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23, 1927.

THE MICHICAN DAILY

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EAST CLOSES SEASON'WISCONSIN CAGE SQUAD LACKS
HVETERAN MATERIAL THIS YEAR

IRISH GRIDMEN AWAIT
TILT WITH TROJAN TEAM
(Continued from Page Six.)

COLUMNLCOLUM '
CLOSES 'CLOS's
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISINGA
I~L S Ijs'' -hinestone shoe bicakle, Fri-

ordt when it goes into the iray against
Special to The Iaily) Notre Dame, having defeated Califor-
I to I C 'lAIOjr
ADISON, Nov. 22-Faced with ,'try for the Varsity. Welch has a.- nia, Stanford, and Washington State,
udcarth of veteran material and the loss ways played guard and may hell )the three strongest teams on the Pa-
\s WShmg te An t of two stars of the last winter quin-Isolve that serious problem for Mean- (ifiC coast.
let naely win well. Coach Jones' thundering herd is d
(i: ; "or t, namely Kowalozyk andMiller, -
Coach "Doe" Meanwell of the Badger Six other sophomores are making termined to start at the point where
cNMLA (age-squad is pushing his unit at to' l ids for the team and to date each it left off last Saturday when it ranr
eerdogtN MEETS COLhATE ""in sap o thhas shown enough to warrant some rough-shod over the Washngton Co-
opener on gec. 10 with Coe College. holpe for the future. Ilutchins, former augars, 27 to 0. In this game the
( Associated Pess)nns proder of Big Ten Fond du Lac high school, ace, is out Trojans used a variety of plays with
NEW YORK, Nov. 22-Embers of champs on the hardwoods will un-'for a guard and coming along nicely. l qual precision and snap, and omini-
gridiron rivalries, generation old,' lotiitedly again be faced with the Diehl, a SouthI Bend recruit, is being I ously indieateil what the Irish miglit
flamed again today before the waning problem of going through a confer- usd at forward. A shnril, Appleton, I expect at Soldiers' field.
breezes of thie 1927 eastern football ene sesnwt, oyqit ~i are center candidates while Mae Mc- S'ouithern' California's aerial attack
storm. the waisn wata oui . Be i Dermott, at center, Grin from TiorI-- was particularly brilliant, while its'
From the wreck of an early teason he f crwardrs, aptain Loue Behr a l ton, Id.. and Pete Peterson from - running attack seemed not to suffer
studded with defeat, Cornell waited nis winrwi untedRycrry the ceola complete the list. much by comparison. Only one fac-
today to entrain for Philadelphia and u o ng. e 30tr te The season will not get under way tor-weather- seems to give Coach
the thirty-fourth meeting with Penn- youngsters have always been among for three weeks when Coe Colleg Jones any concern about the impendl1
sylvania's rugged host on Thanksgiv- the high scorers of the Big Ten but one of the best bets of the Missouri Ing struggle. He is a bit fearful tha:
ing ay. their diminutive stature and livagni Valley league will invade Madison. the rigorous climate of the metropolis
Nightfall will see Syracuse headed weight wears them down ere the Butler and DePauw will follow 1 on the shores of Lake Michigan might
for New York for the seventh annual weight erwshort order with the Oregon Aggies severely clog the ordinarily smooth-
battle with Columbia, and Colgate willseaso i stopping off for a game on the sec- working machine of the lads from the
batle ithColmbi, ad Clgae wll ray Ellerman, a member of the Ot fJnay h aii os . ri ir
bear down on Brown at Providence si" and of January. The Pacific Coast sunny and balmy clime of Califor-
for the twelfth time. ad last sine i ao a be team is making a jaunt through the nia."
Penin State Battles Pittsburdgi andiwill see some action. Among the middle west. Jan. 7 will open the While the University of Southern
Into the lair of the Pittsburgh terial is "Mtty" Mattusen. For en- conference season with the Badgers California is speeding toward Chi-I
Panthers, undefeated this season a ters Ma ase en going to Columbus for a battle with cago, and perhaps rehearsing Plays in
tied only by Washington and Jeff and ters, Meanwell has Elmer Tenhopen Ohio State. the aisles of Pullman cars, Coach
son, Penn State will storm for the and "Bud" Foster, the latter a sopho~ -_te___n___rin_____t
I more. Tenhopen will be just getting CDRU~IIAVLSIDameKelevenat a fast clip atsoth
twenty-fourth time in hopes of reach.- nohesigothWicsi yeSP RR AL " " enaafstlp at South
into the swing of the Wisconsin style Bend to prepare it for the imporan
ing a top place in the eastern rank- . edt rpr tfrteiportant
ing atrop placeinste eatr. rank- of play this winter and should be (Continued from Page Six.) engagement Saturday. Rockne wishes
ing through decisive victory. Wet nht a valuable man this year. was hung up in 1925, when we scored to polish up both his attack and de-
natn san Jeffstoneuallyemt on atrhe guard problem is a real task 227 points to 3, andtlost only the 3 to fense for the Trojans, whom he gives
withstand the charge of West Virgine for the Badger coach. George Nelson 2 game to Northwestern. in the same ample recognition and respect.
who played forward for two years year we were Conference champions
3a. on the Varsity is being worked at I also in track, baseball, and basketball.
Although Penn has com'e with a ,~ ~,, , .,,a r, . - ,-- - .

