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October 13, 1917 - Image 3

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THE' MICHIGAN DAILNP

PAGS TRIM

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGIII THR

OKORGE SICHOFFA
FL O RIST
Cholie Cut Flowers and Plants
220 Chaplapst. Phone-"9M

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WE WILL SELL
10 Universal
50 Houser
50 King Trailer
Doble-Detroit
100 Graham
WE WILL BUY
50 Harron
100 Hupp

OMIOANS, TO MEET
Radical Changes in Lineup of Team
Creates Much Speculation
Among Rooters
FANS WILL WATCH CLOSELY
GENEBACH AT PILOT JOB
Varsity Breaks Defense of Scrubs; In-
structed in Mt Union's Open
Plays
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* TODAY'S CAST OF CHARACTERS'

looking for hill and dale men, as the
schedule this year requires an extra-
ordinary strong team. Dope from in-
ter-conference quarters indicates that
the completition in the intercollegiate
will require a faster team than the
Wolyerines now have.
Among the men who give the most
promise are: Stohl, Meehan, Donnley,
Fuess, Maynard, Cuthbert, Batty, and
Comloquoy.
Stohl was on last year's All-fresh
team and showed his ability in the
half. Meehan ran the intercollegiates
two years ago and was rapidly round-
ing. into condition this fall when he
was taken sick. He was released from
the hospital last night, and will re-
port on the field in the middle of the
week. Donnley and Fuess were team-
mates on the C. C. C. team two years
ago.
Bass Soloist wanted for church pos-
ition. Call 312 S. Division, Phone
212-J.-Adv.
Subscribe for theMichigan Daily.

BOARD
NEW

ATHLETIC MANAGERSHIPS
SHOW SEJERAL ACANCIES

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DIRECTORS TO APPOINT
FOOTBALL AND BASE-
BALL MANAGERS

Several vacancies in the Athletic
association offices have been disclosed,
now that the final enrollment in the
colleges has been completed. These
offices for athletic managerships and
assistants were decided last May in
the third annual all-campus election
after a keenly contested vote. The
vacancies in several cases are due to
the. men enlisting in some branch of
service and their offices will be filled
by the board of directors at their first
meeting to be held the early part of
next week.
L. N. Scofield, '19L, elected football
manager and E. G. Dudley, '18, track
manager have not returned to school
and these two important positions will

either be filled by an assistant manag-
er or the defeated contestant. The
vacant assistant managerships will be
filled by the men who were defeated in
the election.
The members of the board of di-
rectors now in the University are C.
W. Neumann, '18, and J. P. Reid, '18,
intercollege and baseball managers,
respectively.
All-Fresh Tackle
Normalites Today
With Two Men on the Hospital List,
the Yearlings Open Season
Against Veteran Team
Michigan's All-fresh football team
opens its 1917 season this afternoon
on Ferry field with Ypsilanti Normal
college as their opponents.-
The Ypsilanti aggregation claims to
have a strong eleven. Although the
ranks have been somewhat depleted
by enlistment into the United States

army and navy, and by the draft, the
team has drawn a number of new men
from the freshman ranks.
Coach Mitchell's men are ready aft-
er three day's rest and seem fit to
give the teachers their usual beat-
ing. The game is expected to be one
of the scrappiest ever staged between
the two elevens.
Followiffg is the lineup for the All-
fresh team: Fletcher, Le.; Culver,
l.t.; Henry, l.g.; MacNickel, c.; Lent.
r.g.; Peacock, r.t.; Sturrit, r.e.; Us-
chell, q.; Reid, l.h.; Bailey, r.h.;
Usher, f.b.
Frosh, Take Notice, You're Wanted
Hear Ye Frosh! You are urged to
sit in a body: at the game tomorrow,
especially the All-fresh vs. Michigan
State Normal college.
Jessie Dicken Hosum, teacher of
voice. 1327 Forest Court. Phone
1642-M.-Adv.
Dancing at the Armory every Sat-
urday night. Admission 75c.-Adv.

ForsheeF &KuhnI
INVESTMENT SECURITIES
Phone 21694J
412 First National Bank Bldg.

* Michigan. Mt. Union.
* Goetz........L.E.....Eldridge
* Boyd........ ..L.T..........Opp
* St. Clair.......G...... Conrad
* Goodsell ...,..... C........ Brown
* Fortune......R .. Richeson
* Weske .. ....,. R.T Ramsayer
* Hanish.......R.E........Eckis
* Gennebach..Q......... Allot
* Rye...... ..R.H......Lichty
* Cohn.........L.H.... McKaskey
* Wieman....... F......Cocklin

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QUALITY
FIRST

CLEANING

PRESSING

REPAIRING
Alterations a Specialty

That's why we sell

Hart Schaffner
& Marx
clothes, for they're guaran-.
teed all wool.
As for style-you won't
find anything later. They:
have all the popular varia-
tions of belts and double
breasteds that are being worn

by good dressers.

