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Clothes, Furnishings and Hats
for
Particular Men.
Cor. S. State and William Sts.

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State St. Store
Nickels Arcade

ADDITIONAL SPORTI

QUARTERBACK ZEIGER

This Store aims to ServE it's
PATRONS WELL=
To give the best value possible
for the lowest price pus-ible is the best service any store can
render.

ran yesterday, the first seven men
finishing will go to Lansing next Sat-
urday to run in the state meet. The
personnel of the team representing the
University there is: Carroll, Fox,
Sedgwick, Kuivenen, Bouma, Bachtel
and Fuess. Six of the freshmen will
make the same trip: Aldridge, Moore,
McCarthy, Rolls, Jewell, and Batty.
PENNSY STUDENTS ARRANGE
ANN ARBOR SPECIAL TRAIN
Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 11.-A special
car has been reserved for alumni on
the Pennsylvania special which will
leave for Ann Arbor, Nov. 17. A "Send
the Band to Michigan" concert was

WE DO

New Fall Neckwear, Hats
and Underwear

TYPEWRITING
MULTIGRAPHING
MIMEOGRAPHIN
"Typewriters for sale or ren1

VARSITY TOGGERY SHOP!

1107 So. Univ.

Hamilton Business

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Women's and Children's Apparel

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Main and Liberty Sts.

QUARTERBACK SHIVERICK

The
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Beautiful Dance and Banquet Pro-
ram s, Party Decorations, Favors, Fine
Leather and Brass Goods, good Sta-
tionery and Engraving, as well as fine
Printing and Binding at reasonable
prices, is what The Mayer-Schairer Co.
at 112 S. Main St., has to offer the stu-
dents of the University of Michigan.

PUBLISHED BY
The American Law Book Co.
27 Cedar Street
NEW YORK.

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CHOP off a few
minutes and eat some of
GEORGE'S SVEY,
WA .KINGPOO 4
314 S. State St. Ii 5a e 12'4-M

THE A1WE PLAY BY PLAY

(Continued from Page Three.)
Dixon replaced Taylor for Cornell.j
Raymond kicked off to Mueller, who
was thrown on his own 31-yard line.
Two plays failed to gain and Shiver-
ick threw a short pass, which was
grounded. He punted. Zeiger waited
for the ball to roll over the goal line
but it stopped within a foot of the
last mark. The quarter ended with the
ball in Michigan's possession on her
own 1-foot line.
Score: Michigah 20, Cornell 13.
FOURTH QUARTER.
Gracey replaced Boyd for Michigan.
Dunne punted from behind his own
goal, and Shiverick returned to Michi-
gan's 12-yard line. Three Cornell
plays advanced the ball but five yards.
On the fourth down the Michigan line
stopped Mueller for no gain, and the
Wolverines had the leather on their
own 5-yard line. Dunne punted, and
it was Cornell's ball -on Michigan's 24-
yard mark. Mueller made six yards.
Speed added three, and Mueller made
it first down on the Wolverine 12-yard
stripe. Speed tore to the 4-yard line,
and Hoffman reached half the remain-
ing distance. Mueller went over for
a touchdown. Shiverick goaled.
Score: Michigan 20, Cornell 20.
Brown replaced Carry. Sparks re-
placed Raymond. Shiverick kicked off

to Rehor who fell outside on his own
38-yard line. Sparks tore off 15 yards
patting the -hall beyond midfield.
Slparks and Mauibetsch were nailed
for no gaii. Smith threw a 30-yard
pass to Dunne, who made a wonder-
ul cafch in taking the leather away
from a group of Cornellians. The ball
i5 ,, the Cornell 19-yard line. On
three plays Maulbetsch and Sparks
made yards. It is fourth down, on
the Rled 10-yar mark, and one yard to
go. The Red line stopped Maulbetsch,
the bal going to Cornell. Mueller
muade frst down on the Cornell 25-
y.lline.'S'hiverick punted to the
Michgan3-yrd line. Sparks punted
Io Speed, who was thrown on the
Michigan 29-yard line. Shiverick made
five yards. Speed added three. Shiver-
ick dropped back to Michigan's 34-
yard line and hoisted his third field
goal in as many tries.

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GREAT GAME!

-Photo by DamesI

Of course you took some pictures
BRING YOUR FILMS TO

CAR69ROLL DOES RUN
IN RECORD STYLE
Track Leader First Man to Get Name
Inscribed on Harpman
Trophy
ALDRIDGE FIRST AMONG FRESH

GREAT TRIP-

REYNOLD'S KODAK SHOP

for the best results or

Phone 1569-J and We Will Call for Your Work.

