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SATURDAY, OCTGSBER 19, 1929

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THREE

BIG

TEN

GAMES OP GRIDIRON

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ILLISTFITEESIHAKEIAMDNI[OA CLASD ALIFORNIA GRID SQUAD ARRIVES S S FRENT m NUC INTEREST IS SIAOWN BOB SIAWKE IS NAMED
FORGAM WIH PNNSLVAIAVEWE E1EE MMAN IN AThLETIC FRATERNITY AS lIUGGINS SUCCESSOR
FOR GAME. WITH PENNSYLVANIA --
cunin(Continued F'POra P'aue Six Interest in the Sigma Delta Psi (By A-cia po

NOTICE
^ NFOTICE !

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Anna Cayer has moved shop'
new location at 213 Glen.-

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...wULD UL-UL--L - __ former an all-Arn erian aud- in hi tests has run rather high this tall NEW YORK, Oct. 17.-The plans
California's Golden Bears took ters of Penn and the famed Benny as shown by the large number of of Miller Huggins for the Yankees
-Thursday morning off to go to Lom as the principals. .lophomo e year, Ohio State has tWO competitors who have tried out were so far-seeing that the midget
Wildcats and Gophers to Meet Washington to call on President Princeton has restored to secret of the classiest wugnien in the Big and the numerous requests which manager actually provided, as long
at Chicago for Other Hoover, but proceeded to Philadel- workouts in preparation for todiy's Ten. Both are fast, alert an deaci- have been received for information as five years ago, a course of action
phia in the afternoon to get in game with Cornell. Coach Roper y tacklers and ar expected to pny concerning the tests. For those un- to be followed in the vent of his
Conference Game. shape for the Pennsylvania game has been experimenting with his a prominent part in the aerial at acquainted with this organization, own death-which occurred three
W C I M T this afternoon. The Bears had only backfield in punting, Lowii it tack of Ohio Sla-t againit M it is a National Honorary tletic weeks ago. Jacob Ruppert, com-
CISH one practice during the week, that seems, will get the punting assign- ga. Fraternity. Anyone who isable to
,being at Stagg Field in Chicago, ment for today's tie-up. pass the following 12 tests is eligi- rifles, had such great faith in even
Rivalry of other years on West where they stopped over en route In preparation for today's en- 1/Mi Ma ;i,1i h ble to become a member. the slightest suggestion of his
em Conference griirons will be east. Yesterday the Westerners counter with Brown, Coach Stev. IOva lUJlast W el fo a touchl- It is necessary to run the 100- diminutive field marshal that he
re-enacted this afternoon when were taken on a sight seeing trip ens of the Blue and White has enn i n Wll t h wii Lai<is at yard dash in 11 and three-fifths faithfully followed Higgin's lead in
six Big Ten schools battle in cham- and did not even get in uniform. phasized an aerial attack for his the tackles and Selby and lijhieyi, seconds, the 220-yard low hurdles announcing tonight that Robert J.
pionship contests. Penn has concentrated on its at- cohorts. The Yale eleven is working both veterans, will be at the guards. in 31 seconds, to high jump 5 feet, Shawkey would be the next mana-
Illinoise journeys to the lair of tack in preparation for the Golden nard to win; las; Saturday's defeat raf Barratt 24 pound center to broad jump 17 feet, to put the ger of the Yankees.
the Hawkeyes to take part in what Staters, and in relying almost en- at the hands of Georgia still ring- who played against Michigan when 16-pound shot 30 feet (for persons The veteran pitcher and recent
appears to be the feature tussel of tirely on straight football to beat mg in their ears. Wilson at quarte;; performing for Michigan State a under 16G pounds this test is re- coach of pitchers for the Yanks
Snead at left half; Miller at right few years ago, will handle center duced ,proportionately), to kick a atom to succeed to the managerial
the day. The champion Ilinihaveth Westerners, A lively punting half; and Dunn at full will be to- duties 'l'he backfield will consist football 40 yards on the fly, to mantel Arthur Fletcher was first
without a slip and will be favored duel is expected to ensue with Mas- days starting backfield for old Eli, of Allan I-olman, quarterback I throw a baseball 250 feet on the'mnte hug Flgt'herdiaspigst;
over the men of Ingwerson. The orn and McConnell, halves, and fly or to throw the javelin 130 feet,the former Giant infielder and
ability of the Iowans is not di - THREE BIG TEN GRID TILTS WILL f cCnnell, to run one mile in six minutes, to Philadelphia manager told Colonel
whose punting has beni one of the! pole vault eight feet six inches. to Rupr!ewudpee ormi
nted bause of e fa" A F E C T C O N FE R E N C E C H A M PIO N SH IP b h t f s i t laof t swim 100 yads in 1:45 and to do a' s e se n p t a a
loss to Ohio bya single point last AF E TP I E P hspentcaiyasochf
Saturday at Columbus, but rather --- - ---BUckey s this season, wil again tumbling event which consists of a the Yankees.
to the uncanny smooth running at-| CHICAGO, Ill, Oct. 1--odays 000 in attendance. take care of the kicking assign- f handspriing, a handstandfor
toteunan sot rnig n; tIl, 8Toa' 10 seconds and a fence vault at the! The appointment of Shawkey
tack which the Zuppke coa('hed!mid-western football will start go- The battle at Iowa city may turn mont. height of one's chin. Correct pos- was a surprise to baseball circles
outfit has demonstrated. |ing in four major conflicts, three out to be one of the most import- Ohio State will be "keyed for a ture is also required. as the names of Fletcher, Robert J.
The return of the backfield ace, of the headline attractions will in- ant of the year because it will be football game for the first time this A Varsity letter may be substi- Connery, president of the St. Paul
Wallie Walker, to the lineup of the ' volve Big Ten championship com- the first start of Illinois in its cam- season when Michigan is opposed tuted for any of the requirements club, and Eddie Collins, the Ath-
