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THE MICHIGAN DIAILY

I MUSIC AND DRAMA. 1

SOPHIOMORES SEEM TO HAVE
BURIED WAR HATCHET DEEP.

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STATE
*STREET

MaJestic Theater.
What will probably be the highest
salaried act that will play the Ma-~
jestic theater this year will be the star
attraction at the Maynard street vau-
deville house for the first three days
of the coming week. For thrree years
the famous Nat Nazarro Troupe of
sensational athletes has been the big.
attraction at Luna Park, New York.
The act has a standing offer of one
thousand dollars to anyone who will
duplicate the feats performed by the'
members and something entirely dif-
ferent from anything of a similar na-
can be looked for tomorrow night.
Another big number' will be Matilda
and Elvira, two dancers from Spain.
They are true types of Castilian beau-
ty and will offer a dainty and original
dancing act. A new series of exclus-
ive photo plays will be presented for
the first time in Ann Arbor and already
this feature of the Majestic program
has attracted wide attention.

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$12,00

Furnished room suitable for one
two people. Modern copivenlences.
per week. 908 E. Ann St.

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$3

-For the first night in nearly a week
hegray caps dotted the, streets last
evening and ┬░the verdant individuals
were allowed to. go unmolested
-,Awrever they pleased. Alleys and
back-streets, which seemed so popular
among Freshmen on previous even-
ings, were abandoned by the new ones,
for the Sophomores had apparently
buried the hatchet. A number of the
F'reshmen even displayed their courage
by risking a walk down State street
for a sack of popcorn.
In the residence portion of town one
or two small hazing parties were qui-
etly carried out, but for a Saturday
night, activities were unusually light.
SENIOR LAS
Let us typewrite your Conveyancing.
McNitt & Lewis, Law 'Typewriters, 302
S. State St.
GtTHE LAST -WARNING.
Gtyour Salz pen tomorrow. Mon-
day ends big pen sale. $2.00 pens at
906, $3.00 pens at$2.50. 'J. L. Skin-
nier, 306 State, St. 5
Sweaters cut over at the Palais
Royal, 209 E. Liberty. 1-tf
S horthand class designed especial-
'J y for students will be organized Mon-
day, Oct. 9, at the. School of Short-
hand, 711 N. University Ave. Special
defer red payrnentplan for students un-
able to pay tuition in advance. Better
investigate:5
The Kempf Music Studios. Piano
and Pipe-Organ, Voice.' 312 So. Di-
vision St. Bell. Phone1076-3. 1-6
Varsity Tailoring Parlors 336 State.
Agency for Ed. Strauss Co. Enough
said. 4tf
Typewriters for sale or rent. McNitt
& Lewis, 302 S. State.
LET .ME.
remind you for the last time, get a.
Salz pen tomorrow, for this is the last
chance. 3. L. SSkinner, '306 State St.

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NEW, WHITNEY THEATRE

Friday, October 20th

MAUD

In Rostand's Poetic Drama

"'Chanticler"

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One Performance Only

OMPANY

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Shorthand class designed especially
for students will be organized Mon-
day, October 9, at the School of Short-
hand, 711 N. University Ave. Special
deferred payment plan for students
unable to pay tuition in advance. Bet-
ter investigate. 5
Shorthand class designed especial-
ly for students will be organized Mon-
day, Oct. 9, at the School of Short-
hand, 711 N. University Ave. Special
deferred paymentplan for students un-
able to pay tuition in advance. Better
investigate. 5
The original hamburger will open
soon and have a fresh lot of hamburg-
er's. Watch for themi at 603*E. Lib-
erty. Orders of 40 cents or over will
be delivered promptly as usual from
5 p. m. until 2 a. m. Special atten-
tion to freshmen. Come and get ac-
quainted.
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Shorthand class designed especial-
ly for students will be organisaed Neon-
day, Oct. 9, at the School of' Short-.
hand, 711 N. University Ave. Special
deferred paymentplan for students un-
able to pay tuition in advance.. Better.
investigate. 5
BESIMER'S GRILL -- Charcoal
Grilled Porterhouse 'Steaks, 113 W.
Huron St.. Upstairs, opposite Inter-
urban Station. 1-24 eod
1915 Engineers will find all shop
tools at State Street Hardware. eod tf
GOOD ;BOARD $3.50 IN ADVANCE
THE PINES, 503 E. Jefferson Street
Catering to Parties a Specialty.
Music by Fiscber's Orchestra.
JOHN FERGUSON, Proprietor

