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The Michigan Daily, 1916-11-11

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

It is by no means presumpt-
uous on our part to say that;
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Smart Uthesa
are the best clothes made, 1 (r. t
"because we are sincere in our
belief that human minds and
hands cannot design and
1tailor better clothes to meet
your needs.
Lindenschmidt, Apfel & Go.
209 S. Main St
Ma--
Tebatei lh& SCon Co.
The Eberbach & Son Co.

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Calkins Drug Co.

Two Stores

324 So. State and 1123 So. University Ave.
Whitman's Candles suit more people than
any other make.

In boxes 35o to $5.00

HERE'S HOW THEY COMPARE)

MICHIGAN.

CORNELL.

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Do This

Dunne .....171
Wieman .. .185
Gracey ....205
Niemann ...161
Rehor .....251
Weske .....185
Peach .....182
Sparks .....157
Maulbetsch 155
Raymond .171
Smith .....185

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Provide
yourself With
a smile and at
air of prosper.
ity. 'Wear
your best bus-
iness suit and
a cheerful
necktie. If
you have no
best suit--buy
one. We have
to appear pro-
sperous, if we
are to be pro-
sperous."
Come In
REULE,
CONLN,
FIEGEL
COMPANY
200-202 MAIN ST

161..Zander
190.. Gillies
210..Miller
175..Carry
210..Anderson
210..Jewett
167..Ryerson
165.. Shiverick
164..Benedict
176..Hoffman
189.. Mueller

Michigan.
Total weight................................... h2,008
Average weight................................. 182.6
Line average...............................191.4
Backfield average............................... 167

Cornell.
2,007
182.5
187.6
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Good Drugs-Toilet Articles
Chemicals and Laboratory Supplies.
You know the Quality is Right.

The Eberbach & Son Co.
200-204 E. Liberty St.

ALL-FRESH READY
FOR HEIDELBERG
Strong German Outfit Promises Hard
Battle in Yearlings'
Finale
FULLBACK WEST MADE LEADER

Kane and Kerr Show Variety o
Which Helps Conquer
Older Men

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YEARLING LITS BEAT SOPHS

Seasons determine styles,
but character in tailored
products is the additional
distinguishing feature
that determines their
genuine quality.

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The fresh again yesterday asserted
their superiority over the sophs, this
time in a well played and hotly con-
tested football game, when the first
year lits walloped their older brothers

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Prices.
Everything we
sell guaranteed.
Tonm Corbett
116 E. Liberty
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Troubled visions of Zeppelins, U-6 to 0.

boats, and the deadly German pancakeI

MARQUAI TR

cAMPUS TAILOR
516 U. Williams St.

SENIOR-FRESHMAN WOMEN'S
HOCKEY GAME SET FOR TODAY
The senior and freshman hockey
teams will meet at 2 o'clock this after-
noon on Palmer field for the second
game of the season. The triumph of
the sophomores over the juniors last
Wednesday afternoon has put the up-
perclassmen on their mettle, and as
the freshmen have been showing up
unusually well in practice, the contest
will not be a tame one. Harriet Walk-
er, '17, is captain of the senior team
and Dorothy Williams, '20, leads the
freshman aggregation.
Returns from the Cornell game will
be received and announced on the
field. A large crowd is expected, arid
enthusiastic. cheering will not be lack-
ing to put fight into the players. Hot
wieners will be sold to the spectators,
so a supply of nickels will be con-
venient. In case of rain, the game
will be postponed until 3 o'clock Mon-
day afternoon.
TWENTY-FOUR FAITHFUL SCRUBS
SEE CORNELL-MICHIGAN GAME
Twenty-four members of the scrub
football squad left last night on the
Michigan Central for Ithaca, where
they will witness the struggle between;

the Wolverines and the Bid Red Cor-
nellians. This makes 49 Maize and
Blue gridders who will trot onto
Schoelkopf field at game time this
afternoon, 25 men having made the
trip with the Varsity squad.
The following scrubs were taken:
Cruse, MacLachlan, Wolfe, Leffon, St.
Clair, Emory, Dablitch, Watts, Wil-
liams, Sauer, Fish, Clark, Gariepy,
Murphy, Finkbeiner, Abbott, Walls,
Brown, Weston, Cartwright, Dieters,
Biber, Eaton, and Beath.
FIGHTING SQUAD CONFIDENT
ON EVE OF CORNELL FRAY
(Continued from Page One.)
find itself somewhat handicapped.
However, it is a poor rule that will
not work both ways and the Ithacans
should be as much the losers as the
Wolverines.
Bob Bennett led cheers for the
Varsity at Geneva. The advance guard
of Michigan rooters aroused much en-
thusiasm.
There seems to be little confidence
in the Cornell stronghold. The Itha-
can supporters are from all appear-
ances not as willing to risk their
money in backing the Bid Red team
against the visiting machine, and are
asking odds of two to one. This rather
upsets the dope that the game would
be regarded' as an even bet. The
Michigan fans seek five to four odds,
but unless there is a change it would
appear that they are likely to go dis-
appointed or be forced to give the
margin required by the Cornellians.

