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CE BY QUARTERS

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MICHIGAN
CHICAGO

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2nd
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3rd 4th FINAL

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OUR SODAS
AND SUNDAES
ARE THEY GOOD I
I'LL SAY THEY ARE
FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH

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-FOR THE HOLIDAYS

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Just as .on all other
occasions, Randall Port-
are the ideal, always
welcome gift.

Corner State and

Liberty

INSPiRED, OFFENSE
WIN
Team Work of Wolverines Baffles
the Vaunted Maroon Line for
Entire Game
BANKS, USHER, STEKETEE AND
GOETZ FEATURE IN ATTACK
FIRST QUARTER
Steketee kicked off to Timmie who
returned ball to the 30-yard line.
Timmie goes off left tackle for 1 yard.
Timmie adds another 5 yards. On the
next play Chicago was; thrown for a
2-yard loss. Palmer kicked outside
on Michigan's 43-yard line.,, Steketee
makes 5 yards on wide end run. Ush-
er fumbles and recovers for yard gain.
Banks is thrown for a 4-yard loss on
left end. Steketee punts to Rouse on
Chicago's 31-yard line. Timmie makes
4 yards through center. On the game
play he is stopped for 1 yard.
A forward pass, Crisler, is incom-
plete. Vick stops Palmer. Timmie
goes through guard for 1 yard. Pal-
mer punts over tha Michigan goal-
line. Ball on 20-yard line.
Steketee .loses '1 yard on left end
run. Usher makes 1 yard through left
tackle. Steketee punts to Chicago's
45-yard line. Crisler's pass is incom-
plete. Another pass meets same fate.
A third pass is knocked down by a
Michigan man. Palmer punts to Mich-
igan's 25-yard line. Michigan was un-
able to gain in successive attempts.
Steketee punted out on Michigan's 35-
yard line.
Two plunges by the Chicago oacks
netted them 7 yards. Timmie adds
another yard. Chicago penalized 15
yards for holding. Crisler's long pass
goes incomplete. Palmer punts over
Michigan's goal. Ball is brought out
to the 20-yard' line.
Usher and Cappon make 5 yards in
2 downs. Steketee .punts out on Chi-
cago's 48-yard line. Rouse sweeps
around right end for 9 yards. Goebel
is injured but remains in the game.
Chicago makes first down. Ball on
Michigan's 40-yard line. Timmie
plunges through center for 2 yards.
Palmer fails to gain through left tack-
le. A forward pass is intercepted by
Johns on Michigan's 32-yard line.
Usher plunges through center for 4
yards. Cappon is %stopped for no gain
on right-end run. Usher adds an-
other 3 through center. End of first
quarter. Michigan 0, Chicago 0.
SECOND QUARTER
Steketee punts to Chicago's 15-yard
line where Goetz nails Crisler. Tim-
mis is unable to gain through left
tackle. Timmie makes 3 through left
guard. The same man hits left tackle
for 1 more. Palmer punts outside on
Chicago's 29-yard line. Cappon makes
2 yards through right tackle. Steke-
tee fails to gain around right end. A
forward pass by Banks is not com-
pleted. Steketee attempts S place kick
which goes wide,
Palmer returns hall to Chicago's 30-
yard line. Timmie makes 3 yards
through right gua*A. The Chicago full-
back is stopped on his next attempt
at the line. Palmer gains 1 yard off
tackle. Palmer kicks outside on Mich-

