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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1930

THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y

PAGE SEVER

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ADVERTISING
Puck Team Gets Ready __-NOTI'va
for Opening Encounter 'USED CLOTHES bought and ,sold.

ISHSHEDULES
WITflU T__A1LOS S
Possibility That Detroit Team
May be Disqualified After
Action of Board.
USED INELIGIBLE MAN
Thanksgiving day wrote finis to
another year of Michigan Intc-
scholastic football and found three
teams locked in a tie far first place1
honors in the state. Flint Northern1
Jackson, and Hamntramack- High
schools will all have to be contp t
with a shave of the state crown
since pay-offs a:e imrposible.
Grand Rapids South and union
undefeated and untied up anti
Thanksgiving battled through
driving snow storm to a screess
tie In a game which had both th
city and state titles at stake, and
as a result both dropped out of th I
race for the major title, while di-
vidinp the city laurels betweer
them.
NorthJern Victor Over Ccntral, Flinr
Flint Northern brought its sensor
to a close with an 18-0 victory over
Flint Central in another city titular
battle and as a result enters the
charmed circle of the trio. Ths
win gave Northern a season total ot
nine wins and no defeat, or ties.
In the other game of the day
which had a bearing on the sat
title, Jackson romped all over it
traditional rival Ann Arbor to pile
up a25-0 count. Had weather con-
ditions been better it is probable
that the score would have mounted
even higher. This win gives Jack-
son the Five A championship as,
well as a share of the state title
for the first time since the league
has been organized. Hamtramack
finished its season last weep with
nine wins and no ties or reverses.
Hamntrarnack May Be Forced. Out.
Whether the Detroit school will
have a claim to its part of the title
is still in doubt since the state ath-
letic board has ordered the Cosmos
to forfeit four of its games cue to
the use of an ineligible player i
them. However the Hamntramack
officials plan to carry this ati
to the courts to determine whether
the state board has the authority
to issue such an order.
In Grand Rapids, where South
and Union fought their annual bat-
tie, the teams were evenly inatched
throughout the game, and predic-
tions before the opening whistle
were that the set-to would result in
a deadlock. However, both teams!
threw away scoring chances when
the ball became so slippery thati
the players had difficulty in handl-
ing t
Flint Northern's triumverate, Su-
pak, Mitoraj, and Reynolds fuc
tioned to perfection Thursday, and
when they got underway Central
did not have a chance, although
they put-up a good fight against
superior odds and gave their city
rivals a battle for every inch of the
ground.
Jackson Beats Anon Arbor.
Jackson had little trouble with
Ann Abor, with the playing con-I
dition being almost more of a hin-
drance than their opponents.
Muskegon, a team which for
years has almost always figured in
state championships was knocked
out of the race early in the season,
but came back strong to take the
measure of Grand Rapids Central
in their annual Turkey Day slug-
fest 6-0.

NTREMDAME ANDARMY.-STAS

TO ; {ET TODAY

Intramural

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MARTY the poesitions, and it is from these N w SACRIFICE-I still owe a small
D I L__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ three men that the defense duo, balance on my Viking delux
pBbaiRxIiLbLic-d sedan, will sell for small amount
' pr~rlsors eatmn oablry ~ o ?iin I of cash and party buying assum-
N iU 'eonsoa n l all-cankpus indoor S0 10inc1 ~er, Lane n, an Coi rion ing balance due and car contract.
?_.e li or 151, anm 17. Q ualri- Sc fndere, ne n, ao ndop od i Car as god as new. Call me for
Ln ; rcamc s will be played atth the " :- ine positions in dCrfuther nfrator41.-
Ch-Z-ink course on East Huron' sons of 3i ude. FRea, and Cross.n TYPING, script, of all kinds; cor-
<1 s ooelfrag~.Th iea the group of sophomr ,an l il p il1in g, manuscript, statistics,
that the uliyiGrngrundse tymb all pr obabiity at least one of these stenography. Phone 994. qai'sa tl eb gelrn ~1pc er ilfrehswyit
k tyd hae ben stfom4pm.terul r lineup. In any event -______
I D11 the~ Wolverines will be well equippe-d REALSILK SUGGESTIONS FOR
A s will conist Of an indiidr-remtralti esn CHRISTMAS GIFTS-The new
h . <<nal t ,cy cup for the nhamrpio-In thing that was sorely needed genuine sheer chiffon hosiery.
Nf ,the runner-up will be given an in-lsyer Also medium and service weight.
:atral medal, and special awards New patterns in men's scks in
o ah lowr scorer in eswch day's /hiasal-rnfcnpyr silk and silk and wool and chil-
:l lning round and to the one Jc Tompkin:s will tend the nets dren's hose. Also dainty new
who makes the most "holes in one" again this year, and should enjoy y igregret.Cl ide
dCuming each of these days. another successful season. romp- Gooding.g Dial 9592 forapont
A~ special fee of twenty cents per' kins was one of the utstanicng ot 3
round 01. eighteen holes during this goaies in the country last yar, ____________
4 A ftou namet has been arranged by and saved several games for the NOTICE-goe is a new advertis
.,aL golf course.I(~.the nets. If oa capable defense rsls al22- o nona
X,2 A qaifig;ondwllb pair cn be uncovered Mdehiigar tien and rates.
.i tay ed iby medal discore while the dfeseplycholdaelty.rn :'air________
strong.TPN -Tee
> OH limination~ rounds will be deter- ,TYIG hesaspclt.ar
: PRICE miricd by match play. For every With new rules ir forc this year rates. M V. Hartsuff Dial 9037.
Arp- '$ cuec hundred entrants in the qzuali- designee to' speed uip the game C EN
f:hMESN6ag~iw round, 32 will qualify and be Lowery is drilling his charged not -_____ _--_
-permitted to participate in the only on defenive play, but. is also >i RRN
F VS Phioto ehmn3inaion bracket. In the elimni- j working his front line with an eye _______
Brill, Hanley, Mcssinger, and Price are ony four of' the "bi; sots" ra cc hall tht l cash today hin nation rounds a match will consiti toward back-che.<king the oppo- IOMLEELY funihed aprt
ho Arn-y-Notre Dafie battle at Sai iers cQCal .nc, Tiiwe neaeunr cnIs as the ruciai one for the itof eighteen holes or as many as I nenlts in mid le ment for fu girls. Steam het,
leish as the rugged Cadet ierwa r1 w,,.11is e-eacte - to k c: .nz c c-cL i play.inig-at to s speed throughout necessaryi to break< a tie., private bath:, and stouer. Single
the contest in order to gain a itory for the SO~it3 Bend PRamnblers. The semi-final and final matches WE RENT and double rooms. Also garage.
____ __ __ ___will be thirty-six holes or as many WE SERVICE I( a j i4 S Between State and Division. Dial
vy s necessary to decide the match. WE SELL 54. 561
GRlID METNVADD STRENGT T; eAT C To AMer I rish CROSLEY AMRAD BOSCH854
CROSS COUNTRY. STHOP BATCHELOR APT. for 1 or 2.
BEFOREDE MEET WITH T 1. a Fc aure Gridf Game Ostrander won the first Turkey- Tl 2.2812 615 E. William Steam heat. Conveniently located

