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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

LAY
isive Styles

THE fICIIIAN DAIL Y iznown hands.. Then he noticed that
_ he lok °was dIefective. Forthwith he
Official Newspaper -at thte University' purchased a new one 'and the villagers
of Michigan. 'smiled. Of 'course we do not desire to
Published ever'y "morninfg except Mon- draw conclusions but we saw the
.day throughout the school yea'r. . , child-sized safe in the Administration
building, afte~r it had been rifled, and
MANAGING iEDTOR. wondered. Not that the thievs had
Walter ~K. Towers. effected an entrance, but that they
t ~used "soup instead of 'a hatpin to
a BLSINESS MANAGE force it.
Albert 1IL Dille ___

Street

Text Books
and Students' Supplies for all departments. Tons of
Second Hand Books Cheap,
D:r2kwing Instruzments eand
Engineers' Supplies
All the best makes of instruments, price $10 to $25
Many good second hand sets at - - $3 to $15
Every set Guaranteed.
Founta.irt Pens
All the leading makes including Waterman Ideal,
Conklin's Self-filling, and "Wahr's Special," the best
U00O pen on earth.
Lo.. Leaf Note. Books, Shop Tools,
Laeb. Supplies, .Etc., Etc.
WAHR'S UNIVERI4TY BOOK~STORES
316 So. State St. Mainr St., Opp. Court Hoxis

Editors.

News Editor .

...Harry Z. FolI

WRITER SUP]
new and second

W OUTLINES, TYPE..
ES, TYPEWRITERS,
d), for sale and rent.

0O. D. MORRILL
OVER BALTIMORE LUNCH BELL 582-J
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Books

Assistant ........... Frank Pennell
Athletic Editor..... F. E. Shaw, Jr.
Assistant ......G. C. Eldredge
Music and Drama . ... Earl V. Moore
Intercollegiate News Harold G. McGee
Files..............Emmett Taylor
Editorials.
Arthur B. Moehlman Walle IN. Merritt
Night Editors.
Maurice Toulme Ernest Burton
Loren Robinson Karl Matthews
Reporters.
John L. Coxc Oscar Beckman
C. Harold Hippler .. . .Robert Gillett
Wallace Weber William Daugherty
3. Selig Yellen.
BUSINESS ST-AFF.
Assistant to, Mgr. .. Joseph Fouchard
Advertising Mgr ... Elmer P. Griersonf
Circulation Mgr..E. Ray Johnson
C. I4, Kleinstuck Aft. R. Johnson, Jr.

I tGown ZalkI
signs We Xeet.
At the general hospital "Gasoline
and Steam Autos are positively for-
bidden the use of this shed." All oth-
ers welcome.
Michigan Daily Sign: "Football and
sport storie~s."
What has become of the old-fashion-
edl freshm~ian who worea freshman
cap?.

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Instruments, Draw-
,r Drawing Boards,
rer
'Ic is not judged entirely by its.
,ers. A red-hot iron will cau-
and thus kill. every bacteria,
tine it will work such injury
to greatly retard the healing
o it is with many agencies used
these antiseptics kill the tissue
ie they kill the bacteria. The
is the one that kills the gerins,
rius effects on the tissue. Her-
has these properties whenever
required.
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D 75c
OVERCOATS PRESSED 25.-
STATE STREET.
Nlusic Every Day

OFFICES: Ann Arbor Press Building,
Maynard Street.
OFFICE HOURS: Manraging Editor,
1-2 p. m, 10:30-11:30 p. in.; Bus-
iness Manuager; 1-5 p. mi..
Both Phfones 960.
Subscription price: By carler, V.~56;
By mall, $3.00.
Want Ad Stations.
Press Building; Quarry's Pharm-
acy, State and North Uni-
versity.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER' 5; 1911.
DAILY ETICS6.F
At the present time The Michigan
Daily is publishing 2000 copies of tlke
paper each morning andl while. then
subscription lists have as, yet not
reached that number, additional
subscriptions are coming in constant,
ly and it. is the hope of the manage.
me~nt that the 2000 mark -will soon be,
overtaken.
The surplus copies of the Daily are
being distributed this week. free of{
cost and to those who are. receiving
the paper gratis as a sample the Edit
tors ask that before taking a copy they'
first ascertain whether or not the reg-
ular subscribers in the house 'have
been supplied. . But, better still-send
in, your subscription today or hand-
[it ,to a campus,, solicitor. The-Daily-
needs your- cooperation. x
'Twas Ever Thus.
A long, long time ago a certain gen-.
tleman owned a cow. He was partic-
ularly proud of the' creature and
boasted of it. One morning he' discov-
'ered that 'the animal had been forcibly'
removed from her quarters by un-

"Madame Simrry "
The programme at the New Amster-
damn Theatre, New York, the current
home of "Madame Sherry" the newest
Leder~er musical attraction, produced
by Led'erer' i partnership with A. H.
Woods and° H. H. Frazee, describes the
piece as a "French Vaudeville," which
means as Lederer explains it, a form
of musical play where all songs and
all the comic busine'ss are direct is-t
sues fromj the story and act, as inI
the common or gardeni variety ofna
tive musical comedy, mostly introduc-
ed matter, regardless of any assimila-
tive qualities' the introduction may
possdss.
"Madame' Sherry" will be played
here by the New York New Am~ster-
daze Theater Company on Saturday,
Oct. 7, %at the Whitney Theater.

