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November 02, 1913 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1913-11-02

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

LYNDON, "ors"Hill Auditorium

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LET THE

Regal Shoes
Latest English Lasts

Kodak Films Finishing

FRESH

MAN

VIEW BOOKS

POSTAL CARDS

Photographer of Convention

p .-

Press Your Clothes

Indian Moccasins
More Comfortable than tlippers

GRUNER & CO.

108S. MAIN STREET
ANN ARBOR

Ready to wear
and Dress HATS in the Popular Velves and Pushes

115 Liberty East

DANA RICHARDSON

PHONE 166
We want you to know
our lunches are
"'that just
right kind"
rthe kind you've always
Uished for.
110 SOUTH MAIN STREET

offec

Roasters and

Wholesale

Grocers

Passion Play Portrayed by "Movies."
Pictures of the famous "Passion
Play," taken at Oberamergau will be
shown at the regular meeting of the
university Y. M. C. A. to be held this
evening at the Majestic theater at
6:30 o'clock. Following the pictures
Prof. W. E. Henderson will speak on
"The Master Key."
Dr. .. R. Angell Speaks at Union Today
Dr. James R. Angell, son of the
president-emeritus, will speak on
"Amateurism in College Athletics"
at the Union this afternoon. The pro-
gram begins at 3:00 o'clock.
EDITORIAL COMMENT.
(Continued from page 1.)
nesday of this week. If you are in-
terested in the welfare of your uni-
versity, you must vote. Your loyal-
ty to Michigan demands that you vote,
no matter which way your vote is
cast.
The interviews of the last few days
will not be counted as votes. We
merely wish to arouse interest by the
interviews and that has been accom-
plished.
Follow the regulations or your vote
will not count.
REGARDING THE COUNTING.
The votes of the students and the
faculty will not be published until the
three days voting period is over.
We do this because we do not care
to have public opinion sway you. We
want you to vote your convictions.
A balanced board will count and
accept the votes. Men authorized by
this board will collect the votes.
When they are chosen, their names
will be published.
COMMUNICATION.
(C'ontinued from page 1.)
our athletic director, has authorized
the statement that the claim of the
Daily that Pennsylvania intends to
drop Michigan and take on Harvard is
entirely without foundation. In the
first place Pennsylvania is not likely
to be on the Harvard schedule for
some time. Dartmouth was dropped
only last year by the Cambridge au-
thorities because they said it was too
bard a game to come just before the
Princeton and Yale contests. Would
they be likely then to substitute Penn-
sylvania, knowing as they do from ex-
perience the strength of the Quakers?
But let us assume that Pennsylvania
should resume relations with Har-
vard. There would still be two Sat-
urdays open for a game with Michi-
gan, for Cornell is played Thanksgiv-
ing day. Our eastern relations are
not in danger. Mr. Bartelme says that
he has received positive assurances
from both Cornell and Pennsylvania
that they are as anxious as we are to
continue our present athletic rela-
tions. M. C. M.
STUDENTS [AY OBTAIN SEATS
NEAR FRIENDS.
(Continued from page 1.)
Monday, November 3, except November

8.
Juniors-on and after Tuesday, No-
vember 4, except November 8.
Sophomores-on or after Wednes-
day, November 5, except November 8.
Freshmen--on or after Thursday,
November 6, except November 8.
Faculty-between 8:00 and 12:00
o'clock Friday morning, November 7.
Women--between 8:00 and 5:00
o'clock. (All other sales will be con-
ducted at the athletic office.)
General Public-Monday, November
10, until Friday, November 14 at 6:00
G'clock.
In case student or faculty coupons
are not exchanged before 6:00 o'clock
Friday, November 14, they will be
good only for general admission at the
ate, and must be signed and attach-
ed to book.
General admission: standing room
-will be sold only at the gate, which
will open at noon, Saturday, Novem-
ber 15.
Mail orders will be filled in the or-
der of receipt.
Excursions will be run on all steam
and electric lines, and special rates
will be in operation to and from Ann'
Arbor for the big game.

1530-J

Exhibit Shop:

326 S. State St., Ann Arbor, Mich

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1112 S. University Ave.

WE DO LADIES' WORK

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C. L KIDD, '7 Lit.

Frank Bros.
Fitfth Ave. Boot Shop
builders of
SMART COLLEGE FOOTWEAR
224 Fifth Ave., New York City, N. Y.

)eisi & C'., L~td.,

2F4

S. Mai, St.

You Can Distinguish
An Exclusive College

Prescriptions
Quickly and Accurately Compounded
4.D
Statloryn
Special for one week only. GOLD INITAL STATION ERY
best grade 25c box. MIChIGAN SEAL. CORRESPONDENCE
CARDS 25c box.
UNIVERSITY AVENUE PARM C
GOULDINC & WIKEL 1219 So. University Ave.
Telephone Us 416 for a box of
Martha Washington Candy

Man

By

His

Overcoat

To make judgement fair
to yourself you need only to
select your style and fabric,

Leave your

measure

and

tell us to have

1

Ed. V. Price & Co.
Merchant Tailors Chicago, U. S. A.

,

ARCADIA ONE-STE P Monday Night Class at
PACKARL D ACADEMY
Classes every Monday and Friday 7 P. Ml. Private lessons by appointment.
All late approved dances will be properly taught. Phone, 1 850 J - 570 L.

tailor your

overcoat

to

order.

You will thus

en-

HEE A T RE
Monday, Nov. 3

We are offering a loose leaf
full leather book for $1.50 at
ban's.

book,
Shee-
tf

joy not only comfort, warmth and graceful fit
but economical price as well. Let us serve you.

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

Essany 2 Part Feature

Michigan scrap books for $1.00 and
$1.50 at Sheehan's. IT
R. A. Dolph Funeral Director, suc-
cessor to 0. M. Martin. Business es-
tablished in 1857. Private ambulance.
Phone 98. eod
You can buy films many places, but
you pay the same here for Fresh East-
man Kodak films. Lyndon. Wed eod
Michigan pennants and pillow cov-

Cover up now

GRIST TO THE MILLS"
Admission - 5 Cents

We are well eq'ipp"d to serve you.
WAGN ER & CO.

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Fred.

WV. Gross
Exclusive Local Dealers for Ed. V. Price & Co

Importing Tailors

state Street

123 E. Liberty St.

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ers at Sheehan's.

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Have You Tried

Meet me at
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You've
Been Waiting For

Aurentz Box Candies

COFFY

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