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about the campus on the suggestion that the block "M", which{
layed at the Minnesota game, be placed in the new west stands
field stadium and that it be formed by the freshman class has
r favorable as far as any comment has been heard.
ving up the idea, Coach Yost was asked his opinion. For the
e large number of alumni and visitors who will be present at
e was most enthusiastic. Also when asked where the fresh-
eceive tickets if not placed in the west stand, he said that the
er received had never been' better than the 5 yard lines.
the west stand are decidedly better than thoss in the north or
beyorid the 15 yard lines. Occupants of the west stand have
cted view of the entire length of the field, something which is
in the side stands.
have been approached agree that the west stand is the logical
"M". Before it may be changed, however, the Student council
ved to act upon the matter and rule that the change be made.
ir opinion?

LLLNERY- -,-

Prophets Failed
Can We 1lame1
Lmring Dopester?~
Dopesters by the score, with tongues
sprightly and keen, heavily armed with
pens and pencils, and confronted with
thick scratch pads, will be in their
glory this afternoon, when practically
every gridiron eleven of note gets into
action, in celebration of "Dopesters'
day" in football.
A Universal Malady
Every year huge numbers of these
individuals assemble in different sec-
tions of the country to witness the
preliminary games of the football sea-
son, and then with unbounded' pride,
set themselves to the task of planning'
the "inside dope," the predictions as
to the outcomes of this team and that
team during the ensuing campaign.
Ah-"inside dope!" The forecasting
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® MICHIGAN VS. CASE
U Games won by Mich....23
r Games won by Case.... 0 2
Points scored by Mich. 708 43
. Points scored by Case. -46
w All championship teams
M for past 25 years, also
other things of interest,
* and benefit, to Michigan 8
Men at, N
RILLIARDS CIG#ARS -CANDIES
* PIPES LVNCHES SODAS
ne~ie tr~y to treat you withe"
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of future hjappenings, all foreseen
throughthe eyes of the members of
Lhe grand army of football prophets.
What glorious work! What keen fore-
sight! True, sadly true, the dope, is
of ten badly overturned and fails to
become a reality at the season's end.
But what matters that? Did the pro-
phetic visions of the great prophets
in biblical days always pan out pre-+
cisely in the manner they had orig-
inally planned them to? Of course
they didn't. Could Isaiah be blamed
when he predicted that the. Assyrians
would conquer Isreal at a certain sea-
son of the year, and they, the faithless
lot, blundered, so unlike the champions
they had been, missed a punt or some
like biblical toy weapon, caught "sneez-
ites," known as "hydrophobia" in mod-
ern phraseology, got mad, and most
unintelligently died out as a unit,
right before the gates of Jerusalem on
the eve of the surrender that would
have been. Unthinkable! And besides,
Isaiah had an alibi ready to offer: "The
Assyrians failed to run true to their
natural form." So it is with every
prophet, whether he be a football
prophet, or one who predicts the future
history of nations. A prophet must
be a diplomat, a diplomat in every
sense of the word. He must always be
in the right, even though he actually
be in the wrung. The methods to ac-
complish this end may be foul or fair,
just so long as that end is accomplish-
ed, for accomplished it must be.
Dopesters, Be Prepared_.

Masques Decide
Year's Program
Plans for the year's work were made
at a meeting of the board of directors
of Masques on Friday afternoon. Try-
outs for membership will be held on
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday aft-
ernoons in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Two one-act plays will be given each
semester in addition to the usual
spring play. Play reading, make-up,
and stage craft classes will be or-
ganized among the members. Prof. J.
Raleigh Nelson, director of Masques,
and Mrs. Nelson will give their annual
party in honor of the new members on
Thursday, Oct. 20.
HARVARD VS. INDIANA IS
EASTERN FEATURE OF TODAY

WHITE POLO

These

Shirts are Always

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4 OUR LINE IS COMPLETE

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Including the

NEW LOW COLLAR
STYLE
An Excellent Selection
of Materials

t Expresses Elegance and Chic

(Continued from Page One)
Gettysburg, but these will attract noth-
ing but local Interest.
The Schedule
Yale vs. Carolina,
Harvard vs. Indiana,
Princeton vs. Colgate,
Pennsylvania vs. Gettysburg,
Columbia vs. Wesleyan,
Centre vs. Virginia Poly,
Pittsburgh vs. West Virginia, .
Penn State vs. North Carolina State,
Washington and Jefferson vs. West
Virginia Wesleyan,
Rutgers vs. Lehigh,
Dartmouth vs. New Hampshire,
Syracuse vs. Maryland,
Army vs. Lebanen Valley,
Navy vs. Western Reserve.

