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EDNESDAY, OC'. 21, 1942

THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CLASSIFIED A VERTISIN=

Mmiiesota May Try Aerial Attack
i " Attempt To Defeat Michigan

Cancel I-M Touch Football, Speedball

MISCELLANEOUS
MAKE MONEY-on your used cloth-
ing by phoning Claude H. Brown,
2-2736, 512 S. Main.
MIMEOGRAPHING--Thesis binding.
Brumfield and Brumfield, 308 S.
State.
WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL-
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles.
Killins Gravel Co., phone 7112.
LAUNDERING
LAUNDRY-2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price.
LAST TIMES TODAY-

WANTED TO RENT
GARAGE WANTED: To keep small
truck as close to campus as possi-
ble. Call University Florists.
HELP WANTED
MAN for furnace and other odd jobs
in exchange for room. 510. E. Cath-
erine.
STUDENTS, to work for board or
cash. Apply to dietitian, Health
Service.
FOUNTAIN HELP between 11 & 1
or evenings; good pay; ask for Ted.
Marshall's Drug Co., 235 S. State.
WAN'TED-Girl student to work in
faculty home for room and board.
Salary for extra time. Phone
2-4074..
MALE STUDENT, night orderlies,
Health Service, salary, can carry
regular studies. Call Miss Angell
2-4531.
PHOTOGRAPHIC darkroom worker
to handle processing of Michigan-,
ensian, Michigan Daily and Gar-
goyle photographs. Apply: Mrs.
Mosher or Stuart Gildart, Student
Publications Building.
FOR SALE
BICYCLE-$7.00 worth of new parts.
Almost new.-$39.00. Come to Uni-
versity Flower Shop. 1-5 p.m.
PERSONAL STATIONERY. - 1001
sheets and envelopes, $1.00. Printed
with your name and address-
The Craft Press, 305 Maynard St.
ROOM and BOARD
ROOM & BOARD for 2 men students
who can work' part time. Phone
7070.
LAST TIMES TODAY
Matinees 25c, Evenings 40c
SHE'S THE
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GROWS
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It s siengr
at her best!

LOST and FOUND
LOST-Raincoat, tan, zipper, 34
length. Trade name. Park Lane.
Call 2-2243. Reward.
LOST: Gray knee-length reversible
combination raincoat & light top-
coat. Fred Schuster, 2-2955.
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RATES
Non-Contract
$ .40 per 15-word insertion for
one or two days. (In-
crease of 10c for each
additional 5 words.)
$1.00 per 15-word insertion for
3 or more days. (Increase
of $.25 for each additional
5 words.)
Contract Rates on Request
Our Want-Ad Department
will be happy to assist you in
composing your ad. Stop at the
Michigan Daily Business Of-
fice, 420 Maynard Street.
SOhio Still First
In Grid anks
Alabama Drops Michigan
From Third To Fourth
NEW YORK, Oct. 20.- (A')- One
of the strangest sights in this topsy-
turvy football season is a set of seven
college gridiron greats remaining on
top in the Associated Press poll two
weeks in succession.
;Lt happened today when 119 sports'
writers from coast to coast again
acclaimed Ohio State the outstanding
college eleven in the land and also
supported the same half dozen stand-
outs who trailed the Buckeyes for top
honors in the season's first balloting
a week ago.
Fifty-eight of the writers named
the Buckeyes for first place and the
others placed Ohio State high enough
to give it a total of 1,030 points.
The ten leading teams were ranked
this way (first place votes in paren-
theses):

