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When Minnesota and Iowa meet Saturday, there will be another rivalry
beside the outcome of the game itself. Minnesota is favored to triumph
over the Hawkeyes and Joesting is expected to star for the Gophers in the
role of fullback and line plunger.
Joesting, however, will be forced to do his best to outdo the efforts of
Schmidt, of Iowa, who has shown well even though his team has gone down
to Ohio State and Illinoiss
THE PRESS BOX
By Milton Kirsibaum
Ticket applications for the various]
games are still being dropped like hot
coals. Students are afraid to go to
bed at night for fear that they will
awaken in the morning to find a let-
ter 'awaiting them from the business
office with a refund. Checks are usu-
ally welcome-but not in exchange for
According to Mr. Tillitson, busi-
ness manager of the Athletic as-
sociation, this is the worst ticket
season in the seven years that lie
has been here. Likewise, the Wis-
consin game has been the worst
on tickets-and remittances. In
other words, the worst year, with;
the worse game ,and the worse
tickets. The house that Jack built,
is being reconstructed, but upside*
The team was put through the last
strenuous session last night and will
probably go through a light signall
workout'today. Barton Hills has beenl
a pretty lucky location so the men will
probably park there for the night,
The lineup still remains as
j much a mystery as the Cretan
labyrinth except that it is more
complicated. Some students and
fans can recall with delight the
Wisconsin gane two years ago,
when after having fallen 39-14 at
the hands of Illinois, the Yostmen
staged a comeback and downed
the Wisconsin eleven 21-0, the
worst defeat that a Ryan-coached
team had ever suffered. The line-
up at that time was a much re-
vamped one. What surprise is in
store this time?
It has been a long time, except for
the boat-racing contest . with .North-
western on Soldiers' field last year,
in which a Michigan team has met de-
feat decisively. Consequently, what
with secret practices and the like,
we do not know what to expect. Of
one thing we are certain-there will
be at least 11 men on the field at the
start of the game, probably seven for
I the line, and four for the backfield.
What we would like to know is who
the men will be.
We have selected patterns to serve
those fellows who have just ab o ut
given up the idea of ever finding ties
that are truly different.
Lined and Unlined
This year we have a triple hand
stitched pigskin glove that is .washable
with any mild facial soap and warm
t c icd An Baing
If you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie
the Ad-Taker, Dial 21_14, and your want ad
will be charged.-
The Michigan Daily reserves the right to
classify all wants ads under appropriate head-
ings and to revise or withhold objectionable
This column closes at 3 P. M. date pr:ced-
ing publication. Notice of any er-or must be
given in time for the second insertion.
Ten cents per reading line (on the basis of
five average words to the line) for one or two
Nine cents per reading line for three or more
(asr classifieds received at the Daily office
in The Press Building on Maynard Street.
Special standardized rates given on applica-
FOR RENT-Ford touring car for
the Ohio game. Phone 4539. 322
John St. 34
FOR RENT-Fine three room and
four room furnished apartments.
Good location, moderate rent. Call
Mr. Moran 8805 or 21467. 33-34-35
FOR SALE-A fine tailored suit or
overcoat, 6 lines $22.50 to $36.00.
Two hundred samples. Good Clothes
Shoppe, 711 N. Univ. Ave. 5-6 and
7:30-8:30 p.m. tf.
FOR SALE-Cheese cloth bunting in
Mich. and Wis. colors, ten cents a
yard. Main Floor Annex Mack &
FOR SALE-Tuxedo, size 36. Worn
once, will sell at a sacrifice. Call
402 South Observatory. 34-35-36
FOR SALE-A Nash Co. Suit, Over-
coat or Topcoat, made to measure,
$23.00. Guaranteed fit. Phone 21073.
FOR SALE-"Turkish Towel," a real
Victor record; "Monte Carlo J6ys."
Schaeberle and Son Music House,
110 S. Main. tf.
FOR SALE-Hear "Chick, Chick,
Chicken" on Victor record, by Ted
Weems and his orchestra. Schae-
berle and Son Music House, 110 S.
FOR SALE-Hear Paul Whiteman's
new Victor record, "Trudy." Schae-
berle and Son Music House, 110 8.
Main St. tf
WANTED-2 tickets for the
gan-Wisconsin game. Call
In cedar brown
In corn tan
WANTED to exchange two single
tickets for the Wisconsin game;
one exceptionally good for two ad-
jacent seats anywhere in the sta-
dium. Call 5321. 34
WANTED-Garage near 1319 Cam-
bridge. Phone 5618. Ask for Mann.
WANTED-Expert marcelling and wa-
ter waving. Loretta Beauty Shoppe,
300 S. State, Dial 21410. 33-34-35
WANTED-Two tickets for Wisconsin
game. Call L. Duprow after 7 p.m.
WANTED-Wisconsin game. Wanted
to exchange good feat in EE for one
in I or J. Dial 861. 33-34
WANTED-One ticket for Michigan-
Wisconsin game. Cali Betty Cutter,
Phone 21058. ..33-34
WANTED-Tickets for Wisconsin
game. Call Dodd,Buck or Taylor,
WANTED-Four tickets for Wiscon-
sin game, together or in pairs. Call
2171 6. 3-3-34-35
WANTED--Two students to sell sou-
venirs before the game Saturday.
