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Wl,.)N1,:Sf)AY, 1)ECE±MI3Elt 15, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

IN T'OURNAMNENT OF ROSSES GAME '
710BE PLAYED NEWI YEAR'S DAY!= -The Nans Shop-OUNg LA SIF
t IAWnI<<t 1 'I ithOf' South To Appear For 'i]ie next game to be played, Jan- -
Stcnd rfj111]II New Yeair's iark 1, 1927, will again fid Alabama = ____________ ______
Day GA IlaVhssc the gnues-t,,, withI Stanford playing host 2= =( yuaeatlpoestbc brcl c n
-- r 1h"1secondi time in three years. To--t A-TI ouaeae Din us2Lcrcl i
P s'adc1a's (Cal') Chief claim to Fa- lI ktewwillr wil chaaalmotdi- 2
litmah if ? ne, teana P1ftf~ )~.I'Ia~ ,inofar sth rnth,, m; The Michigan Daily reseres the right to N OiTI( E
of Rose s, will he held this y eara s 01 > O ll -the il Sc ho l O lis little known. -,ings and towa rtsvise uo w i x~ d' h e ii t. 1r 5
usual on January 1, all re(orts to;the latord can 1he classed because its j= coCASHDRATES
conti ary. The tournament itself is rI ii over Sothern California was ii i r a I S u its =fenenterageodintgth line) ronte borstoo
of little interest to sport. lovers, in1 s', 'ea that of Nore Damle each 1= iv; crgewrd'tEhelie frAnJo.to
tha&it icomris~1es merely ie le pI21 'e'" i"'1 in;by the score of 1312., n ctints prrednglnefr heeo mr ~ la
miles' of rose bedecked floats, and 'I (It. 2o i s state that all availablej 2 in t Fedons.
Calforia nises tren ~t';fo tu gaue avebee diposd Cseclassiids received at te Daily fiee
a rou he i iathian o . Lf 1'd S ~aprrsAPr prepa rin1g to reap i2ThePi___________o___T S Sree
The main atrntonth e pasrde, 1 s a F lr.=1:. Speial standardized rates given or, auplica-i
followed by san revent of, lssrlght, _______________
the gridiron battle between the(hln )F OR E /s ip FORD
pions of the Pacific coast and some- r sav 1 =FOR REUNT
representative team from the East W OLVERhvES. V/ILL W2ha e just recevd a smnall sh. i Wear
or Middle West, and though the game (oxford bl+ F R E Nroom for a ul e fl m ou- j C rs<
people view it as are able to obtain - ment (o fr grey sits. blocks from campus. Phone 00.! exce
seats,while a few odd thousands stand1 1fRiegan will, be represented by = (-68lok
on the furbstoncs and get temslves'three of her foenr players, when the 1ho11
showered with flowers. alls ar team of the Eat meets a _P0 1?i RENT-Furnishcd, heated part- I com
Nevers iand the /Four Hlorsemen" sintlar aggregation representing the - m t ilJa.oJu Fverm.1 oe.
Interest in the New Year's Day!We t in) the annual E ast-West foot-I_ Lower IDuplex. 905 Forest. "honer We ha
battle did not become nation-wide un-ih ill game on New Year's Day at = 6187. 6-67-81( price
til 1925, when Knute Rockne of NotreI Ewaing Field, San brtncisc. _ igs,
Dame. led his "Four H-orsemen' into ITwo of these men, Sid Dewey and ~ FOR RENT --Two room appartment,i .n
their adnaturallcoutrym, the n"great opnNi~a lrwere members of the 1 urisedrfrslfoo. nqir 11)iic s
spcs"adlttefrnwl ote1' championship team and both have 2 ~O .Tae.Cl 11. 6f-i-67!
