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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

nOT. [rEast Leads Country
In Unbeaten Teams
BOLEM E EEVSaturday's games t'educed the field

SONS OP FORMER GRID STARS MAY PERFORM ANNAPOLIS, MD. - The Naval BOSTON-Red Stuart ad Billy
nGAINST UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT YEARLINGS Academy soccer t am d eated th Coutu have been traded to the Minne-
SUniversity ofPenn ylvania by 1apolis club o( the eetrl hockey
0 leagune by the floston Bruins.

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Adv

If Manlius academy plays Universi- and Frank O'Neill, Jr., son of the
ty of Introit freshmen in an exhibi- great Buck O'Neill who attained all- ~

tGa,6ut aJ'y IL14 1.J 1l W'l 4.4.laa. X1. liana A. a

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Purple lolpe To Break Jinx And Enter
('onference Wi1 Column By
Victory At Purdue
STAR FULLBACK T0, PLAY
(Special to The Daily)
EVANSTON, Ill., Nov. 1-Northwes-
tern's grid team, smarting under twoy
successive defeats, will make a de-
termined effort to break back into the
win column this week and win against
Purdue at Lafayette. The Wildcats
feel tlat the jinx which has been
hovering over their lair for several
weel a has been at last removed ands
that with their full strength available
they s'hould be ready for the Boiler-
makers.
That Coach Phelan's proteges will
be a sturdy foe is not being overlook-
ed here. The Boilermakers have al-
ways been a formidable opponent and
with their best team in years they
can be counted upon to put up a
staunch fight. The Hoosiers will pit
Wilcox, Koransky and Welch against
Lewis, Gustafson and Holmer in their
bid for a victory. Enthused over their
victory over Montana State plus the
added advantage of playing before a
homecoming crowd, the Boilermakers
can be considered favorites in the'
forthcoming clash.
'Nfust Strengthen Defense
Determined efforts to bolster the de-
fensive play of the team are being-
made by Coach Hanley and his aides'
this week. The offensive worked
smoothly, scoring three touchdowns
against Missouri but lack of coordina-
tion between the backs and the line
on defensive play permitted the Tig-
ers to count frequently.-
The return of Lewis to the lineup
is expected to strengthen the ;eleven'
both offensively and defensively. The
big fellow was on the sidelines Sat-
urday with a badly wrenched ankle.
It is doubtful whether Fisher, end,
and Karstens, tackle, will be able to
get into the lineup against Purdue.
Considerable satisfaction was ex-
pressed over the playing of Welt Ilol-
mer, former halfback who was shift-
ed to fullback in the absence of Lew-
Is. The Moline, Ill., boy who is play-
ing his second year on the team
registered two touchdowns and was
instrumental in most of the gains all
afternoon. His five punts averaged 41
yards despite the fact that one ,was
blocked.
NEW YORK-Peter DePaolo has
been declared winner of the A.A.A.
speed championship of 1927.
ATLANTA-Fire recently destroyed,
all of the football equipment at Geor-
gia Tech.

of unbeaten and untied major teams
from coast 1o coast to six, three in
the East, one in the Middle West,
and two in the South. None of the
far Western teams can boast untied
I records although several are still un-
beaten. ..I
In the East Princeton, Washington'
and Jefferson and Pittsburgh remaint
in the select class, but all three face.
formidable rivals before their sched-
ules are completed. Saturday will
witness a lessening in the eastern
ranks as Washington and Jefferson
meets Pittsburgh. Ohio State will at-
tempt to spoil th.e Tigers perfect rec-
ord in an imporant intersectional con-
test Saturday.
The Middle West contributes only
one team, Notre Dame, to the list of
untied and unbeaten teams. The
Rocknemen boast victories ever Coe.j
Detroit, Indiana, Navy, and Georgia
Tech, but face the strenuous task of
meeting Minnesota and Army on suc-
cessive, S'aturdays. te h
The contributions of tho South are
Tennessee and Georgia, Georgia
Tech's chief opponents for Southern
honors. Georgia is the more formida-
ble of the two by virtue of her vic-
tory over Tulane, 31 to 0.

