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November 03, 1912 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WINTER RELAYS

he Season's Popular Shoe

$6.00

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WAGNER Co-
Sign of the Big White Shoe

WON BY FRESH

" 'fersc a f
SHOES
$4.00-"5.00

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Tailors

It was a shivering group of spike
slippered youths, who with track suits
covered by a few outer garments, hud-
dled closely together on the benches
that line the north side of the Varsity
football field, while Michigan and
South Dakota fought out the first half
of their struggle.
As soon as the gridiron warriors had
trotted off the battle ground for a 5
minute's respite, Varsity track mana-
ger Dennison called the track contest-
ants out on the cinders and had them
draw lots for positions. The repre-
sentatives of 1916 were the favoured
of fortune, obtaining the pole.
Without any delay, more than was
necessary for the men to doff all su-
perfluous clothes and go through a
short warming up process, the starter
ordered them to their marks and fired
the gun. Murphy, the freshmen's first
lapper took the lead at the begining
and maintained -it easily all the way
around, touching his successor in the
slow time of 59, seconds. With the
advantage thus gained, the yearlings
never relinquished their hold on the
victory, their last man breasting the
string three minutes and 43 seconds
after the gun had cracked. In the fin-
al lap Captain Haff tried in vain to
overcome a lead of ten yards and catch
Smith, the fleet freshman who ran last

for his class and compileted the quar-
ter mile circuit in the fastest heat
of the afternoon, counting off 53 sec-
onds. Haff's individual time for this
lap was 52 seconds, but with a safe
lead, Smith was not forced to exert
himself, and Haff, his nearest pursuer,
though cutting down the lead by three
yards, at no time loomed up danger-
ously.
First lap: Murphy, '16, time 59 sec-
onds.
Second lap: Ufer, '16, time 55 sec-
onds.
Third lap: James '16; time 56 sec-
onds.
Fourth lap: Smith '16, time 53 sec-
onds.
Freshmen, first; seniors, second;
juniors, third; sophomores, fourth.

NEIL

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Friday, Novemnber 8th

FRESH A T LAST

GAIN A VICTOY.I

ney

Oscar S. Hodge Presents

and his great American,
MINSTRELS
The foremost organization of its kind in the world. More high salaried
comedians, singers, and dancers and more high class features than ever
before assembled in one minstrel entertainment
Billy Van, W. H. Thompson, Pete Detzel, Al Fontaine John Burke,
Walter Lindsey, Eddie Mazier, William H. Hallett, Tack McShane,
Master Hagen, John Daily, Doran and Strong.
And 5o famous minstrel celebrities.

you 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 required one week.
Tailcred-to-order clothes at $16 to $35. The 500 pure-
wool samples may be seen at

pus Bootery.
h State Street
IRSYTHE, Proprietors

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(Continued from page 1.)
ling and their end skirting runs.
H. Miller, Field, and J. Miller were'
the mainstays of the Lansing fresh-
men and Callahan, while he was in
the game, was a ground gainer. Ob-
jection to the ruling of F. A. Ashley
of M. A. C., who officiated as umpire,
were made by Coach Conklin and it
took a good deal of time and not a lit-
tle discussion on both sides to settle
matters.
Summary: Touchdowns, Meade;
score, Michigan Freshmen 6; M. A. C.
freshmen 0.
IichiganFreshmen .A.C. Freshmen
Dillman, Davis.. ..L.E. ....... Liedron
Bentorr...........L.T.......Vetters
Raymond.......L.B.....Chambers
Cochran..........C. ........Patch
Dorrance......... R.G. . Smith,Copang
Norton.........R.T........Smith
James..........R.E..........Hills
Catlett, Hunt.....Q. . ...H. Miller
Rhoem..........L.H. .. .McCurdy,
Callahan
Meade..........W-. R.........Field
Diehl..........F.B. ,.....J. Miller
Referee, Craine; Umpire, Ashley;
linesman, Heston; time of halves 15
minutes.
HEAVY VOTE EXPECTED IN RE[-
VERENDUM.

