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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ADhfe Tailor

HAS MOVED TO

at Liberty street
aynsrd, in the New Malcolm Block

ready to got out your order at OnCO,
and resarve a Suit or Overcoat.

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AND STATIONQE$

DR. ANGELL THINKS
CYCISTS RECKLESS
President Emeritus Believes
That Authorities Will Soon
Take Action
SMALL BOYS CHIEF OFFENDERS.
"University legislation prohibiting
or at least restricting bicycle riding
on the campus would certainly be de-
sirable," said Dr. James B. Angell yes-
terday. "The Board of Regents has
never passed any ordinance on bicycle
riding, ,but so much criticism has
been made lately on the reckless prac-
tice that I would not be surprised to
see them take some action on the mat-
ter. However, the board would prob-
ably not concern itself in the case un-
less recommendations or suggestions{
were made first by the Senate Council.'
"Although the bicycle is not so pop-
ular now as formerly, it has become
more dangerous to' pedestrians be-
cause it is being used so largely by
children. At one time nearly every
professor rode a wheel to his classes;1
the old bicycle racks around the build-t
ings are reminders of those days. Ofi
course, under those circumstances,t
the regents would hardly take actionc
against bicycle riding, but such leg-t
islation was not really needed then.t
It is only of late, since the wheel hasE
become a toy of the reckless youth,t
that the situation has commenced tof
demand attention.c
"The Senate Council by itself mightt
be able to cope with the problem.'
However, action on the part lof thep
Regents would give more weight toi
any ruling. I expect it would be thet
duty of the superintendent of grounds

ad itional three minutes or fraction
thereof. In this case, the local oiler-
atir who first asks for your number,
completes the call."
"When a subscriber wants a partic-
ular party in Ypsilanti, he should call
Long Distance and give the call to
the Lozng Distance operator in this
manner :, This is Mr. - John Jones at
telephone No. (587), and I want to
talk to VMr. Wiliam Smith, at Ypsilan-
ti, whose telephone number is (274).
In this case our Long Distance oper-
ator makes every possible effort to
connect Mr. Jones with Mr. Smith,
the person desired in Ypsilanti, and
if Mr. Smith is not connected with
Mr. Jones, no charge is made The
regular charge for this service is ten
cents for the first three minutes con-
versation, and five cents for each ad-
ditional minute or fraction thereof."
"So you can see that if you are not
sure that the party to whom you de-
sire to talk to is in, it might be more
economical for you to call Long Dis-
tance rather than try to put the call
over local trunks, and be charged for
getting the number for which you
ask."
"We are growing very rapidly in
the Ann Arbor exchange" continued
Mr. Given. "We have at the present
time, nearly 3,500 subscribers con-
nected. The in-rush of students at
this time of the year has necessitated
our putting on extra wagons and men
to connect up as promptly as possible.
the telephones which have been order-
ed. We are doing everything we can
to furnish the service at the earliest
possible: moment, and hope to be
cleaned up in about a week. Under
the new organization the service is
supervised and watched by one de-
partment made up of nen experienced
in this line of work, and I feel sure
that the service given the Ann Arbor
subscribers will be better now than it
has been before.
Varsity' Tailoring Parlors, 336 S.
State St., Agency for Ed. Strauss Co.
Enough sadd.. tf

of High Grade

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INEW WHITNEY THEATRE

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Late Comers not seated promptly
Monday, October 16th
After European Triumph
THE INTERNATIONAL COMEDIANS
Bailey & Austin
. . IN . .
THE TOP O TH' WORLD
Production in Detail as During its Solid
Year's Run at the Majestic and Casino
Theatres, New York.
The Big Original No 1 Comany.
Seventy People. Augumented Orchestra.
THE FAMOUS ORIGINAL COLLIE BALLET
Most Talked of Feature ever known in 1Musical Comedy
4 0 Ever Marching, Ever Smiling Ever A
Dancing, Fascinating Girls
The Truly Big Event of the Season
Seat Sale Friday, Oct. 13, 10 A. M.

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NEW WHITNEY THEATRE

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rnity and High School
ass Pins and tationery

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ctaitg antd price lists.

The Sweetest Story.fEver Told"
LIGGE TT's CHOCOLATES

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' nrnil orns, tedios, ingrowine
CHIROPOY nails, treated and cured.
Everything absolutely an-
tiseptic. Office hours. 9-12 a.m. 1-5 and ,-S p..
MISS. E. J. FOLEY
921 E. Huron Street, End North 12th
2 Blocks East of High School - Phone *S9.j
Buy your ALARM CLOCKS
at
Chapman's Jewelry $tere
206 South Main Street

Finer t Quality Candles--Guar anteed Perfct C (indition
Liggett's. Lowney's, Guth's, Weber's, Fenway
THE BROWN DRUG STORE
E. C. ED.,ILL, Prop.
S. Main St. The Rexall Store Pre y crivhnSe ma

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M1~ich.

