FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1927
CHANGES ARE MADE
IN BIG TN PROGRAM
THEIF MICHIGAN DFAIL Y
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All battery men men and other
candidates who were not on Ihe
baseball schedule last year will
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22 games arranged . This is six over
the required four-a-year.
The Hawkeye schedule calls for five
games in 1927 and 1928, and six games
in the jtwo following years.
Minnesota, which has experienced
difficulty in the past in getting con-
ference games, because of objection
by some coaches to the famous Min-
nesota shift, ranks with Chicago and
Ohio in having the next larges num-
ber of games-21.
Three other schools-Michigan, TI-
linois and Wisconsin-each will play
-20 games, Northwestern, Purdue and
Indiana have 19 games each on thelr
Announcement of the new 1927-30
schedule arrangement came at a time
when there appeared agitation favor-
ing a rotating schedule which would
determine !definitely each. year a con-
ference champion. Minnesota was one
of the strongest endorsers of the ro-
tating plan, but is understood now to
be ready to accept the four-year plan.
Abolition, at least until after 1930,
of the year-to-year scheduling which
has frequently proved troublesome,
was endorsed last November at a
meeting in Washington of presidents
of the Big Ten schools. Eight of the
university presidents, approved the
four-year schedule plan and requested
their athletic directors to draw up
such a schedule.
The new schedule, which yet must
be approved by faculty representatives
of the schools, was arranged at secret
meetings of the directors with Maj.,
John L. Griffith, commissioner of
athletics, last week.
The schedule follows:
1927-Northwestern, Chicago and
Illinois at home. Iowa and Michigan
1928-Michigan, Iowa and Indiana,
at home. Northwestern and Illinois
1929-Northwestern, , Illinois and
Iowa at home. Michigan and Indiana
1930-M-ichigan, Indiana and Wis-
consin at home. Northwestern and
1927-Indiana, Purdue, Michigan
and Wisconsin at home. Ohio and Il-
1928-Illinois, Purdue and Iowa at
home. Minnesota and Wiscbnsin
1929-Purdue, Wisconsin and Indi-
ana at home. Illinois and Michigan
1930-Illinois, Purdue, Minnesota
and Iowa at home. Wisconsin away.
1927-Michigan and Chicago at
home. Northwestern, Iowa and Ohio
1928-Ohio, Northwestern and In-
diana at home. Chicago and Michigan
1929-Chicago and Michigan at
home. Ohio, Northwestern and Iowa
1930-Ohio, Northwestern and Iowa
at home. Chicago and Michigan away.
1927-Michigan, Purdue and Iowa at
home. Minnesota and Chicagoaway.
1928-Minnesota and Chicago at
home. Purdue, Michigan and Iowa
1929-Northwestern, Iowa and Pur-
due at home. Minnesota and Chicago
1930-Minnesota and Chicago at
home. Ohio, Northwestern and Pur-
1927-Iowa and Wisconsin at home.
Indiana! and Michigan away.
1928-Indiana, Chicago and Purdue
at home. Wisconsin, Iowa and North-
1929-Indiana, Wisconsin and Mich-
an at home. Iowa and Northwest-
1930-Iowa, Northwestern and In-
diana at home. Michigan, Wisconsin
and Chicago away.
1927-Minnesota and Purdue at I
home . Chicago and Northwestern
1928-Northwestern at home. Pur-
due, Minnesota, Ohio and Illinois
1929-Purdue and Ohio State at
home. Northwestern, Minnesota and
1930-Northwestern and Iowa at
home. Purdue, Minnesota and Ohio
1927-Ohio and Illinois at home.
Minnesota ,Wisconsin and Northwest-
1928-Minnesota and Wisconsin at
home. Ohio, Michigan and Chicago
1929-Minnesota and Illinois at
home. Ohio, Wisconsin, Michigan and
1930-Purdue and Michigan at home.