Good commission. Call Frater at
6634 after 6 pA. 34
Also a genuine deer skin glove
that has been tanned and cured with-
uot removing the grain fronm the
leather -- washable. In corn tan with'
a contrasting black trim.
Buck skins in dusk grey and other
That are sturdy with swagger and
FOUND--Tne best place in the city to
buy fine all wool tailored suits.
Prices from $22.50 to $36.00. 200
samples to choose from. 711 N.
Univ. Open 5-6 and 7:30-8:30 p.m.
FOUND-A man's watch on corner of
Cambridge and Baldwin. Phone 9828.
LOST-Pair of black-rimmed glasses
in black case. Finder please phone
LOST-Glasses in a small silk bag,
near Foster's, Nov. 1st. Call Adele
Ewell, Phone 3881. 33-34
LOST-At Sigma Chi house party,I
blue overcoat made by Spinaler-
Scholz, Detroit. Call 1-1. H-. Bullock,
548 S. State. Phone 6417. 33-34-3,
LOST-A black silk and gold purse,
Friday, Oct. 29, near Hill auditor-
ium. If found, return to 237 5.
Ingalls. Reward. 32-33-34
WANTED-Two tickets 'for the Ohio'
game. Call J. H. Wiener, 9217.
WANTED-Tickets for Wisconsin and
Ohio games. Call Doench or Grim-
shaw. Dial 5909. 33-34-35
WANTED-A room for Friday, Satur-
day nights fo' iother and daughter
near Cambridge and Olivia. Phone
5618. H. Adler. 33-34-35
WANTED--Wisconsin, ticket and $9.75
for new Radiola III. plus tubes and
headphones. Only five left. Tisch,
323 Thompson. Phone 5665.
WANTED-SiN tickets for the Ohio
State game. Phone 3058. 33-34
WANTED-2 tickets together for Wis-
consin game. Call 21900. 33-34-35
WANTED - Tickets for Wisconsin
game. Promises will do. Dial 5618,
ask for M. Baer. 32-33-34
WANTED-Tickets for Wisconsin-
Michigan game. Dial 4779.
WANTED-A student girl to work for
room and board. Call 21588.,tr
WANTED STUDENTS to .know that
Sam pays from $5 to $25 for old
suits and overcoats.
121 E. ANN DIAL 4306
Pianos, Victrolas for rent-UNIVER-
SITY MUSIC HOUSE. Phone 7515.
The complete list of November rec-
ords are now in stock atAilmendin-
ger's Music Shop, 305 Maynard. 33
Grand Piano--Good as new, slightly
used; save you $200. Easy terms.--
UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE.
LOST-A black hand bag 'containing
clothing. Initials E. C. C. on
i shirts. Phone '6617 32-33-34
LOST--K. & E. Log-Log slide rule.
Initials H. L. P. on case. Finder
please phone 5368, and ask for
"Herb." Reward. 32-33-34
LOST-Six months' old gray kitten.
Reward. 912 Forest. Dial 21639.
LOST-Tuesday, on campus, Sigma
Alpha Mu fraternity pin. Initials
M. S. K. on back. Dial 3540.
LOST-Person who found leather
pocketbook Tuesday, October 26,
call 3193 or return. Reward.
WANTED-Tickets for Wisconsin and
Ohio State. Call 7637. 34-35
WANTED-2 or 4 tickets for Wiscon-
sin game. Call 5474. 33-34-35
WANTED-One hundred men to ex-
amine our hundreds of samples of
fine tailored suits and overcoats.
Prices $22.50 to $36.00. None bet-
ter. Good Clothes Shoppe, 711 N.
Univ. Open 5-6 and 7:30-8:30 p.m.
WANTED-Experienced cellist wanted
at once. Call 9215. 34-35
WANTED-Young man who has had
experience and has a following in
young men's clothing, hats and fur-
nishings, wanted to take charge of.
clothing department in college
FORD SALES AND SERVICE
1925 FORD, 'two-door, 5 good
balloon tires, upholstering good,
TWO FORD COUPES,
rubber, upholstering in
shape, motor A-1.
comfort that only a carefully
1 1925 FORD ;TOURING, up'hol-
stering good, motor A-1, and .5
I balloon tires.
We also have a few Fords un-
der $100.00 in good mechanical
condition. Drop in and look
them over at H. S. Platt.
Phonograph repairing, all makes. UNI-
VTRSITY MUSIC HOUSE. Phone 7515
Ambitious student, Mr. E. W., S.,
Lit. '27, with our co-operation first
semester, earned in vacation $29670,
and in addition, on Sept. 30thi, received
profit-sharing check of $73.92. Stu-
dents needing money, or merely wish-
ing elemental business training Will
be afforded uncommon opportunities.
Renowned national manufacturer-
with convenient local branch ofice.
Call 209 S. State St., Suite 5. Dial 9592.
To see best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tf
Prompt and Reliable Piano Tuning
-UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE.
designed shoe could attain.
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