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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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UF OI 813 EN JAMSWolverines Prepare BUCKEYES HOLD HUMBERT RETAINS LEAD
For Wisconsin Game EDGE ON VARSITY IN CONFERENCE SCORING'
(Continued from Page 6) Illinois' great line smashing
(Continued from Page 6) wark of strength on -the defense threat, "Fritz" Humbert, crashed
ed after the registering of Michi- and covered kicks with unusual ac-thuh fo tw tuhdn
(Continued from Page 6) gan's only first down of the game. curacy, frequently downing the re- against Indiana yesterday and
9 for the Hoosiers and outgained This week's preparation will in- ceiver in his tracks.n
their adversaries, two to one. Hum- clude added stress on defense with maintained his lead in the race for
bert went over for both Illini another group of freshmen, school- After finding that their individual scoring honors in the
touchdowns, while Chuck Bennett ed in the Badger plays by Cappon assaults on the left side of Big Ten.
brought Indiana its lone marker in offering the Varsity opposition in Michigan's line netted little In three games the Illini fullback
the final period on a 29-yard run. scrimmage. It is certain that the yardage, Ohio's backs turned h
The Wisconsin-Purdue contest pass defense is*due for a hard week their attention to the weaker hddn
of drill in stopping the aerial at- right side with considerable a total of 42 points, or 12 more!
developed into a tIhrilling battlei!f
which see-sawed back and forth, tack of the Wisconsin eleven. success. than Fred Hovde, of Minnesota,
whiandseranaPapeaof Iowaowho.are
finally ending a 19-19 tie and dim- Saturday's game revealed that and Oran Pape, of Iowa, who are'
ming the Badger's visions of an un- that right side of the Michigan line Subscribe to The Michigan Daily, tied for second with five touch-,
disputed Big Ten championship. !is still vulnerable, the Buckeyes $4.00 per year. It's worth it! 'downs each.
After six years of striving, Ohio 'making most of their gains through
State was able to defeat a Michi- this portion of the forward wall.
gan eleven, the speedy Buckeye It is probable that an effort will
backfield Eby, running up 19 points be made to bolster up this weak-
to their opponents' 7, despite sev- ness e y t h t
eral fumbles. The loss relegated squad will devote a great deal of
the Wolverines to the celler POSi attention to the task of solving the
tion in the Conference along with problem of an offense. The men
Chicago, a place they have not oc- haebe givn afnuer of new
have been given a number of new -
cupied for years. mr plays and will seek to perfect them t
Asubstitute sophomore back, beoe h Bderivain
before the Badger invasion. 7
Oran Pape, was singled out for in- With the single exception of Al'wt f
dividual honors vIen Iowa ran Bovard who sustained an injured _f
rough-shod over Ripon college, 61-6. shoulder, the squad came through MAN IFLEX Po NT
Stealing Mayes MVcLain's thunderteOi game with only the usual
he crossed th Rio goal line fonumber of bumps and bruises and WE CALL THEM
a quartet of touchdowns. everyone should be ready for the WRITING PENS!
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movements that are photographed
by running the camera along on
wheels. Some of thes shots in "For-
gotten Faces" look as though they

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were taken from a wagon with
square wheels or with the camera
suspended from a crane run by
a slightly inebriated operator. It's
an effective device this moving the
camera about, bu unless it is
smooth it causes considerable eye-
strain and produces a great amount
of apathy.
Clive Brook makes "Forgotten
Faces" a pretty good picture in
spite of "get in at the middle and
guess it" plot and the large amount
of hokum. The director. knew
when to end the picture, a thing
that is most refreshing to see in
these days of "happy ending or bust
epics." William Powell, as Brook's
side-kick is a more likeable villian
this time, andBaclanova flitters
about like a cat illustrating passion
and hate in rapid succession quite
effectively.
Altogether, this picture can be
called exciting, and if you can over-
look some of the melodramatic
hooey that is hauled in at diverse
moments you will probably enjoy
it.
The stage act, a crooning quartet,
is nothing that we can conivincing-
ly recommend to anyone seeking
entertainment, but it does fill out
the bill and kill time in case you
drop in for that purpose. Their
rendition on "Nola" was well done
bue we spent the rest of our time
watching a young lady across the
aisle struggle valiantly but in vain
with a garment that would not stay
put.
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sent on request.
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May 29, 1928

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Edgeworth, and Edgeworth mine gets.
I would not insult it with any other.
"The familiar blue cans are every-
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not the price that deternines a good
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I would rather go days without
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my t'hroat and lungs and nostrils with
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Fifty dollars and more.
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For those who desire a little
more dressy coat -- the Ches-
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is very correct.
Drop in and look them over.
A new shipment of plain colored ribbed hosiery with
contrasting clockings -- just received.
GREENWOOD and KILGORE
Upstairs Over Calkins

POLITICAL CLASH
IS DUE TONIGHT
The long-awaited tiff between
Republicans and Democrats on the
campus is scheduled to come off at
7:30 o'clock tonight, when repre-
sentatives of the two campus po-
litical clubs will argue the merits
of their respective parties before
the meeting o Alpha Nu, campus
literary society, on the fourth floor
of Angell hall. The speeches will be
followed by general discussion and
by a vote of those present. Visitors
are cordially invited.
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LOST

LOST-In Alumni Memorial Hall,
black onyx ring, 18k white gold
mounting. Please call 9554 or
University 246. Reward. 26
LOST-White gold framed glasses
in black case, between campus
and Washtenaw and Hill. Phone
6017. 26
LOST.-Will person who found note-
book in 221 A. H. kindly return
or mail history notes to Miriam
Highly, 1135 Michigan, or phone
21448? Reward. 26
LOST-¢-Gold ring with small. dia-
mond set. Finder call 8752. Val-
ued as keepsake. Reward. 25,26
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student and wife. Dial 5296.
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