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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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01NQN THE SIDELINES
By Wilton Simpson I hope I am not mistaken on
When John 1. Molenda, otherwise this matter. But today when I re-
known. as Bo, the Plowboy, plunged ceived my ticket for the Minneso-
through the Minnesota line for the ta game, I found that my seat will
first touchdown of the game Saturday, be in the east stand. A big sur-
he was put into a state of stupor by a prise to ine and to all my friends.
blow on thc head. Thae Wolve rine I am a senior, and have been three
star fullback did not know thatlhe years as a residence in the camp.
ghad made the touchdwn; he did not - us, yet I couldn't receive the same
k w t m it w; hddoi privilege as the others did. I can't
know what time it was; he did niot reasoni this out. Or, is it lust be.
know that Michigan was leading; or. ,
j.- - cause. I didn't send a. check to-
in short, he knew nothing. After's
asking a myriad of questions as to his cover the price of the ticket I
vhercabouts, he asked Captain Fried- would like to know.
man to call for time and then the .t is told that the tickets, I mean
dazed star was relegated to the side- I the applications should be sent in
x ns.before Oct. 2. I did that. I sent theml
in Friday and expect them to get there
IRed Grange is in town awl you the same afternoonor in the morning
can secure 50 yard line seats for the next day. Anyway I sent them'
50 cents. This is not an adver- before the time as you mentioned in
tisenment and furthermore we have the announcement. Of course, I didn't
no stock in the Arcade theater. send in earlier because I was so busy
"Cash and (arry" Pyle's version in arranging my selection of studies
of the master gridiron film seems for this semester, I hardly have time
to be '"$100,000 down and a million to do anything else. You know ..we are
to go coming to college to study not for
football; but whatever privilege we
We hereby submit for your consid- should receive, I have the right to
eration a facsimile of a letter received claim for equity.
by the athletic association last week: Signed-An unsatisfactory Student.
Dear Mr. Tillotson:-

SULLIVAN ISSUES CALL
FOR BOXINGCANDIDATES
All men students interested in box-
ing from a competitive standpoint are
requested to meet with Ted Sullivan,
boxing coach, at 7 o'clock next
Wednesday night in Waterman. gym-
nasium. The purpose of the meeting
is to formulate arrangements for a
tournament which will decide all-
campus boxing champions in seven
I weight divisions. t
The Intramural department has se-
cured the services of Coach Sullivan
who will direct the training of all
contestants free of charge.
A two weeks course df preliminary
training will be required of all en-
I trants to insure good, physical condi-
tion. Actual instruction in the art of
boxing will succeed this work.
Following this training elimination
bouts will be held among the members
of each class. The champions of the !
various classes will meet to deter-
mine the all-campus champions in
each of the seven weight divisions.
f Medals will be awarded by the In-
tranural department to each of these
champions.

44 I A ~ rr n LOST-Boton bull pup, black and
t white breast andw hite
If you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie front paw. Dr. Classen, 422 Hanil-
the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your want ad tol. Pl. 6325. Reward. 19-20-21
" wleMaichigan Daily reserves the right to
classify all wants ads under appro,riate head- - ST-A trigonometry book Pial
ing'and to revise or withhold onjectionable 7027. Marcus. 19
This column closes at 3 P. M. date preced- i
ing publication. Notice of any error must be NOTICE- New Victor Revords, Ort-h)-
given in time for the second insertion, phonic recorging. Every week at
CASH RATES
Ten cents per eating line (on the basistof Schaeberle &: Sons 110 '. Main St..
fiveaveagewords to the line) for one or two E
insertions.
Nie cents per reading line for three or more
Cash classifieds received at the Daily officeiAIT
in The Press Building on Maynard Street.
CONTRACT RATES
Special standardized rates given on applica-. WANTED-Students who can - sketch
ticon-and paint designs rapidly and ac-
curately. Phone 8681. 19
FOUND
WANTED-Student and fanny laun.
FOUND-On Campus, girl's small dry anted. Phone 8(94.

If you don't mind, kindly announce
the way you are distributing the foot-
ball tickets.
I was told that the third or fourth
year residence students will have
their seats in the north and south
stands, while those been less than
these numbers of years residence will
-ccupy the east and west stands.

