THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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at We Sell
Stein Block Clothing
Arrow Shirts and Collars
Deimel Linen Mesh Underwear
Spalding Bros. Sweaters
Lindenschmitt, Apfl & Ca.
Whatever you pay for your clothing you
cannot afford to overlook this fact; the
big store of Reule, Conlin, Fiegel Co. can
and does positively give the greatest
value. Whether it is a suit or overcoat,
Manhattan Shirt, Knox Hat, Spalding
Sweater, neckwear, hosiery, gloves, un-
derwear, trousers, fancy vests, slipons.
Everything new and everything right.
Game With Ypsilanti Normal Friday
Opens Third Season at
Are you thinking of
having your portrait
Hoppe is making a special
offer. Two of his regular
$25.00 per doz. portraits
for $1.50. There is noth-
Reule, Conlin, Fiegel Co.
)re Buying Your Fall Suit
See W. E. DIETERLE at his Ann Arbor Store,
516 E.Williams St., three doors below Maynard.
All foreign Woolens of the latest weaves and
designs. Come in and see for yourself.
200-202 So. Main St.
TRYOUTS eONTINUE THIS
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214 S. Main St.
Hamilton, Howard, Waltham, Elgin
Waldeman Chains from $1.60 to $15
Belt Watch Chains V Pins
Party Boxes Bar Pins
Michigan Pins Fobs
Conklin and Swan Fountain Pens
Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing
HALLER JEWELRY CO.
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RADE MARA* K, /o 1,906 yPRICE aCC.o
Practice begins in real earnest for
the soccer men with tomorrow's work-
out. Beginning this week practice will
be held every afternoon in prepara-
tion for the game with the Normal
college at Ypsilanti next Friday. This
game marks the beginning of soccer's
third year of existence at the Univer-
sity of Michigan.
In two years a team composed of
University of Michigan students has
three times defeated a team from the
Norral college at Ypsilanti, and that
was in the younger days of the sport
at Michigan. This year under the
management of Eugene McCall, '16L,
it is expected that the team which,
goes to Ypsilanti on Friday will re-
peat the victories of former years.
Practice has been going on for only1
the last week and consequently the
composition of the team is doubtful.
In order to get a good line on the ma-
terial there will be practice every day
next week at south Ferry field at 4:00
o'clock for all men who are trying out.
Team work is an adjunct which has
been lacking'somewhat in the past and
it is hoped that this may be developed
in next week's practice sessions.
C. Tripolitis, '16E, who played left
back against Ypsilanti is back this
year and in the early practice he,
seems to have lost none of the cunning
which won him his place. Besides
Tripolitis, Shutes, Cohen and Stallings1
of last year's team should report and
with this nucleus there need be no
cause for Worry on the part of soccer
men as to the quality of the game that
will be played this year.
BUBBLING WITH HUMOR, FIRST
GARGOYLE MAKES RECORD SALE
Bubbling over with wit, humor, and
pathos at the expense of "fa'ah Ha'-
va'd," the initial number of the Gar-
goyle made its appearance yesterday.
Though it was primarily an "On ta
Ha'va'd" number it was an "On ta
M. A. C." one as well, for a record
number of copies were sold yesterday
en route to Lansing.
The contributorial staff this year
consists entirely of new men. They
are A. D. Honey, '17D, B. S. Motter,
'16, P. G. Eger, '16L, Clark Smith, '17,
D. T. Hoffman, '17, and W. Campbell,
Union Wants Jobs For 50 Applicants
Several jobs have been distributed
among students during the last few
days by the Michigan Union employ-
ment bureau. Besides three or four
odd jobs, one position at table-waiting
and a shoe-clerking job were given out
during the last two days. A job at
waiting on table for both room and
board at a local hotel, a job at solicit-
ing insurance, and a few other solicit-
ing jobs are now open for applicants
to the bureau. More jobs are needed
to supply the demand of more than 50
applicants. The telephone number is
2370 and the office hours are from
11:00 a. in. to 12:00, and from 1:00 to
2:30 p. m.
MON. Oct. 19- The Birth of the Star
Spangled Banner Historical drama)
TUES. Oct. 20-Hearst-Selig Pictorial
WED. Oct. 21-STRONG HEART
Ford Detroit Weekly
FRI. Oct. 23 - Wheat and Tares, with
5AT Oct. 24 - Two Brothers, with
A Letter from Home, with R. Travers
Coming Next Week-Lord Chumney
619 E. Liberty St.
Watch for solicitors.
O. D. MORRILL, Local Representative Underwood Typewriter Co.
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.
