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"PILLARS OF SOCIETY" TO BE
GIVEN BY ORATORY STUDENTS
"Pillars of Society" is the name of
the play the Oratorical association will
present on Jan. 25. The play was
written by Henrick Ibsen. Prof. R. D.
T. Hollister and Mr. Louis Eich, of the
department of oratory, will have
charge of the production and they will
meet everyone wishing to try-out for
parts in the play in University hall,
at 3:15 o'clock Thursday. There are
19, parts in the play besides many
subordinate parts, so a large class of
try-outs is desired.
The class in play production is
studying the play now and a few mem-
bers of the class will assist in the
production.

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IICHIGAN SOCCER TEAM OPPOSES
YPSI AGGREGATION SATURDAY
Michigan soccer season opens this
week, as a game with Ypsi will be
played at 10 o'clock Saturday morning
Coach Peirsol has announced the
names of the players and will devote
his time for the rest of the week to-
ward team practice.
Yesterday the regulars engaged the
reserves in a scrimmage. Today at
3:30 o'clock, the squad will be given a
thorough workout and real team or-
ganization will be the object. Every'
body in the soccer camp is confident
of a victory over the Normalites.
This is the team as it will line up
against Ypsi: Cohen, f.b.; Brush, f.b.;
O'Brien, h.b.; Snyder, 0.1.; Liu, i.r.;
Hecksher, h.b.; Kiefer, c.f.; Plummer,
o.r.; Dombodrajian, h.b.; Later, il.;
and Tripolitis, goal.
FOOTBALL FINALS
Columbia 0; Stevens 0.
Georgetown 13, Fordham 0.
N. Y. U. 13, Bucknell 0.

SECRECY PREVAILS
PON FERRY FELD
Coaches Silent Concering Actions of
Michigan Varsity Football Squad
In Final Workouts
TWO GUARDS ARE UNSETTLED
The utmost secrecy prevailed as to
football practice last night. The
coaches even refused to divulge the
character of the practice session.
About all that was learned was the
fact that Yost has not determined who
will start in four positions on the
Michigan team. These are the two
guards, right half and quarterback.
Rehor, Gracey, and Boyd are the three
contestants for the guard positions and
Yost stated that he was undecided as
to which pair he would use. Rehor
has been working regularly all season
and it would seem as though he were
sure of one of the assignments, but
Yost stated that he hadn't settled the
question.
Either Zeiger or Sparks will be at
quarter, and at present it looks as
though Sharpe or Raymond will play
right half. If Sparks and Sharpe are
in shape, they will start the Cornell
battle, according to Yost, but it is a
question now as to whether these boys
will be fit or not on Saturday.
Phil Raymond and Dunne were busy
punting last night and both of the
booters were going in great shape.
Dunne was averaging right around 55
yards for a while and Raymond was
doing nearly as well. This man Dunne
is a long distance kicker whether it
be a punt, drop kick, or the new
fangled "multiple kick."F
There was some rough work, both
in groups and singly. The line must
be improved if Michigan defeats Cor-
nell and every effort is being turned
to make this possible. The line hasn't
shown exactly brilliant form any time
this year and Line Coach Pontius is
working hard to impart some of that
old ability that he used to show on
Ferry field to his charges.
At present Michigan and Cornell
look like a pretty even proposition.
Cornell claims that Shiverick and four
other of her best men are not in good
condition, which Michigan has Sparks
an( Sharpe on the doubtful list.
SEATS FOR PENN GAME GO FAST
Indications Point to Record-Breaking
Crowd for Final Football Tilt
According to present indications all
records for attendance at a Varsity
football game will be broken at the
Pennsylvania battle a week from Sat-
urday. Alreadyrthe tickets are going
at a smashing rate and the sale bids
fair to continue until there is only
standing room left. The athletic as-
sociation officials are confident that
the crowd will establish a new mark
in point of numbers of spectators at a
Michigan gridiron contest.
All the box seats are sold and in the
south stand it is estimated that only
those seats from the 5-yard line to
the edge of the stand at either end
of the stand are left. This means
that there are probably between 10,-
000 and 12,000 seats gone in that stand
alone.
The north stand is almost entirely
taken. There are a few seats remain-
ing about the 10-yard lines and these
are expected to go in a hurry. The
block "M" will be located about the