Sucers is offset by the anothe petition, with Illinois receiving its paign for a third successive West- Saturday. The coaches and play- except swimming, but this privilege letic infielder and coach, had
men of Captain Glassg ofhrtattinern conference championship. es i calize that they have a fine is limited to the three major monopolized the speculation re--
Hawks is ready to play after a two reeting the tough Iowa eleven at Coach Robert Zuppke's two time chance of copping the annual Wo sports. In order to recognize in- garding the next leader of the club.
keek. lago w ione ofn tjed Iowa City, Northwestern battl champions have been coasting long viuW lash and everything is cen- tramural sports in the same man- It was recalled, however, that both
smartest running backs in middle Minnesota at Evanston, and Ohio against no competition other than ered upon this one idea. nr a subsitution will be allowed Huggins and Ruppert always had
sEBradley and Kansas and the going This game bringing together for an intramural campus cham- thought highly of Shawkey's abill--
western football and should cause State engaging Michigan at Ann itomorrow promises to be tougher Coaches Wilaan of Ohio State pionship in tennis, golf, handballities, both on the field and in the
the Ill orwards plenty of wory. Arbor. The fourth major attrac-____________ ad Kipke of Michigan will mark squash, boxing, wrestling, or fen-' dug-out, and that the late mana-
Wildcats Meet Gophers. tion will bring together Notre Dame WARD ' MEET HOWARD the first time there two have faced ing providing a minimum of 42 ger welcomed the former pitcher
Northwestern, with her brilliant and Wisconsin at Soldier's Field, ;each other as opposing coaches. men are entered in the tournament. Sprin ate ob a cahmist
victory of last Saturday over Wis- Chicago, with the prospect of a IN FINAL O TOURNAMENT Both are warm personal friends but_ Spring after Bob had finshed
consin safely tucked in her stock- sell-out crowd of more than 100, T--- at just about 2:30 p. n. today this 165000 Chicago Fans his active career in Montreal.
ing, will play host to another _.-- -The-all-campus golf tournament friendship will cease until approx-W
bonecrusher from out of the north- has reached the final round with imately three hours later. to Watch F;oot Bal
land, Minnesota The Gophers are fore itthis year including a clean Dave Ward playing Johnny How- Ohio has two new additions to PhO 251
credited with another powerful cut victory over the Navy last Sat- ard. H o w a r d defeated Hobart t.coa worew i ons , CHICAGO, Oct. 18.-In the
driving team and should force the urday, will be favorite to take yesterday afternoon by the a-ec an fom N Dam and neighborhood of 165,000 football
title contending Wildcats to the charge of affairs. narrow m a r g i n of one up rem-Abredas om ote famous fans will witness the sport in Chi-
limit. The loss of their All-Confer- The Badger hosts however are by the narrow margin of 1 upF Horsem andeore aus cago Saturday, taking their pick
ence captain, Hank Bruder, will of another mind. After an inven- while Ward lived up to the expec-'Four Horsemen, and George Haus- of three games. The Notre Dame- FOREST AVENUE MARKET
probably be a severe blow to Coach tory of his scattered forces result- tations by defeating Jarvis Hicks, er, an all-American tackle at Wisconsin game at Soldiers' Field'
Hanley's cause. lng from the Wildcat disaster brother of Helen Hicks. who won Minnesota a few years ago, but un- is expected to attract 100,000, while e Iores Aveirme
In the third Big Ten classic the Thistlethwaite has elected one Tory the so-called women's derby til this fall, head coach at Colgate. about 45,000 will watch Minnesota
so-clle woen' deby hisMiller is the backfield coach andan Notwsenbtlfra
ambitious Ohioans fresh from their Oman to carry the brunt of the rummer by a large margin, in a de- I h and Northwestern battle for a
upset win over Iowa take the field Crimson running attack. cisive fashion, 4 up and 3 to play. auser spends his time tutoring the chance at the Big Ten title. Chi- Sweet Cide, GaI 45c
at Ann Arbor bent on handing the Colgate Comes West. Ward is the former state amateur powerful forward wall. cago's doubleheader bill with
Wolverines their second conference Indiana will attempt a comeback golf champion and has been medal- Of the team which faced Michi- Ripon the Indiana Normal, will
loss. The odds will be highly prob- at the expense of Colgate this aft- ist for the last three years in this gan last year only three new faces draw about 20,000 customers. Fresh Dressed.
lematical with a Michigan team 'ernoon on the Hoosier's turf. The tournament. will appear. Those are Fontaine at - -------._ __
bent on emerging from the slump Indians suffered a surprising defeat: The final between Ward and left end, Marsh at left tackle, and ToJf 41
which hit them in the closing min- at the hands of Chicago last week Howard on Monday should be a nice Holcomb, fullback, all sophomores. a-y Chckens,
utes of last Saturday's Purdue and will have tough picking match, though Ward should win. Only three seniors will be in the U T NBRO
game and which has continued picking against the powerful New Students are urged to come out to Ohio State starting lineup, Hol- * Fresh Spare Ribs, lb 21c
through this week's practice ses- Yorkers. Barton Hills at 1:30 o'clock and see man, quarterback, Ujhelyi, guard,
sion. In the other two-conference a fine game of golf. and Barratt, center Billiards for Tradition
Knute Rockne's fighting Irish ( games Purdue meets DePauw and,;~~- ---- --
will try to follow in the footsteps Chicago plays host to Ripon. Withi
of Northwestern in turning the at- the strongest team in recent years
tack of Wisconsin this afternoon on the Boilermakers should encounter
Grant Field. The Notre Dame clan little difficulty with their fellow
which has carried everything be- Hoosiers.

