100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

November 23, 1930 - Image 7

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1930-11-23

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

SUNDAY, NOVE r IDEP 23, 1)210

THE MTCRIGAN DAILY

PAGE $FVPN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SBV~N

_. ,.. _

r
a

J14AYVEESDOWNED MICHIGAN WINS FROM CHICAGO
BY BADGERS, 13- IntramuralI TO TAKE CONFERENCE LAURELS
Powerful Wisconsin Line Drives IT
Prv9McianIUnon. xv a (Continued from Page 1) to get cdown under Knudson's high,
fr___ii__sUdon. a incomplete over the goal, and kicks and stop the receiver.
(Continued From Page 6) the ball went to the Maroons on If any M4nichigan men can bo saidE
eral unsuccessful play.s Stoll failed FiRES11MVAN GOL.F. their own 20-yard line. Knudson to haye star .-ed in yc.,,-erda y's title,
to kick a field goali rom the 29-adncdi
yard sripe.George David defeated M. Sch- punted to Wheeler who advnedi they are Hudson and Cornwell.
Both teams tightened for a whilp loss in a thrilling 23 hole match1tthMiign4-adsrp.TOHdo scedohtuhd;ns
but then Michigan's line began toI one up, to bring Intramural Fresh-,' plays netted six yards, when Sim- and Cornwell was seen to break
be weak for the plunges of the Wis-! man Golf to a close for the fall rail dropped back into punt forma- through from his guard port time
consin backs. Aided by a bad Mich- season. The winner will receive tion and threw a wide pass to Ilud- and again and pull down the Chi-
igan punt that rolled out on the a cup, and the runner-up a modal.I, son who ran and twisted his way cago rangr.behndo the Maroon
45-yard stripe, the Badger trio of Twenty-eight men participated in 30 yardfs for a touchdown. The total Soa -a '_sonobablymth ,c dotan
b cks swept all tacklers aside untilthtorae, gain for the play was 49 yards.<<tetrnm t.camoa>pbblthd
Anderson went over for a score. MONDAY},;S CuIEDL1. Hozer failed to add the extra point. inm player J'.or the inv'adr _;. His
hagn itote cg ,, d ormo;t of is
Wolves Lose Strength. ti,immng. Tessmer, who hdgn no thej yP ei'S cgains, ad ispase ve:'e
From then on Michigan could 7:30-Delta Sig;ma Delta vs. Del- game in place of Newman startedadfrspse ,:
not hold her own. In the first half ta Sigma Pi; Delta Tau Delta vs. Michigan on the road to its second ! good. Knudson also pru:ved (, be
of the third quarter a penalty gave Ps~i Upsilon. and fi-nal touchdown in the fourth a dan7gerous o pponent.
Wisconsin the ball on Michigan's a 11 ;d ?all, quarter by intercepting a pass on
Bullockin. ands ad rFeld :4,pushed the ballivs.PhiC, Shsgona3-yAdlpha FrmMhisvs.ockPhiFed Kshppae bpoinSimaAltheM vWolvesppapostartedlvs sared drdr '
over for their sec.ond scorr. Feld Psi; A'lph a Kappa Lambda s Phi which ended with Hudson aga.in1
ca°yn h aloe h otbtthis time made the point alt, r his; Alpha Delta. I aryn tebalovrth oapu
own touchdown. Vle althiis time fromn the Chicago, 4-yard
The last quarter was marked 7:30-'Triangle vs. Delta Upsilon;-lne,,ze idno fibo te;x
only by four 15-yard penalties onrh, Gma etav.rgo;8:0t r a point, and the score was 16;-0.
the Badgers, Michig~an's inability I-Phi Kappa P's? vs. Pi Kapp l Kipke sent in his shock troops tf1,
to o anything, and several nice p ha; ApaTuOeav.Bt hspoint, btte cudntgain
runs by Anderson and Fold that; Sifmas;93-eta Alpha Ep against the Maroon regular., and;
did not threaten the Wolverine goal < <lon vs. Pi Lambda Phi; Omega Psi the game ended without further "
seriously. . PhiBeaDl. chances to score.
____In winning thi s game, Michigan '4F az t 4
Lineups: CosCuty piled up an impressive. total of
Michigan Pos Xriconi 430 ndpndn Rn first downs in making 14 against I ,
Spcedbail.vs
Blovard ........ LE.. Lubratovich .:0DiaAlh piols the 4 for the invaders. Two of
Frisk......LT........ Lar son Kiappa Nu, semi-final. these were by passing and the rest
Parker ........ LG ..... Kowalsky ______- eefo ieplay. TeWle
Winston ...... C........... r r" A -gained total of 190 yards from --__ _
Benz ....... RG ........ Launtz ; _~ OL B rgi scrimmnage against the 22 for Chi-_______
Unger........ RT..... Schneider!o Mliaryoecg. Both of these totals include;E
Justice ........RE......... Eigen ground lost vs well as gained. In II
Berkowitz ..... QB ....... Willeon 1(73y 4 soC atcd Th ;A passing also the home team held0
Podlewski...LHI...... Anderson PARTS, Nov. 22.-Experts aren'ti a distanee advantage, completing qj
Blrown.........R.1....... Bullock!;-,' re that Fr°ance will get a bar- tree out of 1{i trie, while the Mva-
Coomb e.......FB ..........Frol d gain sli? when and if, Primo nro-ns could do n better th-un onr;c
Score by Quarters: Camera firnally is called. into mill- out of four..
"Michigan......o 0 0 0-- G w.Y ~s.rvice under the tri-color . The Michigan Line play was goodl
Wisconsin.... .0 6 7 0- 13 1 Though Primo, a naturalized throughout the game, but the 'I
Summaries: i reichman, has been dec-lar ed, backs did not scorn to be able to
Touchdowns-Wisconsin: Anderson "gocod" for military duty in the 'get going. The Maize and Blue 'i
Pointsd Aftern: erkwit.uchdown-mytheesaeomn- ho ens ed thatow phellcouldn'tI Pinp . fts Tthedwn-iswn-hc ile hathCoachn'tpStathgg'site CacnStmensf akme
sin: Fold, physical tests.j demonstrated that they knew how iI

