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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1949

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Wolverines Favored To Beat 'Cats T,

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Both Teams
In Top Shape
For Encounter
(Continued from Page 1)
nesota clash and the Wildcats of-
fensive suffered from his absence.
The big news for Michigan
followers was the announcement
that Chuck Ortmann would be
playing for the Wolverines. The
ace Wolverine passer suffered
head and leg injuries on the see-
ond play of last week's Army
game and has participated in
the lighter scrimmages at Ferry
Field this week. Team trainer,
Jim Bunt announced that he
had recovered and would be in
the Michigan starting line up.
Coach Oosterbaan announced
that he would stick with John
Ghinda at quarterback.
JOE KOCESKI and Ortmann
will join "Killer" Kempthorn in
the Maise and Blue backfield with
Wally Teninga resuming his role
as trouble shooter and punter for
Michigan.
Michigan has' a large edge in
its football relations with North-
western having won 15 out of 23
games and tying two others.
Northwestern has won six.
The last Wildcat victory came
in 1937 on a 7-0 count.
The Wolverines have been rated
a two touchdown favorite by wire
association experts and will have
to win by at least that margin to
gain back some of the national
prestige lost to Army last week.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Georgia '7, LSU 0.
4 Purdue 14, Miami (Fla.) 0.
Tulsa 21, Villanova 19.
Georgetown 21, NYU 6.
Continuous from 1 P.M.
T
--Last Times Today -

Tulane Meets Notre Dame
In Week's Top Grid Clash

NEW YORK-(/P)-Tulane and4
Notre Dame will smack each other
around in the top game on a
crowded college football program
today and the winner can start
trying on the National crown for
size.
Although several other unbeaten
powers will be involved in games
with important bearing on major
conference races, the intersectional
struggle at South Bend, Ind.,
shapes up as one of the best of
the year.
NOTRE DAME, undefeated al-
though twice tied in 31 games dat-
ing back to the 1946 opener, cur-
rently is accepted as the nation's
No. 1 outfit and will enter this
contest as a two-touchdown fa-
vorite.
Tulane, on the other hand, has
won 12 in a row since losing its
first game of 1948, three of them
this season. Now ranked fourth
in the nation, the Green Wave
is bent on avenging the 59-6
licking it absorbed from the
Irish in their last meeting two
years ago.
Whatever happens today, the
winner at South Bend will have
the gridiron world by the tail with
a downhill pull. The Irish, by
winning, not only would preserve
their long defeatless streak but
surely would justify their lofty
ranking.

Among the other top-ranking
teams which will be attempting
to retain or improve their posi-
tions today, those with the tough-
est row to hoe appear to be Min-
nesota, California and Southern
Methodist.
California-So. Cal. . .
California, the ninth place team,
tangles with Southern California
in a Berkeley game that will estab-
lish the winner as a co-favorite
with UCLA in the Pacific Coast
Conference.
SNIU-Rice ...
Southern Methodist, ranked
tenth, will be at home for a night
game with Rice that opens the
Southwest Conference slate for
both teams.
Oklahoma-Kansas ...
Oklahoma, the country's No. 3
team, entertains Kansas and Kan-
sas State goes to Iowa State in
the Big Seven.
Other midwestern highlights
include Missouri at Illinois,
Navy at Wisconsin, William and
Mary at Michigan State, De-
troit at Marquette, Drake at
Oklahoma A. and M. and Mis-
(sissiP piMate at Cincinnati.
Army-Harvard . .
Army, running a close second to
Notre Dame after its upset of

Michigan, will be at winless Har-
vard. That game shares top bill-
ing in the east with such Ivy
League struggles as Cornell at
Yale, Columbia at Pennsylvania
and Brown at Princeton.
Tarheels-Wake Forest . .
Unbeaten North Carolina,
ranked sixth, will be invaded by
Wake Forest, one of the season's
disappointments. Also in the
Southern Conference, North Car-
olina State will be at Duke, Vir-
ginia Military at Richmond, Wash-
ington and Lee at Virginia and
George Washington at Virginia
Tech.
Tennessee-Alabama . .
In the Southeastern Conference
it will be Tennessee at Alabama,
CHICAGO - ()-Kid Gavi-
lan, Cuba's aspirant to the
World's welterweight cham-
pionship, last night adminis-
tered a decisive defeat to Beau
Jack, former lightweight title-
holder, in a blistering ten round
battle in the Chicago stadium.
Auburn at Georgia Tech and Van-
derbilt at Florida. The Citadel has
a non-conference date at power-
ful Kentucky.
Texas-Arkansas ...
Texas invades Arkansas and
Texas A.&M. visits Texas Chris-
tian in additional Southwest Con-
ference tussles, while Baylor goes
to Texas Tech.
I-M Football
Player_ Injured
Burton Kampner, '53 Architec-
ture, became the first reported cas-
ualty of the Intramural touch
football season when he sustained
a slight skull fracture Wednesday
afternoon at Ferry Field.
Kampner, quarterback of the
Sigma Alpha Mu football entry,
received the injury when he was
hit in the head while blocking.
He was taken to the Health
Service, and it is expected that he
will be released early next week.

MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
Phone 23-24-1
HOURS: 1 to 5 P.M.
RATES
LINES 1 DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
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Figure 5 average words to a line.
Classified deadline daily except
Saturday is 3 P.M. Saturdays,
11:30 A.M. for Sunday Issue.
FORSALE
LATE '47 FORD S.D,8, well kept, with
R&H. One owner, 115 N. First. )93
THE STUDENT PERIODICAL AGENCY
will be oEen until 3 today to accept
orders for TIME and LIFE at the
special reduced student rates. Order
by phone-2-82-42. )3
NEW KODAK CAMERA-35mm., F35
coated lens, range finder, case, flash
attachment, adapter ring, close-up
lens, $90.00. Tyler House, 307 (E. Quad
2-4591). ________)88
1936 PLYMOUTH SEDAN - Excellent
running order, heater, $185 or offer.
McLaren, 1554 Tully Ct., Willow Run.
)941
1946 JEEP-Excellent mechanical con-
dition. Priced to sell. McConnell, Ph.
2-2565. )91
SKIRTS-Scotch plaids, pleated all the
way around, $7.95. Others from $5.95.
Cousin's
On StateSt._
TWO FORMALS-Used once. 1 char-
truese and 1 pink, with slips. Size 12.
$12 each. 2-0328. )92
TWO STRONG kitchen tables-mov-
able top to make it one. Roll divider,
36 roll at one time. Other items for
sale. .2-;3422. _) 89
2FOR TE FINEST IN COSMETICS
Buy your lipstick, face powder, and
cleapsing cream from our complete
line of brands-Richard Hudnut,
Dorothy Grey, and Bonne Belle, to
mention a few. Calkins Fletcher,
State St. at N. University. )5
1936 CHEVROLET $110. Good engine,
battery and tires. Contact Cheo, 515
E. Jefferson St., Tue. 8 a.m.-4 p.m.,
Sat. 8-10,_other times 7-11 p.m. )90
SIZE 40 ra incoat for sale at $16. New-
Original price $20. _) 81
DELUXE TRANSPORTATION; 1928
Pontiac coach. New brakes, battery,
carburetor; motor overhauled; radia-
tor and pansteam cleaned. Pay $175
cash and drive it away. Call 6168
after 6. )82
1939 NASH 2 dr. Excellent condition.
Radio, heater; new tires and driving
7603. )84
lights. Sacrifice at $265. Call Dick
FOR SALE-1939 station wagon (Ford).
Highest bid over $200, good condition.
Call_2-8694, after 6 p.m. )70
SUIT OF TAILS-Size 38. Excellent con-
dition. Including shirt, vest, collar
and tie. $28.00. Call 6076. ) 86
LEITZ BINOCULAR microscope in ex-
cellent condition. Made in Germany.
Call 2-2521 ext. 415 before 5.p.m. or
2-8551 after 6_p.m. )75
NEW KODAK camera-35 mm; F 35
coated lens; range finder; case; flash
attachment; adapter ring; close-up
lens. $90.00. Tyler Hse. 307 (E. Quad
2-4591). )88

