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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

"B" TAM LEAVES FRESHMEN USE BADGER a
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ST ing and Williams, tackles; Poe and po
Steinke, guards; Cragin, center. da
Captain Rich and Wheeler were at ho
(Continued from Page 6) the halfback positons, with Gem-
in the practice. An attempt is be-, bis at fullback and Straub at #
ing made to add more variety to quarter.
the offense of the Junior squad. In Al Bovard, whose shoulder was
last Saturday's fray, the team did injured in the Ohio fracas, was' .
in uniform again yesterday, hold-
not resort to the aerial game at all, ing down his old center position
depending entirely on smashes in signal practice, but did not en-,
through the line and dashes off- gage in scrimmage.
tackle and around the ends. I -
A powerful running attack was
revelaed but the need of a threats
from the air seemed to effectually S - d !
spoil all chances of pushing the
pigskin over the Ohio State goal!
line for a touchdown. Mike Geis- ISave money on stationery. Get
tert, the dimuative back, was hurl- 100 sheets and 50 envelopes with
ing the ball yesterday with a con- the school insignia and youry
sideiable degree of accuracy. I monogrammed initials printed

Sophomores and se;onld se-
ester freshmen interested in
yying out for cross country
anager are requested to re-
rt after 3:00 o'clock any
)y this week at the field
Ouse.

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"The Home of Hart-Schaffner and Marx"

Paul Colwell,

Manager

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SLASS I FIE
ADVERTISING
NOTICE
G E O L O G Y- Exam Tutoring -
M. T. A. 310 So. State. Phone
7927.c
NOTICE - Tickets available for
Michigan-Wisconsin game. Call
N. Pickard. Dial 5618. 29,30,31
MACK TUTORING AGENCY
310 So. State. Phone 7927
Tue., Thu., Fri. c
NOTICE - Tutoring in English,
Rhetoric, French, Biology. Terms
moderate. Call Clark, 7796.
TYPEWRITER SERVICE
Complete typewriter service. New
L. C. Smith, Corona, all makes of
portable and used machines,
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

Main emphasis was being put on
a short pass over the line of scrim-
mage although the longer variety
also came in for practice. Should
this type of play prove a ground
gainer in the fray with the Badger
squad Saturday, the Michigan
Junior varsity should cause a lot
of trouble in Madison.
Patton is now being groomed at
center to replace Sherwood who has
gone up to the "A" squad. With
the possible exception of a change
in the backfield and presence of
Patton at the pivot post, it is prob-
able that the Wolverine juniors
will line up against Wisconsin in the
same manner they did against Ohio
State.
Sailors Beo
Master Mariner

FOR RENT

on the sheets and envelopes.
Your choice of either linen or
ripple finish paper, packed in a
neat box, for $1.25. Samples
sent on request.
Gene R. Austin
Agent,
FLETCHER HALL
Phone 4078 Ann Arbor, Mich.
YOU CAN'T WEAR OUT THEIR LOOKS
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FOR RENT-Pleasant single room
for rent, three blocks from cam-
pus. Apply 915 East Ann. Phone
2-2455. 25,26,27,28,29
FOR RENT-Desirable single room.
Must sublet at half price. Call
6759. 27,28,29
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Two good tickets for
Wisconsin game. Dial 7334.
29,30
FOR SALE-A number of good Wis-
consin tickets. Call Fecheimer,
3590. 29,30
FOR SALE-Sweet cider, grapes
and grape juice. Call R. E. Wag-
ner, 9534 or 22413.
WANTED
WANTED-Five young men to in-
troduce a nationally advertised
product in this district. High
commissions. Call N. Pitzele or
H. Weil, 8417, 1-6 p. m. Thurs.
or Friday. 29;
WANTED-Three students to sell
armbands before games. Good
proposition. Call Maynard. 4837.
29
WANTED-Students who appreci-
ate good home-cooked meals to
sample ours, at 332 E. Jefferson.
26,28,30
FOUND
FOUND-A pocketbook in The
Parrot. Inquire there.' South
State. 27,28,29
LOST-Btween Dr. Cowie's Hos-
pital on Division St., and, or in,
Michigan theater, platinum bar
pin with diamond setting. Tele-
phone 7811. Reward. 28,29,30
MICHIGAN DAILY,
-$4.00 FOR
THE YEAR

"FEATURING"

LUST

The Overcoat for 1928

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Diagonal Weaves, Herringbones
and Wursted Curls

The New Shades of Blue, Oxford
and Novelty Cloths

Greys

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for Favorite.
Pipe Tobaceo

Single and Double Breasted Styles
Some 50 inches long.
A wonderful assortment of new
patterns in Scarfs
Hansen's English "Sae-Fit" Dress Gloves
Suede and Horsehide Jackets in Black,
Tan or Grey.

