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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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f ADDEII il a I TReeresWill Work INDJANA PREPARES
1 Mil L L LHOLDUS [FOR INITIAL GAME
I On Signal Practice iit h
O i CROSS COOUNTRY IRIAL! thefootball (Pecial to The Daily.)
With one weIk of practice 1)hind HLM00 INGTON, Ind Sept 24-
them, Comch l. 'sr-,, rv tbt ,: tCorach Pt P age ordered heavy foot-
Canidlates ,Coer Two Miles in Fir4t squad will 'tart out tomlporrow alter- hl 1ractice this afternoon for his In-
Practe 1 in of 1927 Season noon on signal work in anticipatiin diana University grid candidates. The
of a practice scrimmage with a fresh- dynamic Pat ha' found his first game
SQUAD LACKS VETERANSfian team later in the wee The r- wh Kentucky, October 1, rapilyap-
serves are larger and sirouge' this proaching and believes that no time
year than usual and Coach' ;isher can be lost in preparing for this clash.
Nearly all of the candidates for the hopes to be able to put _ut a team thi t The University of Kentucky has a
Varsity cross country team reportedI will stop the yearlin veteran team, according topressfts-
for- the first trial run of the season Coach' Mather has been eai'efull ports. The Kentnekians are playi;
which 'was held yesterday morning sifting his team a I has s('le't(I r- ir fijst game today and will haveI
teen names for a entalive first squad. that much experience on the Iioosiers
However, none of the sele>lions are at Lexington next Saturday.
Of the 30 prospective members of the permanent. Last night Wheeler and Coach Page and his gridders will
Michigan, squad who have been issued Summerling showed 1) well in broken lave here early Friday morning. It
equipment, 25 participated in the first field running and may land a berth is probable that a light workout willj
practice event. on the first squad. No final selections be in order Friday afternoon on theI
Wi1 Increase 1)istance. will be made, however, until just be- University of Kentucky field.
Yesterday's performance was in no fore the scrimmage,.
sense a time trial, but merely an op No definite date has been set for a "Everything in Books' reads an
portunity for the1men to judge their practice scrimmage, but it is thonghl advertisement which is also the sum'
pace and obtain the valuable exper- that there may be one either 'T'hursday and substance of many students'
fence of 'running tog'ether. Coach Far- or Friday. troubles at the end of the semester.
rell stated that a trial run will be held y

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WANTED
WANTED-Full time secretary and
laboratory a sistant. Knowledge of
shorthand not required. Apply 4021
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HOTEL SAGE, Detroit, Mich.
1537 Center St. Atound the corner
troit, mich. Around the corner
from Ca iIal Theater. Downtown
shopping district. Quiet place for
reuied )core-. All outside rooms.
Siigi, 1.0; double, $2. Private
batl: S'ingle, $1.~0 and $2; double,
$2.50.
NOflACES
NO'flCI-Emnmna Fischer Cross, teach-
er of piano and lpipE-organ, iormor-
ly on the faculty of School of Music.
Extensive study abroad. 61() E.
Liberty. Apt. 8. Phone 3566.
1-2-3-4-5-G-7--9- 0
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FOR RENT--Men students' room ior
one or two in al1p1rovBd house;
warm, big :ne'r capus." $3.25p er
week. Call 9818. 6

WANTED-Students to sell at all the pen in Room 25 Angell Hall F
football games. We need six more please return it to 521 East
to complIete our organization. pse retunall to5211a1.J
This is a good way to see the out son or call 3141.
of town- games. For particulars
see F.HII. radenburgh, 116 N. State,A SENIOR flit wants a room mat
Spaulding Apts.. or call 64-5. Home a good suite at 1210 Washte
anytime after 6:30 P. M. 4,5, 6 Call 9175.

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FOR RE T-A suite en second fioor
in- a desirable location, 429 S. Di
vision. 4_5-6E

WANTED-Student musicians, be'
longing to American Federation (kf
Musicians, for dance. orchestra.

LOCKSITH-Keeler makes trur
and door keys; unlocks safes. 732

LOST-Pair of dark shell rim ga
Reward. P. Rosenberg-8231
« iSCELLAh EhhTS

FOR RENT-A large double room for Piano, Alto Sax, Trumpet, -Banjo,
two students in quiet hopie. 203 N. Drums. Dance work experience re-
State. 4-5-6 quired. Joseph Solomoi. 432
FOR RENT-Two double rooms with Thompson. Phone 3418.
dormitory, 533 Thompson street di- WANTED-Girl to work for room or
rectly back of Michigan Union. room and board. Exceptional room
r. and privileges. Three in family.
Dial 21835. 4, 5, 6
FOR RENT-Double or single, two WANTED-Young women wish to
large rooms. Closets, bath, light, share apartment with one or two
warm. Second floor. 806 E.Kings- college or business women. 345 S.
ley St. Phone 7370. Division St. 4-5-6

