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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Latest English 'Lasts

EVEtY NEW MICHIGAN MAN
Will eventually know
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combined-because it is done right. That's my particular business. LYNDON.

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THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY

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Congregational Church
"At Daybreak"
Friday, Oct. 17, at 8;15 P. M.
"Noon in the Rose Garden"
Saturday, Oct. 18, at 3;30 P. M.

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WILL INSTRUCT IN
HELP FOR INJURED
Compulsory courses in first aid to
the injured will be given to the senior
civils and foresters this year for the
first time. Dean M. E. Cooley, of the
engineering department, and Prof.
Filibert Roth, head of the Forestry
department, suggested such a course,
and the instruction was authorized by
the board of regents this summer as
a part of the university health ser-
vice plan. Dr. C. B. Stouffer, the uni-
versity physician, will have charge of
the course.
Such a move has long been agitated
and many have deemed it one of the
essential parts of theteducation of
an engineer and forester.
SEVENTEEN ALL-FRESH TO
LEAVE ON HILLSDALE TRIP.
Coach Douglas Will Pick His Squad
t FodayFor Saturday's Tilt
Against Baptists.
Coach Douglas will pick seventeen
men from his squad of All-Fresh can-
didates after today's practice to take
the Hillsdale trip Saturday. The men
will leave early Saturday morning and
return the same evening.
As the Baptists are known to have
an exceptionally heavy team this year,
Douglas' men must depend on speed
and open plays to a large extent. The
practice yesterday was given over to
the mastery of new formations.
There will be no scrimmage this af-
ternoon. The time is expected to be
spent in smoothing off the new plays.
All of the men who took part in the
Wednesday scrimmage with the Var-
sity will probably make the trip, and
the lineup will closely resemble the
team which started then.
The shift of Huebel to right end dis-
poses of two of Douglas' most perplex-
ing problems. The Menominee young-
ster showed up well at the extremity,
and the shift also settled the question
of whether Ziger or Huebel would be
the regular quarter.
Skinner, the lineman who has been
giving Neiman the hardest fight for
the pivot position, seems to have beat-
en out DeCoudres for right guard, but
the latter is still in the running, and
will undoubtedly have an opportunity
against the collegians Saturday.
THREE LAW FRATERNITIES
CONSOLIDATE AT CHICAGO.
Delta Theta Phi a national law fra-
ternity, was organized at a convention
held in the Hotel LaSalle, Chicago, on
September 26 and 27, by the consolida-.
tion of Alpha Kapa Phi, Theta Lambda
Phi, and Delta Phi Delta, all national
law fraternities. The consolidation
was accomplished because the organi-
zations had apparently outgrown their
original charters, which prevented an
expansion of one organization into the
territory of any of the others.
Have you noticed
how our hand-tailored
Double Breasted Sacks are
catching on. We are
making many of this new
model.

Every Man
WITH
A Safety Razor
Don't throw away your old blades
We sharpen all kinds of Safety Razor
Blades. Make old blades shave better
than new.
Single Edge.........25c per doz.
Double Edge.........35c per doz.
Mail Orders receive prompt attention
SEE DEMONSTRATION IN
QUARRY'S WINDOW THIS WEEK
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115 W. Huron St.

Matinees Friday and Saturday, 3 P. M,
THE DISTRICT

SINGLE ADMISSION $1.00

Phone 1692-J

ELECT NINE MEN
FOR TAU BETA PI
Nine students were yesterday elected
to Tau Beta Pi, the honor society of
the engineering department. Scholar-
ship and personality form the basis of
selection.
In making the selections, the frater-
nity took into consideration the stand-
ings of all seniors, the nine men chos-
en being from among the first one-
quarter with reference to scholarship.
They are as follows:
Stewart G. Baits, electrical, Dowagi-
ac; Charles G. Bright, chemical, Chevy
Chase, D. C.; Ralph D. Ernest, elec-
trical, Yale;. Raymond A. Hill, civil,
Phoenix, Ariz.; A. Norman Laird, civil,
Detroit; Antenor R. Patron, chemical,
Lima, Peru, S. A.; Ralph A. Price,
chemical, Bay City; Clayton N. Ward,
civil, Ottawa Lake; Robert D. Wiley,
mechanical, Detroit.
NAME LEADERS FOR FRESHMEN
IN BIG RUSHES
(Continued from page 1.)
shall consist of 30 men from each
class, selected as each class shall de-
termine.
8. The opponents shall be matched
in pairs.
9. Each pair shall struggle for
complete possession of an official cane,
three feet long. If not decided at the
end of ten minutes, the contest shall
be declared a tie.
10. The cane spree, counting one
point, shall be awarded to the class
gaining possession of a majority of
canes.
11. Four points are to be won in the
rush, 1 for each end pole, and 2 for
the side winning the center pole.
12. All contestants shall wear ten-
nis shoes.
13. The posting of proclamations is
strictly forbidden.
14. The use of ladders, climbers,
ropes, sharp instruments of any kind
is strictly prohibited.
15. The use of grease or any slip-
pery substance on poles is forbidden.

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Matinees, Adults 15c, Child-

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Oct. 1S, at 8;15 P. M.

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Downstairs, 35c and 25c; Balcony, 25c

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DETROIT, ICHIGAN
ROBERT B. MANTELL in Shakespearean
Repertoire. Tues., "Hamlet;" Wed., Mat.,
"Richelieu;" Wed. Night, ''Macbeth ;" Th urs.,
"Othello," Fri., "King Lear:" Sat., Mat., '.Amer-
chant of Venice;" Sat. "Richard III."
WASHINGTON THEATRE
betrott, Mich.
VIRGINIA HARNED
and the Wm. Morris Players in
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FORMERLY THE VARSITY TAILOR OF ANN ARBOR

wishes to announce that he has opened a tailoring establish-
ment in Detroit at

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

Special attention given to my College trade. The same prices
with Better Satisfaction and Better Workmanship.

DIETERLE-VARSITY TAILOR

SECRET DRILL IS HELD FOR M.A.C.
BATTLE.
(Continued from page 1.)
or Bastian (167) L.H.; Quinn (172) or
Pontius (193) F.B.;Bentley (146) R.H.
M. A. C.-Smith (182) or D. Miller
(150) L.E.; G. Smith (178) L.T.; Po-
banz. (194) L.G.; Vaughan (179) or
Henry (170) C.; McCurdy (174) R.G.;
Gifford (173) (Captain) R.T.; Henning
(167) R.E.; Gauthier (140) Q.; B. Mil-
ler (154) L.H.; Julian (185) F.B.;
Blacklock (178) R.H.
Team average (first named men)
Michigan 177, M. A. C. 173.
Line average (first named men)
Michigan 190, M. A. C 179.
Backfield (first named men) Michi-
gan 156, M. A. C. 164.
Plans are being made for a gen-
eral course in the law department open
to all women. Two hours credit will
be given. The course will deal with
general interest to women.

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