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MAC
AN BATTE TO
BE IG PECTAC LE
Aggie College to Arrive in Ann Arbor
On Two Chartered M. C.
Trains
FRENCH BLUE DEVILS BAND
TO SEE OLD RIVALS CLASH
Pat Smith, 1917 Captain, Will Appear
Over Field in Airplane During
Game
Saturday will be a historic day
in the annals of Michigan football.
Never before since the game was be-
gun will there have been such an as-
semblage of soldiers and sailors as
will be present to witness the annal
battle between the Wolverines and
their ancient rival, the Michigan Ag-
ricultural school, this fall. The en-
tire S. A. T. C. of the farmers' col-
lege united with the student soldiers
and the naval unit of Michigan will
form a bletd of khaki and blue likely
to be long remembered in the minds of
those who will have occasion to be
present. Added to these corps, will
be numerous soldiers, sailors, and of-
ficers from various cantonments, sta-
tions, and camps throughout the mid-
dle west.
Martial music will be the order of
the day. The famous Blue Devils
band, composed of veterans of the
French army, now touring this coun-
try, will arrive on the noon train from
Lansing, where they will have been
Friday. The Aggie band, and the
Michigan, S. A. T. C., and naval unit
band combined, will vie with each
other to gain the favor of these he-
roes of many battles. Between the
halves there will be an intermission
of about' 20 minutes, at which times
all of the bands will play in turn, the
various college songs will be sung, and
the Marseillaise and Star Spangled
Banner rendered.A
Two trains have been chartered by
the Lansing school to carry their
crowd to Ann Arbor. The first will
leave the capital in the early morn-
ing and will bring the numerous
companies of the S. A. T. C. The other
will arrive here about 1:30 o'clock
and will have on board the Blue Devils
band, the Lansing chamber of com-
merce, and the civilian student body.
Dinner will be had enroute, and a "win
or die" rally held.
Parade to Escort French Band
Upon the arrilval of the train, a pa-
rade will be formed to escort the
French band to the field. Several com-
panies of both the Michigan S. A. T.
C. and the Michigan Naval unit will
act as the escort.
Thetbig featureof the daybother
than the game its elf, N fill be the
raising of the French and American
colors upon two flagstaffs recently
erected at one end of Ferry field. The
combined Michigan band will play the
Marseillaise as the French colors are
raised, and then the Blue Devils will
play the Star Spangled Banner as the
American colors are raised. This will
be done as soon as the parade, from
the train, reaches Ferry field.
Pat Smith to Fly Airplane
Another added attraction to the aft-
ernoon will be an airplane with Pat
Smith, the 1917 football captain in-
absentia, and last fall's All-American
service eleven full back, in the pilot
seat. Smith, who is a cadet at Mt.
Clemens, will fly his plane, wether

LET'S GO MICHIGAN 1 ! I
Let's go Michigan! The enemy will invade the territory Saturday
afternoon. The battle promises to be one of terrific heat. The strength
of the opposing army is such that the utmost effort on the part of
the defenders alone, will drive them back.
Michigan, the M. A. C. football team comes to Ann Arbor Saturday
afternoon. The Aggies are strong, yet our warriors and their general,
promise a contest full of pep. Michigan, Coach Yost says it is go.
lug to be "some game" and Coach Yost knows.
Let's *go Michigan, 7,000 strong, let's drive the Aggies back. Let's
show Coach Yost that we are with him, that we are with the team,
that we are backing the boys who are defending the honor of our
school. Let's fill those stands till they won't hold any more people,
and let's help. the Yostmen take the game.
Michigan, let's gol

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AT THE THEATERS
Whitney-Mutt and Jeff in "The
Wooley West" Saturday and Sun-
day nights and matinee Sunday.
TODAY
Shubert-Garrick, Detroit-"Abe"
Potash and "Mawruss" Perlmut-
ter in "Business Before Pleas-
ure."
Campus Theater, Detroit-"Oh,
Lady, Lady."

