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7. 1EL MICHIGAN DAILY

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$3.00 and $4.50

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Wadhams & Co.

STATE STREET

MAIN STREET

A. F. MARQUARDT

Campus Tailor

516 E. Williams

R. I C E'S
ANN ARBOR'S BEST SHOE SHOP
Finest work on Neolin Soles and Rubber Heels in the city
Always clean and up-to-date

329 SOUTH MAIN STREET
Opposite Opheum Theatre
WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED

Phone 2428

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A HAND BUILT
PRODUCT OF
PRIDE
CUR'TIS
TIRES
Adjustment Basis is 6,000
miles of service
VULCANIZED
PRODUCTS
Muskegon, Mich.
'TYPEWRITERS
For Sale and Rent
TYPEWRITING
Mimeographing
Fraternity and Social Stationery
0. D. MIORRILL
322 South State Street

FOR
EVERYTHING
ELECTRICAL
No Job too Small or too Large
WASHTENAW
ELECTRIC SHOP
"The Shop of Quality"
If it's not right we make it right
- PHONE 273 -

FRESHMEN DEFEAT NOTRE
DAME YEARLINGS 19 TO 3
MI THELL'S JwrE 'HOW TARED
1IMLPR{VEit1FNT IN ALL
POINTS
Notre Dame All- fresh football team
fell before the powerful attack of the
Michigan youngsters, on Ferry field
yesterday afternoon 19 to 3.
Three touchdowns by the verdants
against one goal from the field by the
Catholics, tells the story of a game in
wich the yearlings out played their
opponents in every department with
the exception of kicking.
All the counters were made during
the first half. In the first quarter
Usher carried the ball around right
end for 60 yards and a touchdown.
Later Usher ran 40 yards for another
counter. He kicked but one goal.
Notre Dame Scores i Second
Notre Dame's only points came in
the beginning of the second period.
After the Hoosier backs returned a
punt to Michigan's 40 yard line, and
made two first downs through the line,
Hogan dropped-kicked from the 20
yard line.
The last score of the game came near
the end of the first half. Two passes
and a 30 yard run by Bailey put the
ball on Notre Dame's one yard line and
Urschell went over for the final six
points.
Complete but Five Passes
But five passes were completed,
two by Notre Dame and three by the
verdants. The final play of the game
was a pass which netted the Catholics
30 yards, but as the ball fell into
the arms of Wrape, the Hoosiers' right
end, the whistle blew. One pass Usher
to Boville, advanced the freshmen 35
yards in the last period.
For the freshmen Boville, Usher, and
Bailey put up the best football. Bo-
ville and Karpus on the ends stopped
attempted end runs repeatedly. Bailey
played his usual good game on the of-
fense and defense. Usher's long end
runs made two of the touchdowns.
Summary:
Michigan Notre Dame
Freshmen 19 Freshmen 3
Karpus .........L.E...........Miles
Culver .......... L.T..........Vohs
Hobbs ..........L.G.......... Owens
MacNickol.......C.......... Cooney
Henry ..........R.G........ Murphy
Peocock .......R.T......... Blum
Boville......... R.E.......... Wrape
Urschell ..........Q...........IHogan
Usher ..........L.H...Donovan, Capt.
Bailey ..... ; .....R.H....... Lombardo
Stuart ........ ..F.B........... Dooley
Touchdowns: Usher 2, Urschell, 1.
Goals from touchdown: Usher 1.
Substitutions: Michigan freshmen--
VanWagner for Hobbs; Lent for Van
Wagner; Timchac for Lent; Wetzel
for Boville; Reed for Stuart
Notre Dame freshmen- McNamara
for Dooley; Maher for Hogan.
Officials: Referee Dalrymple, Knox.
Umpire, Rogers, Olivet. Head-lines-
man, Joseph, Chicago School of Phy-
-ical Education.
LOCAL COAL SHORTAGE DUE
TO HEAVY USE OF ANTHRACITE
Mayor E. M. Wurster of this city
has received a letter from the United
States fuel administration explaining
the coal shortage that has occurred
in the city this fall.
The letter states that Ann Arbor has
received more coal this year than it
had up to the same date last year.
The coal shortage was caused by the
fact that anthracite coal is being used

where formerly bituminous coal was
employed. As anthracite coal is limit-
ed in quantity, the coal shortage can
only be remedied by restricting the
supply of this coal to occupations
where it is absolutely necessary.
War Fund Totals $26,380,658
New York, Nov. 17.-With two weak,-
days remaining in the $35,000,000 war
fund drive of the Y. M. C. A., it was
announced from the headquarters of
the national war works council that
the grand total of subscriptions raised
throughout the United States total to-
night $26,380,658.
Class dancing at the Packard Aca-
demy' Monday and Thursday eve-
nings, 7:30 to 9:30. Private lessons
by appointment. k'none 1850-F1.
-Adv.

