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SXiCTCAPACTV COWD le(; r ton 'Iris servicesnet;e
Fue! h front.a Ih' nu1ltrinp ii nhe
+A(Spefial to The Daiily.) twOSf , Cobb cailled 01oi oie Yv ue,,
IN;IN-,.A\ PO1.1,Nov. 2. -T'his week- jBnagrof th belt ti(,-5, ami0'(-
en fllwill seIIi1l51acompleting its ;red fori"anliot1101 alsy oh I i iS
three-year' coiilt:'aCt. with Nol i(oIDance t, u I m fi;.I,.'lt
r itt (.hn 1Dr. S vr.: s' fighting team tmeets Ihiiislai's cuIlIfll (t eiter
1a t ock]1(e 'intlents t Notreo Dame,. nx ont lie ith thle lp!ijli(el.li
It 'will he the firot timne a Minnesota A33ericans a By lo ,-or.
t eam has!, ever played on the N otre I was said that Cobb's cont ract;
ONXFOI-l.11. Iau,-h 1of Alabama
IETllLET. .M- New Bedford is!
ufl~esi Y efat0(1Arhu Ilves iileading the American soccer league
a ma ebbet eenOxford golf'ers and with 10 victories and 2 deCfeat..
l'lt ihurofessuonls recenitly.
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HOi~ i ME OF E E''~AII(
Th~e iye rTuxedos this Fall is th
K loec ~ hnging suck eff ec~ coats
,vii a loll" soft rolling lapel down to
ELI '.on whichis, cevecn xwith top of pockets.
f rct}s lei gt 7T/z inches from boi toi
rvx. ui 11CI i'O I oosing'
]lEERIENCED hbarberto ~tkeren
I) patients. Apply Dept. ot, Nursing:
Office, [Univ. lo'spitall. 38,3,91!, !t!
WA'N1i)-TPicket for, New Yor
Tb ati!e uild Production, Nov. '24.
(%11llIUniv. 166, or eeigDa
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WA_'NTl'EI)- Students tickets for ("]Ii-
cigo gme. Phone 7076. 39
LOST-Grold Elgini wrist watich. Silver
nta:lic strap. Renard. Call Bld-
wi 5617. 3"", 19
D'anie home, fld, but the sec1ond 1time
tLth Gophers have had to invade In-
diana. Ilis faill. Results of the first;
llln in invasion were not so bright.
;Mi ln, I ta';;games against Notrye
]I.alle in the past two years have been
t wo of the mnost thrilling ini all Minne-
Ssota football history, although each
has1 resulted in the same way, three
touichdowns for the Irish to onll(Ofor
Illiuesota. This year both univer-
-iis have belter teafis than those
that mset in 1926. Miimresota's im-
provement over 1926 will have to be
very much gre ater thain Notre Danme's
if the Northmen are to come out on
top, for Notre D)ame was better than
wthe Gophier a year ago.
(rdtiroit Experts to Attend.
N* Naional football followers say that
the gatie Saturday will attract the
greatest array of football' experts,
"by-line" writers andl all-American
pickers that will be gathered togeth-
e r this week. They an the thousands
of others have already !cen all of the
30,000 seats available in the Indiana
.M:Vinnesota will have to (lepaend on
its ends and tackles to win agaiinst the
Trish, for it is to be doubted that even
Collins and Nicunic can go through the
C ophler line to victory. Each year
the s;peedy Notre Dame backs IDahmian
anzd Flanagan, have been able to
sweep around opposing teams, which
does not mean only Minnesota, and
Itocflnie LTses Slraiegy
Rockne starts these plays at unex-
pected times, his favorite: strategy 1)e-
yinia to run the ends froml the middle
of the fields, or. from points well back
ins his own territory, from which scor-
ing Iplays aire not looked for., If the
Gopher forwards can run these two
*w ingmen to the sidelines Minnesota
wvill have an outside chance to winl.
Ph armor and Barnhart, Minnesota's
injured1 backs, are making only a slow
recovery. This leaves the Gophers
without a kicker.. To date Minnesota
dhas scored 52 more points than aniy
oither Western Conference team, Illi-
(nois, with 110 being next highest to
the Northmen's 162.
last Season (called ifor :50,000 and a
b)o1111s. Alaekfurt her said Ehat thev
At heltics wou]d askill 11the (ot 11,.i
cl ub; for waivxe1s, and vw lienIt he ;-are
receive~ld (Cobb XY, il be !given his c nd t on l ui-:,
Cobb would m akenio definite sta,!e-
ncut a(bol 1~ret in ug froni baseal
lHe relmarke das Ihe has sid h1? 1 ',,
that lhe 1h.s beenilli the g.olne 1for 2
years and is thinkcing; of theI time wxhenl
lie Should retire'.
