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CC U ~left in finanfal straits. Lona
BEM~laen necoiat d fr the elief
BO410IGEY MAN "O AL"TII A lYS13 fthm btnoprmnn
TO HUR1O A'S LAG CHANCES DEA'AUHC[[W CAPeavila abe ror t u u-.scaherae
INS~~i LODEhOeRP Tmeeting, emphasized h

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NotD~siea~end y Pw.'SIMwh~ r arc trying to drill it into the men he-
Date, Farmers WVIli Coe. in fore the struggle this week end.
Largst -Sumhrs Eer Will Use Passes
Largst Nmbes Evr IThe passing attack which the A-
PA 551W GAII!IOT USED ogies have held uap their sleeves during'
BIEFOE IVUW L BE OB'I'.N)k the earlier part of the fall in antici--
pation of the M\ichigan gamze is being
(Special to The Daily)' improved. D~uring the Indiana game?
East Lansing, Nov'. 1.-With the the aerial attack was withheld until
biggst ant oftheseaon nlytwot ?e last few minutes of play when as\
! a last resort the F+~arm~ers opened up,
days off conzsiderable speculation as ! coig n touchidowni before the fin-
to the makeup of the team to face al whistle blew. The Hoosier tear.'
Michigani is being ind.culged in by the was powerless against the openz work
Agiespporters. Last week, in thej of the Aggie~s and 'it is bound to be
gg' - s' IUsed ag,inst Michifgan if TM., A. r.
Indiana gamec, every ma.n played hhi once gets on the offensive side of the
position well fo~r the most part an(, field.I
itl is understood that practically the Probably t he largest numiber of
rooters that ever rsuppo~rted azznAggie
samte tc am will be used against thf emina u-f-tw am ilb
Wolernes Cac Baro, p t t i1 Ann Arbor Saturday. It is esti-
l~re e. t time has .failed to issue zay 1mated that '5,000 ?l. A. C. studen1ts and
staemets n te mtte an it~'alumni of the school, accompanied b)y,
expectedt that he will await the ou1t- th iiaybn wl aeteti
<, onie cf the remainina ;practice ses-Alhug htamdwiloks poo r pa
r :ons befre hemke nydflioper its supporters -,re always on the
decision2s. 4~ f~~k
fra l of - rinrv a-U.lin II .fm tp of the,

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X50ici . Brtn.The Dresdnt unoat-,
ghte-.onie (,ho of reei ai iug and dWO-_
1i'~ alh h iiriywr
5 theida5 1111fr touth L!.

Reet un,,ir erelff. .Hubbard, of Hoon
tofl, who ttended! the meetingsuggt
ed hat bonund couies o~f all Univers
o iiapblications be compiled. T
~n e~ ig aprovd te lan.
All stud nts n eology, zoology,
botany, and epCiaf ]'lly beginninga
dets ", will be interested in a se vie

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~L.0s <n fostss i t be given in ti
Gefology depar renit by Prof. C. I
Te f rst talkof teseries wIvil 1
ti - , at 10o'h lock today in room G3
N",1,a1 uli h ilei-:"ywill be "oslWhat They AT
a=',(! Why," and th ile lecture will be i
3 o:strated rwithl .m:any sp(aemnsof fo
..js nd i~th hu 1-.;tern sl. ides.