Gophr Still Have Manyj
, Baeks To Hurl
Ai 'Seven Oak Posts'
By JACK FLAGLER.,
According to statistics, if 1Minnesota
confines its activities to the ground
next Satur'day, they will be unable to
score against the Wolverines.
That's a roundabout way of show-
ing what a tough job the Gophers will
have in trying to crack through the
amazing Wolverine first string line.
Figures on the last four games have
proved that Michigan's opponents
have been able to gain an aggregate
total of only 252 yards by rushing, or
an average of 63 yards per game.
Working on the assumption that the
usual kickoff return is about up to
the 25 yard line, the Gophers will
never at any timetbe close enough to
Wolverine goal to push across a
touchdown by rushing, providing they
stick to the 63 yard average or there-
abouts.
If you believe in mathematical out-
comes, these figures should be enough
to make you run out and sink all the
family yen on Michigan this week-
end. But the question is whether the
Gophers 'will take that formula ser-
iously, or not. There is the possibility
that they may take more stock in
their own record of the past eight
years which reads eight wins over
Michigan and no losses, in which case
the fans at Minneapolis will see a
Gopher squad confident and primed
for another victory over their
"jinxed" adversaries.
One thing seems fairly certain as
far as the splendid Wolverine defens-
ive record goes--it should have a
definite bearing on the way the game
will be played. Reports from the
Gopher camp have it that Coach
George Hauser, being a practical
man, is taking no chances on Michi-
gan's Seven Oak Posts holding fast
as they have done so far this season,
and is cultivating an aerial offense
which will be banked on heavily to

Gopher Ace . .

Changing its plans for the year, the
Intramural Department announced
yesterday that its activities will be
confined to sports which can be car-
ried on in the evening. This will ex-
clude both Residence Hall touch foot-
ball and fraternity speedball.
Three reasons were given for the
cancellations. Not enough officials
can be obtained for the games, no
help can be hired to keep the fields in
playing condition, and PEM would

keep many of the players froth par=
ticipating. Volleyball, however, will be
begun by November 9 for both
leagues.
Besides volleyball, the fall activities
will include a one night swimming
meet, wrestling, and handball.
Basketball, and an. indoor track
meet will make up the winter events,
while baseball and golf will be played
in the spring.

-

r . off

Herm Frickey, whose1
beat the Wolverines in
Minnesota battle.

touchdown
last year's

punch across a. couple of scores. Hau-
ser has two capable flingers in Joe
Silovich and Herman Frickey, so the
game may develop into a passing duel
between Tom Kuzma, Don Robinson
or Bob Chappuis, and those two boys.
That doesn't mean to say that the
Michigan forward wall won't have a
busy afternoon. Hauser can send
three hard-hitting backs into the
middle, too, and expect good results;
Bill Daley, Bud Higgins, and Frickey.
Frickey, it may be sadly recalled,
scored the Gopher touchdown which
beat Michigan last year.
However, figures are still figures,
and if Minnesota doesn't score by
rushing, at least, don't say we didn't
tell you.

The Cracker Barrel

Khaki +Whipcord = Style!
DOBBS leads off!.... and "Campus Khaki'
'-with band and edge in blending whipeord
twill - heads the style parade!
Princeton and Yale say, "Khaki's okeh'
S.and that's a "green light" to style.
State Street on Campus

By Mike Dann

Iadr A nd Michigan..

Ohio State (58) ............1,030
Georgia (38)~...............973
Alabama (8) ............... 822
MICHIGAN (2) .............606
Illinois (1) ................. 516
Georgia Tech (1) ............487
Wisconsin (2) .............. 430
Notre Dame (3) .............387
Santa Clara (2) .............282
Boston College (4) ...........248
DAILY OFFICIAL]
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(Continued from Page 2)

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CARTOON - NEWS
KALTENBORN

Assembly Board will meet today at
5:00 p.m. in the Undergraduate Of-
fice of the League. All members must
attend or send a substitute.
Assembly Executive Board is inter-
viewing girls who petitioned for posi-
tions on Central Committee of As-
sembly Banquet today, 3:00-5:00
p.m., in the Undergraduate Office of
the League.

