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THl MICHIGAN DAILY.V 4, ;

took for tbej e .8 '~.Label
In your coat. It's the greatest
s~eurity bond ever issued. We
±havfe : ait, haffner & Marx
m1U, &and. Qvercoats
FROMUT
$1 . 0 to $23 00 The Clothier,
In endless variety
217 SOUTH MAIN STRE3ET

jSpecial ffe-rviinIf
$6.00 All Wool, Fancy Bath Robes, pri'ed at $3.98
± $4.50 Xen's Finest Lanmb.Wool Ssvetters, $3.0
Box of 6 Fine Linen t3ambricq Handkmrciefs, for _$cI
S Newest Styles in Neck Ties and Collais shown this weak

I? ~~~ ~ VRHIL9 AIJD4L IEEthihd~I FINE TAILORINGTRD
We are prepared this season to meet every demand, as
we have increased the number of workmen. As usual
- ~we. have rhoIFinest Luie 'f Woolens in the
teps.We respectfully invite your enquiry.
121 L Washington, St. S. W. BURCHFEELD

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Others Claim Them, We
Have Them:
Shell Oysters and Cams Lobsters,
Fish, TederSpirlsechce, Large
Juicy Steaks, all the Leading
Breakfast i'ods, sered with NIce
Rich Cream. Game Dressed asnd
neatly served for huters.
The oeoy strity First Cl.. hrt
OrderDining Room in thetity
Or pamt record Is or garatee
to the lades.
WiiftsThe Caterer
Oyster IRa ?Pone47.
O i from 6:0till midnight
31 S STATE ST.
New liD 1lswick Tables
AT
RiEID'S $jIARD PAR.RS,
Fin C5areanad Tohfccos
JAS. T, Rl 1b, Prop. 312 State St., S.
thave ust received the largest and int
line of
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes'
eer brought to the ety.
Fine Lunches in Connection.
Everythng Neat and Clean.
30$ S. Stayc $L R. E. JOLLY.
The School for Dancing
6R4tNER'S=
Ground floor on "ranrd Sreet
tOne Block west of State Street
Stores. 'Pbone 2-46
$YOU CAN GT A
Htot Lunrch
$At Tuttl's, 338 S. State $
Lessons, 63 per Term of 12 Weeks
UNIVERSITY ACADEMY, State Street
Polor $aaOe Ns, PRINIPAL Y
PALACIEeC.PARISIAN
A LUNDRY AGENCY..
Olen i1 F Est William St. Pose05i.
WPOrk called foi and delivered promptly
MI. F. DOWLER, At.
PEIQTQGRAPHS
lww- Call ea
wKStYI OJS STUDIO
36 . ]ain Stree.
SPALDIG'S OFFICIAL~
L INTER-COLLEGIATE"
.QT S.,I
~seby a)) the Ieding
PFt 1SUalP.st-Laefront,
hipoad a pdedwith
a. fine erle t±at highs
.. with Cae or p.
- A. . SPALDIN & BROS
Incorporated
New York, Ccgq. Denve
4.Spalding s Otcial ot all Guide
for 13, edt ffW tr Camp.

IIANOS TLRILR,

TWELVE MEN GET "':.
Continued irons page one.
"his '1M" by taking Redden's place at
end in the Iowa game at Chicago.
Last year he was used as a. "utility'
man, playing at end, quarter, half and
full. One ot the most remarkable teats
of his tootha11 career was his 55-yard
run for a touchdown through the
whole Wisconsin team, two weeks
ago, bhe brilliancy of the run not be-
ing dimmed. by its disallowance on
acount of a technicality. Graver
weighs but 168 pounds, and is 5 feet
8Inches in height. His home is in
Chicago. Be. is a senior engineer, and
a member ot the Theta Delta Chi Fra-
terity.
GEORGE GREGORY.
fGeorge Gregory, center, is the third
and last ot the trio of men whos have
played three years at Michigan. Like
Hieston, he made the first team at
once, when be reported tor practice in
the tall of 1901. Gregory is strong.
both tin offense and detense. Gregory
tips the scales at 192 pounds, and is
5 toot 11. inches tall. Be is a senior
in the law department, trom Seattle,
Wash., and a member ot Delta Chi
Law Fraternity.
JOSEPH . H.MADDOCK7.
Joseph B. Maddlock, right tackcle, is
the only membser ot the team with two
years' credit. Maddock's playing
against;ibMichigan as an Albion half-
back first attractedl attention to him
in 19s1. Last year be proved the ath-
letic find of the year. Be played in
every game ot the year at right tackle;
hmis line bucking and hurdling being
p~heolmenal. This year lie has bees
a more consistent grouiid-gainer than
last. Maddock is a remarkable ath-.
lete in the weight events. Last spring
he won nine points- tor Michigan.
Maddock weighs 190 pounds, and
stands 6 toot high. He ranks, as a
sophomore in the literary department,
from East Jordan, Rich,., and, is a
member ot Sigma Chi Fraternity.
JOBN. BARRY JABES
John; B. James, quarterback, has
played one year only. Be entered, the
[ uiversity in the tall of 1901 with;
considerable experience. Be cap.
tained the strong 1905 All-Freshman
eleven his first year, and last year{
led the scrubs.
This tall be took the next logical.
step torward and became Varsity
quarterback. James is a beady, field
captain, and a sure backlield tackler
and a menmber of Zeta Psi; Fraternity,
Be weighs only 1..42 pounds, less. than
any of his teamo-mates, and. is. 5 feet
8. inches in height.
FRED S. NORCROSS.
Fred S. Norcross, qtwterback, owes

