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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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We are glad to be able to link up
our local reputation with the
national reputation of such a
firm as Stein-Block.
If you need a suit or overcoat you should
inspect Lindenschmitt, Apfel & Co.'s
clothes.
The greatest variety of Mackinaws in Mich-
igan. Prices fronm $7.50 to $15.00.

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MACKINAW COATS
Buy your coat now while
the line is complete.

New
Ha3s
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TINKER & CO.
342 S. State Street

Reule, Conlin & Fiegel Co.
CORRECT CLOTHES
for Gentlemen
They are designed, cut and tailored by
the finest anid most expert workmen in the
business. Better styles, fit and workman-
' ship than yougi et elsewhere. Costs no
more, but worth a lot more. Try them and
youwill see.
Adler Rochester Clothes
Prices $18 to $30
Styleplus, $17
All the new things for fall await you here
in Men's Vurnishings. Every new style
ud pattern, including the famous Man-
hattans, at $1.5(, $2.00, and $2.50.
All correct shades in Gloves, values in
I $1.0o and lip.
Neckwear, Underwear
Trousers. Raincoats
L :: THE BIG STORE, PHONE 117

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Frost's in the Air,
Make Yourself Warm and Comfortable
Stop at the store around the corner off from State Street at 614 V. Liberty and see
our line of coinfortables. Blankets for full and half beds from 75c per pair up. Sheets,
Pillow Cases, Bed Spreads, Kimonos, Night Gowns, Underwear, Lace Curtains, etc.
Take notice we have the best $i.oo corset in the market.
H. S. Pinney & Co.
THE STORE WHERE A DOLLAR DOES IT DUTY
ANN ARBOR DYE WORKS
ARTISTIC FRENCH DRY AND
STEA1I CLEANERS
Phone 628 204 East Washington
Consolidation

L CLEANING WORKS
T. E. WAHL

ANN ARBOR DYE WORKS
G. H. KUHN

WE CALL AND DELIVER

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Pass the Rest,, Try the Best
Fresh home-made candles, crackerjack
and fountain drnks at
MAC'S 613 E. Liberty
SHOE REPAIRS?
FIRST CLASS SHOE REPAIRING
JOHN H. LAMBERT
613 EAST WILLIAM
Official Shoe Doctor to Michigan's
Football Team

Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing
Phone 763 L

YOST TRIES OUT
ANOTHER LINE UP
Coaeh Gies His Veterans a Lay-off
And Watclies Work oft
FAULTS CATCH EYE OF TITOR
That Coach Yost is as uncertain of
the lineup that will oppose Mount Un-
ion Saturday as the players them-1
selves, was apparent from ,yesterday's
thirty minute Varsity-All-Fresh scrim-
mage. The Wolverine tutor sent still a
different combination against the year-
lings, and though the Varsity triumph-
ed over Coach Douglas' charges by two3
touchdowns to none, the Michigan
mentor saw many faults.
Captain Paterson, Torbet, Ponti s
and Hughitt were all excused from"
yesterday's rough work, and their plac-
es were filled by men whom the coacht
wanted to see in action. Lichtner was
used at center, Watson at left end,f
Morse at right tackle and Galt at
quarterback. Musser appeared at his
regular position of left tackle, with Al-
mendinger holding down his old job1
on the right side of the pivot man.
McHale was used at left guard, and
Lyons at right end.
In the backfield Yost used Bastian att
left half, Bentley at right and Benton
at fullback. When Bentley sustained
a slight injury to his knee, he was re-
placed by Diehl.
Coach Douglas sent a strong lineup
of freshmen into the game, and thel
battle was by no means an easy one1
for the Varsity players to win. In
fact anyone who heard Coach Yost
correcting the faults of the players
might have thought the regulars were
getting badly beaten had they not been
able to see the play. Yost seemed to
see a great many errors in the way his
men blocked and interfered, and he
was not slow to point them out. An-
other displeasing feature to the coach
was the Varsity's failure to handle
punts properly. The freshnen profit-'
ed directly and indirectly from their
kicks, as the returning of punts was
decidedly loose on the part of the Var-
sity men.
It is expected Yost will polish off
his plays for Mount Union in today's
practice, with the men working in two
teams.
AVIATION EXPERT TO GIVE
TWO MORE LECTRES TODAY
Professor Marchis delivered the sec-
ond of a series of four French lectures
in west physics hall yesterday after-
noon. The theme concerned the prog-
ress of aviation in France. Prof. Mar-
chis explained the reason why France
is now recognized as having no superi-
or in the field of aviation and the great
difference between the French and
German Zeplins, telling how they were
managed and how useful they would be
in time of war.
Two more lectures will be delivered
by Professor Marchis in west physics
hal, one this afternoon at 4:15 o'clock,
and the other at 7:30 o'clock this ev-
ening.
Lyndon's "M" Scrap Books are made
for service as well as appearance-on-