igan's 49-yard line. Usher plows
through center for 5 yards. Banks
makes first down around right end.
Usher gains 2 through right guard.
Cappon makes 3 more. Banks fum-
bles and Dunne recovers on Chicago's
25-yard -line. Usher fails to gain.
Steketee makes 2 yards on a wide end
run. A forward pass is intercepted
by Palmer who is downed by Cappon
on Chicago's 5-yard line.
Timmie plows through the Michigan
line for 9 yards. The Chicago full-
back makes his first down on another
line plunge.' Timmie fails to gain on
another attempt at the line. Crisler
makes 1 off left tackle. ┬░Timmie is
smothered for no gain. Palmer kicks
to Chicago's 37-yard line. Steketee
goes off right tackle for 1 yard. Goe-
bel attempts ahpass which is ground-
ed. Dunne throws a pass over the
goal line from the 45-yard line which
is barely knocked down by a Chicago
back. Steketee misses another Mald
goal from the 46-yard line.
Chicago's ball on own 20-yard line.
Timmie makes 1 yard on a line plunge.
Johns makes spectacular tackle and
throws Rouse for a 3-yard loss. Tim-
mie fails to gain. Palmer kicks out-
side on Chicago's 44-yard line. A
pass by Banks is grounded. Steketee
circles right end for 15 yards. On
the old fake pass Banks makes 20
yardsbeing downed on Chicago's 10-
yard line.
Usher makes a beautiful catch of
Banks' forward pass and falls over
the goal line for a touchdown. Steke-.
tee kicks goal. Michigan 7, Chicago 0.
Palmer kicks off to Banks who re-
turns ball to Michigan's 43-yard line.
Steketee kicks over Chicago's goal
line. Goebel stops Palmer after a 2-
ard gain. Goebel's arm is hurt again.
He is taken out of the game, Cohn re-
placing him. Timmie is held on a line
plunge. End of half. Michigan 7.
Chicago 0.
THIRD QUARTER
Hartong kicks off to Banks who re-
turns ball to 28-yard line. Usher hits
center for 2 yards. Steketee punts to
Chicago's 9-yard line where Cohn re-
covers fumble. It's Michigan's ball
on Chicago's 10-yard line. Usher goes
through center for 5 yards. Banks
is stopped for no gains.
Cappon unable to gain through line.
Steketee is thrown for 3 yards lss
but ball goes over. Palmer makes 1
yard around Left end. Timmle goes
through right guard for 4 more. Chi-
cago fullback fals to gain on next
attempt at line. Palmer punts to Chi-
cago's 43-yard line. Usher hits the
line for 5 yards. A forward pass,
Banks to Steketee, is intercepted by
Palmer who returns ball to Chicago's
37-yard line,
Dunne and Cappon stop Strohmeier
on line right end run for no gain.
Palmer loses a yard on line plunge.
Timmie adds 2 more through center.
Palmer kicks out of bounds on Mich-
igan's 38-yard line. Usher ploughs
through line for 6 yards. Cappon
makes first down.
,Usher hits left side of line for 5
yards. Banks makes 8 more off right
tackle. Usher makes first down. Stek-
etee adds 4 through right tackle.
Banks fails to gain around right end.
Banks is thrown for 10-yard loss.
Steketee kicks outside on Chicago's
43-yard line. Wilson stops Palmer on

line plunge. Timmie ploughs through
center for 4 yards.
The same man is stopped on next
play. Palmer punts out on Michigan's
27-yard line. Steketee circles right
end for 20 yards, tackled on the 49-
yard line. Cohn loses 1 on end run.
2appon makes 1 through tackle. A
pass, Banks to Usher, is knocked
lown. Steketee kicks over Chicago's
goal line. Rouse makes 3 through
(Continued on Page Six)
St. Louis Soccer League Starts
St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 12. - The St.
Louis Soccer league has resumed op-
erations with the four clubs from last
year again in line. Included are the
American champions, the Ben Millers.
Cliff Brady,tone of the stars of the
league, is out of the game this sea-
son, having decided not to run the
risk of an injury that might lessen
his chances of getting the regular as-
signment on second base for the Bos-
ton Americans in the 1921 campaign.
Evans Loses No Time
St. I:ouis, Mo., Nov. 12. - Joe
Evans, who patrols the outfield for the
Cleveland world's champions, is an
interne in a local hospital, where he
's taking a post graduate course.
Within a week from the end of the
series with Broklyn, Evans was on
the job.
Paronize Daily Advertiers.-Adv.
CLASSES%
The Second Term of
Dancing Classes conducted
by Miss Moses opens in the

