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October 25, 1914 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 1914-10-25

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HEMICHlIGAN DAIL~Y

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1k-Over Foot-wear

Rubber
Sole
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Heel

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230 MORE
Lyndon'. "M" Books
RECEIVED ISTURDAY
At the old pri' -$1.00
This is the last lot of these "M" books that we "can bay to sell at
this price, so get busy.

LADIES WORK A SPE@ALTY

HAND PRESSING

LYNDON

a' 719 N. University Avenue

C I- KIDD --Sophomore
1530-J 1112 S. Univ. Ave

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>ercentage of men have adopted rubber sole
il the year round street wear.
illustrates a fine example of this type of shoe.
ity rubber sole and heel and leather toe splice.
d tan, our price $5.00.

WER SHOE

CO., 115 S. Main Street
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AUDITORIUM

WED. EVE. OCT. 28.

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Lots of Other Good
Numbers to Follow

idelphia and Cincinnati Orchestra with nearly
dred players each: Busoni, the Italian Pianist;
giant tenor of the Boston Opera; May Festival
concerts; Chicago Orchestra; Choral Union;
en's Chorus and eminent soloists.

ed.
Score-Michigan 0, Syracuse 6.
Catlett took the ball to mid-field and
there it went to Syracuse. They got
first down on Michigan's 28-yard line.
James recovered Johnson's fumble,
giving Michigan the ball on her 25-
yard line. Catlett recovered Maul-
betsch's fumble. Catlett and Maul-
betsch made first downs. Catlett for-.
ward passed to Benton on Syracuse's
4-yard line. Maulbetsch plunged'
through the line for a touchdown, car-
rying three men with him to the mid-
dle of the goal posts. Bushnell's at-
tempt at goal was blocked.
Score-Michigan 6, Syracuse 6.
Captain Raynsford kicked off to
Rose. Wilkinson punted to Bushnell
on Michigan's 20-yard line. Catlett
made two on a fake punt and then
kicked to L. Johnson who made a
long return to Michigan's 45-yard line.
The quarter ended with the ball in
Syracuse's. possession on Michigan's
43-yard line.
Score third quarted-Michigan 6,
Syracuse 6.
Fourth Quarter
Seymour went in for L. Johnson and.
Kingsley replaced O'Connell at full-
back. Wilkinson punted out of bounds
on Michigan's 3-yard line. Catlett'
punted high to Seymour who returned.
to Michigan's 15-yard line, where Syra-
cuse fumbled and Michigan recovered.
Catlett again kicked high, the ball
going out of bounds on.Michigan's 22-
yard line. Travis replaced Wilkinson.
Rose's plunge and a penalty gave Sy-.
racuse the ball on Michigan's 10-yard
line. Rafter replaced Seymour at
quarter, and Kingsley failed to place
kick from the.20-yard line. Michigan
was off-side and the ball went to Syra-
cuse, first down on Michigan's 1-yard
line. Wilkinson was hurt in scoring
the touchdown. Rose kicked goal.
Score-Michigan 6, Syracuse 13.
'Captain Raynsford kicked off, and
after failing to make the downs, Rose
punted out of bounds on Michigan's'
39-yard line.bCatlett iubmled in a
trick play but Bushnell. recovered.
Maulbetsch went through for 10 yards.-
Catlett's punt was blocked, but Bush-
nell recovered, giving Michigan first
down on her 35-yard line. Two for-
ward passes failed, and Catlett punted
to Kingsley who was stopped by Bush-
nell on Michigan's 34-yard line. Rose,
Rafter and Kingsley made 10 yards in
three downs. Rose ran 20 yards1
through the Michigan team for a
touchdown. Huebel replaced Bush-a
nell and Quail went in for Rehor. Al-
most a new team took the field for
Syracuse. Rose kicked goal.
Score-Michigan 6, Syracuse 20.
Syracuse returned the kickoff and
fumbled on Michigan's 48-yard line.
Michigan fumbled and T. Johnson re-
covered for Syracuse. Rafter made
first down on an end run and time was

ORPH EUMTheatre
House of Famous Plays by Famous Players
Men. - Taes., Oct. 26-27-Daniel
Frohina presents Henrietta Cros-
man in'The Unwelcome Mrs. Hatch'
by Mrs. Burton Harrison.
Wed. Oct. 28-9. Luzbin presents
Geo. Spdncer in 't" he Wolf by Eu
gene Walters.
Thur.-Fri., Oct. 29, 30-Jesse L.
L~asky presents Edward Abeles in
'The Making of Bobby Burnit' by
Wiuchall Smith.
Sat. Oct. 31-Mixed program. 'Col.
Heezaliar in the Wilderness' (Bray
Cartoon Comedy) 'Pathe's Weekly'

