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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Lam, the Tailor

$ MOVISD TO

a st Liberty Street
Maynard, in the New Malcolm Block'

arid ready to get oust your order at once,
saln and reserve a Suit r Overcoat.

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,JEWEFLERS AND

STATIONERS

of High Grade

FRESHMEN AND SCRUBS CLASH
WITH VARSITY.
(Continued from page .)
That ought to be by the end of the
week and he may be in shape to get
in the game with the "Aggies" if Yost
decides to use him. If McMillan shows
enough speed to beat Craig out of the
place he has held so far this fall it
is possible that the speedy quarter
may be shove: out to end where he
will have Garrels and Barton to fight
for the honor of playing opposite
"Stan" Wells.
Varsity Not Going Well Yesterday.
The Varsity was played to a stand-
still yesterday by the scrubs and for
a time it looked as though there would
be no scoring done as long as they
were the opponents. The first string
line was not charging, and it was not
holding the scrubs in check. Smith
has gathered a bunch of husky men
around him and of course every day
they are more formidable as they
have just that much better chance of,
getting together. The Reserves have
not increased so much though, that
they should be entitled to make such
a showing against the varsity if it
were playing true to form. It prob-
ably is a mid-week slump but it isn't
the kind of ball that will win from
the Farmers. They are out to do ort
die up-state this year and Michigan
is going to need her strongest line-
up to be returned winner.
The lineup follows:
Michigani
Conklin .. .... LT.
Bogle.....................L.G.
Paterson... . ...........C.
Quinn......................R.G,
Pontius ..................R.T.
Wells, Barton,..............R.E.
Craig, Picard, Craig, ........... Q.B.
Herrington, Torbet, Herrington. .L.H.
Thomson,...................F.B.
Wenner, Carpel, Hubel, Roblee,..R.H.
Opponents.
All-Fresh Reserves
Lyon.........L.E.......... Hanlon
Mussen ........ L.T........... Shaw
Kiefayber .....L.G... . .Carpenter
Leahy ..... ..........Kayno?
Cole..........R.G......... McHale
Bellows .,.,......R.T....... Quinn, C.
Johnson ...... R.E... ..McLaughlin
Kellar.......Q.B........ Murphy
Collete.....L.H......... Bleich
Smith, J. -M. . . .F.B....... .Sherzer
Smith, R. G.. ...R.H......Smith, H.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Senior lit class meeting this after-
noon at 4:00 o'clock in Tappan hall.
Nominations for Student Council.
J. Laws: Football practice Ferry
field at 3:15 p. m. All out. Acting
Mgr.
Senior engineer class meeting this
afternoon at 4 o'clock, room 311. Stu-
dent council nominations.
There will be an important meeting
of the Cosmopolitan Club in room D,
law building, 7:30 tonight All Ut
Tickets for Dr. Warthin's lecture to
all first year men can be procured at
the Y. M. C. A. The lectures will be
given Oct. 16, 17 and 18 in the medi-
cal building.
Every candidate for 1913 lit team
possible come down later77g?e3Tuu.
report at S. Ferry field at 3:15 today.
If not possible come down later and
register.
All soph lit football candidates out
today at South Ferry field.
1913 Lit class meeting today, 4 p. m.
Tappan Hall to nominate candidates
for election to student council. Class
affairs will be talked-over. Everybody
turn out.
Soph-lit class meeting in memoriam
of Glanville S. Lamb, Physics building
West lecture room, 4:15 this aftern
noon.
Until further notice course in Fine
Arts will meet in room 311, engineer-
ing building.
A new line of Browns and nobby
Grey suitings just arrived. M. W. Mil-
ward, 330 S. State St. .. .. ..7tf
Be sure and attend the Special Red
Tag Piano Sale now going on at Grin-
nell Bros. Music House, 120-122 E.
Liberty St. A sensational piano
clearance of Summer Resort Pianos.
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TYPEWRITERS.
New and second hand, for sale or
rent. McNitt & Lewis, 302 S. State.8
Pianos to Rent. Terms reasonable.
Schaeberle & Son, Music House, 110
S. Main St. tf
Varsity Tailoring Parlors, 336 S.
State St., Agency for Ed. Strauss Co.
enough said. 4tf

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Late Comers not seated promptly
Monday, October 16th
After European Triumph
THE INTERNATIONAL COMEDIANS
Bailey & Austin
. . IN . .
THE TOP 0' TH' WORLD
Production in Detail as During its Solid
Year's Run at the Majestic and Casino
Theatres, New York.
The Big Original No.1 Company.
Seventy People. Augumented Orchestra.
THE FAMOUS ORIGINAL COLLIE BALLET
Most Talked of Feature ever known in Musical Comedy
4 0 Ever Marching, Ever Smiling Ever 40
Dancing, Fascinating Girls
The Truly Big Event of the Season
Seat Sale Friday, Oct.113, 10 A. M.

