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".lPHER'S HUSKYACE
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By Edward L. Warner.
Truth finally asserts itself. It
was Howard Poe, veteran guard,
who recovere the Harvard fumblet
in the second period last Saturday V .. <
that led directly to Michigan's first
touchdown. After the wild scramble , }<>.
of players disentangled themselves
from the ball, there was much con-
jecture as to just what Wolveriner Bronko Nagurski
fell on it. Versatile Minnesota gridiron star
who proved to be the chief worry
Various men in the press box, of the Iowa eleven in their victory
all eye witnesses declared that over the Gophers Saturday. Na-
Bovard, Poe, Poorman, -and gurski may lay claim to the unus-
Hewitt fell on the etsive pig-
skin. It now develops after con- ual distinction of playing three
suilting the team, that Poe was positions in the same game. By
"that certain party" who re- bolstering up the Minnesoto far-
covered for Michigan. All of ward wall as both, guard and
which leads nowhere, as the thrusts of the Cornhuskers' back-
fact remains that the whole field whenever they attempted his
Wolverine defense was alert side of the line. As fullback Na-
enough to pile onto the ball gurski tied Glassgow, chief ground
when Harper fumbled. gainer for Iowa with 55 yards to his
credit and accounted for Minne-
A player can be both a hero and sota's touchdown through a bril-
a goat on a football field. Such was liant 36-yard run.
the role assumed by Barry Wood, ----------
smart Crimson quarterback, last
Saturday. Besides displaying his a one of the Harvard game.
ability as a field general, Wood was Many spectators thought it
the main cog in the aerial attack comprised 60 minutes rather
that resulted in Harvard's second than 60 seconds, or that the
touchdown. Yet on three occasions umpire had buck fever and was
Wood failed in an attempt to in- afraid to shoot. A tremendous
crease his team's total. Both of his sigh of relief went up when
drop kicks for the point after that pass of Wood's was
touchdown were wide, while in the grounded in the end zone.
second quarter he tried a drop kick
from the 17 yard line, but the ball The work of the defensive flank-

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The freshman harrier season has Haley and Braden finished close
been very successful so far in that to Howell in his performance, with Freshman wrestling is well under (Continued from Page Six)
It has developed at least three Hill, Leiter, Klahn, Simpson, Allen, ;way with the squad still on the tremely difficult for the players to
good cross-country runners. Last Griffing, and Brown comprising the funae me tlurast fs stand on their feet.C
Saturday, Roger HoWell tied the first, ten finishers. weeks and the boys are trying hard! The championship team war
freshman record over the three- The s aSon i. nearly over, with for places. The squad Las picked composed of the following men:
mile course. He ran it in 15:21. The another practice run taking place up the first points rather rapidly Stuart, Oldham, Irwin, Spencer,
other holder of the record is Fitz- Saturday and the final race for and quite a few are Showing UP Clark, Ranek, Simons, irk, Stev-
gibo nwell. ens, Purdy, and Cummins. The of-
gibbons, now on the varsity and for numerals November 23. Howell, Although heavier men are still ficals were: Referee, Stewart;
leading Michigan harrier in the Braden, Haley, and Hill should de- few, the lower classes make up for umpire, Chatterson; linesman,
last two meets, with State and the velop into capable varsity mater- this lacking, and *seem to be the Brunsting; and time keeper, Tal
tri-angular meet with Ohio State. hil for next year. most likely Varsity prospects. liak.
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1ISTORY TUTORING AND ALL
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310 S. STATE PHONE 7927
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FRATERNITY AND SORORITIES
BEFORE WINTER COMES-Have
your woolen blankets cleaned.
The best care and service at
reasonable cost. We call and
deliver.
MOE LAUNDRY
204 North Main Phone 3916
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
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The fact that Wood missed
those dropkicks may add to
the argument that the place
kick is a more reliable scoring
weapon. Of course .the drop
kick adherents have Frosty
Peters and Paul Scull to back 1
their claims, but then Joe
Gembis, and his immediate
predecessors, Louis Gilbert and
Rennie Friedman, will sub-
stantiate Michigan's reliance
on the goal from placement.
In Eddie Mays and Vic Harding,
Harvard possessed two of the bestI
pass receivers that have been seen1
in the new stadium since Bennie
Oosterbaan departed. Of coursej
they had an extremely accurate
passer in Wood to toss them the,
oval, but nevertheless this duet
were on the receiving end of fully
X three-fourths of the 15 Crimson
aerials, that succeeded.E

