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SUTNDAY, OCTOBl R, 20, 1929

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MICHIGAN LOSES FOURTH PERIOD. nessy replaced Fontaine. Heston Truskowski was grounded. A pass time out. A long pass from Trus- Fair Weather Brings
Steinke tackled Holman after a struck through the opposing left from Simrall to Truskowski was in- kowski to Heston made it a first B
GAME TO OHIO two-yard gain. Holman added three guard for one yard. Ohio taking complete. Simrall punted to Hol- down on Ohio's 15-yard line. Bi Crowd to Games
more at the same place. Steinke possession of the ball on downs man who was downed on the Ohio Gembis hit right tackle for two (By Associated Press)
broke up an attempted forward on its own 19-yard line. 27-yard line.
(Contiued From Page Six) pass by Holman, and Horn punted Coffee tried to go around right Holcomb made two yards off right yards. Truskowski made one more -Hitting its crest and aided by
backward pass, Heston sprinted to Simrall who signalled for a fair end and made one yard. Holcomb tackle. Holcomb again made two in the same place. A lateral pass generally perfect weather, football
around Ohio's left end for 15 catch and made it on Michigan's drove into the line but failed to at center. Coffee punted to Sim- to Heston netted five yards. On the yesterday drew a million and more
yards, giving Michigan a first down 22-yard line. gain. Coffee punted and Simrall rail who got a fair catch on Mich- fourth down Gembis failed by fanatics to college fields, attend-
on the Buckeye 11-yard line. Germ- Simrall fell down on an attempt- signaled for a free catch, but let igan's 42-yard line. On a double inches to make it a first down and ance at ten games alone aggregated
bis carried the ball out of hounds ed block and Heston was tackled the ball hit the ground five yards pass Simrall made seven yardshhh.
after making one yard. for an eight yard loss. Simrall in front of him. The ball bounded around right end. Gembis madethe ball went into the possession of more than 500,000. Ohio-State-
em gain yard then punted to Holman who caught back towards the line of scrimmage two yards at center. Poorman re- Ohio. Holcomb made no gain Michigan, 90,000; Notre Dame-Wis-
Gembis gained a yard at center. the ball in midfield. He was for- and Gembis picked it up and car- placed Hayden. Gembis went through the line as the whistle consin, 85,000; Pennsylvania-Cali-
Heston fumbled on an oifackle ed out of bounds after a five yard vied it to Ohio's 48 yard line. through left tackle for six yards blew.;forma, 70,000; Harvard-Army, 6
play and Selby recovered on Ohio's return. Fesler broke through and threw and a first down on Michigan's 49- - 000; Illinois-Iowa, 40,000; Yale-
11-yard line. Holcomb hit the inet Cornwell and Bovard broke aston for a two yard loss on an yard line. W Ads Brown, 40,000; Dartmouth-Co'nim-
of bounds at the Ohio 42-yard through and tackled Comde threa attempted end run. A pass by Ohio was penalized five yards for a P bia, 35,000.
line. ours yard loss.Michigan's left end. __...__
Heston made seven yards on a 'horn dropped back as if to pass
triple pass back of the scrimmage and was tackled by Steinke for a
line, through the Buckeyes' right 10-yard loss, Horn punted and
side. Gembis made it first down Simrall was downed as he made
on the Buckeye 32-yard line on a i the catch on Michigan's 21-yard
plunge through the line. Genm- )line
his hit right tackle for three yards. Heston rounded Ohio State's leftj
Coffee broke up a pass thrown by end cut down the side lines for
Truskowski towards Simrall. a sensational 41-yard run. He was
Another pass from Truskowski finally forced out of bounds at the
to Heston failed to connect and Buckeye 39-yard line.
Michigan was penalized five yards Heston was aided by some goody-"
for the second incompleted pass. blocking on his run.
Simrall punted over the goal line Ohio took time out.-
and Ohio put the ball in play at Horn tackled Heston for a two-
its 20-yard line. yard gain on an attempted end run.
Coffee gained two yards in two Larkins was injured and took time
plays and Horn dropped back to . out. Haubrich went in for Larkins.
punt. Horn punted to Simrall who Gembis plunged through Ohio's
caught the ball on his own 40- right guard for seven yards.
yard line. Ie returned it but four Truskowski made it first down
yards. Gembis gained seven yards I on Ohio's 27-yard line. Ohio State
in two plays, through the Ohio line again called for time out. Gembis
Simrall punted to Holman who hit left guard for three yards. He
caught the ball on his 10-yard line. was tackled by Marsh. Heston was
He was forced out of bounds af- forced out of bounds after making
ter a 17-yard return. Hiolcornb four yards around Ohio's left end.
found a hole at Michigan's left Heston was stopped for no gain,
tackle for seven yards, and he add- on an off tackle smash. O'Shaugh- *
ed two more on another plunge. -- - -,-, F
Holcomb made it first down for DALCROZE EURYTHMICS
Ohio on the Buckeye 37-yard line 'Modern Education in
as the quarter ended.. RHYTHM
Score: Ohio State 7; Michigan 0.1 N MOVEMENT
TYPEWRITERS- gMUSIC SHOPPING DIRECTORY
RIBBONS Bodily Technique, Plastic Movement, 14
SUPPLIES Solfege Improvisation, Piano,
U akES Composition. (Cu This Out And Keep In A Convenient Place)
for all makes of NORMAL TRAINING
Typewriters. Dalcroze Certificate Provides
Rapid turnover, fresh stock, insures New Profession for College and Mussic
inodt ae prce.students
best quality at a moderate price Booklet on RequestAJ
PAUL BEPLBANKS jW L4
0. D. MORRILL 9 East 59th St., New York Ann Arbor Savings .707 North University Carl Bey ..... 16 Nickels Arcade
314 South State St. Phone 6615 Volunteer 1357 Farmers and Mechanics Nickels Arcade Burr Patterson & Auld 6 Churht
_______ ___Hallrs 35 South State
BARBER SHOP Schander and Seyfried 304 South Main
it ~ua ~~ ~~us ~ iiDewey Smith .......1110 So.uth University LAUN RE

