__ _ _ _ _ _T1-F' MICIGAN DMZ
SUMMARIES OF OPENING GAMES
WANTED SALESME-Part time
work. Big pay. Greene Cleaners.
. " 4 M. " i-mss L..A.. * h 1 J ...4..,. ,. __ _ ..1 tel. .a..
Ipin. On or near
pleas~e call 5964.
iiued from Page 9)
tangle in their annual
he showing which the
is made against Ypsilanti
k was distinctly disap-
it must be remembered!
Normnal school boasted a'
ch will be as strong as
ny o n e against which
Michigan Denison I Michigan Mui. Normal
Sikkenga ....L.E......, upe Hwt....LE.....Wo
Gitman ......L.T........ Ludwig Sae ls..... . L.T,.......Buckood!
Douglas ....L.G,.....Shepard ;aul .... uk l
Soelberg .C......Thompson La Jeunesse ...IL.G. .Bernhagen
Avery......G......... Poole Morrison ..... C.......... Stoner
Castle......R.T.....Ppy Cornwell......RAG........ Vanyo
Williamson . ..R.E..... McConnellI Purdurn...... R.T. ... Shoemaker
Wheeler......Q.B.......... Geil #R.Emr ...... ..Muenldch
Wills..... .... L.H........ Gable ,TIessme.....Q........anol
Stoll .........R.H. ......Walker .etn...H.....Hw
Goldsmith ... F.B......... Rimes Simrall......R:H. ....... Tuttle
Score by quarters: S core by quarters:
See our Wahl Personalized Pens
before you buy. Latest styles, best
Rider Pen Shop r
NOTICE:-MAOE LAUNDRY SERV-
ICE FOR ASSURED SATISFAC-
TION. SOCKS MENDED AND I
SHIRTS COLLARS TURNED.
WANTED-Students bundle wash-
ing. All socks darned free. Will
call for and deliver. Call 2-3365.
WANTED-Tenor in Presbyterian
quartet choir. Consult Miss
Nora Hunt, University School of
WANTED-Tutors in every sub-
jcespecially Chem., Econ.,
Engin., Languages, Phio.,
Psych., Sociol., Zool. Apply atj
onice MACK TUTORING;
AGENCY, 310 S. State, over Col-
lege Inn. Phone 7927. 1C
ROOM FOR 2 OR 3 BOYS-Dormi-
(tory, privileges. Overstuffed fur-
niture. 721 Cathrine St. 11
Music. Studio 216.
k ~ TYPEWRITERS
Every one prefer's a Royal Pi
Typewriter. - Call ,at Ride
Shop and see why.
302 South Sat
RE-OPENING OF PIANO
Ij ORGAN STUDIOS_
Mrs. Emm ischer Coss
jsumed. her piano -.an
Yo 4 Michigan....0
re jDenison ........0}
erK2 Wills, O'Neil. Goals from
tou:chdowns - Goldsmith, Mtoll 2,
Referee-=Bechtel Wittenberg. Um-
pire-Lambert, Ohio State. Field
jiid1,ae-Thomxpson, Lawrence.' Head
linesmani-Maxwell, Ohio State.
Off i~ials- Bechtel, Wittenberg,
referee; Dr. Lambert, Ohio State,
umrpire; Thomnpson, Lawrence, field
judge; Dr. MaxWell,_ Ohio State,,
WHAT'S YOUR IDEA
OF A FRESHMAN?-
t Michigan....0 0 7 0- 7
Mich. Normal .. 0 . 0 0- 0
L(Offiials-Referee-R. W. Bechtel,
Wittenber, Umpire--Dr. F. A. Lam-'
'bert, Ohio State. Field judge-A. W.
l;Thompson, Lawrence. Head lines-
man-Dr. E. P. Maxwell, Ohio State.
BUTLER UNIVERSITY-Three or
'four oft the university's football
t#games will be played at night this
,,year. Thirty arc lights have been
e mployed, to make the Butler bowl
one of the best lighted stadiums in
WANTED-Position on Campus as
private, secretary by young wo-f
man, University graduate, excel-
lent references, thorough experi-
ence. Address box 140 Michigan_
We employ skilled Penmakers to do
your pen repairing.
Rider Pen Shop
302 South State
A oX ozoiaI .A
TWO large attractive front rooms '
with private bath in residence !I
section; two blocks from campus.
Large enough for. three. Also
Available for one or two persons.
large front room. TelephoneI
6118 or call at 508 Monroe. 1
2 VERY attractive rooms for men.
Newly decorated; new beds; veryf
reasonable rent, Phone 7019.
923 Greenwood. 1x;
FOR: RENT--Boys! Why not be]
near Ferry, Field? Room, single;
or double. 702 Arch St. 12
FOR RENT-Suite of rooms, one or
two girls. Rent reasonable. 427
Hamilton Place. Dial 5942. 123
FOR RENT-TWo large suites,
Ifront, $9 and $8, or single.
Steam. 311 Thompson. 2 blocks
from campus. . 1&2
FOR RENT-Large suite suitable
for two or three boys. One vacan".
cy in front room. Rent rea-
sonable. Dial 22352. 425 S.
TWO room furnished apartment:
Screen in porch, hot softwater
and hot water heat. 315 Packard:,
Dial 22464. 1
FOR RENT -Four-room unfur-
nished apartment, one and a,
half blocks from campus. Oil.
heat, frigidaire, soft water fur-
nished. Call 6937 or 5091. 123456
.I1 C G/1411r, u~ia !" . -... X.1, Cll
edIge of six to five in this feat-
pre of the game.
