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9, 1928

THE MICHIGAN

DA I L Y

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B TAM Is' FRESHMANBASETBALL
Candidates for the Freshman
basketball team will report
F O , R T L _ W T L M a y . A lIeu t f r
Monday night at 7:30 in Water-
m nan Gym. All men must fur-j
nish their own equipment and I
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to the players. Some time was de-'I Ray Fisher, Coach.
voted to kicking, with the ends run- -o_ _ _
ning down under punts. Widman
got off some beautiful spirals which
traveled far down the field. His GEMBIS IS LOST
kicking may prove to advantage FOR MIDDlE GAME
against Alma. _
With Coach Courtwright dividing (Contin jl From Page Six)
his time between the "B" squad and the Wolverine running attack con-
the physical eds, Coach Brown di- siderably more formidable.
rected the Junior Varsity in forma- The other backfield berths will
tion drill. The session ended with p3robably be filled in the same;
a short scrimmage, Coach Keen's order as a week ago. with Rich
sophomore eleven providing the op- doing the signal-calling and Sim-
position. rall performing the role of safety..
'man. The combination worked well
KIPKE JUGGLES against the Indians and. ought to
SPAR TAN LINEUP ugivethe Middies aplenty to thinkI
Sabout.

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<y AsocatedPres ;Entraining yesterday afternoon
1 Associatedt Prs) the Wolverine squad, consisting ofj
EAST LANSING, Nov. 8.-Im- 29 players, Director Yost, Coachesl
provement in the play ofnGeorge Wiemnan and Oosterbann, Trainers'
Ferrari, veteran tackle since his Hoyt and~ Cahill, and Manager Nor-y
return to football practice following ton, will arrive in Baltimore this
an injury at the beginning of the morning and a light limbering-up
season and the impression that his practice is scheduled for this aft-
revised backfield is making serv'd ernoon in Baltimore stadlium. i
to cheer Coach Harry Kipke, Mich- Of the 29 men makinlg tyre trip
igan State's coach, as the squad only seven willebe invading Navy
scrimmaged Wednesday. territory for the second time. Cap-
The addition of Schau has cdded tain Rich, Totzke, Truskowski,
more punch, to Kipke's backield. Squier, Pommerening, Boden, and
Nordberg will probably continue at Cragin are the players who were
quarter and Danziger at fullback. numbered among the members of
the 1926 squad who made the trip
Pegasus is sponoring a Saturday to Baltimore.
morning ride which will start Captain, Rich, who was then fill-
from Mullison's stable at 9 o'clock. ing one of the half back positions,
Anyone who expects to go should while Truskowski the only other
call the stables and make arrange- regular in this group was playing{
ments. at the pivot post.

Variety
A notable advantage
in buying
LJangrock
Fine Clothes
lies in the wide choice
of fabrics and models.
Exclusive patterns of
British woolens, smart-
ly tailored, make your
selections correct, and
becoming.

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SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY

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Our Saturday Specials are a

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NECI a 'AR

University

C LASSIFIE~P~
ADVERTISINGL#
NOTICE
TYPEWRITER S E R V I C E-New
Corona, Royal, Underwood, Rem-
ingtoi, portables, also used large
and portable typewriters of all
makes bought, sold, rented, ex-
changed, cleaned, repaired. Large
stock, best service, considerate
p -ic"s. Phone 615. 0. D. Morrill
17 Nickels iircace. c
NOTICE-Dial 3916, Moe Laundry,
204 N. Main, for laundry service.
Small enough to do good work,
large enough to give service. 41c
NOTICE-Dental Office Suite that
has been occupied for years is
now available. An exceptional
opportunity to secure a fine loca-
tion. Call Mr. Hoffstetter at
21112 41, 42, 43
NOTICE-The bankrupt stock of
the Darling and Malleaux Gift
Shop is now on sale at corner of
State and Liberty. Now is the
time to buy your Xmas gifts
41,42,43
NOTICE-H. W. Clark Shoe Fac-
tory, corner of South University
and Forest. Let us save you 20
percent on your repair work.
Only one shoe factory in town.
RIDING BOOTS from $10 up; golf
shoes from $8 up; moccasins in
ten different leather styles, $6
All kinds of shoes made to your
measure.-H. W. Clark. c
GEOLOGY and GEOGRAPHY
Tutoring. M. T. A., 310 S. State.
Dial 7927.
NOTICE-We have a large selection
of Greeting Cards and Mottoes.
Francisco-Boyce, 719 N. Univ.
WANTED
W A N T E D-Clothing salesman-
Student, full or part time; must
have typing experience. Good
s a lahr y; steady employment.
Phone 4306. The Fair, 200 N.
Main St. 41,42,43
HELP WANTED-Part time help
Saturday evenings and holiday
business. Montgomery Ward Co.
212-214 South Fourth Ave.
39,40,41
LOST
LOST-Between campus and Wood-
side Rd., wrist watch with grey
ribbon attached. Reward offered.
Leave at Secretary's Office, Uni-
versity Hall. 40,41,42
LOST-Psi Omega fraternity pin
on Nov. 5th or 6th. Call 9417.
Reward. 40,41,42
LOST-Pi Beta Phi Arrow pin..
Name of owner on back. Please
phone 7717. Reward. 39,40,41
I LOST-Friday at Mich. Central
station, Gamma Eta Gamma pin.
Reward. Call 8426. 39,40,41

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men are especially invited to
attend this Saturday's Sale.

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LANE ALL AVERN
The Finest of Wholesome Foods
The place to entertain your friends at j
Luncheon or Dinner.

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Imported Accessories of Distinction

Ties formerly $2,00, $1.50, $1.00

Saturday Only, 83c
CASH ONLY
DOWNTOWN SHOP

NICKELS ARCADE
AT STATE

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Music by
Ben Lopez Trio

Private Rooms
for Banquets.

Mrs, Anna Kalmbach

Greenwood

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opposite Woolworth's

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The Store for Men Who Care

South Main

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