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~THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Sign of the Big White Shoe

NiEW AV N TO TEAtCH GEO3IMI _f j
FRESH ARE READY AN) J)RAIEw TO E.G'E0
nfl ~uir~~iiSamuel J. Hoexter, wvho weill teach
FOR OLL GIAN decripivegeometry and drawing, is,
Fun JUL LUIiI'~ Ithe latest addition to thae engineering,
Coach Conklin Finds it, Hard to pickI faculty. He will take the place of
Team From so Ihiny Vain-. S. B. Wiggins and Franklin Thom-
able Men. as, who are now engaged in private
business.
Mr. Hoexter comes to the University.
AL M. HAS MALDE { OOI) RECORD. strongly recommended by th7e Mechain-
With the practice days before the ics Institute of New York City, whlere
clas wih Ala Cllee reuce tohe was instructor in drawing and ap-
clas wih Ala Cllee reuce toplied mechanics~. He is a graduate oV'
unity and the showing of Coach Conk- the Stevens Institute of Technology,
lin's squad evident of hard drilling dur- of Hloboken, N.J3., and has filled sever-
ing the past" few weeks, everything al important public positions in t he
-.east.

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suit or overcoat you ever "Aore. Time rt quired one week.
raicred-to-order clothes at $1,6 to $35. The 500 pure.
wool samples may be seen at
ic Campus Bootery
308 South State Street
ALLMAND & FORSYTHE, Proprietors
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points to a victory for icn-
igan's freshmen when they tie
upr with the Almaites tomor-
row afternoon. The sizef of the
squad and the number of men who
would be valuable to the team on its
Journey is so large that Conklin at this
late date is unable to say just who will
go and who will stay behind. This
afternoon's practice will decide the
matter.
Viewing nthe size and strength of the
line in recent practices, it would aip-
pear that those of Alma College wvill
go up against some solid beef when
the first whistle blows in tomorrow's
contest. The coach could put a team
in the field against the Alma collegians
that would rival the Michigan Varsity
in weight, but it is probable that he
will substitute lighter and faster mien
for some of the big' fellows.
Alma has made a good showing this
year, holding our neighbors at Mb. A.
C. down to fourteen points in the allot-
ted sixty. minutes of play.. From this
performance and the showing of the
first year men at practice, it is safe to
say that the fresh will receive a good
introduction to 'Michigan football.

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To the Student Body:
WVe take this oipportunity to remind
the student body that the election of
The various Varsity managers takes
place tomorrow. The polls will be
h etwen the hours of 7:30 anid
1 :o A. e urge the students. to take
I.aur of this opportunity to make
1heir (keo, rten for the ensuing
?he c : drawback which we
r.:ay arise from our non-cam-
pai:,r :and is that lack of interest
Sianif'est itself in the election of
t _ y track imanager. We therefore
urge the student b5ody to. vote tomor-
row and show that they indorse this
miovemnent in campaign politics.
(Signed) "DEN" DENISON..
"R1EI NY" REINHART.
RUNN ERS WORK OUT IN RAIN.

Wd nesday
October 30

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Clothing

CroQss Country Squatd Takes a Little
Hike.
About 40 men took part in a trial
run of the cross-country club Wednes-
day afternoon, and in spite of the in-1
clemency of the weather. great en-
thusiasm was shown. With the ex-
ception of a few, every runner was in
at the finish. Because of the size of
the squad, which is about twice as
large as that of preceding years, and
the necessary care which will have to
be taken in picking out a team, the
final tryouts will not be held until
about November 1. Until then, cross
-pajw pli t jof .nullulssun. .i ju;acr
nesday will 'be the order of things and
it is expected that many will take ad-
antage of them for the exercise it
affords. alone.

Rexnemb r! 'you can arrive
as late ab 3:30 and he in timxe
to sce
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PRO00RA M
Special this afternoon Silver
Nut Pick Sets FREE to all U n iv-
ersity and Hgh Seluool 'S ud(,wts
--Buys and Girls.
Comning Next'Monday
"A JAY CIRCUS"

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New York came back in the third of
the world's series game played at Bos-tn y sed y h i ns ti m d
the Red Sex 2 to 1, shutting out Stahl's
men until the final inning. Marquard
was the puzzle the Bostonians failed
to solve. The score:-
R H'Id E
Boston............... .1 5 0
New York .............2 7 0
Batteries-O'Brien, Bedient and Ca-
dy, and Carrigan;* Marquard and Mey--
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