flit across the minds of the All-Fresh
gridiron warriors as they await the
onslaught of the Heidelberg Uhlan
regiment, reported advancing on Ann
Arbor from its concentration camp at
Tiffin, Ohio. The invaders are said to
be equipped with a quartet of fast-
traveling tanks that swept all ob-
stacles before them in the former en-
gagements this season.
The yearlings have been hard at
work all this week tightening up their
defense to meet the attack of the fleet
Buckeye backs and it is upon the
showing made by the line that the first
year men's chances of victory depend
for the greater part. The verdant for-
ward wall has slews of power con-
cealed in its bulky front, and if its
performance is up to the standard that
it is capable of maintaining, the tide
of battle must necessarily turn Wol-
verineward.
The final game today will be in the
nature of a test for the freshmen, the
Ohio outfit being by far the strongest
aggregation on the youngsters' sched-
ule. Weight, speed, and experience are
among the elements entering into the
best team Heidelberg has turned out
in years.
At a meeting of the freshman squad
yesterday , afternoon, Jack West,
plunging fullback, was elected cap-
tain of the team. West is the star of
the backfield and is very popular with
his associates. He will undoubtedly
be a success as a field leader.
The game today begins at 2 o'clock
sharp. Returns from the Cornell-Mich-
igan game will be read at the field:
The lineup:
ALL-FRESH HEIDELBERG
Hammels .......R.E....... Butcher..
Elmer Cress ...... R.T...... Bittikofer
Davidson
Fortune ......... R.G...........Lotz
Culver ........... C............ Kelly
Blackmore......L.G...... Kauffman-
Heppert
Chapman ........ L.T....... Reinbolt
Earl Cress........ L.E......... Smith
Hitchcock .......Q.B......... Sayger
Perrin ..........R.H...... ..... Stuck
Lambright
Froemke ........ L.H..... Clark, Capt.
West, Capt.....F.B........... Jean

The fresh by a series of line bucks
carried the goal for the only score of
the game in the first four minutes of
play. After this the second year men
settled down and put up a stone wall
defense. For the fresh, Kane at half
and Kerr at quarter, are as fast a
pair as any class team can boast. Kerr
repeatedly tore holes in the soph line
while Kane ran the ends at will. Giv-
en at left half showed best for the
second year lits.
The line up: Fresh-I.e., Hand; i.t.,
Gillespie; I.g., Hansen; c., Borenstein;
r.g., Schmok; r.t., Fralick; r.e.; Ed-
wards; q., Kerr; I.h., Kane; r.h., Mer-
rifield; f.b., Campbell. Sophs-I.e.;
Rychener; I.t., Nye; I.g., Steves; c.,
Hamilton; r.g., Burson; r.t., Jones;
r.e., Fonner; q., Storz; I.h., Given; r.h.,
Anderson; f.b., Davis.
VARSITY SOCCER TEAM PLAYS
FIRST GAME THIS 'MORNING

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The soccerites will try to pry the
]id off their season today. At 10
o'clock they will engage the University
Internationals on Ferry field. The au-
thorities have decided to indefinitely
postpone the Ypsi clash and have add-
ed the Interlocken (Indiana) and a
strong Canadian team to the schedule.
Coach Peirsol has left for Ithaca,
and has put the team in charge of
Cohen who will probably be this year's
general.
The line up: Fleischer, r.f.; Tripo-
litis, l.f.; O'Brien, goal; Domboora-
jian, l.h.; Brush, r.h.; Cohen, c.h.;
Plummer, 0.1.; Snyder, o.r.; Liu, i.r.;
Kiefer, center, and Hecksher, i.l.
Williams Has Long Term Coach
Williamstown, Mass., Nov. 10.-Chas.
F. Seeley, at Williams, and Richard
Nelligan, at Amherst, have held their
places as coaches at the two colleges
longer than any other two coaches in
the eastern states. When Seeley re-
cently entered on his twenty-third
year of service, the students and fac-
ulty at Williams presented to him a
gold stop watch suitably inscribed.
During his regime Williams thrice won
the New England intercollegiate cham-
pionships.
Our alarm clocks are good clocks.
Chapman, Jeweler, 113 South Main
street. tues-eod

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WANTED'
WANTED-Students wanted as book-
keepers in Ann Arbor Savings Bank,
forenoons or afternoons, either of-
fice. Apply in writing. 10-11
LOST.
LOST-Fountain pen in Farmers &

MISCELLANEOUS
1 - TYPEWRITERS of all makes
bought, sold, rented or ex-
changed. Expert repairing,
factory service. Sole agent Under-
wood &. Corona. TYPEWRITING,
MIMEOGRAPHING & SUPPLIES.
0. D.. NORRILL, 322 S. State St.
(Over Baltimore Lunch). 582-J.

Have those rooms decorated now.
C. H. Major & Co. Phone 237. 5-16

be iffem al Ai

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Mechanics State Street Bank. Find-
er please call Dunnette, 2172-M. 11
FOUND
FOUND-Tuesday on the boulevard,
bill purse. Call Parson's 2413-W.
10-11

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

All Metro Features Have First Run at The Arcade Theatrel
Spot light ball, Packard Academy, "THE KEMPF MUSIC STUDIOS"
Saturday, Nov. 11, 8:30 to 12:00.. 20 Piano, voice, pipe organ. 312 South
spot light dances, Fischers orchestra. Division street. 'Phone 212-J. Leave
Tickets at door, $1.00 per couple. orders for fine piano tuning.
9-10-11
---If your window shades need renew-
Read The Daily advertisements. ing call 237, C. H. Major & Co. 5-16
Michigan men have longr appreciated the artistic

121 East Washington Street

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