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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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OPEN DTE ON SCHE DLE O FN IANA PURDUE TO MEET O LEMiss"
T( C atinued From P age ix>
} nd almost entirely on straighif
NOT MEA9N TWO' WEEKSOFREST attack built around "Cowboy'
--- -Woodruff, plunging fullback, whc
taleer footballnwitndtheveubeen
Hoosiers Must Get in Shape for taet on thte lmi tb ah ore takes full advantage of the hole:
Contests Against Wildcatk playnst te40am foall frts opened up by the heavy Ole M>is
gairis r Uilpast two 'Wefs are: Richardlson, lie
and Boilermakets. Martinsville, end; Antonini, Clin- h' g
ton, guard; Thomas, Plymouth, Whether Purdue's high scoring
PAPE TO REVAMP TEAM ed; Dudding, HEope,tackle; Baxter, aainsithe sothe na s as t wasfr
Bluffton, center, and Waraksa, De_ gis;h s uhrasasi a i
troit, Mich., guard. Antonini and the first four games this seasor
Contest Is Likely to be Test of Dudding are two heavyweights that rernains to be seen, and an inter-
Olt Miss' Power Against Page may use in building up the esting battle of Pudue speed vs.
strength of his forward wall. The Misissippi power is n sight.
Philanthoi Speed. reiainder of the i-jew linemen are
of the rangy, faster type that Pag'e
LOOMINGTN, IDainy>aused against the heavy Ohio State
BLOOMINGTON, Ind.- Indiana and Minnesota lines.
will stand by and rest up this week Page will be expecting big things
before it finishes the 1929 football t
be f o r b y p i n g t N o rt h w eot b al fro m h is v e te ra n s in th e n e x t tw o
.seas , by playing at Northwestern games. . The backfield especially
Nov. 16, and Purdue here, Nov. 23. will be called upon for heavy duty
The open date of Nov. 9 gives the in garnering scores. The Hoosiers
Hoesier coaches a chance to build miss Chuck Bennett and Paul Har-
up reserve strength on the Indi-erell, scoring aces, who rolled up In-
ana team, and prepare for two all- diana's points for the past three
important Big 'en games of the years.
season. 1T-i vn RrhkrP nv'.!

HAWKEYES AIM TO SPEED UP STYLE'
OF PLAY FOR MINNESOTA CONTEST,
(Continued From Page Six) ; Glassgow, Farroh, and Pape of Io-
ing Indian fullback, but has put ova; and Nagurski, Brockmeyer,
I forward Oliver Sansen, §ophomore Brownell, and Pharmer of Minne-
Swede, and Brice Thomas. On the sota.
other hand, Minnesota has retained Even more deception in running'
Bronko Nagurski, crashing fullback ' plays and at least sonic skeleton
who can play a great game at of a forward pass attack are point,,
tackle on a moment's notice. of emphasis as the Hawkeyes swing,'
Among the other Hawkeyes and I into the midway point of prepara-
-,xoprners who will meet again are tions. Executed by the veterans in
,he linemen, Westra, Roberts, and 'masterful .fashion, Iowa's plays
Reedquist of Iowa; and Kakela, have packed more 'trickiness than
i Pulkrabek, Tanner of Minnesota.. in many seasons, adding greatly
+ the vetcra:n backs include Captain to the effectiveness of sheer power.