SUNDAY SERVICES IN
ANN ARBOR-CHURCHES
Second Baptist Church
Sermon at 10:30 by' the Rev. J. B.
Pharr on "The Small Beginning and
Rapid Growth of the Kingdom." Meet-
ing of the B. Y. P. U. at 6:30. Even-
ing service at 7:30, subject, "The En-
' thronement of the Kingdom."
Broadway X. E. Church
Class meeting at 9:30; 10:30 Sun-
day school; C. E. prayer meeting at
5:30; Christian Endeavor meeting at
6 o'clock; 7 o'clock evening service.
First Church of Christ (Scientist)
Service at 10:30, subject, "Mortals
and Immortals." Testimony meeting,
Wednesday at 7:30.
Trinity English Lutheran Church
Sermon by Rev. S. A. John at 10:30.
Bible school at 10:45.
Presbyterian Church
Rev. Leonard A. Barrett preaches
at 10:30 on "Thirty Pieces of Sil-
ver." Bible school following the morn-
ing service. Young People's service
beginning with a social half hour at
6:30.
Church of Christ
University Bible classes at 9:3'0.
Sermon by Rev. F. W. Norton at 10:30,
subject, "Christianity a Trust." Bible
school at noon. Christian Endeavor
at 6:30.
Free Methodist Class
Regular meeting at 2 o'clock.
Preaching at 3 o'clock by Mr. Foulk,
the pastor.
Bethel A. M, E. Church
James A. Charleston, pastor. Ser-
vice at 10:30, subject, "Forgiveness."
Communion. Sabbath school at 12:30.
Subject of 7:30 service, "Suffering."
Bethlehem Evangelical Church
G. A. Neumann, pastor. English
service, 9 o'clock; Sunday school, 9:45;
German service, 10:45. Evening ser-
vice at 7 o'clock, illustrated lecture on
Luther, and the Reformation, Part I.
First Baptist Church
Bible school, 9:30. Sermon by Rev.
J. M. Wells at 10:30, subject, "Over
the Top." Guild meeting at 6:30.
Baptist Guild House
Class by Prof. Leroy Waterman at
9:30; at noon, class taught by Rev.
J. M. Wells, subject, "The Democratic
Principles of Two Hebrew Prophets."
'Community Chapel Association
Community meeting at 7:30; address
by Rev. J. M. Wells on "The Uplifting
Influence of Camp Custer."
German N. E. Church
Rev. H. Bau, pastor. Sunday school
at 3:30. Morning worship at 10:30.
Evening services in English at 7
o'clock.
St, Paul's Evangelical Lutheran
Church
Sermon in German by Rev. H. A.
Brauer at 10:15 on "Profit and Loss."
Sunday school, 11:30. Lecture on
Luther at 7:30.
Zion Lutheran Church
Rev. E. C. Stellhorn, pastor. Eng-
lish service at 8:30 and 7:30. German
service at 10:30. Sunday school at
9:30.

Bible Chair House
Class at 4 o'clock, subject, "The"
Bible Account of the Origin of Sin."
Unitarian Church'
Address by Rev. R. S. Loring at
10:30 on "The Doctrine of Evolution
and the Idea of God." At 6:30 ad-
dress by Prof. J. W.. Langley, "Rem-
iniscences of Michigan."
Congregational Church
Church school, 9:30; 10:30, sermon
by Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas, topic: "The
Passing of the Kings." Address by
Dr. Jeanne C. Solis at noon, on "The-
rapeutics and Religion." Plymouth
Round Table, missionary play entitled,
"Two Masters," at 6:45.
Methodist Church
Prof. Harris Franklin Rall of North-
western university will preach. Sub-

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FURNISHINGS.

