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fall ten-
in at a
score of
,vin g sig-
peting.
at Coach
with the
has an-

Beginning next Monday,, Coach
Mitchell will devote his entire time to'
his new. work as head of. intra.mural
sports. Coach Mather has Ibecome
sufficiently acquainted with the year-
ling football1 men to release the for-
mer All-fresh mentor and assume
control of the first year squd him-
self.
TODAY'S GAMES
Purdue vs. Illinois at Lafayette.
Great~ Lakes vs. Chicagoi at Chi-
cago.
Nebraska vs. Minnesota at Minneap-
olis. k
Ohio. State vs. Cincinnati at Coluxn-

western'vs. De)Pauw at-Evans-

India.na vs Kentucky State at Lex-
ington.
Wisconsin' vs. Marquette, at Madi-
son.

lcourt match-
who are not
rthe doubles

n nurni
as a cu

ber at D A CNG ,
ap has Class(,- in ballroom dancing ait the
of the Packard Academy will begin Oct. 14,
chance at 7 :30 p. in. Number limited, re-i'ster
three early by phone, 1850-Fl. Lady and
'U in gentleman instructors. Assemnblies
it will 'every Monday and Thu x day at 8 p.
when mn. Private lessons by appointment.-
a are
in the Patronize the Daily Advertiser

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TO ANNOUNCE

Fall Lines

~Of

Suits

Stage Practice (Glane This .Afternoon;
Whistle Blowds at
3 O'clok
II
+VYSTMI 'E I Y lN tLi IEAlSED .
COWIPETITION FOR POSITIONS"
IIQOW THEY'LL START,
VarIos'All-F.'
lunne..........Jh~
(roetz (cant.) . LE......... Clark's
Fortune... .. .....oln
Culver or Cress ..C.......Cobrn
4cliunaclr or..,
l~oucl .....ItG V'.,an Orden
Wilson or
Iiendrs"n . . . R.T.. ....1Awlan4
Knode.....QB. Searles or
Andrws
Weston... .. ...LI.....Paper or
.Banks
Cruse......RI......olle
Stuayt or fEdes. F.B.....unp hey
Yost's regulars will take on the
fighting' freshmen, promptly at 3'
o'clock this afternoon, in a practice
name arranged as an x-ray on both
the Varsity and the All-Fresh teams.
This ,battle promises -lo rovide
qcuite a few pointers for 'the Michi-
gan football backer. it will nt only
evidence tho lapse or improvement of
the "Varsity sincee the tussle with Case
last Saturday but,' will give the cam-
pus at large an excellent opportu-
nity to ,take a gorod look at th} 192
aggregation 'fhichi has been trim-
ming the scrubs recently.
Fresh Work Bard
The frosh have been working hard
the past week and have undergone
the ordeal by battle ,almost 'every
afternoon.J The Varsity cndidates
have ,been for ,the most part doing
light exercise and resting up. With a
hard schedule in view and the near-
est game another seven days off the
coaches are apparently taing no
eh n ea' on, having, anybody go "stale
by t verwor in the early stags of
the seasoll.
With the°;ncreased number of men
who have reported Din Forry field wth-
In 'the past.,10 days competition has
sharp enecl proportioniatel. ,here is
a . marked return of the old pre-war
fighting sprt and Yost is riding
everybody in sight. The coach stag-
ed4 a little party among the members
of the squad yesterday afternoon, put-
ting one man up against two others
and -politely °requesting "him to break
through, givng 'every 'man an ab-
solutely impartial chance to get in the
mrill.' Ne~a*l everythng was commit-
ted excpt unlawful hmicide. "It's a
rough game," said the coach.
Veterans -Givei Rest Todhy
Several'ien who ,are considered ba-
longing"" t? the first line 9c nteders
iiijnot appear pi the 80riintIage this
afternoon. (iyrz i still; restin AId
Johnson also will tke a vaeaioml
Tlenn Dunn, the huskygard who re-
ported so recenty, is work~g hard
to get into shape and is doing 4 half-
mile or so every 'day ,in additioni t
trenuotus workouts unde the eye of
the. coachas., He is gxpet d to ,round
initois battling trpw in a, few days
but will not be, sent in for sri-
mnag@ todayz . la nmel ' roe~ke,
Peach,, parks and icj are all ap-
parenrtly in goodshape but on ,a-
count of minor inures they "will not
be Balled -upon to tamp an Math-
eir's :wards when the, whistle, stets
the practice.
No unnecessary risk of having any

more men riding charley horses or'
game before the real competition opens
is being 'run by .the coaching' staff.
However, all the men, named above,
in the absence of'° any additional bad
luck, will more than likely show
their wares against the, Aggies next.
Saturday.
The field will be absolutQ y opezi to
fall spectators this afternoon. The.
scrimmage will start VrQrnlptjy at
o'clock.

Z'ig en 1Notes~t
Illinois
'Urbana, Oct. 10.-Three ,full teams
will be taken by, Coach Zuppke' to
Lafayette for the Purdue clash. He.
expects to put all of the men in the
game before the final whistle blows.I
Th~e first cut of the season: will to]-'
low early next week..
Captain Koppi hurt his ankle in prac-
tice Thursday night but it is thought
thht he will. be in condition to play
today. Sternaman, Ems, Pritchard,'
and Fletcher are the others on the
hospital list. The last named is the
most likely to a'ppear in the Illini
lineup. Applegran, whio had given up
,the gridiron game on account of heavy
scholastic duties, was back on, the
Did 'our team win ? Don't ask que-
Lions, read the Michigan Daily. All
{r~rinpus,,city and world news.-Adv..