PIANO TUNING - Phone 6776.
Victor Allmendinger. The Stcin-
way concert artist tuner. Office
at residence, 1608 Morton ve.
23CC
STUDENTS NOTICE
The best laundered clothes make
the neatest appearance. Collars
starched on request. Serive in-
cudes repair work.
MOE LAUNDRY
204 North Main 3916
We call and deliver, C
WAKE UP CHILDREN! WAKE UP!
Cooper's C o 1 o r e d Wolverine
Stompers, known for their South-
land rhytlun and pep are ready
for your parties. Dial 4752. We also
book Detroit Colored Bands. The
band plays Thursday night at
Woodman's Hall, 215 South Main.
3456
GET THAT OVERCOAT OUT-Re-
lining and repairing of the better
kind. Work (lone by EXPERT
TAILORS,'T'. B. Lyons. Dial
5516. 345
SEND YOUR CLEANING
ANYWHERE
But for a real pressing job T. L.
Lyons. Dial 5516.
TUXODES PRESSED FIFTY
CENTS 345
MACK TUTORING AGENCY
150 Tutors All Subjects
310 S. State St. Phone 7927
Tommie Mack, A.B., Director

NOTICE
WE BUY USED CLOTHING
H. BENJAMBIN
E. Washington Phone 4310
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EFFICIENT SERVICE
THE REASON,
This bank would never have grown to is
present size except for its efficient service. For
SERVICE added to safety is about all a bank has
to sell.
Our depositors have grown steadily in num-
ber because those who first catie here were sat-
sfied with the service and told their friends.
Upon the basis of Srevice, plus safety, we
invite the accounts of fires and individuals.

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FIRSTMETHODIST
CHURCH
Cor. S. State and E. Washington Sis.
Min., Rev. Arthur W. Stalker, D. D.
Associate Minister, Rev. Samuel J.
Harrison Student Director, Mr.
Johnson.
10:30 A. M.-Morning Worslip.
"THE FACI OF JESUS," Dr.
Stalker's sermon subject.
12:00 M.-TWO BIBLE CLASSES
FOR STUDENTS AT WESLEY
HALL. Leaders, Professor Car-
rothers and Mr. Ralph Johnson.
6:00 P. M.-Wesleyan Guild Devo-
tional Meeting. "THE DUTY OF
INTELLIGENCE," Dr. Stalker,
Leader.
7:00 P. M. -Open House at Wesley
Nall.
7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship.
"THE FUNCTION OF TFll-
CHURCH," Rev. Mr. Harri)on.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1
Huron and Division Sts.
Merle H. Anderson, Ministei'
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell, Secretary for
Womnen

