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, TON s THEM WAN:;DIL:Y __ - PAGSr1-N

\.*THE PRESS BOX
That the Amy-Navy football game , they wojlld ell.yI more promin-
held in Chicago last month will not be ('lit place in the public eye.
the last seen in the West became apn- iIt was also assured yesterday that
parent yesterday when it was an-, this year's; game would not be th6
nounced that Con. Fred I. Britten of last seen in Chicago, when E. J. Kelly,
lllinqis, chairman of the naval comn- preient of the south park board, re-
mittee, mxoved to have the contestI ceived two letters from West Point
held every alternate year in somes and Annapolis in which both expr~ess-
large -city, west of the Atlantic sea-! ed desires to return in the near future.
board.___
Chief among the cltle4' mention- 4 ear Mr. Sportful Editor:
ed for the game In the immediate intemdtoMiig'suer
future is D'etroit, who is trying ous Itor ist and chainsis, tere
to schedule the 1928 meeting of iosvcoisadcapgsis hr
the mle ad th go~t inthe 1 is one respect in which we are nearlyl
ore mue n tegot.nth No. always outdone. The great majority
Weror noCtiiityosil of students are impressed by the dram-
,eth e er r ntid. Thesshuge iexatic nature of a football crowd, and
yet o b ascrtaned.Thehugeex-like the "show" attached thereto. Thisj
pense of such an enterprise must be 'waescilyoatheOoSae
taken, into consideration, and Detroit, wasmespcal.oa teOi tt
attenpnt tm.h+ o game.m

UL Lllu' jli Csmm Lillie, 111:1$ HUL u .Staulllill

large enough to seat the number of
spectators required to meet ther cost.
When one considers that it cost
the backers of the movement over
$300,000" to stage the game in
Chicago, it is reallzed Ithat -prices
for seats in the Unversity of De-
troit stadium would be exh orbit.
ant, because of the limited seating
capacity, 30,000. The only avail-
able place to hold the game would
be illtthe new 3I4icligan stadium,
and that~ is out of the question., f
Congressman Britten has many and
specific reasons why the game should
,be played every, other year in the
)Vest, chleeof 'which is that countless
foreigners ,would :see the :contest, and
thereby be impressed with our army
and navy.
Whether or not this is logical
we will tot say, but ift certainly
would be 'fbenefit to the people o'f
our nation,. Comparati-vely few
r~esidents of 'the west coast PaY
any attentioni to the service
schools at gall, but by the interest
aroused Ldue. to the ;annual game

f

I The height of' the spirit of the
daty was reached at the singing of
I lie (. . U."alma imtiter" hbe.
Itween the halves. To quote -Tim-
othy Ilay, it "Was Like 90,000 peo-
ple joined in a great church serv-
ice." Other schools, Illinois, Wis-
consin, T)liehiigam Staite, Amherst,i
and1( Chicago, all have notably in-
spiring songs.
But Michigan's "alma mater" seems
strikingly lacking in spirit. It is dif-
ficult for any one to sing, and espqci-
ally so for a large number of people
together. It has very little color-a
staid old hymn, with perhaps the aus-
terity of religion of 40 years ago. But
fa greater feeling of reverence, of, loy-
alty, could be expressed by a tune
which had more strength. The words
are splendid, and not subject to the
conventional high school loyalty seen-
in many college songs.
W4Fhy don't some of~our famous
campus musicians fill an obvious
Ineed bty providing a new score!
for Mtichigan's "1alm~a mater?"
-Big Boy.

