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19, 1928

TI-ILEMICH.IGA NI)I-AIL S

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PROVED ICE ARENA
I BE OPENED SOONI

With the new artificial ice mak:-
ing plant, already installed and the
work of remodeling well underway,'
the revamped Coliseum will prob-
ably be ready for use during the
second week in November. The
opening of this new plant, which
will bring into existence a com-
plete artificial skating rink, will
also mark an important stage in
the development of athletics at
Michigan and will afford studens1
an opportunity to enjoy ice ska -
ing from November to April each
year.
A test of the plant is to be made
during the first week in Novemberl
upon which will depend the open-
ing date of the new rink and the
beginning of hockey practice. A
well,. which will supply the Coli-
seum with water for the rink, is
practically finished now.
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Ohio State Squad Holds Secret Drill
For Wolverines; Kruskamp Will Start
(Continued from Page 6) start at the wing posts.
kamp last week. Try as he might, Leo Raskowski and Larkin seem
Wilce can not find anyone on his to have the best hold on the tac-
squad who can take 'em out like kles with Young and Ujhelyi sup-
Kruskamp can, and if the opposi- porting them at the guards. Fred
tion can get to Eby before he gets Barratt, center and field goal kick-
started, he ceases to be a threat. er, is the best looking pivot man
Joe Ujhelyi was the only line- Ohio has had for some time and
man injured at Evanston. He re- there is little doubt about his play-
ceived several bruises about the ing.
face but has again reported for With Kruskamp back in shape,

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CASS THEATRE
Prices:-Nights '1 to 53.85; Wed.
Mt. sI to $2; Sat. Mat. $1-$'.50
Philip Goodman Presents
ETON & SHAW
TlE 5O'CLOCK GIRL
S HUBERT
L AF AYE TT E
IBeginning Sunday, October 14
SLEW CANTOR Offers
The Skull
Ev e. 50c to 2.50-Thurs. Mat.
'0e to SI-Sun. Mat. 50c to $1.50
ANNQ UNCMENT!

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duty and will be in the starting
lineup, barring any unseen hap-
penings.
Wilce has shifted his lineup so
of ten this season that it is almost
folly to try to pick a starting com-
bination. Judging from perform-
ances in the Northwestern victory,
Fesler and Surina are booked to

Detroit Theaters LASS IFIE
1c ADVERTISING

he will fill out the fullback space.
Coffee and Eby are the most likely
starting halves with Holman again
calling the signals.
Kriss, Fouch,, McClure and ory
are the other lads on the squad
who may be selected at the last
moment to start against the Wol-
verines.

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NOTICE
NOTICE - Tutoring in English,
Rhetoric, French, Biology. Terms
moderate. Call Clark, 7796.
NOTICE-Alterations on Ladies'
coats and dresses. Work guaran-
teed. Michigan Tailors, 625 E.
Liberty Street. Corner State.
23,24
NOTICE-Eat at Lohmiller's. Good
meals for less cost. Meals 40c.
State and Packard. 22,23,24
NOTICE-Have you engaged your
dance orchestra for your House
Party? If not, give Frank
Cooper's Colored W o 1 v e r i n e
Stompers a chance. Address 823
Greene St. Dial 8617 between
9:30 and 11:30 or 1:30 and 4:30.
22.23,24
TYPEWRITER SERVICE
Complete. typewriter service. New
L. C. Smith, Corona, all makes of
portables and used machinea
bought, sold, exchanged. Rentals
by the week, month, or semester.
Repairing of all makes by skilled
w o r k m e n. Typewriting and
Mimeographing promptly and
neatly done by experienced op-
erators at moderate rates. We
have served Michigan students
over twenty years. O. D. Morrill,
17 Nickels Arcade. Phone 6615. c

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DO YOU WANT AN ATTRACTIVE,
CLEAN PLACE TO EAT, ESPECIALLY

AFTER THE THEATRE?

THEN COME TO

Suppose somebody says: "It's
the same as Knit mex
Yet the coat doesn't bear the Knit-tex label,
would you buy it?
If Knit-tex cost $75 it might pay to get some.
thing cheaper. Bdt when the genuine is only
$30 doesn't it seem wasteful to buy an imitation

Adult (dancing class beginning
day thereafter. Music by Ben-
son's Orchestra.

LOST

REKETE'S og
SUGAR BOWL

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109 South Main St.

3.

that is not made of the genuine wrinkle-proof,
drizzle-proof, guaranteed Knit-tex cloth?
Don't buy a Knit-tex until you see the label.

Famous for its Tasty Sandwiches, Salads,
and Fine CandiesR

Always g

Open daily from 10 to 10.
vate lessons in modern
classical dancing.

Pri-
and

Excellent Soda Fountain Service

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p.,

Lindenschmitt-Apfel
and Company

Sold Exclusively in Ann Arbor

by

Hg gQUALITY.t gse2 ' UALITY.
iiHunting Season Opens Oct. 25

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209 S. Main

TERRACE
GARDEN STUDIOS
Nickels Arcade
For Appointment call 5745
WATCH
FOR OPENING
of The
"Chocolate Camp"
516 William Street
by Birneys
of Grand Rapids, Mich.

LOST-Black police pup, 6 months
old; chain collar; very shy. Re-
ward. Call 5712. 23,24
L O S T-Gent's Deuber-Hampden
wrist watch with white gold mesh
wrist bracelet. Reward. Leave
message 6759 for Koblenz.
22.23 .24
LOST --Whoever took notebook
from Roomn 110 Library kindly
return contents to 517 E. Ann.
21.22.23
FOR RENT
FOR RENT---Front suite very nicely
furnished, suitable for students
or instructor desiring a quiet
place to study. Meals if desired.
Phone in evenings 6976. 23,24,25
FOR RENT-Nice room in private
home. 312 East Ann. 22,23,24
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Sweet cider, grapes
and grape juice. Call R. E. Wag-
ner, 9534 or 22413.
WANTED
WANTED-To rent a car from stu-
dent for occasional afternoons.
Have student permit_ anddrive
sensibly. Leave your name and
number at Dial 2-1147. 21,22,23

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-of-
GREENWOOD AND KILGORE
have a reputation for outstanding
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We realized at the very outset that
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