FACCTLTY SWIM CLASSES
Beginning with next week, the
advanced faculty swimming class
will meet every Monday and Fri-
day noon, promptly at 12:15 o'-
clock. The classes will be of 30;
minutes duration.
Coach Matt Mann, Varsity
swimming coach, has arranged
plans for a beginner& class for
members of the University fac-
ulty. This class will meet every
Wednesday at 12:45 o'clock .

In the scrimmage between the
Varsity scrubs and the freshmen
yesterday Sammy Babcock took
the opening kickoff and. ran 80
yards for a touchdown. ]Practice
makes perfect.; try it against
Illinois.

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Let us be at your
Service
SHOE REPAIR SHOP
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hats the best is real economy.
STETSON HATS
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To Win All Tux $ Preferred by
To W AllTuxMichganMen,-
Business on the Ficign dn,
Campusiness oFirst,Last, and
Always

purse, containing money.. Owner
please identify. Call Roy Baer,
3936. 17-18-19
FOUND-Duofold: pen, on Monroe.
Will owner call' Laura Joslyn 21058.
17-18-19
FOUND-Automatic Pencils which we
sell at a low figure, $..50 to $1.50 that
work as well and last as long as the
best. Rider's Pen Shop. tf
FOR RENT1
FOR 4fENT-Student desiring a single
room or double room with room-
mate in fine location from campus."
912 Monroe. Dial 8741. 19-20-21
FOR RENT-Nice double front room,.
private family, near State; garage.
801 Granger. Dial 21125. 19
FOR RENT-Fine offices facing Cam-
pus. Also 4 room and 2 room fiat
on Elm St. Dial 8805 or 21467 and
ask for Mr. Moran. 18-19
NOTICE--First class repair work on
all musical instruments at.Schaeb-
erle & Sons. 110 S. Main; St. tf
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Latest model Remington
Portable typewriters. A limited num-
ber of used portables. For free dem-
onstration phone 3489. 19e.o.d.tf
FOR SALE--Ford roadster, two bal-
loons and three cord tires; excellent
condition; cheap for cash. 513
Thompson. 19-20-21
FOR SALE-Full length Muskrat coat,
good condition, reasonable price.
Call 5524. 19-20-21
FOR SALE-Ink is the life blood of-
your Fountain Pen. You will always
get the right kind at Rider's Pen
Shop. We sell no ink substitutes or
kinds which clog your pen and make
it useless, Your pen and ink spe-
cialist knows: tf
LOST
LOST-Small fox terrier, black and
white; name Trixie. R. R. Snearly,
338 Maynard St. 19
LOST-A Culver ring. Initials B. H. L.
* Reward. Call Levy at 6947. Address
821 E. Huron. 19-20-21
LOST-Leather notebook, name on in-
side, fountain pen also in it. Phone
22187. Reward.' 19
LOST-Yellow gold Ch'i Phi fraternity
pin, between Barbour Gym and
Palmer Field, Monday noon. Re-
ward. Phone 3318-1620 Cambridge
Road. 19-20-21
LOST-Indian blanket in stadium dur-
ing Minnesota game. Reward. Call
6765. Miss Urivant. 19-20
LOST-Light weight grey tweed top
coat at Sigma Phi dance Saturday
night. Dial 4631. 19-20-21

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beautiful Arabian
Roomn finest din-
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troit. Luring mu
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' Gerald Marks' or-
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19-20-21
WANTED-One or two tickets for 1111-
nois game. Box 121 Daily. 19-20
WANTED-Tickets wanted for Illinois
. game. Call 5909. Doench.
19-20-21
WANTED-Tickets for Michigan-Illi-
nois game. Dial 4779. 19-21-24
WANTED-Students to pick apples in
spare time during next two weeks.
Dial 4492. Delafield Fruit Farm.
19-20-21
WANTED-Students to know that we
have a $5.00 pen Which is unequalled
at the price. Call for Wahls new
$5.00 pen, any style of point and in
three colors Hard Rubber Holders.
Rider's Pen Shop. tf
7IOTEC
NOTICE - UNUSUAL OFFER -- One
hundred dollars cash takes my al-
most new, satin silver finish, gold
bell, $200 Conn, Baritone saxaphone.
Used only few times. Case included.
Write 3015 Columbus, Detroit, Mich.
19-20
NOTICE-Hear all the latest Hits on
the Columbia at Allmindinger's. A
hot new one The Birth of the Blues.
Allmindinger's Music Shop, Mayn-
ard St. 19-21-23