George 's RESTAURANT
A Surprise In Store For You-Real Home Cooking
611 East William, near Campus
Special Sunday Chicken Dinner 75c
MUSIC
L L
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Here are a few tried-and-true things that
you need during the present epidemic of
grippe and heavy colds. During all of
next week, these special prices will be in
effect at all of our stores. Stock up now!r

ZERBST'S CAPSULES

If they don't relieve your cold in 24
hours, let us know and we'll refund your
money without question.

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BEAUTY SHOPS
College Beauty Shop..
DiMattia Beauty Salon.
Michigan Beauty Shop.
Raggedy Ann Beauty
Romona Beauty Shop..
Stoddard Hair Shop

BOOKS, STATIONERY, SUPPLIES
Mayer and Schairer 1...12 South Main
0. D. Morrill.,..............314 South State
Print and Book Shop. ....521 E. Jefferson
S. and S. Supply. .. .... . . .305 Maynard
Slaters Inc. ..... ..... 320 & 334 S. State, 549 E. U.
Student Supply .............1111 South University
George Wahr's.............. 316 South State

CANDY AND SODAS
Betsy Ross...............
Sweetland ........
Preketes Sugar Bowl.
CLEANERS

Ni.kels Arcade
T1 South Main
109 South Main

... 300South State
540 South State
Michigan Theater Bldg.
Shop. . . 111 South University
..625 E. Liberty
..707 North University

White Swan .............. .
Moe Laundry............
Trojan Laundry
Varsity Laundry ...........

American Dry Cleaners.
American Rug Cleaning..
Goldman Cleaners......
Greene Cleaners.......
Michigan Cleaners
Oswald Katz, Cleaner.
University Cleaners.
COAL
Cornwell Coal

215 E. Washington
1032 Greene
214 South State
516 E. Liberty
523 E. Liberty
814 South SMate
Ypsi-Ann Building
I isron and Foiurth

Press Bldg., Maynard St.
204 North Main
.615 E. Liberty
300 South Fifth

MEN'S CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS
Browning, King Co...... .....319 South Main
Conlin and Wetherbee ........ 118 E. Washington
Tom Corbett ................ 116 E. Liberty
Del Prete ..................213 E. Liberty
Factory Hat Store.. ... . ........617 Packard
Fiegel's ....................332 South Main
Greenwood & Kilgore .........324 South State
Marquardt, Tailor ...........608 E. Liberty
Masten and& Chase ...........211 South Main
Miltons Inc. ................119 South Main...........
R. & B. Clothing ............ 214 South Main...........
Saffell and Bush . .. . ......604 E. Liberty
Thompson's ................1107 South University
Tinker & Co...............342 South State
Van Boven Inc...............326 South State
Wadhams & Co... ....... 109 E. Washington
Wagner Co. ..... ..... 303 South State
Wild & Co.................311 South State
MARKE'T
Dawn Donuts ...........216 E. Washington
forest Ave Market .......... 530 Forest
MUSIC
University Music House,...... Maynard at William
Choral Union Concerts .. .. Hill Auditorium"
REAL ESTATE
A. S. Lynden................302 Ypsi Ann Bldg.
Brooks-Newton .............. Liberty at Fourth
RECREATION
Mullison's Stables ...........326 E. Ann
Huston Bros. Billiards ........ 307 South State
Saunders Canoe Livery.....:.Foot of Cedar
RESTAURANTS AND TEA ROOMS

