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THU1RSDAY, NOVE~MBER 11, 192

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DIC -TEN SCHEDULES
To BE MADE NOVy. 26
(By Associated Press)
ClI CAGO, Nov. 10.-Athletic direc-
tors aiid football coaches of the West-
ern Conference have chosen the eve
of the Army-Navy game to draft the
1927 football schedules. They will
meet here Friday, Nov. 26, and intend
to witness the gridiron spectacle after
arranging their games for next season.
Rumblings of new alignments among
traditional Big Ten opponents were
heard today, the Chicago-Northwest-
ern series being one which gossip says
is likely to be broken. Illinois is
rcady to accept the place on the North-
western prog.am for 1927, and the
Purple also are anxious to arrange a
big intersectional game to fill their
new double deck stadium with its
seating capacity of about 70,000..
Chicago has an engagement with
Pennsylvania to be played in the west
in 1927, but it is questionable if Il-
linois and Penn will clash again next
year.
The Michigan-Minnesota and the In-
diana-Northwestern doubleheaders 01
this year undoubtedly will not be ar-
ranged for 1927, that is, the coaches
do not want any more of the double-
header games, -provided it is possible
to arrange schedules without them.
Coach Rockne of Notre Dame, whc
has been playing Conference oppon-
ents and also beating them, hopes to
arrange at least three games with Big
Ten foes next season. Rockne will
play the University of Southern Cali-
fornia here the Saturday following
Thanksgiving, using the Soldiers field,
with a seating capacity of 100,000 as
the battle ground. Rockne hopes to
renew the contract with Northwest-
ern.
Coach Yost of Michigan has arrang-
ed to play the Navy at Ann Arbor,
Nov. 12 next year, and will dedicate
the monster new Michigan stadium,
with its seating capacity of 75,000, with
the Ohio State game on Oct. 22, 1927.
In announcing that the Buckeyes
will share in the dedicatory ceremon-
ies, Yost set at rest rumors that an
eastern eleven, probably Harvard,
would be asked to come to Ann Ar-
bor for this game.

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the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your want ad
will be charged.
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ings and to revise or withhold ehjectitnable
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Cast classifieds received at the Daily office
in The Press Building on Maynard Street.
CONTRACT RATES
Special standardized rates given on applica-
tion.
LA) ST
LOST-From auto, package of films;
reward for return to Rider's Pen
Shop. 39
LOST-A billfold, between Campus
Lunch nd Michigan Union. Con-
tained driver's license., two keys,
and Union card. Please call W. H.
Ketz at 5462. Reward. 39-40-41

WANTED--3 or 4 0. S. U. game
tickets. Call Lungquist 9588.
39-40
WANTED--25 students to do snall
amount of Work for line all wool
tailored suit or overcoat. Good
Clothes Shoppe, 711 N. Univ. 4-6
p). n.3-0
WANTED-Two Ohio tickets. Call
Lawrence lyman, 5618. 38-39-40
WANTED-Student going to Ohio
game to sell armba ols to pay ex-
penses. Call 9568. 38-39
WANTED TO RENT-Small apart-
ment or room in private home with
use of living room for one. month.
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LOST-Scarf about 1 yard square,
red and blue plaid on one side
and silver and black on the other.
Reward. Dial 7920. 39-40-41
LOST-A black loose-leaf notebook,I
belonging to Marie Curtiss. Liberal
reward. Dial 7614. 39
LOST-Gentleman's mixed color silk
knitted scarf, was lost at Majestic
theatre last Saturday evening. Call
6645 Tsang, evening. 39

WANTED--2 tickets for the Ohio
game. Call E. Ieymonn, 5618.
37-38-39
WANTED-Thiree more fellows to sell
arm bands at Ohio game. A good
way to pay all expenses. Phone
6455 or see. F. H. Fradenburgh at
116 N. State. Apartment 9, between
12 and 1 or after 5:30. 37-38-39
WANTED STUDENTS to know that
Sam pays from $5 to $25 for old
suits and overcoats.
121 E. ANN DIAL 4306
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WANTED-A student girl to work for
room and board. Call 21588. tf
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LOS'IT-Stone Martin neck piece be-
fore game last Saturday near cam-
pus. Reward. Call Theta Chi Fra
ternity, 1351 Washtenaw Ave.
39-40-41

Star Wolverine end for three
sons who played his final gam
Ferry field last Saturday ag
Wisconsin. Although suffering
an injured hand at the present
Flora will be in his regular po
in the Ohio State contest this>
end.
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ON TE S
CANTH SIELNE

Herbert E. Vedder
Yesterday was another work day
for the entire football squad. The
coaches were gratified by the showing
made against Wisconsin, but the epi-
sode with Bill Ingram's Midshipmen
has not been forgotten. Ohio State
has been priming for the Wolverines
for two weeks, and with the informa-
tion taken back by Wilce and his two
assistants of the rough shod attack the
Yostmen showered -on the helpless
Badgers last Satorday, the Buckeyes
should be, schooled in all plays Michi-
gan hasUsed this season and be able
to suggest a few more that the boys
from Ann Arbor might adopt.
Dummy scrimmage took most of the
time, in yesterday's session. The Var-
sity went on the defensive agafinst the
freshmen and scrubs using Ohio plays,
indulging but little in the way of a
new attack.
Coach Wieman has not let up on the
workouts for the Wolverine line andj
is working for a forward wall which3
will act as a unit and not as individ-
uals. Though the work against Wis-
consin was good, there can still be
improvement.
"The Lives of Great Men"-CHAP-
TER, 83 - "Tillotson of Michigan
University." And still they come
in! Mr. B. Butter Negger of
Cleveland sends in this telegram:
"I usually get 50 tickets for the
Ohio State game but this year I only
received seats for myself and one
wife." It must be nice to be a B. M.
O. C. in Cleveland-but which wife is
the gentleman going to take?

