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THE MICHIGAN DAIL

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MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunday

if You Want Cothes-Vaiety
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LAST TIMESTODAY
MARY PICKFORD In
"JOHANNA ENLISTS"
WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY
WILLIAM FARNUM
"Rough and Ready"

YOST STARTS WORK FOR
LAST 6AME OF SEASON

ing kept him in trim. He spent the.
practice period yesterday in follow-
ing the plays and backfield work. Ush-
er is not a member of the S. A. T. C.,
having received his discharge when
the artillery officers' training schools
were disbanded.
Cohn, Perrin,sandyMorrison were
on the field yesterday but were not
in uniform.: Barnes, who has been
suffering from a kick in the ear, is

BUCKEYES' LINE SAID TO
MAINSTAY OF THEIR
TEAM

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SOCCER SCHEDULED
THANKSGIVING DAY
Soccer is the game that will be
played to entertain Ann Arborites
Thanksgiving day instead of football
and those who are accustomed to
having their Thanksgiving dinner top-
ped off by a little sport are not to be
denied it this year. The Cosmopolitan
club has challenged the Roses of De-
troit to a contest and the battle has
been acce.pted, all arrangements hav-
ing been made.
The captain of the Cosmo team is
G. Dyason, who played on the Roses
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ARCADE
Hours: 3:00, 7:00, 8:30
Phones:
Office, 296-M; Mgrs Res., 2316-M
Tues-26-June Elvidge in "The Power
and the Glory"dand Star Comedy,
"Hearts and Let Us."
Wed-27-Emily Stevens in "Kildare of
the Storm" and Screen Telegram.
Thurs-Fri-2S-29-Clara Kimball Young
in "The Savage Woman" and Christie
Comedy, "This Way Out."

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For the dark school frock or suit- collars of
white pique for everyday; frills and collars
of net or white satin for slightly"dressier"
occasions-
And to a monotonous blouse, one can lend
the same variety in the same way.

With the M. A. C. game account- recovering, and was in football togs
ed for in the approved manner, Coach yesterday.
Yost started yesterday afternoon to
prepare ahis men for the game with "
Ohio State. Secret practice was the I.. l'J INflCC '
order of the day, the coach giving his
men some new formations intended to Team W L Pct
play havoc with the Ohio defense. Al- Teha W L Pc.
Michigan ...,.,.......1 0 1.000:
most the entire practice period was Illinois.................4 0 1.0001
given over to stiff signal drill, for the rde... .1 0 1.000
first squad, the remainder of the men Iowa . ..................2 1 0 .000
putting in their time tackling and Minnesota ........ .... . .1 1 .500
running with the ball. Northwestern...........1 1 .500
While Saturday's game was very Wisconsin .............1 2 .333
satisfactory from every point of view, Ohio State...... . , ....0 2 .0001
there were some minor faults that Chicago.......... . ...0 4 .000!
must be eliminated. In the attempt Indiana..... .........0 0 .000
to speed up the men in charging, Only three of the Big Ten teams re-
Coach Yost put some of the linemen main undefeated by Conference op-
at work on the bucking machine, and ponents. But Purdue was beaten Sat-
a great deal of pep was isplayed in urday by Notre Dame, so is scarcely
this work. . The backfield men were counted. The real question lies be-
given special attention: in dodging as tween the Varsity and the Illini.
well as tackling, as there has been The Conference champions, - the
comparatively little broken field run- Buckeyes, for the last two years is in
ning on Ferry field this year. a sad fix. She has lost to Illinois and1
Buckeye Line Strong .Wisconsin in successive weeks, and
Advance infoi'mation on the Buck- now Michigan is coming,
eye team indicates the fact that Michi-
gan will face a strong forward wall WESTERN FOOTBALL
at Columbus Saturday. The line isl
unique in that it plays very high, al- TRIUMPHS SATURDAY
most in a standing position most of
the time. The "bull-neck" principlei The biggest intersectional game of
that is being taught the line by CoachSTaturbiggesthntrsetioalsgamelof
Yost will undoubtedly takebcareof Saturday was that at Forbes field,
this style of play with little trouble,! when the Pitt Panthers decisively dis-
although Illinois experienced some posed of Georgia Tech.'s national as-
difficulty in solving this type of play. pirations. Western football triumphed
The unexpected ease with which the at Annapolis, where the Great Lakes
Varsity trounced the Aggies made the won over the middies.
use of trick plays unnecessary, and The other eastern games were sad.
the same plays will probably be used Harvard and Penn barely disposed of
against Ohio State if necessary. The Swarthmore and Boston. Dartmouth
coach is taking no chances on any was a little worse than Brown.
exaggerated weakness of 'the Ohio College teams that engaged their
eleven and the entire series* of plays older service rivals uniformly lost.
is to be perfected and ready for use The Chicago Naval Reserves down.
when practice is discontinued this Minnesota in the fourth quarter. Ne-
week. braska lost to Camp Dodge. Annap-
Usher Backs the Squad olis, Fordham, and Georgetown were
Usher, the promising backfield can- other victims,
didate who left for an officer's train- Out on the coast California beat
ing school shortly after the Case Oregon, and Washington defeated the
game, surprised everyone by report- Oregon Aggies. Leland Stanford, play-
ing for practice yesterday. The To- ing her first game of American foot-
ledo boy is in fine condition, the in- ball in years, lost to the University
tensive work at Fortress Monroe hav- of Southern California.

Prices range from 50c up

A Number of Attractive Blouses

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team and is of the opinion that his
boys wil show the Detroiters a hard W uerth The er
fight.-
The Roses have an excellent record Tues-Wed-26-27-Florence Reed in "To-
day." Also Comedy, "Three Kiss the :
and enviable reputation, having won ABride."
sevn gmesandlos noe, ut he SThurs-Fri-28-29-R. A. Walsh (Drama) :.
seve gaes ad lst nnebut he "The Prussian Cur," in 8 parts.
Cosmos are not worrying and their Sat-30--Mrs. Vernon Castle and Antonio
Moreno in "The First 'Law." Also
confidence in the team is complete. = News andmComedy, "Bees in the Bon-
The Ann Arbor team consists of: net.
Treat, Orris, Theron, Strauss, Leung,
Tsai, Lui, Leibke, Scott, Levy, G. Dy- Orpheum Theater
ason, Baucis C. Dyason, Grunweldt,
Immerlman.
The excitement will begin when the CLOSED MONDAY, TUESDAY and
WEDNESDAY =
whistle blows at 2:30 o'clock at Ferry=Thurs-Fri-2829-Claire Anderson in
field and a big crowd is expected to "TheGray Parasol." Also 2-Reel
be there to see what a team, repre- Comedy.
senting the University's most unique Sat-30-Ruth Clifford in "The Lure of
,Luxury." Also News and Comedy.
club, can do.

Will Help, Too

One smart skirt will serve for almost every
occasion.
With blouses ranging from tailored shirts
to striped tub silk, or of crepe de chine; to
frilly Georgettes of soft pastel colors or white
Prices range from $3.08 to $15

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LARGE FLOTILLA OF U-BOATS
SURRENDERS AT ENGLISH:PORT
Harwich, England, Nov. 25.- The
greatest flotilla to lower the German
flag thus far surrendered inthe pres-
ence of Sir Eric Geddes, first lord of
the admiralty. It consisted of 28 U-
boats, several of which were of the
largest type and four of the cruiser
type, one being 'nearly 350 feet in
length.
TheDeutschland, the famous cargo
carrier which visited America in 1915,
was among them.
Lost, two diamond rings either at
Ferry field or on State St. Liberal
reward. Return to Daily office, Box
P.-Adv.

Matinees
GARRICK I Wednesday and
DJFTROIT Saturday
Special Thanksgiving Day Afternoon Matinee
Business efore Pleasure
The engagement continues all this week

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MISCELLANEOUS
SAUNDER'S Canoe Livery will close
for the season Wednesday, Novem-
ber 27. Please remove pillows,
blankets, etc., from sanme. No ad-
mittance after that date.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-The Daily can sell any-
thing-it is our specialty. It payc

LOST
;OST-Black pocket book, containing
cards of owner, U. A. Carpenter.
Liberal reward. Return to Daily.
LOST--Saturday afternoon, slender
gold rescent pin with pearls. Re-
turn Daily, Box Q. Reward.
LOST-A Gruen Verithin watch at
game aturday. Name T. L. Mc-
Gannon on icside of case. Return
to Daily office.
LOST-Two diamond rings either at
Ferry field or on State St. Liberal
reward. Return to Daily office, Box
P.

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