Alkaline Gargle
Regular 75 Cent Value

49c

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ADVERTISING
NOTICE
PIANO-TUNING -- Phone 6'7
Victor Allmendinger. The Stein-
way concert artist tuner. Office
at residence. 1608 Morton Ave.
2340
STUDENTS NOTICE
The best laundered clothes make
the neatest appearance. Collars
starched on request. Serivee in-
cludes repair work.
MOE LAUNDRY
204 North Main d 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 rhythm and pep are ready
for your parties. Dial 4752. We also
book Detroit Colored Bands. The
band plays Thursday night at
Woodma's Hall, 215 South Main.
3456
GET THAT OVERCOAT OUT-Re-
lining and repairing of the better
kind. Work done by EXPERT
TAILORS. T. B. Lyons. Dial
5516. 345
SEND YOUR CLEANING
ANYWHERE
But for a real pressing job T. B.
Lyons. Dial 5516.
TUXEDOES PRESSED FIFTY
CENTS 345
MACK TUTORING AGENCY
150 Tutors All Subjects
310 S. State St. Phone 7927
'Tommie Mack, A.B., Director
WE BUY USED CLOTHING
H. BENJAMBIN
215 E. Washington Phone 4310
134c
--RADIO SERVICE
Competent service men on all
makes of radios.
STIMPSON RADIO SERVICE
Dial 21408 521 East Liberty
123
SALESMAN WANTED- For radio
and appliance department. Call
Friday and Saturday morning,
Mack & Co., Mr. Morton, 3rd floor
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-A blue chinchille coat
will sell at reasonable price;
-practically new. Call 5870. 12
FOR SALE-For Ohio game-beau-
tiful design arm bands. Wholesale
price. Ohio color only. Dial
3276. See Mr. Jordan. 45
FOR SALE->L-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. Phone 3236 or Univ.
248 M. 56
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-A room with private
bath in the heart of the city for
graduate student or instructor.
Convenient tophospital and Uni-
versity. Telephone 3877. 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, 588 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. Diala21759. 45
LOST-Between League and State
bunch of keys. If found, please
leave at Daily office or Phone
21416. 5
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Calkins-Fletcher
MINERAL OIL
A special, heavy pure product,
and effective. Easily a $1 value

PINT
59c

bland

DANCING
Armory .....2
Grangers.. .........
Michigan Union......
Michigan League............r
DEPARTMENT STOR ES
Goodyear Co...............
Mack & Co. . .
Montgomery Ward & Co. .
DRUGS
Calkins-Fletcher. .........
Crippens Store No. 3_......
Eberbach & Sons. ...... .,...2
Edsill Drug Co.. .... . . .... . .
Swift Drug ..... .. . .
ELECTRICAL AND RAD
Arborphone Sales.
Ernst Bros.................
Detroit Edison..............
Stimpson Radio............. i
FINANCIAL
Brown-Cress & Co............l
Merrill Lynch & Co.. ... F
FLORISTS
Flowerday & Son .
FURS
E. L. Greenbaum...4
FURNITURE
Chas. Wuerth & Co.......
GRAVEL
Killins Gravel Co...........

223 E. Ann
Huron near State
South State
North University
124 South Main
Main at Liberty
South Fourth near Liberty
324 & 818 S. State, '1.01 S. U.
North University at Thayer
200 East Liberty
208 South Main
340 South State
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521 E. Liberty
210 South Fourth
Main at William
52) E. Liberty
VMain at Huron
"ist National Bank Bldg.
609 E. William

Boat Club ...............
Clarks Tea Room-........ .
Freeman's Dining Room.....
Forest Inn ................
George's Restaurant ........
Tap Room ...............
Lane Hall Tavern ..........
Palace.. ................
Parrot ....................
R. and S. Lunch...........
Miller's Potat-O-Chips.....
SCHOOLS
Hamilton Business College,....
Mack Tutoring Agency.....
SHOE REPAIRING
A. T. Cooch & Son . . ..... .
SHOE STORES

Whitmore Lake .....
11102 South University
809 E. Washington
538 Forest
..611 E. William
.. Michigan Union
State at Washington
601 E. Liberty
338 South State
605 Church
224 South State
State at William
310 South State
1109 South University ,

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Calkins' Cold Capsules
For many years known throughout the city for their effec-
tiveness. A monoaceticacidester of acetylsalicilieV acid com-
pound.
HOT WATER
BOTTLE SPECIAL
Fine, new live-rubber bottles, only7

Alexander Inc. ............324 South State
Campus Bootery. .......304 South State.
Kinney Shoe Co............. 117 South Maio
L. and B. Shoe Store.........620 E. Liberty
J. Murphy Boot Shop. . . . ... . .9 Nickel's Arcade

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448 Spring St.
113-115 E. Washington
5 Kresge Bldg.

SPORT GOODS
George Moe ............. North University, 902 State
WOMEN'S GARMENTS AND FURNISHINGS
Collins Shop ...............600 E. Liberty
Fashion Shop ...............201 E. Liberty
Goodyear Co. ...............124 South Main
Kress Stores ................ 115 E. Liberty
Kline Stores ................Main, near Liberty
Mack & Co.................Main and Liberty
McKinsey Hat Shop ...........227 South State
E. F. Mills Co...............118 South Main
Rubley Shop ...............8 Nickel's Arcade
Vogue Shop ................221 South Main

GIFTS
Art and Gift Shop,..

218 South State

These merchants have the full endorsement of the MICHIGAN DAILY
and deserve vour natrnuo-e.

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