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NEStAY'l NOVEMBER 16, 1927

THE M-CHYIGAM DAILY

PAPCE SEVEN.

Pfl'gI POlINTS TEAM, MICHIGAN END,
FRUHINDIANA CONTEST

1NEW YORK-
"Bullet" lBaker,
sasare out of

"Red" Grange and NEW YORK-Red Grange, Yankee!
Yankee backfield backfield ace, has retired to a local
the lineup with in- hospital to recover from, a recent leg
injury.

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THIS L A"SS.1 FIE TO
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CLOSES CLOS E
AT3 P.M. ADVEktTISING AT,3 P.1 .

jCLOTHING salesmann wanteil, Full
time or part time. Mlust be experi-
enced. Apply at once. Sair, 200 N.
IMin il St. 50, 51l, 52, 53i

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lin IAPng Rivalry That Bales
FrmllF.irst (aiie I~n 1x9~1
LEON HUTJTON NOT TO PLAY
(Spe~cial to The D l~ily)
LAFAY ETTE, Nov. 15 -- Indiana-
Purdue. football games have come and
gone sincec to first contest was play-
ed back in the early nineties, but
never hias such, a c'on~test aroused
the interest of this town and campus
as the approaching game Saturday at
Bloomington.
While Jimmy Phelan puts his Boil-
ermaker squad through the hardest
lractice sessions of the year. behind
locked gates, football conversation is
(loninating all others. So great is the
interest that there seems little doubt
but that the greatest crowd which
hits ever followed a Purdue eleven to
a foreign field will be on hand in'
the Memorial stadium next Saturday.
Plan Send~off For 'Team
While an informal pep session is
hald every time a group, of fans geti
together Pere, the biggest affair of
th~je year is set for next Thursday'
evening, when the student body and
thousands of townspeople will gather
around a huge bonfire on Stuart field
in an enthusiastic pep program. Thel
sendoff of the team Friday morning,l
when it leaves on a special train, is,
expected to surpass, the one given the
squad when it left for the Harvard
encounter, early in the season.
Leon lutton, Purdue's star. end,
will not .be: able to play because of
an injury suffered in scrimmage last
week. Iluttlqn dislocated his shoulder
at Chicago, but was coming back into
shape rapiidly when the scrimmage
injury djefitjly placed him on the
bench for the remainder of the year.
LANSINC-?Michigan State college
defeatedAlbion 20 to 6.

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NOTICES.
NOTICE-We deliver between the
hours of 9:30 and 11:30 p mn. Prompt
Delivery. Barbecue Inn. Phone 4481.
20 100
NOTICE-Will exchange a good tenor
Ibanjo for cornet or alto horn. D)ial
I6832. Claude. 49, 50, 51
FOR RENT
SUTITES for women. Kitchen on same
floor for use. 513 East Jefferson
St. 49, 50, 51
FOR SALE
LAIDIES' fur coats. Salesmen's
samples, $59. $79 and $99. Univer-
sity Shops, Inc., Michigan Theatre
Bdg., 2nd floor. 56
FUR CCOATS-Men's black fur coats.
Salesman's samples, $29 and $39.
University Shops, Inc., Michigan
Theatre Bldg. 2nd floor. 50
TRUTNKS A-ND BAGS for sale; rea-
sonlable; brand new; wardrobe
trunks, $25; Steamer Wardrobe
trunks, $14; Dress trunks, $14;
jLadies' Flat Cases, $2.95. University
Shops, Inc., M\ichigan Theatre Bldg.
2nd, floor. 50

F'Ol SALE.--Ladies' muskrat coat,
$40. Call 31706. 49, 50
NE:Wnmodel Remington p~ortalble Itype-1
writer; excellent condition; ?1$35
cash. Write B~ox 13, Michigan Daily.
50, 51, 52
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CMANAGERS WANTED-To take
charge of various depa rtmnents ; very
attractive salaries to those who
qualify. Uiniversity Shops, . Inc.,
Mtichigan Theatre Bldg., 2nd floor.
50
{ WANTED _
MINNESOTA TICKEtTS
SCall Chilhinan, 8117. 50, 51, 52'
WANTED
MTINNESOTA TICKETS
iCall 3456. 50
WANTEID-Four tickets for Minneso6ta
gae. in pairs. B1. ). Lewis, 524
I{Thompson St. Phone 2-1634. 50; 51
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C'OLORED) girl wishes hart time work.
Call 21530.. 49, 50, 51
i0 .!I IEN antedl to sell onl comissiont,
a1t Minnesota gIame1. Good propos i-
tion. For iniformal i ion en IdI a.room
"O0tiMich, tUnion, Thu' dayfroml
j 3 :00 to :i:00 Ip. Ill. "and1 roomn i 1(2,
from 7 :00h to 9t: 101p. in, Bring; your
jM~ihUnion. Card. 49, 50, 51
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LOST- Pail, of sel rio la .sses. ;No1
Ecase. Sometime St urdaty evening.
Call Mr. a, mn nvriy23
r IS49, int.
LOS'T-A_ medium size aligti', con-
taining bills andi keys. Re ward. Dial
3301.- Alice Sherman. 49, 5o, 51
LOST--Beaded bag a'. tr Navy gtrne ,
near Packard atnd St ate. ULbral
rewardl. IPholne , .45-50
LO ST--T ii hand-painted silk scarf.
Valued gs keepsake. Gertrude G rant,
7042. 50
LOST-Pair fur lined gloves, Mondayv
morning, in Angell Hall or Natural
Science. Alice Steketee. 4872.
50, 51, 52
LOST-In Subitay Lunch, Sunday
Inight, Collection of Milton's Poems
andI Black Leather Note Boo0k.
Finder please call 2-1741. Rewa- rd.

Leroy lHeston
Whose consistent djefensive play in
the Chicago game stainpedl him as
one of the most dIependale endls on
the Wolverine squad. By his perform-
anice against the Maroons, Rleston
proved that he is a worthy successor
to his uncle, the great Willie ileston.

Thec New Fall models, exclusively Whitehouse & Hardy 1
in design1 andI finish, may be inspected at
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