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SUNDAY, OCTOBEt, 26, 1930

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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ICHIGANILI NQIS PLAY BY PLAYy
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Stoll kicked to Berry on Illinois
5 yard line. Berry ran the ball back
to Illinois' 24 yard line. RusseE
failed to gain on a 1ine play
Yunuskus made 5 yard: off righ:
tackle. Robinson made three on a
fake through Center. Morrison
made the tackle. Russell pun-Le
from his 30 yard line to Newman or
Michigan's 30 yard line. Newman
ran the ball back to the 40 yarc
line. Wheeler, who replaced Stol
at half, failed to gain on the Statu
of Liberty play. Newman was
smothered for no gain.

Simrall punted from his own
p yard line to Berry on Illinois'
26 yard line. Berry fumbled and
Michigan recovered on Illinois'
25 yard line. LaJeunesse recov-
erede lhe fumble. Wheeler made
5 yards off tackle. Newman
made one yard through tackle.
Newman passed to Wheeler
over the goal line for a touch-
down in a free field. Score,
MICHICAN 6, ILLINOIS 0. It
was a beautiful pass to Wheeler
who was absolutely free. Point
after touchdown was wide.
Bodman kicked off for Illinois to
wheeler on Michigan's 12 yard line
and Wheeler returned it to his own
31 yard line. Newman was stopped
for no gain at the line.
Hudson smashed through tackle
for 5 yards.ySimrall punted from
his own 35 yard line out 'of bounds
on Illinois' 22 yard line. Michigan
was penalized five yards for of f-
side. Robinson faked thru tackle
for three yards. On the play Sim-
rail, who made the tackle, was in--
jured and time was taken out.
Eastman went in for Simrall
who was carried of the field on a
stretcher unconscious. B e r r y
was successful in making first down
on Illinois' 30 yard line. Robinson
added four more at the line. On a
triple pass behind the line Russell
lost two yards. Samuels made the
taekle.
A pass, Berry to Swanson, was
knocked down. Bodman kicked on
his own 35 yard line to Michigan's
25 yard line. Newman returned it
to Michigan's 35 yard line. Wheeler
made five off tackle. Time was
taken out by Illinois. Hudson made
two yards at center. Wheeler
punted from his own 41 yard line
to Illinois, two yard line. LaJuen-
esse grounded the ball.
It was a beautiful punt. Bod-
man punted from his two yard
line to Illinois' 34 yard line.
Newman returned it to the 23
yard line. A pass, Newman to
Wheeler, was intercepted by
Berry on Illinois' 5 yard line.
He carried it to his 17 yard line.
Robinson made a yard at guard.
Robinson added another yard.
Berry made three yards on a
cut back play.
Simrall was pronounced out of
danger by doctors. Bauer for Schu-
maker at center for Illinois. Bod-
mnan punts from his own 25 yard
line to Michigan's ?5 yard line.
Newman returned it seven yards.
Newman gained two yards.
Hudson made two yards at cen-
ter. Conover for Ovelman at Illi-
nois' right guard. Wheeler punted
from his own 40 yard line to Illi-
nois' 29 yard line. Berry stepped
away around right end to Michi-
gan's 50 yard line for a gain of 21
yards.
Robinson broke through center
for 9 yards. Michigan took time
out. Yunuskus fumbled at the cen-
ter of the line and Samuels, Mich-
igan tackle, recovered on their 45
yard line. Newman broke through
the line for 8 yards. The quarter

- for a four yard loss. Ball went to
Michigan on downs on their 12
yard line. Illinois time out. New-
man took the ball outside for a
yard loss.
a Wheeler was smeared. Wheeler l
1 punted to Berry who signaled for a
d free catch on Michigan's 43 yard'
n line. Berry's pass to Swanson was
n intercepted by Hudson on Michi-
dI gan's 38 yard line. Newman made
] two yards.
e Draveling r e p 1 a c e d Samuels.
s Michigan was penalized 5 yards for
off-side. Newman made four yards
through Illinois' left tackle.
Wheeler punted beautiiiy
from his own 41 yard line to
Illinois' 12 yard line where the
ball went out of bounds.
Norm Daniels replaced Hoser at,
left end, and DeBaker replacedt
Eastman. Yunuskus got away for;
three yards. Berry was smothered
for no gain. Bodman punted fromj
his own 14 yard line out of bounds
on his own 30 yard line. Michigan
took time out. Morgan replacedI
LaJeunesse who was injured on the
play. Hudson made three yards offI
tackle. Newman was thrown for
an eight yard loss as the half
ended.
Score MICHIGAN 9, ILLINOIS 0.

