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TUESDAY, DECEMBER: 14, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CAMP PLACES TWO WOLVERINES
ON ALL-STAR ELEVEN OF 191(

(This is the fifth of the Walter Camp
all-American series)
Due to America's participation in
the World war, Mr. Camp did not
make an all-America selection in 1917.
In 1918, however, he chose his all-
American team once again but this
time it was picked not from the col-
leges, but was a service all-American
team from the different training camps
over the country, all undergraduate{
college men.

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I l9gi']ir, Pend State,

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1Colgrate, tackle; Alexander, Syracusc
guard; Weaver, Center, center
Youngstrom, Dartmouth, guard; Heni
ry, Wa:hington and ,Jefferson, tackle
hMiller. Pennsylvania, end; McMilla:
Center, quarter; Casey, Harvard, half
hanck ; Harley, Ohio State, halfbacki
Rodgers, West Virginia, fullback.
A SKETBALL SCHEDULE

On the 1918 eleven, Michigan was
awarded two places to share honors!'FThe comphlete Michigan basketbal
with Harvard, Yale, and Colgate who schedule f~or 1926-27 is as follows.
also placed two men each. Tho Cornell college here, Dec. 17.
Wolverines were Allmendinger of; Syracuse here, Jan. 1.
Fort" Sheridan,' at guard, and Smith Mlaryland here, Jan. 4.
of the Great Lakes Naval station, at Minnesota at Minneapolis, Jan. 8.
fullback: Iowa at Iowa City, :Jan. 14 (Dedica-
The 1918 and 1919 teams are as fol- tion of field house).
lows: Illinois here, Jan. 17.
1918 Imlliafla at Bloomington, Jan. 22.
Rassmussen, Nebraska, Camp Grant, Minnesota here, Jan. 24.
end~; Beckett, Oregon, Mare Island, Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh, Feb. 12.
tackle;; Black, Yale, Newport Reserve, Purdue at Lafayette, Feb. 15.
guard; Callahan, Yale, Newport Re-i Indiana here, Feb. 19.
serve, center; Ailmendinger, Michigai,,, Chicago here, Feb. 22.
Fort Sheridan, guard; West, Colgate, Illinois at Urbana, Feb. 25.
Camp Dix, tackle; Gardiner, Carlisle,; Purdue here, Feb. 28.
Camp Custer, end; Watkins, Colgate, Chicago at Chicago, March 5.
Minneola., quarter; Casey, Harvard Iowa here, March 7.
Boston Navy yard, halfback; MiniotI
Harvard, Camp Devens, halfback;I ANNAPOLIS, Md.-More than 400
Smith, Michigan, Great Lakes Naval ;candidates for the Naval academy box-
""station, fullback. ing team have reported for practice.

P~ASAXDENA, Calif.-All of the 52,- DETROIT.-Tom Connell, sopho-An
229 tickets for the New Year's Day more halfback of Chippewa Falls,
1footballgaebtenteUiestWs, has been chosen captain of thel THIS L
cif Alabama and Stanford university 1927 University of Detroit football COLUMN
teams have been sold. squad. # CLOSES
IIII II ll 10Z,..:;. - AT3 P.M. Ac DYER
e; FORL RENT
.f- ;4 0 0FOR RENT-Furnished, heated apart-I
ment from Jan. to JIune, Five rooi.
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FOR RENT-Two room aplpartnrent,
ON ALfuN.rihed, first floor. Inquire 119F
FOR RENT-Garage near 11ill and
W asht naw, 1051 Lincoln. PhoneI
TWO large single front rooms. One
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iiia m o ds tiporch it desired. 1345 Geddes.
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I '1.'1'~TPE11RiITTERIS
a_ d I tYie OU CAN RENT t'ypeawriters at ,a!
Svery reasonable rate from Rider'sI
- Pen Shop and it will be a g'ood,
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THE WATCH111 1SHOP O
0 c~ctFOR SALE-5 German .Police Pups, 3
9 1> males, 2 females, 26 weeks old. Fin-
1 121 South University Ave. (off Church1 est pedegree. Price .right;.-InquireI
J. I Roberts & Son Store, Dexter,
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WANTED 'JTO AORK -Man and wire
want wvork as p~orter and~ cook. BoxI
144 Michigan Dly. 65-66-67
WANT E)--- -Nice roomn in private f'a m-

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FOR SALE -A size 37 Tuxedo, three,_j
p~ieces. $25.00. Call Schulall 224 91.! WANTED STUDENTS to know that
66-67-68 Sam iii s'.f romu $4 to $24 for old
wa1its~ and overcoats.
FOR SALE-Fur coat at a bargain. 121 E. ANN DIAL 4306
Size 42. Call 21476 in the afternoon. ;t
66-67 I'YEJ'URRBBN '(AR
FOR SALE-Stearns Knight Coupe. Lt15slpyyuwt ibn n
First class condition. Your price. ! Let us swhichyouwiotlasibboiseaor
Dial 21678 61-62-63-64-65-66-67 iaron ki. wilgetutelast meor
tainable. Rider's Pen Shop.
LOST slin-ttues-thurs-ti
LOST-Rhinetone shoc buckel, Friday
night, near Majestic theater. Dial '. t
8071.__ _ __ _ . - - I
LOST-Red Parker fountain pen, Sat-
urday. Finder plei~ce call E. John- FORD011 ALES AND 'SEtV ICE
{son, 3743. 66
j(We Oa'e1now hiavin~g our 'regularz
LOST-In basement of N. S. building ('Chiristmas Sale oi all used j
one lecture note 1)ook and two text cars. 1-1. S. P'latt ;tlWOysS E
books. Finder please return to ( xc'ept ional va toes. If' you arej
514 Cheever Ct. Phone 8628. Re-I( looking for a. car to drive

llpi'e,; (,ia s gft:. We have large
selection to please. every b~ody. Be-
loot' you b)uy see ouir line and our1
pr1ic(es. Boxes of candy fr'om 40lc
to 5.00. Cedar chest, from 0Sc to
$15.00. Silk lined I'aslet from $1.00
to 116.00. Cineise l)bowl, very fanc(y,
from $1.00 to $0,001. ('antdy toay
cane ribbon at best price. We mil.
T1ry our fountain service andc our
luiiches. The Crest Choc. Shop
302'S. Main St. 63-64-65-66-67-68-69

