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FRIDAY, N{OVEMBER 19, 1926

THE VMICHIGAN DTAILYV

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o anWill Dfn GpesRate ' Ihln Bigt- en; I YANKEE IHOCKEY TEAMS 14ip cdp an izti~
IDADIJION DefndHROhrsDig
Lightweight Crown: Will NMenace Yostmen s Record; nEAT ANADINlSTRS A____
(yAssociated Press) If you are a teleprhone sbscrier tall Jimmie
the Ad-Taker, Dia 2L 214, and your wnt ad
W T, OP E S(By Associated Press) ,1b~l'
GA E~ TI O P [S NEW YR fPod G )whrlv~yf'htwo'ff fO~ tt YORKORKVNOV15.-TAodricanTe Mi h-an Daily reserves the ri ht tm
Contest Tomorrow Recalls Famous ;gan, of Seattle, Wash., and Carl Western Conte nce football ratings. l ecisixeiy beaten in 1917, 33-0 although boasting many Canadian 1irgs and to revise or withhld 'ascctionablc,
Tie Of 1903 Between Yostmen AnidI Duane, of New York, today weepo falIo:sho t h i e, MihgnaoemasteGpe stars on their rosters, have routed theI This column closes at 3 P. M. date lpr:cd-r
MLinnesota Eleven Inoncd itly tae thetccomi- ~hoawon 'etile: i eng publication. .oticeof ancr ;must e'
ou n e torstaforathleic5 '"o Gper i te as am 1raed ]'Cvwd, s the Northmen have not de-i first invasion of the dominion repre- igivn in time for the second -insertion.
i inisefosfrter1 o r ohr ntels aepae CASH RATES
jui~ ihwih hminhpla;' tween the two schools. feated the Wolverines since 1919 and sentatives. Ten cetspr redig hu er(n te bals of
BAr1VLE EN1DS IN RIT 1uieoorro ightightcampisonSipuate So far this se'ason the~ Nothmnei have gone down seven successive The opening-of league play Tuesday ver-cie words to the lie) for one or to,
Gard_ tenmrrwnghsnMaio hold fimpressive victories over Wtis-! times, before Michigan teams If saw the New York Rangers win byi Nine cents per4ading tine for three or more
A veritable football thunderclis Both weighed under the class limit conusin and Iowa, and they have ben Ser. amcn on ihia 1 o 0 over th onealMron,1i Caos. classifeds received at the lDaily oficee
promised tomorrow when the "Four of 130 pounds. victoriouis in the most recent (cO1re5(the second game of this yeats double-; world professional champions last in The Press building on Manard Street.
Nosme;orsemenetng;"pa, it orhesenwithsCic N eae n aura, ineoa ilTsasn AeorC3,0Tfn hr.ATECNRATRAES
N ahostnPpa, The bout will mark Morgan 's third orbewthe-em,.IliyoishColcag heeaura, oinfesanilceasnbfoe1,00fn er Te Special standardized rates given on applic-
and Almquist of Minnesota meet the defense of his crown in New York Indiana, Ohio State, and Purdue. Ib h nysho nteCneec Boston Buins beat the Canadians of tion.
strong Michigan eleven bent on pre- since he lifted the mantle from the! The last game with Illinois was oni that can boast a clean slate in mostII Montreal, 4 to 1 in a rough Bston___________________
venting the Wolverines from retaining Iholer ONikoBlernoamot15, 1924, when the Gophners 'hum- recent games against other Big Ten opener, aPittsburghw1Yok0 wens ahouldersofike___________alm_________OS
their laurels as Conference chain- ya goInpevosfihsh I bled the Grange and the Illini, 20-7. schools. whiipped _______________h___to__0_when__a__
pious. But even) 23 years ago Mich- pdKdSlia nsxrud n Minnesota met the Purple in 1923 andI Michigan would hold a similar un- substitute slipped over the only scoreLOT lakPrrFonin e,
Eva-idenesthtaebrner s aas wnajdesdcso ve o lck o yan impressive score, 34-14 marred, record, but for the 3-2 defeat Iof 'the game. vle skesk.-al65 fe
eiad inoaenc outa sm rntersmalas wnajdeeiio vrJ~Gik Indiana was vanquished in 122, 20-0, administered by Northwestern in the; TheChicago Black Birds tripped the vle skesk.-(al65 le
ing football, especially in that bone- +TH which was Bill Spanulding's first Con- famous battle in the mud at Soldier's St. Pat icks of Toronto 4 to 1 last seven___o__cl __ck.__4___4_____S
crushing 6-6 tie of 1903.,1READ HEWANT ADS Terence game: The same year wit- stadium in Chicago last year. night.-LOT ade'wit achNo..