Cet my new prices and pointers on typewritare be-
fore buying. This costs you nothing, but may save
"IOU may duplicate a suit
price, but you can't dupli-
cate a Price Suit-"
-Vansjor tle year will be taken up'
at the first meeting of the Roundup
club to be held at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday'
evening at the Union. All members;
are requested to be present.
--Polania club will meet this after-
noon at 3:00 o'clock in St. Thomas
hall. Anzelm Horbaszewski, '15E, will
read a paper on the political situation
of Poland in the European war, fol-
lowed by a general discussion. All
Polish students in the university are
invited to attend.
-Specimens of copper-bearing sand-
stone from the recently discovered de-
posits in the Lake Superior district
have been received by the mineralogy1
department and have been placed in
the laboratory in the basement of
Tappan hall, where they will be used
in experimental work.
-Dr. Esteben A. de Goenega, '08D,1
who lives in Porto Rico, is spending a
few days in Ann Arbor. He is on his
way to visit his brother Dr. Augusto
de Goenaga of Gobleville, also a form-
er student at Michigan.
-Glenn Munn, '14, has been appoint-
ed an assistant in philosophy. He will
have charge of two quiz sections in
Philosophy I and of the thesis work.
-Ticketsellers disposed of about 1,000
admission cards fortthe Varsity band's
show Thursday at the M. A. C. game
-Prof. E. R. Turner, of the English
history department, will deliver a lec-
ture tomorrow afternoon in Detroit
before the New Century club, on
"Causes of the Present War."
-Because of the large class in Eng-
lish history, two extra quiz sections
have been established which will be
conducted by Fred B. Foulk, '13.
-Election of officers will be held at
the meeting of the Catholic club at
8:00 o'clock tonight. The meeting
will be held at the hall on Elizabeth
-During the past week the appoint-
ment committee of the department of
education secured positions for Grace
C. Simmons, '14, as instructor of
mathematics and biology in the Man-
chester high school and Georgia }Cook,
'14, as teacher in the grade schools at
322 South State Street (over Baltimore Lunch)
Bell Phone 582 3
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We give you quick service in our fountain drinks and
and at a price that is easily
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tailored - to - order clothes
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Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
In justice to my friends and myself,
I feel it my duty to deny the news
story in Saturday morning's issue of
The Michigan Daily, alleging that I
had participated in football competi-
tion for a money remuneration.
I did participate in a game with the
Ann Arbor team, as have other mem-
bers of the university heretofore; but
I did not receive any money considera-
tion for such participation, and I
therefore feel that the charges of pro-
fessionalism are most unjust.
HARRY H. MEAD, '15L.
PROF. D. FRIDAY GIVES TALK
TO COMMERCIAL SECRETARIES
Prof. David Friday of the economics
department gave the first two exten-
sion lectures of the year before the
secretaries of the civic associations
of the state yesterday in the law build-
ing. The subjects of his addresses
were: "The Nature and Interpretation
of the Financial. Statement of Manu-
facturing Establishments," and "State
and Municipal Taxation." This course
will consist of eight lectures bearing
upon problems which arise in the ad-
ministration of the work of civic asso-
ciations and includes as speakers the
following men: Professors E. D. Jones,
W. C. Hoad and J. S. Reeves.
The secretaries were entertained at
a banquet by the local association.
Prof. Filibert Roth presided, and
Pres. H. B. Hutchins addressed the
Managers Will Meet Rowe Tomorrow
Intramural Director Rowe has call-
ed a meeting of all class football man-
agers for 5:30 o'clock Monday after-
noon at Waterman gym, at which
meeting he will discuss this year's
plans for the interclass footballseries.
Only 10 teams have come out for the
competition thus far.
FOR RENT-Store location. One or
two rooms across the hall from
Daines and Nichols Studio. Enquire
at Daines and Nichols Studio, 334-6
S. State St. 16-17-18
C hubb House
RATE $4.25 per Week
G. S. CHUBB, Proprietor
J. A. NEELANDS, Steward
MONDAY, OCTOBER 19
Bransford in Arcadia, 3 part drama
Ihost in the Studio, r part Comedy
A Miner's Romance, z part drama
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20
Tempest and Sunshine. :? part drama_
A Bowl of Roses, i part drama
The Slavey's Romance, i part drama
Jan and jealousy, Y2 part comedy
San Clemento.Island, V2 part Ed.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21
Special Feature to be announced Tuesday
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WANTED-Orders for delivery of stu-
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Hear Grace Cameron sing "Cause
I'm Pigeon Toed." tf
FALL SUITS AND OVERCOATS
Now Ready, Including
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126 Liberty Street
Exclusive Local Dealer
a Cameron coming to the Ma-
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Get your kodak supplies at the uni-
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Where are those Rubber Sole Bos-
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Bootery. ead Wed.
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