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ATTENTION

a distinction about

Stein Bloch Clothes-
that stamps their Quality and
Style as Superior. The prices are
no higher than clothes not nearly
as good.

LOOK UP YOUR CASH CHECKS FROM OUR
STORE. If they bear any of the following num-
bers 010 592 - 1259
be the first to return them to us on Monday, Nov. 3, and a
Five Dollar Bill will be yours. Remember, the first one of
these returned gets the "FIVER."

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Cor. STATE and
WILLIAM STRELTS

Reule, Conlin & Fiegel C
CORRECT CLOT~
... for Oentlemei
They are designed, cut and t.ail
the finest and most expert workme
k.~>~ business. Better styles, fit and wc.
ship than you get elsewhere. Co
\\ tI ~more, but worth a lot more. Try tb
you will see.
Adler Rochester Clot
Prices $18 to $30
Styleplus, $17
All the new things for fall await v
in Men's Furnishings. Every ne'
and pattern, including the famon
iattans, at $1.50, $2.00, and $2.50.
All correct shades in Gloves, va
5i.oo and uip.
Neckwear, Underwe
Trousers. Raincoats
COPYRIGHT
ADLKR ROCHFiESTER
' THE BIG STORE, PHONE

Our IIACKINAWS the talk of
the town.

Furnishers and Hatters

LirndcnschmidtApfel & Company
Ladies' Sweater Coats
IN WHITE, GRAY AND CARMINE
BEST VALUE IN TOWN;
ALL WOOL, $3.00
H. S. Pinney & Co,
614 E. Liberty St. The store Where a Dollar Does Its Duty

IMPARTIAL JIU1)DE RENDERS VERDICT IN FAVOR OF "PROS."
(Continued from page 1.)
siall be appointed except by university governing bodies on the recommenda-
tion of the faculty or president in the regular way and at a moderate salary."
The contention that the faculty would not favor the appointment of a high-
salaried coach is hardly warranted by the assumption that the faculty would
be icalous of the coac-h's superior financial award for services rendered.
VL Conference Legislation.-The Conference Code declares: "A major-
ity vote of the representatives is sufficient to pass any measure, but all Con-
ference legislation must be submitted to the faculties of the constituent mem-
bers for approval. If on-e or more of the faculties rejects any measure within
sixty days from the date the report of said measure is mailed to said member
by the Secretary of the Conference, that measure must be reconsidered at the
next meeting of the Conference. If, at such subsequent meeting, the measure
passes by a majority vote of the Conference, it then becomes a conference
rule, non-observance of which results in suspension." The anticipation of
adverse legislation appears to be ill-grounded. The possibility of forbidding
intersectional games is hardly a probability. .The fact that Conference author-
ity is delegated authority and that each member may demand a reconsidera-
tion of any piece of legislation that does not meet with its approval, provides
reasonable assurance against possible calamity. There is always the possibility
of withdrawing from an afliliation that is intolerable.
VII. Eastern Competition.-it is generally agreed that eastern games are
desirable. It has not been proved that eastern games would necessarily be
sacrificed by a return to the Conference. Football histbry justifies the belief
that good eastern contests may be scheduled by Conference teams while com-
peting for western championship -honors. A conflict between the Conference
track meet and the Eastern Intercollegiate Meet occured only once, the two
meets usually being separated by an interval of one week. It must be granted
that the baseball schedule would be somewhat restricted by the onference
rule, but the addition of Illinois, Chicago, and Indiana on Michigan's southern
trip, together with at least a part of the present eastern schedule, would offer
an attractive itinerary.
Sainstry. -The writer is convinced that the briefs under consideration
warrant a decision in favor of Michigan's return to the Conference. . This
decision rests upon the probable athletic gain by reason of a resumption of
relationship with, western teams. It has been pointed out that Michigan
would thereby gain financially, in athletic prestige, and also guard against the
probability of further restrictions in its present western schedule. Since
Michigan's eastern affiliations are restricted and there is a probability of still
further restrictions, and since the objections to Michigan's return to the Con-
ference appear to be offset by the superior advantages of a Conference associa-
tion, the writer awards a verdict in favor of Michigan's immediate return to
the Western Conference.
Respectfully submitted,
JOHN R. BR UMM.

