski for
Schoenfelcit; Baer for Rose; Babcock
for Weber; Nicholson for Dewey~
Dbahlem for Babcock; Boden for Hat-
1 riga'n; Pommnerening for Gabel; lHes-
'ton for Boden; Oade for Pommeren-
l g; Danziger for McCosh; Arm-
M'srong for Ross; Froebel for Barret;
Grimm for Christensen; Kanitz for
Wenner; Anderson for Hlornbeck;
Danziger for McCosh; -Arnold for
Ross; Hornbeck for Christensen;
Grimm for Hornbeck ; i O'Connor for
Anderson.
STouchdowns-Molenda (2), Fried-
mon, Oosterb'aa'n, Flora, Greenwald,
Babcock, Puckelwartz. Points after
1'oU* hdo'WF1-1edrih'n (5), Mdolenda
(2). Goal from field-Smith. Referee
.-IPafiels '(1oyola); nmpire-Yount;
{Illinois Wesieyan) ; fiold' judgke-Ghee
(Dartmvouth); head linegman-Ward
jURIBANA.- "Pug" Daugherty, Uni-
I versity of Illinois fultck, was the
best ground gainer the Illini had last
! year, next to Grange.

PHONE 62-62

Ten cents per reading linre (onl the lhasi4 of .. ~gl
five average words to the line) for one or two LOST-Old tfasioned hetav y tO
insertions. I lracelot. Reward if rettirnecd to 836
Nine cents per readting line for three or mnoreI
insertions.2 Tappan. Phone 7717. 11-12-13i
('ash classifieds received at the Daily office __ _______________
in The Press Building cmn Maynard ;street.-"
CONTRACT RATH't WANTE D
Seilstandardized rates given on applic,-_______________________________
r... r. ..,.... ,tANTrwDYolfni-aNdelh1'al thy men
FOUVND weighing 150 pounds or More to act
as blood donor a at UniVemrsit~y I o!,-
pital. Apply at house Physician's
F'OUND-Alltomatic Pencils which we office. 12 to 17 iC
sell at a low figure, $.11 to $1.50 that
work as well and last as long as the WNANTID-Stuid-nt to type themes:5
best. Hider's Pen Shop. tf Call at 613 Hill St. 12

WE, DELS1R

kinds of Sandwiches,' and' Hot

and Cold -Drinks to your room. 7° P. M.Y to 1A.M
Five Minute Servi &
SANITARY LUNHI
611; East Liberty

Alt aENTi

WANTED-Second hamd bicycle In
good condition.. 1014 Lincoln.

Excellent

Steaks and Chops

Day and Night

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ILVERS~eyry

FOR RENT-Strictly modern ,ix room ___________________
house, furnished, fire place and .;sr-E WANTED-Would like to work in fra-
age. 111E White St. 11-12-1;; ! ternity or sorority house every day
Ifor four or five hours. Specialty is
FOR RENT-Large single room in Icenn ilG7.1-21
nice house; conveniently located; claig Dal37.1-21
quiet assured. Mrs. Eaton, 421 WANTED-Band" ironers, pressure
Thompson. 10-11-121 and mangle workers. Steady work
and good pay. U. of M. Laundry.
FOR RENT-Very nice double room ( 1East Washington.
for men; private family; garage; 10-11-12-13-14-1r
one b~lock from Ferry Field. 801
Granger. Phone 21125. 10-11-121 WANTED-Room ncar campus to
practice music one hour a day, No)
FOR RENT-Larg e double room. Hlot j pianto reqitred'. Writn 1Box 115. tf;
water heat; one block from Futginz
ecring Rldg. 615 Church. -I WANTED-By A-i colored chef, aid
10-11-121 wife-, fraternity or club, strictly tem-
Iperance. C. F. Embry, 121 East Ann
F~OR RENT-Two large rooms for St. Phone 4548. 8-9-10-I1-12-13;
four students. 227 S. Ingalls St.
Phone 3792. 10-11-12, WANTED-Students to know that we
L a v ' a. %5.00 nn which.1.is nernnldA

Conklin- Pens-
Shaffter ensr
Waterman Pens
Parker Pens'

Bit Bit alarm Clos
B byr BO Alarmn Clocks
Waterbury Alarm Clock~s-
'At$1.00:

Life Insu re--.ohr, Thmotk
-John!li fcock --Life Ins gat'ee
'Y eht countonwok
eithe way in good heads.

SCHLANDERER & ) SEYFRIED
Ot Suutli Mii St*

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NOTICE-First class repair work on 1
all mu sical insttrments at Schiaeb-
erle & Sons, 110 S. IMai St. tf

ijuvua pa. ~telliflt i ut*,i.ta,ftt. *
at the price. Call for Walils new'
$.00 pen, any style of point and in
three colors Hard" liubberi .Hl'd en.
Rider's Pen Shop. tf

)1i ,'rilT~iA f"T71-%0 IT'i EYTCITI 51TTVC'

THE AL;h U14', MUbl(; UVM41)1h;J

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Football Candy, Boxes

Imitation Footballs-
Tiny ones for dinner favors, or full football size.
FIle with our Best Candies.
BETSY ROSS SHOP
Nickels Arcade

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the Misicaf Conied r with a. Real Stbry

't~eeuHight~

JU1 .IA
Siuta ero

FRANK
Crufift

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Superb Supporting Cast

r~o~ocoocc~

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The Buss Lamp 'Is More Than- Just a Stand Lamp

More Pretty GlI~s Thai'it BIeauty Comtest.
A Laugh or a Sdut, WHit Every Minute.
Note the. PdWo 7rI A twdhesA4 iii