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Our College Clothes
Graduated from the School
Of Good Style
Three-button models,
with natural shoul-
ders, notch lapels-
short and rounded-
fairly loose fitting
coat, full of grace and

Corduroy
* Coats
all colors, in Wool, Slicker or Sheepskin Lining
Are bought for less here.
Wool Blouses, Leather Coats and Jackets
For Ladles and Men

1925 Overland Coach-This car has
balloon tires, very good motor and
the finish is fine. Our price is
$365.00.
,1925Ford Tudor-This car has red
wire wheels, exceptionally good
tires, the finish and upholstering
is very clean. 'This motor is full
of pep-look at the price; $265.00.
1926 Ford Roadster-Balloons, just
nicely broken in. $265.00 takes it.
1925 Ford Roadster-Disc Wheels-A
dandy little car for $135.00.
UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET SALES,
Corner Huron and Ashley Sts.
Phdn+ '0314
19-20
AMBITIOUS COLLEGE STUDENTS,
who are working their way through
school,) have a splendid opportunity
with large hational institution.
Local Branch Office, Suite 5, 209 S.
State St. Dial 9592. tf
FORD SALES AND SERVICE
11925 FORD ROADSTER, motor over-
hauled, good' balloon tires, new
top, good upholstering.
i'WO 1925 FORD COUPES, new rub-
ber, upholstering in good shape,
motor A-1.
'925 FORD TOURING, upholstering
good, motor A-1, and 5 balloon
tires.
FORDS-All kinds, bought at H. S.
Platt's Ford Sales and Service.
Are guaranteed-for 30 days. Come
in and look them over.
19
PARCEL DELIVERY and Baggage
Transfer: Washings, trunks, boxes,
furniture, one piece or a load. Phone
6016. 17-18-19
NOTICE-JAS. W. KOLLAUF, Maker
of/ Gentlemen's Clothes. Experi-
enced fitter. Sales and workrooms
115/ South Main. 17-18-19
NOTICE-Pianos and Victrolas for
rent, terms right, Schaeberle & Son
Mkusic House, 110 S. Main St. ' tf
EXPERIENCED piano and pipe organ
teacher. Emma Fisher Cross, for-
mer faculty member School of Mu-
sic and pupil of Leschetizky of
Vienna. Studio, Apt. 8, 610 E. Lib-
erty. Phone 3566. lleodtf

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LOST-In the library, a loose
notebook containing chemistry
English notes. Call 21829.

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and
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tailored in smart lines,
made for college men by
Kupp enheimer
and Belmont
$35 to $60
with 2 pair Trousers
Masten. &Chase
211 S. Main St.

A large assortment in Tan and Grey Suede, Reindeer Flesher, Black and
Brown Napa and Horse Hide, as also Corduroys, Wool Plaids and Wool
Navakots.
These are popular with college men and our prices
are as popular as the garments.
Moccasin Packs and High-Tops

LOST--Memorandum book with daily
sales record, addresses, etc. Also
contained papers bearing owner's
name on Birmingham, Michigan,
check blanks. Reward. Dial 4492:
19-20-21
LOST-Chi Psi fraternity pin. Reward.
Dial 6317. 19
LOST-Small wrist watch, white gold
with white gold strap. Lost after
Minnesota game between Ferry Field
and Martha Cook Building. Return
to Daily. Reward. 19-20-21
LOST-All desire to promote highly
colored pens, necessarily made of
celluloid, at a great sacrifice 'of sta-
bility to attract the eye' and ,assist
the advertising. Our pens are made,
almost without exception of PURE
VEGETABLE GUM RUBBER, the.
most stable material ever found for
Fountain pens. Rider's Pen Shop.
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Breeches, Wool and Sweat Shirts,
Hunting Boots, Laundry Bags,

Puttees, Wool Hose,
Cover-Alts, Etc.

Tower's IN Stickers
All Styles and CG9ors for Ladies and Men.
Wool Blankets

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