LOST-Gray tweed top coat. Ham-
ilton Clothing Co., Traverse City,
inside of collar. Liberal reward
if returned to 921 East Ann.
Phone 8531. 29
LOST-Ladies' tortise shell earring
p ndant. Finder please phone
8621. 29
LOST-Plaid silk scarf in browns
and orange. Reward. Call 5248.
27,28,29
Want Ads Pay
I OSCAR O. M. VOGEL

Malden, Mass.
Larus & Bro. Co. March 10, 1928
Richmond, Va.
Dear Sirs:
I have been a Master Mariner for
many years, and as a general rule all
seafaring men smoke a pipe. I have
r rie'd about all the different brands of
tobaccoon the market, and in my esti-
mation, there is not one make of to-
bacco that will compare with Edge-
worth Slice f or a good., cool, long smoke.
Sailors would come to me and say
Capt., be sure to put in a good sup-
ply of Edgeworth when you fill up the
canteen." That speaks for what the
average sailor thinks of Edgeworth.
I retired from the sea six years ago,
and the largest grocery dealers in
Boston keep me supplied with this
wonderful smoke. I take great pleasure
in boosting it to my friends.
j Very truly yours,
(signed) Capt. C. E. Kenney
Edgeworth
Extra High Grade
Smoking Tobacco

MARTIN H. VOGEL

VOGEL B RO0S,

MARKET
339 South Main Street'

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A few rubs of a soft'
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Shoe leathers shine like
new-day after day..
Performance proves!
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Smith SmnarShoes
Dietzel's Shoe Store
117 E. Washington Street
rnErasa2arraIre

At Your Service

Phone 6656

COnlin and Wetherbee

Try some of our choice roasts of beef, pork, veal and lamb.
We have the delicious Canadian back bacon, and that won-
derful Virginia ham for roasting.
Plenty of fowl, chickens, broilers and ducks.
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY

18 E. Washington-Down Town

Read the Classified Ads

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Large size.

Monarch Teenie Weenie
Sweet Peas
12 Cans for $2.50

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Famous fabrics plus the
. note in style have always give
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and quality count. Alligators,
tinguished for their individual
to wear one is to enjoy absolu
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durable and gayly colored in a
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Not only the famous Alligator
but many new and exclusive
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Overcoats

for men who know

ttwhat's

what" in

greatcoats - men

who know
and above

style,

woolens,

2-Pant Suits
If you want strictly young men's snappy, stylish clothes, specially
made for a college town, embodying the best materials in the
latest colors and fabrics, buy Adler Collegian at Corbett's. You
can't beat them at any price; you can't beat

all, value . .

Overcoats that already have
won favor among discrimi-
nating University men.
Fly Front, Button Thru,
Peak Lapel, Notch Lapel,

R. & W. OVERCOATS

either. They're new, they represent superior quality and work-
manship, and they fit and look like a "million dollars." Many
of our suits and overcoats will leave with the crowd Saturday.
The boys come back where they can get what they want at
the price they want to pay for it!

Chesterfields.

Every wanted

latest
n genu-
re class
are dis-
ity, and
ute pro-
Light,
avariety
urpose.
Slicker
models
are sold
ail from
lligator

m o d e 1 represented in our
large stock.

$40

- $45

- $50

$35 to $45

Once More!

Arrow White Broadcloth col-
lar attached Shirts-Saturday
only-
$1.600

We've installed a radio for
Saturday's game. Come in,
and make yourself "to" home.
We'll all listen in. Some of
you can't go-neither can we.

DOWNTOWN SHOP

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