FOR SALE
A.I't. -Jonathans -Good eating for
partie: Pick your own 50c a bushel.
5 imles out Whitmore Lake road to
chutrh, turn left, 1st house on left.
) 87
FOR SALE-'41 Che'. coupe with '47
engine, good condition. Fairly new
paint job. Phone 2-7298. )79
CANARIES, PARAKEETS and other
birds. White Persian cat, $15.00. Bird
supplies. Mrs. Ruffins, 562 S. 7th. ) 2B
1949 PLYMOUTH DeLUXE-4 door sedan
for sale. All accessories including
radiator and heater. Used only 4
months. Student leaving country.
Phone 4971. ) 60
LEARN WRITING from a professional
penman. He can diagnose your trouble
and prescribe the proper treatment to
help you. 30 yrs. experience teaching
and executing writing. Author of the
Early-Way Method. J. A. Early, 402
Observatory. Ph. 2-8606. )3
STOCK REDUCTION SALE
All wool blankets, $3.99; men's briefs,
39c; Navy "T" shirts, 3 for $1.35;
Tanker jackets, $6.66; NA1 ackets,
$7.77; GO% wool athletic hose, 39c;
men's zipper galoshes, $3.33. Open 'til
6:30 p.m. Sam's Store, 122 Washing-
ton. )6
MOTORCYCLISTS
BRITISH POUND DEVALUED
SAVE $195.00
on New British Motorcycles.
Others Selling for Storage Plus
Repair Bills.
Buy Now! Save Now!
INDIA MOTORCYCLE SALES
207 W. Liberty - Phone 2-1748
Open Evenings Till 9:00
MAN'S ENGLISH Overcoat. Size 40,
Misses 2 fur coats, black cloth coat,
velvet trim, dresses, sizes 12 and 14.
Clean and good condition. Two pair
ice skates, ski boots, 2 radios. 3110
Dexter Road. Tel. 2-4796. )13
.45 pt. DIAMOND engagement ring. Call
Washam 2-1241 after 2 00 p. m. )84
FOR RENT
WHITMORE LAKE-2 apartments for
rent. One 2-room and private tile
bath, furnished, $65 per month. One
3 room and private tile bath, furnish-
ed, $85 per month. Baths and floors
are new. Oil heat and hot water.
Furniture good. Not a cottage, a
good home. Must see to appreciate.
32 E. Shore Drive, Whitmore Lake.
)11F
DOUBLE ROOM-First floor, student
landlord. $6.00 apiece, per week. Call
2-4928. )9F
SELL TIME AND LIFE in your house
or neighborhood. At student rates.
Commission basis. You will earn at
least $5 an hour if you have a
pleasant personality. Girls wanted
especially. Phone 2-8242. Student
PeriodicalAgency. _)
ROOM-MATE wanted for apartment.
Must prefer serious music. Phone
2-1021. )10F

BUSINESS SERVICES
LEARN TO FLY-The best in equip-
ment and instruction. Gridley Air-
port. US-23 at the Expressway._ )17B
HAVE YOUR typewriters repaired by
the Office Equipment Service Co., 215
E. Liberty. )16B
EFFICIENT EXPERT- -Prompt typewrit-
er repair service. Mosley's Typewriter
and Supply Company, 214 E. Washing-
ton, Ph. 5888. )5B
HILDEGARDE SHOPPE
109 E. Washington
Expert Alterations
Custom Clothes
Established Tradition (3B
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
Van Doren Clar. Reeds
Box of 25 - $4.50
New and Used Instruments
209 E. Washington )43
PENMANSHIP TUTORING - Specialist
in improving' handwriting. Two free
lessons to demonstrate system. J. A.
Early, 402 Observatory, Ph._2-8606. )3
WASHIN Gand/or ironing, done In my
own hohie. Free pick-up and delivery.
Phone 2-9020. _1)1B
SHIRTS-Nine hour service (by re-
quest) . 3 day service (regular ser-
vice). Ace Laundry, 1116 So. University.
)21B
PERSONAL
HURRY!-Get your tickets for Danny
Kaye at Hill Aud. 10 A.M. to 5 P.M.
daily._$2.40, $1.80, $1.20. ) 6P
TED SMITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA
"The best in dance music."
Phone 2-1612 )20B
WANTED-25 to 30 more diners to eat
in cordial atmosphere and take ad-
vantage of the new student budget.
STAGE COACH INN. Ph. 6004 for in-
formation: )2P
LEARN TO DANCE
JIMMIE HUNT DANCE STUDIOS
209 S. State St. - Ph. 8161 )1P
BE DIFFERENT THIS YEAR! Person-
alize your Christmas cards by having
your name beautifully engrossed on
them by a professional penman. Prices
are very reasonable. Samples dis-
played at 402 Observatory. Call J. A.
Erarly at 2-8606 for particulars. )3
UNSIGHTLY HAIR removed perma-
nently. Short wave method ap-
proved by Am. Med. Ass'n., 5 Nickels
Arcade. Ph. 2-6696. )12B
WANT RIDERS to N.U. game, leave 12
noon Fri. 2-7476. )5T
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED--I1 adult ticket to Minnesota
game. Call M. Kaner, 4129. 2101 Hill.
low
WANTED-Minnesota tickets. Will
trade or buy. Call 2-2333. )l1W