Starting Thursday
"BERLIN
Cots-respondent"
Also
LATEST MARCH OF TIME

WITH the 1942 grid season scarcely
more than a month old, the
Michigan line is already being called
the best in the nation.
Latest support to this theory about
the "Seven Oak Posts" comes from a
gentleman, who has a very ethical
right to speak-none other than LynnI
Waldorf, Northwestern coach.
Here's what he says:
"Offensively, Michigan is the finest
team I have seen in the conference in
eight years," he observed. "That 34
to 16 defeat they pinned on us last
Saturday was the worst beating I've
taken in 18 years of coaching.
"You hear a lot about Tom Kuzma,
but the public is neglecting Capt.
George Ceithaml, Forest Evashev-
ski's 1940 understudy. This Ceithaml
at quarterback is one of the finest
blockers in the game and an excellent
field general.
"However, it's the line that makes
Michigan an outstanding team,"
Waldorf emphasized. "Mervin
Pregulman is doing a good job at
his new center position. Julius
Franks is a great guard, and take
this tackle, Al. Wistert-he's the
best offensive lineman in the mid-
west. Wh n he cuts a man down
there's nothing left but the stump."
MICHIGAN'S defensive record so
far this season is exceptional to
say the least.
In four games - against Great
Lakes, Michigan State, Iowa Cadets
and Northwestern-the Wolverines
have surrendered a net total of only
252 yards on the ground while gain-
ing 713 of their own by rushing.
It is against this record that a
strong Minnesota eleven will try to
make it nine straight over the Wol-
verines. From the way Jim Kelly,
Assistant Gopher Coach talks it will
be a fairly simple task.
"Michigan hasn't beaten the Go-
phers in 10 years and won't start
doing It when they meet Saturday..
"Why? Because for the first time
since the opening game with Pitts-
burgh Minnesota will field its
strongest team-one whose line will
be just a little better than Michi-

gan's great line. And our backfield
will be ready, with injured Bill
Garnaas returning to quarterback,"
Kelly pointed out.
WALLY WEBER, freshman football
coach, is probably one of the
sharpest persons in these parts.
Whenever an aggressive newspaper-
man crosses Weber's path, Wally us-
ually goes out of his way to give him
a little of the old "heat".
Last Friday before the North-
western game, one Detroit reporter'
asked Wally how the rain would
effect the Wildcats and Wolverines
style of play.
"Why it will obviously neutralize
it," Wally snapped back.
In Detroit Monday at a banquet
Wally was asked what is meant by
"encroachment upon a neutral
zone."
"That occurs when a player
overtly, covertly or surreptitiously
sticks his nose over the line of
scrimmage before the ball is
passed," Weber reverently pointed
out.

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The Michigan Alumnae
meet today. Luncheon at
in the League Cafeteria.
meeting at 2:00 p.m. in
Fountain Hussey Room.

Vote To
School

Club will
1:00 p.m.
Business
the Ethel

Continue Detroit
Athletic Program

Remember .*e
Nothing has happened to
S"*TAFD& AY
QUALITY!
Think what this means to you!!!
You can still buy clothes in complete
confidence - you will still get all-
wool fabrics.
WORSTED-TEX SUITS -. . . $42.50
KNIT-TEX TOPCOATS . . . $37.50

The Michigan Sailing Club will
meet tonight at 8:00 in the Michigan
Union, room 316. All interested are
invited.
Hillel Choral Group will have try-
outs at the Foundation today from
7:00-9:00 p.m., and Thursday from
4:00-6:00 p.m. If unable to come,
please call Donna Weiss at 2-5232.
Hillel Music Committee will meet
today at 4:30 p.m. All former
members and others interested are
invited. If unable to attend, please
call Donna Wiess at 2-5232.
Coming Events
La Sociedad Hispanica invites ev-
eryone interested in acquiring a
speaking knowledge of Spanish to at-
(Continued on Page 4)

Detroit's Board of Education yes-
terday voted down a proposed resolu-
tion to ban interschool athletic com-
petition in the Motor City for the
duration, but did vote into existence
a. modified physical fitness program.
Under this new ruling, the super-
intendent of schools has a right to do
everything, he sees fit to carry out
both competitive atletics and the
physical fitness program.
HAIR! HAIR!
Let us do your part. Be particular,
individualistic - suave.
The DASCOLA BARBERS
Between State and Mich Theatre

WAR CALLS COMvie pFIRST
Long distance telephone service plays an in i-

portant part in America's war efforts.

The

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wires today, are carrying a heavier traffic load
than ever. You can help keep them clear for
vital war messages if you:
1.,Make only the most essential long
distance calls.
2. Place those calls by number when'..
ever possible.

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