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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Men's Clothing Section
(Ground Floor Annex)

RAI N BRIN6S EASY
DAY FORGRID MEN
SPARKS MAY BE SAVED IN FIRST
GAME TO OPEN LATER
CONTESTS

r tkis and next week we have arranged a special exhibit of smart
new models in
Coung Men's Fall Suits
is a cleverness in design, a smartness in make-up and fineness of
al that must appeal to lovers of correct dress. Every suit is splen-
ailored, a masterpiece of the tailor's art, and they are great values.

YOSTMEN PREPARE TO MEET
CASE TEAM NEXT SATURDAY
Cress and McClintock Look Good as
Ends; Genebach May Pilot
Team,

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FOOTBALL MANAGER JOB *

Yesterday a call was issued for
ryouts for manager of the Varsity
ootball team. Only seven men
eported for this work, while there
hould be at least 20 tryouts.
A managership of any Varsity
eam is worth working hard to get,
nd this is especially true of foot-
all, as it is the most important
ollege sport.
Others who wish to try out, but
id not on account of the rain
esterday afternoon can do so by
eporting to Charles Boos at
erry field clubhouse at 3 o'clock
his afternoon.

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Prices Ranging from $19.50 to $35.00

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We set glass in all parts of the
city. C. H. Major & Co.-Adv.
If it's quality you want, see our wall
paper, paints, brushes, etc., before
buying. C. H. Major & Co. Phone
237.-Adv.

Fountain pens, all the best makes,
at Wahr's.-Adv.
" Estimates gladly given on paint-
ing, paper hanging, tinting or any
kind of first class decorating. C. H.
Major & Co.-Adv.

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Athletic Gd
ie Only Store in the City handling Athletic,
Goods exclusively

Correct Style

- GYM SUITS

- Prices Right

Steady rain and a soggy field kept
the Yostmen from their customary
daily scrimamge yesterday, and sig-
nal practice was the order of the day.1
Drenched and muddy, the men went
through the different formations that
are to form the defense of the Varsity
against Case on Saturday.
Because of the lop-sided victory
that Ohio State put over on Case a
while ago, Michigan fans are count-
ing on a victory against the scientists.
However, Case has improved greatly
since the tussle with the Ohioites, and
is expected to display a very difffer-
ent brand of football Saturday.
Yost may start Sparks at quarter,
although many think he should save
the whirlwind pivot-man for later con-
tests. Genebach, although lacking in,
experience, may start at this position
Saturday, unless Michigan* fails sig-
nally on the defensive.
Although the mentor is non-com-
mittal, it appears likely that he will
send out the following men to meet

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Cal for 1,000 'Men to Guard Ballots
Dishonesty and present day politics
seem inseparable. Columbia has just
issued a call for 1,000 men to join the
Honest Ballot association. The pur-
pose of this group is to better election
conditions and do away with as much
bribery and trickery as possible.
We are expert floor finishers, and
Old English Floor Wax, only 55c. C.
H. Major & Co.-Adv.
Assembly at Armory every Satur-
day night. Admission 75c.-Adv.
Patronize Our Advertisers.-Adv.

This Store is the headquarters for Gym Supplies

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Sa ve 10 p er c ent on your
Laundry Bills
Get our p ric es on students'
soft' wash
i No more worn out skirts
- around neck bands by rough
COllars
SWe smnooth iniside and outside
: We darn your socks, sew on
i buttons and do all mending
FREE
~All goods washed in soft water
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GE . J. MOE
"SPORT SHOP"

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the easterners:
Elmer Gress, left end; Culver,
tackle; Boyd, guard; Beath, center;
Goodsell, guard; Weske, tackle; Mc-
Clintock, end; Sparks or Genebach,
quarter; Hanish, right half; Froemke,
left half, and Wieman, fullback.
Elmer Cress, who starred on last
year's All-fresh, is a good man on the
end, and ought to satisfy the coach
in this place. Culver, another '19 man
at tackle, is likely to take the left
tackle job on Saturday.