LOST AND FOUND
FRENCH HORN---Thursday night. Ferry
Field. Call Donald Britton, 2-1777,
Reward. )34L
LOST-One brown corday zipper purse
containing Schaeffer pen and coin
purse. Call 2-4471, Roon 4541. )13L
LOST--Brown leather wallet. Keep
money, return wallet. Call Dave,
2-1773, ) 26L
LORD ELGIN wrist watch with tau
leather band at Army-Michigan foot-
ball game. Finder please call 2-7962
or 31511 Ext. 305 for return and re-
ward. )28L
LOST-Brown horn rim glasses in Sta-
dium or vicinity on Saturday. Phone
4089.
LOST-Camera, Leica, and case; serial
number 229831. Also, brown tweed
top coat, Birmingham or Louisville
lable. Substantial reward. Dr. A.L.,
Loveman, Neyburn Building, Louis-
ville, Ky. ___)32L
EYE GLASSES-at S. University on the
campus. Call M. R. Tek. International
Center. __ ____) 311
ROOMS FOR RENT
SINGLE ROOM for employed woman or
grad student. Semi-private bath,
breakfast privileges, newly decorated.
C._Ruthruff, 116 N. Fifth Ave. )20
LARGE SINGLE ROOM-544 N. State.
Phone Mrs. Hellner, 2-3090. )21R
NEWLY FURNISHED single, doule,
some with cooking privileges. Tel.
5224. Near campus. __)19R
ONE HALF of one double room avail-
able for male student. Three blocks
from campus. $6.50. 813 E. Kingsley.
)1812.
LARGE DOUBLE or triple with separate
study, near Engineering School, 1125
Michigan. Mr. Briley. )14R
SINGLEwROOM nearncampus for grad-
uate woman student. Ph. 8'780.
BRING YOUR week-end guests to the
Pierce Transient Home, except for
the Minnesota week-end. 1133 East
Ann, Phone 8144. )163R
ROOMS available for students' guests.
Football week-ends. Private home ac-
commodations. Phone 2-9850. 12:30 to
1:00. 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. )3R
HAVE VACANCIES for four male stu-
dents. Complete kitchen privileges.
House on campus. Call 2-2052. )2F
NEW ACCOMODATIONS for male stu-
dents-706 Oakland St. (near Law
School). $8 per person per week. )17R

Gophers Face Ohio State
In Decis ive Game Today

LEARN TO SELL TODAY so that you
can get what you want tomorrow.
Earn at least $5 an hour in the pro-
cess. This is a good opportunity for
any boy or girl interested in selling
TIME and LIFE at the student rates.
Phone 2-82-42 for information. )3

CHICAGO - (P) - Unbeaten
Minnesota and once-tied Ohio
State collide before 80,000 fans at
Columbus, Ohio, today in possibly
the key game of the Big Ten foot-
ball campaign.
Completely stealing the spotlight
from two other league games-de-
fending champion Michigan hat
Northwestern and Indiana at Iowa
-the Gopher-Buckeye battle car-
ries a double incentive.
THE WINNER NOT only will be
pegged an almost certain candi-
date for a Rose Bowl bid, but also
unquestionably will stand as the
team to whip fo" the Conference
title.
The Gophers won their only
previous conference start by
belting Northwestern 214 last
Saturday. That followed Min-
OPEN DAILY AT 1:15 P.M.
NOW PLAYING!
at 3:15 - 6:25 & 9:35

- Starts Sunday -

0g A R A
ed
f SHE'S A
COACH WHO
NEVER WINS
A GAME ""
BUT THE MAID

nesota's non-loop triumphs over
Washington and Nebraska. Ohio
shaded Missouri, trounced Indi-
ana in a Conference fray, and
last Saturday deadlocked South-
ern California, 13-13.
Three other Big Ten teams have
outside engagements. Purdue met
Miami of Florida last night, while
today Wisconsin is host to Re-
surging Navy and Illinois enter-
tains dangerous Missouri.
* * *
MICHIGAN'S appearance at
Northwestern before a capacity
55,000 marks the Conference debut
by the Wolverines, chastened by a
21-7 loss to Army last Saturday.
The Cadet triumph snapped Mich-
igan's winning streak at 25.
Michigan, however, still ranks
a strong contender for the
league title, the Wolverines no
longer are under pressure of
maintaining an unbeaten rec-
ord. Now Minnesota or Ohio
State will be under the gun in
later meetings with Michigan
which faces the Gophers at Ann
Arbor next week and Ohio, also
at home, on Nov. 19.
Iowa with a 1-1 league record
figures to win by at least two
touchdowns from Indiana, smoth-
ered by Ohio in its only Confer-
ence start.
MSC Host
At Regtatta
The Michigan State Invitational
regatta will be held today and to-
morrow at Whitmore Lake.
An insufficient number of boats
to accommodate the six schools
entered has forced the Spartans to
hold the annual regatta at Whit-
more Lake where they can use the
Michigan Sailing Clubs racing
craft.
Of the six schools participating
Michigan, last year's Mid-west
champions rate as pre race favor-
ites. The other schools competing
are MSC, Illinois Institute of
Technology, Wayne, Ohio State,
and Northwestern.
All races will be sailed in both
'A' and 'B' divisions.

ORPHEUM
Cinema Triumphs

TODAY and SUNDAY
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or Receptions?
We will solve this problem for you with delicious meals,
either served at our beautiful dining rooms, or taken
home. Food prepared to your taste, from Filet Mignon
and Roasts to Lobster and Southern Fried Chicken.
Pick up the nearest phone, and call ... 6004
STAGE COACH INN
503 East Huron Street

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