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November 18, 1931 - Image 7

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THE MICHICAN DAILY _

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FUR' FRATERNikITIES~uneren nu

oRIVE GMMEICES
FOR TICKET SALE

SAMMY SQUIRT: THAT'S NEWS

1K KI Uin LLI inii Unoccupied Seats in: Press Box
____ Will Be Thrown Open
Tomorrow's Contests Will End to General Public.
League Schedules; Play- Aided by the governor's commit-
offs to Follow. tee and in the offices of the Mich-
igan Central railroad throughout
A.K.L. TO DEFEND TITLE the state, the athletic administra-
tion of the University of Michigan
Ten Teams to Enter Final Chase will put on a concerted drive next
for W Intramural week to dispose of tickets for the
Competition. Michigan-Wisconsin football game,
the contest on Nov. 28, in which
Fraternity volleyball competition the two schools will do their share
will be completed this week as far toward building up the Big Ten
as league play- is concerned, with charity fund. The game will be
the last games scheduled for Thurs- played in the Michigan Stadium.
day night. Playoffs for the chain- Tickets will be put on sale at all
gates of the stadium at the close
plionship will follow at once. of the Michigan-Minnesota contest
When the field was given the the coming Saturday afternoon. A
onceover Tuesday afternoon 12 large sale is expected through this
teams appeared to be the outstand- medium. Heavy sales also are ex-
t apesarednto ber th eaoutstan- pected at the Administration build-
ig contestants for this year's hon- ing and campaigns in cities of
ors. Two of these, Kappa Nu and Michigan will bring further results,
Delta Alpha Epsilon, have already it is anticipated. Intensive efforts
won their league championships by also will be made in Wisconsin, par-
virtue of ive straight .wins. This ticularly in Milwaukee, to draw a
virue f fve traghtwin. Tiscrowd from across Lake Michigan.
pair and especially the latter look Ticket Prices. Slashed.
best in the entire field and seem Ticket prices will 'be scaled as
headed for the finals. they were for the Indiaaa game.
Three Teams'Lead. Seats between the 20-yard lines will
However, there are three other sell at $3.00, those between the 20-
teais that have won four straight yard lines and the goal lines at
vh may break into the above class. $2.00, and those along the end
Alpha Kappa Lambda, another of zones and at the ends of the field
th stronger teams, Theta Chi, who at $1.00. The $3.00 and $2.00 seats
has run to three games almost will be reserved.
every time, andi Phi Beta Delta, Special rules governing haidling
each have foui victories to theirof the tickets for the press and for
credit and are the likely choices for broadcasting booths in the press
Wiihers of their leagues. box have been made. No broadcast-
Pi Upsilon and Phi Delta Theta ing will be' done, of either this or
are leading their brace with 3-1 anedany of the Big Ten charity games.
3- to date, while Delta Kappa En- As the r esult the three booths here
silon and Alpha megDla likewise will be sold at $20.00 each. Each
stand at the top of their league, booth will accommodate four or
fdiv team with three wins and one five persons comfortably.
loc. Phi Kappa h ins adn Newspapers Allowed Passes.
C hi apad Sigma, Lambda The metropolitan press using the
Cli Alpha, and Sigma Phi stand telegraph facilities during the game
alone in their respective leagues will be allowed two working passesI
wih three victories laiece but have and newspapers using only after-I
sv Teral games left to play. game acounts will be allowed one
Ten Enter Playoffs. ticket. The papers also will be given
Ten teams at least will enter the the privilege of purchasing an extra
playoffs as league winners and press ticket. Telegraph companies
most of them are going to have im- will be required to purchase tickets
ptressive standings at the time. On- for their operators who are working
ly one conclusion can be drawn and the press wires.
that is that competition is going to The long cherished desire of some
be close and interesting when these hundreds of persons who wish to
teams tangle next week. see a game from the press box also
A.K.L. would like to come through may be realized as the seats in the
acrd recapture the trophy they won box wil be placed on sale at $4.001
lat year, while Sigma Phi has vi- each after 10 o'clock the morning
sions of being higher than runner- of the game. Women ordinarily are
up this season; but they have plen- barred from the press box, but they
ty of work cut out for them and will will be allowed in under this ruling.
not enter the finals as favorites this Only seats not occupied by the
year. working press will be sold, of course.
II faculty. Call 2-1214 and ask for
Cassified Advertising Depart-

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Eight Schools Now Stage Yearly
Fights for JugsBuckets
Bacon, and Turtle.

