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October 10, 1919 - Image 3

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rluig Eleven Defeats Weakened
Reserves In . to 0
'hat Coach Yost's call for more foot-
' men is being heeded by the cam-.
at last was shown yesterday when
r forty men turned out for Var-
y practice. This is the largest num-
that have reported to the Mich-
n mentor this year and it is a sign
t the student body is awaking from
apathy and realizing that the plac-
of the eligible men must be' filled.
Injured Men Return
'or the fourth time this week the
t-string men were given a light
rkout. During the early part of the
erfhoon Yost sent his men through
strenuous session of charging and
ching. The ends and backfield men
re sent through a practice in run-
g down under punts. Sparks, who
n't put in an appearance since Mon-
, was out again yesterday, and Vick,
urned to the fold after a week's
ence caused by a bad foot.
t is probable that Yost will keep
k in the backfield if the canter of
line proves that it can keep the'
ositioai from breaking through.
avy backs are a rarity this year and
Michigan coach doesn't like the
a of returning a heavy line-plung-
like Ernie to the line again.
n answer to Yost's queries, it was
ealed yesterday that all but three

Steve Farrell's squad of marathonj
candidates numbered around 15 eligi-
bles Thursday. Carl Johnson issued
a general vacation to his cindermen
following in result of the morning,
rain and a soggy oval. C
Trip Assured
It has been officially announced that
the Wolverine cross-country runnersl
will travel to Urbana on Nov. 15 for

competition against Illinois. In- re-
gard to the coming race and the gen-
eral situation in the Maize and Blue
camp, Coach Farrell states that his
aspirants are training rapidly in spite
of the fact that 15 men are filling
the ranks which an even 100 should
occupy. It is the opinon of the vet-
eran track coach that the delinquent
85 candidates 'should speed their way
to the gym before the organization
and workouts go any fu'rther.
Captain Johnson of the Varsity,


team nas gener
and field candid
distance men.


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The Wages of Capit
After more than thirty years' operations, the property
Michigan State Telephone Company, on January 1, 11
a book value of ,$15,718,453.00, and hadi132,270 tel
in service.
The property was paid for from the proceeds of the
Bonds-------------------------$ 8,666
Common Stock-------- -------------3,500
Preferred Stock--------- ------------2,285
Notes and by the investment of Surplus and
Reserve Accounts..-----------------1,267
X15, 718,
In the ten years since then the book value has increased
000, and the number of telephones has increased 142,0
Double the amount has been spent for new telephone pr
the past ten years that was spent in the thirty years prece
The recently added property was paid for as follows:
By the sale of bonds at 97;%% for cash.-....$ 1,315
By the sale of common stock at par for cash 2,500
By the sale of preferred stock at par for cash 1,715
Demand notes sold at par for cash--------17,600
By investment of "the surplus and reserve
accounts --------------------------3,035



, jMPLY told, the EAGLE SHIRT
doesn't begin its career with
fabrics that every other. manu.
facturer can buy. The makers
design land weave their own shirt.:
ings -- clever cloths with exclusivei
individualized patterns.
You will want these fine products of
the shirtrnak r's lo6m.


The total book value is now approximately
are 275,000 telephones. The "book va
Whereactual inventories and appraisals
have indicated a value substantially in exc
The development of the telephone business
to stop.
It must keep step with the industrial growl
The next ten years will require, for -new bi
poles, wires, cables, instrumentsetc., at lea
the new capital expended during the last I
sum of money can bo secured from the p
stocks and notes only after they have bee
can safely invest in the Company's secur
We must pay the wages of labor,and wet
of capital. If we pay the wages of lal
wages of capital, we can go on for a tim
but we cannot grow and the industry wil
TelephoneRates is the answer! T
to pay the wages of competent people to
materials for repairs,and maintenance, re
erty; pay taxes and other e-penses an<
4apital,-the interest and dividends on
notes of the Compan? issued for mone
employed in the service of the public.





e freshmen
This tilt
Varsity, es-
ve all their
y ends will
)Dping mon



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Just What You are

for the latter. Neither
as strong a line-up as
game was hard-fought,
g. The lone score came
the lanky left end of the
d an aerial heave right
ds of several of the Re-
)55Cd the line for a

in Stylish and

Suits and


Both Teams Light
at half, Walter at quarter and
y at full did the best work
victors. Collie distinguished
with an end ruA of 25 yeards,
Talter and Dumphy gained con-
y whenever they took the pig-
Walter hurt his shoulder dur-
scrimmage and was forced to

Right at the commencement of the
season we enable you to purchase at a
price as low as others will be asking at
their January sales.

While other
show you garn
season, we are
spection only nev
fall and winter

>f Paper, Banks, Goebel
as keenly felt by the
t is expected that they
hape for the affair witl.
s played consistently
rearlings tqo strong for
Eades and Breakey did
ground gaining, while
'esponsible for seve-al
several men who have
vith the Reserves have
the first-string squad
g the Reserves consid-


Corbett' s

No need to be satisfied
year's style even if it does c
a model that is new this seas

has made him many friends. It has been
profitable for both. He has sold more
goods and they have saved considerable

Expecting one of the toughest games
of the season, Ann Arbor high school
is ready today to take on the strong
Port Huron outfit. The game will be
called at 2:30 o'clock at Wines .field.
The proceeds of the contest will be
used to pay for the field.

in fall
styles at
low prices.

Belted, detachable belts, Wa
plain backs in single and doabh
models are here in all the desira


ead the Michigan Daily for Campus

10 per cent Discount
is given on all suits and overcoats. This
is a real saving and young men who wish
to dress well 'at a small outlay of money
will' do well to inspect our stocks and.
prices befoje buying elsewhere.

Colors, shades, patte
desirable ones that will
lect without any difficul
your tastes, or preferer
exactly what you wish.



by the
e mem-
ind wild
:he city.

anship, will
iversity de-
e for a class
loyes which
reach. The
courses in
.and many

Student ushers anted by Athletic
Association for botL O. S. U. and Min-
nesota games. It wiP be necessary, to
turn in Student coupon number Three
(3) for usher's ticket for 0. S. U.
game, and number Five (5) for ush-
er's ticket for Minnesota game. If
working in O. S. U. game, must also
work in Minnesota game.. Must re-
port at. Ferry Field at 4:15 p. m.
sharp on Fridays preceding games
for instruction and for work on' day
of games at 12:30 p. m. A fee of fifty
(50c) cents for the 0. S. U. game and
one dollar ($1.00) for Minnesota game
will be paid by the Athletic Associa-
tion. No one who cannot comply with
above, conditions need apply.



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