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AY, AUGUST 3, 1927

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PACE THREE

PAGE THREE

PHELAN OPENS SIXTH
SEASON AT PURDUE

LAFAYETTE, Ind., Aug. 2.-James
M. Phelan, clever and hard working
coach at Purdue university, in enter-
ing upon the 1927 football season, will
shatter one precedent which has piled
up since football was started here in
1887, of being the first gridiron mentor
to remain at the institution for six
consecutive years. Phelan started at1
Purdue in 1922, and by dint of hard
work, perseverance and no small1
amount of ability and brains, had the
satisfaction last season of seeing his
team record the most successful sea-
son of football in well over a decade.
Only two coaches since 1887 have
remained at Purdue longer than three
years, D. M. Balliet and A. P. Jami-
son. Balliet coached in 1893, 1894
and 1895, and in 1900 and 1901 assist-
ed A. P. Jamison, who also coached!
in 1898 and 1899; M. H. Horr was foot-'
ball coach for three years, 1910 toa
1912, while the late Andy Smith heldJ
the reigns from 1913 to 1915 and'
"Butch" Scanlon from 1918 to 1920.
K. L. Ames and B. Donnelly coached
two years when Purdue was undefeat-
ed, in 1891 and 1892.
Coach Phelan's teams, since 1922, 1
have won 16 games, lost eighteen andI
tied four. It is the ambition of the ?
Purdue coach this year to push "overI
the top" and show a respectable mar-1
gin between the won and lost column.
Conference victories over Chicago!
and Indiana, a scoreless tie with Wis-
consin and the close 17 to 13 defeat by:
the Navy were the features of Pur-t
due's 1926 football year. The victory1
over Chicago was prominent, because !
it was the first in over two decades,:

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ILLINOIS FOOTBALL PROSPECTS FOR ithe squadmen including Richman, sub-
SE A ON SE EM BET T R H A IN 926center ; Economos, S. K. Jones, Kuenz-
SEASON SEEM BETTER THAN IN 1926,liWheeler, F. S. Sherman and G. W.
URBANA, Ill., Aug. 2.-Given more than 160 Wounds. Mills is a fairly Wagner.-
power in the backfitld, it is quite pos- good punter and both lads can speed C AS TT T
sible that the University of Illinois along. Lanum is certain to play and CLASSIFIED ADS-
football team will be stronger than in will do the punting. French is a pos- LOST-A black and white cameo
1926. The Illini seem to be fairly sibility for quarterback and Stewart broach, set in white gold. Lost on
well fixed for linemen, especially if and Stuessy must be considered. campus or in Majestic. Reward.
several big, rangy sophomores develop Humbert, 175 pounds, is a new full- Please return to 1317 Wilmot street
as the coaches hope. back and Art Antonides, quarterback, or call 5974. 32, 33, 34I
Coach Zuppke has lost Shively and made a rep as a Cook County prep.
Knapp, guards; Kassel and Wilson, L. J. Gordon and R. J. CrCane of LOST-Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity
ends; Daugherity and Gallivan, backs. Chicago and L. S. Burdick of Assump- pin. Reward. Call Mr. Bills. 2-2342.
Thirteen letter men from last sea- tion, Ill., are three outstanding line- 33, 34
son are available: Capt. Reitsch, cen- men among the sophomores. Gordon__
ter; Schultz, guard; Marriner Grable, and Burdick, both rangy and beefy Y
Nowack and Perkins, tackles; D'Am- six-footers, are expected to make the
brosio and Nickol, ends; Lanum, veteran tackles hustle. Crane is
Stewart, Peters, French and Stuessy, groomed as a guard. Wietz, 232
backs. "Bubbles" Mitterwallner and pounds and Huddleston, 243 pounds, 1
L. W. Muegge, guards in 1925, who are other new linemen.
did not play last season, will return, Frosty Peters is billed to play end
making a total of 15 letter men. Joe according to Coach Zuppke. The
Green, back in 1925, has another year Montana lad delivered as a drop- TWe 'coolest Eating Place
and may return. kicker by defeating Pennsylvania and ill Town.
Jud Timm, who raised havoc with scoring on Iowa, but he did not carry EXCELLENT MEALS.
the varsity line as a freshman in 1925 the ball as well as some fans hoped Ladies and Gentlemen
but was injured before last season although considerable injustice was Single Meals - >0c, 65c
opened, will return. Timm is regard- i done him by enthusiastic advance gos- Weekly Board - $5.75
ed as far above the average as a backI sip. Another end prospect is Gar-t
and if his injured arm does not bother land Grange, younger brother of the (or. State and Washington
him, is likely to be the best punch the! famous Red, who has been kept out
Illini will have. The best prospects of the game previously by an injured
among the recruits are said to be shoulder. Solyom of Elgin, Illinois,!
Doug Mills of Elgin and Frank Walker and Short a Kansan, are two spoho-
of Urbana. Neither weighs more more ends who will be contenders and MICHIGAN PINS
Deimling, varsity basketball guard,
while Indiana's defeat capped the sea- made a good empression as an end in FOUNTAIN PENS
son. spring practice. Zuppke has Brown
Phelan's system is regarded as well and Wolgast, last year's subs. D'Am- ALARM CLOCKS
installed here and a reflection over brosio may get back into his 1925
the fivev ears shows that it has been form and Nickol will have had the N a +R' 01= m - __

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for a glorious
low-cost tri
to Europe
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IT DOWN and plan your vacation trip
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successful in the main, and has served
to bring the Boilermakers from com-
parative obscurity in Big Ten football'
to a point of commanding consider- !
able respect from opponents.N

benefit of experience last season.
Fields, Flood, Frentzel, Myers,
Winsper and Seeman are sophomore
backs listed as promising. Last year's
line reserves produce some regulars,

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December 7, 1926.
Mr. L.{. Dickey,
ManagerMichigan Sell Telphone Company,
Grand Rapids, Mich.
Dear Sirt
We are great believers in the Iong distance
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with our customers.
I find that when some dispute comes up bet-
ween us and our customers, I can usually settle it when
I talk personally to my customers over the telephone.
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the writer or one of the managers of our different depart-
ments uses the telephone to put the proposition before the
buyer.
As stated in the first paragr h, we are
great believers in the use of the long tance telephone.
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UNE DAYS ... Youth steps on the gas. A round of
golf . . . sailing, with rails awash . . . tennis . . . a
dip in the surf. . . a spin down the road at twilight ...
June nights . . . white flannels . . . a dance at the
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with an Erskine Coupe-the car that matches the
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