Denison University did not prove
obethe same opposition that Yp-
ianti was able to give, but gave
Edchigan a chance to 'display an
ffensive, which while is was kept
rider cover at all times, showed
gns of a brilliance which may
~eleop into Qa. real th~reat in th
'onference. Michigani gainedl223
4rds by ruishing 'during this gamne
gainst the ?80ifar their opponents. i
VTeeler, playing at quarterback
or the Wolves acounted. for 105.
f. hese yards .wile his closest ri-
aWills at half clicked off 37
hrough the Denison. line.
In the Ypsi~lntigame Sol
Hudson 'was' th~e big -round-
gainer forM ihian wih a to-
tal of ,1 yar 's to 4is credit.
J~e13akert a&highy-oued niew,-
comm~er to--te, Mize andjBlue
rnslivedup to his repufa~-
yards wie asi~n the game.
Coming fomthellhometo9wn of
Benny Oseba, Msen
terangy'so i4 xmgre,4uti ed
himel bysntchnga 111
pass f fro n esser topu4t th
ball in scoring position and
then carrying it across on a
lateral pass play.
In the matter of punting Michi-
art outkicked Denison. by thirteen
aids in the first game when thej
evaders averaged 29 yards per
k and the Wolves 49. In the
°Otnd game ,Cach.KipelWaso hat
n adva W wen.hi putesA
vereaged 4' ardiin hs puther3Q
r the Ypsi kickers.
Arbor, elpgim Sate
compaist for Choral Union a
artists in the West.
o .. r'i
F reshmen can be classified tinder two dis-
tinct groups-unguided and misguided.
Thome in the first .group never heard of
collar-control. TPhey unblushingly face
the worl~d with. collar-tips untrammelled
-waving with the winds--free as farncy's'
flight (or how~ever the poet puts it). The
misguided group mnakes an attempt to he
rcaptains of their collars. But they think a
collar m~ust be pinned ... they think that
the tortu~re of stabbed throats and thumbs
" a ;penance one pays to fashion. They
neer heard of Swaink. It looks like a pin,,
but4isn't. Just slip Swank on andi slip it
off. Collars never wrinkle. They keep per-
fectly in place. And Swank has no points
-you don't fill your, collars with holes.
Jewelers' or men's shops. Plain, fancy and
sport designs in various lengths. Gold-
filled or solid gold. 50 cents to $10.
LOOKS LIKE A PIN--BUT ISN'T
Made by the Baer & Wilde Co., Makers of
Kun-a-part Cuff Buttons and Carlton Auto-
'matic Lighters ,. . Attleboro~ Mass. '
1114 South University Ave.r
Courtesy and Service
Oct. 4-Michigan State ;
l Oct. 11--Purdue,
Oct. 18--Ohio State
* Oct. 25 *IIlinois,
"Get That Hair Cut"
and listen to the World Series and
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FOR RENT-Cottage at 1019 Hill.
Furnished,* 3 rooms and bath. 123
ONE SUITE and five double rooms.
furnished and large. Close to
campus. 1106 Oakland. 123
FOR SALE-Grape; juice and sweet
cider. Call R. E. Wagner.. Phone
9534 or 2-2413. 123456
APARTMENT of two bedrooms,
bath room, livings room for grad-
uate students. Private entrance.
539 S. Fifth Ave. 1
ROOMS FOR, RENT-One large
double front room, $2.50 each.
Single rooms, $3.00. 433 Hamilton
F 0 R R E N T-Single furnished
Iroom. 610 E. Liberty. No other
r~oomers. Phone 3566. 1
COMPLETELY furnished apart-
ment. Also, double room. Steam
heat, shower. Dial 8544 or 8714.
422 E. Washington. 123
in the c
Oscar 8aengr, INew'
Class work for teac.
City. Concert and oi
de Re ske, Paris, Fr<
Italin rp§toire, Si
Mln, Ialy. Concert
e e* a n t
M any are buyii
them here, t
cause they fit a
m o r e expensi
,Yet,. they ~a rr
sonably pr i ce
eesiIf you want your clothes
laundered in an expert man-
ner by all means send it to
A L.W A .YS";
Years of experience have
netted us a reputation for.
guaranteed quality, service,
and satisf action
Just dial 9495 'and ask our
mian to stop; or you can save
+--ire wondering where the best
dressed men that you see buy their
clothes and it is a sure bet that a
lot 'of those good looking suits and
topcoats came from Del. Prete's.
We have twenty-three years experi-
e~nce as tailors specializing in correct
clothes for the college man. Here's
a_ tip-pay this store a visit when
you're looking for clothes and you'll
have to look no farther.
Those. Rough, S hypv
There has beenv a most encouraging
response to our presentation .of, Tope
coats made of Harris type fabrics.
These cloths have the roushghfnds anl
the lofty texture that have made Hdrrises
Braebu.rn takes these If a6ri cs _t~o new-
heights in: the smartly styled coats they
have fashioned for us.
1 nd Carry
This snappy two button
sure to be a big favorite
-in beautiful browns, grays and
tans-new polo models with
luxurious silk linings. Long coats
continue in favor.
Come in-see this suit in a fabric
you'll like and a fit you 'll find;
hard to beat.
,,- Others 25 and $30