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Captain Auer of the 1930-31 in the 145-pouind class.
wrestling team 'reported yesterday3 From the Varsity football tf.am,
to Coach Keen. The addition of Qefciman, in the 165-p)ound class,I
SCapt. Auer to the wrestling squad i Morga_=, 175, Lajuene s1-, also in tis
will strengthen the team consider- 175-pound cla:ss, and Draveling, c
ably in the heavyweight depart- heavyweight, have reported to
mont. Keen.
Other football men have reported The B football team giving, be--
within the last wek in order to' sides Benz, Jordon in the 175-pound
,strengthen the team with its hard division, Parker in the 155-pouo.nd
warms-up meet with Yp si, Dec. 9.I class, and F ri k representing the
Benz, letter man of last year's nat 1105--pound class, to the wrestlin a
aggregation reported from the Toot- jmats. Coach Keecn is well satitad
ball squad and is sure of a position with the turn-ouat.s
4 WE RESURE.,
OYWiLL IKE

I Day cross count-ry run sponsoready
(Continued Fromn Page 6) f the Intramural department in the
p e:red in the Notre Dame back- fast time of 17:55. The meet was
ici alng ithCaido, Bill an Ion the winners request, the Intra-
Schwartz, and the results have mural department substituted in-
nfyf ying but disappointing. With stead of the 10-pound turkey, a loy-
zuch rythin as the Famblers pos- a ing cup. Nicholson placed second
ses and the unerring field gener- and will receive numerals. Third
a~hpof Carideo, the Army can be and fourth place went to Austin,
co-liceded nothing more than an brother of the Varsity star, and
c.tside chance. Evans respectively.

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FOR SALE
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Students and faculty will be commencing
Christmas Vacation. Many will be at home or
visiting away from Ann Arbor. There will be
so little time before Christmas day that in the
excitement of getting home time will pass witb-
out anr opportunity for shopping.
The DAILY is publishing a FULL PAGE
of SUGGESTIONS for your aid in making
your Christmas purchases. Do your shopping
now and save time and worry later.
Notice-Wfe have had an urgent request
from the postmaster that you save yourself and
postal employees' time by mailing now.

FOUND

WANTED - Student who really
needs to work and would like to
make from $15 'to $25 per week.
Call Mr. Williams for appoint-
ment at Whitney Hotel, 7:00 to
8:00 tonight. 5
WANTED a pair of Men's riding
breeches. This sportsman weighs
175. pounds and is, 6 ft. tall. Call
at 809 E. University.
WANTED-Secretarial position on
campus by young woman. with
university and business training.
Unusual, experience in handling
academic routine. BoX 142 Michi-
gan Daily.- 235
WANTED-boarders, private family
at 612 E. Madison. Phone 4329.
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LOST-Police dog, dark coloring,
chain collar. Houghton county
license. Name Dirk. Finder call
4017. Reward. 56
LOST-Valuable book in Chem. bldg.
Room 230. Author-Dr. H. H. Wil-
lard. Determinations valuable
only to owner. Reward and no
questions asked. Dial 8075.
LOST-Plain round gold wrist
watch on North University or
Washtenaw Ave., Tues. night.
Dial 3761. 35

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Christmas Saving"-a pittance. And yet she comes home one fine
December morning laden with the gold ihat will pay for your Christmas
shopping.
A CLUB FOR YOUR INDIVIDUAL NEED
STARTING NOV. 29
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