FOR SALE1

jone of

finest homes in the city,
:ation, beautiful grounds.
eternity house. Address,
5, Ann Arbor.

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and of the janitors to enforce any or-
dinance that might be drawn up."
Registrar Hall is heartily in favor'
of some action to insure pedestrians
against the young speeders, who use
the walks as speed courses. "If I am
not mistaken, such measures were ta-
ken at one time by some campus body,
but as there was no way of enforcing
the regulations, they were later re-
scinded. An ordinance that would
provide an executive authority to en-
force the ruling would be greatly ap-
preciated by persons who have to pass
through the campus."
To Dean Reed the situation does not
appear so critical. No accidents. have'
ever been brought to his notice and
he does not consider the matter to be
one deserving especial attention.
DEFINITION OF TOLL AND<
TRUNK SERVICE BETWEEN {
ANN ARBOR AND YPSILANTI.

HENRY

&

Co.

The original hamburger will open
soon and have a fresh lot of Hamburg-
er's. Watch for them at.603 E. Lib-
erty. Orders of 40 cents or *ver will
be; deliyered promptly a$ usual from
5 p. m. until 2 a. m. Special atten-
tion to freshmen. Come and get ac-
quainted. 4tf

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Designers of Men's Clothes, will give you the Latest Styles
in
Engish cuts
HENRY & CO 711 N. UNIVERSITY

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The Varsity
TOGGERY
SHOP
A newup to date gent's furnish-
ing establishment carrying a
classy line of Men's Caps, Neck-
wear, Hosiery, Raincoats, Etc.
IT'S A PLEASURE TO SHOW
G9ODS
Call and become acquainted at
1107 S. University
Avenue
E. J. Lohr, Manager
If you want STATIONERY, FOUNTAIN
PENS, ENGINBER 'S SUPPLIES, Etc., go
to headquarters for Student's Supplies
The Student Suppy Store
GILBERT & MORSE CANDIES

Polish your floors with Old Englis
Floor W''.. We have the genuine a
tile. Major & Co., b th phones. 8
All the latest Popular song hi
such as Billy Alexander's Ragtin
Band, Mamy's Angel Child, All Alon
and a dozen others at Ten Cents pe
copy at Grinnell's Music House.

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In an interview with a local rep-
resentative, Mr. C. J. Given, of the
Michigan StatedTelephonerCompany,
Mr. Given stated that there is some-
charging for service between Ann Ar-
bor and Ypsilanti.
"We have two rates to Ypsilanti,"
said Mr. Given. When a subscriber
simply says to the operator, who asks
for his number, that he wants Ypsi-
lanti number so and so, our operator
endeavors to get him connected with
the number desired. On this class of
service we do not guarantee any par-
ticular party, and charge of five cents
is made for the first three minutes
conversation, and five cents for each

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
All Soph-Lit football candidates out
this morning at 9:30 at S. Ferry field.
Varsity Glee Club tryouts Wednes-
clay, October 18 at 7, in the School of
Music. ,
Tickets for Dr. Warthin's lecture to
all first year men can be procured at
,the Y. M. C. A. The lectures will be
given Oct. 16, 17 and 18 in the Medical
building.
All S. L. A. ticket sellers meet the
Treasurer in U hall this afternoon
from 2:15 to 5:30. Come as early as
you can.
1913 Medics meet Monday at one
in West Lecture Room, Medic building.

One of the Early Lectures of the Course
Another big headliner, the biggest in the coun-
try, will be announced within the week.
The S. L. A. will give the

has been secured by the S, 1, As to give

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L. M.

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Greatest and Biggest
LecCtureCourse5

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To date the following people have been secured:

Elegtion of Student

Councilman.

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readily ob-
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ystem cloth-
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Conlin

MAJESTIC
Matinee
Today 3 pm. a
VERA BERLINER
I1ELVINBROS.
BILLY WINDOM
CliRISTOPER
&6 PONTE

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A. Radcylffe Dugmorf
Word's Greatest Wild Animal Photographer
Hamlin Garlind
Noted Author
Senator Robert M. LaFolellet
Noted Insurgent
Opie Read
Noted Humorist
Donald Robeison
Noted Actor
Hon. Francis J. Heney
Noted Prosecutor
Jahn Michell

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Sunday Excursion

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MAGNIFICENT
PHOTE PLAYS

October 15, 1911
Returning Same Day

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Coming Monday
-iAXII MODELS -
'QELLI GRAND OPERA
Other Acts

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Noted Labor Leader
Henry J. Hadfield
Noted Interpreter L- :
W-, ° 'and
BURNS TIETHE GREAT
BURNSl DETECTIVE.

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Trains leave 6:57 a.pm.,and 9:30 a. m. Tickets
accepted in coaches only. Baggage will not
be-checked on these tickets.

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be* checked on these ~i~kets.
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Photographer

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