Exclusive Agents for
THE ROYAL TAILORS
Suits "and Overcoats, $20 to $35
Guaranteed pure wool, every thread. $5 to $10 less than local tailors
a-nd every garment must satisfy yous in every resp ct or don't take it,
don t. pay one c- nt. No money down. COM1E N AN D L OOK
OVER THElBTHREE I- UNDRED FALL. SAMI LES.
ALLMAND & FORSYT HE
SHOES AND CLOTHING 215 S. MAIN

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SOUVENIRS
To Ladles
WEP, MAT,

AURTUR LANE, i MANAGER

Program
Changes Thulrsday

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Welsbach Gas Light
The
IDEAL Study Light
100 Candle Power
Engineers Draughting".Lamps
for Gas Company:

Be sure and attend the Special Red
Tag Piano Sale now going on at Grin-
nell Bros. Music House, 120-122 E
Liberty St. A sensational piano
clearance of Sumfmer Resort Pianos.
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SALM PEN SALE.
almost over. If you want a Salz pen,
buy tomorrow. Sale ends Monday.
$2.00 pens at 90c,. 00 pens at $1.50.
$6.00 pens" at $2.50. J. L. Skinner, 306
StSate St., 5
All the latest Popular song hits
such as Billy Alexander's. Ragtime
Band, Mamy's' Angel Child, All -Alone
and a dozen others at Ten Cents per.
copy at Grinnell's Music House.
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,For a first-class job of painting, pa-
per hanging or decorating, see Major
& Co.
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Polish your floors with Old Eng-
lish Floor Wax. We have the genu-
ine article.' Major & Co.t Both 'Phon-
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Nat Nazarro Troupe
Introducing 'a series of death defying feats of aihietic skill. Wil'
forfit $1000.00 to anyone duplicating this act.
ALLEN SUMMERS EL BARTO
Singing ComedianJ Talkative Triei.ster
Lawrence and Edwardls.-.Comedians
Extra Feature
Matilde and Elvira3
Castilian Dancers--Fromt Royal Theatre, Barcelona
Exclusive
Colored Motion Ply Never before seen
Views Photo IP la s in Ann Arbor
Coming Next Thursday
Vera Berliner
Eminent Violinist
MAXIM. MODELS ARE ON THE WAY

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
The World's Slen satio n

iBail
STREETS

T UTTY.E & CO,
WE SERVE HOT LUNCHES I
3 Fine Line ofI
JLowaty's and' Hagley's Chocolates

of'the room 'lies In its furniture. It's surpris
3 e The RealCo or n how- far your money will go In a storeIke
e ours. Come In and let us show you.
Martin hailer
ON FURNITURE, RUGS, ,CARPETS AND DRAPERIES

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START, RIGHT

GIRLS

Buy Your Footwear at

I1DUIZ~U~'~" 19 S.MAIN
ies wear and keep their shape better 'than others. costing
$1.50 more per pair. Moreover, we give you better service
g shoes. This is why we send shoes to so many of the
dluates all over the Uuited States.

BringXY a
What the msagazine is to the
'- modern, automatic rifle, the stem
wind to the, modern watch, the button
to the electric bell, the wonderful yet
simple CRESCENT-FILLER is to
It fills and cleans itself instantly by means of
the "Crescent-Filler." Also the sihoothest woriting pen-
never "hangs fire" or makes a miss, but meets every
writing need with a precision that is remarkable.
Finest 14-k hard; iridium-pointed gold pens. in. al
points and for all use-m~anifolding, bookkeeping,
atenography. Mtc. Priem. $300 and up. -
Cso. Wuhr
Sheehan It Co.
L. C. Sobbesd.
F: J. Sobbesd.
Johni A. Tic.
do.Hailer, Est.

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Harry

Wishes to advise the U. of M. students that he has
secured his complete stock of .Fall and 'Winter I1Rools.

Lenox,

56 Lafayette Ave.

Tailor

Detroit, Mlcbk.

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GRANGER'S School of 'Dancing
Opens October 10th. Classes for' Ladis and 'Grntl em tn Tuesday and T h u I.
day' evenings, 7:00 to 8:00. For particulars call at Acaden i or
Phosne 246 Office Hours IC-}2 A. M., 2-4 P. Pt' .

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Our Repair Depart-
it. It will please you.

Fine Line of Hosiery.
For Men and Women.

AUTO LIVERY
BELL PHONE 1101
Ann Arbor Garage,-'

' 5 and 7 Pa~'senger Cars
Prices Rea~onablk
HOME PHOI~k 432-Bla.i
206 West Huron StreEt

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