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T H.11,', MI -111GAN DAILY'

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY t'AGE $I~VEN

EAST PRE~SENTS fIV

DIMUNITIVE HALF

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JFOR YRAEGIN4.P7

:Pelinsylvi dia, Pittsiburghz, Syracuse,
Anad Was~hington ani~ Jeffersoni
Faviored To 'Win
BROWN IN FINAL TEST
(By Associated Press,)
N [WN\YO'1?K, Nov. 24.-Thle Thanks-
gvi ! day fotball feast in the least

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1~ 'on~ss abeas sumptuous as ever.
Five ( c cCCgridiron dishes, all high- ; rf 'ctPAN U '' ,thi
1Y sa .oned Frth Itradition aiu~l flavored i1*1 AD r
w 3Ith1-ke.en coinpl)CttIoflare ready to be YPAYS o~
Thte choicest of tonmorrow's entres kTL
is thle battle of the Brown hear to turn tD tt
):i( Colgate, keep his slate clean and ~'
ther ieby clinch an out standing claim A5 '
to sec-tional as well as national chain-
eiO1:-l11lp honors.'
Fis the most significant item ofo
the holiday menu but from the" pointI
of view of color and traditional inter-'{
etit holds no" advantage over such
on <<si ding contests as Pennsylvania iT I it C r el e n S a e a d Pts
bg,Syracuse and Columbia, andIs
Wahntnand Jefferson and West] YEAR .N
Visrginia. FOOTBALL Si-r
Ahpproxinjately 250,000 fans will wit-'
Jesc t he closing classics, the East'sgst r on he ri r nf r
' 2.The crowd at Franklin field, i
Phbiladelpihia, for the .Cornell-Penh f
battle alone is expected to top 80,000 C'us 1,(T11
and make a new eastern record for
attendance. University of North Carolina half-'
Brown, Pennsylvania, Syracuse, back, Vwho has established what is be-
Pit i sbugh, and Washington and Jef-! lievedc to be a world record ini foot ball,
fe i s on have been established slightj
favoites in the five major games, for yardage gained in pla ying time.
The-Ir records on the whole have lbeen in the first thre-e ganmes in which h",
a 1bit more consistent and impressive p layed this season Ml'hei'son a(vaic-
than those, of their rivals but the mar-. pod the ball a total of 181 yards in six
gu;considered by expert observers playsinapyngim o evnu-
inaplenemm r e rs none too convincing. utes, and hie scored A toc-hdiownfl.in
It would be a distict upset for I each game. Ilie has playedl in only,
Brown's "Iron Men" to meet defeat four gamnes this season.
even though Colgate figures to give the: McPherson's record is all, the more
Bear the keenest grapple he has had.I remarkable when it is considIeredl that,
A decisive victory for Pennsylvaniaj he never played in a football game
would entitle the Quakers to high in his life until this season. Ile weigh,,'s
Elastern ranking, inasmuch as theirj only 1290 pounds, but has capitalized
. only defeat so far came at the hands his tremendous speed to neutralize
of Illinois. that lack of brawn.
McPherson is captain of the un-
Subscriboe for the Michigan Daily. l versity's southern conference chain-:

~T LLSAMES TODAY
Ames 1 *\ashin tlon, St. Louis.
Ner -htAt.ashington.
()Ka sie >.at Oklahoma.
i)1'onState atMarquette.
i -e! art1Drake.
(,.ho tt reiglion.
i'''-ita!St. Xavier.
Sthi)akoia State at St. Lois,
fur i wst e C(l. at Albion.
iiinlia at Adran.
1~L.I uan'Normnal at D)etroit City
'Ea 't
('ii1 . at G. Washington.
NV 1,d1 J. at Virginia.
p'~i t. tBrown.
.C11 4tlte at Pittsburgh.
Coin111 81 PeilisylvaO ia.
Syracuse tat Columbia.
Njam viand at J. Hopkins.
'keR~molit .Springfield.
South
meat Alabama.
r1 ansas at ,lsa.
P. W (.lorgia Tech.
V, ash, and Lee at Florida.
La. St ate at Tulane.
Virginia, it N. Carolina.
U. of South at Vanderbilt.
Var WeOt
Ml~ontana at So. California.
Calif. Tech. at Calif. Aggies.
Utah vs. LUtah Aggles.

r. 04ui ifirl A n B ilt
If you are a telephone subscriber call 1 mi ,i-
thre Ad1-Taker, -Dial 21214, and yotir w~ant .ad
will be charg-Ledl.
The Miichigani Daily re, i-es thme rirQ't
classify all wants adls nmuder- appropriate head-
ings and to revise or airlhld "[tection aule
This column closes at 3 P. Idtate ipr~ ce-
{i publication. 'Notice of an er-our 1mutt C
rgiven in time for the second insertion.
CASH RATS
Ten cents per reading line (on the basis of
five a-'erage words to the line) for one 01 two
y insertions.
Nine cents per reading line for three or more
jCarr" classifieds received at the Daily office
in The Press Building on Maynard Street.
CONTRACT RATES
S Special standardized rates given on applica-
tton.
LOST -
LOST-Pair of bone rung glasses v tli
name inside of case, at Grid-graph.
1 Reward. A. A. Brubaker, Dial 54S32.
49-54-51

