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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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State Street
Sign of the Big White Shoe

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S aturday,

Nov.

M A C. FRFSHMEN

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READY FOR GAME
From the reports which have come
from the Lansing 'training quarters,

VOTERS CONFLICT
WITH SEAT SALE
Owing to the fact that the Cornell
sale will, to some extent, coniflict with

Mr. F. . Whitney,' Announces

The

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Company

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$4 .00"$5. 00

IN THE NEW COMIC OPERA

of how the freshmen Aggies are daily the plans of juniors and seniors whoI

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Tailors

ou will give us one chance, we'll take your correct measure
and these master tailors will make you the most satisfactory
suit or overcoat you ever wore.. Time rcquired one week.
Taicred-to-order clothes at $16 to $35. The 500 pure.
wool samples may be seen at
he Campus Boo0tery
308 South State Street
ALLMAND & FORSYTHE, Proprietors
FRATERNITY JEWELERS AND) STATIONERS
.Jeweers, Stationers, Opticirns and Fraternity Jewelers
2o7-111 MA OODWARD AVENUE,< DETROIT

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made to order

Suits and Overcoats $28 and x:30

MAX KRUTSCH
The Popular Price Tailor

BELL PHONE 871 'L

ploughing through the line of the big
agricultu rists, the Michigan freshmen
are trembling in their jersey's and
moleskins concerning the outcome of
tomorrow's battle.
Stories similar to this have reached
Ann Arbor before other battles, but
the effect was.not to make anyone
afraid' or back down, and the yearlings
.=nder Coach Conklin feel that the out-
come of the impending clash is already
known,
Since Monday the first year men
have been at it each afternoon until
dusk and are whipping into shape a
different team from the one seen In
previous contests. The personel of the
eleven remains practically the same
alth~ough there.Ls a possibility of a few
changes in the-line before Saturday
afternoon.
ARRANGE FOR SOCCER
Secretary Danes, of the Michigan
state soccer league, and Secretary
Pemberton of the Detroit club, were
in the city yesterday afternoon with a
proposition to select two pickd teams
from the Detroit clubs to play an ex-
hibition match on Ferry field. It is
their idea that if students are given
the opportunity of seeing a game play-
ed by masters of the game that their
opinion of soccer will be turned In its
favor and an increase of popularity
will follow.
Rain had "no power to dim the enthu-
siasm of the visiting experts, and at
3:00 o'clock yesterda' they -were out
In 'uniform on the slippery grass of
Ferry field to assist:Cach Douglas in
his task of instilling some knowledge
of soccer football 0 in the small squad
of- struggling beginners.
The next practice will be held Mon-
day afternoon at 3:00 o'clock.
SELECT iiIEN FOR RELAY RACES.
1Iaiibaugh,,Plummer, and Murphy
Win Places n Event.
Murphy and James, the two fresh-
men who tied for fourth birth on the
first year relay team Wednesday, ran
a duel contest yesterday afternoon,
the former winning.
Plummer who won fourth for the
juniors in Wednesday's tryouts was
picked for the team, when Rankin, the
man who was to run against his time,
forfeited. Haimbaugh was selected to
tomplete the senior's four.
Semi-inal Genie Put Off Indefintey.
Owing to the aquatic condition of the
south Ferry field green yesterday af-
ternoon, the football contest between
the senior lits and the soph engineers
has been postponed until some future
date is selected. The first game on the
semi-final schedule will take place
this p. m. at 4:05 between the senior
laws and the soph medics.
SE NI JOR LAWS ARE ENGAGED
IN PRACTICE COURT WORK.
Senior laws are busily engaged in
practice court work. The first papers
in law cases have been filed and briefs
are now being prepared for the oral
argument. As in previous years, the
first semester in the practice court
work will be given over to law cases
while during the second, each group of
four students will have a jury case to
prepare for and argue. The office of
the clerk of the practice court, which
is open from one to two o'clock each
afternoon, is crowded at that time
each day as the busy barristers file
their papers and discuss the relative
merits of their cases.