WARD WINS CAMPUS GOLF: A I F I E
14.. ; FOR SECOND TIME ADVERTIS
Lave Ward cupped the .ill-cam-
pus golf tournament for the scc- NOTICE
end year by defeating Johnny Ho-
ward in a 36 hole golf match played ' RADIO SERVICE
Friday and Saturday. Ward won Competent service men on all
3make6 of radios.
by the decisive margin of 6 up and i STIIVIPSQN RADIO SERVICE
5 to play. Ward is the strongest Dial 21408 .521 Past Liberty
golfer of the Varsity squad and on 246c
his march to the title defeated Jack
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Hoosiers Need Punch. a teI-yark; Jr ,
The word "rest" means only that quarterback; Todd, Bedford, full-
Indian will "st" mans y t back; Ross, Wabash, halfback; Ba-
Indiana will not play a'game this lay Indianapolis, fullback and
coming Saturday. It does not sig- halfback, and Faunce, Marion,
nify that the Hoosier team will halfback, have been Page's great-
cease working. In truth the Hoo gg
siers will be working harder thanIEst ground gainers.
ever the next two weeks in order
to prep re themselves for North-
western and Purdue. Included n r Intramural Items
the Indiana head coach's plans for
the next two weeks is the building
up of a scoring combination. In- (Continued From Page Six)
diana will be drilled to pack a real other fraternity relay teams.-to win
punch. that event.
Minnesota's bone crushers left Fraternities are allowed to enter
the Indiana team in a bruised phy- two men in each event. Although
sical condition that will have to be one man is not permitted to com-
taken care of before the Northwes- pete in more than one dash event,
tern and Purdue tilts. Page hopes j the intramural regulations allow
to have -a rejuvenated team out on him to enter a dash and either the
the field for the first game after diving or the relay race.
the brief vacation from the Big Ten
competitive field. DEMPSE Y ON WA Y
Men Promoted.
A feature of the past two games BACK TO CHIC
has been the rise of many "B" team
players to positions on the . first (.Iy Associatc dPress)
varsity squad. Six linemen and LOUISVILLt, Ky., Nov. 2-J tck
three backfield men have shown Dempsey was on his way back to
promise and were promoted to the Chicago' today with the memory
tfirst string. In this manner head of a reception from boxing fans
coach Pat Page has been building here that must have recalled the
' up a keen spirit of competition enthusiasm his presence aroused
among the players. To the men when his popularity as heavyweight
,,who have been showing skill in champion was at its heaight
practice and on the playing field, Dempsey came here to referee
')age has been giving places on the the 10-round no-decision bout be-
major squad. cntween Bushy Graham, Utica, N. Y.,
Among backfield men ,who have and Cecil Payne, Louisville, light-
.en promoted since the early part , dht-
of the season are: Dauer, Gary, weights, but the fighters weredis-
y alfback and punter; Garrison, In- tinctly secondary to the referee.
4ianapokis, quarterback, and Craw- The erstwhile champion, now
nford, Kirklin, halfback. Four other promoter, was met at he railway
formr e r Korknhafk Fther"B-eam station on his arrival at noon by a
former members of the "B" team 1os rw f300o o ae
~also are showing promise now in 1 noisy crowd of 3,000 or so, taken
s a ice w h t h eg A " p s qm a d . T h y o n a t o u r o f t h e c i t y , s h o o k h a n d s
,Practice with the 'Al squad. They wt h aosoeoe h a
.are: Jaros, Detroit, Mich., quarter- with the mayor, spoke over the ra-
.'back; Dross, Detroit, Mich., quar- dio, was made a member of a cook-
'terback; Ashby, Evansville, half- ing club, and then between rounds
back, and Scully, Noblesville, half- at the fight was kept busy auto-
bacl4. The last four named have graphing programs thrust at him
<been the principal ground gainers by a good .portion of the crowd,
on Coach Middlesworth's Indiana which numbered possibly 10,000. It
reserves.
Linemen Heavy. was one of the largest ever to wit-
The six men ,who have shown ness a fifight in the state.

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of the Campus who have rooms
to runt to editors in attendance
at the Press Club CoilvenLion,
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday,
Nov. 7, 8, and 9, will ;please list
their rooms at the office of the
depar tmeaat of journalism by
telepl)onin Campus 485, be-
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DIRECTORY

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BANKS
# Ann Arbor Savings . . , ... ,
Farmers and Mechanics..... .
BARBER SHOP
Dewey Smith . ...........
BEAUTY SHOPS
College Beauty Shop ....... .
DiMattia Beauty Salon. ......
Michigan Beauty Shopt........
Mitadies Beauty Shop . .... .
Raggedy Ann Beauty Shop..
Romona Beauty Shop ...... .
Stoddard Hair Shop ........