Coach Douglas is having his troubles
trying to select his strongest lineup
to face the Ypsilanti Normal team Sat-
urday. With a squad of forty ambi-
tious youngsters to pick from, only
two or three positions are certain.
Maulbetsch at fullback, Rehor at left
guard, and Pierce at right tackle all
look like fixtures, providing the latter
can arrange a little misunderstanding
with the faculty.
The end positions are greatly in
doubt, owing to the injury of Graven,
and the shift of Paterson to half in
last night's argument with the Var-
sity. The Detroitter was regarded as
the most promising candidate for the
right extremity, but his showing in
the backfield opens new possibilities.
Gratz and Whitmarsh have also been
tried at both end and half, while James
is another favorite of the critics at an
extremity. Finkbeiner and Rowan are
the tackles who look most probable as
the mates of Pierce. The guard oppo-
site Rehor is uncertain. De Coudres
has been used regularly, but it is ex-
pected one of the displaced candidates
for center may have the call.
The pivot position is the most diffi-
cult choice which Douglas will have
to make. Nieman, Skinner and Nixon
are the men battling for the position,
and there seem little to choose be-
tween them.
in the backfield, Hubel or Ziger will
probably appear at quarter, with Maul-
betsch at fullback. The halfback ma-
terial is numerous, but an absence of
good punters may affect, the choice.
Splawn, the Texan booter, has shown
such ability with the forward pass as
well, that he will probably hold the
right position.
Dratz, Calvin, Zewadski, Whitmarsh,
McNamara, and Paterson, form t1e list
from which the other half will proba-
bly be selected.

ARNOLD & CO.
Jewelers
220 South Main Street
Alarm Clocks
$1.00 $1.25 $1.50
tBig Ben" Alarms
$2.50
Colege Jewelry, Michigan Pins
Exclusive Designs
Complete Optical Department, where
Glasses are Fitted and Lenses ground.

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PUZZLES DOUGLAS

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All We Know
of is the BEST

SPECIAL VALUE

ROWE'S LAUNDRY
406 DETROIT STREET
The Link between college and lion
on State Street
We Serve Hot Lunheb

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Afinne
own shop1
let its show

16 ounce Blue Serge, three piece suit, made in our
by first class tailors-yours for $30. Step in and
you.

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Krutsch & Pracht
117 E. Liberty St. Varsity Tailors
All Clothes Made by us Wil Be Kept Pressed
Free of Charge for One Year.
SUITS PRESSED, 26c
OVERCOATS PRESSED, 25c
TROUSERS PRESSED, 10C
Twenty per cent saved on above prices by getting a Cash Card.

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READY TO WEAR AND DRESS HATS IN THE POPU-
LAR VELVETS AND PLUSHES at
DANA RICHARDSON, 115 LIBERTY EAST
Choral Union Concerts
PADEREWSKI . October 22
World's Greatest Pianist
MATZENAUER. S November 12
Metropolitan Opera Star
PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA . December 9
95 Men-Stokowski, Conductor
CHORAL CONCERT January 23
Lucille Stevenson, Soprano and Marion Green, Baritone, Soloists
CARL FLESCH . February 18
Distinguished Hungarian Violinist
A ll S t ar C o u r se
Course Tickets, $3.00. With reserved seat
25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, extra; after October 14

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Crawford and Thorsch Tennis Victors.
Yesterday's matches in the third
round of the All-Comers Championship
Tennis Tournament saw the elimina-
tion of Oliver at the hands of Craw-
ford 8-6, 9-7, while Thorsch fought
his way to the big sets this afternoon
by defeating-Bond in tb,ree fast sets
4-6, 1-3, 6-3.
George Osborn Visits University.
George Osborn, '08, son of former
governor Chase S. Osborn, was in town
for a short visit yesterday. While in
college lie was prominent in a number
of student activities and was a mem-
ber of The Michigan Daily staff. He
is now editor of the Ste. Marie Evening
News.
Beginning class at the School of
Shorthand, Tuesday, October 14. 711
N. Univ. 10-12
Beginning class at the School of
Shorthand, Tuesday, October 14. 711
N. Univ. 10-12
Beginning class at the School of
Shorthand, Tuesday, October 14. 711
N. Univ. 10-12
Read Lyndon's new prices on pic-
tures. 10-15

Have our wagon or auto call for and
deliver your clothes

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Cleaners, Dyers,, Pressers

Phones 1890=1891

220 S. State St.

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Alarm Clocks
Guaranteed Clocks, 75c Big Bens and Little Bens, $2.50
Conklin's Self Diller, $2.50 up Our Special, $i.oo
Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing Phone 534 308 S. State st.

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M i for announcement or
Mus ic for tickets

Vest Pocket Note Books
Stwdextas Cara't Afford to be Without Therm
A Genuine A VEST POCKET
Flexible memorandum with
removable pads and
Leather ~ - perforated sheets.
Cover When a pad ishused
Three pads 50 * up insert another.
Three paYou pay for one
sheets each, sizeoy
21x44 complete cover only, the cost
of extra pads is tri-
25c vial.
THE MAVER-SCHAIRER CO.
STATIONfERS-PRINTERS-BINDERS-STUDENTS' SUPPLIES-i 12 S. MAIfN ST.

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We Have the Largest and Best
Stock of Pianos for Rent
Popular Songs, 10 Cents Per Copy
WE ARE FIRST WITH THE LATEST
ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE AT LOWEST FIGURES

You will find the latest styles in Footwear here
119 E. Liberty St.-

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The low heel effects-rubber and leather soles-for street wear
and the new spool heel narrow toe styles for dres*.
e"would be pleased to show them to you.

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Grinnell Bros., 120-122 E. Liberty st.

High grade shoe repairing a specialty

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