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November 03, 1912 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-11-03

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.

resents the Animals
s"--or, "Blowing Their Own Horns!"

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There's a lot of satisfied men
riding in our band wagon.
-Not necessary for us to blow
our own horns about
Stein=Bloch
Clothes,
-But if you haven't a seat we
want yotu to get on and ride.
They give satisfaction-we'll
prove it by a strong record.

Meeting of the girls' club of St. An-
drews, Tuesday at 3:00 o'clock, Har-
ris hall.
Miss Lucia Lyons, '04, will speak at
the Congergational Endeavor society
tonight at 6:30 on her work in China.
UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.
Sunday, November 3.-Union service
at the Presbyterian church, 7:46 p.
m. Address by Dr. Vance of Detroit.
Monday, November 4.-Cosmopolitan
club smoker at the Michigan Union,
7:30 p. m.
4 Wednesday, November 6.-Dixie club
smoker at the Michigan Union,; 7:30
p. m.I

all colors and styles $5 to $10'

Thursday, November 7.-Membership
dinner at the Michigan Union, 6:00
P. In.

hmitt, Apfel &

Co. =

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Friday, November 8.-Junior
smoker at the Michigan Union,
p. M.

law
7:30

Telephone 716 -J
CLOCKS and you will get to your classes on time.
it and all clocks guaranteed. New location.
111 EAST WASHINGTONi STREET
L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler

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Q uarry's
The
Drug Store on
the Corner
Where you buy
GILBERT'S, LOVELLS

WEB AND FLANGE TAKES IN
EIGHT SENIOR CIVILS.
At the Web and Flange initiation
banquet at the Union recently, the fol-
lowing senior civil engineers were ad-
mitted to membership: Norman Shep-
pard, P. G. Brown, James Follin, Har-
old McGee, John Krause, F. C. Gibbs,
L. R. Flook, and F. L. Weaver. .
Education Professors Return.
The professors in the department of
education have returned fromathe
Michigan State Teacher's Association
meeting at Grand Rapids. Classes will
be held on Monday the same as usual.

high-
SCigar-
orld I

Come and see Hoppe's new idea for
"M scrap books. You get one 8 x 10

and

picture with each book.
Charlie's Barber Shop
at 619 E. Liberty.

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LOWNEY'S
CHOCOL ATES

is now open
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COYOTE FLUKE SAVES DAY
FOR WOLVERINE WARRIORS.
(Continued from page 1.)
passes failed and an exchange of punts
followed Michigan getting the ball in
the middle of the field. The Wolver-
ines carried the ball to the Dakota 15
yard line where a pass failed just as
time was called for the first half.
Third Quarter.
Hughitt went in in place of Boyle
in the third quarter. Michigan took
the ball on their 25 yard line on the
kickoff and started down the field by
short gains. It was here that the Wol-
verines showed a real offense and the
line plunging of Thomson was magnif-
icent. .'With gains of 5 and 6 yards
Michigan carried the ball straight to
the Dakota 25 yard line where they
were held for downs. Then Dakota,
woke up and with long end runs car-
ried the ball back to Michigan's 26
yard line where the Wolverines held
and Sheeks made an attempt at a drop
kick but it fell far short. A punting
duel followed with Thomson gaining
on every exchange and with the aid
of penalties which were heavily plas-
tered on the Coyotes, Michigan drove
Dakota back to their own goal line.
They punted' out but Craig. fumbled
on Dakota's 25 yard line and the west-
erners were saved a- bad session. The
quarter ended with the score still 6
to 0 but with the advantage all to
Michigan.
Fourth Quarter.
When the fourth quarter opened up
Michigan was plainly scared and some
trick plays were opened up but with-
out success. Time and again Michigan
carried the ball to within 20 yardsof
the Dakota goal only to fail to make
their distance and be driven back by
Ferguson's toe. It was here the Wol-
verine offense showed its woeful lack
of power. During this period Michigan
tried 8 passes but only one succeeded.
Slowly Dakota was driven back, main-
ly by Thomson's excellent punting and
Dakota got the ball on their 12 yard
line. Ferguson punted but the punt
was bad and only went about three
yards before going over the side line,
Michigan getting the ball on the Da-
kota 15 yard line. With a score in
sight the Michigan stands went crazy
and begged for a touchdown. Two
plays netted three yards and then Da-
kota was penalized five yards for be-
ing offside, giving Michigan first down
on the Coyote's 8 yard line. Thomson
bucked for a yard. He bucked for
two yards. He bucked again but the
line failed to open holes and this task
seemed hopeless. With fourth down
and the goal to make, the big captain
hurled himself at the mass and
squirmed through and over the goal
line. The goal kick was at an angle
and- the stands were strangely silent
as Paterson kicked., But he made it
easily and pandemonium broke loose
until one would think that Michigan
had defeated Yale. The strain of that
long game that seemed hopeless was
'broken and Michigan was ahead. Da-
kota kicked off and two more plays
'and the game was over, Michigan win-
ner over the conqueror of Minnesota
but by the narrow margin of one point.
The lineup:
Michigan South Dakota
Torbet...........L.E.......Meeter
Cole, Musser... ..L.T. ......Downing
Quinn......... ..... . L.G. ........ Barret
Paterson.........C.f... ...Potts
Allmendinger. R.G. . .Johnson
Pontius..........R.T.......Brown
Carpell........... R.E. . ...Rayle,
Brennan, Aldrich
Huebel...........Q. ...Coffee, Capt.
Craig. ....L.H........Imlay
Boyle, Hughitt. .. R.H.......Sheeks
Thomson, Capt.... F.B. .....Ferguson