Minnesota Memorial field will be I~- -Cl riig 94 iea ead
jammed tomorrow with more than .1j~lCais 45-46-47ealewrd
60,000 spectators, but 23 years agod
standing room sold at a premium of *' IN
$3 to $5, and the game was well worth-JFON1
the then exorbitant price. Heston,
Hammond, Norcross, and Graver, forI FOUND-Amount of money. Owner
the famous "point-a-minute" Yost- 'may have same by sat isf;' i g :(lCit-
men, and Schacht, Rogers, Boeckman, fication. Box 134. 46-47-48
and Kramer of Dr. Williams' Gophers
carried the ball for the rival teamso FORl RENT
in the smash, smash, smash, and punt
offensives.Wv
Tomorrondw Joesting, Almnquist, Pep- a BooiclSplyC..crWl
lipm and Second Sts. 9 blocks west
a backfield drawn from a field includ- cmpsi6-74
ing Friedman, Gilbert, Molenda, I V 14__________________
Weber, Hoffman and Rich, with a' V?
slashing result promised.v FOR SALE
Recalls Game Of 1903FO SA -Sisad vect.
In 1903 Minneapolis was "football FO A E S is a d O ec asIrz; ui es w ss s e d d n Those stylishl all-wool tailored suits
three hours before game-time huge-..~ and overcoats, with over 200 pat-
crowds attempted to storm the gates terns to choose from mnake it p)os-
of Northrup field. Heavy wagering i ' r- " ' sible for Th odCohsSop
was reported with the odds at about -"x to give every ptron just whatt he
9-7 favoring: the Wolverines. Tomor- a("~- wants at prices ranging from 22.50
row also will see a frenzied Minne- . to $36.00. Call between 4 and G or
apolis and a'favored Michigan team. .. 7:30 and 8:30 and see for yourself.
Neither team scored in the first half ,. s r- .,. Room 5, 2nd floor, 711 N. Univ. Ave.
of the great 6-6 struggle, but in the 1 46-47ra :
second half. Minnesota's giant tackles, ii~i
Schacht an& Irsfield, dropped out of FOR SALE-1915 Ford, god conditionf
the line and hammered at the Wolver- ,r;,v:. all around. $20. See Burroughs, 611
ine forward wall. With the power of i Church St. 3565 46-4-4
a Joesting o"' Molenda they carried the
ball to the Michigan 9 yard line where k ,¢d FOR SALE-MEDCAL SuIPPLIS,
they were held for downs. MICROSCOPES, new and used.
Another smash, smash, smash, punt 11Mician Bioogicli Supply Co., eor
and then finally, the "point-a-minute" William and Second Sts. 9 blocks
team, which had not scored in 40 -"Vest of cmnpts. 46474
rminutes of play, began a successful
march Tro'll their own 40 yard line.".' ";> FOR SALE-Tite classiest speedster3
End runs, line hurdles, trlck plays, r,> in town. With wire weels, balloonI
the entire Yost repertoire were called ;.."/ tires, Bosch ignition, etc. Will con-
into use, with "Wonderful Willie" - / yi sider a coupe or roadster in trade.'
Heston mak~ing the longest runs of Call 6327 or 706 Oakland. 46
12 and 8 yards. 1 FOR SALE--Tuxedo, sze 38. Phone
ileston Scores Touchdown
Maddock,° a tackle, Heston, Gravel', *I2 .4-54
and Hammpid alternated at carrying FOR SALE-Two absolutely new
the ball, with Norcross calling the lete'his ilsl tasc
k 3 Ir ifice. Call nRobcrts Dla 4418.
Third downFrmn, toil yards to go, with t herrw
ball on Minnesota's 5 yard line, Gra r-4..5447
yer plowed to thetw yard line. Ham- °
mond's smash took the oval to less C WANTED
than six inches from the goal, and.'