WElf car~ry' a full line of Scheafer 1Foun-~
tainl Pens. City Pharmacy
G6-67
NOTIC('-New Ort hophone IY'ortable
vinctrolas, $35.00. Schaeberle & Son
Music IHouse, 110 So. Main c tr.
NGTICE--Student; Tail~or Shop, 7r,.
iUniversity, across from I ill Audi-
toriumi. Re-opened uinder new
management. Cleaning,, pressing
and altering. Ladies' work esp)eci-
ally. Phone 8040. c-tf
ANN ARBOR. CARPE:+T Cleaning
Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phlono
65131. daily-tf
To see best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Wash ington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tf
TYPEWRITERS, all makes, sold,
renltedl, exchanged, cleaned, repair-
ed. Largest and b)est stock to be
obtainedl anywhere.
0. 1), MORRILL, 17 Nickels Arcade.
Authoriz'ed dealer: Phone 6615.
L. C. Smith & Corona Trypewriters, Inc.
c64-6 5-66-67-68-69

ward. _ 64-65-66,i h
TJYP~E1 1RITII RIBBONS AND 0
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COLLEGIATE CLOTHES SHOP

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Suits and Overcoats
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stock and you secure the best dlans. T]hey are all in first
quality at a modIerate price. ( class shape. y
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17 Nickels Arcade. Phone 6615 ( e-6G8-67-611
Dealer: 1L. C. Smith & Corona ----- --
Typewriters, Inc. (0'U BU If11tine art series oh Muitsica.l
c 4-65-66-67-68-60 Masterworks, announcing,
FOUNTAIN PYEN INK Schubert's Unfinished Symphony,
Beethoven: Symphony No. 9,
You will(Choral)
Yo ilget better ink for your foun- rhi:SoaanF
tain pen at Rider's Pen Shop. Over 1rhs: Snaaii>
, 1111(11' forPin
{40 years ink experience is worth l amnd others.
m~oney t you. We sell government lmnigr Msc Soe 30
rcrd ink only. sun-tues-thurs-t f ! 1Maynard~. c6i
I-6616
LOST-From Psi Upsilon House very NOTICE-New i('tor Ortho phone.
dark blue overcoat. Full plain back. Records for Christmas, We pack
wide collar, double breasted, Label,j for shipment. Schaeberle & Son
Spindler and Scholtz, Detroit. Lang- Music House. 110 So. Main. c tf.
jcock. Call 5617, ask for Robinson._____________________
66-67-68 Stibscribe for the Michigan D)aily.
M en's uits nd Ov r atsr+yveooas

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Intelligent service "speeds up" the transac-
p ti on so men naturally like to buy Gifts
at Bays.''"
Gifts
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jewelry
f There are so many
interesting things "at
Bays" that only by
a visit to our store
can you get any idea
of the scope and
Q:" variety of our stock
of jewelry.
You will find many'
"wor-th while" gifts
at. really moderate

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NOTICE
Ann Arbor Mimeographing shop-:21.
Detroit St. Let us do your iniineo-
graphing and typewriting. First-
class wor'k. Quick service. Lowest
prices. Dial 8683.
c-tn csthmur-Sat
NOTICE---Send mother your photo in
swinging frame for a Christmas Gift.
IAll prices, $1.50 ana up. J. it.
Saunders, 306 S. State.
c-tues-thrur's-sun-tf
NOTICE-Startling offer Tuxedos
rIPressed-Fifty Cents. We call' and
deliver any time. T. It. Lyons 515
E. Williams, Dial X4516.
tues-thui's-sun-tf
WANTED-Students who like good
hot BARBECUES to know we de-
liver between 9:30 and 11:30 P. M.
BARBECUJE INN, Dial 4481.
c-Tues.-Thurs.-Sat.
NOTICE-Have us come and demon-
strate the new Remington Portable
typewriter. Keyboards for any
department, engineerin~g, chemical,
medical, etc. Phone 3489.
tues-thurs-sat-tr
NOTICE-H-ats 'cleaned and blocked.
All kinds of shoes cleaned, dyed and
repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed.
IANN ARBOR SHOP, 625 E. Liberty.
' c-Tues.-Thurs.-Sat.
HEFALTH Begins when you phone
8428. C. M. Gibson Chropractor, 35
Wuerth Arcade. toes-thurs-sat-tf
FOUNTAIN PEN. REPAIRtING'
Tell the folks at home what an un-
Eusual place you have in Ann Arbor
S to have pens repaired. We will give
them the same service through you"
or by mail. Thank you. Rider'a
Pen Shop. sun-tues-thurs-tt
REA THE WANT ADS

Men's

Suits,

201 Reduction

Men's Overcoats, 1IV Reduction
Boys' Suits and Overcoats
1O fb Reduction
H.J.HA
215-217 5. ASHLEY

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Remember, we sell the best at the right price at all

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All our clothes are specially made for us.
You~ are alwavs assured of the best when you kiiv h-ere.

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