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FRIDAY, OCTOBElR 22, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DMLY

PAGE SEVEN

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HASKELL INDIANS' TEAM HANGS UP
G R EA T RECORD OVER FOUR SEASONS

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LOST-Hill Auditorium, Oct. 8, blue
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will be char edn yi LOST-Man's pocket watch Admiral
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classify all wants ads under appropriate head- , on Ferry Field, Sat., Oct. 16, Re-
ings and to revise or withhold objectionable ward. Call Charlotte Stevens 7614.
copy.!
This column closes at 3 I'. M. date preced- 21-22-23
ing publication. Notice of any er-or must be
given in time for the second insertion. LOST-Garnet brooch at Maj Saturday
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fve average words to the line) for one or two 20-21-22
in sertionus.
Nine cents per reading line for three or more
insertions. s ey LOST-A gold fountain pen decorated
Cash classifieds received at the Daily office
in The Press Building on Maynard Street. in yellow and black on the diagonal
CONTRACT RATES or on East University. Finder please
Special standardized rates given on applica- call 21146. Reward. 20-21-2

In a Notable display
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We are able to present the finest
products of foremost English
and Ameriean makers:
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FOR RENT
FOR RENT-One double and one
single room; warm and light. 2081
N. Division, Phone 6521.
22-23-24-25
CAMPUS-811 E. Huron. Pleasant
room for one or two; first floor;
private entrance; rent reasonable.
Come after 4:30. 21-22-23
FOR RENT-Single or double room
in private family. Garage. 312 E.
Ann St. 21-22-23

LOST-Anyone knowing of the name
and address of the girl who found
a Kappa pin in front of the Lit
building Friday, October 8, will
please notify Mary Alice Moore, 1204
Hill St. or phone 7117. Reward.
20-21-22

Five years ago,' the Haskell India ns were having rather a hard time
inning football games, the gridiron sport being on the decline among the
Redmen. It was at this time that R. E. Hanley, former star at Washing-
ton State college, came to coach the I dians.
Since Coach Hanley took charge a great change has taken place and
Haskell has built up an enviable rec ord. In the last four years, Hanley's
teams have won 37 games and lost 9 for a percentage of .804.
This year, Haskell is again looki Dg for a successful season and Coach
Hanley will have able assistance in turning out a winning team with the
veteran Creek Indian, Chief Tom Sti dham holding down his regular tackle
berth. Stidman is captain of the West erners.

Framous Fine Fur Coats

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ON THE SIDELINES

According to Coach Yost's official
bulletin, the Wolverines will lineup
on Ferry field Saturday in the follow-,
ing order: Oosterbaan and Flora,
ends; Baer and Gabel, tackles; Pal-
meroli and Lovette, guards; Truskow-
ski, center; Friedman, quarterback;
Rich and Gilbert,halfbacks; and Mo-
lewda, fullback.
Timm, of the same stable that
houses the famous "four mules,"
will ntot play against Michigan,
and therefore Illinois thinks that
Zuppke's team is ruined. What
Is Timm and what has he ever
done to be considered such a won-
derful football player? Timm has
never played in a college football
game and it hardly seems reason-
able to count him as half of the
Illinois team when he hasn't ap-
peared in the lineup. Coach Yost
could say that the loss of Cook
has cost Michigan the champion-
ship. Cook has a great repuiation
behind him, but it is only conjec-
ture to say that he will run wild
in Big Ten competition. Zuppke's
howl about the "loss" of Timm be-
lug so keenly felt just before the
Michmigan game is ridiculous.
A la Zuppke, Coach Yost gave -his
squad a careful survey and then is-
sued a statement saying that Michi-
gan's chances were dimmed because
Thisted, last year's center has not re-
ported for practice this season. In-
eligiblility claimed Thisted last June,
but Yost thinks that the time is ripe
for a big how,. In looking over the
records, it was also noted that Stain-
man,.letter man from last year's team,
did not register in the University this
fall. Yost should give up another
lusty howl.
The Chicago Tribune printed a
story in a late issue giving the
wide world the Michigan outlook
on the Illinois game. It seems
like a case of bad liquor or bad

judgment on the'part of the re-
porter as lie writes that "gloom
strikes the Michigan campus."
Yost stooped rather low and gave
the Tribune reporter a sob sister in-
terview and of course, the writer as-
sumes that gloom strikes the whole
campus when the coach declines to
give out the exact score of the game.
The Michigan campus is not betting
two to one odds on a 40 to 0 score,
but at the same time we are not seek-
nig a hiding place every time we see
a mule parade down the street.
Frosty Peters, the snow man
from Montana, will meet some op-
position when it comes to this
select sport of place kicking in
this man Hughes, a substitute
halfback. on the Michigan squad.
Hughes has been booting the ball
over the uprights from th0 40
yard line with amazing regularity
and may be used as a scoring
power if the Illinois team holds
the Yostmien to too close a score.
Then too, Friedman is adept in the
art of place kicking.
Coach Zuppke and the shipment
from the university hospital will ar-
I rive in Ypsilanti this morning and
after looking over the town and the
two (per) ox-eyed queens over there,
will have a workout on Ferry field
this afternoon. We will disguise our-
selves behind a pair of crutches to
work our way into the secret drill,
and will record the sights in the pa-
per the next morning.
Three radio stations will broad-
cast the Michigan-Illinois game
Saturday from the press box at
Ferry field. The Chicago Tribune
radio station, VGN, the Detroit
Free Press, 1WCX, and the Detroit
News, WWJ, have announced that
they will be on the air, and give
play by play accounts.

