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Latest English Lasts

Kodak Films Finishing

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POSTAL CARDS

Photographer

of Convention

Indian Moccasins
More +Comfortable than Slippers

MAY DISTRIBUTE
DIRECTORY NOV.

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JNER & CO.

108 S. MAIN STREET
ANN ARBOR

ly to wear
Dress HATS In the Popular Velvets and rUPlOShe

Liberty East

DANA RICHARDSON

".lust a little better"$

The managers for the 1913-'14 Stu-
dents' directory announced yesterday
that the final proofs had been read
and that the directory would be off
the press in a few days. The directory
will be ready for distribution about
25 days earlier than it was last year,
when it was placed on sale on Novemn-
ber 25.
Two professional proof-readers
went over the proofs besides the reg-
ular student reader. This insures an
almost perfect record of students of
the University, their addresses, and
various; classes.
Afeature of the directory will be
the names of some of the, sororities
and fraternities of the State Normal
school at Ypsilanti.
-Because there was no quorum, pres-
ent at the student council meeting last
niight no definite decision was reach-
ed regarding the sending of the band
to Cornell.

WORKING STUDENTS
START CAMPAIGN
Condemning the present sanitary
conditions of student workers in the
kitchens of the boarding houses in
Anin Arbor, working students have in-
augurated a campaign to better their
environments and services. The
scheme has met. with the ap-
proval of the University health ser-
vice, The Michigan Union, the Y. M.
C. A. and the leading boarding houses.
The committee in charge of the~
campaign were appointed recently at.
a meeting of the working students in
the university, and consists of Melvin
E. Case, '15E, chairman, Lewis C. Rei-
mann, '15, and Frederick 0. Bishop,
15E. The committee will make a
;eneral canvass of the boarding hous-
~s, circularize the 1,000 or more work-
ing students in Ann Arbor, and call a
mass meeting for general discussion.

MAJESTIC
Big Doings!.
Thursday Friday
Oct. 30-3 1
"EVERYMAN
In Three Acts
Benefit For
ANNO Wornan's Club
One Night Only
Monday, Nov.
Special Attractions
lit of M, Moving Pictures
See Yourself In the Movies

MATINEE-NICHT
Wednesday,
October 2 t
BERG' ST. JOHN'S
Merry Musical Fa i ce
" it A
Cast of COMEDIANS and SINIARS
eaddb
Qcnie Carilla
as floroily

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Tuesday
Wednesday

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Nov. 4-5

Parquet -
Balcony
Matinee:

PRO~50c, 35o, 25c
. . . . 25c, 20c
Adults .15, Children .10

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-REME"BER
BEY has the most complete line of;
ORMS for FANCY ICE CREAMS

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in the city.

QUESTION BOX.

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Roasters and

Wholesale

Grocers

an .& Co., Ltd., 214 S. Main St.

COACH TIES OUT IlS NEW
FLANKS
(Continued from page 1..)
for I chi gan in the games to come.
The little quarterback hasn't been
called on heretofore for this type of
football and he is having a hard time
Sperfecting him self. His kicks yester-
day lacked distance and drive. The
coaches also worked with Lichtner
at off ensive end.
Wihile the scrimmage was going on
"King" Cole took a few second string
Varsity men, added to them a quar-
tette of scrubs and pro ceded to make
a Syracuse eleven out of the combi-
nation. And in the near fuxture this
troupe is to make its appearance be-
fore the Varsity in dress rehearsal of
the coming~ Michigan-Syracuse battle.
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(Continued from page -1.)
ed and the division of the gate-re-
ceipts.) Marten Ten Hoor, '13.
Not so far as is known. There is
nothing in the records to indicate this.
Tap ping-Myers.
6. Was not the training table leg-
islation directed at Michigan since the
commons system at Chicago precluded
the necessity of any table at Chicago?
Was not Michigan the only member to
suffer by this legislation. Marten Ten
1-boy,-'13.
No to both questions.. Conditions at
such universities as Illinois, Wiscon-
sin, Iowa and others are practically
identical with those at Michigan. Tap-
ping-Myers.
COMMUNICATION.

