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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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NAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunday
TODAY-TOMORROW
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"Till I Come Back To You"
And BEN TURPIN in "SLEUTHS"
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I TODAY AND TOMORROW

YOSTMEN GIVEN TALK
BY HURRY up CACH
DISCUSSES SYRACUSE GAME AND
INTRODUCES AGGIE
PLAYS
Coach Yost did not send his charg-
es onto the gridiron yesterday, but
kept them in the clubhouse to listen
to one of his famous blackboard talks.
Whether the drizzly rain kept the
coach from sending the gridders onto
the field is known only by him, but
the discussion that took place in the
room in the clubhouse reserved for
that purpose, ably made up for loss ofj
physical practice.
With the Syracuse game as the
primary topic for his consideration,
the coach took each individual player'
and told him Just what his faults
were in the contest. On the whole,
he was greatly satisfied with the per-
formance of his men, but with his
usual football ability, he was able to
pick spots where the men might im-

reversing the result of the last clash
between the two schools. Last year
the Aggies went home with a 21-0 de-
feat.
Coach Yost, however, has his mind
set on taking the conference cham-
pionship, and, if possible, laying claim
to the highest honors in the country,
and from present indications the Ag-
gies are going to meet with opposi-
tion of calibre that will demand event
a better team than they have. ,
Fans Get JIusic
With Football
Football fans at Ferry field, this Sat-
urday, will receive the musical treat
of their lives when four distinct bands
will furnish the music for the Wel-
verine-Aggie contest.
The famous Aggie band will be in
attendance together with both the
Army and Navy bands of the Univer-
sity of Michigan. An added attrac-
tion will be the "Blue Devils," a
French army band made up of French
soldiers who have recovered from

CHICAGO CRITICS MAKE
ILLIINIS__CHAMPIONS"
SEEM TO FORGET MICHIGAN VIC-
TORY OVER ORANGE
TEAM
There is a tendency among football
experts to dope out by means of
statistics, the championships of var-
ious parts of the country, long before
the seasonis at an end, and a consid-
erable time before an authentic dis-
cussion can be made.
Cli Gives Illinois the Honors
This year is no exception to the
rule. Already the University of Ill-
inois has been conceded the Confer-
ence title by numerous newspapers,
particularly in Chicago. This stand,
particularly in the administration
center of the Big Ten is rather unfair
to the numerous colleges which still,
remain undefeated.
Among these are Michigan, who has
not been defeated yet this year and
in addition to this record, has defeat-
ed the Syracuse eleven, which is re-
puted to be one of the strongest teams
in the east. To have beaten the best
on the Atlantic seaboard is certainly
as good as having beaten the best in
the west. This year is not far differ-
ent from any other.
Michigan Must Meet 0. S. U.
Having beaten Ohio State, the hold-
ers of the 1917mConference champion-
ship, Illinois immediately claimed the
1918 honors. This claim is premature.
Until Michigan plays Ohio State and
until Illinois has defeated Chicago, no
concession of a western title can be
made, nor can it be truly said that
"Illinois seems entitled to the western
Conference championship."
THE DAILY WANTS TRYOUTS
Tryouts are wanted for bus-
iness and editorial staffs of The
Michigan Daily. Chances are ex-
cellent for promotion. Apply at
the Press building on Maynard
street in the afternoon.

WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
"ON THE JUMP"
'ARCADE
Hours: 3:00 7:00, 8:30
Phones:
Office, 296-M; Mgrs Res., 2316-M
Tues-19-Lewis S. Stone in "Inside the
Lines" and Star Comedy, "ThedExtra
Bridegroom."
Wed-20-Ethel Barrymore in "Our Mrs.
McChesney" and Screen Telegram.
Thu rs-Fri-21-22-Grace Valentine in
"The Unchastened Woman" and Chris-
tie Comedy, "Just Like Dad."
WuerthTheater
Tues-Wed-19-20-Herbert Raulinson in
"Smashing Through," in 6 parts. Also
= Comedy. ,
Thurs-Fri-21-22-Mary Miles Minter in r
= "The Eyes of Julia Deep." Also Corn-
edy and News.
Friday Nov. 22 Afternoon ande vening
Fashion Show-Living Models
Orpheum Theater
CLOSED MONDAY, TUESDAY and
.. WEDNESDAY
Thurs-Fri-21-22-F. McDonald in "Tony
America." Also 2-Reel Comedy.
Sat-23---Baby Marie Osborne in "Mi-=
lady 0' The Beanstalk." Also News
-. and Comedy, "Why Pick On Me?" .-
Matinees
GARRICK Wedesday and
DETROIT Saturday
A. H. woods presents the Comedy Supreme
Business Before Pleasure
Direct from a year's run at the gltingeTheatre
New York

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PRODUCTION-FEATURING
BRYANT WASHBURN in

Trll I Come Back to You"
A Picture You Will Remember To Your Dying Day
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
GEORGE WALSH
"ON THE JUMP1"
NIGHTLY AND ALL SHOWS SUNDAY. MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA

Students of the

University of Michigan are cordially invited to
inspect our new line of

prove, wounds received in action on the
Steketee Wins Game Western front.
Steketee's kicking, which won the The University bands will play the
game from the easterners, was fav- Marsellaise while the French flag is
orably commented upon by the coach, being raised to the top of a flagstaff,
yet he called attention to the fact that while the Frenchmen will reciprocate

FALL SUITS
and
TOP COATS

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the freshman had missed some good
chances. Dunne, the clever end, came
in for a little gruelling because of his
eagerness in the contest Saturday.
Unable to wait for the ball to get
into action, Dunne was off side, caus-
ing Perrin's pretty touchdown to go
unscored. i
Coach Yost commended the forwards
for the stonewall they presented to the
Orange team, giving Vick especial
credit for the wonderful game he
played.
But not satisfied with just what he
had witnessed in the Syracuse con-
test, the hurry-up mentor offered his
protsges some diversion when he in-I
troduced the tactics used by the M.
A. C. players. Coach Mitchell of the
Varsity coaching squad Who was in !
EastLansing to witness the Aggie
game with the Notre Dame, came back
with a wealth of material on, the
methods used by the farmers.
Aggie Game Coming
With the contest of next Saturday
to look forward to the Wolverines are
going to be given one of the tough-
est workouts of the season. The farm-
er lads,, it is said, have been tuning
up to meet the Yostmen in hopes of

with the Star Spangled Banner when
Old Glory will rise to the top of an-
other pole.
All four bands will furnish music
between the halves and quarters and
before the contest.
.PONTIAC SERVICE TEAM
HOLDS CO. 4 TO A SHUTOUT
With the game called in the last
quarter because of a heavy downpour
of rain, the Sanitary Train corps from
Pontiac, Michigan, walked from Fer-
ry field with the long end of the score
Sunday afternoon when they met the
grid men of Company 4 of the Uni-
versity of Michigan Signal corps,
Snyder, left half for the visitors,
pulled the surprise and most spectac-
ular play of the game when he caught
the first kick off and ran the length
of the field for a touchdown. Three
other touchdowns gave the visitors a
score of 27 while they held the Com-
pany 4 team to a shutout.
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