Box Office open Wed. Nov. 6
Prices, 35-50-75-1.00-1.50

Crawford

Stetson

Shoes For Men'

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FRATERNITY JEWELERS AND STATIONERS
J ewelers, Stationers, Opticirns and Fraternity Jewelers
207-211 WOOD WARD AVENUE, DETROIT

MAJESTI1C,
MATINEES
TUES . . FRI.
WED. SAT.. 1. SAT

From $3.50 to $8.00
Call at our Store and we will show you the latest styles in foot-
wear. Complete line of Gym Goods at

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Suits and Overcoats $28 and $30

MAX KRUTSCH
The Popular Price Tailor

BELL PHONE 871-L

Workmanship and Fit Guaranteed
Fourth Ave 4 ANN

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Every young man in
the University who is re-
ally keen for the smartest,
liveliest style in his clothes,
is going to see the newv
models in our
Hart Schaffner & Marx

ELECTION DAY
Tuesday
November 5th
Returns read from stage during
show. Olympic Games at Stock-
holm in addition to Vaudeville
Showing Matinee and Night
r -_
Mon., Tues., Wed.'
BOTHWELL BROWNE
Classic Dances Presenting
The Serpent of the Nile
Sensational beyond all description
Black & MoCone
Acrobatic Clowns
NEVINS & ERWOOD
Entertaing Duo, Songs, Dances
Stuart & Hall
presenting
"Llonel fromL andon"
Musical Oddities
MONETA & WILBER
PlayingPlano,Violln,Cornet etc
Patlie Weekly
A WEVERY
MON., TUES., WED.
COMING THURSDAY
Seven Banjo
Phiends.
Late of Geo. Even Honey
Boys
Time, Place& Girl
COaMING SOON

Varsity Line

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(Continued from page 1.)
nual subject for discussion and mem-
bers of the band unite with the coun-
cilmen in hoping that the students will
offer a remedy for the unsatisfactory
conditions under which the organiza-
tion now exists. In expressing his
view on the situation, Councilman R.L.
Mayall, chairman of the ballot commit-
tee, said: "I believe that the band
should be placed on a definite basis
like other campus organizations, so
that it will have a proper financial
,,upport, and be required to do its
share in campus events needing the
presence of such a musical organiza-
tion. This will be done if the students
do the right thing at the polls Mon-
day."
Polls will be located in the halls
of the main buildings of the seven de-
partments, and each poll will be under
the charge of a councilman who will
take every.nmeans to assure fair bal-
loting.
The student councilmen to have
charge of the various departments are
C. I. Wood, medical department; C. B.
Stouffer, homeopathic department; D.
K. Reinhart, lit department; J. L.
Crane, engineering department; and
D. K. Strickland, pharmic department.
A representative for the dental de-
partment will be named to take the
place of the councilman from that de-
partment who is out of the city.
PRES. KENNEDY ANNOUNCES
SENIOR LAW COMMITTEES.
President Kennedy of the senior law
class has appointed his standing com-
mitees as follows: auditing-R. F. Mc-
Kinstry, chairman, Morris Feldstein,
J. W. Schnellbacher; social-L. W.
Schroeder, chairman, V. T. Conklin, V.
A. Bennehoff, J. S. McElroy, C. I;,
Sweek; finance---W. J. Gilbert, chair-
man, G. C. Fuller and president, vice-
president, and treasurer of the class;



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AT 338 MAYNARD STREET
Suits Pressed 25c BUY A TICKET Five Suits Pressed $1."0
OTTO F. MALCOLM, Proprietor Four doors South of MaJsstic

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302 5. State Street

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'pranger's Academy of Dancing -ca "e
classes tar Ladies and Gentlemen Tuesday and Thursday evenings 7 to 8 o'clock. Join now. Private les-
sons given by appointment. Learn the "Boston." Reduction In rates for private parties, call at Academy
or Phone 246.
C he ifotest Jdawn tea 1011.0M
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308 S. STATE STREET

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The styles--he weaves,
the designing; all are handled
for the students particularly.
The quality of materials
and. the tailoring are of the
highest order; that's what you
want to keep clothes in good
shape. Better have the best
clothes for your money,
Suits $18 and up Overcoats $17.50 and up
The Lutz Clothing Store
217 South Main Street

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Kart Schaffner & Mar.n
three;button styles in sack,
can have either here; some
on styles are made to button
he third button just for looks;
gh-cut vests are very smart.

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advisory-The advisory committee will
consist of the general officers of the.
class, and the chairman of the finance,
social and auditing committees. Ac-
cording to the constitution the advis-
ory committee will serve as the floor
committee at all social functions.
CELERY CITY MEN AFFECT
ORGANIZATION OF CLUB.
About 20 Kalamazoo men attended
the smoker held at the Michigan Union

last night and the organization of a
"Kalamazoo club" was affected. The
constitution was drawn up and the fol-
lowing officers elected: president, Pal-
mer McGuiness, grad.; vice-president,
Ed. W. Haislip, '14L.; secretary, F. A.
Middlebush, '13; corresponding secre-
tary, 0. Z. Ide, '15L; treasurer, L. F.
Rosenbaum, '14.

This store is the home of
Hart Schaffuer & Marx clothes

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619 E. Liberty St.

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