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Ensign David Racoosin, ex-'20, now
in France as a member of the crew
of the U. S. S. Santa Rosalia, on Nov.
2 experienced one of the most pecu-
liar incidents of the war. He arrived
at a port "somewhere in France" on
that day and, with a number of his
fellow officers, went to the nearest
barber shop to get shaved. While
there he was suddenly embraced by
an army officer and to his surprise
discovered that he was face to face
with Lieut. Israel Racossin, his broth-
er, whom he had not seen since May,
1917.
Ensign Racoosin enlisted in the
University of Michigan unit of the
naval auxiliary in December, 1917.
He was appointed to the Pelham Bay
naval training school, Long Island,
and received his commission last
August, leaving for France in Octo-
ber. He is at present acting naval

Ensign Racoosin
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Receives Surprgiseg I
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunday

Majestic - George
"On the Jump."

Walsh In *
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Arcade-Ethel Barrymore in
"Our Mrs. McChesney." Clark's,
Royal Hawaiian singers. Screen
Telegram.
Wuerth-Mary Miles Minter in
"The Eyes of Julia Deep." Also
Comedy and News.

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LAST TIMES TONIGHT
CEORCE WALSH IN
"ON THE JUMP"
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY .
WALLACE REID
"THE SOURCE"
A RCADE
Hours: 3:oo, 7:00, 8:30
Phones:
Office, 296-M; Mgrs Res., 2316-M
Thurs- Fri-2 1-22-Grace Valentine in
"The Unchastened Woman" and Chris-
tie Comedy, "Just Like Dad."
Sat-23-Hl-edda Nova and J. Frank
Glendon in "By the World Forgot" and
Comedy.
Sun-Mon--24-25 - Madge Kennedy in
"The Kingdom of Youth" and Capitol
Comedy, "Smiling Bill" Parsons in
"Matching Billy."
WuerthTheater
.:Thtirs-Fri-2 1-22-Mary Miles Minter in?
"The Eyes of Julia Deep." Also Con-
edy and News.
Friday Nov. 22 Afternoon and Evening
Fashion Show-living Models
Sat-23-Fritzi Brunette in "The Velvet
Hand." Also News and Comedy.

favoring, to Ann Arbor, arriving after
the game is in progress and will
sweep across the tops of the stands.
This, if 'accomplished, will remind
many of the Syracuse game of two
years ago, at which time a plane
painted with the Maize and Blue of
Michigan appeared over the field.
According to the seat sale, many
will be present to witness this re-
markable, and unusual spectacle.
There are but few remaining vacan-
cies inathe stans ,and the rush on
the athletic office for the seats in
the past few days has been exceed-
ingly heavy.
Youthful Players
Feature Contest
When the Michigan-M. A. C. eleven
will meet on Ferry field Saturday
afternoon, both line-ups will be com-
posed of the youngest men who have
ever faced each other on a varsity
gridiron.
With* the Wolverine line up made
up largely of freshmen, the ages will
not average beyond 19 years. The M.
A. C. team age average can also be
figured upon this basis.
Coach Fielding H. Yost, leader of
the Wolverines, has been coach . of
the Michigan squad for the past 19
years. "Go get 'em" Gauthier, on the
other hand, has been coaching the
Aggies for just a year. The battle
will not only be a contest between
the two teams, but will also be a
fight between the theories of the new
and the experience of the old.'
YOSTMEN LIGHTER
THAN AGGIE TEAM
Counting upon his excess weight
and the strength of his line, to win
from the Michigan eleven this Satur-
day at Ferry field, Coach Gautheir of
the Aggie squad, is feeling optimistic
regarding the outcome of the cont-
est.
The Farmer squad outweighs the
Yostmen, 2.6 pounds per man. With,
this slightadvantage to count upon,
the Aggie coach is hoping to annex
the long end of the score this Satur-
day. The average weight of the men
on his squad is 171.7 pounds, while
Coach Yost's gridders average 169.1
pounds.
Gauthier is depending upon Bailey,
Franson and Archer, for the strength
of his line, while the latter is also
going to be relied upon for the toe
work. Coach Yost is confident, how-
ever, that the Farmer boy cannot
come near Steketee's work and is
therefore, worrying very little about
this angle of the game.
Both coaches acknowledge that
their teams are going to have a hard
fight on their hahds when they meet.