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Eastman and LaJeuness returned
to the Michigan lineup as the third
period opened. LaJeunesse kicked
off to Russell who returned it from
the 25 yard to the 35 yard lines.
Robinson made 8 yards on the first
play. Robinson made first down
on his own 43 yard line. Munch,
who replaced Russell, made four
yards for Illinois. Robinson made
it first down on Michigan's 45 yard
line. Robinson added four more.
Munch was tackled by Morrison for
no gain. Berry passed to Yunuskus1
for no gain. Both sides were off-
side on the play. Eastman inter-
cepted Berry's pass but fumbled and
the ball was recovered by Wheeler.
First down for Michigan on her
own 22 yard line. Eastman lost
three. yards around left end.
Wheeler lost 5 yards at Illinois' left
end. Wheeler punted from his own
12 yard line to the 50 yard line to
Berry, who returned the ball to
Michigan's 45 yard line.
Yunuskus made two yards. A pass,
Berry to Swanson, was knocked-
down by Wheeler. Munch was
tackled by Hudson for no gain on a
triple pass. Bodman kicked from
Michigan's 44 yard line out of
bounds on Michigan's 14 yard line.
Hudson made a yard through the
line. Newman got away for four
yards through tackle. Wheeler
punted to Berry, who returned the
ball to Michigan's 45 yard line. On
an attempted pass, Berry lost 16
yards.
Bodman kicked from his 40 yard
line to Newman on his own 13 yard
line. Newman fumbled but recov-
ered. Wheeler tried Illinois' left
end and made one yard. Eastman
tried Illinois' right end for a five
yard loss. Wheeler stood in his ownj
end zone and punted to Berry on
Michigan's 40 yard line. Berry-re-
turned it eight yards.
Russell replaced Owen for
Illinois. Yunuskus fumbled and
Morrison recovered on Michi-
gan's 35 yard line. Michigan
was penalized 5 yards for stall-
ing. Hudson made a yard.
Wheeler lost half a yard.
Wheeler punted to Illinois' 35
yard line to Berry who raced
65 yards for a touchdown
through the Michigan team.
Point after touchdown was good.
Score, MICHIGAN, 9; ILLIONIS,

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Following is the fst of merchandi
Fourth Red Arrow Auction on

Theatre.

The Show starts at 7 P.

se that will be sold for Red Arrow Money at the
Wednesday Evening, October 29th, at the Michigan
M., the Auction at 9 P. M. Come early and be

sure of a seat.

LINDENSCHMITT-APFEL & CO.
Men's and Boys' Clothing and
Furnishings
209 S. Main St. Phone 4914
No. 1-One "Knittex" Topcoat .....$30.00
No. 2-One "Stylepark" Hat .......5.00
No. 3-Three "Trump" Arrow Shirts
W hite ..............r......5.85
No. 4-Three Pairs "Holeproof Auto-
gart" (the new self-support-
ing sock) ................ 3.00
(A)-Three Pairs "Holeproof Auto-
gart (the new self-sup-
porting sock) ..............3.00
No. 5-One Boy's 4-Piece Knicker
Suit ...................... 12.00
GEORGE J. MOE SPORT SHOPS
902 S. State St. Phone 7296
711 N. University Ave. Phone 6915
No. 6-One Minature Golf-course,
Nine Holes (indoor or out-
door) ................... .$12.50
No. 7-One Official Collegiate Foot-
ball ...................14.00
No. 8-One Pair Wood Golf Clubs
(Driver and Brassie) ......11.00
(B)-One Football Helmet......... 5.00
No. 9-One Ping-Pong Set.........5.00
No. 10-One Volley Ball and Net ,. 13.50
SCHULTZ
Groceries and Meats
114 E. Washington St., Phone 4277
No. 11-One Grocery and Meat
Order ...................$37.00
No. 12-One Grocery and Meat
Order ...................20.00
No. 13-Meat Order..............10.00
No. 14-One Swift Premium Ham
(13 lb. average) ...........5.00
No. 15-One Case Ko-We-Ba As-
sorted Canned Vegetables. 6.00
(C)-Ten Pounds J. W. Coffee ......3.35
No. 16--One 5-lb. Package American
Kraft Cheese ..............2.00
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
122 E. Liberty St. Phone 6215
1115 S. University Ave. Phone 7434
1021 Maiden Lane Phone 2-1715
No. 20-100 Tulip Bubs ........... $ 5.00
No. 21-25 Dinner-Tapers ..........8.75
No. 22-One Ivy Stand ...........5.00
No. 23-One Bird and Cage ........30.00
No. 24-One Fish Globe and Fish .. 5.00
(D)-One Dozen Chrysanthemums 7.50
No. 25-One Boston Fern......... ..3.00
No. 26-One Palm......... ......3.00
No. 27-One Imported Vase .......10.75
No. 28-One Jardineer and Pedestal 10.00
HANDICRAFT FURNITURE CO.
337 E. Liberty St. Phone 9815
No. 48-One Ace Coil Spring and
Beauty-Rest Mattress Com-
plete...................$59.25
No. 49-One Oriental Throw Rug .. 39.00
No. 50-One Mandarin Bridge Table
and 4 Chairs ..........31.75
No. 51-One Hanging Book Shelves 8.00
O. D. MORRILLI
314 S. State St. Phone 6615
The Typewrittr & Stationery Store
No. 29-One Corona Four Profes-
sional Typewriter and
Tabulator ................ $65.00
(E)-One Sheaffer Life Time Foun-
tair Pen (open auction) .. 10.00
SWISS GARMENT CLEANING CO.
209 S. Fourth Ave. uhone 4191