CLOSING OUT sample line of men's
winter O'coats; values to $50; some
fur-lined, $19 to $23. 52 7-.-berty,
Mich. Theatre Bldg. Dial 4095. 5t
FOR SALE-Trap drummer's outfit.
Will sacrifice for quick sale. Cali
9758, about six o'clock. 56, 57, 58
WANTED
\ANTE1--Twenty nien and wonen
students for special work. Full or
part time. 912 IRose Ave., at 8:00

NOTICES

day night. Reward. Call 21471. 50

NOTICE--We deliver between the
hours of 9:30 and 11 :30 p m. Prompt
Delivery. Barbecue Inn. Phone 4431.
20 100
DRESSMAKING and Altering. Call
j\Miss Eisele, 401 South Division St.
Phone 22194. 55, 56, 57
WIIERE TO EAT-Try the Heidel-
berg, 807 E. Washington St. Home
cooking. Meal tickets per week if
desired. Phone 3409.
55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60
FOR RENT
GIRLS suite for rent. Phone 6845.
1215 So. Univ. Ave. One block from
Campus. Reasonable. 54, 55, 56
FOR RENT-Large room, graduate
student, nurses or ,business girls.
Also young man desires room-mate.
Phone 8544. 422 E. Washington.
56, 57, 58

LOST-Oife fur-lined glove;: l'~ l'j.mu.56,57,5,
return to Mr. :Mower, 2006 was
tenaw or call 9217. 56, 57, 58
LOST-Red blanket, S tturday eve-
ning, in vicinity of South Stato
Street. Call 93i92. Bales. 56

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LOST-A Longines watch; sometime
Saturday afternoon. Finder please
call At. J. Spence, Dial 22117.
.>, 56, 57
LOST-Grey hat and overcoat, from
512 S. State St., Friday night. Name
inside sweat band of hat. Phone
5717. 55, 56, 57
LOST-Woman's wristwatch, with
silver band, Saturday, on Hill St.,
'between Stadium and Forest Ave.
If found, call Wenger 5517. 55, 56
FOR SALE.

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LOST-Pair of shell rim glasses. Call MEN'S Black fur coat, $35, for quick
Sweet, at 9236. 55, 56 sale. 527 E. Liberty St., Mich.
Theatre Bldg. Dial 4095. 56
LOST-Last week on Thursday, black
leather billfold, containing valuable FOR SALE--Two good seats, on main
receipts. Call Alex Scherer76017. floor, for Hoffman Luboshutz Con-
Reward. 56i, 57, 58 cert. Call 21583. Call 1521 Granger.
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rus i te loin- eek o. heguard and looks well. Johnny Doyle,
rush in the closing weeks of antehhloerfo ls eai
ssnCornell has awakened fromnl another holdover from last year, is
season,Conlhaawkne fm teaming with Nelson and coming
the Dartmouth disaster with a feel-aong ith. elsrn another
ing f cofidnce.Andrson amlalong nicely. Joe Murphy, another
ing of confidence. Anderson and hloeadBl hee oio
Wakeman, slightly hurt all season, morer, and Bill Thiele, a sophod
are back in top form in all tackle more hailing from South Bend, Ind.,
are the remainder of the hopes.
Syracaise Holds Edge Over Columut Additional help for the squad should
No championship aspirations 1will come from George Hotchkiss and
flare in the quarrel of Syracuse and Mike Welch, at present members of
Columbia, both of whom have tasted the .grid squad. Hotchkiss has been
defeat, but the New York clan has with the Varsity for the past tw'o
a matter of honor to settle. Not once years and will again make a bid for
since the first match in 1901 has Co- the five. Welch, a fine basketball play-
lum-bia beaten Syracuse. er in high school will make another

Not s badfor"28, after all.
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"What do you think of the Union's adver-
tising, Bill?"
"Well, it might be better, but I'll, be
hanged if their food could be improved."
THANKSGIVING DINNER
12:30 to 3:00

Thanksgiving: We'll get
away from mercenary things
today and list a few of the
things we're givin' thanks
for.
We're thankful that that
Thunderin' Herd will be
heard no more around these
parts. We're thankful Herb
and little Almy are goin' to
graduate.
We're thankful we got
the new kind of shirt with
pleated bosom. And collars
a: cuffs as stiff as Joesting's
r V.t arm.
We're thankful for a new
shipment of neckwear and
we're doubly thankful you're
comin' in to buy some of
these ties. (We would ap-
preciate it if you could see
your way clear to do this.)
We're thankful we got
some of those Oxonian Grey
o'coats left. (It won't be
long now). $55 Bucks.
We'rekthankful we got
more socks than Tunney,
though our's land on your
ankles and not on the
midriff. You can help poor
old Europe by buying these
and make your ankles look
right smart at the same time.
(Sox special-3 prs.-4 $4.
Imp. all wool and a calf
We're much obliged to
the fellows who have traded
with us and hope they get
only white meat tomorrow.
The others should get necks.
(Not the sorority kind
either). Of course this is
only a mere jest and there's
no hard feelin's. Youtknow
what the undertaker said-
we'll get you in the end. We
do hope yon won't wait 'til
the end of the school year
though. You might just as
well have the best-now.
Happy Thursday and
don't overeat.

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