Caterer~ 224 PThone 582
his brilliant ri -;to, he..position of, n o r U I
Varsity quarterback to his ossession
of "never-say-die" grit and nerve ,more
than to any, other qualification, This clang Prsn.Re5rn.
fall he reported; at Ludington for pro- 336 S. STATE IT.
li mary practice, and ever since. then (over Cshnad~e's)
he has given James the closest kind
of a race for Varsity quarterback hon-
ors, The. result of the rivalsy has: Clothes, called' for and
been, the divis, ion. of the honor, both Delivered.
men getting their "Is"He: in presi-
dent of the. sophomore engineering Leave Orders at Coohiega: or
class, and hails, frosm Menominee, Phoney 582
RMich. Bin weight is, 152 pounds, bhis _______________
height 5, feet 8, inciss
RALPHB 0. GOO3D1IJG. -
Ralph 0. Goding, righi guard, has +4+oint
risen in two. years. from-the. All-Fresh- IELECTkIbCPA5
man; eleven; to, the Yarnity. Last yoar
his aggressivene s won+ him, the posi.- Electric Clsaf ioorjDishesc
tion of first, hoice as substitulte tor lcri aeT~lis
center or guard. This year 110 has tcti OI .ar2
played with the regulars from tile
first. I-ie shi es,_ not by spectacular In f{Act, onthios to lighten up yourI
p1 yiolgbut rather. by reliability. roo, ..Cll So and Ace ourdisplay....
Gooding weighs 193 pounds, and. at 61
feet 2 inches is the talest man on the WA.51iTIYSNA LIWST&
eleven. Be lives in Ann Arbor, and 4p O pIY
is, president of the junior- enginseering P~IkC MAY
class. C,,. Wa.kinoahdo. tl\ Ave, Pkoh. 27a
TOMB AMMOND,. b "'
Tom Bamnmond, right end, in one of --
Coach Yost's four famous freshmeii. H '+ + O
Hammond's renown as fullback on the4 BAILPEY t EDMVN08. ?
1902 championship Hyde Park Bigh ( p" :
thtl of bota wdsreda Skate Gri nding
thtolwsaotafiepeda EckersalL Be forced his way 121 E. ISert " t..
to the Varsity in short order, and has y
never been in danger of losing his "~ ' '
place since. Early in the season be t +" Y Zi+ +~*+l
dleveloped into an accurate goal kick - G* TH NSPR S
er,; and still: later on, began field ~ A H N RS
goals with considerable sureness. Ten Q~ r +
of Michigan's points against Wison- .f. +
sin were due to Bammond's ability, 291dsi Fio,. Aet. Tkeatr t ad..
and he also made 13 against Chicago.
B amond is a fresh law., and, from
Chicago, Be is over 6I feet 1 in ri'
heighst, and, weighs 185. pounds, OHIO CENTRAIL LINES1
FRANK LON-GMAN.
Frank Longman, fuillback, started Direct Line between Toledo, Colum-
out the, season as tackle. After a bus, Athens, Gallipolis, Charleston, W.
shor: tmehe ecam riht ndendVs., andthe South, Ask your agent or
sho t the oaslbecmerigtonmen apply to L. P. LEWIS. P. A,, 7 Fort St.,
logtheeasn a fulbak, ouganDetroit, Mich, MOULTON Mount,
,in an all around player and excels in G. P. A.- Toledo, 0.

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lineC smansing. Longman alwayl
plays with the right, kind of fighting
spirit. Be, received, bis experience on
the. Kalamazoo Bigh School team, ans
is a fresh engineer. Be tips the scales
at 177 pounds, and is C feet 1 inch tall.
J. S. CURTIS,
J. S. Curtis, left tackle, is another
of thefreshman inds, With no quali-
fiication at the beginning of the. sea-
son, except his weight and strength,
he has become a tower of strength at
tackle, Me is a consistent ground-
(Coptinpge. tO' 94 page: Two,)

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s Shoe repairing while you, wait.
1. Goods called for.
S. GOLDSTEIN.
r %8 E-ast Washington Street,
V . Of M. Ailtiseptic Barber ShopAD5T ROM
J. R. TROJANlOWS4I, Proprietor,
Face Itaasg.e a Specialty.
322 SOUTH STATE STREET
1Money Loaned
OrWatches, Diamonds
Orother personal 'property of
value. Watches and Jewelry Re-
paired. Bargains in Watches
and Diamonds.
Office- at residence, 331 E. Lib-
erty Street, Ann Arbor, Hours 8
to, 11:30a. m.,1to 3:30 pm.,,7to
p p.mn.All Business. Confiden-
tial. JOSIMI C. WATT6

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