score of 24-10. It was in this game N. aThatreere.rCoflfotbal.1Flra6-
pl y d t r e y a ; o o t al l r O E T -G r g e r h l n !that Ernie Nevers, the Stanford full- signlfle{d his intention to accept the v O I E
hc, "shone so brilliantly as to lead 'invxitation 1 play some time ago, and _ 62I56i6
Ginr"o"Warner, veteran coach, Dewey declacrede yestrday that he will e -astnw,15 Lnon.Po eorC:
to say that he was a better mane with Join the squad which leaves for the l o h
football teamu than ima Thorpe, the coast on December 20 from Chicago. .. Musicn
great Carlisle °Indian. E litfl"Butch" woSlaughiter is the third I2An advance s ow ng of lig=erIcFOrs SAIOJ DIVEus1c
Nevers ran all over the Notre Dame forim Wolverine who will make thefflwglg te - FOR SALE -5 eran P'olice Pup, 3 Rv~
team, raking yard after yard through ip. Sdufitcl sared at guard for E ae2=1 ls 6 ekod l-isa '2
the line, and he couted all points three years on Yost teams and was - 2 e^_t plegree Price right. nchir' ltin
scored by the coast squad. Rockne's Inam ed all-American guard by Walter1 - new Co &So toeFex (F
fullback, Layde, was not far behind, Camp in 1924. H%' will serve as a,, ih.62648 sil
however, for he insured victory for his J coach as well as payer, having gained Mic.-6-676 Ownier~
school by intercepting a pass in the1 considerable coaching experience dur- d2 FOR SALE--A sie :37 Tuxedo, tlhree 694 6:
closing minutes of play and running Iling the past two yars as assistant to = ___- pieces. $25.00. (all Shuall 22491.
C 11S1$565 yards for a touchdown.I George Little at Wisconsin. E 6676 IIIT
HubrtBests Wilson i P leTriedman, iZihians1926!=shul
In the game of 1926, Alabama jour- Captain and al-American quarterback, sFRSL-Pucoltabrin!B ea
Keyed1 to the West and surprised theI was also invited to play on the. Last-c Size 42. Call 21476 in the atetool. oflO.
puilic andl the critics by whipping the1 ern team but found it impossible to = 6f-2 i~l
powerful University of Washington accept the invitation. t;-
squad, led by all-American George Last year, Michigan was represented [ O AF-ian ngtCue
Wilson, by' a 10-0 score. The contest by two f1arer stars. Edwards, Var- t- /from ]ls ls odto.Yu lc~ h t
was not many minutes old before it stiy tackle for two seasons and onte of 1 2 Dial 21678 61-62-63-64-05-66-671
settled down to a duel between Wilson the 'best linemien !in the country last =2
and '"Pooly" Hubert, the sensational !year and Slaughter were the Wolver- C
Southern quarterback. I lies selected. In 1924 Herbert Steger, e- LST NOTICE-
As the score indicates, Hubert has jAolerine capUtain anid star' halfback t2 of Chri
all the best of it, and with his victory made the tripi to the coast LOST-A P X'tfrtrnity pin. I. T. get yoi
he took away much of the pride of the 1 Peterson nn back. plal~se returnIfl Corner
Pacific coast. f___ __ __ __ __ _ 2d to 608 E. M adiso n. Dial 9817 .R
Gre~n ood nd Kigoreward.176869
Reward Briggs For 1renod n Kl or~OST-Shell r*nna n lsses ad a BnjoI~E
\ aateriiia fountain pen n a Uni- House.
W'kork With lHtarriers 1- ' Sre tCak-s Feth r 1vesity Health Service Case. On -
State Street OverotaCelkins- State between Union and Huron. ' TYPEWI
' ehone6807. 67-58 done b
Clayton Briggs, '27, captain of the Intraimural basketball will surpass moder
cross-country team for the past sea- all previous records this year, ac- °:IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1111I11N1iIIHl111I1t111III11llI1111LOST-111t 1iI 1 1 11 o111pair11II11glassesII11111t11one1 LOT-i'1 aiigi e Noeivih icel
son has been awarded an "M" for the cording to the1 number of teams which dark rims anud one with light, iacrk
third successive ya.Biyear.lohv sge l wt h ofc t a- Briggs1111 hasl1111I all11111111111111111111111111111111111111Mlsollthave signed up with the office at Wat cases. Phone 22219. 67
had his name inscribed on the Harp-j ermian gymnasium. Interclass, inter-, = - NOTICE
ham trophy three times for winning fraternity, independent and Union I 2
the- nnuah1 cup race each year since freshman leagues have been formed. =ngtner'IyLOT hrtMeesiocbtekr.Ixal p lciti
he has been eligible for varsity com- More than 2,000 students will be en- 80ngh,1 narM67-68teaer.Dil reeyti
petition. rolled on the various teas, yan. in - , prices.
