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- ..> -~FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4,. 1929

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Edward 1. Warner
Knute Rock ne's style of 'play,4
which has made the Notre Dame
Ramblers famous. fromh coast to
coast, will have Vf'.'introduction
into the Michigan 'Stadium tomor-
row afternoon when Jim Crovwley
brings his Spartaris to 'Ann Arbor
for the annual tilt with 'the Wce] -
verines.
Crowley is Well versed in the
iockn 'system, having been a
rmember of 'that 'fiious Wick-
fheld 'cornbitiiatlon,,of Stulil-
dreherr, Layden, Miller, kud
Crowley, Which, made gridiron
history as "The Fuour 'orse-
men" 'baeck In 1924.
It is probable that the Green and
White team will present a versatile
attack against Coach Kipke's
charges. . running and passing
game will likely %be. used by the
Spartans in' their efforts to' out-
score their traditional rivals. Coach

Crowley has seven veteran backs
that he canl inject into the fray.
In last year's 3-0 istruggle,
the Spartans gained more than '
1 60 yards via the aeriA r," w.o,
with Schau dloing most of the
'Piag. fkl. x, apptarauice iiii t
Statb liher"ijl) ttflnoi)kw wlil
(probably 111t ,"toa r1sl'Ciflli
( of the WuIAiii ej'rlcrs.
Roger Gr'ove, :partan Quarter-:
back, is rated as a capable kice I
as well as a dangerous running;
threat. Last year he outpunt ed thej
Michigan backs, having an aver
jage 'of 39 yards. State al o 1reg-
istered more first downs than t he
IWolverines in 1928, making nine
jwhile Michigan compiled seven.

A call for tryouts for the position
of cross county manager has been
issued by James E. Thayer, present
jmanager of the team. The position
is open to any sophomore or second
semester freshman who wishes to;I
try for it. Second semester fresh-'
man especially who are desirous of
doing this work are urged to report.
Those who wish to try out should
report to either Coach Farrell or
James "Thayer, both of whom may1
be locaited at Yost Field house at
any time during the afternoon.
i'liyoi ts shouldic report immediately.;
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5-Mt. Pleasant, there.-
12-Wisconsin "B", here.
19--Ohio State "B", there.
2t-llinois "P", here.
9---Ypsilanti, there.
16--.Kalamnazoo normal,
here.

provides the zest of an
afteroon at the BalGm
POINTbehind, but 1stil sri.
A . * .~ matching trick for tik kl
against ski...thnhehzl
of puttn over the winning marker~
that's b illird.
Here s a game that gie youth
verve, the zest, the keen enjoymjent of
an afternkoon at the ball gaewith n pne
of the discomiforts.It prvds o ith
entertainment and recreation wixthoU't
end.. The amateur derieves asnuch:plea&
uire and benefit from the game as the
Most skilled veteran.
Come in any time., ri~sk
table is always availabe for you;

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University Men
The satisfactory serving of University
!-men through the country for over three de.
cades has made for the authenticity of
". Clothes by Lan grock
THE STORE FOR MEN WHO CARE

Iill fit arnd
vice. Imparted
Brawn Scotch! M
Grain. I
j ~307-309 South State Street
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THE 'HATTER SAYS
There is a world of difference in the
way hats are cleaned and blocked.
It 'is necessary that hats be cleaned
and blocked by expert worikmen 'to
preserve the 'finish which you pay so
march for in new hats; this is ruined
by cheap cleaners and unskilled work.
mq . We make new hats and clean
anid block hats in the same way new
hats are made, which preserves the
iriginal finish. We 'also make hats
toi order - to fit the head.
LADIES' HAT'S C & B 50c UP
MEFN'S FIATS C & B 75c UP