tion foot ball game Tllanksgiving Day American honors while playing at
in lDet i'it according to the terms of WAillams college.
pending arrangements, Detroit grid Bringing the M anlius team to De-
followers will have an opportunity to troit will be the result of the efforts'
witness the s015 of Willie Heston and of .Judge ijeston, whose oldest son,
Fielding I. Yost in fction. William, is the star of the Manlius!
The Manlius squad includes Bill aggregation this season. Young ies-
and JTack leston, sons of the famous ton won all-State honors two years
Willie Hteston of Michigan's point-a- ago while playing halfback as a
minute team; Fielding T. Yost, Jr., member of the Detroit Northwestern
son of the Veteran Wolverine coach; grid team.

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For the convenience of those men who are not
yet ready to purchase a tuxedo we have a com-
p ete line of sizes which may be rented for an

evening or longer.

flation anStititutn Pram Coast to astI
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from Capitol Theael-r. D'vnt
shopping district. Quiet place
relinewd people. All outside rou
Single, $1.50; double, $2. 'riv
bath: Single, $1.50 and $2; doul
$2.50.
(1TIC1ES.
NOTICE-We deliver between
hours of 9:30 and 11:30 pm. Pro
Delivery. Barbecue Inn. Phone 4
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ON FOR D UNIVERSITY PRESS-
1I, L in-se will be ad to disc
any publications of the Oxford I
versity Press and the Claren
p"ess with an"y student or M
of the faculty at Wahr's State Sti
bookstore, daily until Saturd
November 5th, from 4 to 6 p. n
37,
GIRL'S ATTENTION!
Special Manicure, 45c.
Raggedy AnneBeauty Shop,
Side entrance at The Den.
FOR SAVE
FOR SALE-Society Brand Tnx<
Size 38. 3Piece. A-1 condit
Price $25. Dial 8889. 37,
FOR SALE-9 pants drak blue Ra
ham suit. Size 38; originally pri
at $45; now for $15. Call 4710 e
nings..109 No. Ingalls. 37
FOR eJNT
FOR RENT-Completely furnis
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WfiAIDTE D
WANTED-Five tickets for N
game. Need, not be together. Ph
9589. 1346 Geddes Avenue.
38, 39
WANTED-A 1927 Michiganensian
good condition. Herbert Goldb
6581, between 6 and 7 p. m. 38
EXPERIENCED barber to take c
of patients. Apply I)ept. of Nur
Office, Univ. Hospital. 38, 39
LOST
LOST-Gold Elgin wrist watch. Si
metalic strap. Reward. Call B
win 5617. 38
LOST--Person who took tan top
from Con.regat ideal Church
rdayf night please return to
Thompson. 38
LOST-A pair of shell-rim
glasses in case. On or near Cam'
Finder please call 3206.e 3C
LOST--On Michigan Central trait
Detroit on morning of October 2
black leather notebook, contai
cbutline- of history, rhetoric, m
and Latin lectures. Reward for
turn or for information leading
recovery. F. E. Cooper, 335 1
Jefferson. Phone 21955. 37, 38
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Scotch

grain leather. Daisy mark-
ings prove that the hide is
genuine Scot's grain. That
the leather has been rolled
in ye olde Caledonian style,
not stamped in the fashion
so popular around Brockton,
Mass. (This proves the old
song; "Daisies won't tell" is
all wrong.)
Fyfe's line of Scotch shoes
are all daisy marked, for
most of the hides are tanned
in Glasgow town. The shoes
have lines too that would do
credit to Bobby Burns Style

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*If any Duofold Pen shoul
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send it to Parker with 14c for re
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we'll make it good free.
Mandarin Yellow with sma,
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