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October 10, 1915 - Image 3

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THE M'ICHIGAN DAIL",

A

New

Line of

you

and your friends

are cordially invited to it

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the new quarters of the University Avenue Branch of
The Ann Arbor- Savings Bank at 207 North University
Avenue.
Having in mind the comfort of our customers we have furnished
a special room for their convenience, and we earnestly hope that you
and your associates will feel at liberty to use this room as a place
for meeting friends and for-business appointments.
Our plan is to furnish service in the fullest meaning of that

Michigan Pins, Rings, Fobs and Spoons

Waterman Ideal, Conklin, Swan Pens

Alarm Clocks

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to $3.OO Guaranteed

term.

we

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ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Surj1us and Undivided Profits. $175,000.00
Resources Over $3,200,000.00

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CARRIGANS MAKE
SERIES 50-50 B
(Continuedl from Page One)
t-oster held the home team in check
for the rest of the game, keeping them
popping up flies and hitting to the in-
field.. Philadelphia got but one man
on first in remaining four innings,
Bancroft tig a single to right can-
ter, whil e st of thde atsmen were
uinable to ('nflfcct safely.
Gardner started the rally in the
ninth with a single. After Barry had
flied out, Janvrin advanced Gardner
to second with an infield out. Pitcher
Foster stepped to the plate with the
Poston Royal Rooters crying, "Win
yeur own game!" Poster had con-
nected safely twice before, and seemed
to have the number of Mayer's line of
goods, foi, he clipped out a single,
which scored C ardner, and round ng
out Boston (s hits. Hooper ended
the rally by striking out.x
Boston played air-tight ball in the
last of the ninth, and sent the Phillies
down without a score. Burns' error
in the first, which allowed Hooper to,
score, was the only misplay in the
game, neither side slipping after the
fist run had been scored.
President Wilson, with his fiancee,j
Mrs, Galt, and a party of four others,

YOSTMEN BACK IN
FORM HAND MOUNT
U NION 36-0DEEATF
(Continued from Page One)
staged some stuff that wasn't accord-
ig to Hoyle. He ran 54 yards the
second time, though, and thus didn't
feel so badly.
Sharpe showed a lot of speed when
he went in at quarter, besides run-
ning the team to an advantage. The
coach rushed almost everyone in sight
into the game before it was ended.
The lineup follows:

* * *~ * * * * * * * * **
* *
* lfel) Off the Gridiron
*
Following yesterday's game
* with Mt. Union, the rooters in *
* the south stand swarmed on
* Ferry field and over the grid- *
iron in their frantic efforts to
* get to the gate before their *
neighbors. A request comes *
* from the athletic authorities *
* that this practice be stopped, *
and that after the games the *
*k spectators keep off the gridiron. *r
**
Buy your Mazda lamps at Switzer's
EZrdw re. 310 Stite. tf

FRESH SQUAD DWINDLES
DOUGLSS !SIL'PSTPOE BU
UNLESS NUMBER OF ('ANDI.
1)ATES INCREASES
Enthusiasm among the freshmen
ran low yesterday morning,, only
about 30 of the 65 men who have re-
ceived suits showing up for practice.
Douglass kept those who were brave
enough to come out busy falling on
the ball, tackling, blocking, and run-
ning through signals in preparation
for tomorrow's scrimmaging.
On account of the fact that 30 men
must be carried on the squad
throughout the season, there will' be
no cut made unless the yearlings re-
port in much larger numbers than at
present. With the Ypsi game less
than a week away, some show of
numbers must be made in practice, if
the new men hope to show up as well
as last season.

FOLLOWING THE YOST-MES
By Hal Fitzgerald

"Oh, I just knew Michigan would
win!" gleefully announced one of the
fair ones as she tripped out of Ferry
field. You don't say, now?
After watching "Buzz" Catlett per-
form with only a single day's practice.
one is led to wonder just what this
youth really wil accomplish after he's
been out working with the squad.
One of the leading features of the
game was Cochran's pursuit of an end
who had just received a forward pass.
Just as "Bill" was about to reach out
and fall on the unlucky man, "Maulie"
appeartd from somewhere and stole
Bill', thunder.
"Jack' Benton is punting in great
shape. Before the game began Ben-

ton was averaging around 50 yards,
and he kicked a couple that traveled
over 60. He also did well in the game,
although Michigan was not forced to
punt very often after she once started.
When "Buzz" Catlett went in, he
was given the ball on. the first play
and he added five yards. He was also
handed the pigskin on the second
play, .and he raced around end for a
beautiful 35-yard run before he was
downed, employing all of the dodg-
ing tactics that made him famous last
year.
"Following the Yost men" seems to
bt a most popular little pastime. Thir-
teen men from Mt. Urion chased 'em
all over the field for over an hour
yesterday afternoon.

Ichigan
Dunne,
Hendershot..

L. E.

Watson, Warner L. T
Boyd, Whalen,
Rehor.......L. G.
Howe.........C.
Cochran (Capt.) R. G
Norton, Pobanz. R. T.
Staat7. Niem ann R. E.

11ount Union
Stambaugh,
Scott
... . .. . .Yost
.......Bowman
.......Thorpe
.. .rlycamp
......Marlowe
)Miller, Krandler

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16

-a.

THE AT RE
MATINEE AND NIGHT

d

It is the most Sensational Musical
Success since Henry W.Savage pro-
duced "Thde Merry Widow."

1

HenryW. Savage
Offers the Operetta that has
captivated two continents, the

It will be presented as during its record
run of
OneS Year and a Half in Now York

Roehmn, Bixler,,
Zeiger, Calvin,
Sharpe, John-
son........
Maulbetsch,

' 9

_I

Q.B..........Geltz

Miethf,.gl, Melodic, Magsificerdt, P1'jic a TrI urph. of this Cot try aid.Eirp

Eberwein.... L. H. B. .....Wilson
Benton, Catlett,
Hildner,
Sharpe..... R. H. B. ...... Hegarty
Smith, Bastian.. F. B. ...Lovell (Capt.)

ftnd~

were at the game today. Before the Score by quarters:
play was called the ball was given to Michigan .........10 12 7 7-36
the president to throw on the field, Mount Union......0 0 0 0- 0
and after Mayer had pitched it, was Touchdowns-Maulbetsch 3, Roehm
returned to the president as a souve- 1, Eberwein 1.
nir. Goals from touchdown-Benton 2,
Wood or Leonard Aill be the choice Dunne 1.
for Monday's ganme, "Dutch" being the Goals from field--Benton.
man who is believed to have the call Time of quarters-l5 minutes.
for Carrigan. The dope favors Alex- .Referee-H. R. Snyder, of Harvard.
ander to pitch for the Phillies in the Uipire-W. Kennedy, of Chicago.
third game of the series. I Head Linesman--L. Lynch, of Brown.

Original notable Broadway cast, including Chas. Meakins, J. K. Murray, Howard Marsh, Evelyn Parnell, Frank
Farrington, John Squires, Albert Hedges, Billie Busch, and many others almost as well known.

Big Special Orchestra. carried by the Company.

Best Chorus. ever assembled

Every Song a Hit!

You've all danced to "Sari" Music!

Every dance is a delight!

PRICES: Matinee, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50

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

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Prices $25.00

to $45.00

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