Illinois, Minnesota, Chicago and Indi-
1927-Illinois, Indiana and Iowa at
home. Chicago and Purdue away.
1928--Chicago, Purdue and Minne-
;ota at home. Illinois and Indiana,
1929-Illinois, Indiana and Minne-
sota at home. Ohio and Wisconsin
please report for practice in Yost -" vV4 M
field house as soon as their ex-'
aminations are completed. Can-
r didates should bring their ownI
RAY FISHER, Coach. ---- ---- _____
3 LOST-Pail of glasses and small purse
- ----in glasses case, purchased from Hal-'
lers. Lost between Jacobsons and
1930-Indiana and Wisconsin at 543 S. Division Wednesday. Call
home. Iowa, Chicago and Michigan Ruth Banfield 5776. 91-92-93
LOST---Shell rimmed glasses in leath-
TORONTO.---Four National hockey er case. Name "Wni. Walter Opti-!
league teams are involved in a recent cian Cicero." Dial 9317. Bill Mfoul-
sale of players. New York Rangers, ton. 91-92-931
Toronto, Boston and Pittsburgh are ;----
the teams ahected. LOST-A jade and gold link bracelet
IF- on campus Wednesday. Finder callj
Sui'r~bA Yor the Michigain Daily. 6108. 91-92-93'
Answers to name Flop.
TIS FOR SALE-Five beautiful German
COLUM "Police" puppies, by imported sire.
CLOSE eligible to registration. Prices rea-,
A3 ,sonable. 429 So. Division. 91-92-93
TYPEWRITERS-All makes, sold,
rented, exchanged, cleaned, repair-
ed. Largest and best stock to be ob-
tained anywhere. O. D. MORRILL,
-- 17 Nickels Arcade. Authorized deal-
Sdits puppy. er: Phone 6615, L. C. Smith & Cor-
Scar on front ona Typewriters, Inc. tf
FOR RENT I.arge, r*' SIagle 1 ))::
for lady . ear campus. Iia: 701:.
FORt R ENTi ;:s' ,ion ally cci:-r:
lPleiny ho W2 or. ,):! \Vain.
FOR RENT - T a ons, m ireplace-,
suit e or single. 52o 14 'Ana. P one
7172. ~ - ,-.:
foot. Call Mrs. Cratsey. 8694. Re-I
LOST--A yellow, shaggy English,
sheep (log. Answers to name of
"Woolly." Please dial 5117. 90-91
FOR SALE-Fashion Park tux, size
37, excellent condition, very reason-
able, phone 8758. 89-90-91
FOR SALE-Man's fur
violin, typlewvrite . Dia
FOR RENT-Desirable single room,
warm, ligh' and pleasant. hot wa-
ter all the time. Pleasant surround-j
ings. Men. $4. Phone 22342.
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"In unity there is strength."
Let's get together
in the Chamber of Commerce.
Are united in saying that the 20% discount wall paper sale
we are giving through the month of January is one of the
finest values received for their money ever put on in the
city. We also have many remnants of papers in room lots
from 50c up that will be of interest to anyone in need of
good papers at one-third the original price.
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CORNW ELL COA L - COKE
K ntucky and West Virginia Coal
Solvay and Gas Coke
This business has been growing ever
since it was established. The secret--
"giving absolute satisfaction to our
customers." We believe it pays to do
business in a friendly way. If you
think so too, let's get together.
CORN WELL COAL - COKE
OFFICE, CORNWELL BLOCK
Phones, Office: 4551-4552 Yard Office: 5152
FOR RENT-One single and one ou-,
ble front room. Large. light, andi
comfortable. 527 Paclitrd. Nen
Monroe. Tel. 8994. 91-92'
FOR RENT-Two large front double
rooms. $3.50 each. Stearm heat. TwoG
blocks from Law Club. 55 S. 1)i-
vision. Phone 8072. 91-i2
FOR RENT-Large 7ouble room o- j
cupied by one student who desires
a room-mate or will rent to two
boys. Two blocks from the campus.