{

FOR
SK-A 'i G

C LAS! IET
. ADVERISINGw "M

NOTICS

it

The Rinlk Is Open

The Se°ascon Is O

USED CLOTHES boughat and s old.
Call 4310, 215 E. Washingtoni. H.
Benjamin. 2460
Proving that nothing can be
washed clean by easy methods.
MOE LAUNDRY
2014 North Main Street C
ENGLISH HISTORY 33
TUTORED BY TOMMIE MACK
310 S. State Phone 7927
456C
NOTICE-If the person who ab-
sconded with the Morrison and
Commager history book which
was left in Daily Business office
will return said book to afore-
mentioned offie no questions
will be asked. Owner flunked
blue book in 1course yesterday.
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9087.
C

dKATE O"UTFITS

ATI WcnrftlLine

All Styles and Prices

n 5140

TYPEWRITERS SOLD,
AND REPAIRED.
SLATrER.'S INC.
S. STATE ST. I

RENTED
DIAL 3814
561234(2)C

--' t

SUBSCRIBE17 TO THE MICHIGAN DAILY!

F~OR RENT

I

,il Yarilt

,anin

CX70

FOR RENT--A pleasant front suite
for faculty or men students; also
one single or double; opposite
Woman's League, 909 E. Wash-
inigton. Phone 5910.G
VERY d~eal ,,bie front suite. Rent
single or double. Phone 8194. 6
COMPLETELY furnished apart-
ment for four girls; private bath,
shower, steam heat. Also double
room and garage. Dial 8544. Lo-
Scation between State and Divis-
ion. 345
SOUTHEAST SECTION - 5-room
flat, with garage if desired.
Handy to schools and city bus
lines. Phone 4023. 234561
FOR SALE
TENOR BANJO with resonator,
$16.00. Also Kodak with special
lens and shutter. Phone 3236.