A~R SALE
fFOR SALE-A genuine Deagan Xyl-
aphione. 'Will sell cheap. Call 7027P
after 7 P. M.. 12-13-14
FOR SALE-Good Ford touring, readly
to run, in good shape, $30-$70. Dial
6592. Call 7-10 P. M. 1115 Forest.
Robinson. 12-:13-14
FOR SALE-Latest inodeI Remington
Portable typewriters. A limited
numb er of second hand portables.
Phone 3489 for demonstration.
13
YOUR SALE-Ford roadster, 1926 mod-
el, four months' old; in excellent
condition. Call Dr. Andrews, Uni-
versity IHospital. 10-11-12#
FOR SALE-A. Nash Co. Suit, Over-'
coa't or topcoat, made to measure,
$23.00. Guaranteed fit. Phone 21 073.1
10-1 -12
FOR SALE-Ink is the life blood of
your Fountain Pen. You will alw~aysy
get the;' right kind at R ider's. Pen
Shop. We sell no ink substitutes or
kinds which clog your' pen andi mak~e
it useless. Your pen and, ink spe-
Scialisttknowvs. tf
I- LOST
LOST-Kapipa Kappa Gamma jeweled
-pin with name Mary Alice 'Moore on
'the back. Call 7117. 12-13
LOST-A ladies blue silk umbrella in
room 202 University Hall last Wed-
IInesday. If found please call 5470.
12
LOST-Large leather note book left in
roomi 402, Mason Hll, yesterday
noon (Oct. 7). Name of owner onE
notes in notebook. Finder pleases
dial 8632. Reward. 11-12-13
LOST-Waterman Ideal fountain pen,
sterling silver case. Has initials
M. S. S. Reward. Dial 6979.
10-11-12
-NOTICE-New Victor Records, Ortho-
tphonic recording. Every week at
Schaeberle & Sons, 110 S. Main St.1
tf

NOTICE
NOTICE-Yes They're-Here! Those-
lovely new Real silk styles" and coil-
ors-in fall and winter hosiery. All
silk from top toe; silk with "special
processed lislefeet and tops,, both
full fashioned and regulars; silk amnd
wool solid and fancy colors; corn-
fortable' outsiz es in twenty-eightL
stylish shades. Dainty lingerie at
factor'y pries See the Ladies Hlome
Journal, October, page 74. Also for
men "the best silk- (silk and. wool
too) socks in America barring none"
(See Saturday Evening" Post this
wveek, page 108).
REAL SILK HOSIERY -MILLS;
Suite 5, 209 S. State St.
t An Invitation by card or phone will
{bring our service representative.
1-2-l7tf
VOICE CULTURE-Pansy" Johnuson,
contralto; graduate Unilversity
School of Music, ppil f of Horatio
Coneil, Philadelphia. Dial 4685.
904, S. State. 11 to 16o Inct
CHINESE RUGS
SPECIAL DISPLAY AND SALE OF'
RUGS AND THINGS CHINESE.
Corner Liberty and Fourth Ave.
Mrs. HI. B. Merrick.
11-12-13
NOTICE-Pianos and Victrolas for
rent, terms right. Schiaeberle & Son
Music House, 110 S. Main St. tf
SINGING LESSONS given by experi-
fenced singer. Call Mr. Susumag o at
f dal 7103. 7-8-9-10-11-12
NOTICE
WILD THE: TAILOR HAS
OVERCOATS SAND SUITS TO FIT
YOU-ALL STYLES AND FABRICS
$22.50 UP
FLANNEL TROUSERS, $5.00 UP
Altering and Repairing. Come in .to
see, us now.
109 E. Washington. Phone 5069
WILD, THE TAILOR
1 011-12
NOTICE-Mell Gillespie, Teacher anid
Soloist; thirty years experience;
banjos, mandolin, guitar and chord
construction. Dial 4757.
8 to 30 incck.iod

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Priced at $3.00, this lamp may be used as a study
lamp, a dresser lamp and in many other ways. Come
at it and you will see its great advantages.
Phone 4744 1111 S. irerSlty-.

in and look
Phone 4144-

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Scientifically Selectedl and' Prepared Foods

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Learn to Dance
at
Gratrget'

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Margaret's

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GREY SHIOP
Special Sunday Evening Lunch
5:00-11-:00

600, East Liberty St

Phone 92 15

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lrekOny WOODWARD AT ELIOT' x i e f *ts
starting . 1 1 14ATI-NEEB
mo Ot. 11 t LIle Ths~., Tus
Mo. c.1 PLAYHOUSIE td
By Special Request
OWE N',Af
Great American Comedy
"UptheLade
L'A Good, Cleai, Whcrh'.sne Comedy Dramar

Beginning 'Wednesday this week the
School of D~ancing at Granger's will be
organized. Classes rheef Wednesdays
and Fridays' from 7:00: to, 7:45 and
will be under the direct supervision of
Madame Ch-arinse.
Mad.aneCharisse' is a new~comer and
perhaps needs ant introdumction. She and
her family were originally on the stage
at the Opera in Paris -and recently has
completed a long engagement as a head-
liner on B. F. Keith's- circuit. We are
fortunate in. having such an expert to
take charge of our. School of Dancing.
There is still a chan~ce for those desir-
irtg. to book trained and rehearsed orches-
tras forFl' enagemetsto do so.
Phone th' Acadmy an'd rake arrange=
meets to hear these' orchestras practice,
and then pick out fe' -one which will best
suet your, iieeds.'

IT'SH ERWE AGAI N
The Greatest Success Detroit
Has Ever Known! {
"in. ig Parade"
A Metro-Goldwvyn-Mayer Production
Exactly as produced last season during its
phenomenal run at the Shubert-Detroit ;

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