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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ONE OF THE LATEST STYLES
ENGLISH LAST
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ur Illustrated Catalogue, also Price List of Badges.
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OHIO BRAVES FALL BEF'OR WOL-
VERINES.
(Continued from Page .)
own 50 yard line as Quinn, just as the
whistle blew, recovered an on side
kick.
Yost sent in subs to start the last
part of the set to. Huebel replaced
Carpel, Garrels went in for Almen-
dinger, Bogle went to guard in plac l
of Quinn and Roblee took the place at
tackle left vacant by the shift of Bo-
gle.
A series of forward passes, five in
number, worked for O. S. U. till Craig
intercepted the last one and the ball
was in Michigan's possession on her
own 20 yard line. Craig, Thomson,
Huebel and Wells gained for the home
team but Thomson was forced to punt.
Wright punted at once but the Buck-
eye's los by the interchange as it was
Michigan's ball on Ohio's 50 yard line.
Picard went in at quarter in place of
McMillan. Gains by Picard, Thomson
Wells and Craig put the ball on the 1
yard line and Thomson slipped over
for the third and what proved to be
the last score of the day. Conklin
missed an easy goal.
Michigan was playing the hardest
at this stage that it had any time dur-
ing the day and though but a few min-
utes remained carried the ball to the
6 inch line just as the final whistle
blew.
Ohio fought hard all of the time but
Foss was the only man they had who
could gain. The little white top gave
a wonderful 'exhibition of running
back punts and of dodging through a
broken field but he fell down hard at
drop kicking. The Michigan team is
so well balanced that it is hard to
pick out one man as better than an-
other but Thomson, Wells, and Bogle
showed such class that they demand
recognition. The team looked slight-
ly improved over last Saturday but
there is room for a whole lot more.
The lineup of the two teams was as

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MUSIC AND DRAMA
Vocal Lecture RecitaL
.Oratorios are the subject of the first
vocal lecture recital of the season,
which is to be given Wednesday after-
noon at 4:15 o'clock in High School
Hall by William A. Howland of the
School of Music
From the entire field of this type
of sacred music, six representative
composers have been chosen for study.
Typical recitatives and arias will be
presented, in order that the develop
ment in this branch of composition
from Bach to the present time may
be more clearly realized.
Course tickets admitting to the six
recitals may be procured for $1.00.
Single admissions are twenty-five
cents. This course is entirely seper-
ate from the faculty and orchest*
concert series.
Majestic Theater.
The management of the Majestic
theater announces that the big produc-
tion of the Wild West Show will not
be here until next Thursday and the
engagement will be for the last thre
days of the week. The new show
coming tomorrow night will surpass
in point of comedy and entetainment
features. The star attraction tomor-
row will be none other than the fam-
ous act of Dixon, Bowers and Dixon
who last season were the leading fea-
tures in Thompson and Dndy's pro-
duction of "Girlies" at the New Am-
sterdam Theater, New York. As an
added feature Berry and Wilhelmi
have been secured. This clever pair
give chraracter impersonations. Sey-
mour Robinson will present a pan
tomime acrobatic act full of laugha-
ble situations, while Miss Julia Red-
mond a noted actress from the dra-
matic stage will appear in a one act
farce. John Zimmer a juggler with
original methods will offer something
new. The photoplays will tell the
story of "The Little Rebel."
Freshmen Notice
This coming weekLyndon, photog-
rapher, will take the big pictures of
the various freshmen classes. These
pictures will be taken one each day
at 12:05 in front of the various de-
partment buildings on big bleachers
put up for the purpose. The pictures
will be 8 inches wide and 22 inches
long and will sell for only 50 cents
each. Pictures will be taken as fol-
lows:
Monday noon-1915 Lits.
Tuesday noon-1915 Medics.
Wednesday noon-1915 Engineers.
Thursday noon-1914 Laws.
Every freshman should turn out
and make his class picture complete.
You will regret it if you do not as the
pictures will be so big, so good, and so
cheap that every one will want them.
Lyndon, 7 years photographer to
Michigan Students, 719 N. University.
17

Engag,6eet Extraordinary
Messrs. Stair and Nicolai
Present the Popular Dramatic Actor

Mr. Nor, an

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In Halle Erminie Rives' Story

Satan Sanderson
Dramatized from the book by Kirk AMexander
Frances Sibley and Jane AMurfin
A Superb Dramatic Offering. Acted by players of distinction.
Staged in a Lavish Manner. The book play hit of the century

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follows:
Michigani

Positions Ohio State

Require

GOOD
LIGHT

Conklin(capt).. . . L.E.
Bogle-Roblee .....L.T.
Quinn-Bogle..... L.G.
Paterson.. ....C.
Almendinger-
Garrels........ R.G.
Pontius.........R.T.
Wells ............R.E.
McMillan-Picard .. Q.
Craig..........L.H..
Thomson.......F.B.

. Trautman-
McCoy
... Barricklow
.......Raymond
..... . ..Geib
..... .Geisman
Markley (capt)
Pavey-Stover
......Foss
.... Smith, L. J.
Williamson
Wright

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DIRECTORS
George Hendrie D. C. Delamater
C. A. Dean Phillip H. rlcMillan
. A.Chapoton,M.D. Strathearn Hendrie
Sidney T. Miller John M. Dwyer
Arthur M. Parker PaulP. Bagley
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Officials - Referee, Thompson,
Georgetown; Umpire, Hoagland,
Princeton; Field Judge, Lieut. Nelly,,
West Point; Head Linesman, Macklin,
Penn. Time of periods, 15 minutes.
Fresh-Lit Notice!
Meet at 12:05 Monday in front of
University Hall for big class picture.
Lyndon, Photographer. 17
Soph Lits Celebrate Victory.
Seventy-five couples of soph lits
danced to the strains of Ike Fischer's
orchestra in Barbour gym last evening.
The party was chaperoned by Dean
and Mrs. Reed, and Registrar and Mrs.
Hall.
The Student Council at Sheffield Sci-
entific school recommends that all
class offices, except senior class sec-
retary, be abolished.,

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