VERNON J. McCRUMB
Nash Sales and Service
109-115 S. Ashley .St. Phone 7916
No. 35--One Set (Simonize Kleener,
Polish, Kozak Cloth, Tar
Remover, Straters Rust
Solvent, Chamois....... . . $ 5.00
No. 37-One Set Running Board
Lamps ................... 2.50
No. 38-One Credit for Nash valve-
grinding and Motor adjust-
ment....................11.50
No. 39-Two 29 x 440 Tubes .......3.80
STEIN CLEANERS
204 E. Washington St. Phone 2-2567
No. 40-Six Pairs Ladies' Silk Hose
($1.15 Special ............. $ 6.90
No. 41-Three Pairs Ladies' Silk
Hose ($1.15 Special) .......3.45
(G)-Three Pairs Ladies' Silk Hose
($1.15 Special) .............3.45
No. 42-One Cleaning Credit .......6.50
SCHLENKER HARDWARE CO.
213 W. Liberty St. Phones 6314 and 22362
No. 43-One only, Model 91 Majestic
Electric Radio with $6.50
Aerial Installation Com-
plete ....................$154.00
ANN ARBOR IMPLEMENT CO.
110 S. Ashley St. Phone 21614
No. 99-One No. 900 Jr. Renown Cir-
culating Heater......... $89.50
KYER LAUNDRY CO.
627 S. Main St. Phone 4185
(N)-One Laundry Credit........$15.00
No. 96-One Laundry Credit.......15.00
No. 97-One Laundry Credit....... 15.00
No. 98-One Laundry Credit .......10.00
DANA E. HISCOCK
Coal
208 E. Liberty St. Phone 6000
No. 68-One Ton Pocohontas Egg
Coal ........... . . . ... . $ 9.48
No. 69-One Ton Forgd Coke ...... 10.52
HUTZEL & COMPANY
Plumbing and Heating
119 E. Washington St. Phone 6113
No. 52-One 18 x 20 China Wall
Lavatory, with white china
combination supply and
waste fittings, trap and
supplies .................. $39.00
No. 53-O n e Credit Check on
Plumbing or Heating Work 50.00
No. 54-O n e Credit Check on
Plumbing or Heating Work 25.00
No. 55-One Swinging Garbage Con-
tainer for under sink ......3.00
THE MICHIGAMME OIL CO.
315 E. Huron St. Phone 5915 or 6802
N. E. Corner Packard and Milan Road
First St. at A. A. Railway
Catherine and Fourth Ave.
S. University Ave. and Washtenaw
Hill and Packard Sts.
Huron and First Sts.
No. 56-One Coupon Book ........ $10.00
No. 57-One Coupon Book........10.00
(1)-One Coupon Book ...........10.00
No. 58-One Coupon Book........10.00
J. B. EIBLER
Jeweler
314 S. Main Phone 5709
No. 59-One Lady's Diamond Ring,
18 Kt. White Gold ........ $60)0
THE WHITE BAKERY
124 E. Washington St. Phone 8816
No. 62--One Credit for Baked
Goods..$10.00
(J)-One Credit for Baked Goods. 5.00
No. 63-One Credit for Birthday
Cake ..................... 4.00
No. 64-One Credit for Birthday
Cake .....................2.00
FRANK W. WILKINSON
Leather Goods, Luggage and Trunks
325 S. Main St. Phone 4013
No. 17-One Ladies Suit-Case . ...$20.00
No. 18-One Ladies Fitall Utility Box 4.00
No. 19-One Rumble-Robe......... 7.50