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every Saturday mori'ng until the reg
ular season opens. The distance wil
be gradually mncreased until the mei
cover the fivetregulation miles nea
the en)d of the training period.
Althoii;h the men were not running
against time, Coach -Farrell stater
that seven or eight runners showed ul
well for , this early in the season
Wuerfel, Lamont and Carlson .finishe
together in 11:05, while Wells way
close to the leaders.
Farrell is Optimistic.'
Despite the fact that he has nt
lettermen and no stars among his can
didates; the Wolvejine coach believes
that the men will develop into a well
balanced team before the season i
over. As yet the men are not in Aery
good condition, so they will take
things easy until they have had an op-
portunity to work out a few more
times. As the Wolverines Conference
schedule does not open until the end o
next month, Coach Farrell has four
weeks for preparation.
Blues Are Winners
In First Grid Game
(Continued from Page 6.)
The pass game took the lead again
when Puckelwartz hurled to Harrigan
for 25 yards. The third"Blue 'touch-
down followed when Puckelwartz
passed to Oosterbaan across the goal
line. Puckelwartz' kick was then
blocked.
Vic Domhoff, who had warmed
the bench during most of the game
went in at this time and showed bril-
lantly. After running back a ki*-
of, he later intercepted a Red pass and
ran 80 yards for a touchdown to com-
plete the scoring as the game ended.
Qn this play six Blue men immediate-
ly formed interference and put on an
exhibition of blocking that would do
credit to a championship eleven in
midseason.
JLUES POS. REDS
Oosterbaan (Capt.) LE Boden
Baer LT Poorman
Nicholson LG Weber
Schoenfold C Crego
Palmeroli RG Sullo
Gabel RTWalder
Nyland RE Carter
Hoffman QB McBride
Gilbert ' RH Babcock

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IOR IUNT-Large double room
the (reen Tree Inn, 205 S. State
Desirable location. Dial 9646.

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COFFEE HOUSE
755 East University Avenue

At Hill Street

6-7-8
,OR RNT-Packard, a333; 'entrally
localed; 2- or . 3-room apts., fur-
nished or unfurnished; private bath.
Phone 21928. 6-7-8
FOR RENT-A garage. 422 E. Wash-
ington. Dial 8544. 6-7-8
FOR RENT-Large front room, single
or double; reasonable. House ap-
proved. 1333 Washtenaw Ave. 6-7
FOR RENT-A very pleasant room
for boys at 1002 Cornwell Pl. $6
per week for two or $4 per week
for one. Phone 3138. 6-7-8

,OR RENT-To students--$7.50 takes WANTED-Part t i m e automobile
$10 large suite f6r 'two. $7.00 takes salesman. Men with experience in
large double room for two. Both selling preferred. Prospects firn-
rooms have hot and cold running ished. Salary and Commission.
water, steam heat. $6.00 takes small Hudson Sales and Service 310 E.
suite for two. 337 Thompson near Washington.
campus. 5-6

Forly Years of Service to
M'icdigan"
Home-Cooked ood
7 A. M. to 7:30 P.
Sunday.
83 A. M. to 7:30P.M.
Briled Steaks and Chops

FOR SALE.'

FOR SALE-Fumod oak desk
chair, $18, cost $38; galvanizedv
dow ce box, $1.50. Call 332.
Williams, Apt. 99.

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lours: 12 A. M. to'10 P. M. Daily

Sunday:

1 P. M.to3P.M.;5:30P.M.to8P.M.

FOR SAI-Bicycle, very cheap. Call
3944. 6
FOR SALE-Suitable for fraternity.
Very large oak library table, leather
couch. 720 Haven Ave. Dial 5290.
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FOR SALE-2 study tables in goof
shape. Call 5424 evenings; ask for
Fred.

WANTED-To buy a few ladies and
children's second handed bicycles.
Call 9142. 3-4-5-6.
for week-en; duiiung next sa nesteV.
Dial 8317. Cul Stinson.
Wagner. Phone 22413 or 9534.
2-3-4-6-7-8
LOST.
LOST-In University High School. A
brown purse containing blue pen.
Reward. Dial,;22346. . 6-7
LOST-Oval gold brooch, amber set-
ting. Finder please phone M. Innis,
7037. G-7
LOST-Parker Duofold fountain pen
(green). Call 2-1028. Reward. 6

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Assured You

FOR RENT-Suite of rooms
single. Steam heat. 1 block

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TU ESD AYFabrics for Fall has already
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WEDNESDAY:
Oh Boy,thoseOxfordgrays,
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T H U R S D AY 'em in stripes, herringbones,'
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Come in and meet wool, too.
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three men who have to satisfy every taste ... par-
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IOWA City-Fifty-three freshmen
answered the call for football practice
at Iowa.
LANSING-Michigan State has a
'football program of ten games this
'year.{
CHICAGQ-There will be no cities
series between the Cubs and White Sox
tliis fall according to reports from
Chicago.

parcels anywhere in Ann Arbor.

Organizations have found our linen rental
service time and money saving.

Special laundry service if desired.

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SWIMMING CANDIDATES
Students wishing to try out
for the Varsity or freshman
swimming teams are asked to
meet at 4:30 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon at the ,Union,
Coach Matt Mann.

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