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October 08, 1914 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1914-10-08

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THE MI GAN DAI
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DQUARTEiRS
Time 8 A. M. Notice-You should call at once
rt at Headquarters, No. 604 B. Liberty
IDER:,
'RICT FORCES MICH. STUDENTS.
f Winter, led by their famous Generals, Snow, Ice
are thundering at our gates. As a loyal reservist
rmy you are hereby summoned to the colors, and
port at once for the general engagement with the
xpected shortly after Sept. 29th, the opening of

Amateur Photographers', Safety First!
Take your films to Lyndon's "Safety First" development system,
and get absolutely perfect results. We will not charge you one
cent if you can find a single defect in the developing we do for you

EASTMAN KODAKS AND FRESH SUPPLIES

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- 719 N. University Avenue

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ies have been reported from the frontiers, and
to a long and arduous campaign.
all the New showings are at your command.
s expected to lead the charge. Mackinaw will
n all the army colors are to be relied on to do
the service in which we are weak is the hos-
few alterations will be necessary.
ler-in-Chief of the Tailors Finest,
J. K. MALCOLM,
604 E. Liberty St.

Twelve Years

The Sign of Satisfaction

the New-Styles First

LIBERTY ST.
uIS AND GYMNASIUM SHOES

BOAT, CLUB PLANS
NEW BATHAHOUSE
First Work on New Students' Bathing
Resort Will Be Commenced
This Week
BEACH WILL ALSO BE IMPROVED
Work will be commenced this week
on the construction of the new bath
house for the Michigan Union Boat
club, under the direction of Alan T.
Ricketts, '15E. -The bath house will
be located just north of Tessmer's
boat house. The boat club also plans
to make extensive improvement in
enlarging the beach.
Ruins of the dam near the old mill,
where most of the drownings have
happened, are to be dynamited, and
warning notices posted.
OHIOANS FIRST TO
SCORE ON VARSITY
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ran. Hughitt goaled.
Splawn's other field -goal also came
in this period, after line attacks had
failed to gain.
Inthe second half Mount Union op-
ened up still more, using the forward
pass on every down except the fourth
one. These tactics slowed up the
game, although they made it spectac-
ular for a time, but it soon grew mon-
otonous. Darkness caused the referee
to shorten the last period six minutes,
but out of the 38 minutes left of play-
ing time, a timer with stopwatch on
the side lines caught the actual play-
ing time at just 14 1-2 minutes. Had
the forward passing tactics of the vis-
itors not delayed things to such an ex-
tent, Michigan might have run up a
larger score.
In the third period Mount Union be-
gan to take the offensive at least half
the, time, and McNamara and Zieger
did not have as much success direct-
ing the attack as Hughitt had had.
Michigan had to fight hard all the
quarter before Catlett got away for 15
on a fake kick. Zieger added as much
through the line, and Maulbetsch
plunged the needed seven yards on the
first trial, with Splawn goaling.
In the four minute final period
Mount Union was on the offensive
practically the entire time. Penalties
,and the unending forward pass at-
tempts of Mount Union finally gave
the visitors their score, the last plunge
having started just before the lines-
man blew his whistle.
Lineup:
Michigan (27) Mt. Union (7)
Staatz.......... LE .....Stambaugh
.eimann....... LT...... Beck (C)
Watson.........LG .... Peterson,
McLain, Peterson
Raynsford (C).... C .....Thorpe
Whalen.,........RG.......Bletzer
Cochran........RT ...... Marlowe

-SATURDAY OCT.10
WHITNE Y

ORPHEUM T1heatre
Ann Arbor's Parlor Picture Theatre

..MAJ ESTI C..
Always a Good Show
3:00 7:30 9:00
An entire Change of Program Tonight and for
the balance of week.
CR UBER & KEW, Scotch Novelty Musical Act
HURST, WATTS & HURST, Comedy, Singing, Talking Act
MULLALLI- PINGREE CO., Comedy Sketch, "Miss
Thanksgiving Day"
RUBE STR'ICKLAND, Eccentric Rube Comedian
CARLOS CAESERO, The Human Gyroscope
Four (4) Matinees each week--Tuesday, Wed., Friday, Sat'day
Ladies' Souvenir Matinees, Tuesday and Friday
School Children Matinee every Saturday afternoon. All chil-
dren under 12 years of age admitted for 5c.
PRICES -Entire Main Floor 25e, Balcony 20c and.10e
Matinee Prices-1,000 Seats 10c. A few Reserved at 15c
GRACE CAMERON IS COMING !