PRATT & STRIBLEY GARAGE
Goodyear Tires
113 N. Ashley St. Phone 348
No. 60-Two 31 x 5.25 All Weather
Tires and Tubes, Mounted. $30.50
No. 61-One Credit check for Gar-
age work ................17.00
DIETZEL'S SHOE STORE
117 E. Washington St. Phone 3234
No. 70-One pair W. B. Coon
Pumps.................$10.00
No. 71-One Pair Harsh & Chapline
Cushion-sole Work Shoes. 6.00
(K)-One Pair Freemans Oxfords.. .6.00
No. 72-One Pair Nurses White Ox-
fords ..................... 6.95
No. 73-One Pair Boy's Oxfords ... 5.00
A. & L. BATTERY & ELECTRIC
SERVICE CO.
529 S. Main St. Phone 22517
also
EXIDE BATTERY AND TIRE SERVICE
106 S. First St. Phone 9716
No. 65-Two Burgess Super-Duty
Radio B Batteries .. ... . $ 8.50
No. 66-One Lorraine Spot Light,
Complete ................. 15.00
No. 67--One Credit check for Radia-
tor Repair ................ 5.00
ERNST BROS. ELECTRIC SHOP
210 S. Fourth Ave. Phone 7776
No. 44-One Cinderella Washer . . .$37.50
(H)--One Lightolier Desk Lamp .. 8.00
No. 45-One Dormeyer Mixer ...... 22.50
No. 46-One Percotoaster.........11 .:5
No. 47-One Sunroom Fixture .... 15.00
CRIPPEN DRUG STORES, INC.
217 N. Main St. Phone 8511
723 N. University Ave. Phone 9797
207 S. Main St. Phone.6811
No. 74-One Zel Bath Bruth ...... $11.00
No. 75-One Jewel Comb-Brush &
Mirror Set ................ 20.00
No. 76-One Box of Eaton-Crane
Stationery.... .. ......8.00
No. 77-O0ne Leather-Covercd Bridge
Set with Pad and Two Decks
Gold-edged Cards.........6.00
No. 78-One Torrid Electric Flat-
iron .... .................3.60
No. 79-One Electric Heating Pad.. 7.50
No. 80-DeVilibiss Atomizer ........8.00
No. 81-Johnson & Johnson House-
hold First Aid Kit .........3.00
(L)-One Quart Thermos Bottle .. 4.00
No. 82-One DeLux Gillette Razor
(New Style) ...7........7.50
No. 83-Eight-ounce Bottle of Nyle
Ci Mi Perfume ...........16.00
No. 84-5 lb. Box Gobelin (Black
Seal Chocolates). ......10.09
No. 85-One $20.00 Gold-Piece .... 20.00
No. 86-Leather Bill-fold-Cigarette-
Case and Key Container .. 10.00
M9cLEAN & NEELANDS
Groceries and Meats
318 S. State St. Phone 4201
(M)-One Basket Richelieu Mer-
chandise .................$11.25
No. 87-One Case (2 Doz.) No. 2 cans
Assorted Richelieu Fruit .. 9.00
No. 88-One Grocery Credit.......10.00
No. 89-One Case (2 Doz.) No. 3 cans
Richelieu Tomatoes .......7.20
No. 90-Two Dozen N&. 3 cans
Richelieu (one dozen each
of Apricots and Pears) .... 12.60
No. 91--One Credit for Fresh Meats 10.00
No. 92-One Dozen No. 2 cans
Richeieu Eastern Green
asparagus................ 6.50
No. 93-Two Dozen Assorted Clapp's
Prepared Fruit or Vegetable
Soup for Babies ...........6.00
No. 94-Ten Pounds Richeliew Cof-
fee ....................5.00
No. 95-One Complete Joy Scout
Outfit, Hat, Scarf and Ring,
Wool Shirt, Wool Trousers,
Wool Socks and Belt ...... 14.70

