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October 15, 1911 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DArY

E LATEST STYLES

ONE OF

ENGLISH LAST
Invisible Eyelets
$4.00,
$5.00
$6.00

NEiR

&

CO.

STATE.
STREET

Sign of the Big White Shoe"
ROEHM & COMPANY
DETROIT. MICHIGAN
rs Experience in the Manufacture of Fraternity Jewelry

FARMERS FALL BEFORE ATTACK
OF WOLVERINES. ,
(Continued from page 1.)
C.'s 5-yard line but the Aggies held
and the quarter ended with the ball on
the 10-yard line.
In the second quarter, Michigan
went on three occasions to within al-
most striking distance of the Aggie
goal-line, only to be held for downs.
In the last few minutes, Gifford got
around the Wolverine right end for
40 yards and the session ended with
the ball in Michigan's possession on
her own 20-yard line.
A 40-yard run by Hill in the third
quarter, followed by a successful for-
ward pass, gave the Farmer's their
chance and Hill made good with a
beautiful field goal from the 35-yard
chalk mark. A little later, long end
runs by Carpell brought the ball to
the M. A. C. 20-yard line and Conklin
goaled. Herrington went in for Tor-
bet at half. An exchange of punts left
the ball at the end of the quarter on
the M. A. C. 30-yard line and in their
possession.
Early in the last quarter a perfect
forward pass, Thomson to Wells,
brought the ball to the Aggie 10-yard
line. M. A. C. was penalized five more.
From here Wells went the width of the
field and around right end for a touch-
down. On the kick-off Thomson made
55 yards. Wells added five more.
Thomsonthen went 35 yards on an end
run, going across from here on the
next down. The game ended with the
ball in the Farmer's possession in the
middle of the field.
The line-up follows:
Michigan Position M.A.C.
Garrets...... .L.E. . Stone (Capt.)

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Soph lits meet Monday afternoon,
4:15, west physics lecture room, to
nominate officers for ensuing year. All
out.
Cabinet Club meeting 10:30 a. m.
today, 1010 Monroe St. All members
out.
All candidates and present mem-
bers of the Gargoyle staff meet Mon-
day, five p. m. in office adjoining Dai-
ly.
Glee Club try-outs, Wednesday, Oc-
tober .18, 7 p. m. School of Music.
Class football managers who have
not conferred with interclass manager
meet at Union today at 3:00.
Senior lit class meeting, Monday af-
ternoon, 4 o'clock, Tappan Hall. Stui-
dent Council elections.
Meeting of 1913 engineers, Monday,
October 16, at 7:15, room 311, engi-
neering building. Student Council
elections.
Band rehearsal Monday night 7
o'clock at McMillan Hall. E. J. Fisch-
er, leader.
Reception at Union this afternoon.
Music and eats.
FRESHMEN LOSE TO
OHIO AGGREGATION.

Charles Frohman Presents

Maude'
Adams

Massive Production
The Fortune
Hunter
By Winch ill Smith

NEW
Wh itney Theatre

NEW
Wh itney Theatre
Wednesday Oct. 18

Tuesday,+

Oct. 17

Cohan & Harris

.k

In ldmond Rostand's Drama,
Adapted by Louis N. Parker
Chantecler

Designers of
Exclusive Society
Class Pins and Rings

Megdedls
Pipes
Sfationery

Seat Sale"
Prices:

)r our Illustrated Catalogue, also Price List of Badges.

Seat Sale
Saturday, Oct. 14, 1@ a. M.

Monday a. n.
35c to $1.50

ROEHM

& COMPANY

4ERCHANTS AND FRATERNITY JEWELERS
Ave., East DETROIT, MICH.
Y PHARMACY Rowe's Laundry
IVERSITY
ent supplies, Drugs, 406 Detroit St.
Dandies and Tobacco
SWEETS THOMAS ROWE, Prop.
ur Specialty Bell Phone 457
mossammsa

Davis
.. .Bekeman

IConklin(C)...L.T. 4.

Good Eyes

Bogle..........L.G.
Paterson....... C. .
Almendinger..
Quinn.. ....R.G.
Pontius ......... R.T.
Wells..........R.E.
Craig, McMillan.. Q.
Torbet, Herring-
ton, Craig..... L.H.
Thompson.......F.B.