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Visit the Newest and
Up-to-Date

1
S TUDENTS wearing glasses or
feeling the need of thei will
be pleased to know that Ann Arbor
has a modern optical shop where
services of an expert optometrist
and optician can be had.
Advanced methods of Optometry, fit-
ting glasses without drugs, appeals to all
who demand accurate eye exaninations,
-made without loss of time or inconven-
ience of having muscles paralyzed by
drugs.
1E. H. Arnold, optometrist with Arnold
& Co , is a recognized leader in advanced
optometrical work. His complete office
equipment combined with shop facilities
to grind lenses, 4ogethC with years of
experience as refractionist and optician,
make his Optical System the logical
place to buy glasses.
Arnold Optical System
220 South Main Street

All We I
ofi*h

ROWE'S LA
4 06 DETROIT

se Cut Flowrs
Palms and Ferns for Decorating

St. and S. Univ. Ave. Phone 1 1 5

DRY GOODS STORE
Royal Worcester
AND
Bon-Ton Corsets
OUR LEADERS
Schroen Bros.
Phone 1000
124 South Main Street

The Link between College
TUTTL

on State Street
Serve Hot L

-ve

Try the Best
idles, crackerjack
drinks at
613 0. Liberty1

Better Than Blue Serge
A Fine Blue Basket Weave at Popular Pi
Cote in and let us convince you.

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" THE H OUSE

OF FEATURES"

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FEATURE PHOTO PLAY
Program for This Week
MONDAY and TUESDAY
"Self Convicted"
2-Reels-2
WEDNESDAY and TVRUSDAY.
"High Treason"
.2-R ee's- 2
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
The Call"
2-Reels-2
MATINEE: 2:00, P. M.; 3:30 P. M.
EVENINGS: 6:30 P.M.; 8 P.M.; 9:30 P.M.

ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY

OF

Bruce Grover
THE
WelIKnown Basso
For Three Days, Starting
Tomorrow, November 3rd
Singing at Every Performance

I1LL. USE TAG DAY
TO SEND BAND EAST
--
To raise a fund to send the band to
Cornell three thousand tags, at twen-
ty-five cents a piece, will be put on
sale Tuesday.
Special rates have been obtained
from the MichigansCentral andcLe-
high Valley railroads, to reduce costs
to a minimum.
It is planned to have the band leave
Ann Arbor Friday night with the team.
To fill up the special train it will be
necessary to have about forty more
men in the party. Those who wish to
take advantage of this rate should
call up J. R. Watkins.
It is planned now to send the entire
band of 35 pieces. Itemized expenses
will be as follows: fare round trip
including Pullman, $18.70; three meals
at 50 cents apiece, $1.50; making a
total expense of $20.20 per man. For
35 men this makes a grand total of
$707.00. Small incidentals such as
printing the tags, will bring the ag-
gregate up to approximately $715.00.
SENIORS WIN "BETWEEN THE
HALVES" RELAY CHAMPIONSHIP
The seniors were returned campus'
relay champions of Michigan when the
1914 quartet came out victorious in
the fall races held yesterday after-
noen between the halves of the Mich-
igan-Syracuse game. The race was
one half-mile in length and the time
for the distance was 1 :36.

1lICHICAN WINS EASY VICTORY
OVER SYRA41USE1
(Continued from page 1.)
punting of Hughitt. His kicks were
no small factor in keeping Michigan
out of danger during the last half
when Syracuse showed flashes of the
form expected. Castle's work, espe-
cially in the second half, was com-
mendable.
The playing of Michigan's forwards
was another excellent feature of the
play. The Maize and Blue line opened'
big holes for the backs on the offense,
and on the defensive play, the linemen
did yeoman work in stopping the at-
tack of the visitors.
The lineups and summaries follow:

117 E. Liberty St.

Krutsch & Pracht

Varsity I

Haller Jewely Co.

VAI M .......

Will move into new store

306 South State Street

ADMISSION

Adults, IQ

Children, 5c

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Syracuse
Robbins,........L.E.
Woodruff....... L.E.
Hilfinger (C).... L.T.
McElligot.......L.T.
Armstrong.....L.G.
White..........L.G.
Shufelt, Ransler. C..
Babbit..........R.G.
R.G.
Propst. Trigg..: R.T.
R.T.
Farber, Travis.. R.E.
Seymour........ Q.
11Q.
Castle, Johnson. L.H.
. % L.H
Forsyth.........F.B.
Wakefield.......F.B.
Ross, ingsley.... R.H.

