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FRIDAY, DECXEMBEIiR 101, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAMLY

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WVALTEk CAMP GIVES MICHIGAN TWO I', rirn D(AIJE
PLA CES ON 1910 ALL-AMERICAN TEAM LOL4lOIfLII

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{ T h s s t e e -o . l o t e W lt r ab ility , an d w as n a lned at h alfb a c-k in C a p a l A e i a 's r e . 9 1 a d 1 3 2 friMEmT U I H
In 1910, Walter Camp again honored '__--
M~ichigan onhihs all-American team. IWrestler,_eligibleorthe al.
Benbrook, who was chosen a aguard -,I estam rsh ignsileert wihel-
the previous year, was again given a !(4 iflScaposi etwih1e
berth and also ,another Wolverine lyilste'htoight orkouedtsein eforer
fon hija th is ea sa o limber up their muscles. Those
end. This man was Wells, one of the j Iil~f1'*
best of the early football ends. On! .- r in thJ~' ~e swatspe ndmsto terunting
the 1911° and 1912 teams, however, ithr swa-bcanto hernnn
Campfaied o pck Mihign paye. I1910-Kilpatrick, Yale, ces: Mchay, Due to the popularil y~ that wrestling:
During these same' years, Ya:e was ; Harvard, tackle; Benbrooi., tMichigan,; has gained (luring the past year, it is
developing .two- of the' best flankinen Iguard; Cozens, Pennsylvania, center; expected that more than twice as
,the Eli have ever had in Bomeisler 1 Fisher, Harvard, guard; Walker. Min- many will compete this year than last.
and Kilpatrick. Kilpatrick teamed ' nesota, tackle; Wells, Michigan,, end; ~The use of the new rules adopted by1
with Wells in 1910 while BomeislerI Sprockling, Brown, quarter; Wendell, the Big Tenl schools insures plenty of!
'was chosen bothi of the succeeding ,Harvard, Halfback; Pendleton, Prince- 1 action in all of the matches of the
seasons. 'Another Yale man who held tion, halfback; Mercer, Pennsylvania, I meet.I
the spotlight in 1911 and 1912 was , fullback. I Preliminaries will begin at 7:30 1
Ketcham at center. His work was one! tonight and will be held in the balcony
of the biggest features of the Yale 1911-White, Princeton, end ; h-art, I3 otfedhue h eifnl
ZHarvard, tackle; Fisher, Hfarvard a.Ys il ose h eifnl
team. ''Jwl
Othr gidstas f te Mdde Wstguard; Ketch am, Yale, center; Devore wl begin at 9:00 tomorrow morning
who won recognition were Walker of Princeton, guard; Duff, Army, tackle; n h iasa 23 oorwatr
Bomeisler, Yale, end; IHowe, Yale, iuoon. Both the semi-final and the final,
Minnesota at tackle in 1910 and But- ! 'rounds will be held on a mat placed
ler of Wisconsin at tackle in 1912. quarter; Wendell, ,Harvard, halfback; intecetroftebaktal or
Bot me wee ithut ee intacleThorpe, Carlisle, halfback; Dalton, ion temi lo thecetrothe febl house.
playdurng tis erid. INav, fulbak. No admission will be charged. Varsity
Other representatives of the Big I 1912-Felton, Harvard, end; Engle-! letter men will referee all matches.
Three in this period include Fisher of i horn, Dartmouth, tackle; Penn ock, I A change in the eligibility rules for
Harvard, twice chosen at guard, and 'Harvard, guard; Ketcham, Y'ale, cen- the annual wrestling matches has
Brikle, geathalbac, wo ws frstter LoanPrinceton, guard; Butler, been announced. Pr'eviously those
selected. for 'the first time in 1912. 'Wisconsin, tackle; lBomeisler, Yale,, candidates for the Varsity squad were
Jim Thorpe, Carlisle halfback, and end; Crowther, Brown, quarter; Bick- ibarredf from competition while under'
possibly the greatedt athlete ever pro- iey, Harvard, halfback; Thorpe, Carl- the new code, only letter men and
duced, -was astounding the football isle, halfback; Mercer, Pennsylvania, members of the Varsity squad will be
critics at this time by hzis all around fullback. prohibited to compete in the tourney.

