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,WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1926'

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Yearligs Given Resignation Tvurned
Strenuous DrilliIn By Badger, Coachi
Backfield and end candidates for the j After arranging the hardest basket-
freshman football squad were given 1 ball schedule ever listed by a Wiscon-
their first taste of heavy wor~kouts, sin :team, for thc 1926-27 season,
last night when CoachJjE. J.. Mather' Coach Walter E. Meanwell has de-
had then run punts back all after- sided to resign as mentor of the cage,
noon. Coaches Keen and HIyarnskept, squad, because of a reported argument
their linemnen on light workouts dur- with Director George Little.
ing the first prt -of the afternoon and Coach Meanwell came to Wisconsin
had themnlout on head guards and in 1911, and with the exception of a
shoulder pads for an hour at the end two year p~eriod from 1916 to 1913,
of the practice session. when he assumed control of the Ui-

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classify all . titics adts Umder tlqropriacLre adt-3
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IFOUND-Automatic Pencils which we tf
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apartment, suitable for business orI
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ROOM for rent at 209 So. 12th. One
half block from campus. Write cl~o
Dr. Stryker or call 9610. 7-8-9
TWO :pleasant double rooms forn men
students. Can be used as single.
422 Hill1 St. Phone 3254. 7-8-9
CAMPUS-311 E. Huron. Pleasant
room for one or two, first floor,
private entrance. Call after 4:30.
7-8-9
FOR RENT-Suite, $8; double room,
$6; onle and a half blocks from cam-'
pus. 612 Hill St. Phone 6637.
6-7-8
FOR RENT-Two rooms, single or,
double; one-half block from buts
line. .1507 Morton Ave.. 6-7-5
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-'Bookcase . Call at D~r. R.
IG. MacKenzie's on West Liberty on
Wednesday. 8
FOR SALE-1923 Ford roadster. A-1
mechanical condition. Will sell
cheap. Dial 3944. 331. Thompson.
8-9
FOR SALE-Scotch Terrier pups.
Pedigreed. Sire owned by IDr. C. C.
Little; mother from fine imported
stock. Call 9771 evenings. 7-8-91
A GOOD Ford Sedan, in best condi-
tion; will sell cheap. Dial 9468.
I- 7 8
CORONA TYPEWRITER; good condi-
tion,' $35: Dial 4084. 7-8-9
FOR SALE-Ink is the life bloodi of
your Fountain Pen. You will always
get the right kind at Rider's Pen
Shop. We sell no ink substitutes or
kinds which clog your pen and .make
it useless. Your pen and ink spe-
cialist knows. tf
LOST
LOST-Alpha Phil Alpha fraternity pin
on campus or in Law Building. Re-
ward. Carter, 210 Glen Ave. 8
LOST-A pearl studded U. of MV. pen,
Sunday night. Finder Dial 4624.
8-9-10

WANTED - Roommate, comfortable
room. 628 Packard. Rent reason-
able. Phone 9289. 8-9-10
WANTED-Studenut capable of selling
a high class smoking stand to fra-
t t iti-ni.lo Priced ri ght--prdfit lib-
' ral No itnvest mciii. 'If you can
sell and want to make some money
!see Mr. Boyle, Hotel Whitney, to-
day.8
WANTEDI--Students to hear our latest.
record, My Cutey's Due at Trwo to
Twxo Today, played by The "Little
Ramblers. Alimendinger's Music
Shop. 305 Maynard. 8
WANTED-By A-I colored chef and
wife, fraternity or club, strictly tem-
perance. C. F.\Jmbry, 121 East Ann
St. Phone 4548. 8-9-10-11-12-13
WANTED-Wide awake students to
sell at foot ball games. For partic-
ulars call 6455 between 12 and 1 or
after 6 P. M. 8-9-10
WANTED-Garage to rent. On or near
South University. Call University
150-J. .8-9
WANTED-Student and family laun-
dry. Phone 8694. 7-8-9
WANTED-A roommate to share a
double' room at 509 S. Division, 3
blocks from campus. Very reason-
able rent. Call 4531. 7-8

WANTED-Two college women at
F~oster's Tea Room. Apply at once.
HELP WANTED-Male architectural
draftsman. Can use student with
satisfactory hours. Must be experi-
enced. _ 327 E. Huron. Dial- 3513.
6-.7-8
WANTED-Young and healthy men
weightng 150 pounds or .more to act
as blood donors at University Hos-
p~ital. Apply at Mouse Physician's
Office. , 6-7-8
WANTED-Students to know that we
have at $5.00 pen -which is unequalled
at the price. Call for Wahls new
$5.00 pen, any style of point and in
three col'ors hard Rubber Holders.
Rider's Pen Shop. tt
'NOTICE
NOTICE-Mell Gillespie, Teacher and
Soloist; thirty years experience;
banjos, mandolin, guitar and chord
construction. Dial 4757.
1 ~8 to 30 inel eod
SINGING LESSONS given by' experi-
enced singer. Call Mr. Susumago at
d ial 7103. 7-8-9-10-11-12

LOST-Phi Mu Delta fraternity pin.
Finder please call Phi Mu Delta
house. Reward. Phone 21917.
8-9-10
LOST-~Druid pin. Finder please call
4917. 1 8-9-10

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