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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1926

THE, MICHIGAN DAILY

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Powerful Gopher Eleven Unable To Stop~
1WT61cr~ie Claim To Conference Title

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(Con tinu ed from Page Six)

Cupid has a ra-time day
Charlestons up andr.7 down Broadivay!
l t ;n g at si.1 e a ! [.llrooii - th lose
1ch ii g bhies iin at.h11,01-room, . Girls,
* 't iiow wiiat il;'s like till you
ry t aik a fox-trot sound~ like a

Michigan's 48 yard line. Joesting niade
two yards.}
F+'riedirian2 intercalated Creer's leass
giving Michigap the hall on its ownj
25 yard line.F
Meili went in for Kaiiski. Weber
madte two yards through center, John-1
son wi~s replaced b~y 14 de. Friedman
gained a yard. Blustin replaced Wheel-
er. Friedman hit left guard for three
yards.
Michigan was penialized five yards,
for being offside. Gilbert punted to
Hyde on M~innesota's, 40 yard line. "Ale
Gopher half back r eturned the hall five
yards. Gilbert intercepated H~yde's for-
ward pass and raced 50 yards before
being downed four yards from the Min-
nesota goal line as the game endled.
FINAL: MICHIGAN 7, huN NES0.-
TA 6.
The :Industrial Athletic association,
of San Francisco, is conducting a i
basketball tourney with 52 teams and
600. athletes competing.I
CHIAMPAIGN.-Figh t varsity grid- !
men will graduate from Illinois this
year.

If yo e ti A it'nne I'eh(rallin1'
tihe rl-IiTak, Dial -21214 , -d)U i .tic :,
w ill h l ::u c i
'l T theic I Daily rr+ i the alt ct
ltcrssify all "'lilts ails tiin j1~ i ld
T his coluncloses at 131P. ]\i ie r [e-
in<' pullictation. No tice ,4 ;Iniv r mulOst lhe
givenin time for the scerollinicci I te.
j CASH RATES
Tecn cents per r it; ine Sac(en fthe 1,;isof a
live ta'ei Aewords to tle lhne) 1 t ,:,,ur twoI
inisertions.
*{ Nine cenits per reading liac fcor thnece or luere
('asr classili eis rccived at thle Di).ly uti ce
in The lPressHiil linig oil 1Maynard Street.
CONTRACT RATES
{Special standardlized rates given e n apldicA-
tion"
LOt}ST

>stlt'I'S AN) OVERCOATS---Veryra-
0118 hie prices, ta ilored Fniaei av ond ruready-
ety of p~atternls. Repairing also a
spec'ialty. Beautiful fabrics for your
wvifl en .overcoat.
\VII1) THE ll. YLOR
I19 E. \Vashing;tcn
i I'hone 501iS9
44 e o ~tf
NOTICE MICROSCO[PES ~ug
sold, rented. Michigan Bioloical
Sutpply Co.. cor William and Secon>d

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LOST-Friday noon, oblong w ltite 8.ts 9)blocks west of campu~is.
gold wrist watch, Maynard St. and; 46-47-48
Second by the way of Wvilijuni St.
Inquire 5307 Second St. 48-49-50 NOTICE--New dance music with
giant organ and orchestra. First
LOST-Small female Boston terrier. 1, time accomplished. Victor record.
Call 3069. 48 Schaelberle & Son Music House, 110
S. Main. tf.
LOST-Fur linied glove for r ight l
hand, in Natural Science Auid, 11ni- NOTICE-First class repair work on
day, 19th, A.- M. Dial 7184, ash for all musical instruments. Schaeberle
11_1- .,,-- & Son Music House, 110 S. Main, tf

( n Herb Joestlng
Plutnging M1innesota fullback, who
lived tup to his reputation of "four
yard" by. tearing through-'the Wol-
verine line today almost at will for
repeated gains and first downs.

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Makel a Date With Us
Before the Pan-Hellenic Ball

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1 11 1 South University Ave.

Dial 3839

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"M"Stationery
Surgi'cal Instruments - Laboratory Supplies

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KODAKS

- SODA FOUNTAIN

"SERVICE THAT IS SERVICE"
GOODYEAR DRUG Co.
F. H. STEGATH

Store No. 1
107 South Main St.

Store No. 2
1 112 S. University Ave.