The rules regarding the awarding crease of nearly 800 over last year = The M an S .31b = LOST-From Psi Upsilon H-ou~e very I to 5.{00
of letters in cross-country running Interr aternity competition will be I dark blue overcoat. Full plain back,I $15.00.
has been that the men must place keener than ever before with 72 lhobs-,2 wide collar; double breasted, Lbel, to $6.0
within the first 15 places at the Con- es already signed up in eas A. This 2 Spindler andI Scolt, Detroit. Lang- from
ference meet in order to winl a letter.l is a considerable increase over the = cock. Call 5617, ask for Robinson. cane I
Under this rule but three letters have number which started in the elimina2 6667-68 Try o
been given out in the past two years lion contests last year. Sigma Alpha oi ____________________ lunche:
The rules of other schools in the Con:1Mu, last year's winner, and the run- 12 TYPEW'1 R IR1l.II130B4NAD j302 \
ference are now being studied and it ner up, Phi Kappa Sigma, have teams 2 _= IL,0N
iis posible that Michigan will alter the; entered. I_2"2= Our rapid turnover insures a fresh WE carry
present system, making it an average IInterest in basketball copetitonisT h is =soc ndyuseue h bsraii Pe
of the other nine schools.I not alone confined to the ranks ot. the v _=stoquaty od ecr the pric
In the Conference meet held this fraternity league; the boom has also 1 =2 0. D MOR ILLOIE
year at Minneapolis, Captain Briggs hit the class league. To date 242= 17 Nickels Arcade. Phone 6615NOCE
was the only Michigan runner to teams have been enrolled in tis sec- Dae:L .Sih2 ooaI ito
place among te frt 5me. C( dIton As, it now sans a t east 3=Er yTpw trIc ui
Hornberger came in in 16th place. gmes will be playedt in this division. iC22S hTpewptrs=c6-6676-9.
Hlornberger won an "M"' for cross- "Little Big Ten"~ teams formed by = OIE
country work last year and it i pro-I the freshman groups sponsredl by the Bsns oim
gable that hie and Haig Iskenderian, unimon are dividedl into two leagues.. _ WANTEDI torium
'27, Who has never before received anf The winners of each division will meet - maag
"M" will be given merit awards for for, the championship. This systpm 2 r WANTED-A student, a girl prefered,f and al
three year's of service. A definite an-1 calls for 21 games to be played includ-. 22 to do housework in exchange for( ally.I

5 II S C,
-Ouri Christmas greeting
tik( einow on display. Swift's
tore, 340 S. State St.,
67-9
aRental rateac on pianos and
S. University Music House.
67-68
SALES AND SERVICE
'e nlow having our regular
stmnas Sale on all used~t
11. S. Platt always has
optioiial values. If you are
ing for a car to drive I
e in it will pay you to
e inl and look our specials
ye a number of good low
nI cars among them, tour-
coupes, roadsters and s-
They are all in first
shape.
c-66-67-69
-Ne.w Victor Ortlophona
Is for Christmas. We pack
ipient. Schaberle & Son
House9. 110 So. Main. c tt.
fO4)NE in a F'ordl Sedan. Tis
0 tudloor modal, in fair on-
new Ipaint job, four brand
rtis, starter, heater, windi-
wiper, and other ccessories.
to buyer price, 100. Phone
:30-7:30 P. M. 166
M~AS GREETING CARDS
h~e selectedI now from our
assortmit and mailed at
Pe~rsonial printed orders
promplt at ten tion.
O). D). MORRII,
17 Nickels Arcade,
tionery & Typewriter Store
Open evenings.
c6 4-65-66-67-68-9
-We have a large selection
istmas trees, come downi and
ur pick early. Roy C. Berg,
Washington andl Division.
c-66-67-68-69
-Genuine Slingerland Tenor
;$34.00. University Music
67-68
KITING promptly and neatly
y experien ced! operators at
tte rates. 0. D. Morrill, 17
9Arcade.
cf4-65-66-67-68-69
-Candy. Everybody wil
ate as a gift. We have large
n to please every body. Be-
DunInuy see our line and our
Boxes of candy from 40c
). Cedar chest from 50c to
Silk lined basket from $1.00
0. Chinese bowl, very faincy,
$4.00 to $6.00. Candy toy
ibbon at best price. We mail.
nr fountain service and our
s. The Crest Choc. Shop
Main. St. 63-64-65-66-67-6869
y a full line of Scheafer Foun-
ens. City Pharmacy
66-67
-New Orthophone. Portable
las, $35.00. Schaeberle & Son
House, 110 So. Main c tf.