Aggles itot Downhearted
The Aggies will keep nothing un-
den. cover in the coming contest, e'th-
or in the way of tricks or energy. This
year's team has been pointed for the
Maize and Blue and everything wrll
be sacrificed in an .attempt to ga r
victory. The reverses that the team
;~has met earlier in the season are an
asIset to the Green and White. They
have ever -hirfg to win and nothing I
to lose 'while Michigan, with a trami
of, smashing victories behind her,
in an opposite position.' The strong
-t showing which the Farmer elevenj
made last week against the Hoosiers
w asaa wonderful comeback after thel
disheartening defeat at the hands of
Wabash college 'the week before an(I
wvith a acoerresponding impro rement
th)is week there will. be a real 'strug-
Ole on Ferry field Saturday after-
noon.,
.Jeohnson Does Punting
For the last three afternoons' there'
has b ,(n no strenuous practice. The
gates have been closed every day to
everybody not directly connected with
the squad while the. drill 'sessions are
going ,on. Most of the work has been
in the form of signal practice togeth-
er with punting and passing drill:
Captain Johnson, who bore the. brunt
in the Aggie kicking department last
Saturday,, has been getting off sonme
fine punts and although he is not the1
equal of Harry Kipke, the Wolverine
toe artist, he will be constantly
threatening if anything goes wrong;
with Kipke's booting.
Nothing new in the way of forina- f
tionis has been handed out to the!
-- squad foi..>use .in- the game against
Mbichiigan. Practically the same type
of offensive which has been used in
the earlier games of the . season is
being perfected. During the othr:
gamnes technique has been lacking in
most of the playfing and the coaches

nuimber of disappointmnents which
they have suffered in the last few
Years they are looking for an upsef
this year.
Have Won TwiceS
In 1915 the M. A. C. teani went t,
Ann Arbor with the same feeling of
Iuncertainty that they will 'take wvith
thern Saturday, but when they left
they carried a 24 to 0 victory back te.
East Lansing. The only other timi
that tihe Farmers trampled on the
IMaize and lule was in 1913 when they
handed Mich~gan her only defeat of
the season, 12 to 7.
The memory- of these two triumphs
has lasted the supporters of the
Green and White for a long tim1e and
they are ready for another triumph
this season. No gyne really expects it
but every M. A. C. student is morn
than ready for it and the Aggie team
is ready to use its last ounce of n-
e. rgy in fighting for it.
~CONFERENCETTLEAT
STAK TilS WEKEN

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iowaN ti 70-@ et'est star'.4. Gor .,31) oclke, It n LIAhnd Parkih, Cs;. .;.(! ': x Kadsh", C'Id,
By 'ormasib ?. lre ?tIti a Je harist part of the season-still Twvo other meumbers of the tea,
Apparently brlessed with stars thiat' abc ad. Lelaid Parkin, at quarter, hias . :.Y a_ "right half, and kris at right
cancary te tam o asecnd ralrIeady far excoaeded 0!e fonvdest hopes Ird broke intIo Conferenfc -ames
ca 'ar h em oascn h o aans Who mourned the passin I last seoson and showied they had the;
'1en title in w;,, yeprs, the Iowa foot ' uryDvn.1uswr ntesuf he two biglholes in the rko
bal1 team n now is in danger of losingYaetm aln u=deser ox- 11 b the p,Lsing; of dusky "Duke"
1title thiro ,t'lsack of Inorale. Thils perts to tabulate hire as ain 11A-Am- Clater ,nd th~e fleet end, Pldi', area
is the f eingr of at least a part of ercnpsiiiy a aek,.) rigfle,stagely enough, by~
M1 i ~star last year, has blossomed forth as r een men, but ca,,ablle ones. Eng-
the~~~~~ wls ~i-wr fIoasfrue.amre brillianlt end. 21s a r i ning eIter Y;, 220 poundsa and fast for his
It mrayiJ be onl:'y relaxation.n aft.er the;roete for Parkin in aerial andl 00p eintis liayinrg in Duke's shoes,f
rigid preparantion jfcr the Yale gme ' field pla.ys he is sparkling. Gordon ;anl Joll Hancock is -writing his name,
the preceding week. That- the c-onch -I ecke is as great ar line lunger as ever.' in big letters in foldinlg's place on the
Linisol t cmuorar:ostadherents ,,Of the othber mr1embers five Nxx r're- tlghln.
believe, and they have faith in Howt-. glars last year and are playing we'll. lowa has - two games still ahead that
ard Jones' abiilly to bring the team Thompson at left tackle, Minick at vill test its metal to the limit. These
hacki to its harmonious condition. left guard, Fieldt at center, Mead at are with Ohio State and Minnesota.
Aside from this rpsyehological condi- right guard and Shuttlewortlh at left; The Towans meet Minnesota Nov- 11.