men, Bill Hewitt and Bud Poorman,
was the best turned in by any
Michigan ends this season. Hewitt
was especially effective in spilling
the Crimson interference and
breaking up their plays, while
Poorman was reminescent of Pom-
merening in getting down on
punts.
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Norm Daniels and "Red"
Wilson both made a good show-
ing in their major game debut.
Despite the Army-Illinois game
as an intersectional counter-attrac-
tion, the Michigan-Harvard en-
counter drew its share of the na-
tion's gridiron experts. Tad Jones,
former Yale mentor, George Tre-
vor, sport authority of the New
York Sun, Hugh Fullerton, Billy
Evans, Albon Holden, Harvey
Woodruff, and Walter Trumbull
were among the 250 occupants of?
I the press box. Although they saw
no outstanding players of all 2Am-.
erican calibre, they witnessed a
game packed with excitements and
thrills.{

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BANKS
Ann Arbor Savings..........707 North University
Farmers and Mechanics ....... Nickels Arcade
BARBER SHOP
Dewey Smith .................1110 South University
BEAUTY SHOPS
College Beauty Shop ......... 300 South State
DiMattia Beauty Salon.......340 South State
Michigan Beauty Shop........ Michigan Theater Bldg.
Miladies Beauty Shop ..... 209 South State
Raggedy Ann Beauty Shop .. 1110South University
Romona Beauty Shop ......... 625 F. Liberty
Stoddard Hair Shop . ........707 North University
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 Inc. ............ . . 320 & 334 S. State, 54() F. U
Student Supply ......t.......1111 South University
George Wahr's .............. 316 South StateI
CANDY AND SODAS

LAUNDRIES
White Swan ...............Press Bldg., Maynard St.
Moe Laundry ...............204 North Main
Trojan Laundry ............615 E. Liberty
Varsity Laundry ............300 South Fifth
MEN'S CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS
Browning, King Co........... 319 South Main
Camelot Bros...............308 South State
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..........214 South Main
Miltons Inc........ .........119South Main ........
R. & B. Clothing...........214 South Main......
. Saffell and Bush............604 E. Liberty
Thompson's................1107 South University
Tinker & Co...............342 South State
VandBoven Inc.............326 South Stagt
Wadhams &' (o.............109 E. Washington
Wagner Co.................303 South State
Wild & Co................311 South State

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Completely furhished
three room apartment. Large
double for two girls. Steam
heat. Also garage. Dial 8544.
422 E. Washington. 456
FOR RENT-Single room; warm
and clean, in rear of Michigan
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FOR RENT-Close in seven room
house; apartment unfurnished;
four rooms. Dial 7940. 12
722 E. KINGSLEY-Three furnished
rooms; heated, modern, private
bath. Available at once. 6123
WANXED
W A N T E D-Used medium size
wardrobe trunk, in good condi-
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YOUNG man desires apartment, to
be shared with present occupant,
three days a week. Box 109. 12
WANTED-2 passengers to Minne-
sota game in enclosed car. Leave
early Friday morning. Home
Sunday. Will be at Daily office
Thursday at 2 p. m. or write Box
108. 123
WANTED-Students to enjoy a real
meal. Forest Inn, 538 Forest. C
LOST
LOST-A pair of brown horn rim
glasses. Reward for immediate
return. Call 21474. 718 Monroe
St. 23
LOST-Sigma Alpha Epsilon, fra-
ternity pin number 35358. Re-
turn to Box 110. Reward.
234561
LOST-Suitcoat at class games.
Finder please return to 603 E.
University. Dial 8053. 123
LOST-White gold wrist watch
with band spelling name Melvin.
I found please return to 339 E.
Washington. Reward. Phone
3221.1

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Probably no Michigan ad-
herents ever sat through a
longer minute than the final

Te clock won t d ri a
weary round when you come to
class pepped up with a Shredded
Wheat .breakfast. Lazy hours
follow meals too heavy. There's
lot of energy icn rispy !,olden
biscuits of
Contains every food element essential to health
CORNWELL COAL - COKE
Scranton, Pocahontas
Kentucky and West Virginia Coal
Solvay and Gas Coke
This business has been growtg ever
since it was established. The secret --
"giving absolute satisfaction to our
customers." We believe it pays to do
business in a friendly way. If you
think so too, lea's get together.