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
On East FliEtron, west of State
Rev. R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Howard R. Chapun-an, Minister for
Students.
I :30 A. M.--"SIf RITUJAI RE-
SILENCY" is the subject of Mr
,ayles' sermon.
f 2E00 N.--Church School.
1 2:00 N .-The Student (Groinrmeets
at Guild House. Mr. Chapman
wil be in charge.
5:30-P. M. --Student Friendship
}-Four. Informal social time. Re-
freshments are served during the
hour.
6:30 P. M.-The Devotional Hour,
in chat rg~ of Mr. [latrry Larson,
Grad with the ltpic, ''In vestment
aci Incom ,,"

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fointh Ave. between Packard and
William
Rev. Theodore R. Schmale
9:00 A. M.----Bible School.
10:00 A. M-Morning Worship. W.
W. Bunge of Rochester, Minnesota
will be the speaker.
11:00 A. M.--German Service.
5:30 P. M.--Student Fellowship and
Discussion Hour.
7:00 P. M.-Young People's Dis-
cussion. T o p i c : "Our Sister
Churches."

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
State and William
Allisont Ry -lHeaps, Minister
10:15 A. M.-Sermon by the Min-
ister. "Great Possessions---What
Are They?'"
5:30 P. M.--Student Fellowship and
Suppper.
6:30 P. M.-Prof. Karpenski in an
illustrated address "Hunting Old
Books in Eastern Europe."

RADIO SERVICE
Competent service men on all
makes of radios.
STIMPSON RADIO SERVICE
Dial 21408 521 East Liberty
123c
SALESMAN WANTED-- For radio
and appliance department. Call
Friday and Saturday morning,
Mack & Co., Mr. Morton, 3rd floor
FOR SALE
FOR SALE--For Ohio game-beau-
ti'ful 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 22413. 123456
FOR SALE--Cheap. One "E" Flat
Alto Benscher Saxaphone. Dial
22040 or call at 205 North Ingalls.
561
FOR SALE-York trumpet in good
condition.i Phone 3236 or Univ.
248 M. 56
FOR RENT
FOt RENT--7 room terrace, like
new; across from Women's
League Building; 3 bedrooms;
garage; everything separate;
rent reasonable. Call 9436. 345
FOR RENT-A room with private
bath in the heart of the city for
graduate student or instructor.
Convenient to hospital and Uni-
versity. Telephone 3827. 56
WANTED
WANTED-Barber for Saturday.
St. Jame's Barber Shop, 121 W.
Huron St. 45
WANTED-Students to enjoy a real
meal. Forest Inn, 538 Forest. C
LOST
LOST-Moore black and white
fountain, pen between Alumni
Hall; and Library, Saturday. Dial
5546. 345
LOST-Ladies' blue leather hand
bag. Reward. Dial 21759. 45
LOST-Between League and State
bunch of keys. If found, please
leave at Daily office or Phone
21416. 5
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This business has been growing ever
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10:45 A.
Sermon:
edge."

M. - Morning Worship.
"Revelation and Knowl -

12:00 M. St nden Class. 't'eacher:
Prof. I oward Y. McClusky.
5:30 P. M. - Social Hour for Young
People.
6:30 P. M.- Young People's Meet-
ing. Leader: Andrew Barlock.

UNITARIAN CHURCH
State arill Huron Sts,
Rev. Harold P. Marley, Minister
10:30 A. M,--School of Religion.
10:45 A. M.-- Cliurch service. Dr.
Roy Wood Sellars, 'Professor of
philosophy in the University of
Michigan, will speak on "HUman -
ism and the Good Life."
6:00 P. M.- Students' Union Sup-
per. Discussion at 7:00 by Howard
Y. McClusky, Assistant Professor
of Educational Psychology, on the
topic "Intellectual Honesty.'
ZION LUTHEI1RAN CHURCH
W "shin'tn St. at Fifth Ave.
. C. 'a ikorn, Pastor
9:00 A. M..I Bible School.

Attend
church
regularly
On
Sund a

ST. ANDREW'S
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Division and Catherine Sts,
Rev. Henry Lewis, Rector
Rev. T. L. Harris, Assistant
8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion.
9:30 A. M~/.-Holy' Communion.
(Student Chapel in Harris Hall.)
9:30 A. M.-Church School. (Kin-
dergarten meets at 11 o'clock.)
11:00 A. M.-Morning Prayer; ser-
mon by Mr. Lewis.
6:30 P. M.-Student supper in
Harris Hall followed by three study
groups led by Mr. Harris, Miss
Gammack and Prof. Robert Angell.
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Liberty Sts,
C. A. Brauer, Pastor

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SERVICES AT T1'E,

FIRST CHURCH
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 S. Division St.
10:30 A. M.-Regular Morning
service. Sermon topic: "Doctrine
of Atonement."

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