Perfect Work

510 E. William St.

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Score: Cornell 23, Michigan 20.
Shiverick kicked off to Zeiger who
tore back to his own 40-yard line.
Peach's long pass was grounded. His
next was incompleted. Cornell was
penalized to her own 47-yard line.
Sparks made one yard. Peach threw
another pass which Eckley spoiled.
Another Michigan pass was incom-
pleted, and it was Cornell's ball on her
own 45-yard line. Shiverick dropped
hack to punt. He booted over Michi-
gan's goal line. Sparks failed to gain.
Speed intercepted a long forward pass
as 'the game ended.
gcore: Cornell 23, Michigan 20.
Watch for the gran opening of Ann
Arbor's Finest Floral Shop. Nickels
Arcad u. 3-tf
hnve those rooms decorated now.
C. II. Major & Co. Phone 237. 5-16

Eddie Carroll won the cross country
run yesterday in handy fashion. His
name will be the first to be inscribed
on the roll of honor for Michigan's
cross country runners. The Wolver-
ine crack finished a little over a min-
ute ahead of his nearest competitor,
his time for six 'miles standing at 27
minutes and 34 seconds fiat.
Fox, the captain and star half-miler
of last year's All-Fresh track team,
came in second, running the distance
in 28 minutes and 51 seconds. Sedg-
wick followed, his time being 28 min-
utes and 59 seconds, Captain Kuivenen
finished 19 seconds later. Bouma came:
in with 29 minutes and 35 seconds, as
his record, while Bachtel and Fuess.
ran in with as many minutes plus 50
and 54 seconds respectively. Denne
placed next.
Carroll, in addition to having his'
name inscribed on the Harpman tro-
phy, receives a cup and a iersey. Fox
and Sedgwick each won a cup and a
jersey, while Kuivenen, Bouma and
Bachtel each earned a jersey.
In the freshman four-and-one-half
mile run Aldridge finished first in 23
minutes and 24 seconds, while Moore,
who came in second, was seven see-,
onds later. McCarthy ran it in 24 min-
utes flat and Rolls followed within 14
fractions, with Jewell pushing him for
a second's margin. Batty, Ranft, Early
and Mitchell finished in consecutive
order.
Of the men of the varsity squad who

given last week. A very large num-
ber of students are planning to make
the trip with the team.
POLICEMEN RECOVER STOLEN
CLOTHING AT M. C. DEPOT
Stolen property to the value of over
$400 was recovered yesterday morning,
when Joe Maxey and Joe Monroe, both
of Detroit, were arrested at the Mich-
igan Central station.
Each of the men were wearing two
overcoats when they were apprehend-
ed. Five, pairs of trousers and seven
full suits of clothes were found in
suitcases. One broedcloth overcoat
and a full dress suit were valued at
$50 apiece. All of the clothes were
taken from a cleaning shop on South
University street.
TALK IS CHEAP
Except in the columns of The Daily.
But the truth of quality is when you
eat a hamburger at 911 N. University,
Jack Frost's Hot Lunch, the originator
of the hamburger business at the U.
of M. Also steaks, chops and roasts.
Special breakfast rolls and home-
made pies, where you know what you
are eating. See it cooked and get
it just as you like. 12

Yellow Chrysanthemums
For the Pennsy. Game
A large supply at moderate prices. Delivered to all parts
of the city. Order early.

FIRST CLASS ROSES and CARNATIONS
Fresh every day

We can make you a very artistic Basket
of Flowers from our large assortment.

Corsages a Specialty

To Friend out of the City
In any part of the country
By means of a telegraph system operating between
Florists all over the country, you can order flowers from us
for delivery in any city or place you designate, within a few
hours' time.
We are members of
The Florists' Telegraph Delivery Association
which is your guarantee for satisfactory delivery and value
received for your money.

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MISCELLANEo;S
' TYPEWRITERS of all makes
bought, sold, rented or ex-
changed. Expert repairing,
factory service. Sole agent 'ndcr-
'wood & Corona. TYPEWRITiNC,
MIMEOGRAPHING & SUPPLIES.
0. D. 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,2F. E. Ritzen-
heim. 7.8,9,10,11,12

'VAXNTE --Two young

ladies with

seling ex perience, immediately; 10-I
cal work. Call 433-M for appoint-I

COUSINS & HALL
1002 So. University Avenue

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WANTED--If you are in need of any-
thing, The Michigan Daily can help
ou t it through its Classified De-
pa rt n en
LOST.
LOST-Three-ring, large size note
book. Call 362. 12

The best place to try out
VIICTiROL.A RECORDS
Is in your own home
Our Approval Service
permits you to do this
Call us up and ask us about it.

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We can supply you with anythingI

known to
business.
237.

the wall-paper and paint
C. H. Major & Co. Phone
5-16

The finest Floral Shop in the ci
will open soon in the Nickels Areas
State Street. 3
Laundry cases-Another huge shi
ment received at Whar's Universi
book store.. 12-17

SGrinnell Bros.

16 arc. Ma lw St.
PHiONE 1707

Dancing classes and private lessons
at. the Packard Academy. 18-tf

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