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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1926

THE MICHIGAN. DAILY

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1926 PACE SEVEN

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an e clln.aft an a d hei III f ll ~ f
"OCi" FIO T9fll wie rought down Oklahoma backs o u
wh++1 9 ,_o had evaded the rest of the se- I1I~f~ ~ !IL
O~ ~flL~ERIdE ndefense.aIn the third periodowL M
iot Pc aschigan pilot ended"'a possible'
r' ta dagerous forward pass. 1 A11 1i
statislics roeveal Itue greatness of 1;i, I ng lhog otu o i
Capftaiin Imity Friedman of flt, Michi-' -isnatog o pt i
guni eleven a tii o'i 1.111- eat in usua l tstiard, was inevertheless good j (Continuedl from page one)
hee y eysterd~lay at Ferry field be- enough to gain most of the 260 yards1 Pucklwartz, Substituting for Fri
tw(ecit the WlerincPres and the Okiaho-! negotiate(I via the aerial route, and1 man at q1ua8rter,. oIened a long pa
maAgis he was on the throwing end of tyro of ing attack in the last four mina
the four tosses which resulted direct-j to play. Greenwald faked a line bi
Th1on e icinleadrcarrta ied the1y into touchdowns. Three of his five (andl threw a 16 yard pass to Puc
b~l onfiv ocasonsfora ota gultkicks after touchdown passed between! wartz, who hugged the sidelines,c
W'i 22 yards for an average of more the posts andi over the bar. shaking off two tacklers, cut back

fumlbled the pass 'from cent er, but re ;~~r~s~~t ORi>\
covered 8alld spirted the left side. ofrG ____t
Ste field to carry the ball over thelu ft I F~~VOR lineforSthPlast oint,)grinI17d {

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Weoissing er (capt.)
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I-lemir~ckson I
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-Da vidsoin
Peri~ry
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Danford
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3 -X1'X 1,'F-8 teo rtuain
If You are aZ telehoneuirherc c di w tr 3
the \(- l r i, 1)th;l _r_ 1 m r \t'i,t . ,rir I ,S u y o m
\e EUP ill11 e charged. usar. ,
j~~~~es. ~ ~ ~ h Niligii(1) lii cihigain I )aitv r.5 sthe ihto__________________________
Po.elassify all xsanrt.; ncl, unonc.a;)ro'rira e ce
Ie. Oositerba3iain iugand to ree.rr 1, 1hl ibli iiabr:.~ ,
me. Thieenig 'lis coltumn closes at a311 - Mtate prced-1 vt~(
l~g. Palmeroli lg inietim t. fotiec f n errorust he FOR Sil f - ('herole t',i:'url tc} 920
-C ''i1O l1CASH RATES 1.s£da ]nee .
r+ g. Dewey Ten cents )? r reading line (ltine basis of soresSatr,deonaleie
five av erage V#)Vcls to) taelc eu) for onre or tto ireS, engl ine andl body firt ca
ir.t. Gabel insertions. ,tE'
L.e. jFlora Ninae cents per reading line for three or more $50.00. Dial 77:;4. 6
nr erti ins.
.q-1). Friedman (capt.) Cash classifieds received at the I )ailv otfie F) 1147011V ovaand case t. AIV;I
111. A.i l ler e P 3llt']lrsi lodit lr err .\i nyni 0 :treet. aioltelie itoafrsho
CONTRACT RATES as 0t° ).~',v(.iOa
r'.h. ich ISpecial :standard ized rates U ,en onlapp lica- ya 6"'aI .E
f h. VTyear. (all' !r54.

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('a 1 4 18.G-7-8
'WAT D--Yonga nTd haty n,
I1a loo ( P iio1 El)-t le at it tin a.]i
tita AtplyCan Huse suetwt
aNt i aTohus.udet cbifoiflers-
eticAd. 827sk. ri. Iewtal.35ia.

1. tanrfour yards each time11he.took
the DIIl. This averag.ewa made event
though on the two timles lie went
through the center of the line he failed
to gain because of the cornpIarative
'weakness of the Wolverine forward
wall.
In the second quarter Friedman tore
off his longest run when he retfurneti
Perry's kickoff 22 yards to the 35 yard
line,.lHe also ran lhack four of the
Oklahoma quarter back's 'kicks for a Coa f4 ad ,a vrg f m r
than 12 yardis. Under instructions he
ler~nttedh several of the high spirals
to fall to the ground lwbefore Pickingj
them up, but this was a matter of
cant ion on the part of the coaching
staff to avoidl unnecessary injuries.
On the defense Friedman is recog-

the center of the field and crossed
the 1line for a touchdown.
I On the kick forma ntioin for lt1, iextra

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IIfOUSE": )TEMBERSIIIP LISTS
NfUST 1 E READY 'TUESDAY
All organization membership
jlist for the Students' directory
jshould be handed in by 5 o'clock
Tuesdlay at the office on the see-
ond floor of the Press building.
In ordler that these lists may
jbe exactly accurate, it 'is sug-
gested that each house presidlent
make out his list today and post
it in -a conspicous place for the
members to verify. The lists
must be typewritten and ina-
a-phabetical order.

