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Y, NOVEMBER 16, 1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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One of the bright lig
the Green and White ba
in the past few games ha
the sophomore, Grove, w
developed into quite a c
kicker under Kipke's dir
and Maize and Blue fan
no introduction to theI
Wolverine's knowledge o
phase of the game.

o Joslin, both veterans, have been Jijwo Varigay Makls
SS working at tackles.
O id in Last Game
o Smead, a sophomore, has won4
Six) commendation for his fine play (Continued From Page Six)
hts in at the center position. There City college, 13-6, as a result of1
ckfield is a possibility that Fogg, afrequent fumbling. Sharpe is a
s been formr Jak igh hol capable quarterback an delusive'
ho has star, may break into the line- runner, while Dunn, 225 pound full-
apable upat Anderson's end as the lat- back can smash the line. Harste,
section, ter has not recovered entirely left tackle, is the outstanding line-
een, from ijrisreceived inthe
s nui!nman. Toledo won from Bluffton
former Detroit game. college last week, 33-$.
f this Aside from Anderson, the squad Today's game will mark the final
Cotet fthesisosfr the u-
appears to be in fine condition and contest of the season for the ju-
should have its full strength for r ,,varsity. A? victory will give the'
homore, the tomorrow's game. Bteam an average of better than
iimoeene .00 for its first year of existence-
efficient dt h ero
While the Wolveres are To date the reserves have won
obusily engaged in trying to three of their six games.

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"Apparel for University Men"

In Norclberg, another sop
State possesses a veryE
quarterback and also a g<
carrier, while Vern Dickens
.mer Highland Park star ha;
Sis last year's ability at th
halfback berth.

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Another newcomer, Danziger,
has apparently displaced the
yeteran 'Iron Duke' Harry
Schau from the fullback posi-
tion at least for the present.I
Danziger gained prominance in
the Colgate game when he did
,most of the ball toting and has
been playing regularly ever
since.
Coach Gob Wilson has developed
a formidable forward wall that+
should cause the Wolves plenty of
trouble. Christensen and Aifder-
son have been performing regular-r
ly at the flands and Ferrari andl

polish up their offensive weap-
on,, the State ' gridmen have
been concentrating on a de-
fense that will stop the Michi-
gan plays.
SIDNEY UNIVERSITY, Australia.
The Students' Union, modeled after
the English House of Commons,
acts as a governing body for the.
university. All the students are'
compelled to take part in its ac-
tivities, and the debating teams re-
ceive their practice there, and are
chosen by the students.f
SIDNEY UNIVERSITY, Australia.I
Cheating on examinations is pre-
vented by "bulldogs', graduate stu-
dents who police the classroom
during examinations and enforceI

"CRUSHER" HAT GETS
WARM RECEPTION AT
MIDWEST COLLEGES!
Universities of Illinois and Wis-'
consin Take to Small Brim
and Crown Wool Felt
Ann Arbor, Nov. 16.-A new
Scollege style, no older than a week,
which is already spreading like
wild-fire on the campuses of the
Middle Western universities is the
fCampus "Crusher" hat.
The hat, made of wool felt, has a
°small crown and brim which fits!
1 closely over the head. It has ap-
peared in three colors: pearl gray,
tan and black. The gray colored!
hats are the most popular.
Possibly one of the reasons for
the hat's popularity is the fact that
it retails for $1.50.
It folds up without crushing and
looks "collegiate." The brim meas-
ures two and an eighth inches. The!
band is only a quarter of an inch
wide. The hat is being widely worn
during week days on the campus.
The clothing shops on the cam-
puses at the University of Illinois
and the University of Wisconsin in-
troduced the hat last week. Hun-!
dreds of the hats are now being
worn on both campuses. Learning
I of the' hat, merchants of the other
Middle Western campuses have al-
ready stocked the hat and have
written that unusual numbers
were sold during the first day of'
their introduction.
Sold in Ann Arbor by F. W. Gross,
309 South Main. Advt..

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Value!

Warmth!

