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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FOUR LINEMEN
(Special To The
MADISON, Nov. 22
consin makes a final e
the Western Conferen
ship in its traditiona
Minnesota at Camp
urday, six of the Card
will be closing their
reers. They are Capt
ner, Frank "Bo" Cu
ley . Binish, Joseph J
Rose, and Gordon Co
Captain Wagner bn
Varsity lineup in 192
under George Little,1
mentor. Coach Glen
waite shifted him to
season, but he was b
early in the present c
Bo Cuisinier has d
one of the best quarte
Big Ten. Although s
five feet six inches hi
165 pounds and has
drive. He is a brilli
ceiver and a good fie
Binish came into
with his inspired
against Minnesota a
last year. Wisconsin
capable guards in Kre
nor. Kresky was shift
back this fall. Gen
playing regularly as,
back in 1926 and aga
has been handicapped
this season.

PIRV[ MicfiimanWrestlers, INTRAMURAL BUILDING
IL I L Td Meet t hicco I HOUSESMANY SPORTS
First Ma-&h Of Yehr -
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CoachCinum, which will house the Varsityj
wrestr wll open r dalrmet tank team as well as those using
wrestlers will open their dual meet1 it for rec.reation. The ntator.m
isinier Among season when they are matched ai fo rctid T e orium
as constructed leaves little to b1
I Play Final against Chicago on Jan. 11, with desired, those planning it having
Mlinnesota a trip to West Virginia to meet worked out a neutral color scheme
the Mountaineer matmen schedul-sor thatdothawn eradospeme-
INCLUDED ed for Jan. 19. Last yea the West ators will not experience an ir-
Virginia men invaded Ann Arbor, ritating glare from the water.
Daily) but were turned back by the Var- The natatorium also has accom-
-When Wis- sity. Reports from the South pro- modations for 3,500 spectators, a
ffort to clinch claim the Mountaineer team to be factor which should be instru -
ce champion- as powerful this year as last. mental in bringing out larger
l battle with Coach Keen is now. getting his crowds to witness the Varsity
Randall Sat- men in condition for the all-cam- swimming meets.
dinal athletes pus meet to be held in December. _
football ca- Every man .on the campus is ligi- Subscribe for the Michiganensian
t. Rube Wag- ble for this meet, and those in now. It costs only $4.00.I
isinier, Stan- charge expect about 125 entries in
Kresky, Gene the eight weights. !
nnor. Six new men will take the mat
oke into the when the Varsity opposes Chicago
. as a guard in the first meet, as only two vet-
then football erans are returning, Captain War-
in Thistleth- ren in the 158 pound class, and 1 u ,
o tackle last Hewitt, in the 125 pound division. D 011 L ive 1
ack at guard The new men out, however have
ampaign. shown plenty of pep and determin-
eveloped into ation to learn the art of wrestling A ll Y
rbacks in the ┬žo Coach Keen feels that the light-
standing only er divisions will be well takei care
gh, he weighs of, the chief worry being in the'
tremendous heavier classes. Several mnen from1
ant pass re- the football squad are expected to
ld general. help fill the vacancies hei'e, how- Step out of the shadow
prominence ever. Iio ei . n

VARSITY PREPARESFOR IOWA TILTI
(Continued From Page Six) ing fullback, carried the ball. The
given another look at the Iowa practice session closed with a si
plunging attack, special attention nal drill on running plays, two
being payed to the plays in which complete teams going through Ithe
Mayes McLain, the visitors' plung- Wolverine formations.

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310 So. State.

rophecy
On some rainy day, you will tum
down your hat and thank God
for John Hancock.

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acial independence. The
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of your earnings added
you in a position where
dpendent.

NOTICE-Dial 3916, Moe Laundry:
204 N. Main, for laundry service
Small enough to do good work
large enough to give service. 41'
TYPEWRITER S E R V I C E-New
Corona, Royal, Underwood, Rem-
ington, portables, also used largE
and portable typewriters of al
makes bought, sold, rented, ex
changed, cleaned, repaired. Larg
stock, best service, considerat
prices. Phone 6615. O. D. Morril
17 Nickels Arcaae.
NOTICE-H. W. Clark Shoe Fac
tory, corner of South Universit
and Forest. Let us save you 2
percent on your repair work
Only one shoe factory in towr
RIDING BOOTS from,$10 up; gol
shoes from $8 up; moccasins i:
ten different leather styles, $
All kinds of shoes made -to you
measure.-H. W. Clark.
PIANO TUNING-The Concert Art
ist Piano Tuner, phone 6776. Vic
tor Allmendinger. Not with an
music house. Exclusive plan
tuner for the University Schoo
of Music. Office at resic.ence
1608 Morton Ave.
Wed., Thu., Fri.
NOTICE-Will preson who too
note book and book from Barbe
cue Inn Mondaykevening pleas
return note book at Babcu
Inn? No questions asked.
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tackle play
nd Michigan
will lose two
sky and Con-
ed from full-
e Rose, after
a sophomore
in last year,
d by injuries

The work this year has consisted
of training exercises ,and funda-
mental holds and breaks so far, but
regular matches will start in about
two weeks. A long period of condi-
tioning is necessary in wrestling
because this sport, is gruelling, and
often condition will tell in a match
nearly as much as actual wrestling
ability.

IIAW ul s nblleo O!lnal
step is not long, the wayi
Account with a portion
regularly will soon place
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LOST-Black leather note boo
containing H i s t o r y 3 note
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Evening Dress
Distinguished But Not Faddish

Phone 6656

FOR SALE-Two Flonzaley Quartet
tickets. Main floor, rear. Call 379'7
between 12 and 1 Friday. $2.00
each. 53
FOR SALE-Underwood Portable
typewriter. Like new. Cost $50.
Priced $25, for quick sale. Phone
22491. Staub. 51,52,53
FOR SALE-Good Iowa tickets. Call
Secheimer, 3590. 51,52,53
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Either are correct and snmart when worn with the dinner jacket.
Homberg should be dark grey or black.

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dinner jacket.

breasted waistcoat will be most popular with the

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Dress Shirts
Two-stud shirts of imported pique made with the open back will be
very popular.
$3.50 upward

Girl's Hot Tip
Steers Student

to Favorite

Dress Shoes
The dull calf shoe built to plod the shape.

The shoe.-$9.00.

Trees--$1.00 and $2.00.

Overcoats

Pipe Tobacco
San Francisco, Cal.
Larus & Bro. Co.
Richmond, Va.
Gentlemen:
Since I first started -to smoke, I
have always smoked cigarettes.
One day SHE said to me "Ed,
dear, why don't you smoke a pipe. I
think those long straight-stemmed
pipesare so manly-looking."
So, naturally, I had to buy a long-
stemmed -pipe and a can of well, we'll
call it "Blubs Mixture tobacco." Im-
mediately with a certain feeling of
pride in my new pipe, I "lighted up"
and proceeded to have my tongue bit-
ten. I tried almost every brand I had
ever heard of, but none satisfied me.
Sadly, I had to confess to HER that
as a pipe smoker I was a, good die.-
titian.
"Did you try Edgeworth?" she
asked. "That is what dad smokes,
and he's always smoked a pipe."
So I was forced to try Edgeworth,
and all that I can say is that if every
fellow that has tried to accustom him-
self to a pipe, started with Edgeworth,

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The notch lapel jacket with dull satin or grograin lapel will be the
popular one. Trouser bottoms will be 19 or 20 inches.

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