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lSeason of Good Things

THE ONE PHOTOGRAPHER
Who delivers the Goods and has
been delivering them for 12 years
right here among Michigan Students

The
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is time of the year, with good things
undance, how about Your Clothes?
y don 't you get ready for the Holidays?
-wool suit or overcoat, individually cut and hand-
[- to your individual measure, will be both sensible
asenable, and will give you something good for
Lidays.
Order now while our showing is complete, and have
that Suit or Overcoat in time for Thanksgiving.

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EAT SALE OPENS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22

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ROSE

STA HL
IN THE NEW AMERICAN COMEDY SUCCESS
Our Mrs. McChesney
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PENN DEFEATS ICHIGAN
SIN STUBBORN GRIDIRON
BATTLE ONFERRY FIELD
(Continued from Page One.)
for the easterners, was one of the
scrappiest pivot men that has appeared
on Ferry field for quite some time. In
fact, along toward the conclusion of
the third quarter some of the officials
suspected that Wray was growing just
a trifle too zealous in his efforts to
check the Michigan attack and he
was requested to absent himself from
the scene of turmoil and strife. He
complied.
Peach played an excellent game for
the Wolverines while he was in, and
he was given a big hand when he re-
tired. Peach was in poor shape when
the game began, and played on his
nerve.
The crowd was rumored to be
around 29,000, but the exact statistics
could not be learned. It was one of
the largest turnouts ever seen on Ferry
field. The rooters saw two elevens
that were about as evenly matched as
two teams could be, and although
Michigan was walloped, she went down
fighting and fighting hard. Both teams
showed all kinds of defensive strength
after that first spasm and forward
passing was about as popular as it
has ever been on Ferry field. Pennsy
used the short variety with Michigan
trying the long ones. Penn got away
kwith a few but they were harmless.
Lineup:
Michigan. Pennsylvania.
Dunne........L.E......Urquhart
Wieman.........L.T..... Mathews-
Berg
Boyd..........L.G.......Henning
Niemann..... .....C..... E. Wray-L.
Wray
Rehor.........R.G...... Esterlaag
Weske..........R.T......... Little
Peach-Martens...R.E..........Miller
Sparks-Zeiger.Q.B........... Bell
Maulbetsch.......L.H...........Derr
Raymond.......R.H..........Light
Smith............F.B.......... Berry
Touchdowns-Berry, Smith. Goals
following touchdown - Derr, Maul-
betsch. Field goal -Berry.
Referee-Holderness (Lehigh). Um-
pire-Haines (Yale). Field judge-
Okeson (Lehigh). Head linesman-
Cooney (Princeton).
Time of quarters-iS minutes.
To Test Various
fakes of A u os
Prof. W. T. Fishleigh and Mr. W. E.
Lay, of Engineering Faculty
to Make Trials
Car performance tests will be begun
on Monday by the Society of Automo-
bile Engineers at the Sheepshead Bay
track, New York, under the supervis-
ion of Prof. W. T. Fisleigh and Mr. W.
E. Lay, of the engineering college.
The apparatus used to carry out these
trials will be the same as that used
in the local automobile laboratory.
The tests will be made in the pres-
ence of engineers and officials of the
Society of Automobile Engineers, and
in accordance with the rules and reg-
ulations formulated by this society. If
the results obtained are satisfactory,
every make of car will be subjected
to the same trials, and the data pub-
lished. The buying public can then
compare the performance of the var-
ious cars, and even non-technically
trained men will be able to be judic-
ious in their automobile buying.

The first cars to be tested will be
a Packard "twin six" and a Marmon
"six." They will be tried for speed,
range, acceleratipn, and fuel economy.
Sfscial automatic Biel measuring
tanks are installed on tht, cars to ob-
tain accurate results in the fuel tests.
These tanks an~d all the other devices
to be used in the tri als have been de-
. veloped by the automobile engineering
department's research squad.
Inasmuch ao the appartus of the
engineering college is, the first and
only one of its kind to be developed
in this country, all future trials will
be made with similar devices. Un-
doubtedly the majority of manufactur-
ers, universities, and clubs will con-
duct research work of their own, if the
present experiment in New York turns
out satisfactorily, and hence these