AT THE DETROIT THEATRES
1BONSTELLE gtg- 5ctd$1.50
LAYHOUSE Soc amnd 75c.:St.
MISS BONSTELLE PLAYS
in Franices < lodgson Burnett's
U~nusual Play
A Da wn of a Tomor'row'
GARRICK
"IN THIS ROOM"
I Wih Louis Wolheim
} Prices, ?ights 50c.$2.5i0
Wed., Sat. Slat. 50c.$1.50
Schubert LaFayette
Cadillac 8705
Warner Bros.
Present
VDON? J UAN" O
First Ttime Wed. Eire., Dec. 8
2:15-Twice Daily-S8:15
Evenings, 50c to $1.50
Matinees, 50c to $1.00

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If you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie 1~T'
the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your wvant. ad ' TE
Iwill be charged. _______________________
The Michigan iDaily roserves the right to nwht
classify all wants ads unader appropriate' head -'WANTED )S 1TDi..N18"to 1a
ings and to revise or withhold 'tbiection~hlc E Ju P" t2 ,i'9 7;rom $5 to $i; 101'for ld"
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CASH RATES 'Suits '01l41 ec~ts
Ten cents pez reading line (on the basis of 121 I3;. ANN DIAL 4306
five a~erage words to the line) for one or two l
insertions.
Nine cents per reading line for three or more ______________________
insertions,
Casr_ classifieds received at the Daily office; E' .
in The Press Building' on Maynard Street. N I(
CONTRACT RATES
S+pecial standardized rates given on applia- ;pFC'IL
FOR RENT0 perf cini tug o
FOR RENT -Light housekou ni3nx 11' (-Il 1Shoj
rooms. One single'roomj. Rent rea- e-tf
sonable. 1308 Geddes .eve._____________________
62-63-64 jNOTICE~-Grapelit'iu o 8I1i swe
cieder. Call ll. . I.\Vag{, at .3
FOR RENT-Suite warmi and pleas- cr 22413. (i i--6U5
ant. Now available. 612 Hill St. ___________________
Phone 6687. 62-63-64.
NOTICE---Candy. Everybody wvill
Jappreciate as a gift. We hiave large
jLOST selection t o° fpea~se every b~ody. Be-
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LOST-D~ark tortoise shell glasses,
Tuesday night. Call R. Eddy, 64641
Reward. 62-63-64
LOST-Police dog, dark, answers to
name "Scout" Thursday. D)ial 6121.1
Dr. Lor~e, Barton Hills, Ann Arbor.
62-63-64
LOST-A Delta Gamma pin oni camn-
pus. Call 21586. Reward 61-62-63
LOST-Fraternity pin. Call 8260. Re-
ward. Initial E. M. on back of pin.,
61-62-61
LOST-Saturday muorning, black onyx
pin with gold border. Finder please
call 7779. 61-62-63
LOST-Vlgin watch, engraved hunt-1
ing case, knife and chain attached.l
Call Webster 207, S. Ingalls. Reward
Phone 8450 61-62-63-641
LOST-One large white cameo in!
gold setting, in stadium at Min-
nesota game. Finder call 6517.
Substantial reward.j
59-6P-6 1-62-63
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Alto Saxaphone. Brass,
nearly ,new. Greene, 806 Hill
63-64-65i
FOR SALE-Corona Portable Type-f
writer; newly bought. Call Wells,
7097. 61-62-63
FOR SALE-Stearns Knight Coupe.4
First class condition. Your price.
Dial 21678 61-62-63-64-65-66-67;
IChristmas