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711 N. University
R the student or prof.,
vthe superb VENUS out-
riv all for .perfect pencil
work. 17 black degrees and
3 copying.
Ameriean Lead
Pencil Co.
I~o FthAvo.
New~ovr e_

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PUYEAR

& HINTZ

328 SOUTH MAIN STREET

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So, dopesters, we are prepared for
your fanciful array of dope, to be seen
or heard on the morrow. This team
or that team may win the collegiate
championship- and then again, they.
may not. So, one word of warning to
you who forsee gridiron happenings:.
"Be prepared with a goodly number
of alibis. You may need them before
the season ends. Moreover, always be
true to your profession. Remember,
be a diplomat!"
The new college cap, imported cloth,
made to our order. In one-piece and
eight-piece. They can't lose their
shape. $2.50 and $3.50. Davis Tog
gery Shop, 119 So. Main.-Adv.

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Fall Trip for Illini Tennis Team
Tennis is still attracting great at-
tention at the University of Illinois.
The varsity team has made plans for a
seven day trip from Oct. 14 to 22.
Games will be played throughout. Illi-
nois, Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri.

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IS IT EXTRAVAGANCE
TO SPAY A LITTLE MORE,

Don't forget to
scription.-Adv.

pay your Da

THE

CREST

FOR YOUR SHOES7
,NOT IF YOU PURCHASE

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FOOTWEAR OF QUALITY

RIDING BREECHES
We are headquarters for Sport, Hiking and Riding Togs
for Ladies and Men, also Riding Habits for Ladies. A large
assortment to select from in Khaki, Whipcord, Corduroy,
Serge, etc. Sport Hose; Leather and Wrap Puttees.

THERE IS WHERE You FIND
APPETIZING LUNCHES and
DELICIOUS SODAS and SUNDAES
ALSO
PURE HOME-MADE CANDY
CHOP SUEY

AND DISTINCTION

302 S. MAIN STREET

PHONE 474-W

TROIT ANN ARBOR CHICAGO
12 Nichols Arcade

Hunting Coats, Breeches,
High-Top Shoes
Munson Army and Dress Shoes, Rubber Boots in Slicker,
Knee, Sport and Hip styles. Moleskin cloth O'Coats, Crav-
enetts and Rain Coats. Reg. O. D. Wool Army Shirts, Dress
Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery, Auto Gloves, Army Blankets,
Auto Robes and Steamer Rugs.

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HOT AND COLD SANDWIONE

T H E

SALADS AND LUNCH

GREY
SHOP

SPECIALS EVERY NOON

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Tom Wye Coats
and Sweaters

NUNNALLY'S
Southern Candy

600 E. Liberty

FOR LADIES, GENTS AND CHILDREN

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It will pay you to get our prices

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Surplus Supply Store
213 N. Fourth Ave.

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OXFORDS

There is one store where Ann Arbor
men may always depend upon get-
ting the right 'thing in. oxfords and
shoes.

Dobbs 'Co's leadership as
NewYork's mo exclusive
HA TTERS is based upon
the 'appreciation of the cop;
redlness of Dobbs Hats by
the men whose approval is1
decisive cW..,Wherever this
supremacy may have rede.
in pad days it is now f'
ly'fixed at the Dobbs shop .

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IS THERE ANYTHING BETTER.
made anywhere than the line of mill products made by the Michigan
Milling Company in Ann Arbor? If not, hy not use these Ann Ar.
bor made goodsInt nu e n
Try Roller King-all purpose flour.
Mimico Bread Flour.
Mimico Pastry Flour.
Mimico Graham Flour.
Mimico Pancake Flour.
Mimico Granulated Golden Meal.
Mimico Buckwheat Flour.
Mimico Breakfast Food.
TRY MIMICO SCRATCH FEED FOR YOUR POULTRY
The above are for sale by all grocers, and at the mill (208 S. Ist
St.). We handle a full line of feeds and coarse grains.
MICHIGAN MILLING CO.
Waiters Aprons, extra heavy weight........ ..... .$ .43
Shrunk finished cotton.
Waiters' Coats-White Duck, correct style......... 2.00
Laboratory Aprons, Black fabricord, extra good. ... 1.00

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The price on each pair is
This shoe is sold exclusively TEN DOLLARS
model has been made to cur
specific orders. We know what the young men want. We are listing
a few below.
1-A rolled edge (sole and upper part of the heel)
in a beautiful Scotch grain leather in both shoe
and oxford. This comes in a brown color, a
rich tan.
2-Adoubledecker(an endurance rigid sole with two
"decks" - light and fashionable in appearance).
The most wonderful leather you ever looked up-
on, heavy but with the beautiful appearance of
a pebbled book-binding. Norwegian calf in ox-X
fords only, tan or black. It can't be described
with justice to it.
3-A black Scotch grain with a stitched heel, oxfords.
DAVIS TOG GERY SHOP
.119 SOUTH MAIN STREET

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Shop Aprons, unbleached, Brown, and Blue Duck....
Saf-Pak Laundry Cases, regular $2.00 values.......
Waste Baskets, Brushes, Mirrors, etc. of many kinds.

.50

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TINKER & CO.
Exclusive Agents for Dob',s Hata
State St, at William

HOAG'S
209-211 E. WAS

PHONE 112

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