Touchdowns - Sheeks, Thomson;
goals from touchdown-Paterson;
' uthpire-Haines, Yale; referee-Fultz,
Brown; head linesmen-Lynch, Cor-
nell; time of periods-15 minutes.
Redecorated 1912
Chinese and American Restaurant
Private roams reserved for parties and ladies
and gentlemen.
S3i45i. Stat. St. Chop si.oy

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by LYNDON (a Michigan man and a supporter of
organizations).

SWEET

AS IT S

BETTER SERVICE BETTE
THE SUGAR BOW
And Arbor's Beat Confectionery. Ice cream soda de Iuxe.
descriptions.

NNW

Glasses

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All we

Candy of

Pictures of

DeFries' Art Store C. 1
FINE ART GCOODS
The Places to Have Your Pictures Frarned fi an Ar
MYannrtci-

WE PAY ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO STUDENTS, PARTIES, ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT
ON MAIN STREET

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Will Be Taken This

Box"

Ltd.
York

Quarry Drug Co.

REMEMBER Hoppe's price is al-
ways the cheapest. 29"
Charlie, the Barber has moved to 6191
E. Liberty St. tf
All Hoppe's amateur prints are made

A NEW PLACE
Ice Cream, Fine Candies,

Lunches,

Tobaccos

BUSY BEE

Bank
Vice-President

(mian- enecan aA
Liberty and Main Sts.
AMost Convenient Place for Your
Banking

on the best printing paper.

Ye Old. eMission Shop

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All cars in the future will stop at
Goodyear Drug Store. 1 tf
All six exposure films are now de-
veloped for 5 cents. Hoppe. 29:

Will open about November 1st

313 South State Street

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Shirts

Charlie, the Barber has moved to
E. Liberty St.
Hoppe is now in his new studio,
E. Liberty' St.

619
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619
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seen the Longfellow Shirt ? We now have a fine
>atterns of this excellent shirt made up with soft
and collars to match. Come 'in and look over the

we carry the Soo Mackinaw Coat.

Charlie's Barber Shop
at 619 E. Liberty.
The best enlargements
Hoppe's Studio.

Is now open
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are made at
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How Are Your Eyes
Our methods of eye examination, no "drops" used dete
the exact needs of your eyes.
Our optical system produces exact glasses.
We grind our own lenses and make all glasses to order.
Shur-on Agency
Arnold & Co., Jewelers "s-
Studety

Company

Furnishers

342 S. State St.

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ltverztty? ftn$CIb use
ess Building A Maynard Street
Across from Majestic
Latest Operatic
and
Popular Hits

WANTED-PERSONS TO WRITE and'
copy letters. $10 to $25 a week read-
ily made by following our practical'
directions. Send self-addressed en-
velope for particulars. Brooks Cop-
ying Go., 1310 Pa. Ave., Washington,
D. C. tf
For Rent-A fine suite near campus,
well heated, newly furnished with
pedestal desk, double decker bed;
includes all the latest conveniences.
Exposure southerly and .westerly.
Phone 1810-J. 611 Forest Ave. 29
For Rent-One single room for girl.
909 E. Washington St. 29
LOST
Lost-Ladies gold watch and fob.
"Irene, from Mother; June 6, 1906"
on inside of back cover. Keystone
case No. 4600715. Return to 713
Church. Reward. 29

Before buying your Fall and Winter
Suit, Overcoat, Raincoat, Hats, Caps,
and Furnishings. It will pay you to
look over our assortment, Spaulding
Sweaters, Webber's Sweaters, Hole-
proof Hosiery, Interwoven Hosiery.

lusive agency

for GIBSON

MANDOLINS

WADHAMS & COMPAF
121-I23 S. Main St.

Pimnos for Ste and Rent

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Candies to suit particular people, Belle Meade Sweets, Morses', Lowney's, etc.

Iversity Pharmacy 1219dS. University

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e Insist on Satisfying

Bell Phone 416

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