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November 18, 1911 - Image 8

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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A GLIMPSE OF REAL MICHICAN SPIRIT

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THE BLOCK "M."

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This novel rooting feature was first introduced at the time of the Penn-ilichigan1 contest in 1908. TI
"M" was displayed in blue upon a background of yellow. The effect from the opposite side of the field was
that the "M" has remained a fixture at all big games.

in completeness and

eams have a'.out completing the field house," said
favorably Cirector Bartelme. "Now that the
es. The football seascn is so nearly over, we
ng, is now would rather go ahead with the work
from be- s'ow'y and have it right. While the
forns an Varsity football team has had the usr
erry field of the !ocker and shower rooms sinc(
the week before the Vanderbilt game
cost $38,- and this has been a great con enience
imensions to the members, there is no tellin
The en- just when the building will be entirely
levoted to finished."
ncomplete A great many inquiries have arisen
is divided as to whether or not the new field
s, rubbing house will include locker accomoda-
i finished tions for other than the members o'
d out into Varsity teams. Director Bartelmc
>f Varsity states that there will be locker pro-
room for visions for others, but that it has not
yet been decided on what basis the
any rush lockers will be meted out.

Craig.
"Jimmie" Craig started at left
in the Penn game this afternoon.
is a brother of Ralph Craig, the
mer Michigan runner.-

half
He
for-

Picard Has Had Long Career.
Frank Picard, who acted as substi-
tute quarter in the game this after-
noon, is playing his second year with
the Varsity squad. Although he was
not awarded an "M" last season, he

proved a valuable man to the team,
being always ready to work and doing
a great deal in the practices. This fall
he has been in several of the games
and has proved himself a player of no
mean ability.

Picard came to the u
and was quarterback <
team that year. He
been a star on the Sag:
eleven which has fur
men for the Michigan t

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DIlON.

SPECIAL TELEPHONE SERVICE
AIDS IN PUBLISHING EXTRA.

i end in Through the courtesy of the Michi-
ears one gan State Telephone company, the
lverines, Daily was able to secure the service
ry Field for sending the detail of the game for
itire ca- this souvenir edition. Special wires
always were installed from Ferry Field to the
yard and 'press room and equipped with instru-
the uni- ments designed for speed and facilitat-
t Massil- ing the publishing of the paper imme-
s by the diately after the game.
the Var- This line was directly connected
During with the office and the press box dur-
but the ing the entire contest and was handled
extrem- l by experienced men.

tackle
to the

e Pennsylvania
ave him a place
)retical eleven.
en playing the
s proved him-
its. His versa-'
hie shift which
. place was not
in his playing.;

Hon. William L. Day, United States
district judge, of Cleveland was one
of the most interested spectators of
the game. Judg; Day has been a con-
stant attendant at all of the large grid-
iron contests for some years and is an
enthusiastic supporter of the maize
and blue.

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Cur Sinton Model. Tar
and Black Storm Boots
Doub e Solo
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$3.50
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Our Big
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WalkObr'ins
Every 'season's Championship carries with
it grave responsibilities because the hol-
der is accepted as a model by those less
fortunate.
To a certain extent they control the destin-
ies of their craft.
The "World's Champion'ship" in shoemak-
ing is held by the "Walk-Over" people.

$4'

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That they recognize their responsibility is
shown by the splendid Fall styles now
exhibited in our windows.

your feet from cold and dampness during the grye by wearinga
a pair of Walk-Overs

"EDDIE" HANNAVAN.
ternoon in front of the stands, the boy with the harge
the long yell. Our "Eddie" isn't alone qualified as a
he is some runner and the emblem on his sweater is a
points, captured for the Wolverines in the east.
A HalflVilliam Usej s
Testify
That the
UNDERWOOD
il r" themachine you will event-
uallybuy.
A (denoxmtration will show ~on why."

Meen's

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Sizes 2 1-2 to 5
$2.50 and $3
Sizes 11 1.2 to 2
$2 and $2.50,

Women's Party
Slippers
Black Matt Kid, Operas
and Colonials, Colored
Slippers to match
gowns
$3.50
$4.00

Men's Huse
Slippers1

-Black and Tan
operas
Juliets
N ultifers

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$1.50 to

$3.00

Bring Your Foot Troubles to Us

0. D. MORRILL
LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE 322 South Stale St.

Walk-Over Shoe Co.

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