WHITNEY
Three Days Only
T hursday, Friday, Saturday
Oct. 30-31, Nov.,
Matinees: Friday-Saturday, 3 P. M.
MORT SINGER'S
"The Hert

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Down Town on Main Street
Wedne sdaliy,
October 29

KAI EM
Feature Fill

LET THE

A MUSICAL GIRL SHOW
35-" PEOPLE -.35
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Press Your Clothes

WJE DO LADIES' 0OK

The Overcoat Question
You can't dodge it
Don't shiver and snuffle

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Cover up now

(Continued from page 1.)
and some of which were deemed by
the Board to be, under conditions ob-
taining at Ann Arbor, not conducive
to the best interests of those who par-
ticipate in athletic games. (Signed)
G. W. PATTERSON,
Chairman of Board in Control of Ath-
1etics."
s (Signed) E. J. Phillips, '14H:
-Triangles, the junior engineer hon-
orary society, initiated ten new mem-
bers at its meeting last night. The
men, who were chosen on personality
and scholarship, are: J. C. Abbot, H.
{-H. Caswell, V. M. Chatfield, J. E.
Hughes, W. D. Johnson, P. H. Middle-
ditch; H1. S. Parsons, 1. IL Reindel, F.
W. Sheehy, and W. H. Stewart.
Newsboys call at Michigan Daily of-
fice and find out about the big C1onven.
tion Extra.

Bough and Adams
Production Intact
Prices
First 13 Rows Orchestra - 50c
Balance Orchestra - 35c
1st Four Rows Balcony - 35c
Balance Balcony - ?5c
Seats Tuesday 10 A. M.

Ca 1. KIDD, 917 Lit.

Garrick Theater
DETROIT, flCRJIOAN
Triumph Under Two Flags
HELEN WARE, as Mfary Turner in
""Within the Lawe"
WASHINGTON THEATRE
Detroit, Mich.
JULIA HERNE
IN
"A WOMAN'S WAY"

Sacrific
at the
Spiliway"

Admission -10 Cents

Ch~CtFlowers
Fine lot of Palms and Ferns for Necoraking
Cor. 12th St.and S. Univ. Ave. P"hone 119 S

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1112 S. University Ave.

ARCADI.A ONE-STEP Monday Night Class at
PACKARCD ACADEMY
Classes every Moanday and Friday 7 P. M. Pri~vate lessons by appointment.
All late approved dances will be properly taught. Phone, 1 850 J - 570 L.

We are well equipped to serve you.
WAGN ER & Co.

Importing Tailors

state Street

4 o Furniture Pianos
.O ra9 +Merchandise

Frank Bros.'7 -
Fifth Ave. Boot Shop
Builders oi
SMART COLLEGE FOOTWEAR
224 Fifth Ave., New York City, N. Y.V
Exhibit Shop: 326 S. State St., Anon Arbor, lic h

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41 0 N. 4th Ave.

Phone 82-L

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writes smoothly-never falters. It won't
clog. It can 't leak. Nothing to take apart.
$2.50,. $3.00, $3.50. x$4.00, $5.00 and rip.
For sale by

The

Leading Dealers in _
Ann Arbor
Conklin Pen Mfg. Co. --
Toledo, Ohio

of Sin"

Thursday
"he Gangster"
Friday and Saturday
" The Feudists"
2 ...REELS-2
AD MISSION
Adults, 1 C Children, 5c

A soap for every purse and purpose.

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Delicately scented soaps and unscented ,,, aj ;--we have
a -soap to nmeet your purpose.

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UNIVERSITY AVENUE PAM C
GOULDING & WIKEL 1219 So. University Ave.
Telephone Us, 416 We insist on satisfying

MATINEES, 2:00, 3:30
NIGHTS, 6:30, 8:00, 9:30

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