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! Th Oi nly Hat Factory In Ann Arbor
II FACTORY H4ATI STORE j TO RENT-Piano tudio by the hour
161 Packard St. (erSae for practicing. 609 E. "William.
" ________________ Phone 5407. 456123
PIANO INSTRUTION STUDIO. 609
cI(As F E E. William. Phone '5407. 456123
, DVD FOR RENT-One large front room
'for students or business men.1
1NOTICE 1216 S. University. Phone 4972.
NOTICE---A year's course by 'Mr. FOR RSENT-Pleasant third floor
Tpomfmie Mack on "Ge'ography ofI front room in excellent location,
World" starts soon. Not a' tutor-' suitable for, instructor or upper
ing course, but series of 200 lec- classman who wishes a quiet
tunes. Open 'to all. Low course place. 409 Thompson St. Phone
arates. :Mack Tutoring Agency, 4038. 4038.1
310 South *State. 34 -________
FOR RENT--Large front room suit-
LOOK.-Here they go. Cooper's able for two students. 314 South
olored. Wolverine Stompers. Ashley. - __345
They will make '; you dance. Dial SUITE FOR 2 OR 3-Steam heat.
4752. We guarantees our "music. Shwr.Raobl.As -
Nocag!f o'stsfe.As cancy for 1 or 2. 536 Thompson.I
fagency for Detroit Colored Bands.( 22266. % 3451
823 Green St. 341 -_______-
- T- BRIGHT WARM ROOM - Either'
NOTICE-If your laundry de- I .single or double. Half block fromj
mands that proper home like'! Union. 511 Cheever Court. Dial
care to insure the best wear. 5933. 234

WANTED-Young and happy men
weighting 150 pounds or more to
act as blood donors at Univer-
sity Hospital. Apply at office of
Director. 345
WANTED-TUTORS- IN EVERPY
SUBJE~CT. APPLY AT ONCE
9-12; 1P4; MACK TPUTORING
AGENCY,. 310'SOYTr STATE ST.;
34
LOST
LOST-Small black. bull. dog near
E. University and Hill. Phone
3540. Reward. 'Answers to the
name of 'Tex.
LOST--Pigskin billforld containing
fpapers of importance to owner,
fNotify at 310 East Liberty. Re-
ward. ' 456
PHI SIGMA KAPPA fraternity pin.
Tuesday on campus. Call 8917. 4
LOST-Ten dollar bill. North of
Engineerin'g School on Thursday
morning. Dial 4626. 456
LOST-On campus September 23rd
a bow knot pin set with crystals
and diamonds. Has large senti-
mental value. Owner will offer
generous reward. Phone 6517.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
LOST-Cuff link; fiat top; plain
gold; E. A. H. engraved; gift from
mother; liberal reward; call
Cadillac 3464. , Detroit.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

ICall 3916.3
MOE LAUNDRY
204 North 'Main St.,
J1 C r
I BUNDLE WASHINGS. Work guar-I
anteed. Phone 4524. 234
I DO YOUR shirt collars look neat?
IWe will turn collars and starch
at request. Moe Laundry, 204 No.
Main. 3916c
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Female Police Dog;
four puppies; ten weeks old.
Floyd E. Gentner, 121 Worden
Ave. Dial 4584. 456123
FOR SALE-Dietzgen drawing set
for Engineers. Call 4438. J. Mc-
Cormick. 4

THREE room furnished apartment.
Half block off Packard, near
State St. at 812 Mary. 234
ROOMS-i double and 1 single, $90
per semester. 1230 Olivia. Phone
22045. 234
THREE new hand-made chairs.'
Brown leather cushions; --sub-
stantial; reasonable. Mrs. E.
Wood. 725 Haven Ave. 234

WANTED

TWO MEN-Seniors, want student
to share apartment, near Michi-
gan Union in Jefferson. *Dial
3652. 4
WANTED SALESMAN-Extra dol-
lars to student salesmen of a
good selling article for men. No
house canvasing. Call today at
408 E. Washington between 3 and
5 o'clock. 4

FOR SALE-Orthophonic Portable
Victrola. Fine condition. Phone
4724. 34
PAW PAW GRAPES, grape juice
and potatoes. R. E. Wagner or
Icall 9534 or 22413. 1, 2,'3, 4, 5
FOR SALE-Wood-Wood - Wood.
IR. E. Wagner. Phone 9534 or
22413. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 6
FOR SALE-Scotch Terrier: 14

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Read The Daily
Classifieds, They
Pay You, Well

WANTED-Woman instructor in
University wants room in good
neighborhood. Call 8229. 456
WANTED--Pianist and saxaphone
player doubling on E flat alto, and
B flat tenor for dance orchestra.
Steady job guaranteed for right

months; male; champion puppy mn al3 tDae s o
March Detroit show; house Servis. 4
broken; . .inoculated; , splendidI
temperament; mascot ball teams ATTENTION STUDENTS
or stud dog. Best blood strains. For self-supporting students desir-
Box No. 101 Michigan Daily. 234 ing fascinating remunerative
work either temporary or perma-
FOR S~ENT !nent, may I suggest that many

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