Ask for

Overhauled and remodeled, Michi-
gan will send out a practically new
eleven to meet Mount Union this aft-
ernoon, and in'the meantime, fans Are
speculating as to what the change In
the lineup will mean.
One of the most radical of changes
has been made in the shifting of Han-
ish, backman, to the line. Boyd will
also trade places with St. Clair, the
former guardman taking the tackle
job, as he is believed to be faster than
either St. Clair or Culver.
Goodsell, who was started at center
in Wednesday's game, will be re-
tained at this position today, and For-
tung will take the other guard posi-
tion. These are the only changes in
the line, except that regarding Hanish,
and this is understood to be merely
tentative, as Yost is willing to give
anyone a chance at making good at
the end position.
Sparks, although greatly improved,
will probably not assume his old place
at quarter in today's contest,' for Tut-
hill believes that a little rest may do
the quarter some good. Gennebach
will take Sparks' place today. Genne-
bach, although;inexperienced, is rap-
idly developing, into a first-string man,
and Yost intends to give him every
chance to make good.
Yesterday's work-out consisted of
blocking and passing, and Yost in-
structed the men as to what plays to
expect from the Ohio eleven, giving
the second team men tihe plays and
coaching the Varsity as to the re-
quisite;defense.
If Mount Union tries her old stunts
at open play, she is liable to be sur-
prised, for the coach has drilled his
men. long and hard in combating this
style of offense, and ought to be pre-
pared.
COACH FARRELL
SEEKS C. C. C. MEN

Phone 1530-J

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in suits, and

Varsity
Six Hundred

i overcoats.

See the trench

WE CAN NOW SUPPLY YOU WITH
White and Yellow Chrysanthemums,
Gladioli, Carnations, Roses
of All Kinds
Ophelias, Sunburst, Aron Wards, Cecile Brunner, Hoosier
Beauties, Pink and White Killarneys, and American Beauties.
These Roses consist of the Grades Short, Medium, Long and
Specials.
ALL KINDS OF POTTED PLANTS
IN SEASON
Special Attention Given to Table
Decorations for All Occasions
Corsage Bouquets
A Specialty
Member Florist Telegraph Delivery Service
Flowers by Wire to All the World
WE SOLICIT YOUR ACCOUNT
FLANDERS LANDERS
OR OR
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213 E. Liberty St. Phone 294

Buya.
Cash Card
..and..
Save 10 per cent on your
Laundry Bills
Get our prices on students'
soft wash
No more worn out shirts
around neck bands by rough
collars
We smooth inside and outside
edges

We darn your socks,

sew on

models.

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buttons and do all mending
FREE
All goods washed in soft water

Also agency for Knox
Hats and Manhattan Shirts.
Reule-Conlin-
Fiegel Co.
The big store at the south-
east corner Main and Wash-
ington Streets-downtown.

Several'Veterans grind Daily
Course for Interconfer-
enee Meet

Over

With the first Varsity meet only
three weeks off the squad is gradually
working into condition.
At present there are about 15 Var-
' sity men out, and about 12 freshmen
in the squad. Although this is quite
an increase, Coach Farrell is still

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Liberty and Fifth Ave.
_ Phones 2076-2077 J
OUR WAGON WILL CALL PROMPTLY

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if you 're a
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in this 3-button
STEIN-BLOCH
Coat!
No padding--no stiffen-
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f a b r i c, hand tailoring
and "style galore."
Prices $20 to $40
mitt, Apfel Co.

PASSING IT ON
TO THE ULTIMATE CONSUMER
Prices on everything have gone way out of sight but we did not raise them, we merely take themn
as they come and pass them on to you A A . This is your war just as it is our war, and we arc
doing our part without a murmur.
THE RENELLEN HOSPICE
A PLACE OF DISTINCTIVE SERVICE
Is not profiting under present conditions A . A A We pay market prices for the best the mar-
ket has to offer A A .A When we find our people do not want or cannot. afford certain things
to which they have been accustomed, we cut those things off our menus.
My job is to find out what you want as shown by our receipts, and we change front
as often as we find that you do not want what we thought you would---But we
will always serve the best that your money will buy.

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