~i t" '.CLOSES
If you air a le "hoe sb ier .. ii
5a 1 n I your wne ad
wil be c it d.eq'"'s~~ rgtt
clsiyall-nsld u e ap p t aed'nsad t reise or withhold -bjetionidble
° TCASH RATE
t t ti ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Ten cents per reading' line (on the basis of 0 ieaeaewrst ieln)froeo w
A n U n u s a l l c t Nine cents per reading line for three or mores
C (as classifieds recenve( at the DIaiy office
i The 11 ess $uilding o ,Maynard Street.
CONTRACT RATOS
I I Specal standardized rates given on applica-
~cr LOST
=LOST-The man who took the wrong;
a corduroy coat from Angel Hal
JTuesday rrrrning, call McPherson
4618. 61 -62
- pus. Call 21580. leiward (U-663i
=C LOST-Fraerity pin. Call 3260. Re-
_Iward. Initial P.L M.'i on blak ofpi:1
I
'LOST-Saturday rnorningi, black onyx
I-E ~pin with goldI border. B'in'dr please
= call 7779. 61-62-63'
pOolic e pup.e Lop ar, poin t edlnose,
° tan color; female; li te girls pet.
D Tia 5516; re~ard. T. IB. Lyons, j
515 F.. William= 61-62
2LOST--Lighter between 1100 1-lilt
St. and Goldman, Nov. 12. Call
- 422. Reward. 61
-L/ / n a o i t r stLSTEgnwatch, engraved hunt-1
I ° A sh lping case, knife and chain attahe.
AVho v ng o i t re t Call Webster 207, S.Inll.ewd
12Phone "8450 61-62-63-64
a fo anoeseigt~ nlOSreen.gold wrist watch, nt-
an o e s e in " n als .t. D. M. S. on bxack. Call 568h"
2LS-A. K. K. badge. Reward.
nua a du ffrp t sot& i Call 1-owlett 817. 59-60-1
CLOST-Man's glove for right hand..
foe New black horse-hide, sheep lined,
0f1 i o m n s size 8 1-2. al 22172. 59-60-61
LOST-OneC large white cameo in1
gold setting, in stadium at Mn-
-- nesota game. Finder call 6517.
- Substantial reward.
59-60-61-2-63
- FOR SALE
1 7Thinigs not.obtainable
every ,place-wi t1l be m-ost z OS ,anI{)gl
"-= First cls odto.Your pie
appreciated. C oal 2167 8 61-62-63-64-65-66-F,7
1 ~~~~~~~~FOR SALE O EXCHANGE-Nineteromhufaeniyrs-
a ority. Block from campus. Di~ing
- rooms, parlor,' attic. Address Boxf
a- 142. .6421
= FOR SALE-Two main floor tickets
- - for Thursday night opera perform-
INeckw ear Flasks = ane. Call 3651. 60-61-62.
UHosiery Bill Folds WNE
= P WANTED-Work during Xmas vaca-
=. av o I1g' tion. Simmons. Phone 21677.
L)LUdUs - 61-62-64
WANTED STUDENTS to know that
Sani ays front $5 to $25 for old
'c =-I sits and overcoats.
121 E. ANN DIAL 4306
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i2( Ilhty~' !'4le 2:) P r 'cuite;.1 '
I? F bQa4 tn 'crsity c tf.
'SUITS AND OVERCOATS --Very reas-
onable lprices~, to lorcd orc ,reacdy-
made. We have a wvonderfu1 vairi-
ety of patterns. Repairing also a
specialty. Beautiful fabrics for your
'wAvnter overcoat.
s WILD) THE TAYLOR
109 E. Washington
Phone 50611
TYPEWRITING done~ neatly andl
Squickly. ThesisMsrps, etc.
jCall 7345. 513-60-61
NOT'ICE'
Fraternity or Sororiy
we have your ideal h feor the fuk-
ture located ow Washte naw avnne.
T~he house has 16 rooms with recepl-
Von room, driawing room and every
modern convenlien'e.
This place was built for' you and needs
14t01o or no alteratfons r Te
rcaozs 80 all large and light and
the lot is large.
The b irprise is the price. 'lease
investigate t onco. Shown by ap-
hI ontment ohly. Call F. 13. Ensum-
ig Nwith
Dana S. McComnb,
25 A A Savings Bank Bldg.
Phone 43:12 Evening 3330.
59-60-61-62-63-64
NOTICE.-Student Tailor Shop, 721 N.
Univerujity, across f#onm Hill Audi-
t orium. Re-openedl undIer new
management. Cleaning, pressing;
and altering. Ladies' work especi-
ally. *Phone 8040. c-tf
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
Works. 'Ru.gs Shampooed. Phone
6513. daily-tf
To see best of 50 lines clothing drop
hard to 1103 E. Washington.'" Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tf
LADIES, THEY ARE 1IERE! Real
silk Merino Under-hose, light, close-
fitting, durable, inconspicuous?
Available to wearers of RealsSilk
Hosiery; direct from the Indian-.
apolis factory, moderately priced.
Call or phone Real Silk Hosiery
Mills, 209 S. State St. Dial 9592.
tf?
REA THE WANT ADS