Engineers' and Architects'. Materials
Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Books
Cameras and Supplies
Candaies, Laundry Agency, Tobaccos

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(By Normian E. Brown)
Fielding Yost and his Michigan
eleven now seem headed for the "Big
Ten" title. And their fight to land
the championship bids fair to mxake
the western conference race this sea-
son the most tor rid in its ex stence.
fiWhile the Wolverines rest-speak-
ing from a conference standpoint-;
and engage with the Mich gin Ag-
gi es-Minnesota and Wi scon sin are
girding their moleskin clad loins for
the biggest battle of the week in the
conference.
This game to be played at Minne-
apolis, is fraugh~t with posstilities.

'Minnesota has not lost a conference Mat he r Mitchell Write Book On
game to edate. It has won two. Itj
has, however, a tied game in its re-' BaskethalC acl jug And Sciencel
ord. Wisconsin has gone undefeated - ---
to date, albeit the team has played bu' Feeling; the nead of a disser tation Mit."'hell is a former University of
one coiifexerice' game. The ictoriouts treating basketball, complctely. ;Michigani base hail captain. He has
team in this coining game will be in Coach E. J. M1athzer, Varsty basket- tu~rne(! oust basketball teams of chai.n-
a position to say considerable in de- 1ball coach, and E. D. MI~itchell, di- 1invi airefrUin Hg
c:ding the conference race. mector ofIntrlmuraeathleticohave .
The following Saturday innesota edited and prepdred fo.r st? aleac -(0o11o rn andad h tt
takes on the chamnpionship Iowa cloy- plete book of 12 chapters entitled ; orilaOl Co)llege at Ypsilanti. At on
en. Victories in these two games' "Basket Ball". f tune he was Michigan's head basket-
would not only eliminate the champs "Basket Ball" discusses the 1?eb j balcoaOch, and in two years tinge he'
and Wisconsin but would put M4inne- lenis of basketball coaching, t<cni- brouigh;lt 1Michi gan's team up intc
s ota in a commnanding position in the tioning. treatment of injuries, individl - r, pia co in the Conference stand-
race. I al play, the teaching of fundament- '=k5 Snce changing to his present
Should Wisconsin triumph the als, work-out methods, discussion of ;positioni, he hnas been in active touich
Madison team will go into the game the leading style of defensive and of- with the game through th medium cof
with MJichigan Nov. 18, with the idea I Pensive teamplay, generalship, and iin-(' u ainecs.11
of eimiat~n th nowflahingMi~i- ludces a set of 75 dliagrams from which -
igan eleven from the scramnblemnany a winning play has been built.
The attack Wisconsin has shown
tdaemksia voieapr,-- Both oith.,rierihaetadlogR
todaemae i fvoie tpr. eper*nnce, in the capic~ty of tulayen N ALA
enit over Illinois in. their coming clash coach andc official. Mather was cap- '
in the week that intervenes betweeni= tamn of Lake Forest College's basket- FRYOUR oLD PEN &
th Mnnsta adMihiangme. nell team (luring h~ud d e 4 ST1ANDARD MAKE'
the innsot an Miciga gaes is uderradateIn Exchanve For a
The week's layoff for tihe Michigan 'days, and upon .graduating became F~ ~ R MA TRE
team would mnean mucIh to Yost were coach at Ktalanias~oo college, Lake AiDER .u pen TEobc rPeNo
it not that the team p~lays its great- Forest College' and finally at Michni-- DIERIS PEN SHOP
est rival-the Michigan Aggies.- gan.
Whether or not halfback Kiplke, one Coach Mather has made good at -cv-
of Yost's three biggest stars will be cry place that he has been selecteed
in shape for that game is unknown, to coach the basketball team. The ~
on s h ~etha ee nyears: . collegiate Association chanzioznsip).: r,
__-- ----- l in a row.- Kalamazoo not losing a
Lost Something? Let a "D~aily" class- game the three years that. he was
ified ad find it for you.-Adv. there. The last three years uinder his "
{ -- tutoring the Wolverines have tied for TRADE MARK REG. u. s._PAT40F#.
Glot a room to rent?, A Rially c assi- I first and sccond places in the West-
fledl ad will Finn a roomer.-Adv. ern Conference. N'E RIGINAL WIDE