expect to go home to vote on Monday
and Tuesday, the athletic association
has announced a change in the plans
for the convenience of those students.
The time for the sale has not been
changed but those who are going home
will be given the opportunity to ar-
range beforehand for the reservation
tof their seats.
All seniors and juniors who expect
to leave the city for those two days and
who will not be here on the day when
they are scheduled to pick ,their 'seats,
are requested to neave their names and
class on a slip ,of paper at the athletic
association offices either today or Sat-
urday. These names will be listed and
a sufficient number of seats in the
rooting section along with the class
wvil be reserved for them. Upon their
return to the city they can call at thy;
offices and claim the seats kept oat
for them by presenting the slip.
.It is important that these men leave
their names as no seats will be held
out from the sale except for those who
arrange for them in this manner. The
ruling applies only to juniors and sen-
iors.
REFERENDUMI BY STUDENTS
IS THlE PRE SENT QUESTION.
(Continuedf from page 1.)
these methods ''
Professor J. R. Brunm believes that
the athletic. association would profit
from sending the band because it could
then ask 'more from the band, improve
its character, and~ attract more people
to the games in other cities as well as
t1o the local games. He doubts, how-
ever, that this plan would be feasible
for this year.
Professor W. G. S." ruiC~~H
the student referenldual as =rjd ti
means, and says ft :Ltiitu t Gifln
shorirehd u
betw i !ic " adt.asca
then gVfr;
a ref it qesion,. Kap
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IPhi, e l 11'ua-
moue. .. ilen N:4i. anu
men, and five ]Delta Upsi',!,1- _men, all
that could be rga'.ahed, vtd"e.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon wst~o~h~d
for, and one-third agaiir's ' Ph
.Delta Theta is in favor , i,fiht
band does not break u ;ai't{ r iist

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Shoes For Men

From '$3.50 to, $8.00
Call at our Shire and we will show you the latest styles in fcot
wear. Complete line of Gym Goods at

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302

S. State Street

Little

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By Oscar Straus composer of "The Chocolate Soldier" The most nlot-
able production in years. This production plays at the Garrick Theater
all next week, then to New York City for remainder of seasona.
Cast of 100--Orchestra of 410
Mail orders accompanied by remittance will be filled in order of receipt
Box Office now open.
Prices, * 50c,75,$1.00, 1.0$1s50, $2.00

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the ;University who is re-
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liveliest style in his clothes,

Chinese and Am nan Rs u iat
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alit ge ntlenicn.
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game.
The Druids unanimously ,Jpt
resolution favoring the ;iIredun
and one in favor -of not nnm h
band this year, unless the < tt citonwllas-i. ?; 1
would be unfortunate to sbihth
precedent of having a tag d: --iie h
bla~nket-taxy has been 1ev> 11li

Granger's Aoademn oc'Danol
classes ,, . Ladiesan Gentlemen: Tuesuday a; .AThuri:day evenings 7
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the designing; all are handled'
F fox' the students part ctlarlyT.
The quality of materials
and the tailoring are of the
7 highest order; that' s what you
want to keep clothes in good
shape. Better have the best
clothes for your money.
Suits l 8 and up O'vc. caats x; 7.50 and up
- The, Lutz CltigStore

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sfor prvate paries, calAcadem

Tan Omega is unanimously i==n or o
the referendum; -and would raie QA
an increase of the blanket tha n <
subscription campaign.
BOAT EFFr ICIENCY TES ' R1
-IIEBY MARINE F -V l
The second of a series of ni t..
being conducted by the mn,,ri le;i
neering department in the nvltn
to determine displacement, ,;tr.
sistence, and efficiency of varou 1e~
m d l wa re e t y mdsu e v s o of P o E M.the esu its of the nine tests a r '!n :w
a paper, 'which will be pul Ished
the Journal of the American oit '
Marine Architects, 'will be poa'
by Prof. Sadler.

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ro or three-button styles in sack
you can have either here; some
-button stylits are made to button
;wo; the third button justfor looks;
ew high-cut vests r^re very smart.

HAtLLE R'S
J.EWELR CO

217 South Main Street

Tb's store is the home of
lDart Schaffner R*Marx clothes

30OiS.

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6 19 E.. dLiberty St.

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