719 Arbor St. 91-92-931
FOR RENT-Share in a large double
room for graduate or business girl.
Reasonable price. 427 Hamilton
Place. Phone 5942. 91-92-93 1
FOR RENT -La ge warrm. front room.,
three windows, single 5.00, double,'
with sligle beds $7.50. Private fan:-
ily. No bther st udents. (i2-l S.Di -
vision. Phone 6451. 91-92-9,
FOR hENT-Suite in modern house,
room with large sleeping porch, 111
Forest. Phone 3909. 91-92-93
Ti'YPE WRITING i ad Miimri.-
ine p romly a nl nactly done
by experienced operators aI mnod-
era to rales. Tcses aad coil go
w(,rk a specialty for yeais. 0.
U). Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade. The
Typwriter and Station:ery S.ore, if
l>:eellent lymin. f-eading, no charge.
Wlocan give you cl'an. eore:u wO.'k
on short no ice. Corrections in
spelinpig and lni:anP Al .rk
l'e rant eed. tRider's i"0" Sboj'12 :5
S St. It
N 0Th?4' E
The Best in Photo frames at the low-
p51 )rices. All styles, swing, swivel,
ec. Leather frames. J. B.. Laun-
(lers, 306 S. State.
Ilfear Frtz -eisler'o new Ortliophonic
Victor Records. I xclusive Victor
artists. Shaeberlo & Son Musim
1louse, 110 So. Main. tf
NOTICE-35c Lunch, flnest Cht :cine
and American menus , including
soup, desert and drinks )(-% Varsity
Inn, 512 Williams Street.
)A NC4'IN G~
Academie Irancaise d elanse, Madam
Calliope Charisse, de i'Opera dl
Paris. Toe dance and lmallroom
dancig. Cours -lygienique pour
Dames. Studio 1054 S. Main street.
For information call 7997.
rooms, two single
and one doub
203 East Washington St.
A knocker never wins;, and a winner never knocks.
Join the Charhber of Commerce.
FOR RENT--Two light: housekeeping
rooms. Phone 9571. 91-92-93
FOR RENT--Suite, suitable for two
or three. Warm and nicely furnish-
ed. Rent reasonable. 213 N. Thayer
St. Dial 3229. 91-92-93
FOR RENT-Two furnished double
front rooms. 928 Oakland. 91
FOR RENT-Two light housekeeping.
rooms. All conveniences. Every-
thing furnished. 430 S. Fifth Ave.
tDial 9571. 90-91-92
ROOM FOR RENT-With or without
garage. Single or double. Walnut
furniture. 732 South Division.
FOR RENT-In modern house. Room
and sleeping porch, also double front
room. Price reasonable. No other
To fraternities and sororities we offer
a special financing plan. Three
school years to pay. Your old piano
accepted as the first payment.
Now is the time to save money and
have your new Grand Piano for .J-
Investigate this unusual opportunity
UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE
601 E. Wiliam St.
NOTICE-The Steinway Artist Piano
Tuner: Dial 6776. Victor Allmen-
dinger exclusive piano tuner for
Univ. School of Music. Not with
any music house.
Econiomical Trc.spprta lio
ost o Improvements an
Amazing Price Reductions
With its smartly paneled and beaded new Fisher
bodies-with its distinctive full crown one-piece fen
ders, bullet-type lamps and "fish tail" modeling-with
its AC Oil Filter, AC air cleaner, coincidental ignition
and steering lock, remote control door handles and
scores of other mechanical improvements, the Most
Beautiful Chevrolet is the finest low-priced car ever
presented the American public! And offered as it is
at such amazingly reduced prices, it constitutes the
greatest sensation of America's greatest industry!
Never before has any maker of quality cars provided
such beauty, such luxury and such modern design at
such low prices! Come in. See the Most Beautiful
Chevrolet-the outstanding triumph of the world's
largest and most successful builder of gearshift cars!
