CALL IS ISSUED
WACNER & CO.
Ig State Street
r Sign of the Big White Shoe
FOR SOCCER MEN
Starting at a meeting in the trophy
room at the gym tonight, soccer will
be introduced as another branch of in-
terclass sport. The amount of time
and work given to the sport will be
determined by the number of men who
turn out and it is probable that this
year it will be extended only to inter-
The game itself has been used by
California colleges as their major
sport, and enjoys large popularity. In
the east, however, but few schools
have taken it up and then only to a
small extent. It is not considered as
roughi as football, but demiands more
speed and less weight. The introduc-
tion of the sport here is in accordance
with the plans of the athletic associa-
tion to broaden all lines of sport so as
to interest every class of students, and
its success or failure can be looked
upon as an indication othe athletic
desires of the general student body.
The work will be under the guidance
of Coach Douglas and he will instruct
the would-bes, every night on South
Ferry'field. All men who are interest-
ed in the game are requested to attend
the meeting at the gym tonight at 7:15
where Douglas will explain the game
and make arrangements for coaching.
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 rquired one week.
Tailored-to-order clothes at $16 to $35. The 500 pure.
wool samples may be seen at
he Campus Bootery
308 South State Street
ALLMAND & FORSYTHE, Proprietors
a Front Store
Near Ferry Field
,N A NEW PRESSING PARLOR
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BUY A TICKET Five Suits Pressed $1.90
Four doors South of Majestic
n . x
8 S. STATE ST.
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Every young man in
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ally keen for the smartest,
liveliest style in his clothes,
is going to see the
models in our
A1 ITS TRIM. SOPHS
Surpassingthe wildest hopes of even
their most ardent supporters, the jun-
ior lits turned a looked-for defeat into
a decisive victory yesterday afternoon
in their contest with the sophs of the
same department. The score of 25 to
14, with the juniors on the long end
of the count, hardly affords a fair
source for a juadgment of tie relative
strength of the two teams. The upperl
classmen advanced the ball consistent-
ly and kept the second-year men frown
gaining their downs with but three Or
four exceptions. But for ;heir poor
handling of punted balls, the junior
gkal line would never have been in
danger, both of the touchdowns scored
against them coming as a direct result
of fumbled spirals within the shadow
of their own goal hosts.
The feature of the game was un-
doubtedly the aggressive work of "Ar-
tie" Kohler, who, from his position of
fullback in the junior backfield, plow-
ed through the sophomore line for
great gains whenever he was called
upon to carry the oval. Few'forward
passes were attempted by either team
and neither gained materially by the
aerial route. From the first the game
developed to be one of the good old
fashioned kind of give and take, line
.plunging and end runs proving the
program of the day with an occasional
long punt by the sophomores when
held for downs.
Referee: "Turk" Matthews; Umpire:
"Brick" Robinson; Head linesman:
"Sy" Severson; Time-keeper: "Mor-
Thursday afternoon at 4:05 p. m. is
the date for the next game on the in-
terclass schedule. At that time the
championship of the engineering de-
partment will be settled by a-game be-
tween the soph and- senior teams.
Noted Author Dies sudaenly.
Robert Barr, the recipient of an hon-
orary degree from this university and
one of the best known of the present
day novelists, died Monday night in
Woldingham, England, of heart failure.
The information was received by ca-
blegram from London.
You need not explain that "it costs
just as much" if you take along a box
of Huyler's Candy. Agency 614 S. Mainl
STIFF DRILL DUE
FOR FRESH TEAM
The subdued All Fresh team were
given a merry little evening of scrim-
mage yesterday afternoon in an en-
deavor to correct the faults that glared
forth last Saturday. The defense of
the youngsters is sadly defective, and
as scrimmage is about the best way of
correcting this, it is probable that the
first year men will have their fill of
it this week.
Just what is the trouble with the
team is hard to say. The practices
are promising, but when the men get
into actual conflict something seems
to make a hasty departure and they
lack the aggressiveness that
should mark their play. Most
of the men on the team have good prep
schbol records behind them and the
showing for the rest oftthetschedule
should be decidely better than last
Roehm Find Gault worked at the
halfback jobs during the scrimmage
and displayed some class. The line
was the same as Saturday and it is ev-
ident that Coach Conklin believes he
has the right combination if he can get
it started. To those who have followed
the tearnsd have seenits practice
work; it seems as if the stuff is there
but a search warrant is needed to find
it in a game.
SYRACUSE GA ME ATTRACTS FEW..
Poor Showing of Orange Team Blamed
for Lack of Interest In Trip.
At present it looks as if Michigan's
eleven will enter the enemy's camp at
Syracuse next Saturday with only a
handful of loyal rooters to back them.
There is little doubt as to the outcome
among the students, evidently, and
Syracuse's mediocre showing this fall
has robbed Yost's men of most of the
glory that would result in defeating
the Orangemen. The only question
seems to be the size of the score Mich-
igan piles up to offset Princeton's 62-
point whitwash last Saturday. . The
contest at Philadelphia two weeks lat-
ar promises to be more of an attrac-
ion, so most of those with the neces-
.aary coin will choose the longer trip
November ninth. The railroads are
not running excursions, either to Syr-
acuse of Philadelphia, but parties of
ten or more may probably arrange for
special rates with the railroad com-
41AND MAY BE SENT TO PENNSY
Council Favor Planm and Appoints
committee to See Bartelme.
At its meeting last night the student
council expressed itself in favor of
sending the Varsity band to the Penn-
sylvania game. No definite plans were
made for raising the money necessary
for the trip, but a committee consist-
ing of John Coolidge, '13, chairman,
Edward I. Saer, '13, and F. C. Gibbs,
'13E, was appointed to confer with
Athletic Director Phillip G. Bartelme
on the question of appropriation which
the association will give for th'e trip.
A special meeting of the council will
probably be held next Tuesday even-
ing for the purpose of making definite
arrangements for the trip.
Comimerce flub holds First Meeting.
The first meeting of the Commerce
club was held last night at the Michi-
gan Union in the form of a smoker.
Professors Henry C. Adams, David Fri-
day and E. D. Jones of the economics
department gave informal talks and
an impromptu musical program was
Frederick B. Stevens, the well
known Detroit manufacturer will lec-
ture to the club on November 19.
From $3.50 to
302 S. Sta
The Forest Lav
Lunches for Autosits a specialty.
For Informaflon call 1238-J
Cranger's Academy of I
Classes for Ladies and Gentlem
evenings, 7 to 8 o'clocK.
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The styles; the 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 god
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clothes for your money.
Suits $18 and up Overcoats $17.50 and up
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Our representative Mr. Walker will be at
the Pontchartrain, Detroit, today and to-
morrow ."with latest styles in clothing.
chaffner & Mara v -
e-button styles in sack
have either here; some
yles are made to button
ird buttonjust for looks;
t vests are very smart.
The Lutz Clothing Store,
217 South. Main Street
Ready-made and to measure.
Riding and Motor Garments, English
Hats and Shoes.
This store isthe home of
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