center of this stand, and of course
most of the seats are taken by stu-
dents on their athletic coupons.
The visitors' cheering section will
be located about the center of the
south stand, in about the same place
that the M. A. C. rooters occupied.
Something like 250 seats have been re-
served for the Pennsy rooters.
It is expected that the stands on the,
east and west ends of the gridiron will
be utilized in accommodating the
crowd anticipated, and if they are.
filled as well as the big ones, there,
ought to be about 25,000 people at the
final game of the Michigan season.
There were something over 20,700 spec-.
tators at the M. A. C. game and about
22,000 at the Cornell game last year.
Whether the attendance at the Pennsy
game this year will top the high wa-
ter mark depends on several things+

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to 9H Hardest
and hardandmed-
jum copying
IKE a soft-leaded easy mark-
ing pencil?, Take the higher
numbered B's such as 3B, 4E,
513. For the extreme limit of
softness 6B is without an equal
and is used by many as being the
ideal of all pencils.
Medium degree is HB. IH's
are the harder grades, 2H or 3H
being medium hard, and 6H,
etc., being used for thin, clear,
fine lines of detailings. Your
professors will confirm these
statements as to the merits of
VENU1S pencils. Note the dis-
tinctive VENUS water mark fin-
ish when you buy.

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Gray and doe not cause dscoloraton
12 sizes from ioo to a box to 4 to a box'
Box price $2.oo. Venus Erasers are the
best erasers. Ask for them by name.
For sale by your supply store Correspondence solicited
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215 Fifth Ave., Dept. D.D.
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beside the prevailing dope. The
weather must be clement for one thing
and the result of the Cornell-Michi-
gan game at Ithaca is expected to have
great effect in determining whether a
record-breaking crowd may be an-
ticipated.
JUNIOR ITS EFET
SOPHOMORE TEAM 7-0
luitercel)t4l Pass Responsible for 19
D~ownfall; Sophs and JEn-
gineers Ti
Twkao close games in the interclass
football league yesterday afternoon re-
sulted in a 7-0 defeat of the soph-its
by the J-lits and a 0-0 stand-off be-
tween the sophomore plumbers and
their third-year brothers in iniquity
Strong defensive play marked the
work of each of the elevens involved.
In the tussle between the junior and
sophi-lies the latter were nosed uat as
the immnediate result of a forwaf-u pass
which Bolt, the junior left end, inter-
cepted near the end of the first half
and carried over for a touchdown.
In general the sophomores held their
opponents very well but were unable
to gain themselves until the second
half when they suddenly tightened p
and threatened to score.
Geissing was the most successful
ground gainer on the junior team and
Davis and Walker did the heaviest
part o1' the u'rk for the sophomores.
The lineup: Juniors-Bolt, 1.e.;
Mallick, I~t.; Pense, l.g.; Motulsky, c.;
Hlollenbeck, r.g.; Edwards, r.t.; Sears,
r.; Wilford, q.; Reem r.h.; Sherm-
erhorn, l.h.; Geissing, f.b.
Sophomores - Nowen, Anderson,
I.e.; Rychner, Lt.; Wood, I.g.; Hamil-
ton, c.; Steves, r.g.; Riley, r.t.; Fon-
ner, rne.; Storz, q.; Davis, r.h.; Given,
l.h.; Walker, f.b.
Touchdown: Bolt. Goal following
touchdown: Reem.
The tie between the junior~ and
sophonmore engineers was the result of
a stonewall defense on both sides.
The interclass games in this depart-
ment seem to be pretty well mixed up
with the only decisive result that
every one has beaten the freshmen.
The seniors added the third defeat to
the freshmen Monday when they out-
classed the yearlings to a score of
12-0.
The feature of yesterday's game was
the forward passing of the juniors dur-
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It is made of the Finest Black
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Lined, silk sewed and hand
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It is tailored with Distinguish-
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Come in and try it on. We are
quite puffed up over this value.
It is getting us talked about
among young men who know
'what's what" and where to
get it.
Making a specialty of Even-
ing Clothes we are in a position
to assure you getting the right
Haberdashery when you select
from our showing.
Tinker & Company
Cor. State and William Sta.
CLOTHES, FURNISHINGS
and HATS
ing the last few minutes of play. The
game was very close and both sides
meld well on the defensive. The punt-
ing was poor.
For individual playing Good and Rye
share the honors on the junior half
of affairs while Garret, Cotter, and
Nyman did well for the sophomores.
FIRST DINNER OF COLORADO
CLUB AT UNION THURS. NIGHT
The Colorado club will meet at 5:15
o'clock tomorrow evening at the Union
for dinner, the meeting marking the
continuation of the dinner-gatherings
started last year by this club. Mem-
berships in the society now number
between 25 and 30.
At the meeting tomorrow night plans
of combining with the Montana club
will be considered along with arrange-
ments for a series of dances to be
given later on.
Fox-trot ball at Armory Friday night.
Dancing classes and private lessons
at the Packard Academy. 18-tf

