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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BOILERMAKERS BATTLE TODAY.
Senior and Soph Engineers to Decide
Department Championship.
Soph engineers vs. senior engineers
is this afternoon's prograi on the in-
terclass football schedule. The sophs
showed their class and won their right
to a favorable consideration from the
critics in their contest with the jun-
iors last Thursday. They were charg-
ing hard at all periods of the game
and ran off their plays with an accur-
acy that was surprising at that period
of the season. The senior team is
made up of men who are exceptionally
heavy for members of a class squad.
As both teams are already claiming
the big end of today's tally, the con-
test will undoubtedly be one of the
most interesting and hardest fought of
the season.
UNIVERSITY CALENDAR
Thursday, October 24.-Lecture by Dr.
Oliviera Lima on "Independence of
Latin-America and its Evolution in
the Nineteenth Century," economics
lecture room, 4:15 p. m.
Friday, October 25.-Tuberculosis so-
ciety dinner at the Michigan Union,
6:00 p. m.

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ALL FRESH LINE
NOW LOOKS GOOD
With a lineup differing in spots
from the one which tackled the Hills-
dale bunch last Saturday, the fresh-
men spent their afternoon at Ferry
field yesterday displaying their usual
practice pep and again giving every
indication of being winners. Gault,
and Rhoem at the half positions, Nor-
ton at full, and Hunt directing the
plays, composed the quartet which
looked good enough to dispel the semi-
gloom which has prvailed since Sat-
urday last and cast a more or less
rosy tint upon the outlook.
Profiting by the showing made in
their last game, especial attention was
given to forming a line that will hold
until the backfield men can get away
from their positions and find a path
down the field. In scrimmage the line
held in a satisfactory manner and the
backs were able to skirt the ends and
get down on forward passes in a
manner good to behold.
In-unt, who just made his debut in foot-
ball circles, showed up well at quar-
ter and it will be between him and
Harquion, the Washington State man,
for the place in the next contest. Deal
with a bad charley horse is out of
the game for a while and Meed with
a worse one can hardly wobble; how-
ever the men will be in shapefor Sat-
urday's bout with the University of
Detroit.
VA R (I TY(T GElTS THREE TALLIES I
SCRIMMAGE.
(Continued from page 1.)
hurt it will be Barton who will take
his place. The lanky lad played at that
position on the All Fresh and in prep
school and that is where he really
made his reputation. It is a mistake
to say that he is done, for the shift
that took him from end was temporary
and it is believed thatthe Detroit boy
has more than one chance waiting for
him.
When the signal practice started af-
ter the scrub game, Yost put Thom-
son and Craig in the backfield and
sent in Hughitt to hold down the other
half. And there are many dopesters
who believe the little fellow is going to
get a chance Saturday. There is no
denying that he is working every min-
ute and is the best blocker on the
squad. Carpell has a bad rib and it
may be decided not to use him while
Paterson will not be in the game at
all. It is expected that Pontius and
Torbet will start at ends with the rest
of the linup the same as it has been
up to date with Huebel directing the
team. If Hughitt does not start it
seems probable that Collette will, as
his work has ben better than Boyle's.
The team will leave tonight over
the Michigan Central arriving in Syr-
acuse Friday morning which allow
them some practice Friday afternoon.
The following men will make the trip:
Thomsoi}, Carpell, MacHale, Peter-
son, Cyril Quinn, Clem Quinn, Torbet,
Wyman, Barton, Boyle, Bushnell,
Craig, Huebel, Paterson, Almendinger,
Raynsford, Cole, Musser, Pontius, Col-
lette, Tessin, and Hughitt.
Pi;NN WRITER'S STORY NAILED AS
FALSEHOOD.

In that big human and humorous play
P a se r S'.By
By C. Haddon Chambers author of "Tyranny of Tears"
4 Months at the Criterion Theater, New York City
Seat Sale opens Friday morning, October 25, 10 A.M.

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Prices,

- - 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00

Harmony ...ycerine Soap Two Odors
Rose and Violet
A PERFECT REXALL PRODUCT
Very fragr ant, perfectly transparent, lathers freely in hard water, heals and
soothes the most tender skin. We guarantee Rexall Harmzony Glyeerine
Soap to be Pure !dc per cake - 3 for 25e
The Rexe1l Druig Store
1. C. EDSILL, Proprietor
122 S. Main Street Preseription Specialists

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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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Being The Modern Adventures of Omar Khayyam, the Great Persian
Philosopher, whose Poetry on the Joy of Life made his mame Eternal.
ADVENTURE 10
Omar is Matched to Fight the Heavyweight Champion
The Ringside's packed; the "Ref" bawls out, "Hey
Dopes,"
"I Intr'duce the King of all White Hopes,"
"Omar Khayyam, the Persian Heavyweight!" i
"Here, pipe him off, just climbing through the Ropes!"
Round One! Omar blows Smoke in the Champ's Eyes,
And knocks him Sprawling as he blinks Surprise;
Then holds his Omar up before the Crowd-
"Here is the Big Smoke, Sports," he laughs, "Get
'Wise!" .
OMAR is the new value in Turkish blend cigarettes. |/ C ea A :1
Its price gives no indication of its unusual character. ' E :MR.
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Fine Watches and Jewelry

Repairing

Typewriter Repring Phone 1361-L
I will meet or beat any price made on a typewriter, sale or rental.
D. F. WOODWA RD
Ann Arbor Savings Bank Bldg, Second Floor', Ann Arbor, Mich.

(Continued from page 1)
that no notice will be taken of the ar-
ticle and that the Michigan authori-
ties trust implicitly the word of Penn-
sylvania as regards the eligibility of
its men. It is hoped that Pennsylva-
nia will accept the statement of Yost
in the same fashion. And it is fur-
ther to be hoped that the spineless
sport dopesters who seem to have the
idea that Michigan and Pennsy should
not play together will become imbued
with at least a spirit of fairness and
that Philadelphia journalism will learn
the value of truth.
Episcopal Church skipper tonight at
Harris hall at 6:00 p. in. All students
welcome. Dancing. 20

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