YOST WORKS MEN HARD
PREPAING FOR AGGIES

Orpheum - F.
"Tony America." A]

McDonald in
lso Two-Reel

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UP FOR BATTLE WILL BE
MUCH LIKE LAST
SATURDAY

In preparation for the monstrous
audience and the well advertised
Michigan Agricultural college foot-
ball team, Coach Yost sent two elev-
ens through a stiff signal practice
last evening on Ferry field, drilling
them in formations which will enter-
tain the crowd and cause the farm-
'ers, both in the stands and on the
playing field, much worry.
Realizing that the game Saturday
is going to be one of the hardest or
the present fall, the Hurry-up mentor
is wasting no time or energy in fit-
ting his team to win. If the battle
is lost, not only will M. A. C. have
revenge for the defeats of the past
several years, but Michigan's chanc-
es for the Conference championship,
and their claim to the country's title
will be lost.
Lansing Team Defeated Notre Dame
The Lansing team, by efeating the
strong Notre Dame eleen, and by
outplaying Purdue, have proved them-
selves as strong an aggregation as
any that has been turned out from
the Aggie school in several seasons.
Added to this, is the fact that their
team will fight extra hard to defeat
the Wolverines, their hated rivals.
Not only, did Coach Yost drill his
men in a number of tricky formations
but pointed out the means of com-
batting M. A. C.'s plays. For two
hours the Maize and Blue warriors
were run from one end of Ferry field
to the other. Acting Captain Cohn
failed to show up for practice, but a
number of first string subs were used
in his place.
The ends which are likely to start
Saturday are Boville and Dunne. The
former will be given his chance in
the coming battle, by virtue of his
performance in the Syracuse game.
These two men will protect the flanks
in good shape. It is possible that
Morrison will begin the game in the
place of Boville, but from present in-
dications the Coach's choice will be
the Detroit Central boy.
Second Tackle Remains in Doubt
Goetz will be in at one tackle,
but his running mate remains in
doubt. The choice will be made from
Fortune, Young, and Cysz. The for-
mer has been away from Ferry field
for the larger part of the season, ow-
ing to an injury received in an early
scrimmage. He was used in last Sat-
urday's battle for a part of the game,
and showed his old time ability.
However, Young and Csyz were in the
same game, both playing well, and
the choice will be made pn the ap-
pearance of these men in the few re-
maining practices.
Adams and Freeman are likely to
start at the guards and Vick is sure
to be in at center. The big fresh-
man has fully recovered from his in-
jury received in the Orange battle.
There. will be no change in the
backfield. Knode, Cohn, Perrin and
Steketee will attempt to repeat their
performance against Syracuse. If
they do, it is not likely that the
farmers will have much opportunity
to come out of the game on the long
end of the score, for with the Wol-
verine line fighting as they are now
it would difficult for any team to gain
many yards.
"Y" Employment Bureau Has Jobs
The Y. M. C. A. employment bureau
announce that they still have more
jobs on hand than men to fill them.
Students interested should call at the
desk at Lane hall.

Announcement is made that the lat-
est Gus Hill triumph, "Mutt and Jeff
in the Wooly West," will hold the
boards at the Whitney theater Sat-
urday and Sunday nights with matinee
Sunday at 3 p. in. In this piece the
famous cartoon characters, who have
set the whole world laughing will
figure in new adventures and esca-
pades to increase tenfold their al-
ready enviable popularity. This time
their mission is to outwit a pair of
gchemers, an unscrupulous lawyer
and his lady fair who try to invei-
gle little Jeff into undesirable mar-
riage so that they may confiscate a
gold mine. The property which was
left to Jeff by his late brother is to
come into his possession provided he
marries the widow. Another woman
is brought into the breach. She is
an old maid. Before the nuptials be-
come binding, however, Jeff discov-
ers the ruse and the base plot is ex-
posed. Prior to the denouement the
two noted humgrists engage in plenty
of lively situations which increase
with laugh-compelling velocity until
the final curtain reaches them. There
are any amount of surprises, dances,
lilting soings, features, original bits,
complications, screams and the other
ingredients destined to amuse the
grouchiest person on earth. Those who
have seen this splendid show declare
it to be the best of the Mutt and Jeff
series, which is something to remem-
ber in view of the many successful
vehicles the two have appeared in
since they became real stage person-
ages. The company contains a cast
of famous entertainers including one
of the most beautiful choruses of girls:
ever mustered in any single produc-
tion. Gorgeous novelties are also
promised.

recorder and assistant naval censor.
He was a student of the University
for two years.
Lieut. Israel Racoosin, Ensign Ra-
coosin's brother, enlisted in the army
in May, 1917, and received his com-
mission at Fort Sheridan the follow-
ing July, later being promoted to
first lieutenant. He left for France
last September. The two brothers are.
graduates of the Technical high
school of Washington, D. C. They are
the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ra-
coosin, 389 Clay avenue, in that city.
To the Newcomer
YOU can obtain
~Q your Sweater, Jer
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Ball lquipment, or
anything else in the
athletic line, by
MARK P mail from our Chi-
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S. gpA *of as easily 'as if you
called in person.
Write for catalog of Fall and
Winter Sports
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
211-217 S. State St. CHICAGO

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Orpheum Theater
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?"
Sun-24-Julian Eltinge in "The Widow's
Might." Also Weekly and Comedy,
"She Almost Proposed."

GARRICK Wednesand
DETROIT I Saturday
A. A. Woods presents the Comedy Supreme
Business Before Pleasure
Direct from a years run at the EltingeTheatr
New York

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Shows at
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3:30
7:00
8:30

MAJESTIC

PHONE
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Shows at
2:00
3:30
7:00
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I LAST TIMES TONIGHT

CEORCE WALSH
IN HIS SNAPPIEST PICTURE
"ONTHE JUMP"1

Nightly and All Shows Sunday Majestic Orchestra

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

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WALLACE REID

T H E SOURCE"
Adapted from the story of same title in the Saturday Evening Post.

ENGINEERS YOU CAN MAKE IT IN ONE JUMP W H E R E?
TO THE ONLY
Stuet'Supply Store

Log Slide Rules

Tracing CJoth

Drawing and Blue Print Paper

Also Candy, Cigars and Tobacco
We Develop Your Films---1 O

Phone 1160-R

1115. University

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TOMORROW

while seated at
the Festal Board

WANTED
WANTED-- Two room suite, south
and east of campus, suitable for
club rooms. Care Daily, Box N.
MISCELLANEOUS

ONE LADY earned
hours last week.
more ladies next
the phone at 7 P.
be sure you get a
be glad you called.

$12.05 in eight
I can use t\e
Saturday. Grab)
M. Tuesday= and
place. You will
..Phone $59-J.

LOST
LOST---Will the person who picked up
Chem. 3E. note book and also Car-
ney's Brief Direction in U. H. Tues-
day morning please notify Paul D.
Henderson, 1003 E. Huron St., Bar-
racks 7-A.
OST-7- Small Conklin pen at mass
meeting Tuesday in corridor. Re-
tuirn to MAartha Cook office.
LOST - nook with concert tickets,
Hill auditoriu.n, seat number 10 B 6.
Finder please return to Michigan
Daily or phone 33, Meyer.

many families will have the one great reunion of the year. Children grown to maturity,
will come from far and near and many will give thanks for the blessings of the year.
While thinking of our blessings, let us remember the members of the home circle.
What better gift can you present at this holiday than YOUR APPEARANCE AT
HOME WITH A REAL MILITARY, NAVY or BUSINESS SUIT, that is made for you-
with no excuse to offer why you do not look fit.
We still have time to get your suit out if you will come in at once, and place your
order. We have not any cotton mixed goods to show you, only the best merchandise
money can buy.

J. KARL MALCOLM

JUST THINK what you could do with
$5 or $10 extra for your Christmas
presents. Work for me Saturdays
and I can pay you much more.,

604 E. Liberty St.

Malcolm Block

Cor. Maynard

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