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Three .lore Feet
Added To Squad

Clarence, "demon trainer" of Mich-,
igan athletes, is the m'an responsible
for Northwestern's last minute stag-
ger and fall *n Saturday. Further-
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Yostmen has arranged for Wolverine
victories in the remaining three games
of the season:
A squirrel tail sanctimoniously ex-
tracted from its furry ower and pre-
'sented to Cliff Sparks before the Pur-
ple clash, proved just as effective as
the Ohio spooks who are reported to
have hoodooed Yost to defeat.
To assure the continued success of-
the Maize and Blue warriors, three
rabbits were j summarily executed
Sunday, a left front foot being sewed
on the respective jerseys of Captain
Goetz, Beak Weston,-and Duke Dunne
before the practice yesterday. With'
these three players each provided with
an individual talisman and tho squir-
rel appendage good for three more
triun phs, Yost knows no further
fear.Clarence as done his bit for a
Michigan championship.

ere were a great many
it in the playing of the
he North western tilt,
such a nature that Yost
e to eradicate them be-
f the week. As a whole
d not perform; particu-
Ily against the Purple
in the last 10 minutes
Suarter, but there were
uals who showed upt
antage than they have
us.time. Magrath play-
>d shape and proved to
coach need have no more
he right flank.'
ring for the first time
eks, showed himself
n offense and defense.
question whether Ward
l the center job perman-
but at least he is in the

IN TENNIS-SE
BORINSTEIN AND KELSEY WIN
OVER FRIEDMAN AND
GOURN
In a match featured first by hard
stroking and later by accurate plac-
ing, Angell and Stephens fought to a
draw yesteirday in the semi-final round
of the fall tennis tournament. When
darkness called the match, the score
stood at 11-all in the first set.
WinOwn Serves
Play started at 3:30 o'clock with
Angell serving first.' Both men strok-
ed hard and steadily at the outset
but later relied on accuracy and
placement for gaining points. Sieph-
ens won the opening game and'pro-
ceeded to win his own service, there-
-by leading at two games to love. In
the next two games both men suc-
ceeded in winning their own services
and the score stood at three games
to one, Stephens leading. Angell then
won his own game and managed to
break through Stephens' serve, thus
tying the score at three games all.
From then e: each won his own de-
livery. Angell always had the advan-
tage game but Stephens would even
up things by winning his own service.
Leading at '6-5, 8-7, jand again at
10-9, Angell had set point on Stephens
six different times. Stephens at these
times showed his nerve and stalked
off' defeat by means of beautiful
smashes and placemnts of deadly ac-
curacy. Angell used a very effective
chop, which he placed exceptionally
well. His volleying at the net was
somewhat weak and neither of the men
took the net except on fairly sure
points. At the net game Stephens
was slightly the superior. Both played
the back court game for the most
part. Play will begin today where it
left off, that is 'at 11-all, with Angell
serving. The tiule is set for 3:30
o'clock.
Reach Double Finals
In the doubles, Borinstein and Kel-
sey advanced to the finals. They dis-
posed of their opponents with little
trouble. Gourn and Friedman offer-
ed them resistance only to the extent
of 6-1, 6-2, and Cress and Sorg fell
before them in the semi-final round
6-1, 6-1. Bowers and Qreedon elim-
inated Hummer and Hammond in the
upper half. This places the winners
in the semi-finals. The doubles play
is now down to four teams. The lack
of time hnd the uncertainty of the
weather made necessary a number of

defaults. Christie defea.ted Friedman,
by default and now meets Cole for
the right to play Reindel in the semi-
finals. The first match is set for 2:15
o'clock, the winner to play Reindel
at 3:15 o'clock.
The summary of Monday's play is
as follows: Singles, third round --
Christie defeated Friedman by de-
fault; semi-finals-Angell vs. Steph-
ens, 11-all. Doubles - Gourn and
Friedman defeated Chipman and
Stuart by default; Bowers and Cree-'
don defeated Hummer and Hammond
6-2, 6-3; Borinstein and Kelsey de-
feated Gourn and Friedman 6-1, 6-2;
Cress and Sorg defeated winner -of
Cochran - Irving Sanchez - .Gregory
match by default; semi-finals-Borin-
stein and "Kelsey defeated Cress and
Sorg 6-1, 6-1.
Today's Schedule
Today~Ls schedule is announced as
follows: Singles, fourth round-Chris-
tie vs. Cole; semi-finals, Angel! vs.
Stephens, Reindel vs. winner of Chris-
;tie-Cole match. Doubles-Riley and
Doty vs. Burley and Munger; Bowers
and. Creedon vs. winner of Riley-Doty
Burley-Munger match. Completion of
today's schedule will bring matches in
both singles and doubles down to the
finals, which will be played on Wed-
nesday.
FIRST YEAR LITS
BEAT CLASMAT 4S

later.'
The lineups: fresh lits, r. e. Boni-
field, r. t. Dudack, r. g. Connell, c.
Frailey, 1. g. Horton, 1. t. Sutton, 1. e.-
Winkler, q. b. Crease, r. h. Dallavo, 1.
h. Bailey, f. b. Rice.
Fresh engineers, r. e. Davidson, r.
t. Kile, r. g. Anderson, c. Marston, 1.
g. Johnson, 1. t. Chapman, 1. e. Sinith,
q. b. Iland, 1. h. R. H. Smith, r. h. Ross,
f b. Kean.
Plan Practice for Rugby Football
Rugby football practice will be held
at 2:30 o'clock next Saturday after-
noon on the Ferry field lot just be-
yond the baseball diamond. All men
desirous of turning out for this game
can communicate with William Wium,
'21D, phone 775-M, between 6 o'clock
and 7:30 in the evening.%
The Michigan Daily, delivered to
your door daily except Monday, ,$3.5O
a year.-Adv.