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/)a uTh iis bauiulWililii
The wostleaiful 'woeaton in
by Adelaide Helbron, direct-
"ed by RICHIARDI)WALLACE.
AV ,
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CORiINN

LOST-Black parker Fountain I'en,
valued as keepsake. Call 6653 afeI~
seven o'clock., 46-47i-4'0
FOUND~
FOUND-Amount of money. OwnerI
may have same by satisfying identi-
fication. Box 134. 46-47-48j
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-MICROSCOPE;S. Michi-
gan Biological Supply Co., cor Wil-
liam and Second Sts. 9 blocks west
of campus. 46-47-48
FOR SALE
jFOR SALE--Morn fur coat at a sacri-
S lice. Good condition. Phone 8628.
48-49-50
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-1915 Ford, good condition
all around. $20. See Burroughs, 611
'Church St. 3565. 46-47-48

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T]eeae;its.elwti,,,our means to giv-which out-F
last the sTan of mxany Chrismnas ;,
jiolidays: "~Gifts That Last" inC
L intimate service as well as affec-
tionate regard.
(afm-iaceC algid ('4it-JeiicI
in Fiisiiaating Array.
4 ~Schianderer & Sey fried>
JewelersM
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GARRI K..Coming Sunday, Nov. 21
-____________ 'i nmi11ksgiViiig lay-
- Saturday
-
ETH"EL WATERS
l(C olumbiai Recordinug Star)-
In the st-Stepping Colored En terta inent
0M"MISSU CAIC!' I
11111a Abibie Atitchell, Thme ~'islf~inma Foiir, Calico Syneopators and -.
- ~COC"OA BROWN CH('IORUS

met
"The loyalty of my Legions was un-
questioned and now for the first time
I'll bare my secret. I paid them, you
see. with bars of Oh Henry I
A Fine Candy,
10c Everywhere

Harold. 47-45-49

lI FORt SALE -iVIFDICAL SUPPLIES,
MICRtOSCOPES, new and used.
Michigan Biological Supply Co., cor
William andl Second Sts. 9 blocks
west 01f(campus5. 46-47-48
I ANT A)
j HELLP WA.NI ElI--Studemits onily, (1o
you ned mjore mioney ? Invest igateI
iiiy altractti-e prolpositaomi Tis is
1our busy season. Phone 4818) or
1961)5 after 7 )'. 1. t .. . iou s.
47-48-49
WANTED-5 Male Students, 2 as wait-
ens, and 3 for orchestra, for board.
Arb~or Fountain, Dial 9558.
46-47-48
WANTED TO RENT-Smiall apart-
ment or room in private home with
use of living roomn for one month.
Box 131 Michigan Daily. t f
WANTED STUJDE+NTS to know that
snit s and of ercoa ts.
121 E. ANN DJIAL 4306
f tf
I WANTED,-Young man with cigar and
pipe selling exp~erience, to work ev-
enings. Only those having these
qaities need app~ly. Call United
CigarStore. - 46-47-48
NOT0'ICE
jNOTI('E--We (10 pipe repairing of all
kindls. Bring in that broken pipe.1
Swift's Drug Store, 340 S. State St.
46-48 1
NOTICE-(frls interested in forming
,group in view of petitioning Na-j
tional Sorority. Give name, address,
+class, and college in answering. Ad-
dress Council of Regents, 140 Acton
lRd., Columbus, Ohio. 48-49-50-51-52

To see best of 50 lines clothing drop
cartil to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tf

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Oh Henrv!I tbe registered tradema~rk of the William-
Ban Candy Go., Chicago, M,,Geo. H.Williamsoni,Pres.

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THE new-fashioned ART
METAL Steel Desks are
herc ! New- fashioned not
only as to design, new-
fashioned not only as to con-
struction, but new-fashion-
ed also as to price.
See them at our Store and
get the attractive, catalog.
The New Travel
Promenade and
Upper Main Deck
AccOmmodatins
For TouRIsT III Cabin Passengers
ROUND $ -77TRPe
May 18. June 8. July 3.
Cabin rates on application
For APRIL SAILINGS to
COPENHAGEN DANZIG and
BALTIC PORTS
apply to
Baltic America Line, Inc.

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INOTICE-Dressmaking, general and 9 Broadway, N.Y. or local Agents
altering. Miss Eisele, 509 Thomp-
son. Dial 22340. 48-49-501
IN
S Pleasant Surroundings
That one finds here, plus the excel-
lence of our food gives the reason
why the Michigan men and women
enjoy eating at
338. Maynard
Tif eI~o6?F

130YSENTER
"JAZZOLOGIST SUPREME"
PanJack Russell at thePin

"ICE COLD COCOAS'F 'NEW AESOP FABLE MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA
A i'?iiett Comedy C.. ARTOONLJ LeaniarA Falcone, Director

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