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n r. rINe oueioolins for
/158 sF' Oth'0w in ixuctors. 33f
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Ni 'l~\ 1a) olutfely 11C\V' lea-
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"-ANTED
IWANTED-Golfers' Will you ply
next spring? Get a life nmembership
onow.. Bargain. Dial 21035.
{ 49-51-53
WIXNTN1 D-Studecuts who like good
hot1.AII13:C 1:S to know we de-
iver' between 9 :30 and 11:30 11. M.
BARBECUEX IN', Dial 4481.
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use p1of living room for one month1.
Box 131 Michigan Daily. tf-
NOTICE--A. young lady would like to
have sewing.. Apply Box 134 Aliclii-
gan JDaily. 50-51-52
\V ANTI 1 STUDEN TS to know that
Snaupays franc $iiito$2i; for old
suitf4 a 1141 (ercoaalls.
121 E. ANN DIAL 4306
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NOTICE
NOTICE-Satisfaction guaranteed on
all our printing and developing. 24
hour service. Swift's Drug Store,
340 S. State. 49-52-53
NOTICE-Freship~en, let me tutor youa
iN. mathematics, physics, and chem-
istry. Rlates reasonable. Phone 4805.
51-U~-53
NOTIJCE-Competent and experienced
student desires the ocexasio nal' care
of children. Boa 135. 51-52
NOTICE-hear Columbia record No.
765, "Clmibing U 'pthe Ladder of
Loe-Earl Carrol's Vanities Orch-
est ra. Almendinger's, 305 Maynard.
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MINNEAPOLIS.
N(,braska haven't
Iron since 1919.
tie that season.

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met on the grid-
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(mu r' t'iie gans. hi.Cem m'~1 .7 ~

See the New Model
f iek's Pen Shop
rentals.
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GLOVES
The sturdy pigskin that footballs are made of
are especially treated to make them soft and
pliable for gloves. $5.
F. W. GROSS
309 South Main St.

This businecss has been. growing ever
since it was established. The secret-
"giving absolute satisfaction to our
customers." We believe it pays to do
bu iness 'in a friendly way. -If you
think soy too, let's get together.

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619 E. -Williarn St.

NtOTJCE--Sax reeds, '$1-per half dozen.
University Music House. 49-51-52
rNO''IC E-)Thcro scopes, Stethoscopes,
Shy imno iojieters, °O thlinosaoaesI
javid other Medical Supplies at re-
dluced lprices. 3Michigan Bioloical
Supply Co., cor. Williaam and Second
Street. -Nine blocks west of campus.
51-52-53-54
NOTICE-B.&rgains in used tenor ban-
jos * Froln $20 up. Easy terms.
University Music House. 49-51-52
NOTICE-We have received our new
Columbia records for December.
Come and hear them. Allmendinger
lMusic Store, 305 Maynard., 49-50-51,
To see best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tf
NOTICE-Girls interested in forming
igroup in view of petitioning Na-
tional Sorority. Give name, address,
Sclass, and college in~ answering. Ad-
dIress Council of Regents, 140 Acton
Rd., Columbus, Ohio. 48-49-50-51-52
NOTICE-Gibson mandolins at half'
price. University Music House.
49-51-52
NOTICE--Hats cleaned and blocked.
All kinds of shoes cleaned, dyed and
repaired. Saitisfa ztioi guaranteed.
A NN ARKBOR SUO P, 625 E. Liberty.
tf.
NOTICE~-New gdance music with
giant organ and orchestra. First
time accomplished. Victor. record.
Schaelberle & Son Music House, 110
SS. Main. tf.
iNOTICE-First class repair work on
iall musical instruments. Seflaeberle
& Son Music House, 110 S. Main. tf
RE~ THE WANT ADS

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every' suit, LerhefLrics, loop to the finishiings,
scr utinize tle nin~gs. Thecn x c Jucdge the values.
YOU do'. te samne when You come here.
This iIsuresyouof gtigthe best when, you
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Notllir'i r e; ;SO beautifully tethoughtful rmm
brance,so fooly .brought to mind on this glorious day.
Let youf 7Thanksgiving message be worded in flowers.
Don't let a e ory shortage of funds prevent you sending
your dear o~nesfes when your credit is always good at
Ann Arbor's IThrc P:>> t FMower Shops.
Flowers by Wire: to Any Part of the World.
The Ann Arizbor PFloral Co.
122 East Liberty St.

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State at Liberty

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