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Joor fit will ban-
ish every virtue that
can be stitched into a
suit. It will nullify the
style and weaken the
wearing qualities. A
single seam or section
that pulls, binds, sags
or bulges will often
undermine the whole
shape of a garment in=
:few weeks of wear.
We hold that Royal
Tailored Clothes are
the best tailored and
most staunchly con-
structed clothes in the
world. But we put
our first emphasis on
the fact that Royal
clothes are built to fit;
precisely ; completely.
Made to order at
$18.50 to $40 per suit
or overcoat.

New Fall Neckwear, Hats
and Underwear

TYPEWRITING
MULTIGRAPHING
MIMEOGRAPHING
Typewriters for sale or rent.
Hamilton Business College

VARSITY TOGGERY SHOP

FOR SALE BY
Campus Bootery
State St.
Authorized Dealer
for
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LOST
LOST-At South Ferry field, Thursday,
big red sweater, roll collar, key tied
in pocket. Finder call Warner, 703
Church or 1762-W. 5-7
LOST-Elk head stick pin. Please re-
turn to Newberry Residence or call
room 414 Newberry Residence. Phone
2338. Reward. nov8,9
LOST-Bunch of keys. Call 1567-J or
417 E. University. Reward. 7,8
LOST-Gold cuff link, initialed "J. P.
C." Reward. Call 2220. 7,8
LOST-"Monk" fraternity pin. Re-
ward. Call 2220. 7,8
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Two tickets, Kreisler con-
cert. Main floor. Phone 1540.

MISCELLANEOUS
TYPEWRITERS of all makes
bought, sold, rented or ex-
changed. Expert repairing,
factory service. Sole agent Under.
wood & Corona. TYPEWRITING,
MIMEOGRAPHING & SUPPLIES.
0. I). MORRILL, 322 S. State St.
(Over Baltimore Lunch). 582-J.
SUMMER WORK-You will find many
good propositions on the campus for
summer; before you decide, see the
Barnum Company's, 721 N. Univer-
sity, Dr. Ritter's office, F. E. Ritzen-
heim. 7.8,9,10,11,12
FOR RENT
FOR RENT - Desirable room two
blocks west of campus. Student oc-
cupying compelled to return home.
Phone 902-W. 2-3-4-5-7-8

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November Victor Records

Jiunior and Sophomore Hockey Teams
Junior and sophomore hockey teams
will meet at 3 o'clock this afternoon
on Palmer field for the first game of
the season. Interest in the outcome
is running high, as the winning team
will play in the championship game
next week. All women who have
pledged support to women's athletics
are urged to come out. Hot wieners
will be sold on the field.
Daily Corrects Error In Tennis Score
Owing to an error, the score for the
tennis match in which Lucy Huffman,
'20, defeated Katherine Loveland, '20,
was given in yesterday's Daily as 6-4,
4-6, 6-2. The score should have been
6-0, 6-0.
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