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WuerthTheatre
BOOKINGS FOR OCTOBER
SMatinees 3:30. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous
Thurs-Fri-45-Mme. Petrova in "The
Law of the Land." Also Keystone=
= Comedy. "=
Sat-6-Mary Miles Minter in "Melissa of
the Hills." Also Serial, "Neglected S
Wife." No. 5.
Sun-Mon-7-8-Billie Burke in "The Mys-
terious." Also Holmes Travels and
Victor: Moore Comedy. ..
Tues-Wed-9-ioMae Murray inyA Mor-=
": man Maid." Also O'Henry Stories.
Thurs-Fri-ir-12-Sessue Hayakawa in
"Hashimura Toga." Also Keystone
Comedy.-
Sat-13-Wm. Russell in "Prideandthe
Man." Also Serrial, "Neglected
Wife," No. 6. _______

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FRESHMEN WILL PLAY
VARSITY TEAM TOAY

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MITCHELL'S PUPILS ARE TRYING
TO STRENGTHEN A WEAK
LINE

Orpheum Theatre =
BOOKINGS FOR OCTOBER
= Prices: zoc unless otherwise specified
Matinees 2s.30 Nights 6:30. 8, 9:30
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous
! Thurs-4-Wm. Desmond in "Master of
= His Home." Evening Esc. Also
Triangle Comedy and Ford.
Fri-5-Louise Glaum in "Golden Rule
= Kate." Triangle Comedy and Ford.
Sat.-6-Gladys Hulette in "Miss No-
= body." Mutual Comedy and Travels.=
Sun-q-Shirley Mason in "Lady of the
Photo." "Do Children Count?" two
= reels.-=
Mon-8-Gail Kane in "The Bride's Si-
F ence." Serial. Helen Holmes in
"Lost Express," No. i. =
= Tues-g-Thos. Ince in "Civilization."
! Evening 15c.-
Wed-io-John Mason in "The Liber-
! tine." 7 Reels. Evening 15c.
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ADLER- RCCHESTERClothes
Lookers become buyers at the Lutz
Clothing Store
hen you wear clothes of the current mode
)u are conveying the information that you
e a man of progressive ideas.
11 progressive men recognize the superior
iality of Adler Rochester Clothes.

Twenty-six men reported for fresh-
men football practice last evening at
Ferry field. The rain scared a con-
piderable number of candidates away,
although today is the day set for the
first scrimmage between the Varsity
and the freshmen.
Two teams were put through a hard
fifteen minute battle which resulted
An one touchdown for the first team.
Carpus, the fullback, carrying the ball
cross.
The first year men look good and
-hould put up a good scrap against
Yost's men, when they meet this after-
noon. Although not particularly
beefy, they have the speed and the
grit. The freshman class in the Uni-
versity seems to be lacking in large
;men if the turn out for the fresh team
pan be taken as evidence.
According to Coach Mitchell there
is considerable opportunity for heavy
pnen to find places in the line if they
show up to any advantage at all, as
the present line is apt to be the weak
spot of the team.
The line up for the game this aft-
ernoon is, of course but temporary,
and most of the men will be given
the chance to show what they can do.
The following men will start the game
for the freshmen: Fletcher, L.e.;
Henry, l.t.; Tinchac, l.g.; Clippert,
p.; Culver, r.e.; VonWagner, r.t.;
Bock, r.e.; Uschell, q.; Reid, l.h.;
Britton, Bailey, or Carpus, r.h.; and
Usher, f.b.

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General Pershing
CAN'T WIN
THE WAR
WITH JUST
SAMMIES
He has to have a private stenographer-he needs ammunition, food and sup-

plies made in America.

Already Business is feeling the strain. It needs more

trained stenographers and bookkeepers to meet the new demand and to fill
the positions left vacant by the men who are called to fight for their country.
Help Pershing and the Sammies win the war by working for your country.
Trained workers are needed as much as trained fighters. Your Camp Custer,
your Fort Sheridan is HAMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE.
Our courses are thorough. We teach Gregg Shorthand which is the system
Gen. Pershing's private stenographer, uses. Tuition is slight.

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Women Capture Columbia's New Dorm
Morrie Dunne! Where art thou?
The women are gradually taking pos-
session of Columbia university. Even
Furnald hall, Columbia's newest dorm
for men is now occupied by demure,
pretty, witty, short, tall and all the
other 57 varieties of young maidens.
Instead of rough masculine voices,
sweet girlish giggles and gentle laugh-
ter resound through the halls of Fur-
nald. Silken skirts swish, delicate
perfumes and soprano voices reign su-

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Classes arranged to fit your programs. Location very convenient.
DON'T DELAY-ENLIST TODAY _

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FRIDAY, OCT. 5,1917

Dr . T. G. Yeoman and Dr. L. A. King
are in Ann Arbor attending the clinic
opening of the Homoeopathic Medical
school

Hamilton Business College
STATE AND WILLIAM STREETS

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Dacing 9 to 1

Tickets at Busyree

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tIke" Fisher's Jazz Band

We are decorating some of the best
homes in the city. Call 237. C. H.

_Major & Co.--Adv.

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