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TRIDAY, MAY 3, 1929
LOW(ER STAFF PUPPl[S FOOTBALL FROLIC IS
CHALLENGE.UPPERSTO CANCELLED BY CRUEL'
VIOLENT ENCOUNTERiCOACH TAO E. wIEMAN,

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MICHIGAN

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come a reality.. The project is go-
-ing forward under, the supervision
<of Prof. W. C. Ballard jr. of the
college.
GIFTS for ALL OCCASIONS
At rock bottom prices
NOW-
49th Anniversary Sale
Burr, Patterson and Auld Co.
603 Church Street

ANNUAL EVENT WILL

COME

ROLLICKING

ROUND
II A Xrxflfl-

ROBIN
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OFF SATURDAY AT REALLY CANNOT BE
FERRY FIELD PUT ON NOW
MOON MAKES TACKLE
LARK STEPS OUT AS COACH

WORK-Fellow wanting a summerFO RE
job should see Mr. Walker, 302 MACK TUTORING AGENCY FOR RENT
Union, Friday. 34 Tommie Mack, A.B., Director FOR RENT ROOM-Very nicely fur-
NOTICE-At least two truck loads 310 State Phone 792 nished. For day or week-ends.
- No other roomers. 8671. 34
of granite and limestone rocks PIANO TUNING-The Concert Art- N___therromer_._8671._ 34_
can be had for hauling them I ist Piano Tuner, phone 6776. Vic- RENT-During the summer session
away. Suitable for foundation or for Allmendinger. Not with any seven-room house with 1 or 2
fence work. Call Mr. Birney, music house. Exclusive piano rooms reserved . Call 7019. 345
22117. 234 tuner for the University School
NOTICE-Beautiful spring line of f Music. Office at residence, FOR RENT-Completely furnished
NOTICE-Beati spinlne o 1603 Morton Ave. 234C three-room apartment. Large at-
Axminister and Wilton rugs.,I___________________ tractive rooms forgil;as
Koch &s Henne. C rcie om o girls; also
KHNOTICE - Home Laundry - Soft garage; available immediately.
PERSONAL ATTENTION LIKE water used exclusively; called for Dial 8544 or 9714. 422 East Wash-
HOME AT A SAVING OF 10% and delivered. Superior Home ington. 234
WITH CASH CARD. DIAL 3916, Laundry. Phone 8190. 234C FOR RENT-Apartment. Call 58001
MOE LAUNDRY, 204 N. MAINFR ET-Acrme! Cl I50
, 2 C NOTICE-Costumes for the Archi- or evenings, 6858. CI
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair tect Ball rented or made. Spald-
rats. . V HatsffDia 937.ing's Costume Shop, Wuerth Ar- UPPER DUPLEX, 905 Forest Ave.,
rates. M. V. Hartsuff, Dial 9387.! n'CotmShpWurhA- 5 rooms, bath, sleeping prh
c cade, second floor. Available Sept. 1. Phone 6137. 45
SAND and GRAVEL. Washed and MISSING-Won't somebody please --S
dry screened. Telephone 7112, return my senior cane. I am in LOST
Killins Gravel Company. C tears. Call Harry, 8981. 4 LOST-Kappa Nu fraternity pin

between Hill St. and Library,
Finder please return to Box 53,
Michigan Daily office. Reward. 4
LOST-Brown bill fold with valu-
able papers. Finder keep money.
Reward for return of bill fold.
Call 4636. 234
LOST--Tan-key container in vicin-
ity of S. University and Washte-
naw. Name engraved. Call Alex
R. McDonald at 4910. 234
LOST-One Gamma Phi Beta pearl
pin, lost Sunday night. Marked
M. Welte. Phone 3597. 234
WANTED
TYPING WANTED-First class typ-
ing of manuscripts, theses, statis-
tical work, advertising, correspon-
dence, etc. Phone 7936. Leota
Snyder Stoeckle, 215 Ravena Blvd.
34561

Each Team Acts Most
Awninct P,,.e rn

Smaller Squad This Year Will Not
Affect Campus Co-eds Who
Also Are Smaller

CLAS S IFIE
ADVERTISING

Ii

Bitter
A

gainst roor Opponent Anad .
Promises Fierce Brawl jSpring football practice will be!
Wconcluded next week according to
With vulgar and defiling pharses, nice Coach Tad E. Wieman, al-
and language shocking to the mo- though the usual round robin series
rale of this institution, the Michi- of games .will not be played. In-
gan Daily, challenges have been I stead the scrimmages that have
hurled hither and yon from the been held during this week will be
"lower staff puppies" to those continued without any regular sys-
valiant defenders of the upper tem of games.
staff high brow to partake in a Rain forced the cancellation of
crude ,encounter of base-brawl at practice yesterday, but the workouts
ten o'clock on Saturday at South will be resumed today providing the
Ferry field. weather clears up sufficiently,
This happy little event takes which it probably won't. So far,
day of doom, better known as ap- thCoach Wieman is well satisfied
place annually on or before the with the spring drills and although
pointments. It includes on one the squad is smaller this year the
pteamenlltegraItin se nione coaches have been able to give
team all the graduating seniors more attention to individual play-
and those to be promoted from , ers and think they are just won-
night editors to other various and derful and awfully handsome.
diver positions, and those of the i None of the major problems that
group from which the next under will have to be disposed of be-
staff is to be picked on the other. fore the big games next fall have
"Don't laugh boys the poor as yet been definitely solved. Coach
devils are batting" reads the Wieman said that the task of fill-
challenge, and here are the riot- ing the tackle berths probably can-
ers: 'not be determined upon until next
UPPER STAFF--Simonscatcher; fall since the coaches will not
UPER SmAF,-ioncatche r;;T y know until then just what men
Howell or Simon, pitchers; Tilley, will be available. You know the
short stop; Patrick, field; Stauter,effect the moon has on these foot-
first; Hooker, second; Quinn, ball players in the summer.
third; Klein, short stop; Kline More progress has been made in
field; Monroe, field; Rosenberg, the search for a passer with Sim-
Askren, Kurvink, utility men. { rall, last year's backfield man,
LOWER STAFF-Sloss, catcher; Hudson and Stoll showing up the
Edwards, pitcher; Feldman, first; best. The last two are freshman.
Askwith, second; Merry, third; Simrall is still the leading candi-
Cooper, Williams, Wilds, shortstop; date for the quarterback job as
Askren, field; Bernstein, field; well, but the spring workouts have
Tobin, field; and all others who shed little light on this problem.
appear. We hope he'll get it because he is
Larry Klein will do great larking g md looking.
about the premises in his awe-in- requred in the scrimmages so
spiring role of coach. We do so far since there have been few plays!
hope he will appear in a long black available for use. Opportunity has
coat and a derby. Ken Patrick not yet been given to exhibit real
will take his feet off the desk long generalship and until this is possi-
enough to play manager. Won't ble, which may not be until next
he be just too cute out there with fall, there will be little chance for
that pipe! anyone to show up distinctively at
the quarterbacking job.
"Just because you go to an art Construction is now under way
school," remarked Cora the Co-ed on the Cornell radio station at
with a sour smile, "is no sign that 1 Ithaca, N. Y. The plans were set-
you are getting a sketchy educa- tied upon some time ago and the
tion." structure is well on its way to be-

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