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THE Y'RE HALF GO*.(E -NOW
Counting the seat.- to be aas-
sLgned on . studenit applcations,
Half of th-3 Ferry field stands are
.already sold o'ut for the Minne-.
sota game, which v ill conclude
the Michigan_ schedule on, Nov.
22. The first application receiv-
ed by the =athletic office for a
seat at this contest bore the date
of Aug. '30.

Niorthwestern
Evanston, Oct. 1O-The varsity has
Improved decidedly in the last week
in tackling, blocking and making
holes. Several scrirnrjnges were hfeld
with the fresh team, but the latter has
been held powerless on both the de-
fense and~offense.
Indiana
Bloomington, Oct. 10. - Indiana
seems undaunted by the ."luck" of the
game last Saturday and is now ready
to invade Kentucky State, a teamf
coached by a former Hoosier captain,f
Andy Gill. The team that 'will 'open,
the game 'wiVll be entirely changed, and
in no way look like the one that has4
taken the field for Indiana in the
two early games of the season.

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RiopVan Wnl
and the
Mysterious Bowlers

The Michigan: Daily,
your door aly except
a yeah .--Adv.

NOTICE:

All men who placed4
May are entitled tor
The shirts are nowa
association 'office in th
ing.
The following men w
to shirts and havei
them are requested to
~near future: Wh'eeler,
1t21, Luk ins, '22, Broad)
non1, '22, Barnes,
Schwartz, '22, Walker
'22, Sedgwick, '21.
There are also sever
class' is not known w
s~hirts 'by reporting tc
~office.
The Michigani Daily.
in. paper in Anni Arbi
the latest campus, c,
news.-Ad v.

Student ushers wanted by Athletic
Association for both 0. S. U. and Min-
nesota,,games. It will be necessary to~
turn in Stuff ent coupon number Three
(3), for usher's ticketo' for 0. S. U.
game,' and number Five (5) for ush-
er's ticket 'for Minnesota game. If
working in 0. S. U,. game, must also
work in :Minnesota game. Must re-
port at F~erry Field at 4:15 p. in.
sharp on Fridays preceding ,games
for instruction and for work on' day
of games at 12:30 p. mn. 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 coply with
above conditions need apply.

delivered to
Monday, $3.540

Were they ghosts whom Rip V~an Wlnkle'.:
mountains playing at tenpins?
At any 'rate the story illustrates the~ eno
bawling a4t the time of the colonization, of New Y
Bowling is an old, old game-yet ever NEW.
for business men.
Try a gane here today.

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HUSTON BROS.
BILLIARDS AIND BOWLING, CIGARS AND CA.
CIGARETTES AND PIPES
"We try to treat you Right"

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Th University MusicalI Society announces the

AND CON
'ORES M A LINST'

Extra

couic

series
Bn ill Auditorium

1" Nov. 6-ALLESAND$O BONCI
Italian Lyric Tenor, and ELEANOR B3ROCK,

"The Sou~ther:

men, ui
professional
of Sports-

2Dec. 15-NEW YORK CHAMBER MUSIC SO,
Eleven Musicians-CAROLYN BEEBE, Pianist and Director;
HENRIOTTE, First Violin; SCIPIONE GUIDI, Second Viol
t7UEL LIFSCHEY, Viola; PAUL KEFER, 'Cellist; EMIL MI:
Bass; GUSTAVE LANGENUS, Clarinet; WILLIAM KINCA
HENRI DE BUSSCHER, Oboe; UGO SAVOLINI, Bassoon;
FRAN ZL, French Horn.
In a programra of soli,. duets,. trios, end other ensemble combinations.
3i Jan.23-MISCHA rLEVITSKL
Pianiist.

1Si
for

T I
'round,
Aesom~e
;oraing
Ifoir the

4. ; Feb. 28-CAROLIIN LAZZARI
metropolitan Opera Prima Donna. ,

to

ag.

must

U~SERBussC=
T'. LQUIS

CO1DITTEE To INVESTIGAITE
P7LA1N' FOR LIT R. 0. T. C. UNT
The literary coillege faculty at a re-
cent meelting voted for the appoint-
moannt or a conimittee- to consider the
advisability of establishing an infant,
try R. 0. T. C. unit for literary- stu-,
dents.
Lieut. Col. Lucas was presenti at the
meeting and discussed with 'the facul-
ty the ,advisability of admitting lfter-
ary students into the ordnance, coast
artillery and signal corps, units, uaow
established in the engineering c¢1-
lege,.
J1pst arriv( 4qat WIld Co.'s, attaretive
assortment of Knitted. Walstooats.-I

5. Mar. 3 1-TRIO=DE LUTECE
GEOR EA BARRFJRE, Flute; CARLOS
K r EFER, 'Cello..I

SALZEDO,

In aprogramo:f, soli, duets And trios:

Harp;

Seao ikt:$2.00, $SO5, $3.00,
Mail Orders Filled in Advance in Order of Receipt

Serve it cold

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In. ordering tickets please designate "EXTRA (
fusionx with the regular Choral Union Series. Address
Secretary,, University Schiool of Music, Ann Arbor, M

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