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GIFT SUGGESTION,

A very good looking Michigan :pennant or blanket or a piece of
our very special MICHIGAN JEWELRY would be excellent. Also[
stationery embossed, with the Michigan seal.
Phone 4744- 1111 Southi University Phone 4744

i a
M imi s"m

O~RUGS

KODAKS

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Good to give 'because bound to please.
A BROWNIE

--An inexpensive, yet exceedingly practical
one would be glad to get-that youngster
example.
Come in and see the Br~ownies

gift
'at

that any-
home, for

--take one home in your grip.
Box Brownies from 2$ up.
Calkins-Fletcher Drug Co.
Three bependabnle $tores
We have served Xc higatn and Tier, Students for 39 years.

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CANI)YSSODA
Arx deF.nc
FA1THER MIGHT LIKE
A COMFORTABLE PAIR
OF SLIPPERS FOR HIS
; ,., .v EVENINGS AT HOME.

An early show ing o0f clothing
* inlighter colors.
faw
r
r
Si
$530
-r4.
ar
'Mr
GREENOOD ND KLGOR
= Seon 1Io

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NOTICE
NOTYICE-Take home a box of Gil'Wrt's
Chocolates for Christmas. We will
w~irap for mailing. Swift's Drug
Store, 340 S. Stafe St.
c Wed.-Fri.-Sun.
NOTICE-New Victor Orthophone
Records for Christmas. We pack
for shipment. Schaeberle & Son
Music H-ouse. 110 So. Main. c tt.
NOTICE-Get your Daybreak and all
Maxwell Parsh pictures at Brown's.
Bookstore, 210 S. Main St. c 61
FORD SALES AND SERVICE 1
( 1925 FORD ROADSTER, 5 good
(cord tires. Motor A-1. Top
'good. I
1925 FORD COUPE, 4 new tires,
( bumpers front and rear, up-
holstering and top like
new. Motor A-i.I
I We have a few good cheap Tour-
ing and Roadsters. Motors
in good shape. 61-63-65
NOTICE-Beautiful gifts from India.
Private sale of hand embroidered
cashmere silk scarfs, runners,
cushion cover prints, carved ivory
curios, rouge boxes, and beads. This
is purely a student enterprise. Will
demonstrate at your house any af-
ternoon. Ask for Sodhi or leave I

1
$3 Duys, a
rParker D.Q.o
The f lashing black Newcomer
made by D{ ofold Craftsmen
T HE nearest 'thing made to
a Parker Duofold Pen is the
new D. Q.-meaning Duofold
Quality. It is really a $4 value
--with *White Gold Girdle,
smart fluted grip, and a pocket
clip; or an extra large ring to
link to your note-book.
More than that it has ajewel-
smooth point of 14K gold,
tipped with polished Iridium.
The same Ink-Tight Duo-
Sleeve Cap, Press-Button
Filler, and sure-fire "Lucky
Curve" feed as the Duofold.
You can't beat it-you can't
'tie it under $5. All good pen
counters carry-this college
creation-or can get it double
quick.
TTE PARKEPRN DTV'TPIffANV

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