Boa

Arranged for your
sitting?
Call 598 Tomorrow

121 E. WASHINGTON STREET

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Students lunch

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489 Jefferson

High Class Food

For

Open 6 a.m. Close 11 p.m
The Blue Front
Cigar Store
STUDENT OWNED
Corner of Statemad Packard

STUDY LAMPS

and all kinds of

ELECTRIC SUPPLIES

go to

WASHTENAW ELECTRIC SHOP

I PHONE 273

200 WASHINGTON ST.

azz and oI
isputtoaFine Arton the
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Hear them at the CV PH ONOGRAPH SH(
OPEN EVENINGS
640 HAVEN AVE. (Just South of Eng. E
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Moses opens in the

Schumacher Hardware

Company,

NICKELS' ARCADE

DANCE HALL

3 8-10-12 South Main Street

A Story of- Individual Shops

Classes are exclusively
for University men and wo-
men and will be given for
advanced students, begin-
ners, and married couples.
Enroll Monday and Tues-,
day evening, 7:15 to 8:15,

ohumach rs

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The Gift Shop of

)Taan Street"

Community Silver
Carving Sets
Casseroles
Baking Dishes

Nov. 15 and 16.

Private

w'

lessons by appointment. Call
1545-W for information.

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A luminumware
Pyrex Glassware
Electric Table Lamps
Electric Floor Lamps
Smoking Stands
Serving Trays
Percolators
Nut Bowls
Medicine Sets
Egg Slicers
Decorated Glassware
Tea Ball Tea Pots

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Brass Jardinieres
Candle Sticks
Candles
Incense Burners
Incense
Electric Coffee Machines
Electric Toasters
Electric Irons
Ash Trays
Leather Goods
Crumb Trays & Scrapers
Mahogany Trays
Wine Sets
Refreshment Sets
Polychrome Candle Sticks

n1W OLD ARE YOUI NO MATTER! PLAY BILLIARDS!
No matter how many years you have tarried on earth, you are still
young if you like to PLAY. And PLAYING helps to keep that young
feeling and youthful look in men who are of mature years. Many
of the GREAT men of the world-authors, senators, lawyers, prime
ministers-find in BILLIARDS a most joyous relaxation and recrea-
tion. Make HUSTON BROS. your "club." Make this'a regular meet-
ing place for yourself and friends. I 'u will find just the right atmos-
phere here to make your evenings enjoyable.
HUS TON BROS.
Pocket and Carom Billiards. Soft Dr sAks aA4 Light Lunches.
Cigars nd Candies.C igArettes ad Pips.
OWE W1 YTO TRIPAT YOU RIGHT: "

Mrs. Fox was bragging one day
about the large number of her
cubs.
"How many cubs do you bring
into the world at one time ?" she
asked the LIONESS
"Only ONEreplied the Lioness
-.but it's a LIONI
MURADS COST 20 CENTS
FOR A BOX OF 10
BUT THEY'RE MURADS
MURADS would be lower
priced if we left out all or part of
the 100% Turkish tobaccos of the
purest and best varieties grown-
or if we substituted inferior grades
of Turkish tobacco.
But they wouldn't be MURADS
"Judge for Yourse f-!.
We call special attention
to Murad 2Os in Tin Boe j
aQ FEyptizan Cgarnvks in the Woa~d
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TOYS - FOR THE CHILDREN - TOYS
FOOT BALLS, PANTS, HEAD GEARS, BLADDERS, LACERS, LACES, OIL
HEATERS, GAS STOVES, HEATING STOVES, GUNS, AMMUNITION, CE-
DAR CHESTS, KITCHEN TABLES, WASTE BASKETS, BATH ROOM FIX-
TURES AND CRYSTAL ELECTRIC WASHERS

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Fresh ~ irr&
Fin cla sa !Ow1X

Lisk, Savory and Aluminum Roaster

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