Last part of chapter 83-Mr. Tillot-I
son, well known around the campus asi
"Refund Harry," is glad to announce
that he has found someone who will
surely get his pasteboards next year
regardless of the Oct. 1 rule. C. - R.
Kellogg, of Morenci, Mich., submits
the following telegram : Read Asso-
ciated Press story in Sunday news-
paper that Ohio State will dedicate
the new stadium Oct. 22, 1927. En-
closed find draft for $10 for four seats
assuming the prices will remain the
same as now. Your early acknowl-
edgement will be appreciated. .This 1
sets a new record for early applica-
tions. December 7 had been the earl-
iest date up to this year, according to
Mr. Tillotson.
Another section of Chapter 83 was
written yesterday when a lady from
the inlands of Ohio wired the athletic
office: Five choice tickets together to
Michigan-Ohio State game $75. Wire
cash early Wednesday morning to
hold tickets and advise disposition of
3 same if interested. Mr. Tillotson re-
grets to state that he can not be in-
terested, much as he would like to.
There's the chance for some of the
more strapped students to get holy of
some choice seats at a reasonably low
price. No, we do not know what time
the ticket office will open this morn-
ing. Maybe B. B. Negger would like
to get in touch with this lady.
"Bob" Warren, one of Coach Cliff
Keen's best wrestlers and counted on
in the 145 pound class, suffered a dis-
located shoulder last Saturday in the
Fall games and may be out for the,
season.

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LOST-Sunday morning, probably
near Hill auditorium, old fashioned
gold brooch or breast pin with two
gold drops. Reward. Telephone-
7721. 38-39-40
LOST-Purse, brown with sewed
leather edge, containing valuable
keys and also money in Hill Aud.
$19 reward. Tele. 21950. 37-38- 39
LOST-Black and red sweat shirt and
gloves. On South Ferry Field dur-
ing fall games. Phone 6637.
37-38-39
LOST-Large blue notebook contain-
ing organic chemistry notes. Please
call Douglas DeGrausas 514 E. Jef-

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Person St. Dial 22429. 38-39-40
LOST-Betwen Hill Auditorium and
319 E. Williams, string of graduated
pink pearl beads. Finder pleast
notify phone 6889. 37-38-39
LARGE BLUE NOTEBOOK-Taken by
mistake froim bench in front of
Angell Hall. Please call 9152.
(37-38-39
LOST-Gold Fountain Pen, Saturday,
on State street. Name on barrel.
Call P. E. Delf, 5410. 37-38-39
FOR RENTj

FORD SALES AND SERVICE
1925 FORD, two-door, 5 good
balloon tires, upholstering good,
motor A-1.
TWO FORD COUPES, new
rubber, upholstering in good
shape, motor A-i.
1925 FORD TOURING, uphol
stering good, motor A-1, and 5
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.
37-39-40
SUITS AND OVERCOATS-Very reas-
onable prices, tailored or ready-
made. We have a wonderful vari-
ety of patterns. Repairing also a
specialty. Beautiful fabrics for your
winter overcoat.
WILD THE TAYLOR
109 E. Washington
Phone 5069
21 eod tf
NOTICE-PARTY GOWNS, dressmak-
ing and coat lining. 1336 Volland,
Phone 7086. 38-39-40
NOTICE First class repair work on
all musical instruments. Schaeberle
& Son Music House, 110 S. Main. tf
TWO OR THREE 0. S. U. TICKETS.
Your price. Call Lundquist 9588.
36-37-38-39-40
NOTICE-New dance music with
giant organ and orchestra. First
time accomplished. Victor record.
Schaelberle & Son Music House, 110
S. Main. tf.
To see best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tf
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FOR RENT-Garage for rent, 1111
S. State. 5162. 39-40
FOR RENT-Two 2-room apartments,
unfurnished. Heat, light, water,
telephone. Good neighobrhood.
Rent reasonable. 8805 or 21467,
ask for Mr. Moran. 39-40
FOR RENT-Suite with fire place;
also single rooms; students or
others; rent reasonable. 1308 Ged-
des Ave. 39-40-41-42-43-44-45
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Overland Roadster, cheap
for quick sale. Drive to Columbus.
Call Tillitson, 9235 evenings. 39-40
FOR SALE-Gentleman's fur coat for
sale. Price reasonable. Call 21739
evenings. 39-40-41
FOR SALE-Men's fur coat in fine
condition; very reasonable. Will
accept size 36 Tuxedo as part pay-
ment. Johnson, 215 S. Thayer St.
39-40
FOR SALE-Concert cello in good
condition. 307 Washtenaw Apts.
Dial 5789. 39.
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 touring, A-1 condi-
tion. Starter, battery, lights, cord
tires. Bargain at $50.00. CaQl
21203-Jones. 38-39-40
FOR SALE-Chevrolet touring, $50.
Good tires, starter and a real car
ready to run. Sacrificed by faculty
owner to move it. Phone 5463.
38-39-40
1925 FORD TOURING-Excellent con-
dition, motor just all overhauled.
New tires.. Guaranteed. Sell at
sacrifice, reasonable terms.. Call
5431 Greil. 37-38-39
'21 FORD TOURING-Starter, good
tires, runs fine. Stuart Robison,
1115 Forest. Phone 6592. 37-38-39

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