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October 08, 1927 - Image 7

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Cch ijoke felves 1Wisconsin lays Combs, cf. ..
To T1,,,, Of F'reshmnen Koenig, ss.
Coach Edwin M'ather has ordered 11 Ruth, rf.
members of the freshmen football Gehrig, lb.
team to report to Coach Harry Kipke Meusel, If...
daily from now until the Wisconsin Lazzeri, 2b.
gawme next weepk so that they .can Dugan, 3b...
learn the Wisconsin plays and aid in Grabowski, c.
perfecting the Wolverine defense' for Pennock, p....
the Badge contest. *Durst ......
Coach Kipke scouted the Wisconsin- Bengough, e..
Cornell contest Saturday at Madison
and reports that'the. Badgers look Totals..
stronger than they did last year. He JPittsb
wvill also, witness the Cardinal team
in its second contest of the season L. Waner, cf.
with Kansas university Saturday at- Rhyne, 2b.
Lawrence, Kansas. P. Waner, rf., .
The Kansas team, is coached by Wright, ss. ..
Franklin Cappon, '23, who established Traynor, 3b).,.
an enviable record as football and Barnhart, If..
basketball player on Wolverine teams Harris, lb.
and after grac~ution .served as as- Spencer, c....
sistant backfield coach of Michigan Gooch, c.
teams ifor two seasons. Harold Steele, Meadows, p.
'24, the Kansas line coach, is another 'Cvrengros, p. .
former Michigan football star. **Groh...
Coach Glen Thistlewaite of the Wis-.
consin team is assisted by Irwin Uter- Totals
ltz, '23, who formerly starred with *Batted for
TKipke and Cappon., **Batted fort

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To Play 22nd Game'GLUM
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failed to score on only two occasionsAD ERT SIN AT 3 K~M
while State has been held scoreless -~

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1902.... .Mich.. .119
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I1908... .Mich... 6
I1911 .. . .Mich... 15
11912... .Mich... 1
I19123.. . .Mich... 55
11... .Mich... 3
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1917 .. '. Mich...' 27
1918. . Mich... 21
1919...,.Mich... 26
1920 ... .Mich..: 35
1921...- Mch.30
1922..Mich... 63.
I1923.... .Mich... 37
1924.... .Mich... 7
1925.. . Mich... 39
1926:... .Mich... 55

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NOTICE-The Whitney Cafe is now
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from 6 a. in. to 12 p. mn. C. I. Brown,
P~roprietor. 17
NOTICE-Emma Fischer Cross, teach-
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ly on the faculty of School of Music.
Extensive study abroad. 610 E.
Liberty. Apt. 8. Phone 3566 or 21104.

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room housr-keeping apts. Rent part
services. Dial 8001.
12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17
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12,%13, 14
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15-1 6-17-18
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Phone 7034. 15, 16, 17

GOOD UPR2.GH~T PIAN\O for sale or
trade for car. Call at 220 Vir-
ginia. 15, 16, 17
FOR SALE-4-tub: Crosley radio, $15.
Call 8552.
FOR SALE-Remington portable type-
writer. In perfect condition. $50
cash.' Dial 21564 or call at 1502
Geddes avenue. 15-16-1;
WXANTED-Salesmen to sell arnmbands
and peg nantis- at football games.
Call 5964. 17, 18, 19, 20
COLORED MAN wishes, position as
cook in fraternity. Detroit and Ann
Arbor references. Call H. DickersonI
for information, ,5517. 17, 18, 195
WANTED-Student's and family wash-
ings. Dial 8794. 17, 18
WANTED-A triple deck bed in good
condition. Call 742.9. 17
LAUNDRY-Satisfaction guaranteed.
Dial ,7485. 15, 16, 17
WANTED-Part t Ii m e automobile
salesman. Meva with experience in
selling preterred. Prospects furn-
fished. Salary 'and Commission.'
Hudson Sal~s Ad Service 310 E.
Washington.

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