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poin aftr tochdon, 1ucklaz t. bsi)5itut itns-Greentwald for Mil- 4V 1
leitatrtuhowlukwrz1r, Oade for Gabel, Bahbcock for Rich, 1
*Grinnell for Pommerenning, kin-- for FO T T1-Automatic Pencils which we
O oStt me t'Davidson, Ileston fo .otrban, ;c-. sell at a low figure, 4.r to$1.0ta
IY ttenb ur , 40 14 Cy for Ra dnich, l tep for track, work as well and last as long eastthe
Nickerson for Oade, R~oden for Flora, I..bet. Rider's Pen Shop. (1
Rose for Grinnell, HI. Webber for Ga-
COLUMBUS, Oct. 2.-Ohio State de- bel, Nicholson for Dewey, Ho6ffman for I F YR1IE N'I'
feated Wittenberg today 40 to 14 inl RTicfr Nickerson for Palmeroli, M1Veese -i
the opening football game of the sea- for 14. Webber, Patterson for Radnichj State St. Phone .5767. 1-2
son in the Ohio stadium before 23,000 Kratz for MAeyers, Harrigall for.,Hes ; ROOM TO RENT-Single. 118, 12th
fans. The Wilce meni developed a ton, Nylan. for Oosterbaan, P. M1cClain: St. Phone 7845. 5-6-7
powerful attack in the first half and !for Bennett, Puckelwartz for Fried- ;FOR RENT-Single or double room.
the second team took the field. Wit- man, Babcock for Greenwald, Retdding 520} E. Ann St.V 5-6-7
tenberg; scored twice in the last qluar- for Danford, Squier for Nicholson, FOR. RENT--Dombie room, $2.50-. each]
ter. and time Ohio State first team was Touclhdowns-Mvolenda (3), Puckel- mxian, $4.00 single. Separate beds.
returned to check the onslaught. wartz, Oosterbaan, Greenwald. PointsjPon70.5-

j FORD Tourin.-, 4 now\ tires, good enl-

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g inle. Reatsonatble. 517 E. Jdsc
St. Dial 21588. 5-4-7 WNE)-lxeine coloredi cook
GRAPF' .JU ICE and ssweet cider. Call i le li osit ion with fraternity. Ex-
R. E1. Wagner. 'Telephone 95 34 or t)Cei t ini biscuit 'and pastry work.
22413. 4-5-6 D~ial 77*26. 5--7
FOR SALE --Ink is the life blood of; WANTEMI-Student to wheel itnvalid
yourFoutai Pe. Yu wll lwas-(to classes. Apply 727 So. State any
get the right kind at Rider's Pen time Saturday, Siunday or Tuesday.
Shop. W'e sell no ink substil ut es or 5-6-7
kinds which clog your pen and mnake
it useless. Your pen aninIcii spe- WANTE)-])oble dIecki beds wtih or
ciahlist . know;s. tf withfout mattress. 800 Lincoln.
FOR SALIE-Latest model Remin gtoni Phone 3986. 5-G
Portable types :tol rs. All mnakes of WANTE1l.I)--Oriental house boy to
reb~uilt typewritecis for sale or remit. Ii xhnef.bad'n
Phonte 3459 for prices and easy!ro.Cl 52 -
terms. C.o.(13______________________

FOR SAL;' --o ur S curin=;, starter, (tax:
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AUTHORS!
Don't hold that. Story or Play in your trunk w~aiting for
some Editor or Producer to knock at your door and ask you
Co let him read it. H-E NEVER HEARD OF YOU!
New ideas in Stories and Plays are in demand now
as never before.

MnIurer, Wittenberg fullback, madte the
feature run of the game,* a dlash of
62 yards for a tonthdown.

after touch(idcfn-Friedmrian (3),' Puck-
elwartz. 'Safety--Flora. Field goal=
Strack.

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FOR IRENT
FOR RENT-Suite, $8; (clou')Ie room,
$6 ;.one and a half blocks from cam-
p us. 612 Hill St. Phone 6637. j
6-7-8
FOR REN T-Two rooms, slingle or
.double; one-half block from r bus
line., 1507 Morton Aeve. 6-7-81
FOR, RENT--Pleasant front suite, al-
so front single room. 736 So. State.
Phone 21777. 4-5-6
ROOM for rent at 309 So. 12 h. One
half block from campus. Write c.1o
Dr. Stryker or call 9610. 4-5-6-7

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LOST-All desire to promote highly
colored pens, necessarily made of
celluloid, at a great sacrifice of sta-
-bility to attract the eye and assist
the advertising. Our penst are made,
almost without excep~tion of P'URE
VEGETABLE GUTM RUBBER, the
most st able material ever found for
fountain pens.. Rider's Pen Shop.

WA NTEM1-Stutd ents to sell fastest
selling life insurance on market.
Write to B. N. Garrod, 'Whittaker,
Michigan. "4-5-6
WANTfED-_-Roommat:e to share, large
front room. 1216 11'. University Aeve.
Reasonable. 4-5-6
WANTED- Students t o no~v that we
have a $5.00 pen which is unequalled
at the price. Call for Wahls new
$5.00 pen, any style of point and in
three colors Mlurd Rubber 1-lolders.

Let your stories or 'plays sell themselves.

They may

be worth thousands of dollars to ,you.
We have taut hundreds of authors on "Easy Street."
Why can5t we do the same {for you?
W'rite for Further Information.
The Rialto Service Bureau
229 West 42nd St. - - New York, N. Y.

Homebuilders
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Riader's Pen Shop. tf
NOTICE
NOTICE-TYPEWRITERS of all the
jleadinig makes, sold, rented, ex-
changed and repaired at prices con-
sistent with good quality' and work-
manship. Best service department
in Ann Arbor and one of the largest
in the State.
0. D.. M ORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
Phone 6615. Established 1908.
2-3-4-5-6
EXPERIENCED piano and pipe,organ
Jteacher. Emma Fisher Cross, for-
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