Michigan
. Lichtner
.Tessin
....... Musser
Traphagen
...... Cochran
... Paterson (C)
Allmendinger
... . McHale
........Pontius
.... Raynsford
..Lyons, James
.Hughitt
......Bushnell
..Craig, Catlett-
.Bastian
Quinn, Mead
.Benton
Galt, Bentley

Monday, November 3. Temporarily located in 308 S
State St., one door south of new building.
WILLIAM E. Dw"IETERI
FORMERLY THE VARSITY TAILOR OF ANN ARBOR
wishes to announce that he has opened a tailoming estab
ment in Detroit at

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FOR RENT.

For Rent-Newly furnished single
room. 1101 E. University. Call
359-L. 28-30
Lost--Between 226 S. 12th and Hill
auditorium-a small black bead
handbag. Return to Mrs. A. B. Wood,
226 S. 12th St.
Lost--White gym shoe-on State St.
or N. Univ. Ave., or in gym. E. E.'
Brooks, Phone 570-J. 30
Lost--A Premo Camera 2 1-4 by 3 1-4
was left under seats where band
sat. Finder please call up Norris.
1551. 30
Lost-Between Huron St. and Ferry
field a small brown purse, contain-
ing about $7. Windsor, Canada,
printed across .top. Return to Kath-
erine Doherty, 811 E. Huron. Phone
1892. 30
Lost-If person who accidentally bor-
rowed Mackinac coat from Union
a week ago Saturday, will call 661-L
negotiations will be open with him,
regarding its return. No questionsj
asked. Reward offered. 30

ILyndoni will take Freshman Pietur-
es this week. Large grouping stands,
which are used each fall for Fresh-
man class pictures will be put in
place this week and the various class-
es will be photographed by Lyndon
with his Paneram Camera as follows:
Laws.-Tuesday, 12:05 p. m. ;engi-
neers-Wednesday, 12:05 p. m.; Lits
-Thursday, 12:05 p. m. The laws and
engineers usually turn out in full
face, but out of the 600 or more lits
only about 300 usually get in the pic-
ture. Lyndon will have accommoda-
tions for the full 800 Fresh-Lits-the
longest class ever entered at Michri
gan and hopes to see every last one
on hand.

94 WEST FORT STREET
With a Complete Line of
BRITISH AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS

The Kempf Music Studios,
Division St.- Phone 212-J.
Voice, Pipe Organ, Harmony.

312 S.
Piano,
1 eod

Touchdowns-Craig 4, Hughitt 2,
Travis. Goals from touchdown-Pat-
erson 5 in 6 attempts, Castle 1. Safe-
ty-Seymou r.
Officials-Referee, Haines, Yale;
umpire, Hinkey, Yale; 'headlinesman,
Lynch, Brodi.. Time of quarters-15
minutes
Lost-A Moore's fountain pen at Fer-
ry field during the Syracuse game.
Finder please reurn to The Michi-
gan Daily office and receive reward.

Special attention given to my College trade. The same pri
with Better Satisfaction and Better Workmanship.
DIETERLE-VARSITY TAIL(

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Genuine Martin Guitars and Mando-
lins sold at Schaeberle & Son's Music
House, tf

WE SELL GOOD CLOTHING
Suits at $10.00-All wool.
Suits at $15.00--All wool, hand tail-
ored,
Suits at $20.00-Adler's Make and
Style.
Suits at $25.00-Equal to Finest Cus-
tom work.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE.
Main Street. t
For Kodaks and photo supplies, open
every evening until 9:30. Sundays
9:30 to 12:30 and 1:30 to 3:30 only
Lynodn. Wed Sun.

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just receivied another ship
ment of those stylish LOW HEEl
DANCING PUMPS.
Patents and Satin
-black and white
straps separate - worn either way

Hmear theLttes~t
Popular Songs, Ten Cents per Copy. Mandolins,
Violins and their acgessories.

Guitars,

I can also put on these a SPECIAL RUBBWR\
SOI,$ making them unusually nice for Tanao./

Also a new DULL KID
STRAP PUMP-low heel

$3.4

Best goode for

the 1,e kat Money

Call and examine our Player Pianos. Good Pianos to Rent.
Terms reasonable.
Grinnell Bros., 120-122 E. Liberty St

119 E. Liberty St.

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