Mr. Charles F. An-
drews of India will
ho!ld anra informal
meeting in Lane'
Hall. tonight at 7:30
0 'c lo ck. Studert
are cordi,-aly g
viceto ixa .end f

4

"V/ce cannot snake all the Ice Cream, so we make the best of it"
FOR TIHANKSGIVING

I

SPECALISS ONSILKS

Tu>rkey Gobblers, Corn_ on Colb. Pumpkins, Apples, Peaclies,
anthemus, Grapes andi Horn of Plenty.
Pum15skin Pies C~anbcrry Sherlbet
Ncsselrode Puoddin5
Sp~ecial it i s weed:
Str awbcrry
7,F ricn Sherbet
clhccolate Not l

Clirys-

A-
N~ XA7~WY1\ii717Y.

s

ANNARBOR'S
ONLY

CLEANERS
FORM
PRIESSERS

Phne 22553 436 Third Street
Fruit Punches and Sherbets mnade with sun-ripencd fruit juices

IA! en'sSuis ~eeiv~Speial nse..an

Cuff Brushing
C nvenient ric List

11

I

WA~N fEr
WANTED -- Two co-eds working
Eway through school. Call at
Swiss Garment Cleaning Co.
Dial 4191. -- -5&a
LOST,
LOST light tan topcoat at R. and
S. Restaurant Tuesday. Reward
offered. Call Carl Reynolds 6882.
LOST-A girls Parker fountain pen,
Cgreen mottled with white and
name, Betty Ann_ C., Tues. on
State street near Slater's. Finder
please call 5894.

,_~h - - _

t
e-
.a+r - -

.
I i!
,
i.'
,
I
'{
: ..
i
is
t
s
,,' Fd
"III
' ;I
j 7;
I
i I
,i 1.

Ladies' Wool Dresses (plain).
li~ccs' Cc; of Suits (plain).

a ' '1

Coats

(fur collar) .. .

7n IN
.a-ae next Red Arrow Auction
l '011 be held at the ' '
4 . eatre ., December r

.

The high bidders will be announced at 9
P .., or as soon as possib le ther°e a er.
BE SURE YOJR HIGH BID IS PLACED IN AN AUCTION
BLOCK .kORE NON, TUESDAY, DEC. 2nd. ALL AUC-
BTOCSWILCLSEAAIS;FRTEBD

M o~e e -aborate fur trim.
L-adies p Silk Dresses (pleated)
Up to 15 plea
Evening Gowns and Velvets. .
Hats Cleaned, Ladies.......
Scarfs 35c, Gloves ..........
Men's Suits, Topcoats ......
Form Pressed. ............
Tuxedos ..................
Men's Trousers............
Neckties 15c each, 7Ifor.....
We do all kinds ofY
150/r® DISCOUNT
When Garments Ca

Anil rWE CALL.
C~lANDFOR
Call for and Cash and.
Deliver Prices Carry Prices
.. . . . . .$1.25 $1.00
.. . . . . .$1.50 $1.25
.. . . . . .$1.25 $1.00
.. . . . . .$1.50 $1.25
slightly higher
.. . . . . .$1.50 $1.25
its
.. . . . . .$2.00 $1.75
.. .. . .. .. 5 c 50c
.. . . . .25c pair-
.. . . . . .$1.00 75c
.. .. . .. .. 5 c 40c
... . . . .$1.00 $1.25
.. .. . .. ..5 c 40c
.. . .. . .$1.00
Altering and Repairing
?$5 CASH CARDS
illed for and Delivered
Phone

11

f
;
1
r
i

11

Anoiwi~ Ay open &uclon will follow the regular
ck.A a c ? i e~auction a pers-on may bid
iiia~ 'w ~ ~ h~ "asRed Arrow,,, money to pay
for. ,_IrngaF._ of y ur Red Arrow money to the auc-
tion you "nay use it in t~ke open bidding.
FOLLOWNG 1THEREGULA~R ED APR OW 'VAUCTION THE
"LIz 7Y"VIL BE SOLD IN OEN1:BIDDING TH
WINNING L 4 OPsITHE BABY WILL BE PAIDWITH RD

17

I!

i S
n '
,i .
1, I
ilia
Y
'
'
i

Garmer Cleaning
Company.
of Enex -in,

4191

Subscribe
to the, Daily

"The Hle
CFHAS. H. SCHRO)EN

of E ner~C:,
ERWIN W. SCHROEN

NOW!

INI F.

I

lis

1111111

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan