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attraction to that neld

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n for the Ohio State game
est yesterday when Coach
e Varsity through a long
sion behind closed gates.
ne of the first secret prac-
eason, but from now until
invade Ann Arbor the
11 be closed to the public
eption of the Wednesday
At this time an open air
will be held to which all
.urged to come.
proving Defense .-
s work consisted mnainly
g a defense for O. S. U.'s
As the witnesses of Satur-
can testify the Wolver-
weak in this department
k. C., and will need con-
provement if they are to
t Ohio aggregation from
gains by the aerial route.
i be said of yesterday's
s Coach'Yost characteris-
rked: "We are not talk-
his week-we are work-
nnounced yesterday that
. Johnson who were hurt
the M. A. C. battle will
again for this Saturday's
neans that Yost will have
it when they take the field
Buckeyes, unless, some-
ed 'in practice this week.
es the case, it will be the
his year that there has
least one man on the sick

FALL NET TOURNAMENT
REACHES SECOND ROUND
MITCHELL ANNOUNCES TUESDAY
TO COMPLETE FIRST
ROUND
With play in the fall tennis tourna-
ments practically narrowed down to
the second round, there are still some
30 odd participants left in the run-
ning. Saturday morning and Monday
produced a number of interesting con-
tests. In 'the singles 18 matches were
disposed of while only three were
played in the doubles.
Favorites Win
Although a very poor day for the
net game, Monday was a great day for
the favorites. Munz eliminated Wor-
'cester, a member of last year's fresh-
men team, in decisive fashion. It
may be said for Worcester, however,
he played without the use of his own
racket and was decidedly off form.
The score was '--0, 6-1. Angell was
playing his usual good game and had
no trouble in eliminating Munger 6-0,
6-0. These victories place Munz and
Angel in the third round. Goldberg
and Kelley staged a marathon in
which Goldberg finally won 9-7, 10-8.
The doubles so far seem to be fea-
tured by three set matches. Those
played yesterday were of such a de-
scription. Borinstein and Kelsey, aft-
er losing the first set 1-6 came back
strong and defeated Munz and Rein-
del 6-1, 6-2.
Coach Mitchell has passed down the
ultimatum that all first round match-
es must be played by Tuesday night.
All those failing to do so will be de-
faulted.
Summaries
The summary is as follows:Singles:

Conference Standing

UIU I LI I UUI UHlLL
ELIMINATES FOUR
111n4 Maroons, Badgers, and Gophers
Crowd Opponents Into Sec-..
ond Class
MICHIGAN AND 0HIO PREPARE
FOR DECISIVE OPENING CLASH

Team - W.
Illinois..........'2
Minnesota.........1
Wisconsin. ... .1
Chicago ...........1
Northwestern......0
Iowa............0
Indiana...........0
Purdue ............0
Michigan.... .....0
Ohio State .........0

L.
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
2.
0
0

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saw the invading Cardinal kick the
Purple to defeat. Northwestern found
itself weakened at the last moment
while the Badgers arrived in much bet-
ter shape than reports had predicted.
Further errors on the part of North-
western gave the more consistent vis-
itors the leeway necessary for the
10 to 6 Wisconsin win.
Minnesota was generally exepected
to overcome Indiana and carried out,
the general idea without complica-
tions. The Hoosiers fough.t stubborn-
ly during the early moments but were
forced to give wag before the stronger
Gopher organization. The final total
of 20 to 6 estimates the present com-
parative abilities of the two teams but
does not intimate wh at improvement
is certain to devel4 at Minneapolis.
Next Big Attraction
Michigan and Ohio State are given
credit for a successful weet end
against alien enemies whose subjuga-
tion does, not, however, find record
on the Conference books. These teams
torm the only duet which remains in
the running through delayed openings,
and the clash next Saturday, which
is destined to eliminate. one of the
strong contenders, is anticipated as
one of the most important and uncer-
tain matches of the 1919 schedule.
Dr. Wilce will lead his Scarlet and
Grey fighters to Ann Arbor with the
experience of three early practice
games, all victories. The Buckeye
eleven will lineup on Ferry field op-
posing Michigan's Varsity which has
two pre-Conference triumps to its
credit. Both squads view the combat
as a decisive struggle for the Big
Ten banner and the fact that it will
mark the opening appearance of each
eleven, will not detract from the in-
portance attached nor the sipreme
determination evinced by the contest-
ants.
Sellars Will Speak to Socialsts
"The Proper Approach to the Study

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In result of Saturday's Conxference
football openers, Iowa, Northwestern,
and Indiana are retired from champion-
ship probabilities, Purdue is eliminated
beyond recovery, and Illinois leads the
relative standing chart.
By adding an Iowa scalp to the col-
lection started, a week before at the
inconvenience of Purdue, Illinois now
totals tfwo consecutive Big Ten victor-
ies with no defeats to mar the statis-
tics, Chicago, Minnesota,. and Wiscon-
sin all maintain. their. perfect per-
centage following a victorious debut
but fall one lap behind Zuppke's war-
riors in the triumph column.
Evenly Matelled
Saturday's results chronicle the day
as an unusual treat for western foot-
ball enthusiasts. First elimination of
Conference contenders found settle-
ment through close competition in a
good brand of the gridiron game on
four different fields in the Big Ten cir-
cuit.
Champaign which witnessed the Ill-
tin defeat Iowa by the narrow margin
of 9 to 7, justly claimed the premier
attraction of the hour. Coach Jones
brought a western aggregation fully,
to expectations and fought the best
losing game of the afternoon's foot-
ball. Strategy in the Illinois makeup
was worked overtime to produce the
two point lead.
Chicago-in fighting Purdue, a team
already scratched from first rating,
was able to register 15 points and
blank its opponents. . The Maroons
found considerable success with their
open play and emerged with confid-
ence from the first test,
Evanston which staged a counter

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of Socialism" will be the subject of a
lecture to be given by Prof. R. W.
Sellars of the philosophy department
before the Interscholastic Socialistic
society at 8 o'clock5 tonight in room
P-162 of the Natural Science building.

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26
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ers Assist
cement that should
Varsity's supporters
nd Ush6r will come
the scrubs against
i "Frank" and "Ed"
ainst the first team

PrelinAinary round: Pareira
G. Stone 6-1, 6-2. Reindel
Landowski 6-2, 6-0. Rley
Goorin 2-6, 6-2, 6-3. Wade
Peterson by default. Wann{
Ponkin 6-3, 1-6, 10-8. First
Workman defeated Lott by.

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s or Goldberg defeated Kelley 9-7, 10-8.
oked Greedon -defeated R. Stonj by default.
-Re- Zemon defeated Zimmerman 10-8, 6-4.
im- Rinear defeated Merry 6-3, 6-4. Palmer
they defeated Robertson 6-2, 6-3. Reindel
onal defeated Matsuda 6-1, 6-1. White de-
feated Weinberg 6-3, 6-1. Gregory de-
last feated. Wade 6-3, 6--3. Stephens de-
sign- eeated Jerome by default. Worcester
week defeated Skau 6-4, 6-2. Second round:
t and Angell defeated Munger 6--0, 6-0.
ower Munz defeated Worcester 6-0, 6-1. Dou-
next bles: Burley and Munger defeated
Weinberg and Friedman 4-6, 6-3, 6-3.
help Hanimer and Hammond defeated Beers
actly and Chopp 6-4, 6-4. Riley and Doty
sible defeated Worcester and Stone by de
o ac- fault. Borinstein and Kel3ey defeat-
the ed Munz and Reindel 1-6, 6-1, 6-2.

HERE COMES THE BRIDE! The
prettiest bride in town.
HERE COMES THE GROOM! The
happiest man in town.
They will come to the ARCADE
THEATRE tomorrow and Wednesday
in "PLEASE GET MARRIED." Don't
fail to see them.-Adv.
"Walk a block and save a dollar."
Davis Toggery Shop. 119 S. Main.-
Adv.

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. understahd exa
in every pos
they are able to
iore on taking
noon's practice

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ntry aspir-
e first real
urday. The
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out Geddes
n and back
and Glenn
aasium. This
'y yesterday
used from

UNIVERSITY BOXERS ANNOUNCE
MEETING TO REORGANIZE CLUB
The old University Boxing eldb will
meet at 7 o'clock Tuesday evening on
the third floor of the Union and at
7:30 the meeting will be thrown open
to all students who are at all inter-
ested in the art.
"Mickey" Shea will be present toj
give the men assistance in organize-
tion. He will be able, this year,. to1
assist also in training the new mew
after which the old member will put
them through their advanced fo m
work.
Jinx Following' Fresh GAdder
Old man Jinx has grasped Mike
Wienberg, one of the class of 23's most
promising gridders, in his hold and is
keeping him from entering the game.
For a week Wienberg tore up the
freshman gridiron with his ability as
a lineman, but was forced out of the
running bya broken rib. Yesterday aft-
ernoon, asa weraspreparingrto report
for prac~iee, after having recovered
from his injury, he was, tripped acci-
dently, and fell, spraining his ankle.
He will not be out for some time.

abie improvement was
the candidates over the
rork and if the men con-
rogress Michigan will not
ely lost in this branch of
Coach Farrell would lie to
more men out, but he
isider the outlook hopeless
ans at the present time.
ill be four workouts in
try next week, followed by
'actice four mile run over
course on Saturday. This
ike yes teroa' will ,be
ae anq the Inert who show
will be in a favorable po-
:n the team is picked to go

/The Clothe's
y 6u see in a crowd
O YOU ever study the various types of clothes worn by men-on t
where? Do you notice the different styles and grades of workman
who is attired in good taste makes a favorable impression whether you k
The man who wears quality clothe in good style is quickly distinguished from
the rest. There's somethidg different about him-something you like-somethinE
that would prompt you to inquire "where do you get your clothes?" Here in towr
many men in this class would cheerfully reply that they wear
Kuppenheimer Clothes
This store is The House of Kuppenheimer Clothes, and the kind of clothe
you admire, the kind you want are here-the newest Kuppenheimer fall and winte
productions. Such clothes are a definite asset to any man; they make you feel com
fortable in any company.
$35, $40, $45 to $65
The House of Kuppenheimer Clothes
in Ann Arbor
AC
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TEAMS OPEN PRACTICE;
DULE STARTS NiE T W Kh
ipartioni for the interclass
sevies, the junior engineers,
i, and freshman engineers all
ms through practice on Mon-
ho yearling boilermakers led
with a total of 25 cspiring

Illinois Women Hold Costume Party
The Women's Athletic association at
the University of Illinois gave a cos-
tume panty last Friday at which 300
women were present, appearing in cos-
tumes of many nations. The sopho-
more stunt won the prize, being a
"Twentieth Century Version of Colum-
bus' Discovery of America."
HERE COMES. THE BRIDE! The
predtitst bride in town.
HERE COMES THE GROOM! The
happiest man in town.
They will come to the ARCADE
THEATRE tomorrow and Wednesday
n "PLEASE GET MARRIED." Don't
fail to see them.-Adv.

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rther announcement
ough the showers in

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