7 07 North University
Nickels Arcade
1II0 South University,
.:300 South State
.340 South State
Michigan 'T'heater Bldg.,
1209 South State
I i 10 South University
625 E. Liberty
707 North University

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

UITS5 Bldg., Maynard St,
.204 North Main
6 o L. Liberty
.300 South Fifth

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BOOKS, STATIONERY, SUPPLIES
Mayer and Schairer ... ...... 112 South Main
0. D. Morrill. . ........... ..314 South State
Print and Book Shop ........ 521 E. Jefferson
S. and S. Supply ............ 305 Maynard
Slaters Inca. .................320 & 334 S. State, 549 G. U
v Student Supply ............. X X 11 South University
" George Wahr's .316 South State
CANDY AND SODAS
Betsy Ross .................. Nickels Arcade
GWeetland ..................212 South Main
Frekeos Sugar Bowl ........... 109 South Main M

MEN'S CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS
Browning, King Co........... 319 South Main
Camelet Bros. 305 South State ,
Conlin and Wetherbee .... , .115 E. Washington
Torn Corbett ................ 116 E. Liberty
Del Prete..................213 E. Liberty
Factory Hat Store ............ 617 Packard
Fiegel's ....................332 South M ain
Greenwood & Kilgore ......... 324 South State
Marquardt, Tailor ...........608 E. Liberty
Masten and& Chase .......... 211 South Main
Miltons Inc. ................ 119 South Ruin ........ ,'>
R. & B. Clothing. .......... - 214 South Main ......:.. ,
Saffell and Bush .... ........ 604 E. Liberty V
Thompson's .................1107 South University
Tinker & Co... ............. 342 South State .r
Van Boven Inc. .............326 South State a
Wadhams & Co- ...........109 E. Washington
Wagner Co, ........ 303 South State
Wild & Co........... ....... 311 South State
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9200 or see A. Real, key ma'nu-
{ facturer, 440 South State. C
FOR RENT-Large bright, warm
room half block from Union.
Dial 5033. 511 Cheever Court.
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WANTED - Refined educated
woman to handle Agency in Ann
Arbor for well-known 'highest
duality brand of fruits, yege'-
i tables, preserves, etc. Lfbft i
commission to woman with wide
I, social acquaintance and club,
contacts. Write, H. G. Howe,, 4203
Sturtevant Avenue, Detroit,
Michigan. 6
WANTED-Students to enjoy a real
( meal. Forest inn, 538 Forest. G
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LOST-Male Brindle Boston Bull.
14inder please Dial .6297. Re-
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A JEWELED SIGMA NU fraternity
badge. Finder please return to
Tom Towner at Van Boven's.
Reward. 5612
LOST-A ease of 4eys Wednesd y
night at Trill Auditorium. Michi-
gan Daily. Box 103. 561
LOST-Wrist watch in General
Library or bn steps. Initlais E:
S. Reward. 'Phone b887. Edith
Sims.
'LOST Nleclium sized tan wlre=
faired Irish. Terrier; answers to
name of "Sandy;" was wearing
i green studded collar with Chi-
cage, license when last seers.
Please return to 1319 Cambttiftt
road, or ca 11 5618, Reward: 14o
questions asked.
$25.00 REWARD for any lost k0y
1 can't replace. A Deal key ma nu,
iacturer. 440 South State. Phone
9200.
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Pennants, Jewelry, and Memory Books
also
Michigan Seal Stationery

CLEANERS
American Dry Cleaners,
American Rug Cleaning
Camelet Bros
Goldman Cleaners ....
'Greene Cleaners .....
Michigan Cleaners , . .
0 Oswald Katz, Cleaner . .
University Cleaners .. .
COAL
Cornwell Coal ......
DANCING

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....... 1032 Greene
..30£ South State
.. , . ,.. 214 South State
.516 E. Liberty
.......523 E. Libeov
814 South State
Ypsi-Ann building
.... . Huron and fourth

Ann Arbor Daily .... .
Arbor Springs Water. I ... .
Dawn Donuts ..........
Forest Ave Market........
Liberty Market
music
University Music Houstt ... .
Choral Union Concerts... .
REAL ES"TA'rE
A. S. Lynden............
Brooks-.Newton ....:......

