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October 18, 1929 - Image 7

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VARSITY GRID TEAM fDI.SPLAYS
STRENGTH IN LAST SO.'l- CRIMMAGE-d

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on the field, Here things began t~
appear more realistic. A regular
scrimmage developed at thi:s point
with "B"' team the recipient of the
kickoff.
Berkowitz and Bedenweig comn-
bined to rip off 15 yards on suc-
cessivec plays around the Varsity's
left end. This proved the only ef-
fective ball carrying which the re-
serve team was able to show all
afternoon. Virtually all of the re-
mainder of the "B" advanceswr
negligible with, the Varsity linemjen

showing :ability in stopping I he
second(1s before they were ab le to
el, underway.
The opening lineup for the first,;
tearm saw H Tewitt and Draveling at'
the ends, Auer and Roach at
tackle, Steinke and Igoe a ardls,
fI~ovard, center; Simrall, 'Ill"uskow-
sk! I-dson, and Gembis in theF
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CLOSSIF U
NOTICE
I4OTICE !
Anna Cayer has moved shop o
new location at 213 Glen. 45
PIANO TUNING -- Phone 6776.
Victor Alirntendinger. The Stein-
way concert artist tuner. Office
at residence, 1608 Morton Ave.
2340
' STUDENTS NOTICE _
rlThe bet laundered clothles akIE'
the( n-eatest appearance. Collars
>itarclied on request. Serivee in-
(ludes repair work.
MOE LAUNDRY
204 North. Main 3916
We call and deliver. C
WAKE UP CHILDREN! WAKE UP!.
Cooper's C o 10o r e d Wolverinae
Stompers, known for their South-
land rhythm and pep are ready
for your' parties. Dial 4752. We also
book :Detroit Colored Bands. The
band plays Thursday night at
Wo: :an's Hall, 215 South Main.
3456
C. r TITHAT OVERCOAT OUT-Re-
lh ing and repairing of the better
kind. Work done by EXPERT
TAILORS. T. B. Lyons. Dial
.1516. 345
SEND YOUR CLEANING
'\NYWHERE.
11ti or a real pressing job T. L.
Ly'ons. D ial 5516.
'1U xOrJS PRESSED FIFTY
CENTS 345
MACX TUTORING AGENCY
1:) '1'otors All Subjects
310U ""J. State St. Phone 7927
'I"oir-inhi(' Mack, A.B3., Director
NOTICE
WE' 1BUY USED CLOTHING
11. BENJAMBIN
:,15 E. Washington Phone 4310
134c
NoTIC(E Boat Club Restaurant
Whiitmore Lake open all winter.
D~ianel parties and dancing.
Phone 9175. F. M. Stofflet and
Lane Lee proprietors. C
RADIO SERVICE
Competent service men on all
make$ of radios.
STIMPSON RADIO SERVICE
Dial 21408 521. East Liberty
SALESMAN WANTED- For radio
and appliance department. Call
Friday and Saturday morning,
Mack & Co., Mr. Morton, 3rd floor

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Hart Sehaffner & Max Gren-
adier blue-verv good in ei'lege
model.
Let Us Suggest Your Accessories
Col InI & cetherbee
11 8 East Washington Street

State Street i At "Th ik-IArcade
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213 E. Liberty St.

The Varsity Laundry is Opl". us.

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FOR SALE-For Ohio game-beau-
tiful design arm bands. Wholesale
price. Ohio color only. Dial
3276. See Mr. Jordan.' 45'
FOR SALE-Cider, grape juice,
grapes, apples, potatoes, and
wood. Call 9534 or 2241:3. 123456
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-7 room terrace, like
new; across from Women's
League Building; 3 bedrooms;
garage; everything separate;
rent reasonable. Call 9436. 345
FOR RENT-Nice, quiet front room
near campus and University Hos-
pital. Also garage. Phone 6147.
1412 Geddes Ave. 34
FOR RENT-Nice, quiet front room
'inear campus and University Hos-
pital. Also garage. Phone b6417.
1412 Geddes Ave. 23
WANTED
WANTED-Barber for Saturday.
St. Jame's Barber Shop, 121 W.
Huron St. 45
W A N TED-Several !Ohio State
tickets. Call Dougwell. 4636. 4
STENOGRAPHER for one or two
hours work daily. Must be fairly
experienced, able to take dicta-
tion rapidly and accurately. Man
Cpreferred. Box 1, Mich. Daily.
WANTED-Students to enjoy a real
meal. Forest Inn, 538 Forest, C
ATTENTION STUDENTS
For self-supporting students desir-
ing fascinating remunerative
work either temporary or perma-
nent, may I suggest that many
students of both sexes have earn-
ed scholarships and cash suffi-
cient to defray all college ex-
penses representing national
'magazine publishers. If ihtei -
ested write or wire for details, M.
A. Steele, National Organizer, 5
Columbus Circle, New York, N. Y.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 12, 3
LOST
LOST-Moore black and white
fountain pen between Alumni
Hall and Library, Saturday. Dial
5546. 345
LOST-A Phi Gamma Delta pen-
dant watch charm Tuesday on

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consider extravagance
a virture.
.I's Our thirty-two store volume of
tnisintess that keeps down the price...
and it'sour twenty-six year !S (f tiI oriflg
experience that keeps uthdi quality.

standing smlartncsys in pattern, weave and
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mod~cels, thae)' make tip rich as; ygu'-
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