Freshman
ALSO
CANDIES.
Sophomore-

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Splawn........FB.......O'Connell
Lyons............RH . ... Wilkinson
Michigan...... .... .0 0 6 0- 6
Syracuse... . ......0 0 6 14-20
Touchdowns-Wilkinson 2, Aose,
Maulbetsch.
Goals from touchdowns-Wilkinson,
Rose.
Officials: Referee-M. J. Thompson,
Georgetown; Umpire-Louis Kinkey,
Yale; Head Linesman-James Coony,
Princeton.
Time of quarters, 15 minutes.
Substitutions: Michigan-E. James
for Whalen, Rehor for McHale, Cat-
lett for Splawn, Huebel for Bushnell,
Quail for Rehor; Syracuse: Seymour
for L. Johnson, Kingsley for O'Connell,
O'Connell for Kingsley, Johnson for
Seymour, Meisner for White, Kings-
ley for O'Connell, Seymour for L.
Johnson, Traves for Wilkinson, Rafter
for Seymour, Schultz for Traves, Wil-
kinson for Schultz, Wilber for Meis-
ner, Trigg for McElligott, Burns for
Woodruff, Barbour for Schufelt, Smith-
son for Trigg.
ALMA FURLS HER
BANNER TO FRESH

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Headquarters for
TYPEWRITERS
-r New, Rebuilt and Second-hand, at prices con-
sistent with Quality.
My second-hand and rebuilt machines come
"- from the best rebuilt factories in the coun-
try, and are guaranteed to be as represented.
Get my new prices and pointers on typewriters be-
fore buying. This costs you nothing, but mnay save
O. D. MORRILL, Local Representative Underwood Typewriter Co.

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College IceCs Many Things
But the Best Is
the Lunches
AT "POP BANCRO FT'S" 722 Momro

ALSO
CIcAftS
Senfor

Junior

322 South State Street (over Baltimore Lunch)

Bell Phone 582 J

Free

Trip

DO OV?
Fat with your friends at the
CAFE T ERIA
For the Students by a Student 605 E. William St.

to

Harvard

estival Course Tickets with $3.00 Festival
por attached, now on sale $3, $3.50, $3.75, $4
DSKI CONCERT TICKETS
Sale Tuesday, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50

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(Continued from page 1)

We will give a Free Trip to Harvard-
Michigan game to man rerceiving the
largest number of votes.

the All-Fresh victory.
The lineup:
All-Fresh (46)
Robins, Ingham... LE
Pobanz, Willard.. LT
Hendrickson... ... LG
Howe, Thompson. C

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(I, Ice Cream for parties, socials and'
house trade.
I, Mary Garden, Reputation and Low-
ney's Chocolates.

Whalen. .... ...RG
Ewert, Huss..... .RT
W. Schultz,
Romans. ....RE
Dunn, Shadford,
Dunn........Q
H. Schultz, Foster. LH
Smith, Friedman...FB
Raymond, Brazell. RH

Alma (0)
.Cole,. Blars-
dell, Richards
.........Wight
. .......Johnson
A. Robinson,
Cole
. Miller
. Chapel,French
.. Spinney
.... Austin (C)
. ........ Hyde
...........Wood
French, C.
Robinson

For further information call Monday morning,

Ten Votes with every
Fifty Cent Purchase

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Summary
All-Fresh .........14 12
Alma ...... ... 0 0
Touchdowns-Smith 4

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0- 0

HARRY .MULLER

Try our Chinese American Dishes
Shop SUey
BY EXPERIENCED COOK

Dunn, H.I

called with the Orangemen in possess-
ion of the ball on their 50-yard line.

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Schultz, Robins.

-0111 tu ,

Student Gym. Suit Shop

Goals from touchdown-H. Schultz

334 S. State St.

Final score-Michigan 6, Syracuse 4

Same floor as Daines & Nikels' Studio

20.
Lineup and summaries:
Michigan (6) Syracise (20)

E. Liberty. just around the corner from Majestic

Phone 1649 M

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FER N LAURELS j line. Three plunges gave Syracuse aW
TURN TO WILLOWS first down on Michigan's. 25-yard line.'R
(Continued from page 1) Rose gained 9 yards through Reimann, M
t on account of the second. Wilkinson, Johnson and Rose made it C
ett replaced Splawn and fum- first down on Michigan's 4-yard line. W
fter a 10-yard gain, giving the Wilkinson scored on the second at-
>Syracuse on Michigan's 35-yard tempt. His attempt at goal was block- M

enton.........LE
eimann......... LT
Vatson... .....LG
aynsford (C).... C
cHale........RG
ochran . .... ..RT
Vhalen........RE
ushnell........ . QB
faulbetsch....:...LH

.Woodruff
.... Schlachter
:.... McElligott
.Forsythe
.........White
.. T. Johnson
Schufelt (C)
... L. Johnson
.Rose

Officials-Referee, Knight, Mich.;
Umpire, Davis, M. A. C.; Linesman,
Calvin, Mich.
Time of quarters, 15 minutes.
Students' Directory To Break Record
Exceeding the last edition by 200
copies, the 1914-15 Students' Direct-
ory .-will be placed on sale Tuesday
afternoon, October 27, thus breaking
the ,time record made last year by
nearly a week.

Gym. Suits $1

Outfit $2.25

Toques 60c

Printers Send Bids for Michiganensian gravers who have submitted bids for
Managers and staff members of the this year's book. Several firms have
1915 Michiganensian are meeting dai- made up dummies and have sketched
ly with prospective printers and en- their plans for the art work,

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