Ward, Giant End, Shows Promise -
on Yearling Eleven; Is CHICAGO, Nov. 17.-(/P)-T h e
Star High jumper. "symbol idea" is groving among
- .the more intense of Western Con-
By Roland Martin ference football rivals.
Freshman football for the year is First it was the "Little Brown
gradually drawing to a close with Jug," a comnon drinking water
the coaches and players looking Vessel which assumed traditional
with anticipation toward the final importance 28 years a g o when
and biggest game of the year with Michigan and Minnesota trainers
the Physical 12lucation group. squabbled over its possession after
Starting this fall with one of the a tie game. The Gophers and Wol-
most mediocre groups of football verines have regarded it as the
material in several years, Coach prize of victory in their annual
Ray Fisher and his assistants have meetings ever since.
worked hard, and aided by an ex- Illinois and Ohio State had some
cellent spirit on the part of the fun over possession of a live turtle
candidates, have developed the ma-' in 1923. When the turtle died
terial into much improved football someone carved a wooden replica
players. and named it the "Illibuck," and
One of the outstanding members Illini and Buckeyes have fought
of this year's squad who has proved I for -it annually nearly a decade.
his worth against the Varsity is! Indiana a n-d Purdue, deadly
Willis Ward, giant Negro end from Hoosier intrastate rivals, have been
Northwestern of Detroit. Using. his scrapping over an "Old Oaken
speed and weight to advantage, Bucket" ever since 1926, and now
Ward has lived up to his playing' Minnesota and Wisconsin endeavor
at Northwestern where he won All- to 'bring home the bacon" in the
state recognition last year at end. form of a carved wooden "slab" of
Due to his speed, Ward has the bacon after each meeting. It was
ability to go for long passes bayond put up for contest in 1930.
the reach of the opponent's sec-
ondary. This speed also makes him SCHIEDULE FOR SATURDAY
a dangerous man when covering
punts. He is also an excellent de- M nesotatMihgn
fensive end and one of the best Wichigan State at U. of D.
punters on the yearling squad. Western Stat atCe-ntral State.
In addition to his football ability, North Central College at Kala-
Ward is best known by his prowess mazoo.
on the track. At the present time, Ferris at St. Mary's.
he holds the world's interscholastic Assumption at Flint Tech.
high jump record. He also has Wilnington at Detroit City
gained great renown in the high College.
hurdles.

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FOR SALE--A complete modern
drum set (Ludwig). All acces-
sories. Call 6430 after 7 P. M.

NOTICE
GOOD house cooked meals, $4 per
week. 716S. Division. Phone 21033.
253
STUDENT LAUNDRY WANTED-
Called for and delivered. Phone
4863. 150
NOTICE--The people who adver-
tise in the classified columns of
THE MIOIGAN DAILY. They
are the people who want and
get quick results. If you have
anything to borrow, beg or bar-
ter call 2-1214 and ask for the
Classified Advertising Depart-
ment.
FOR SALE
REPOSSESSED CARS-Buy from
finance company for balance
due. 311 W. Huron. Phone 22001.
235
FOR SALE-Ford roadster, model
A; engine just reconditioned and
guaranteed; new tires; a real
buy at $200. Reply Michigan
Daily. Box 10. 247
FOR SALE-Space in the Classi-
fled columns of the THE MICHI-
GAN DAILY to those realizing
that this is the best manner to
reach Michigan students and

LOST

LOST-Alligator wallet containing
approximately $160 and lodge
card. Lost between Main St. and
Gate 9. 256
A LONG leather purse in the Uni-
versity Elementary School. Re-
ward. Call 7456.
WANTED
STUDENT representative wanted
for popular looseleaf memory
book. For particulars address
Intercollegiate Press, Dept.. 3,
Kansas City, Mo. 257
BEST SHOE SHINE in town. San-
fords. Sundays, evenings. 121
E. Ann, 514 E. William.
WANTED-Student laundry. Also
bedding. Reasonlable' prices. Soft
water.y all for and dclivr
lF'amily Wa:)shigs. Phone 707-
F-31. 53c
EXPERT TYPING-Ten cents a
page. Work called for and de-
livered. Telephone 8620.

SP ECIAL SALE
FOR 4 DAYS ONLY
(Stting Wednesday)

SHOES

All Thompson

Bros.

shoes on sale for4days

onl start ing today.

All

fns quality imported

leathers.

inferior

Thanksgiving Eve Dance
9:00-1:30
CH-UbB' S
Thanksgiving Day Dinner, 75c and $1.00
1:00-7:30 P. M.
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