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-FRIDJAY, NOV ILMBER l12, 1926 THE-I MICHIGAN DAILY
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SOPHOMORES
Who ,have paid $10 toward a life membership will be
credited with '$10a more from this Fall's tuition toward that
membership ;
Who are fully paid Life members will be refunded $10
from this Fall's tuition ;
Who have signed no life membership pledge will be
given $10 credit toward such a pledge from this Fall's
tuition;
PROVIDED, the amendment proposal is passed.
Vole "Yes" at the Amendment Meeting,' Novt. 1 7.

HARVARD HEAD SENDS APOLOGY
FOLLOWIN G BREAK WITH RIVAL

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President Lowell Ojf Crimson School
1'V yps egrets To Princeton
' ~(By Associ~ted Press)!
NEW YORK, Nov. 11.-Princeon's
break with Harvard was preceded by
apologies telegraphed to Princeton by
President Lowell and Dean Green-
ough of Har~vard for articles appear-
ing in the Harvard Lampoon. Today's
Time# prints the telegrams as fol-
los:President Hibben:
"You can imagine how humili-
ated we feel here by the action
Yof i'he Lampoon. The policy of

to nee to require apology, and as
dean of Harvard college I apolo-
gize to you and to them for hav-
ing shown such a lack of tact, I
apologize to you as dean of
Princeton college for utterances
which can not help have a bad
effect on the relations of the two
colleges.
"C. M. GREFENOUGH."

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licationis is, I believe, in the long
runz, right, but it is subject oc-
casionally to breaches of propri-
ety which give a false impression
of the student attitude toward our
friends in other institutions. This
is particularly true of a comic
paper. I can only tell you and
all. Princeton men flow badly we
feel for conduct that it wholly re-
pugnant to the sentiments ;of Har-
vard men.
"Yours very sincerely,
"A. LAWRENCE LOW-FLL'"
"To Dean Gauss:
"I have just read the Princeton
number of the Lampoon. It seems

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~ai~uFORL SALE
r r1 lOR AE-etlian fur coat for
Tl~ l asif Iirb A ur f __ t t ale, IPrice reasoiudhle.Call 21739
If you are a telephone subsciber call J imitlie jeeig.1-44
the Ad-Taker, i al 21214, and your want ad
will he charged. FOR SALE-ford touring, A-i condi
The Micihigani Daily rserves the rig5htct
classify all wants ad, u., ',r appropriate head-j tiOn. Stalrt er, batttery, lights, cord
ings and to rwvise or i iho id occtionat'le rr Bargain at $50.00. Call1
COPY.
This coluttin closes at 3 P..M. (late pr ced- l2 -]ones. 3S-;i9-4tJ
ing publication. .otice of any cr-0r must oc _________________________________
given in tune for the second insertion.
CASH RATES
Ten cents pe'rca in lne (on the basis of 01''
five average words to th:e line) for one or tw~o
insertions.
Nine icents per reading line for three or more G Ai1AGIB1t AN1'PED- "ocation ii11-
insertions. Cib-lg tFrct al>l,
Cas. classifieds received at the D)aily' office ( ili1'a ors.Cl ( 3
in The Press Building on Maynard Strecet. E 40---1. 40
CONTRACT RATES
Special standardized rates givecn oil aplplicai- WANTED--- Two t icket.; for 0l1I1tt

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T he attractively appearing Senior
that you noticed on the diag as
you were going to your ton 0 'clocek
this morning

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Iherbert Ved der t
fWhile the rest of the football as-
pir~.nts worked in the biting cold on
Ferry hield, Coach Kipke put his
squad of 15 or 20 freshmen through
a streniuous _drill in the field. house
urying ?Minnesota plays. After seeing
the Butler-Minnesota game, Kipke,
Iwill give .them a few more plays and
but themn through their paces next
(weep showing their wiares to the
Vtarsity.
('Coakel Yost was taking actfive part
in O he finA~1l prctlIc for OhIo State┬░
i rnd lookedl like 1,1 polar bear or some
other ar~etic a 1w~al l iiidled ,up) in an
esk~ini l4)CIJand swieat s..itrtofi la blg
j he i.These, 1ewe~ser, didn't
Blob .Brown's jovial countenance was
again seen as lie continued to work
with the centers. Another center of
a few years back was in .tow-n yester-
dlay, noie other than all-American
Ernie Vick who was in paying his re-
spect's to Dean Tillotson. -Ernie is.
now sparkling 41roun3d withi the St.
Louis Cardinals as an understudy for
Bob Q'Farre.1J behind the plate and
was ullucky enough to get a cut of
the world series melon.
YUore lowls cantI be expected about
ticekets .u1,w. lhe i hligan allotment
of 11900 piueces of cardboaird for the
:1Eiiesota straiggle next week have
all i.~eemi sold. Poor Barry, will lie
nwe-er cease to have trouble.
Coach Steve Farrell said his cross
country team wasn't doing much of
anything these 'days and had nothing
igcl to do the rest of the week. Nope,
Stephen's entirely right. Nice long
run out in this crisp weather is good
for any man, and also the team is
going to take a little six mile jaunt
Saturday morning.
Speaking of rimnnii g, ev-en Cliff
Edell has his wrestlers doing it. A
coumph of iris leadig heavyweights
worked two or three laps in the fieldi
house after trying to pall each other's
ears.
1NO DAILY EXTRA WILL BE
( ISSUED FOR O. S. U. GAME
( Due to the fact that a large
{percentage of Michigan students
will be at Columbus for the
(Ohio State-Michigan football
game, there will be no extra edi-
tion of The Daily next Saturday
(afternoon. The last Daily foot-
ball extra of the season will be
placed on sale immediately after
(the Minnesota-Michigan game at
(Minneapolis on' Nov. 20.
The' complete automobile log
Ito Columbus, a distance of 190E
miles will be found on page 8 of
this issue.!