From Gordon Ferguson
this fall's newest coat in tApvny
beige is the "Wool Seal"
GUARANTEED QUALITY, $195
A great Wallaby coat in a beau-
tiful tone of brolvn for $95
Dyed Dog Coats, $70
SCARFS FR(OM!ABROAD
Foreign beauty in richly blended
colored silks

FOR RENT--Nice double front room;
private family; near State; garage.
801 Granger. Dial 21125. tf.
FOR RENT-Single room, warm and
in a quiet home. 1412 Geddes Ave.
Phone 6147. 20-21-22
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Women's beaver coat
with raccoon collar and cuffs, sold
at a sacrifice. Call 3010.
22-23-24-25-26
FOR SALE-Ford roadster, late 1925:
five good tires and accessories;
good mechanical condition; cheap
for cash. Phone 4935. 22-23
FOR SALE-Tuxedo, size 37. In good
condition. Price reasonable. Ask for
Newland, 607 E. Liberty. Call 5807.
20-21-22
FOR SALE-A. Nash Co. Suit, Over-
coat or topcoat, made to measure.
$23.00. Guaranteed fit. Phone 21073.
20-21-22
FOR SALE-Russian Wolfhound pup-
pies for sale, pedigreed stock, roas-
onable. J. C. Wells, 3853 Torrence
Drive, Toledo, Ohio. 20-21-22
FOR SALE-Essex four cylinder car;
ideal for student use. Price 35.00.
Dial 22184. 603 N. Main St. 22-23-24
fEuek JJ"

WANTED
WANTED-Dressmaking and coat. lin-
ing. Phone 7086 or call at 1336 Vol-
land. 22-23-24
WANTED-Two tickets for Illinois
game. Will pay cash, or if desired
will exchange for Ohio seats. Hed-
rick at 7038. 22-23
WANTED-Four tickets for Illinois.
Taylor 5917. 22-23
WANTED-Illinois game tickets;
north or south stand. Call Univer-
sity 28. 22
WANTED-Ctsh for one or two Illi-
noise tickets; or if desired will ex-
change for Ohio seats. Hedrich at
7038. 21-22
WANTED-Freshman's light service
for room and $15 weekly. 1103 E.
Washington. Phone 6365, after 7
p. in. 22-23-24
WANTED-Two or four tickets for I1-
linois gane. Phone 5474.
20-21-22
WANTED-Two students to secure
subscriptions for a worth while pub-
lication. Good comission. Box 122
Daily. 20-21-22
WANTED-Unusual opportunity for 10
students willing to sell before Illi-
nois and Wisconsin games. See
Philip, between 4-6. 410 S. Division.
20-21-22
NOTICE
NOTICE
MANICURING AND MARCELLINQG-
Phone 7086 or call at 1336 lolland,
Ruth Goulder. 22-23-24
FORD SALES AND SERVICE
1925 FORD ROADSTER, motor over-
hauled, good balloon tires, new
top, good upho'lstering.
TWO 1925 FORD COUPES, new rub-
ber, upholstering in god shape,
motor A-1.
1925 FORD TOURING, upholstering
good, motor A-1, and 5 balloon
tires.

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business in a friendly way. If you
think so too, let's get together.

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or heavy fall and ivinter wear
lust Out
Black Crew Neck Sweaters
The season 's latest offering

Ikeeps the
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the next time
you are in your
favorite store and
then you'llknow
why ecphorenes
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Conklin Endura, it $5
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fmahogany; long or '
short; clip or ring cap.
A wide variety of
other Conklin pens
and pencils, in #ubber
and all metals-
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for pens. Conklin
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Chicago San Francisco Boston

FORDS-All kinds, bought at H. S.
Platt's Ford Sales and Service.
Are guaranteed for 30 days. Come
in and look them over.
21-3
AMBITIOUS STUDENT? YES,!
Mr. M. C. Dent, '28, made $4.94 in
two hours last Wednesday after-
noon-his first week. Students
,who need money, or merely wish
business training will be afforded
every opportunity. Lrge national
manufacturer with local Branch
Office. Call or phone. -
209 S. State St., Suite 5. Dial 9592.
20tf
JOS. W. KOLLAUF
Maker of Gentlemen's Clothes. Exper-
ienced fitter. Sales and Workrooms,
115/2 So. Main St. 20-21-22
NOTICE-Fur coat remodelling and
repairing. Phone 9897. 809 E. Uni-
versity Ave. 20-21-221
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
NOTICE-Mell Gillespie, Teacher and
Soloist; thirty years experience;
banjos, mandolin, guitar and chord
construction. Dial 4757.
8 to 30 inch eod
LOST-Ladies'.wrist watch, gray rib-
bon strap. Reward. Return to W.
E. Hampton, K. of P., Wuerth Ar-
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Discriminating Dressers
Pick out the best dressed man
you know. Thei chances arc
he's Royal Tailored. He knows
the high-class features of Royal
made-to-your-measure garments.
Do you? We can tell you all
about them.
Albert Gansle

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