>,, Former Price $645
students in house. 1117 Forest Ave.8
Phone 3909. 90-91-92 NOTICE-Typing, thesis neatly and
FOR RENT-One large double room, quickly typed at popular prices.
or will rent single for next semes- Phone 7345. tf
ter. 613 Hill, one door off State. NOTICE
Phone 7003. 90-91-92 Special Bargains on new and used in-
struments. Schaeberle & Son Mu-
FOR RENT-Man student in first floor sic House. tf
room wants room-mate. Phone 9461. ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
90-91-92 Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
FOR RENT-One garage on 225 South 6513. daily-t
Thayer, and garage at 1330 Wilmot. TO SEE best of 50 lines clothing drop
Call 4261 before 10 A. M. 90-91-92 card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
FOR RENT-Single room. Large and 6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tf
comfortable. 123 Cross. Phone ! TYPEWITER RIBBONS AND
5462. 90-91-92 CARBONS
FOur rapid turnover insures a fresh
FOR RENT-Large rooms for men, stock and you secure the best qutal-
S arranged in suites of two rooms. ity at a moderate price. 0. D. MOR-
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The Touring Car
Price includes alloon tires and'
steel disc wheels. Former price
$535 with balloon tires only,
Price includes balloon tires and
steelldisc wheels. Former price
$535 with balloon tire. only.
Former price $735
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Forier Price $645
Former price $765
The Sport Cabriolet
rely new modd
with rumble seat
Pric rasonabe Cali i221 S tn
FOR RENT-516 Cheever Court, large,
clean, front suite, behind Mich. Un-
ion. Phone 7073. 89-90-911
FOR RENT--Single room, for men.
425 So. Division. Phone 22352. Also
a suite and a vacancy in a suite.
FOR RENT-Room and suite at rea-
sonable rates. Good house, 628.
FOR RENT-Nice clean single room
in new house, new furniture. Phone
FOR RENT-A single room for rent.
Boys. Phone 6623. 88-89-90-91-92-93
FOR RENT-Rooms at Fletcher Hall
for men. $3.60 a week. Fireproof
building, shower baths, hot and
cold water in each room, steam heat,
maid service and excellent dining
service at reasonable rates. Phone
9023, 915 Sybil St.
operator, male or female, full time
position. 0. D. Morrell. 17 Nickels
WANTED-Regular or regular assist-
ant pharmacist. Part time in drug
store. Capow Drug Co. 213 S.
WANTED-J-Hop ticket. Phone Van
HELP WANTED-Student with car.
Two hours evening work, five nights
a week.. Good pay.. Call at 529
Walnut after 6 tonight or Saturday.
WANTED-Hammond typewriter, with
variable spacing. Box 157. 89-90-91
WANTED-We typewrite theses, etc.
RILL, 17 Nickels Arcade, Phone
6615. Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
Typewriters, Inc. tP
The first time ever offered in Ann
A genuine half price sale of standard
sheet music, Books, Colections,
Studies, etc., for
Hundreds of miniature scores at one
half price their regular price.
UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE
601 E. William St.
DANCING Every Saturday night, Dix-
bora. , 5 miles out Broadway on
new Plymouth paved road. fri-sat-tf-
Trojanowski's Barber Shop has sat-
isfied Students for 40 years.
NOTICE-Swift Drug Store for Sheaf-
fer, Conklin, Moore and Wahl pens.
We do fountain pen repairing.
Victor Red Seal Record sale. Three
for the price of one. All the artists.
Large selection. University Music
SUITS AND OVERCOATS-Very reas-
onable prices, tailored or ready-
made. We have a wonderful vari-
ety of patterne. Repairing also a
specialty. beautiful fabrics for your
WILD THE TAYLOR
109 E. Washington
I-Ton Truck $495
(Chasis Only). "495
Balloon Tires Now Standard Equipment On All Models.. All prices f.o.b. Flint, Mich,
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