Day
McLaughty
.... McWilliams
Culver, Martin
.....Gifford
.....Gorenflo
..........Riblet
.......... H ill
. Julian-Bul-
lard
....Markem
Hackett, West

(Continued from Page i. )
rect the faults.
Thesummary follows:
All-Fresh Position Mt. Union
Tession, Hadden. L.E. ........Blythe
Raynsford....... L.T. .........Woolf
Traphagen.....L.G.........Beck
Howard..........C.......Pritchard
Cole ............. R.G. .....McGregor
Musser........ .R.T. .Monnier (Cap)
Lyon..........R.E........Carson
Kellar ......... ..Q. .......Neushutz
Collette (Cap)....L.H. .......Church
Smith........F.B. ........Gibson
Bell..........R.H.....Whinnery
Score-Mt. Union 6, All-Fresh 0.
Touchdowns-Monnier; Goal from
touchdown, McGregor. Officials- Ed-
munds, referee; Smith, umpire; Bor-
leske, field judge;Morton, headlines-'
man. Time of quarters, 10 minutes.
Be sure and attend tne 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.
1-tf

Require

Exclusive Agents for
THERYAL TAILOR
Suits and Overcoats, $20 to $35
Guaranteed pure wool, every thread. $5 to $10 less than local tailors
and every garment must satisfy you in every respect or don't take it,
don t pay one cent. No money down. COME IN AND LOOK
OVER THE THREE hUNDRED FALL SAMPLES.
ALL MAND & FORSYTHE
SHOES AND CLOTHING 215 S. MAIN
AN NIVER S ARY WEEK
TuesdayAJ TIMody
Monsday II _______
Wednesday I I I EW SHOWS Thursdays
Annual Engagement
Maxim Models
Reproductions of World's Famous Paintings-Posed by Living
Parisian Models
NEW PROGRAM SUBJECTS
Singing, Dancing Best Yet
FINN and FORD CUE and BOYD
Talkers Comedy Sketch

OOD
LIGHT

Carpell........R.H.
Officials-Referee,7

a

Point; Umpire, Eckersall, Chicago;
Field Judge, Allen, Northwestern;
Head linesman, Yeckley, Penn State.
Time of periods-10 minutes.

Weisbach Cas Light
The.
IDEAL. Study Light
100 Candle Power
Engineers Draughting Lamps
or Gas Company

Varsity Tailoring Parlors, 336
State St., Agency for Ed. Strauss
Enough said.

S.
Co.
4tf

of the room lies in its furniture. It's surpris-
frl i ing how far your money will go in a store like
ours. Come in and let us show you.
Martin Haller
RUGS, CARPETS AND DRAPERIES

Polish your floors with Old English
Floor Wax. We have the genuine ar-
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 af Grinnell's Music House.
BESSIMER'S GRILL -Charcoal
Grilled Porterhouse Steaks, 113 W.
Huron St. Upstairs, opposite Inter-
urban Station. 1-24-eod
1915 Engineers will find all shop
tools at State Street Hardware.
eod-tf

Pianos to Rent.
Schaeberle & Son,
S. Main St.

We set glass. Major & Co. Both
Phones. tf
Don't forget that the evening class-
es in Shorthand, Bookkeeping and
Penmanship begin next Monday night
at seven o'clock, School of Shorthand,
711 N. University Avenue. 11

Terms reasonable.
Music House, 110
tf

A new line of Browns
Grey suitings just arrived.
ward, 330 S. State St.

and nobby
M. W. Mil-
.. ..7tf

Engagement Extraordinary

Celii Grand Opera. C

MAIN STREETS
place for your

TUTTLE & CO.
WE SERVE HOT LUNCHES
L ...y... Fine Line of
9Lowney's and Hagley'&j Chocolates

Shoe
sale. J.

repairing, laces and polish for
H. Lambert, 613 E. William St.
1 3 eod tf

Burns
The Great Detective

Including the Eminient Artists

Elizabeth Celli -
Antonio Frascona
Aubrey Carr -
Adelaide Falkmyer a
Myra Dahlmar -
Vito Celli

" - - From La Scala, Home
- - International Opera Company, N. Y.
" Moody-Manners Company, London
- - Hammerstein Company, New York
- - - Aborn Company, Boston
- - Metropolitan Company, N. Y.

4iimen

two articles

of Footwear

you

will need soon, are

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AUGUMENTED ORCHESTRA

ousc Slippcrs anl Gym Shoes
the largest stock in town, of these articles of Footwear-THE VERY BEST MADE.
Slippers $1.50 to $4.00 per pair. Gym Shoes 85c to $2.00 per pair.
WILL MAKE A MISTAKE IF YOU DO NOT COME TO US FOR THEM
"PURFIELD'S"

Sherlock Holmes 11

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Another one Coming

Superbhoto y NEVER SEEN IN
Motion EIWEI~IV Plays ANY OTHER
Pictures EXCLUSIVE FEATURE THEATRE
Comning Arizona Joe Coing
NextNex
Week Wild West Show Week
November 2-3-4-6-7--Adamsaand Guhl-Six DAYS OF JOY

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N.-O-W

ery

119 South Main Street
We have a large stock
of Rubber Soles for the
rush Friday
. ... .....s. per pair

Musical

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