Heston went over for the five points, r WANTED-Young man with cigar ald
Hammond kicked-goal, with Norcross pp eln xeine owr y
holingth bal.enings. Only those h.aving these
Minnesota took the kickfr and pro,. qualities peed apply. Call United
ceeded to wreck the Michigan line. I Cigar Store. 46-47-48
The Wolverines held, but fumbled on
their 20 yard line, Minnesota recov-\ WANTED-5 Male Students, 2 as wait-1
ering, in striking distance of the Mich- ers, and 3 for orchestra, for board.
igan goal. Michigan held again and Arbor Fountain, Dil 9558.
punted out of immediate danger, but- - 46-47-48
the Northmen advanced again.
Boeckman,. Schacht, Kramer, and WANTED-Stuident wth cr" 9:30 to
Captain Rogers store holes in the op-- 11:30 six nights weekly. Call at
posing line. lo longer was it smash, Babecue Inn 4546
smash, smash, and punt, but smash, WNE-nt fros b w
smash, smash, and smash, for first WNE -ut frosb w o ntutrpeeal ato ot
don. Schacht finally broke throughintcorpefialestrnrh
for the score and Rogers kicked the of campus Wite Box 133 Michi
goal to tie the score. ~- gan Daily 454647 1
Excitement was so great that the"
crowds swarmued onto the field even -4 s.
thou gh two minutes of play still re- I I- '
mained and the game ended in a tie, /II

could be dispersed. At this time Oscar
Munson, janitor of the armory, is
a thought to have=, stolen the "little.
brown jug."- -
In all, 18 games have been played
bewe h iyitas n nigin a tie, the tie, of 1903, and three in .
wins for Dr.,iliams, orignator of
the famous Minnesota shift, and'
all' the rest in Michigan triumphs.
I° OVER 3XIN ESOTA TRfy1jS '
192-Michigan 6; Minnesota 16.1 ThereJs eszncwnI crr ct accssories-
j 1893-Michigati 20; Minnesota 34.1
j1895-Michig'an 20 ; Minnesota 0.
196-Michiigan 6; Minnesota 4. 1t
1 ,7Mci n14; Minnsota0 A double bres ted single button vest
190-Michigan 63; Minnesota 6.
190-Michigan:1; Minnesota 6. fnse nw iepqewt orsadn
I190-Michigan 16; Minnesota. iihdi ht iu 3wt orsadn
I191-Michigan 7; Minnesota 3. nesufsit
I1920-Michigan ; Minnesota 3. oneA st odwithieas
j 192-Michigan 3; Minnesota 0.he Croa aycmo~
192-Michigan 38; Minnesota .AsheoCodvnwteay ay mfr-
j 1923-Michigam 10; Minnesota 0. A wide butterfly bow in heavy black silk-N o
I1924-Michigan .13; Minnesota 0. j o
I 95 ita 5 ~nst .1926-Mrichigan 20; Mnnesota 0. I
! --With a T&uxedo froam-al-a=sa
INTRAMURAL NOTES abdyom
In the inte'fraternity swimming I
Uets hl erdyafenointeWIDUion ,poo l, Alpha Delta Phi defeated N 0mte o
Phi Kppa iga, 23-18; Phi Delta LTi N it will find a
Theta won fr'm Ahnha Kappa Lamb-! . I va: A, Tt

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NOTICE - MICROSCOPES botight,
sold, rented. Michigan Biological.
SSupply Co., cor William and Second
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SUITS AND OVERCOATS-Very reas-
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NOTICE-New dance music with
giant organ and orchestra. First
time accomplished. Victor record.
Schaelberle & Son Music House, 11.0
S. Main. tf.
NOTICE-Student would like to go
to Chicago and, back by auto this
week-end, and is willing to share
expenses. Call Lyle at 6157. 44-45
NOTICE-First. class repair work on
all musical instruments. Schagberle"
&Son Music House, 110 S. Main. tf
To see best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evezn1ngs. $22 to $30. tf
NOTICE-Come in and hear Ted
Lewis and his band play "New St.
Louis Blues," "My Mamma's in
Towii;" and "I Cant Get Over a
IGirl Like You." Allmendinger
'Alsic Shop, 305 Maynard. 45-47
NOTICE-We have an expert whob can
tune and repair any instrument.--
AllmnJne Music Shop, 305 May-
nard. 3-45-47
A GENUINE VICTROLA-$17.50, three
months to pay. University Music
House. 43-45-47
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