}lprice , of c r it il .r fI'r)ii 10c ;A-'vajlablze.to wearers of RealsSihi
to 5.00. Cedar ( i-il, 50(,t(} hosieiry; dlire(t from the Indian.
$15.00. Silk lined basi:ket from $1.t)0; apolis factory, moderately priced.
to $6.00. (Chinese bowl, very i'an11(7. ClallI or phone Real Silk Hosiery
from $4.00 to $6.00. C'a ,~y toy Mills, 209 S. State St. Dial 9592.
iceribbion at o(est.price. -etail. it
ITry our fountinnsee iace alnd ou!,
jlunches. The he. (ElIOc. ShopI SUITS AND OVERCOATS-Very yeas-
302 S. Main St. t t-64-65-66-67-t-6 onable prices, tailored or ready-
_____________________ made. We have a wonderful vari-
NOTICE- 1nls ait of hit ety of piatterlns. Repairing also a
mas cards at .Brown' sw TBok Store,,~, specialty.- Beautiful fabrics for youtr
210 S. 'Main St. 63 winter overcoat.
_______________________WILD THE TAYLOR
NOTICE-Instructor wants room in11 109 E. Washington
private honze .and -garage . iPh oePhon~e 5069
Univ. 30. 6-36 c Wed.-Fral.-Sat.
NOTICE--Now Victor Orthophoite ;I}ANCING Every Saturday night, Dix-
Records for Christmas. We packj bora. 5 Wailes out Broadway o4
for shipimcnt. Schaeberle & Son iLnew Plymouth paved road. fri-sat-ti
Music house. 110 So. Mlain. c tt.'
Ann Arbor Mimeographing shop-214
i i Detroit St. Let us do your mnimeo-
II graphing and typewriting. First-
FORD SALES AND SFR VICE class work. Quick service. Lowest
1925FOR ROASTEIti,5 god 1prices. Dial 8683.
195FRIRASE, odIc-sun-wed-fri
cordl tires. Mot or A-1. Top s
good. I NOTICE-Take home a box of Gilbert's
s Chocolates for Christmas. We will
I 1925 FOEl) COUPE, 4 new tires, ( rpfrnahn.SitsDu
bumpers front and rear, up- Soe 4 S tt t
holstering and topa like Soe 41S tt t
j c Wed.-Fri.-Sun.
-I new. Motor A-1..I-
S We have a few good cheap Tour-
luig and Roadsters. MotorsI -
t ini good(lshap~e. .
61-63165. -
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{longest. We have them. City Phar. I Damon- ' c
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Pythias-
"I certainly am., I'd do anything
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HATS
With the, new narrow bound brim in the
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TIES
In patterns selected for those fellows

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Suggestions
Have a look at our Christmas window-you will surely;
find in it just the articles you are looking for this year,
Beautiful framed scenic and sacred pictures complete,
prices _ranging from 50c up. They mus~t be seen to be appre-
ciated.
Splendid line of imported tapestries direct from France
and Belgium at unheard-of. reduced prices. 'These .include
panels, table runners, cushion-tops, rugs, etc.
Orders are now taken for tapestry-hand-bags at spe-

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WOOL HOSIERY
Full fashioned and imported from
Europe 's most exclusive makers.

cial prices.
Remember we have in stock
paper or paint line.

everything in

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PIG'and DEER Skin
Glovgs, tanned and, cured without
removing the grain from the leather.

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Phone 9313

MAJOR & CO.

203 East Washington St.

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In plain white Oxford cloth or with
widely spaced pencil stripes in all de-
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Snow and ice is sure to come. Pre-,
pare for it by having your skates,
skis, sleds and toboggans. Buy early
while the1 stock is in goodl shape.
Sleds-$1.50, $2.00, $2.25,,$3.00, $3.75,
$4.75, $5.50, $6.00, $6.50.
Skates-$1.25, $1.65, $2.00, $2.25
$3.40, $3.85.
Skates and Shoes-
Union Hardware, $6.00
Nestor-Johnson, $8.00
Northland Skis-$1.75, x$2.25,
$2.75, $3.00, $3.50, $4.50, $5.50
Toboggans-$8.50, $11.50, $14.00

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