The famou s baill~iaer was ; a.-
compa nied lby Ihis xvi i'eaadwill leave
tomorrow for August a, Georg)ia by
PARIS-Ilenri Cochet. w(i the .All
Saints D~ay tennis cup by defeat inn.
HOTE'LSAGE, .Detroit, .Mich.
1537 Center St. Around the corner
shopping distric'.: Quiet place foir
r(eIitned peopile. All outsjdle rooms.
Single, $1.50; do=,!)lea, $2. Private'
bth : Sinlgla, $1 .50 and $2; double.
NOTICE---lWe deliver between the
lieumrs of 9:130 and 11:20 1)pin. PromI pt
Deolivery. Barbecue Inn. P'hone 4481.
SPECIAL bus to Chicago game. Leav-
ing Friday night, Round trip, $7.75.
Ca ll Jim Glarrad, 3818. 39, 40
TI-IIE next best thing to being at the
M ai('ligan-Chicago) game is to see it
.the Gridgraph. Every play and
pittyer showni. Saturday, at 2:15.
\O'IJCE- Dont miss th Michigan-
Chicago game. Gridgraph shows
every p~lay. Doors openI at 2 :15.
GI~l iC RAPI-I will show the historic
Mi ehigaui-Chiica go gamne, Saturday,
I at 2:15.
MI4IO ILpeople lhol l ' e from ilng
moure loss of xegmfo xie
Illent at t1he (lridgranh i tan anyv
place in town i. 1 )()]'i li 51le M
igan-Cliicago gamethreSt rdy
FOR EEN T
Poll I"IN'l' -Clnl:e furnishe"d
h1toe niCe O atOio n ; renit rean-
37, 88, 39
1,PORl 1l]NT-- icely fiurn]ished sunnlily
room. 'T'eacl ers. graduate students,
nlurses, ofi1 businless mld e!;. Quiet
house. St earn healt. D ia! ,,-;44. 422
E. Washlington. 89, 40,,.41, 42
FRIr-Iarerojoining; locat ed onl bus1 linle;
garage. Very reasonable. 1120 Lin-
coln. P'hone 5862. 3 9, 40, 41
LOAST-Person who took tan topcoat,
from Congregational Church S:,l-
ur day night p~lease return to 41t
Thompson. 88, 39
1,0ST f--A pair of shell-rimmed
glasses in case. On or necar Campus.
Findler lplease call 3206. 38, 3
LOST-Oii Michigan Central traini to
Detroit on morning of October 29: a
black leather notebook, containing,
outlines of history, rhetoric,,atlh,
and Latin lectures. Rewvard for no.-
turn or for information leading to
recovery. F. E. Cooper, 1335 East
Jefferson. Phone 21955. 37, 38, l89
LOST-Cameo Brooch on~ Nov. 1, $5.00
voward. Call 5043 or 1330 Volland.
39, 40 41
LOST-Dark grey topcoat. Please re-
turn to 1315 Washtenaw. Phone
9137. 39, 40, 41
l11C EI1IAN E IS
PRIVATE LESSONS in Gernmin and
.'French. Address .,G. Moskoilia a:,
P. O.,Box 272, Ann Arbor.
36, '37, 38, 39, 40, 41
FOR 'SA LE
EVENING Gown, Chiffon,
Worn once. D)ial, 9710.
WAT 1' ive, tic-kets for
~a nc.Nee not be tmgether.
.i .l. 7:1 46 eddeS Avenue.
619 1E. William St.
Ann Arbor. Mich.
I lEl most thrilling woy to see the jWAANTEI)---A 1927 Alichmi >fthensian, in
Mi chigan-Chicago gamtte is at the good condition. Herbert Go01ldberg,
(rynidgraph, Satiuday, 2: 15. 0581, bet xx- eon ( and 7 h. ini. 3, i9
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Evening Attire For Men
A "light." On Formal Wear
with one or 2 studs
Ties and jewelry.
In our formal attire you'll find that same quality of cor-
rectness ;n whatever you seek' to purchase. Smartness in
formalities are being offered at Informal Prices.
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Milcign v.ohicagoNv be5
nihsiChcg.Htlcomo datc b, even
Meals. Bus Service to the game. Round trip fare-I
Special CollegiaIn Busses will leave from in front of'
the Michigan Union~ at 5 o'clock, steppin~g at South
Bend for dinnr a,-.. OLe ver Hotel. Arriving in Chi-,
cago early &a'.-rday morning at the Cooper-Carlton
Hotel, Hyde. Park Blvd., at 53rd St., only six blocks
from Stagg Field. Returning to Ann Arbor Sunday
The Mans Shop
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As Seen on te Avenue
Right now would be
a good time to drop
in and look over our
line of suits for win-
ter vvear. The selec-
tion includes grays,
Come in and look
around with the as-
surance that you can
look without being-
asked to buy. We in-
vrite your irspection
we are sure
we can show you
what you may desire.
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