For 30 Year the Best

VARSITY TOGGERY SHOP

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Suits anid O'coats

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Fountain of Youth
for your Candies-both boxed and plain
We make a specialty of light lunches. Call and try
them at
The Fountain of Youth
Corner of State and E. Liberty

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Tailored to your
Individual Style

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Calkins Drug
Company

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Sweaters
All wool Good dyes

Football Pictures
Hot Chocolate and Soda after the Game

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324 S. State and
1123 S. University Ave.

Brugs, Soda, Kodaks, Candles

Michigan

C entral

Special Train

to Chicago

200 E. Washington
Ann Arbor

117 Pearl
Ypsilanti

STOP AT
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338 MAYNARD
For Lunches and Sodas

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Chinese and American Dishes
WAI KING LOG
Joe Gin, Prop.

314 S. Etate St.

Phone 1244-M

Radio Military
WristWatches
$4.25 to $21

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If you have not already registered for
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transportation on the special train to
Chicago for the Michigan-Northwest-
ern football game, to leave Ann Arbor
at 10 P. M., Friday, Nov. 23rd, please do
so at once in order that ample equip-

Fountain Pens
Waterman
and ConKlin

F your shirt could talk it would tell
you an interesting story when it
returns from a trip to our laundry.,It
would tell you a story of modern
methods, of sanitary conditions and
of expert knowledge.
MOE LAUNDRY
.Phone 2355 204 No. Main St.
MICHIGAN ALUMNUS CONTAINS
NEWS OF MEN AT THE FRONT
Brimming with news of Michigan
men in military service is the Novem-
her number of Michigan Alumnus
which is just out.
Numerous letters of martial and
camp life in France and a 15-page
continuation of the war directory re-

U.of K. Jewelry
Schlanderer & Seyfried
veal the activity of University alumni
and ex-students.
There is also an article on the Uni-
versity union in Paris where 46
American colleges and universities
are on the roll. Prof.C. B. Vibbert,
'04, has charge of the Michigan men
at the union.
Professor Sharfman Speaks Tonight
Prof. I. L. Sharfman of the econo-
mics department will speak to the
Menorah society at 8 o'clock tonight
in Newberry hall on "The Duty of the
Hour."
Prof. Sharfman was one of the or-
ganizers of the first Menorah society
at Harvard university and was also
instrumental in helping form the
Michigan branch several years ago.

ment may be provided to

accommo-

date the large number who will go.

HARRY

A. TILLOTSON.

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Quarry's andAStudents
The &ta ADVE RIS.N Supply Store

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FOR RENT
FOR RENT-$35 for splendid rooming
house, Division corner Kingsley.
Steam heat and all improvements.
Always rented for $66. Don't miss.
Herbst, Loans, Rentals,, and Insur-
ance, Savings Bank Building.
FOR RENT- Michigan Union Dance
Hall for Friday, Dec. 7th. Call
Michigan U.nion. Phone 2370.

WANTED
WANTED-- Young lady assistant in
University Library wishes lady
room-mate in pleasant suite at Mrs
Keech's, 525 E. Univ. Phone 96-M.
LOST
LOST-Why bemoan the loss of that
article when you can get it back
through this column.

SPEAK
For Your Christmas Victrola
Early
Select the one you want today. We will hold
it for you and deliver when you wish.

ject, 10:30, "The Second Mile"; 'at
7:30, "Christian Faith in Time of War."
Bible classes for college men at 9:30
a. m. Song service at University hos-
pital at 3 o'clock. Wesleyan guild
meeting at 6 o'clock preceded by social
half hour.
Buy your alarm clocks at J. L
Chapman's, Jeweler. 113 S. Main.
-Adv.
Gasoline 23c, Polarine 60c. Staebler
& Co.,,117 S. Ashley St.--Adv.

Denmark Raps Undesirable Al
Copenhagen, Nov. 17.-The gov
ment has submitted a bill to the _I
ish parlfament authorizing the ex
sion from Denmark of any undesira
foreigner, even those residing in
country for more than two years.
law is aimed at spies and other ob
tionable persons, but may be invc
to reduce alien consumers of I
mark's food supply.

GRINNELL BROS.

116 S. Main St.

Officers' Uniforms at
G. H. Wild & Co., State

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