....1111 W. Liberty
nth and Catherine
...216 C. Washington
...530 Forest
A16 W. Liztron
Maynard at William
Hill Auditprium
3£?d Yp.'si Ann B1 4g.
Liberty at Fourth

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Caman 2
200 CHAIRS
803 East Waghitgtonl
Onek ock forth from Hill Auditorium
reakfast, Lunch and n inner
$8.00 per week
Lunch and ninner,c6.50 perwe eek

Armory .................. . . 223 F. Ann
Grangers ............. E. Huron near ;hate
Michigan Union ............ South State
Michigan League .. , ... . , ... North University
DEPARTMENT STORES
Goodyear Co. ............ . .124 South Main
J. R. Klines & Cc........ ....306-308 South Pain
Mack & Co. ................ Main at Liberty
Montgomery Ward & Co...... South Fourth near Liberty
DRUGS
Calkins. Fletcher ............. 324 & 818 S. State, 1101 S. U.
Crippens Store No. 3 ... , .... North University at Thayer
Eberbach & Sons ............ 200 East Liberty
Edsill Drug Cc. .......... . ... 208 South Main
Graystone Drug ............. 1217 Prospect
Swift Drug ....... . .. . ...... 310 South State
ELECTRICAL, AND RADIO
® Arborphone Sales ...........521 Ls. Liberty
Ernst Eros. .............. . ..210 South Fourth £
Detroit Edison .............. Main_ at William
Stimpson Radio ..............521 L. Liberty igl 111
FINANCIAL
Br, oyrn-Cress & Co............ Main at Huron r
Merrill Lynch & Co..........liirst National 'Bank Bldg.

RECREATION'
Mullison's Stables ........326 E. Ann
Huston Bros. Billiards ........ .307 South State
Saunders Canoe Livery ....... Foot of Cedar

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RESTAURANTS AND TEA ROOMS
Boat Club ........... , Whitmore Lake ...
Clarks Tea Room ............ I I IO f,, South Utiv4sity
Freeman's Dining Room ...... 809 E. Washington
Vorest Inn .......... .....538 Forest
George's Restaurant .........611 E. William.
Tap Room ................ Michigan Union .A
Lane Hall Tavern , .......... Mate at Washington
Palace ....... ............ . 601 F. Liberty
Parrot .... . .............338 South State
Pierce's Restaurant .......II8 E. Liberty
R. and S. Lunch .... , ..... , .. 605 Church
Miller's Potat-C}-Chips ....... 224 South Mate' .

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SCHOOLS
Hamilton Business College State at William
Mack 'T'utoring Agency ....... 310 South State

SHOE REPAIRING
A. T. Coach & Sot; .......
SHOE STORES
Alexander Inc.
Burton's Walk-Over Shop... .
Campus Rootery ......
Kinney Shoe Co..........
L. and B. Shoe Store. . ....
J. Murphy Boot Shop ......

A. ktAL,'S.. SERVICE CAR
l for. any' "FIXALL"
-QBt ' , Cana h the sat ie tow rate is
work brought to my Repair
R l C+ . Shop., Open 7 A. M. tom 9
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FLORISTS
Flowerday & Sion, . .
Ii URS
E. L. Greenbaum .....
FURNITURE
Chats. Wttortl & Co..... .
GRAVEL
Killins Gravel Cu..... , , .
GIFTS
Art a d Gift Shop. . , .
JEWELRY
Carl lt y . .
Burr Patterson & Auld,.
Hallers ............
Schlander and Seyfried. .

f U U. William
44 Spring St.

.: , 11C1g South University
.324 youth Mate
11 a South Maim
:..304 Booth :State
11.7 South Maigt
.. 620 U. Libertq
9 Nickel's Arcade

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.5 Kresge Bldg.
21a South State
t_ Nickc1s Atca:&
.603 Church
.235 5outif State
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SPORT GOODS
George Moe ................ North University, 902 State
WOMEN'S GARMENTS AND FURNISHINGS
Collins Shop ...............600 E. Liberty
Fashion Shop .201 F. Liberty
(iOo lyear Co. ... . ............124 South- Main
Dress Stones ................115 1 Liberty
Kline Stores ............ , , .. Fain, near Liberty . .
Mack & Co. ... .. ..... Main and Liberty
McKinsey 1-lat Shop .. ......227 -South Mate
E. F. I itis Go. ........... . . .118 South Main s
Rubley Shop .............. . 8 Nickel's Arcade
Vogue Shop ................221 South Main

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For any article n=orth repairing that I can't repair and make as stronk
or stronger than new.

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