319' EHuron

Portraits of Quality
Go t.
OIL PHOTOGRAPHER

Phone 961-L
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We Do French Dry and Steam Cleaning
PMESCSING end REPAIR ING
Suits Cleaned and Pressed 75c Suits Pressed 25.
FIULLER & O'CONNOIO Tailors 619 E. William St,
H
HotelCmeln

Majestic Theater.
There will be an entire change of
program at the Majestic theater to-
night and' incident~lly I 2andgei Lane
promises one of the, best of the vau-
deville shows of the' season. The big
attractions tonight will be the' Orphe-
us Comedy four and Dorfothy Vaughan.
The former is one of-the fufidie'st 'com-
edy male quartets' on' the' vaudeville
stage and the latter's chief faxnie rests
on the fact that last season she
played the title role 'in'the produc~tioni
of "Madame Sher'ry" during its long
run at the Colonial Theater~, Chicago.
Later she succeeded' "Stella Mahew in
the chief role in a "Barnyard Romeo"
at the' Americair 'Music Hall, New
York. Miss Vaughan is a note'd stage
beauty.
Five acts 'will constitute the newsh w a d t e ecn s ri s o ex
clusive photoplays 'will be "shown. The
motion pictures" shown at the Majes-
tic are exhibited' there exclusively and
will 'not be seen at any other theater
in 'Ann Arbor. Beautiful specimens
of' colored' motion phoetograp'hy make
this feature' an important part of the
Majestic programs.
Foresters Ha'e New Course:
A new 'course in surveying' is to be
offered to fourth year foresters. Base
lines, triangulation and solar and stel-
lar~ observations consti'tute the work.
Two fifty; paid in "advanice, 'brings
all, the news' of this "And other univer-
sities to 'your' door every morniing.

S .W.Cor. Bro'adway, at 54th St.,
N*eai,.Iltb St. Subway and 53d St. Elevated

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College Men Always V< elcome
Special Perms for College Teams
Ideal Location. Near Theatres, Shops
and Central Park
New, Modern, Absolutely Fireproof
Transient, Rates, $2.50, with Bath, and Up.
All Outside. Rooms.: Send for Booklet.

SEEKS

VNDER THIS MANAOISMIENT OF
Harry P. Sfiniso %n, formerly with Hotel Imperial.
R . 1.Binhamr, formerly with Hotel Woodward

216 S. INGALLS 'ST

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In Advance
THE PI N:E S
503 BAST JEFFERSON" STREET
Catering to parties a specialty.
Music by Fiseher's Orchestra.

#SUBSCRIBE NOW
Mrs.- J. R. Trojanowski
FASHIONABLE IHAIRDESSER
Hair Ooods, Hairdressing, -Manicuring and
Face -Massage.
Rainwater Shampooing a Specialty.
1110 South University Bell 696-W

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freshidn Caps,
Cyan. Shoes, Suitsj, Towit ,'Etc.
Laboratory Sults and Aprons
Enbineering Overalls and
Jadkets', Interwoven Hose
OperatingCoats and Apr6nW
Holeproof' Hose -~ Sweaters

IWAGNER -& CO.
Student Outfitters I
State St. Sign of the big wbi.e shoe

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Slickers and Raincoats
Meistersohaft Shoes
J. & M. Shoes
Barkerp Collars
Redman Coltars
Stetson Hats
Hawes Hats
Cluett Shirts

ited
Number of
,oral Union Tickets
certs $3.00
IFLONZALEYS -Jan, 22
LHEVINNE - Feb. 16
MAY-MUSIC FESTIVAL-4 Days 5 Concerts
igne~d by responsibe party

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Mane you bought'.a CO-OP TICKET, 500. '5% discount at the following stores:
tie-Tower. Sam Burchfield-Tailor.
r& Co.. Tom Lovell-'Shoe' Repairs.
& o.Sid-'Millard Printer.
IownV Canoe Agency. J. F. Rentschler-Photographer.
ril Malcolm-Tailor. Haller 's Jewelry Store-Except Water-
an & Co.-Stationery and Leather, man Pens. Big Bens and Ingersoll
!e Books.Watches.'
tJ Books. ~AIF ~ Koch & Nich6I~-'urniture.'

A.G SPA '1)D(O& BROS.
Th Sal lgTra~ark are the largest au
of OFFICIAL EQUIP-
Qp ,INQ MENT,forallathletic
TRADE sports and pasihnes.
Q Q N If you are'interested
i~n Athletic Sport you;
MARK should have a copy of
~ INE,. logue. It's a complete
is known throughout Wnay'soeiort
the world as a WhtsNwiSpr
Otiav -mntae of and is sent free on re-
Qsa tty quest.
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Detroit United Liunes
On information to Division Stiperin-
tendent Allen, Ypsilanti, of the ,Detroit
United Lines, by officers of Varsity or-
organizations, the movement, beyond the
capacity of the regular service, of any
,group of students to or from Ann Ar-
bor, extra cars and extra service r'ill be
'promnptly supplied.

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Music

and papers.
Goldman Bros.-Pressers,
]DOWN-TOWN.
Allenel Hotel.
..Alen & C.-Haberdashe'rs.

MZTROIT.
Martin Maier & Co.--Leather Goods.
Sheehan & Co.-Books 'and 'Stationery.
Spaulding's Agency, at T. B. Rayl's; also
Hardware, etc.

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