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NOTICE-Turkey-Chicken- Duck
Dinner 75c Sunday.
FOREST INN
Forest Ave. near South University
TO PERSONS having rooms to rent
for Nov. 13 and 14, 1930, for dele-
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Annual meeting, please notify
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Journalism, 306 West Medical
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stating number of rooms avail-
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ATTENTION, BOYS-Eight vacan-
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Sleeping and breakfast $1.00.
Mrs. M. C. Palm, 332 East Jeffer-
son. Phone 7716. 45
TABLE BOARD, $6.00 per week for
lunch and- dinner, or $7.00 in-
cluding breakfast. Single meals
50c. Sunday dinner 75c. Also
double or single rooms to rent.
Mrs. M. C. Palm, 332 E. Jeffer-
son. Phone 7716. 456
GRAPE JUICE-Made of sweet
Concord grapes. Phone 6826.
WA1fED
COLORED COUPLE wish work in
fraternity as cook and porter.
Will work for $25 a week and
room. Experienced. Call 6308. 6
WANTED-Student to sell novelty
football souveniers on game days
Call Browne or Crow. Phone
6317. 45
WANTED-Students bundle wash-
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call for and deliver. Call 2-3365.
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FOR RENT
SUNNY rooms including apart-
ment. Steam heat, shower, soft
water, garage. Dial 8544. 422 E.
Washington. 456
FOR RENT-3 Nice single rooms.
$3.50* per week. Well heated. 944
Greenwood. 234
FOR RENT-7 room house; twelve
minute walk from campus on
Bus line and one-half block from
Eberbach School and one and
one-half block from Tappan
Junior High. Two-car garage;
rent reasonable. Ready for oc-
cupancy. Phone owner 23440.
2204 Packard Rd.
NEW 6-room unfurnished apart-
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parlor, enclosed sun porch, ga-
rage, soft water, electrical refrig-
eration, electric stove, laundry
tubs. $50. Call 6509 during the
day. 2X
FOR SALE
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grape juice and sweet cider. Call
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MICHIGAN, 6;

ILLI-

LaJuenesse ikicked off to Illinois
on the 5 yard line and Munch ran
it back to his own 32 yard line.
Munch was tackled for two yards'l
loss. Illinois time out.

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Second Quarter
Hudson failed -to gain. Newman
was thrown for a one yard loss.j
Wheeler punted from Illinois' 45
yard line to the 10 yard line where
Cornwell grounded it. Robinson
made two yards on a fake punt.
Berry tried an end run and lost a
yard. Samuels made the tackle.
Hozer blocked Bodman's punt
and Mrrison recovered on Illi-
nois' $0 yard line. Hudson
made two yards off tackle.
Hudson failed at center. Mich-
igan lst five yards on a trick
pass. Newman place kicked
from a difficult angle on the 17
yard line. Score-MIC HIGAN
9, ILLI4NOIS 0.
Bodman, Illinois, kicked off to
Newman on Michigan's 12 yard
line. He returned it 8 yards to the
20 yard line. Wheeler made six
yards through Illinois' right tackle.
Eastman made it first down on
Michigan's 35 yard line. Owen for
Bennett at right end for Illinois.)
Newman fumbled and Berry recov-
ered for Illinois on Michigan's 46
yard line.
Yunuskus made one yard at
Michigan's r i g h t tackle. Berry
passed to Russell for 26 yards to

Fourth Quarter

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Pass, Newman to Wheeler, lost a
yard. Eastman was held for no
gain. Wheeler punted from Illnois'
46 yard line out of bounds on Illi-
nois' 17 yard line. Berry got away
for 6 yards.'
Bodman punted on his own 25
yard line to Newman on Michigan's
40 yard line. Thle ball was run to
midfield. A pass, Newman to.
Eastman, was good for 25 yards,
Eastman being run outside on Illi-
nois' 10 yard line.
Illinois took time out. Newman
pasesd to Hudson over the far cor-
ner of the end zone on the same
play which defeated Minnesota last
year. It was made on a fake place
kick. Score, MICHIGAN, 15; ILLI-
NOIS, 7. Trial for point was
blocked.
Michigan kicked off to Berry who
Ian the ball to his own 35 yard line.
Bodman punted from his own 42
yard line to Michigan's 18 yard line.
Wheeler punted out of bounds on
his own 37 yard line.
On two plays, Illinois placed the
ball on Michigan's 20 yard line.
Wheeler intercepted Berry's pass on

No. 30-One Cleaning Credit.
No. 31-One Cleaning Credit
No. 32-One Cleaning Credit
(F)-One Cleaning Outfit ....
No. 33-One Cleaning Credit
No. 34-One Cleaning Credit.
No. 35-One Cleaning Credit

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All Red Arrow Merchants will give Dollar for Dollar in Red Arrow Money in return for All Money Paid on Charge Accounts. All
Bids must be in Auction Boxes before noon, Tuesday, October 28th, 1930. Bring your Bid-Studs and Red Arrow Money to the
Michigan Theatre, Wednesday Evening, October 29th. Pictures will start at 7 P. M. Come early and be sure of a seat.
Do NOT Bid on Articles Marked (A), (B), (C), etc., as they are reserved for Open Auction Only.

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