-Student Tailor Shop, 721 N.
city, across from Hill Audi-
1. Re-opened under new
Bement. Cleaning, pressing
tering. Ladies' work espec-
Phone 8040. c-tf

roma ouncement of this action will be ing the championship contest. 2= ro and bars. all 609 Second
made in a-few days. All gaines will be played in Water-j= 2- street. 67-68-69 NOTICE-
Iman gymnnasum after the holidays. _ uig hita Victor
COLUMBIA,- Mo.-Washington uni- Mnday, Wednesday, , nsaand TIhursday I=I21WANTED-Work drn hita your p
versity has broken athletic relations( nights have been selected as the play- 2I vacation by two students. Ask for House.
with the University of Missouri as the ing nights, and with over 500 hun- Mens- Bob. Phone 4994. 67-6-69
result of the refusal of Missouri toidmed tilts scheduled during the season, M an something here. It means -go rme ANN A
- I ANTED--Real go ruptplayer Works.
meet the Bears on the gridiron next at least 16 games will be played each=tojiorhsa.Pne71ad 653
year. of these nights. tooiorhsr.Pne71ad 653
_______________________________ifts of ithe dist ictie or er iffeentask for manatger. Keiths Red
~IL 1~~1Lf~Lv lirftI Jackets." 66-67-68 To see
'IIIE~ilillllllIIII~p1111111ilil9Nii1(I!@96Q11#Ii lilillllllilillllillllllliltlltcardcar to
1WANT ED-A fourteen or fifteen foot 6365 eve
"Iy' perhaps from those available at home.1 bo-sled.9 Inquire 106 Tappen Hall,
-0Tbtw A n TE D F rarol rs o1 ayandin 6- 7 Y e d. L
L It ~~~~~means avoidance of crowded stores- ATDPu aoest lyad e.L
IL = sing for two hours Xmas eve. Stu- I obtaine
110) C I r IC T app an Hlall, between 9 and 11 a. j Author
tels miuerush. ii.66-67 II. C. Smi
WANTED TO WORK-Man and wife
wxant work as porter and cooks. Box ~SUITS A
144 Michigan Daily. 65-66-67 onable
made.
W \ANTED-Nice room in private fai- ety of
- ily. Phone 21445. 65-66-67 special
- winter
WANTED STUDENTS to know that I
Posiby MurSa pays from $5 to $25 for old'
Posby o-121 E. ANN DIAL 4306
=-room - male=( tf
would ife aNOTICE-
~ouldof IFTS FORI.ME~NforgigtNe
pairof wol mwrap
-IYork will share expenses with any- Soe
lineCd sheep ski, one going there by machine. all
cl;11-wc IH Marcus 7027 between 5 and 6

-Victors and Yellow and Blue
records. Take one home for
phonograph. University Music
67-68
RBOR CARPET Cleaning
R~ugs, Shampooed. Phone
/ daily-tt
best of 50 lines clothing drop
1103 E. Washington. Phone
pings. $22 to $30. tf
BITERS, all nmkes, sold,
exchanged, cleaned,. repair-
,argest and best stock} to be
ed anywhere.
[ORRILL, 17 Nickels Arcade.
ized dealer: Phone 6615.
ith & Corona Typewriters, Inc.
c64-65-66-67-68-69
AND OVERCOATS-Very reas-
prices, tailored or ready,
We have a wonderful vari-
patterns. Repairing also a
lty. Beautiful fabrics for your
overe~.t. 0V
WILD THE TAYLOR
109 E. Washington
Phone 5069
c Wed.-Fral.-Sat.
-Take home a box of Gilbert's
lates for Christmas. We will
for mailing. Swift's Drug
340 S. State St.
c Wed.-Fri.-Su~n.

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