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sh Wholesome Meals
ATTRACTIVELY SERVED
A PLEASANT ENVIRONMENT

ITS NOT WHAT YOU GET, ITS WHAT YOU GIE
THATCORES-*-YOST TELLS FRESHMAN ENGINEERS

Coach Outlines Points as Valuable in
Life as In Football

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AT REASONABLE PRICES
- AT THE

play the game; the grandstand is the
place for spectators.
"If the game is going against you,
keep your head up, set your jaw, go to
It.

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LENORE DINING ROOM
Telephone 1856-J
339 SOUTH DIVISION STREET
TS COFFEE CHICKEN PINNER ON SUNDAY

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Coach Yost's philosophy, the spirit
behind the 'fight' in Michigan teams,
formed the backbone of a talk that
he gave at the second freshman en-
gineer assembly, yesterday morning.
In the'quiet, penetrating manner that
he might use before the fall turnout,
Coach Yost developed the following
maxims, which he said he had used
with every team:
"You can't win today on what you
did last Saturday.
"Be aggressive; you' can't win a
game on your own side of the line
of scrimmage.
4"Do your part. The plays are plan-
ned for 11 men to execute, not 10.
"Make the play a personal matter;
leaving it to George gives George the
credit.
"The football field is the place to

"It's not rwhat you get, it's what you
give that scores.
"Use your head; 75 per cent of foot
ball is above the neck."
Coach Yost showed that these max-
ims find application in college life
of every kind, and said, "To the man
who is interested in his work the time
seems too short to do all he wants to
do. I work 12 to 14 hours a day, but
I wish there were 24 more, because I
don't' notice the work at all. You have
only four years; utilize every minute."
Library Displays
Date Collection

>u are hungry,
or

you
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are thirsty,

PHONE 214-F1

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you just need a friend,-
op in at that friendly place.
UTTLE'S LUNCH ROOM
RE'S A DEAL OF
NOWLEDGE IN BOOKS
ad far from the least of these, as every successful
person knows, is the bank' book.,
uire the' bank; book habit and you will succeed.
it by check, it is the easiest and safest way.
RMERS & MECHANICS BANK
uth Main Street. 330 South State Street
(Nickels Arcade)
Member Federal System
DAIRY LUNCH

Engineering

News

Commercial tests of first import-
ance have been completed by the ma-
terials testing laboratory of the En-
gineering college in connection with
the. development of a forged steel
wheel which the Jefferson Forge Pro-
ducts Co. of Detroit is soon to place
on the market. According to Prof. F.
N. Menefee, who, in connection with
Prof. W. E. Lay; conducted the tests,
experts in steel forging sad that the
wheel is a notable contribution to the
art of forging in the United States,.

In commemoration of Dante Aligh-
ieri, the famous Italian writer, the
University library announces as its.
first exhibit of the fall term a collec-
tion of prints and illustrations bear-
ing on his life and work. The exhibit
which is made on the six hundreth an-
niversary of Dante's death, will re-
main in the lower corridor cases dur-
ing the month of October.
The exhibit centers around a large
picture of Dante in the central case
on -the' south wall. In the cases on
either side are numerous copies of
portraits and' busts of the author.
Various editions of his "Divine
Comedy" and minor works are in the
cases to the left of the main entrance.

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h. It's the tailoring that does it.

WOOLENS, HAIR-LINE STRIPE
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the Outstanding New Fabrics this Fall.

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are always glad to shor our woolens

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604 EAST LIBERTY STREET

and wheel men predict a great future Facsimiles of the 14th, century manu-
for it. scripts. are shown as well as numer-
In six months of testing in almost ous early editions in several languages,
every conceivable way, the wheel including the earliest English edition,
showed favorably as compared to oth- printed in' London in 1802. There is
er wheels of standard types. It is also a copy of a translation by Henry
forged, hub, spokes, felloe, and brake W. Longfellow, dated at Boston in
drum, from one piece of steel, in the 1867.
shape of a wooden wheel. It has an The cases on the west side are de-
advantage over most wheels accord- voted to works of Dante's illustrators
ing ito Professor, Menefee, in not be- and prints of Dante's home and sur-
ing subject to swelling or breaking roundings, mostly of Florence. This
under any circumstances, and in collection, considered to be a very
possessing durability and simplicity fine one, is composed chiefly of prints
because it is a single unit. from the Architectural library.

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WITH SOLOISTS AS FOLLQWS:
Nov. 8- Estelle Liebling
A LEADING AMERICAN SOPRANO
Dec. 12- RaouI Vidas
EMINENT FRENCH VIOLINIST
Jan.23- Ossip Gabrilowits
PIANIST - CONDUCTOR
Feb. 20- Hans Kindler
FAMOUS DUTCH 'CELLIST
Mar. 27- Benedetson Netz
ARMENIAN PIANIST
COURSE TICKETS
Nearly 1,000 at.. .... ...............$2.00
Others at $3.00, $4.00 and $5.00 each
A chance for students to hear one of the finest orchest
at an average cost of from 40c to $1 each
Mail orders for tickets given preference until public s
on October 22

FIVE CONCERTS

IN A SERIES OF

:peciaIZitin
)ecialiZe in the purchasing

of

supplies for

decorating,

r store you can always be sure of
g the best there is in the line off
[ paper, paints, varnishes, oils,
brushes, etc.
rt, you can find everything for
rating and at a moderate price.
COME IN' AND'LOOK OVER OUR LINE

Address: CHARLES A. SINK
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC

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TELEPHONE
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TRUNKS
'N EVERYTHING

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
STUDENT'S SUPPLY STO
1111 South University Avenue

wald A. Herz
112 WEST WASHINGTON
PHONE 353-F

Engineers
Agency.

and Architects Materials.
Stationery, Fountain Pens,

White Swan Laundry
Loose Leaf Note Books

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DANCES FRIDAY AND SATURDA
Tickets at Graham's, Slater's and Wahr's uptov

Fischer Drug Co. and Goody,

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