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MON-TU ES.., OCT. 5-6
Hobart Bosworth presents
'john Barleycorn' by Jack
London.
WED-THURS., OCT. 7-8
P. P. Craft presents 'East
(Lynn.'
FRI-SAT., OCT. 9-10
J. L. Lasky presents Rob-
ert Edison in 'The Call of the
North.'

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118 E. Huron St., near Allenel Hotel
ACTORY HAT STOR L
W. W. MANN, Prop.

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Baked, Roasted, .Toasted, Stewed
Fried, food that is cooked on a
Gas Range is always right.

That's because a Gas Range can be relied upon.
does the same thing every time.

It

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Our 58th

Lyons............RE
Hughitt, McNa-
mara, Zieger.... QB
Maulbetsch...... LH
Splawn.........FB
Roehm, Catlett .... RH

...West
........Wilson
..........Geltz
.Lovell
.... Thompson

Fall Opening

Score 1.. .2.. .3..
Michigan......10 10 7
Mount Union .. 0 0 0

.4. .Final
0 27
7 7

Suits and Wraps and
Millinery Goods from
New York Designers and
Importers will be Featured

HO WE SHOWS ;
FEARLESS HORSEMANSHIP '
OF FOREIGN CAVALRY.
PRICES--
Matinee: 25, 35c
Evening: 25, 35 & 50c
SEATS NOW SELLING
NOTE--Children under' 12 years
of age will be admitted to the mat-
inee for 15 cents.
Pianos to rent at Schaeberle & Sons
Music House. tf.
Expert Pipe Repairing - R. Disde-
ride, 422 Detroit St. TF.
Pianos to rent. Good dependable in-
struments at lowest rates. Schaeberle
& Son's Music House, 110 So. Main
St. tf.
Aprons and Lab. supplies in general
at Wahr's University Book Store. eod

You can have "Food That's Always Right" in your house.
the Gas Company about it.
Nancy Gay knows au4 tells about it in "The Story
of Nancy Gay." It's FRIEE Call at our office for
your COPY.
Washtenaw Gas Company

There's no question of drafts about a Gas Range.
Neither wind nor weather affect it-so many minutes for
each kind of cooking.
Punctuality goes hand in hand with the Gas Range-
meals are on time after less time in the kitchen-there's
no waiting for the fire to come up.
The Gas Range and Economy are twins, because when the Gas
Range is not in use it consumes no fuel. .There is no fire'going"
between times.

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Best and Newest Goods for
and Winter

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Touchdowns-Maulbetsch 2, Splawn,
Wilson; goals from touchdown-Hugh-
itt 2, Splawn, Bletzer; goals from field
-Splawn 2; officials: Referee--W. C.
Kennedy, Chicago; umpire-Leigh
Lynch, Brown; Head Linesman-Wil-
liam Knight, Michigan; time of quar-
ters-12, 10, 12, and 4 minutes. (Last
quarter shortened six minutes by ref-
eree on account of darkness.)
Suspend Classes for Fresh-Soph Rush
At a meeting of the deans, held in
the president's office Monday after-
noon, it was determined that class
work be suspended Saturday morning,
October 10.
FALL SUITS AND OVERCOATS
Now Ready, Including
ADLERS' &
KUPPENHEIMER'S
MODELS
ALLEN'S
Good Clothes Store,
Main St.
Medical and Dental text books. .15
per cent off for cash at Wahr's Uni-
versity Book Store. ti

TYPEWRITERS
STUDENTS' HEADQUARTERS for Remington,
Smith, Royal, Underwood, Oliver, Fox, etc.
1000 Machines Only Michigan Factory
WE RENT--i month, $2.50; 3 months, $6.50; 6 months, $12; 9 months, $17; include
-ribbons and express prepaid. WE SELL new latest models $54 up. Factory re-
built $15 up. State agents CO1EONA Folding, weight 6 lbs.
Illustrated Catalog Free.. Call, write or phone'Main.4102
Detroit Typewriter Co., 160 Jefferson, near Woodward

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NEW AND BECOMING
Styles in
FALL HATS
Now on Display
ALLEN'S
Good Clothes Store
Main St.

Lont tan operating coats-$1.00.
Wagner & Co., State street. 8-12
All Fresh Lits Out. Hoppe will pho-
tograph group in front of Memorial
hall Thursday at 12:00. 8-9

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DON'T TALK WAR-TALK SHOP!,
We are the only
lents' SupplyS
Engineer's Wants-Opposite Engineering Arch
I.P. NOTE BOOKS - - - POUND PAPER - - - FOUNTAIN PENS

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aorial
will

The Store for Young Men. Wagner
caps and be & Co., State street.- 8-12
hall at 12:00
photograph Hirsch-Wickwire Suits--$20.00 and
8-9 up. Wagner & Co., State street. 8-12]

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