LOST
LOST--Last gift of my nioth ,r,
Walhlgold Pencil, bete r Cfanla :;
Lunch, Michigan Union amd :)iGS Oalt-!
land Ave. Please call Vi. T. Ketz,
at 5462. Substantial reward. 40--Al
I 4OST-hider pen w ih name Rlichacrd
Meye on barrell. Finder call 9 x17.
Reward. 40-41-42E
LOST-Oversize Parke D uofold Yen,
name George Martin on barr~'l. :ie-
ward. Dial 3201. 40 . l1-42
LOST-A billfold, between Campus
Lunch and Michigan Union. Con-
tained driver's license., two keys,
and Union card. Please call W. -13.
Ketz at 5462. Reward. 39-40-41
LOST-Scarf about 1 "yard sqluare,
red and blue plaid on one side
and silver and black on the other.1
Reward. Dial 7920. 39-40-41

LOST-Stone Martin neck piece be- or M''ii~i1 10room fo one month.
fore game last Saturday near cams- Bx11l cian Dil.
pus. Reward. Call Theta Chi Tyra #WANTED1 STUDENTS to know that
ternity, 1351 Washtenaw Ave. 1 Sam pays from $5 to $25 for old
39-40-4 1 suits and overcoats.
LOTSndy mrlim,121 1 . ANN DIAL 4,306
near Hill audlitorium, old fa.shioned tt
gold brooch or breast p~in with two l "┬░'
gold drops.' Reward. Telephone N ~OTICE
7721. 38-39-10) I
NOTICE--C rape juice andf sweet
LOST-Large blue notebook contain- cider~. Call: R. E. Wagner, at 9534
ing organic chemistry notes. Please or 22413. #}-[1--t2
call D)ouglas De~rausas, 514 E. Jjef-
ferson ,St. Dial 22429. 38-39-40- REMODELING

And the chap io the coos coat who
had a seat on the fifty yard linje
at the game last Saturday

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And the obviously ptrosperous
alumnus who stopped at the
house last week-end

And the distinguished clothes on
the fellow in the Packard Sport
who passed yon the other d'ay

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FOR RENT-Garage for rent, 11111
S. State. 5162. 39-401
FOR RENT-Two 2-room apartments,,
unfurnished. llejtt, light, water,:
telephone. Good neigiholbrhood.,
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-Brand new Radiola Ills
including tubes and headphones.
Only $14.75 each,. Operate on small
dry cells. Hear the Ohio game.-
Tisch, 323 Thompson, Phone 5665.
40-41
FOR SALE-Overland Roadster ~eap,
for quick sale. Drive to Columbus.
ICall Tillitson, 9235 evenings. 39-40
fFOR 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-Chevrolet touring, $50.
1Good tires, starter and a real car
Iready to run. Sacrificed by faculty
owner to move it. Phone 5463.
38-39-40

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OHIO TICKETS
Wanted : two or three tickets
to the Ohio State game. See
Jack Deibel, 1315 Hill street, or II
phone 21417.

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And the cleverly dressged tollow,
who was so poplar at the last
house party

Select Them ow
Gloomy wintry days call for bright, cheerful rooms,
which may be brought about by selecting wall-papers appro-
priate for that room. We are always glad- to help you have
your papers harmonize with your woodwork and hangings-
We carry in stock specially priced papers at from 5c

per roll up to 1$230 per roll.

These prices enable you to.

Are unquestona Wy the sort of correctly
t urn ed o ut fellows l hq invariably
purchase their clot hes and accessories at

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buy wall paper enough for an entire room- for less than one
dollar.
We also carry a splendid line of paints, lacquer, enamels,
varnishes, stains, glass, shades., in fact everything in the wall
paper or plaint line.
Phone 9313 203 East Washington St.

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