Betsy Ross .............
;weetland ............
Preket s Sugar B9wl....
CLEANERS
American Dry Cleaners..
American Rug Cleaning,.
Camelet Bros ..........
Goldman Cleaners ......
Greene Cleaners......
Michigan Cleaners ....
oswald Katz, Cleaner
University Cleaners .
COAL
Cornwell Coal.
DANCING
Armory.......
Grangers
Michigan Union .......
Michigan League ......

.... Nickels Arcade
..... 212 South Main
.......109 South Main
.215 F. Washington
1032 Greene
. .308 South State
......214 South State
..5.16 E. Liberty
. . ... 523 E. Liberv'r
.814 South State
Ypsi-Ann Building
Huron and Fourth
.223 E. Ann
E. Huron near State
.South State
.......North University

MARKET
Ann Arbor Dairy ..... .
Arbor Springs Water,...
Dawn Donuts ........ .
Forest Ave Market .....
Liberty Market....... .
MUSIC
University Music House..
Choral Union Concerts.
REAL ESTATE
A. S. Lynden..........
Brooks-Newton .........
RECREATION
Mullison's Stables ......
Huton Bros. Billiards...
Saunders Canoe Livery..

. 118
..4th
.216
.. ...530
.. ..416

W. Liberty
and Catherine
E. Washington
Forest
W. Huron

. ... Maynard at William
Hill Auditorium
..302 Ypsi Ann Bldg.
.Liberty at Fourth
......326 F. Ann
.307 South State
...Foot of Cedar

LOST - 1930 Michigamma
Please call 2-2117.

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DEPARTMENT STORES
Goodyear Co . .124 South Main
J. R. Klines & Co......... .. 306-308 South Main
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 Thaver
Eberbach & Sons...........200 East Liberty
Edsill Drug Co......... . .....208 South Main
Graystone Drug ............. 1217 Prospect
Swift Drug .................340 South State
ELECTRICAL AND RADIO
Arborphone Sales . . .........521 E. Liberty
Ernst Bros. ................210 South Fourth
Detroit Edison ..............Main at William
Stimpson Radio .............521 E. Liberty"
FINANCIAL
Brown-Cress & Co..........Main at Huron
Merrill Lynch & Co..........First National Bank Bldg.

RESTAURANTS AND TEA ROOMS
Boat Club..................Whitmore Lake ..
Clarks Tea Room ............1110% South University
Freeman's Dining Room .....,809 E. Washington
Forest Inn .................538 Forest
George's Restaurant ..... ....611 E. William
Tap Room..............Michigan Union
Lane Hall Tavern............State at Washington
Palace .....................601 E. Liberty
Parrot .....................338 South State
Pierce's Restaurant ...........118 E. Liberty
R. and S. Lunch. . ............605 Church
Miller's Potat-O-Chips.......224 South State
SCHOOLS
Hamilton Business College....State at William
Mack Tutoring Agency....... 310 South State
SHOE REPAIRING
A. T. Cooch & Son.......... 1109 South University ;

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FLORISTS
Flowerday & Son......
FURS
E. L. Greenbaum.....
FURNITURE

SHOE STORES
Alexander Inc. .............324 South State
Burton's Walk-Over Shop. ....115 South Main
Campus Bootery ............304 South State
Kinney Shoe Co............. 117 South Main
L. and B. Shoe Store.........620 E. Liberty
J. Murphy Boot Shop.........9Nickel's Arcade
Ziefle & Nissle ......:.307 So. Main

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.448 Spring St.

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Chas. Wuerth & Co.......... 113-115 P. Washingto
GRAVEL
Killins Gravel Co.. ,..........5 Kresge Bldg.
GIFTS
Art -nd Gift Shop .......... 218 South State
JEWELRY e
Carl Bey .....................16 Nickels Arcade
Burr Patterson & Auld .......603 Church
Hallers...... ......... .235 South State
Schlander and Seyfried.......304 South Main

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SPORT GOODS
George Moe . ...............North University, 902 State
WOMEN'S GARMENTS AND FURNISHLNGS
Collins Shop ...............600 E. Liberty
Fashion Shop...............201 E. Liberty
Goodyear Co...............124 South Main
C. J. Hutzel.................301 So. 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

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