A run of about three miles was the
workout' of the cross country *squad
Monday. After the hard race last
Saturday, the 'men were allowed to
rest up, and will be. sent over the full
four and one-half mile course Wed-
nesday. All of the men that were se-
lected Saturday by the elimination
race were out except Burkholder, who
is nursing a weak ankle. Ile is ex-
pected to be back in condition by the
middle of the week.
Although the time in the race last
Saturday was not extraordinary it was
due to the condition of the course
rather than to the runners themselves.
By the time that the men are ready
to meet M. A. C., Coach Farrell ex-
pects the men to. be in shape, for a
fast race. The Aggie team is com-
posed of several veterans and is fast.
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SOCCER PLAYERS TO ORIPANiZE;
OUTSIDE MATCHES PROBABLE
Practice for all men interested in
soccer will be held at Ferry field at
3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon.' .If
enough men turn out, four teams will
be formed and a schedule of games
will be played between them.
From the four teams a first team
will be chosen to, represent the ,Uni-
versity against the Ypsilanti Normal
soccer team and maybe later against
the Roses of Detroit, the present
state ahampions.

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ome through

Lack of teamwork was responsible
for the fresh engineers' loss to the
fresh lits, 13 to 6, Monday afternoon.
Both teams played ragged football in
the first half, but the Lits braced up
in the find half and drove over for
the winning touchdown in the third
quarter. This eliminates the losing
team.
The lits were on the point of scor-
ing several times but lost the ball by
fumbles. Long passes from Dallavo
to Bonifield gained a great deal of the
territory, while Dallavo and Bailey
added many,. yards on line plunges.
Bonifield scored the first touchdown,
in the first'quarter, when he fell on
a fumble behind the engineers' goal.
Following two long passes, from Dal-
lavo to Bonifield, Bailey went over
for the, second lit counter. Davidson
-scored' for the engineers.
The playing of Davidson on end,
and Iland at quarter were the re-
deeming, features of the engineers'
playing. Horton scored a freak goal
for the lits after ithe second touch-
down, the ball hitting the cross-bar,
bounding high in the air ond then go-
ing over.
The other game scheduled for Mon-

Arbor Savings Bank.

7,

State Street

Branch of Farmers and /

Mechanios Bank.
The Detroit Edison

Company's office,

ELECTRI IL IGHT BILLS
are now payable between the FIRST and
TENTH of the month at
North University Avenue Branch of Ann

Main and William Streets.
After the TEN H of the moath
able only at the Company's office.

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INTERCLASS FOOTBALL
Tuesday '
Junior engineers vs. Soph lits.
Weilnesday'
Medics vs. Laws.
Senior lits vs. senior engineers.

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)ASQUES T& PLAN YEAR'S
WORK AT NEXT MEETING

Display Room
Main and William Sts.
Phone 2300

ame All members of Masques are re-
and guested to meet promptly at 4 o'clock'
ake on Wednesday afternoon in Sarah
;nce 'aswell Angell hall. The committee
vork for the year will be organized,
ago ind plans for the first two plays
as ;f the club will be announced at this
had time. Dues ma be paid to the treas1
th1 user on Tuesday.

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an a crush- U. OF M. GRAD SPEAKS AT
COLLEGE CLUB IN DETROIT
ras by no
hough there Professor Dora M. Barnes of the
first string University of 'Michigan was speaker
nen at sign- at a luncheon given by the Mount
r in t'he aft- Holyoke alumnae at the College club,
ng, tackling, Detroit, on Saturday, Nov. L
sing was in-
Former Student's Marriage Announced
E Announcement is received in Ann
participated Arbor of the marriage of Marie Ger-
he freshmen trude Sullivan, '16,' to Arthur Boshop
. The Var- Castle on Oct. 11 at Muskegon, Mich-
ball on the jgan.
on the next

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Did our team win? Don't ask ques-
tions, read the Michigan Daily. All
campus, city and. word news.-Adv.
Pay your subscription."'
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The Clothes
you see in a crow
D OY Y0 ever study the various types of clothes worn by men-on t
where? Do you notice the different styles and grades of workmans
who is attired in good taste makes a favorable impression whether you k
s
The man who wears quality clothes in good style is quickly distinguished from
the 'rest. There's something different a*ut him-something you like-somethins
that would prompt you to inquire "where do you get your clothes?" Here in town
many men in this class would cheerfully reply that theywear
Kuppenheimer Clothes
This store is The House of Kuppenheimer Clothes, and the kind of clothes
you admire, the kind you want are here=-the newest Kuppenheitler fall and winter
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
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Main Street
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Jack and Tom and Harry get
to be very dull chaps, indeed, if
they believe in all work and no
play.
Men who want to keep their
minds keen and their wits
sharp, know that they must play
to keep fit for the terrific strain
of modern life.
If your "prof" is wise he will
heartily approve of your play-
ing an occpsional game of bil-
liards. Come in tonight-get a
good cue in-your hands again-
and see how soon your former
skill comes back to you.
HUSTON BROS.
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candles. Cigarettes & Pipes:
"We try to treat you Right"
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