ARCADE
Shows at 3:00; 6:30; 8:00; 9:30
ioc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone 296-M.
Fri.-17-Viola Dana in "The Gates of
Eden"; Drew Comedy.
Sat.-t8 Kathleen williams in"TherNe er-
Do-Well," i5c. Children's Matinee, 2
p. mn.; "Chip's Carmen", "A Toyland
Villain", "The Henanpup."
Mon.-Tue.-io-2a- Francis X. Bushman
and Beverly Bayne in "Romeo and
Juliet." 250.
Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:00-3:30; Evening, 6:45,
8: r5+ 9:30:
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Suu-Mon -x9-2o-Valentine Grant in "The
Daughter of McGregor." Also Holmes
Travels.
Tues.-2x- Mae Marsh* in "The Little
Liar." Also Triangle Comedy, Claire
Anderson in "She Loved a Sailo;."
Uve 3
Wed.-22- Marguerite Clark in "Still
Waters." Rebooked
PHONE
1321 or 17U-
FOR FLOWERS
A full line of plant and
cut flower baskets

C. W. GRAHAM, Mngr.

oodhw Floral Co
225 E. Liberty Darling Bldg.
trials, both to the engineering college
and to the automobile world, are ex-
tremely important.
WHAT'S GOING ON
Today,
8 o'clock-Judge Pam speaks before
Menorah society.
Tomorrow.
7 o'clock-Hygiene lecture by Dr.
Warthin, west medical amphitheater.
7:30 o'clock - Junior engineers'
smoker at the Union.
U-Notices.
A rehearsal of the Hindu act of the
"Magic Carpet" will be held in Mc-
Milln hall at 4:30 o'clock Monday
afternoon.
Senior engineers who have not yet
obtained corduroy trousers may be
measured by Mr. Babcock in the En-
gineering society room on Monday.
E. S. Jacobus' Five-Piece Orchestra
for dances, entertainments and con-
certs. 520 N. Fifth Ave. Phone 1487.
Have you ever seen 571 new silver
dollars? See them Tuesday, Novem-
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VOCATIONAL CONFERENCE
TO BE RELD THIS WEEK
(Continued from Page One.)
all are open to any persons interested.
Alumnae, faculty members, students,
and townspeople are cordially invited
to make use of this opportunity to
hear competent speakers on the sub.
ject of vocations for women,

The finest Floral Shop in the city
will open soon in the Nickels Arcane,
State Street. 3-ti
High grade Kodak Finishing at Sug
den's.

Dancing classes and private
at the Packard Academy.

lessons
18-tif

AN'S VIEW
OF THE GRID BATTLE
itinned from Page One.)
i in the stands wer yelling
.cats and especially when weA
ot a touchdown. The people
on to telephone poles outside
nearly fell' off in their Ill-
e. For we didn't make it that
e got to making lots of downs
ih helps a great deal to get
ugh to the other side's goal
Once we almost didn't make
own and they had to measure
vhen the score board said M
quarter was over and we
goals. again. The suspense
ectly horrible. But we made
Af course. screamed with de-
ou could have heard us for
gan to think we were going
fter all. But alas, Penn be-
play awfully well.. I guess
e a little bit "sore" to think
that touchdown and kicked
over, too. Men always play'
hen they're mad, I've heard.

After that, it wasn't interesting at
all. The ball was in the middle of the
field and all our prayers were of no
avail. Our team simply couldn't push
it toward their goal again, but then
Pennsy didn't do much either. Maybe
they were too mad. The whistle blew
before anything more happened of any
consequence. - ,
But it would have been a great game
if the ball hadn't been in our part of
the field so much during the first quar-
ter and so allowed them to make those
ten points of theirs.
Choose Harvard Dramatic Play
Cambridge, Nov. 18.-The Harvard
Dramatic club has chosen a drama en-
titled "The Mission of the Damned,"
by Mary Margaret Wright, as its an-
nual offering. Miss Wright, whose
home is in Lewistown, N. Y., is a stu-
dent in Professor George Pierce Bak-
er's playwrighting course at Harvard,.
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