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September 24, 1929 - Image 18

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MICHIGAN

DAILY

TUESDAY,

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.ns for the ticket distribution
he 1929 football season have
mailed to all incomin~g fresh-
Ho~wever, for the sake of,
ng up all doubts as' to the
for ticket distribution, a short
wi may prove convenient.
e games are to be played on
gan's home schedule. These
de the opener of the season,
uble header with Albion arnd.
Union, the traditional 'battle
Michigan State, the 'annual
with Ohio State's Buckeyes,
f-zge intersectional spectacle
Havard and the closing' game
Iowa.

I AMBASSADOR ILLj
ILADS TEAM TO MEXICO FROM O VERWORK '
(By Associated Press)
BRUSSELS, Sept. 23 -- United
fi. States Ambassador Hugh S. Gibson
will- leave Wednesday for Italy for
s ~a; month of rest, on the order of
his physician, who thinks the dip-
7 .. lomat is suffering from heart trou-
ble as the result of overwork. The
ambassa~dor is curtailing all public
receptions. Ambassador Gibson, in
i addition to his duties at the Bel-
gian court, long has been one of
the most important American re-
presenitatives in Europe in connec-
tion with 'naval matters and dis-
armament negotiations.
Newell Bud Morse, former varsity
second baseman will report to the
Yankees at the beginn~ing of the
spring training se'asonI in 1930. j

M1 sapKI4EIOg ta'ies".

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X26 E. Ann St. and Fair Ground
(Out as-qkson Ave.)}

Greetings to the
Class of 1933!.

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You surely want to
ride while at Michigan.
We take pride in offer-
ing a large ' aind- fine
selection of. gaited hors
-'-Our Ann'. tre et
Stables are within walk-
ing distance 'of your
campus. If~ you have
more time ypu may 'go
to the Fair Ground
Stables (located next to
Grand Stand)' out Jaick-
son' Aveniue. Ther~e : you
may ride directly on
country -roads ~"-free
from cot estioft-r-
through shady stretches
andt along' the scentic
Huron. We shall' be
glad to furnish in'forma,
tion about or tale-
boarding falities --=our
READ 1flE DAILY CLaSSIJ3S

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DiscrimnatngStudents Come

to

THE PRINT,

&3 BOOK SHOP

321 E. JPER~iSON STREET
ONE BLOCK WEST OF STATE ST.

ganmes except that With 'Al-
vil start at 2:30 o'clock.' The'
header on 'the opening date
ake it necessary to :'mdvO tht,
1g time up to 1: 31) o'clock.
is double header,'-wl.th Mich-
"B" ~team meeting 4JAt. tUnion
aof Ohio and Michigan's
y clasl'aing with Albion, there
no reserved seats'. In order
ter the' stands all: students
present coupon No. 1. fromI
upon book. General admis-!
r these getmes will be $2.00.

Albert Ratcliff, captain and half-
back of Louisiana College football'
team, wil l lead his aggregation in.
Ecombat against University of Mex-
ico in Mexico City Oct.' 5, the"frs
time' an American football team
'has ever invaded the land of tor-
tillas 'and manana. 'President Emi-
lio Portes Gil of Mexico will send a
fleet o~f planes to. transport the
gridter toMexico City.

Peter Jablanowski, former Uni-
versity of Michigan baseball pitch-
er has been sold by the Columbus
team of the American Association'
to Cleveland for $20,000 and- an un-
named player. Jabby has been in
major league baseball "before~ with
the Cincinnati Reds.

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To" the Men of

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If the latter, situation
Simptly Dial 21214 and ask
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preva*Is let us assist you.
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We wish you the

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special made 2-pant suits for the college boys.
Tailored according to our specifications for
the boys that want exclusive stylesy at a moderate
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college years at Michigan-

and may we always
service to you.

be of

THE CLASSIFIED SECTION
of the

MICHIGAN

DAILY

11

Tom Corbett

HALL.ER'Si
STATE STREET -JEWELERS

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for an enjoyable

and s uc-

"'ISsful year here at -Michi-

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