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November 24, 1929 - Image 2

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OiIHE MICHTGAN DATEY

SUILIDAY', NOVEMBER 24, N, )

PAE WO~TE ICIGN A_. IYA. OVM.._24_12

MICHIGAN, IOWA CONCLUDE SEASON N I lhIfl~ Invitations-F. R. Wiklar, ESPECIALLY warm attractive
IN HARD-FOUGHT, SCORELESS TILT' R orM IR Storms. Steam heat, also garage. Dial
-Cn-u--rmPg-1.-pacdtebllo E LE TO Sp~ Picture-V. D. Tan Cate c&air- 8544. 422 E. Washington. 3456
(CniudFo ae1 downs whcIlcdte alo a man; George Dixon and J. Wise'.- ----
Michigan's nearest; approach to ;Iowa's 3-y'ard lin~e as thle fourith ' ~ IW 1!1I ct.BATFLWoln lbIlue
the Hlawkeye goal in the first half ; D. ,, olman ats Bulldog Drummond. H Social--T. K. Perry. chars nan vial orn oFaente
came a when Wilsonin caught Simrallsqki r.;d~siecp ~ Prvn'hsm~tsa akn Esther Tuttle, Ruth Tuttle. and; and Sororities on reasonable
psfoa20yrgantaig tTruskowski's pass on his ownl 13-. star in one of the best. of the new N. 0. Tietj ens Names Lawyers: Boice Gross. terms, only 20 miles from Ann
tof thIwa39yad trpe Io a trdline, however, and temmped si se nt naldoColman e rvidmestcon to Serve on Nine "'( - Arbor. Call or write Mr. Peters,
wspenalized fv ad o f-teavne itnl odetranet i Committees. LS Randolph 4447 408 Detroit Sa-
side, but Truskowski's long pass was; After Iowa kicked. Truskowski "Bulldog Drummond" at the Maes Lj ing Bank Building, Detroit,
intercepted by Farroh on the 21- hurled a long pass t.o Wilson from tic, based on the famous mystey - DV" SNGJ6
yard stripe. mdidfielda.ad Haggertyfeey int tverfered w ith novel of the same name. Plenty of, SELECTS 37 STUDENTS]AW RII ~~~
Iowa started a goalward march! e« adt' eeeegv Mci exciting action, a splendid suppot--
'at the beginning of the th'ird pe- f gan a first down on the Hawkeye' ing cast headed by Joan Bennett Committees for the senior class, NOTICE WANTED-Students to enjoy a realj
toweoirl' atily2-adln.We three tries at and Claude Allister (The shell- ~~.. ---.-. -- meal. Forest Inn 3 Forest.C
blocked punt went outside his 45-! the linre failed to gain a first down, shocked lord of "Three Live; i ws ovee none NOTICE- Experienced cook for 58 -__
yard line. Again Glassgow and Hag-I Gembis tried a field goal. but the Ghosts ') and exelent sound re- yesterday by N. 0. Titjens, '30L, situation in fraternity or sorority. LOS-Oni Hill or Washtenaw.
gerty proved their worth by taking' ball was a few feet to the right of cording all add to the highly sus. president of the class. Nine coi- Write Box 112. 456 Pair of glasses n chain white
the, -ball. to Michigan's 21-yard the posts. twined interest throughout the pie. 'miti'ees composed of a total of 37 E ____---- - ; - gold rims. Cal Mrs. Reynold at
mareroi to onscuiv frs CachInwese snt ap itotoe.NOTICE-Opening special on alll 7817. Reward. 561
downs. Three plays netted, six' the fray and things began to hap An excitement-seeking war cap- The committes with the memberst price. Try us. H-. W. Clark, 1113j LOST-Sorority pin, set with
yards, and then Gassgow threw a'pen for the Hawks. In rapid order twin who is furnished all he wants are: S. 'University Ave. pearls, Name on back of pin is
short pass to Rogge. who caught it ' Haggerty, Farroh, and Pape took forms the basis df the plot which' Cane-M. E. Smith, chairman; A. !- ----------- Alice Strang. Call 9428. 561
while prone on the ground for an- the bal to Michigan's 31-yard line has an Er~lish locale. An harassed t .. Evely, and J. olman.} TYPING efficiently prepared. Uni - - ---- - ---
other first down on the seven-yard for three first downs n a row. Here American girl, her suffering father., Caps and Gowns-L. Schwichten-! versity Typing Service, 718 Mon-'LOST-One brown ladies' oxford
line.. the Wolverines braced, breaking tip a deformed criminal-scientist, all berd, chairman: Jack Riley, and J. roe. Phone 21474. C between South University anda
Haggerty crashed center for two to two passes, and Pape punted out- enter into the swift-moving story. F. Miller. ___ _______-______ Hospital. Finder please call
yards, and after Morrison stopped side on Michigan's 16-yard line. ',But there's no laughing at this Class Day--W. P. North, chair-) TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair 7905. Reward. 612
Glassgow, he made two more in the Michigan was penalized 15 yards melodrama--you're too absorbed in mVn:R. L. Lincenmnuth. and John!j rates.M.VHrtuf Dil38.- - __- -'----
saeplace. Glassgow tried the left for clipping, placing the bl on1 the outcom.Ohie. Todd C eaedne-HS.IudroC 5TUA TION WANTED
side of the Wolverine line, but Gem- the oneyadln.SmalaanOeri.Cese ac-H J.G drsn ,-1i.

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bisvand'Morrison threw himt for a punted out of danger.
one yard loss. Michigan had again? Iowa resorted' to a pasts in an at-
completed a gallant stand within; tempt to score, but Hewitt inter-
the five-yard line. Simrall's punt cepted Jensvold's toss and ran it
from behind the goal line averted! back 35 ybards to midfield, but the
the danger, and another beautiful Hawvkeye safety man ran him out-
58-yard kick by "Ducky" after ;side the 50 yard line. Michigan's
Michigan took the ball on dtown ; j closing threat which had advanced
put the play deep in Iowa territory, the ball to the Iowa 28-yard stripe,
Gembis and Morrison were re- was extinguished when Pape inter-°
sponsible for two successive first cepted. Truskowski's long pass.
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