Comfort, too!
and Utmost

THEY'RE
NEW

$35 $4 $40
When it comes to price.
there's little difference
between a good and in-
ferior Overcoat. When
it comes to wear a good
Overcoat c o s t s the
least, because it gives
greater service. This
point is emphasized in
our unusual selections.

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L SS FRIDING BOOTS from $10 up; golf
m DF Eshoes from $8 up; moccasins in
/AD R;Iten different leather styles, $6
ADEGAll kinds of shoes made to your
measure.-H. W. Clark. C
NOTICE--
NOTICE-Dial 3916, Moe Laundry, MACK TUTORING AGENCY
204 N. Main, for laundry service. 310 So. State. Phone 7927
Small enough to do good work, c
large enough to give service. 41c
WANTED
I. _I'E WANTED--Person w ho nicked u

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HE same beautiful
browns that have held
vogue in milady's cos-
tume have been dupli.
cated in the leathers used
in this season's Walk-Over
models. Colors so elusive
that they defy placement,
4the very vagueness of their
tones enhancing their
charm.
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Burton's Walk-Over Shop
115 So. Main Ann Arbor

A new shipment of Suits from Adler
just arrived!
SPECIALLY PRICED
$45.00
(Two Pants)
Others $35, $40
TUXEDOS-$35-See them!
A real tailor-made fit guaranteed by Mr. Del Prete

Here's one of the new
mid-season styles -the
same style you'll see
worn extensively next
spring. By buying now,
you get the advantage
of several extra months.

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213 E,. Liberty

Opp. Varsity Laundry

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pair of yellow goat skin gloves in
Lill Auditorium Monday night to
return them to this office for
Herbert Varnumn. This will be
appreciated because of associ-
ation. 45,46,47
WANTED - Experienced student
counter man; also student wait-
ins and dishwashers. Apply at
once, 1204 So. 'University. The
Shack. 46,47,48
WANTED-University men to sell
Full Backrests at football games.
Inquire Administration Building,
Ferry Field, Friday 3 to 5 p. m.
46,47,48
LOST
LOST-Black fox fur neckpiece be-
tween So. U. and Hill St. Reward.
Return 1120 Hill St. Phone 3051.
47,48,49
LOST-Tau DeltaPhi pin, initials
N'. I. R. on back; reward. Dial
5964. 46,47,48
LOST-Lost in the region of Hill
St. or Cambridge Rd., a small,
light brown envelope purse with
gold stamped border, containing
a car key marked "Alice L. S."
Finder please call (dial) 6225 or
return to 1510 Cambridge Rd.
44,45,46,47,48,49
LOST-Tuesday, Green Acme foun-
tain pen. Name Goodale. Phone
5248. 45, 46,47
FOR RENT'
FOR RENT-A big, attractive,
lighted room. In pleasant loca-
tion, steam heat. Handy to bus
and Campus. For upper class
or graduate men or women stu-
dents. Board if desired. Phone
7796. 46,47,48
FOR RENT OR SALE-Six-room
house, practically new, on Vir-
ginia Ave., off Jackson Ave. Call
3732 during office hours.
46,47,48c
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Alto and soprano .sax-
ophones, practically hew. Dial
3618. -47,48,49
FOR SALE-Black fur coat. Size
39. Excellent condition, $30. Call
S. M. Hanauer, 3644-3540.
46,47
FOR SALE-Rccoon coat, very
good co.dition. Full length. Call
5756. 46,47,48

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At this time we wish to
announce new arrivals
of Shirts Ties and Hose
NECKWEAR -Small figures and geometric
designs will feature the neck wear field this Fall.
Solid color effects and neat stripes will be next
in favor.

I have set aside an en-
tire floor in the Savoy,
for 4ichigan men.
An old-time student of
the U. of M. myself, I
know the need for such
a headquarters, and I
am very happy, indeed,
to be able to provide it
-and to give Michigan
men the benefit of a
20.Percent
Reduction in Rates.
Paul Kamper, Pres.

The Savoy

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Hose medium shades of grey
brown and blue with vertical

stripes and neat figures

are

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very

popular this

season.

THE

The young men we know are
getting wise to themselves and
wearing

SAVOY
II Woodward 'at Adelaide

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