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THE MICH{IGAN DAILY

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pllar Sh1irts

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I to have 'the best
on the market'
otlhtem.
tterns, Cuffs ,

123ELIBERTY 51
M ARBOR
MItCH.

MUAIC AND -DRAMA
One of the most famous of legitimate
:actors' known to the dramatic stage'
will be in the attraction at the 'Ma-
jestic theater f or the first three.
days this week.. For. years, Porter'
J. Wh ite and his production~ of "Fawtst"
have been familiar to theatergoers
fand his su~ccess.. on the vaudeville
stage is now well known. Four times#
within .the. past 'two years, Porter J.'
'-White has been the star attraction at
the Temple Theater, Detroit' where
uis.production of "The Visitor" waLs
the talk of the town. Aside from this
. great attraction, one of the best of
comedy male quartets will sing in the
act know n as "~Tuxedo Comedy Four."
Mss Hardie Langdon, who has been
*a popular favorite in the musical com-
edy productions at the La Sabo~ The-
atre, Chicago, will be another feature,'
wihile a. clever pair of fun akers,
.Brooks and Young;, will appear in a
rural Shit. As an added feature, Joe
WVhitelijad, the famocus musical comn-
edgy star, willl mnake his second annual
aplpearance at the ?Majestic. Joe White-
head has, starred in "The Time, 'the
Place and the Girl," "The Red Mill,"
"The 'Umpire," and other well known
musical shows.

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CLA4SSIiED AD)S.
- I. erfr ii matter 'for - this
e3la sigitd; eolumn must always
be Imid-for in advance, an~d, maay
be left at the D)AILY officea op-
pDOsite tl b Ujestic between tlhe
liOUrs Of 12Bnoon and 10 p. wn.,
or at Quarry's Drug Store, N.
University :and Stagte, at any
tinie up tor 9 :30 pr. n
These Ads brig Results.

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wake !
Dare riot ffer frcae~s
old'-f - gy styles.
1 cr our chitf bt. sin(
is sedlinig men' s-- bo)
clothes, to pa~. ,cu 1
p :op e.
people who exp,

LOST .
Lost- Waterman Ideal Fountain Pen.-'
Large reward offered to finder. No-
tify D. B. Spencer, phone No. 403-L.,
621 S. Ingalls St. 21-22-23
FOR SALE
1For 'Sale--Onq good Oliver Typewriter.
Practically new and it is going at
half the price. Telephone 825 L and
,leave name and address. 22 & 23
For 'dale- Dress Suit, frock coat, And
overcoat. All of finest material and
in p~erfect :condition. Call ..80'4'L.
22 & 23
WANTED.
Wanted-Five or six young mien who
desire family board. Call No. 434
Maynard' Street. 2i-22-23
Wanted-Private lessons in: dancing,
wranted by a beginner., Adress, R.
T. Norman, City. 20-21-2-2-23
FOR RENL.
For Rent-Nice single room° and suite.
Aill modern conveniences. .-Short
walk from campus. :Terms reasona-
bile. Desirable for medics. 314 N.#
State. ; ...,23

AND HAND MADE

GARMI NT S

The clothes of wide-awake gent itm r ,at
prices.
'We know that your visit to our store will be mutuiAly pr,

PURE WOOLEN FA RICS

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Your Nirty

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f the. Season"
tc apprnpriate'y-=veia cettb latest-in
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rdpePapers, Lunch Sets, Tally and;
'awou ttes, 5Siel Engraved Post
~FOR ALL. OCCASIONS

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES

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chairer Co
BINDERS
B~ell Phone 1404.

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sonA'fiuir ones ini the
stook' ju~t received.
Beauty
of form and quatlity-
Man druka Forms
$2 00 to $4.00
:Qxi.~r-,y Drug Co.r

Musical Clubs picture. at Randall
and' Pack's tomorrow -at 12:15.
Meetin-g of the student's Y. P. R. U.,
Unitarian. church, 8 o'clock tonight
Subject for 'discussion, - Ibsen's "An
Enen*~ of the -People." Everybody
welcome.
Sophi Eng. football practice, 3:30 p..
in' Monday.
Ce'rcie Francais meeting, Monday
evening at 8:30.,
:Meeting of* business staff of Michi-
ganensian in office, 11 o'clock. this
morning.
Meeting of the executive commit-~
tee of the musical, clubs at Union, Mon-
d ay, 7 p. m.
(3A I I'%OYLE IS11"WLL RE( E VE 1.
31an agemient Well Pleased, Promises
Bigger and Better Magazine.
' The Gargoyle had an exceptionally
large' sale yesterday" said Managing
Editor Francis Riordan last night,
"and the are more than pleased with
the way the first number has beent re-
ceived 'by everyone, The cartoons
seem especially popular, and we intend
to continuie featuring this department
making the magazine at the same time'
larger and better- than ever bef ore."
Over 300 copies of the Gargoyle were
disposed of yesterday, and. judging
from the demand, the, sale of the in-
itial' issue promises "to,.he the largest
ever put out.
J UMIO ItLAWS BEAT SEIOR l.iS
WH"IIL EXENINFERS PTLAY IrIIE
(Continued fromPage i.)
ably be held today,, and the result
of the decision will be posted ion the
inotice board at the athletic association
oflice.. If the game stands_ as it is, the
i1 w. hplayed off. Monday after-
noon. The regular. Monday conitest
j ,;weua the junior. and senior lits.
Harvey Cornwell, Thomas Loran and
Paul Morton wvill act as officials.

