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Ha ler & Fuller, culture. Studio, Cornwell Bldg. For
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Union Tickets

WEST
Home Team Visiting Team
lfichigan ...................M. A. C.
Iowa ....................... Illinois
Ohio State................Minnesota
Northwestern...........Wisconsin N(
Purdue....... .... Notre Dame ga
Missouri Ames ve
Nebraska ..........Haskell Indians mi
Kansas....................... Drake fo
Oklahoma .........Oklahoma A. & M.
Montana ... University of Washington ed
Utah......... University of Wyoming co.
University of Nevada ...... St. Mary's th(
Miami .... Ohio Northern University Ro
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CONCERTS BY
.1 BAUER....October
WCORMACK. November
FRIEDMAN.. December
KREISLER......January
MORINI.... .. .February

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irday 8 to 12, A.
AT HILL AUDITORIUM
THEREAFTER AT SCHOOL -OF MUSIC
Seats Will Be'Available at $4.50, $5.00, and $5.50
INGBREECH
e headquarters for Sport, Hiking and RidingI
and Men, also Riding Habits for Ladies. A]1
to select from in Khaki, Whipcord, Cordu
rge, etc. Sport Hose, Leather and Wrap Put

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HUNTING COATS
BREECHES
High-Top Shoes, Munson Army and I
Shoes, Rubber Boots in Slicker, Knee,
and Hip styles. Rain Coats, Craver
Slickers, Mackinaws, Overcoats, et
TOM WYE COA TS
AND VESTS
We have the Reg. 0. D. 4ool Army S
also. Dress Shirts, Underwear, all kin
Hosiery and Auto Gloves at less than
ular price. Best asortment of Wool
Robes, Steamer Rugs and Army Bla
priced up from $2.50.
Swpeaters for Ladies, CGnilem
and Children
It will pay you to get our prices
GILLETTE RAZORS WITH SIX BLA
IN HANDY CASE AT $1.25

Rival Elevens Have Played Since renewed determination to put their
1893; Two wins for X. A. c. sister institution firmly down and
plant themselves gloriously thereup-
Many years ago, so long, in fact, that on. Last year they fell before Yost's
only time-worn members of the facul-- mediocre aggregation 35 to 0. Last'
ty and staid alumni can rememnber Saturday they bowed to the supe-
'I ty ami ofstaide alumni canegremembero
it, Michigan and M. A. C. first met in I riority of little Albion college, but to-
battle on the gridiron. The exact jday they offer a rejuvenated eleven,
nya, ashon by riderecords oftheheavy, fast, and determined to show,
Athletic association, is 1893, the first that their defeat of a week ago can-1
game of 15 that have taken place to not be reckoned as affecting-theirl
dtebetween the two institutions, playing against their ancient rivals.,
~ dae btwen te to istiu ins, This is M.'A.. C.'s Big .Game. They
and the first of 12 victories for Mich- '
igan over the wearers of the Green are coming, thousands strong, headed
and White. by their 50 piece band and a corps of"
cheer leaders, ready to back, their
5 Wolverines Rave Scored 408
vr a r 4team to the limit, to the end that
In the years that have followed the once more, after five long years of
Togs l Wolverines have amassed a total of waiting, their Green and White may
-arge 408 points, against 55 for M. A. C., wave triumphant.
Michigan scoring more than a quar-
iroy, ter of the total amount in 1902 when
tees. the Yost machine flattened the Ag- X. A. C. TICKET NOTICE *
gics under 'a catapultic advance, scor-I
- ing 119 points without permitting the ~.hr ilb orsre
there will be no reserved
Farmers so much as a sniff at the seats for today's game. Gen-
Michigan portion of the gridiron. .eral .admission tickets for the M.
Dress M. A. C., on the other hand, has de- A. C. game may be purchased at
sport feated Michigan twice, being the first .
netts, of tte thee' teams to come to Ann ohe athletic office from 9 to 12
tc. Ar o ae reiiayt o'clock this morning. Afteite
Arbor for games' preliminary to the will go on sale at the Ferry field
opening of the Conference schedule g
which has ever defeated the Maize gate.
General admission tickets for
and. Blue. The Aggies had always, the Ohio State game may be pur-
with a few exceptions, appeared as chased at the main window at
lilrts, dangerous opponents, but in 1908 they Fe d imedatl after t
ds of Ferry field immediately after the
reg- pulled the surprise of the season, M. A. C. game this afternoon.
Auto holding Michigan to a 0 toO0 score. There is but a limited number of
nkets Then followed four Wolverine victor- such tickets and when these are
ies, but in the fifth year following sold the capacity of the field will
en the tie, 1913, a powerful, husky, have been reached.
Farmer eleven bore down on Ann Ar- . Students will be admitted to
bor and triumphed in a hard fought the M. A. C. game on presenta-
battle by a 12 to 7 count. The Maize tion of ticket number three of
and Blue was superior again in 1914, their athletic book at the gate
but the next year M. A. C. sent down when. properly signed.'
a team which literally mopped the
ADES field with the over-confident Wolver-
ines, winning 24 to 0.
Aggies Boast Heavy Line MORE GOLFERS NEEDED FOR
Ever since that disastrous year the TEAM TO MEET OHIO STAKUE
Michigan colors have been flaunted
over the Green and White, but with More tryouts are needed for golf,
the coming of each season the Aggie if the team that is to represent Mich-
men have returned to Ferry field with igan against Ohio is to be a success.
Only eight men reported yesterday for
practice. The tournament which was
to be held Friday afternoon was post-
poned to Saturday. All those inter-
ested should call W. H. Ingham, '21, at
18. It is necessary that the men should
report as soon as possible because a
game is scheduled with Ohio, Oct. 22.
onTry a Daily Want Ad. It pays-Adv.

EAST
Yale .........Williams
Harvard...........Georgia
Navy ...................Princeton
Cornell . ...Western Reserve
Pennsylvania.........Swarthmore
Syracuse..................Brown
Army....................Wabash
St. Xavier (Cincinnati).......Centre
Pittsburgh .,.............. Cincinnati
Penn State .................. Lehigh
Washington and Jefferson.....
...........Carnegie Tech.
West Virginia.......Ohio University
Rutgers.......Washington and Lee

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of showing you these Gar-
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No charge to you whatever
for a Look. It's a pleasure
to show such garments.

art t:he world

GYM. EQUI

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SOUTH STATE STREET AT WILLIAM STREET

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