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food enough, H asty
meals are harmf ul,but
Wrigley's stimulates the
fow of saliva that helps.
the stomach take care

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Liner Rates: Twelve cents per line, without contract, paid in advance.
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LOST
LOST--On Saturday, October 28, at
Ann Arbor, either on Ferry field or
in vicinity, a broach, large turquoise
matrix scarab set in ,gold, four
knots twisted at ends, top, bottom
and rimi inset with black enamel. A
lengthy engraved inscription on
back. Greatly prized as heirloom.
Libertal reward if returned to Frank
14. Alfred, Room 301, Fort St. Union
Depot, Detroit. 33-2
LOST-One Red Rider "Master -Pen"
in Farmers' an'd MVechanics' Bank
$between 12 and 2 on Tuesday. Find-
er please call Harry Kipke at, 319.
34
LOST-Friday afternoon,- gray belt to
lady's coat somewhere on S. Univer-
sity, Oxford Road, or 'Geddes Ave.
Finder please call 2911. 33-2
LOST-,At Columbus after 0. S. U.
game, at Hotel Deschler, anl Alsco
camera 3 1-4x4 1-4. Reward. Call
3415. 34-2
LOST-Cloth overcoat belt, light tan,
two button. Finder please call
1324-M. 33-2
LOST--A brown overcoat belt on
State St. last Saturday. Call' Adams
J.ZL3t1. _33-2
WANTED
\rV.4TED-Stu dent who has had ex-
perience in clock repairing for few
flours work each week. State ex-
perience in letter addressed to Box
P. B. cIo Daily. 33-3
WVANTED-Student agent for new
portable phonograph. Call Mr.
Lampe, 1037-U~, after 9 p. iii. 34-2

FOR SALE~
FOR SALE-L. C. Smith, Corona,
Hammond, Underwood, Remington,
Royal, Oliver and other typewriters
$15.00 up. Small payments If de-;
sired. Renting and repairing.
Theses typewritten. 'Twenty years
experience in Ann Arbor. Why
take chances? 0. D. Morrill, 17j
ickels Arcade.
FOR SALE-Gibson Tenor banjo.
Excellent condition. $40.00 cash.
Call 2518-W between 6:30 and 7:30
ask for Smith. 33-2
FOR SALE--Remington portable
typewriter. Call Black 432 Thomip-
son. 1128-- 34-4
FOR SALE-.-Sweet Cider. Bring your
jug. Cha% K Ilager, 617 S. Main St.
10-25
FOR SALE- 'Remington typewriter,
cheap. 302 S. Division. Phone 251-W.
' 34-21
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and use Wrigley's ater'
every meal.,
It keeps teeth- White,
breath sweet and corn.fat edlsou
Thifs I. Wrieleyls new
brangIn ~thehe~rIeyW de-
light and, benefits to youz
fix a new form.

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All Kinds 'f Athletic Equipment
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Complete Gym Outfit, Including'Shoe!3

You woulddn't wear la
tourniquet. * Why bind "
veins and muscles ┬░With a
garter that depends oan ad-
justed tightness? No adjustments
on the E. Z.
.5c to $1, everywhere, in single-grip and the
K. Z. 2-Grid?, and the F. Z. Sport Garter. Made
solely by The Thos. P. Taylor Co., Bridgeport, Conn.
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FOR RENT-A beautiful 6-room
house in southeast section. Juist3
finished and moder'n to the minute.
An ideal home and may be leased. ,
Worth $100 per month. A little less
will secure it. Cole and Huss, 24
Ann Arbor Savings Bank Block.
Phone 1578-J or 2763-R. Ask for
Mrs. Tolford. 34
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Golf Suits
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