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I of Music
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Advanced work.

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and de-
r address

-Intramural Director Rowe has call.
ed a meeting of all men interested in
soccer, for tomorrow evening, at 7:00
o'clock, at his office in the athletic as-
sociation building. Plans for the
choosing of a team, and the schedule,
will be discussed.
-Among wearers of the football1"M,"
who were back to the Vanderbilt game,
yesterday, were "Jim" Watkins, of the
1907 team, "Bill" Heston, who played
previous to 1904, and "Cy" Quinn, full
back on last year's team.
-Owing to a conflict, the regular
meeting of the senate council has been
postponed from Tuesday night to Mon-
day night, October 19.
-A business meeting of the Educa-
tional club will be held in room 105,
Tappan hail, at 7:00 o'clock, Monday
(Continued from page 1)
the 23 yard line.
Ball Becomes Slippery
After the intermission the rain be-
gan to fall still harder, and neither
team could accomplish anything dur-
ing the third period. Fumbling and
falling was the principal occupation of
both elevens, but the fourth period
saw a change. Vanderbilt was greatly
weakened, while Michigan, enforced
by several new men, played her hard-
est game. Four times the Varsity
swept down to the visitor's goal, only
to fumble; but on the fifth trip Maul-
betsch scored, and Hughitt goaled, the
game ending shortly after.
Beckleharmer, the Vanderbilt left
guard, sustained a broken collar bone;
but for a wonder no one else was in-
jured seriously. Hughitt was banl
up the worst of the Varsity, while
Maulbetsch was also knocked out
twice, and Roehm once.
One unfortunate occurrence marred
the game. Cody, the big tackle, sever-
al times tackled Wolverines, and in the
poor footing appeared to be roughing
them: Michigan players protested to
the officials, and finally Cody was sent
to the side lines. The Michigan stu-
dents, despite the great game Cody
had played, making the first score of
the game, hissed the Commodore. Ac-
cording to no less a judge than Coach
Yost, Cody was absolutely not to blame
for any of the apparent fouls, and the
Michigan mentor greatly regretted the
action of the students.
Michigan Tries Forward Pass
Michigan tried but'two passes, both
failing on account of the wet ball.
Vanderbilt tried one, which gained a

House of Famous Plays by Famous Players
Mon., Tues., Oct. 12-13-L. Frank Baun
-The Pat.h-Work Girl of Oz"
Wed., Oct.14.Return Date
Mary Piektord in Caprice
Thur.. Fri., Sat., Oct.15-16--17
Jesse L. Laskiy
Preseals Dustin Farnum In
"The Vignlazi"
yard over center. Michigan was pen-
alized 15 yards for holding on two oc-
casions. Vanderbilt drew three pen-
alties of five yards for off side work.
Aside from the open game, which
was a negligible factor, Michigan ex-
celled the visitors in all departments.
Captain Sikes was the best ground
gainer for the visitors, while Cody,
Beckleharmer and Brown were the
strongest defensive players.
Today's game marked the first use
of the new south stand. Six sections,
the eastern half of the stand, were
used, the crowd filling four of them
despite the rain. The stand will be
dedicated November 7, at the time of
the Pennsylvania game.




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Don't forget SLOAN
The Magazine Man
Now taking Subscriptions for the
Saturday Evening Post and
Ladies' Home Journal
At student rate of $1 for 8 mouths
I also handle all other magazines, and
can make you special club rates.
Kindly retain your order.

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Machines for Rent at low rates
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1314 So. University Avenue
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Michigan (23),
Raynsford (C).... C
Watson ..... ... .RG
Cochran..... .RT
Lyons... .. . . . RE
Hughitt.......... QB
Maulbetsch....... LH
Splawn ............FB

Vanderbilt (3)
.. ..Putnam
.... .Huffman
... Warren
.. Sikes (C)
... Carmon

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LOST-Three athletic books near cen-
ter of new stadium. No's 5289,4744,
Third book is property of Miss V.
Finder please call 1565-M or address
415 E. Jefferson.
LOST-Rain coat in club house on
Ferry field. Return to 203 S. Thayer
or call Hollenbeck, 775-J.
Arcade Theatre opens next Tues-
day, 6:15 o'clock.
LOST-Pair tortoise rimmed glasses
in black case. Return to Daily office.
LOST-Red loose leaf note book just
after leaving mass meeting. Finder
please notify Warner. PPhone 210-J.
LOST-Pair of glasses and case com-
ing from football game on State or
PaPckard. Return to F. Gilbert,
413 Thompson. 33-J.
LOST-Reversible blanket, plain
brown and plaid. On bleachers of
South Ferry field, Saturday, Octo-
ber 10. Finder please phone 1878-M.
FOR RENT-Private garage on
Thompson between Liberty and Wil-
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running water and underground cel-
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ROOMS FOR GIRLS-Exceptionally
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Also one suite down stairs of two
large rooms for two, furnished with
every requisite for light housekeep-
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FOR RENT-.Large front room; warm
and light. Desk, Morris chair. For
one or two students. 603 E. Madison
.St. Phone 839-M. 9-10-11
FOR SALE-Finest lot in Ann Arbor
for Fraternity or Sorority. Near
corner of S. University and Washte-
naw. Almost 120 feet square. Call
1064-J or 614 S. Thayer. tf
FOR SALE--Guitar, banjo mandolin,
standard make, cost over $100. Will
sell for $25. Call after 4:00 o'clock
at 602 E. Catherine St. 11-12-13
WANTED-College girl wants plain
sewing, children's sewing and mend-
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week. Call Mrs. Jordan's office, Bar-
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charge of an Optometrist regis-
ntire time and attention are de-
E eye defects and the making of
originally prescribed here or not.
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ystem in the City where glasses
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Roehm... ...RH......Morrison
Score 1 2 3 .4 Final
Michigan ...:...7 9 0 7 23
Vanderbilt . ..3 0 0 0 3
Touchdowns-Hughitt, Maulbetsch
Goals from touchdown-Hughitt 2;
Goals from field-Splawn, Cody.
Officials: Referee-Bradley Walker,
Sewanee; Umpire-J. C. Holderness,
Lehigh;Head Linesman-William Hes-
ton, Michigan.
Time of quarters-15i minutes.
Substitutions: Michigan-McHale
for Watson, E. James for Lyons, Cat-
lett for Roehm, Benton for Quail, Hild-
ner for Staatz, Bastian for Splawn,
Whalen for Reimann, Skinner for
Raynsford, and Zeiger for Hughitt.
Vanderbilt-Lipscomb for Beckle-
harmer, Putnam for Cannon, Chester
for Putnam, Carmon for Cody, Reyer
for Brown.'
Arcade Theatre opens next Tues-
day, 6:15 o'clock.
LOST-Will the person who took rain-
coat belonging to Charles C. Webber
from Library Lobby Saturday after-
noon please return same to Library
desk? 12

WANTt-)-Students to sell (
ion Concert tickets. Libe
mission allowed. Call at

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Arcade Theatre opens next
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