NEW WHITNEY THEATRE

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s Pins and Stationery

ing catalog and price lists.

" The Sweetest Story Ever Told"
LIGGETTS CHOCOLATES

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Van Doren 's
Pharmacy
703 PACKARD STREET
Drugs, Candles,
Soda Supplies, Cigars
and Students' Supplies
We make the best chocolate soda in
town. Drop in on your way to Ferry.
Field.

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Finest Quality Candies-Guaranteed Perfect Condition
Liggett'S, Lowney' s, Guth's, Weber's, Fenway
THE BROWN DRUG STORE
E. C. ED ILL, Prop.
S. Main St. The Rexall Store Prescription Specia

lits

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Good Commissions paid to
.S. L. A. TICKET SELLERS

D0I ", Michi. !I

ml

)fls, ingro win
d and cured
absolutely an-
1-5 and ,-R p.m
LEY
North 12th
Phone 989-J

Buy your ALARM CLOCKS
at
Chapman's Jewelry Stre
205 South Main Street

Meet the Treasurer of the

AssoCiation

in

the Graduate School Office Daily at 4
ro'clock

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You Can Fill
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elf instantly

writer.

The Varsity
TOG GERY
A new up to date gent's furnish-
ing establishment carrying a
classy line of Men's Caps, Neck-
wear, Hosiery, Raincoats, Etc.
IT'S A PLEASURE TO SHOW
GOODS
Call and become acquainted at
1107 S. University
Avenue
E. J. Lohr, Manager
If you want STATIONERY, FOUNTAIN
PENS, ENGINEER'S SUPPLIES, Etc., go
to headquarters for Student's Supplies
The Student Suppy Store
GILBERT & MORSE CANDIES

Daily advertisers are presenting
propositions' advantageous to you.
The original hamburger will open
soon and have a fresh lot of Hamburg-
er's. Watch for them at 603 E. Lib-
erty. Orders of 40 cents or ever will
be delivered promptly as usual from
5 p. m. until 2 a. m. Special atten-.
tion to freshmen. Come and get a
quainted. 4tf
Varsity Tailoring Parlors 336 State.
Agency for Ed. Strauss Co. Enough
said. 4f
Polish your floors with Old English
Floor Wax. We have the genuine a-
ticle. Major & Co., b th phones. 8tf
All the latest Popular song ,hits
such as 'Billy Alexander's Ragtime
Band, Mamy's Angel Child, All Alone
and a dozen others at Ten Cents per
copy at Grinnell's Music House.
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Gym bom,

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the perfect, easy, graceful and durable

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Gymnasium and Basket Ball Suit
Made of Heavy Storm Serge, manufactured especially for us for this particular
purpose. We sell Gymbloolm at $3.75 each in orders of ten or more. Why pay $5.00
for a suit when you can buy a thoroughly guaranteed suit for $3.75 or a U. of M.
model suit for $4.35 made by the largest manufacturers of Gymnasium and Basket Ball
Suits in Michigan, and positively guaranteed? If not satisfactory your money
refunded.

iller-the great
pens ever made.

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well made gar-

Please send to the address below
GYMBLOOM
as per these measurements:

Measurenents
(in inches)

BUST-Entirely around body, over fullest part of bust and
well upon shoulder blades in back (A)................
NECK-BAND-Length of neckband that fits you right(B)..............
WAIST-Around body at smallest part of waist (C).......................
HIPS--Entirely around body at hips, about six inches be-
low waistline (D).................................. .
SLEEVE--Length of inside seam of sleeve to elbow, arm
hanging at side (E)................................... ...
BLOOMERS--Length of bloomers from waist to bend of
knee (F).................................. .
BACK--From bottom of neck-band down back to waist-
line (G)........... --- - --.......................................
SHOULDER-Distance from neck to shoulder seam (H).....
Give actual measurements, we make all allowances.
Date...... .... ...191....
Name......................--+- --.....--.-...........
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Addres........................................... .........
Do not till out the olioswI. . g blank.
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Main St

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Address all corre-
spondeine to
department K

J. W. KNAPP CO., Lansing, Mich.

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