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HE MEMBERS OF THE 1921 FOOTBALL SQUAD WHO WILL RETURN NEXT FALL TO PREPARE FOR THE BIG TEN GRIDIRON SEASON, PETRO, CENTER, IS THE ONLY ONE OF THE ENT
WHO WILL NOT BE ELIGIBLE TO COMPETE FOR MICHIGAN. OHIO STATE IS ANXIOUSLY AWAITING THE BATTLE WTH THE WOLVERINES, AS THE CONTEST WITH THE YOSTMEN THIS Y
WILL BE OF OUBLE SIGNIFICANCE TO THEM-FOR ON THAT OCCASION THE NEW BUCKEYE STADIUM WILL BE DEDICATED, AND THE PROSPECTS OF HITHER TEAM FOR CONFERE
O4S DEPENDS ON THE OUTCOME OF THIS CLASSIC OF THE MIDDLE-WEST..

I-0. S.U. GRIDIRON CLASSIC TO
DEDICATE NEW BUCKEYE STADIUM IN FALL

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AT THE THEATERS

Today-Screen

15,000'SEATS
E ROOTERS
.UMBUS

FORI

eat and baseball talk to the
Ohio State is already feeling
r and excitement of the time
ichigan sends her band of
warriors down to the Colum-
P on Oct. 21. On that day the
the Middle-West will clash
annual battle for Conference
cy, and what is considered to
al importance to Buckeye fol-
athe fact that on that same
new $1,500,000 Ohio stadium
dedicated.
Is Classic of West
be a great occasion, for when
o teams face each other the
stops its mid-season prattle,
statistical bugs }cease their
ge-figuring antics, and wait
j last whistle has blown on
dc of the gridiron. What the
yard game is to the East,, the
-Ohio State game is to the
est. If the game be held in
s, thousands of Wolverine
s hie themselves to the O. S.
field, using every available
reach Columbus. The tale is

still told of the time in 1920, when the
angry Wolverine, angry because the
dopesters were beginning td herald the
downfall of Michigan's right to the
title of "Champions of the West," in-
vaded the Buckeye territory. So great
was the Michigan throng that the Ohio
cheers were drowned out by the deaf-
ening locomotives and "U. of M.'s,"
just as the roar of an express drowns
out the grinding of tle train wheels.
Michigan--that is, Coach Yost-has
already reserved 15,000 seats for the
great contest. Since the new stadium
will hold 64,000 people-so says Di-
rector L. W. St. Johns of Ohio State-
the Wolverine contingent will have a
powerful corps of supporters. This
will be the largest crowd that has ever
attended a football game in the Midi
dle-West, a record which Michigan
held last year, when close t 50,000 at-
tended the game with the Buckeyes.
Many Trains Chartered
Ohio football enthusiasts are also
looking forward to this game, and
many of thT State university's alumni
are alread chartering special trains
from Ohio, Illinois, Michigan and the
other parts of the country.
Paul Goebel, Yost's sterling end,
will lead the Wolverine contingent,
while Lloyd Pixley, the -245-pound
guard, will captain the O S.. U. eleven.
TENNIS TOURNEY ENTRIES
COMING SLOW, SAYS DR. MAY
Only two matches of the summer
tennis tournament have been recorded
thus far, states Dr, George A. May, di-
rector. Its is imperative that the rest
of the matches of the, first round be
played off and the scores turned in to
the director's office by tonight, in or-
der that the second round may be
played next week.

Majestic-- "Qonceit," a Selznick
production; comedy.3
Arcade -- "Don't Nelect Your
Wife"; comedy, and news.,
Wuerth - "Fifty Candles," an
Earl Derr Bigger story; com,
edy.
Orpheum-"Bert Lytell in "Alias
Ladyfingers"; comedy and
news.,'

R.O.T.C. STUDENTS
RECEIVE PRAISE
University students at the R. 0. T.
C. summer camp at Camp Custer,
Mich., were given high praise for the
work they have done this summer in
a letter to President Marion L. Bur-
ton from Maj. O. S. Albright, who is
commanding the camp.
Mapor Albright stated that the char
acter of their military work reflected
GARRICK Mats, u6-., 25-5 O
13th Annual Season 12th Week
THE BONS TELLE Co.
ZONA G ALES GREAT COMEDY SUCCESS
"MISS LULU BET T"
N ext:-"DEAR ME"

Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

very highly on the preliminary train-
ing. they haed received.
White Swan Laundry for quality
and service. Phone 165.-Adv.

AUTO LIB
WITH OR WITHO

Th* Coolest Theatre in ATUoD
TOMORROW; AND SATURDAY

This Week--Stage

Garrick (Detroit) - Bonstelle
players in "Miss Lulu Bett."

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always key. obhz

White Swan Laundry for quality
and service. Phone 165.-Adv.
Read the Daily classified columns.-
Adv.
BRING YOUR IDEAS TO T>}
ANN ARBOR CUSTOM
SHOE FACTORY
We will make use of them and the best
leather to make your shoes. Bring sour
repairs to our factory at 534 FOREST

LAST TIMES TODAY
BERT LYTELL

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"ALIAS LADY FINGERS'

ROBINSON CRUSOE
CHAPTER 18

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Senorita Carmen Shook a Mean Fandango anda
But Jimmy's American Sweetheart-

Carom Billiards
ghteen tables on ground
or for this most popular

ing part of the
:ollege life if
make use of
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mer Daily.-Adv.

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SHOWS ATMatinee, 20
2:00. 3:30 Evening, 3
7:00, 8:45 Kiddles, V
THURSDAY-SATURDAY
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story b
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Edstar Franklin's Aros-Al Story Romance of Business and Bandit
You'll never know how much trouble a doubting husband ca
until you see this picture. It's a lively tale of a matrimonial
that spelled disaster to everyone concerned. For real peppy
tainment you must see it.
Added-THE PIPER"-A Sunshine Come
"IN DUTCH" ORGANIST
SUNDAY-ANITA STEWART In "ROSE OF THE SEA
Lest TimesTnight -o"n't Neglect Your Wie"
A Cood Comedy Latest News'

'Pe GARUETH
HUIGHE s

A variety of pure
summer foods at
the Arcade Cafe-

rench Poodles
IOROUGHBRED ST O C K
Inquire at 321 HILL STREET
'LA SS I F IE D
'COLUMN CLOSES AT 8P. M.
'ED - Substitute Stenographer
month of August. Must be ex-
. Apply Secretary's office, U. of M.

teria.

You set-

dom find a selec-
tion so adequately
suited to this time
of year.
The ARCADE
CAFETERIA,
Upstairs i n Nickels Ar cad e

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The Cool

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Blest Pace I. Town to spend an Afternoon of
Last Times Today
AN ALL-STAR CAST IN
"CONCEIT"

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Marjorie Daw--Bertram~ Grassky'

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