Typewriter
BalBeaing-La~g Weari. g
You'll nleed a Ty-qpwriter later. Gtt
the best now and haVv i 's u:se While in
college Ask us to show You
FIELBER & ZEWADSKI

For Rtent -2 room :suite, steam heat
new rugs and 'furniture. Price $3.50.
632 East. University -Ave. Roy. L.
Hogue. 23-25-29-31
sweaters cut ever 'at the 'Valais
Royal, 209 E. Lyiberty. 1-tf

("GermP- OeIcap,
'COR LIBERTY AND MIA
A mnost c onvenrient ph
ban king'.
Cor. State aids!
Block from Cam
Mrs. C,. A. RI

AUTO LI'VF.RY
BELL PHONE 1141w

Ann Arbor Garage,

206 West

Huron

310 S.- State St.

Rosenberg calls and delivers.

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All 'the latest popular song hits at
Grinnell Bros. Music House at ,Ten
cents per. copy. A complete, stock of
the latest Opera hits at popular prices
also." Everything in college Ysongs and
ollections. '' 18 tf
FIor a qg.et afternoori or 'rvening gc
ur the Huron. 'U. of M. BOAT A -

GRANGER'S School of hand
Classes for Ladie '-and G.-ntlemn nTue-Cdavand lihurslay Evenin,-, s 10: t
J7oi n(ow. Turmn b -gin-. when you do. Private' lessons- given ty a poin
Fo'r palrti -ulars cal. ut Academy or
P1horxo 246 Office flowuc-s 113-12 A.. M., 2-4 1
Coalleg e Laud r

Up Stairs]

5 an-d 7 Ptasenger
Prices Rea-onai
HOME PHOfIL 452-Mlace

Rosenberg's phone, Bell 266.

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FINE HANDI)W RK,

606 E. Lib

Pianos to Rent. Terms reasonable
Schaeberle &i Son,. Music House, 110
S.: Main St. ' tf
~Rosenberg jrycleans sweaters. 12tf'
Have you seen those nobby Oxford
blues at Milward's? Tailor, 330 S
State St. 19 tf,
Rosenberg dryclean suits. I2rf,
Shoe repairing; laces and polish for
sale. J. H. Lambert, 613'EI. William St
3 eot tfa

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Wadr a'saaiz., Couikltx Self
Bt Bi Iti-, Rgea*t-rs. Alarnns ast
.S N'tvcaty .A arx
ITORII AN JEI ATELRY and NO' ELTIES.'
ttlrv end-,ach- Repairing'
s Jewelry Store
Bell phorxe 534 L

MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY

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Shoes repaired while you wait. An-
dres, '222-96o"State ,St:3tf.
STJBSCRIBE FOR, THE FOLDS .AT
HOME AYD PWRITE FEWER. LET-
TEIIS.
Rosenberg presses suits-25 cents.
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Exe usive Engagement
Ther.'Pd ter I. bie
TeCelebrated Dramatic Star in his greatest success

olie~ Yiichigan Pins, Fobs Frr~4 pi
cI~ogoJewelry Btg Ben alaY' $2.50 Arnold.
~wemer - alarms 3,n
)'our P( trowtqe i reldfoc Iker

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nand St. :,Next,:(dvor to UnJiversity: Gdhdil of Music
lome of Music-=For the College $tudent
* Thie New, 5 ' -

C Chafi ng ,Dishes
5 o'clock Tea, Coasters Egg Boler,,
"I or $-D'oeu'vre - Dishes, Fruit and
Bread Basket. All finishes to be
found at
SCHUMCHERHardware

308-310-312'S'. Main

"The Visitor''

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F LNE Impicrted and Dom esdo 'MCoths-Priced from $1.50 #o,$4.00
The entire line is oPenl for your inspectioni, even tliough 'you do not wish to purchase at the-
presenlt time.j

Interpreters of "FAUST"
Extra Feature
Tuxedo Comedy Four
The Greatest of Male Quartets
Miss Hardie Langdon Young and Brook
Talking Songes Comady Sketch
Added Attraction .'
Annual hieh a nm
late star of "Time, Place and Girl," Red Mill." Presenting
"Bunch of Squirrel Fruit"
Coming Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Adam &GOhi o. Te Two Admire
Lots of Girls- 20-People-20--Remember the dates
Novemiber 2-3.4----7-8 Big Musical Goi

'ASITIY"

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TINKER~&', COMPANY
Furnishers and Hatters to Jniveroity Men
COO. S. STATE and WILLIAMS STS,
WATCH OUR WINDOWS FOR NEW IDEA S

ow Ready

Cloth es of College11en

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Allen"'s Good Clothes Store

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