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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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ILYNDON, Twomors Hill Auditorium .

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acki naws

and

Kodak' Films Finishing

Raincoats
You don't need to go down town
to see the best that are made.
Come ein and slip one on, they
are aill made up in Norfolk with
yoke. itNo Old Timers Here."$
Time now to place that Suit and
Overcoat order too.

VIEW BOOKS

POSTAL CARDS

Photographer of Convention

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WORKING STUDENTS
TO HOLD MEETING

J. KARL
604 EAST LIBERTY ST.

MALCOLM

MALCOLM BLOCK

p.

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Royal
Chicago

Tailors

New York

Suits and O'C oats to your, order, $1,$20, $22.00,
$26 and $30
We are local agents for- this magnificent line of inade to order clothes. We want to
show you (lhe big line of w~oolens and newest style% for Fall and Winter.
One every order we save You from $S to $1.
CAMPUS BOOTERY

Y A mass meeting of all the. working
students, boarding house keepers, and
others interested in the health, work-
ing hours and the standard of work
of the working students in the univer-
s~ty, will be held in Newberry hall to-
Imorrow evening at 8:00 o'clock. All
phases of the movement to better
working conditions will be discussed,
i and representatives of the employment.
bureaus, the boarding houses, the uni-
versity health service and student
workers will be invited to steak.
"Our circular was drawn up entirely
ul~on our own experiences, which had
been corroborated with many students
in certain places," said Melvin E.
Case, '15E, chairman of-the campaign
committee. "Our movement is to let
the working students, especially fresh-
men, know exactly how much work
they are expected to do for their board.
General opinion among the repre-
sentative waiters differed greatly
when interviewed yesterday. "1w;
provements are needed in some
places. Dish-washers in certain plac!
es are reported to be obliged to eat
in draughty, and badly heafed base-_
ments. Oxidized pies are served for
dessert.' Other places demand work
overtime.{
Some waiters think that the move-
mejlt is immature, but it should be,
handled, with discretion. The move-
ment itself, however, meets the ap-
proval of those interviewed.
More than half of the student wait-
ers interviewed are satisfied with the
present conditions. Working time in.
these cases seldom exceeds three
hours a day including the time of eat-
ing. The food they get is generally
wholesome.

TEM PLE
TH EATRE
Down Town on Main
Friday, Nov.6
FEATURE
FILM.
"lhe
Jcwclcd,
Slipper
A Gripping Story
Admission - 5 Cents
Watch for the Sign

WHITNEY'
ONE NIGHT ONILY-?a
November1
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PRICES

ONE NIGH Oi 0NLY N
IMORT SINGER'S
A MODUERN E'
t'_ --TEFC LE---6

Foir R ws rclcs r...........S.
NeFour Rows Orchestra..................
Balance of Orchestra ... ,..... ,.......
Nirst Four Rows 'Balconri........._........,
Balance of Ba!cony.......................
III the Hay ..........................
Seats Friday, 10 A. M.

1.00
.25

PRICES
Firslt 'Four fRows Orhera.:; . ..f5
1ltaaucc <OrheSi ra .............. ........... ) c0
F irst F our Roues1Balcony..:...............1.00
13alanice Balconyv......,.... .................50
I n t h e h a y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
:;rat Sale Oipells aturday. bMail Ordlers n ow,

308 s. State St.

opposite'liustons'

TheSugakr Bowl
Confectioiery
We have the best assortment of
Chocolmte mim.d Boas. Bori
All ictzda of fo,ncy Ice Creamri for Parties
Try our rruit Sumndaes after the Thleatre

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cent conditions, it is our aim to co-
operate with you,, to see that. you get
a square deal, and in return we desire
your cooperation in r'aisin; the stand-
ard of other places. It was originally
our intention to p~ublish a list of the
app~roved places, but as we wish to be
perfectly fair to all, we decided to wait
until all we~re given a chance to clean
up and improve. We are now planning
A program for a mass meeting in
which both the employer and the stu-
lent will be given an opporttunity to,
give his side of the story. Hoping
shat I have made clear the purpose
end intention of our committee, I re-
main, Very respectfully,
MELVIN E. CASE, '15E.

Memdan Street

+Garrick Theater
DETROIT, PfCI1164AN
W+M..A. BRADY Presents
The Music Festival
""Little Miss Brown"l
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WASHINGTON THEATREI
Detroit, Mich.
JULIA HERN E
IN
"~THE T'ALKEIR"
THE STATE SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock $&0,000.00
Surplus and P!,ofits Si100,000.00
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
in. Arnold Win. j. Boothi C. Join Wolz, Jr.
Vice-I'res. resident Cashier
Lois el Prets
Over Liberty Barber Shop 1
I1very Shit or Overcoat turticd out
of our shop represents the best
both in material a1 d
workmianship.
CLEANING AND REPAIRING NEATLY DONE

MINSTRELS

Whiiney Theatre
THR1EE DAYS
FRI.-Nov. 6,7',8
TMatinee Friday and Saturday
Boyle Woltolk's
PE TTI CO'A T

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G. L.

WOOLFOLK

Annotunces the Following Novelties

OF TIlE,

d Street English Clothiers

(Tlie )licliigA.i Daily assumes no re-
spon sibility for sentiments express-
ed in eommnunicationis.)
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
In Wednesday's Daily Mr. Freemar
£tates that no discrimination was made
between good and bad places. In our
hand bill which is our only official
statement, appears this sentence:
"Some kitchens in Ann Arbor are
models of cleanliness, clean food it
served, and the students are given a
square deal." Mr. Freeman has a right
to believe that his place is included in
this list and I can hardly see how h(
can object to a movement designed to
clean up the objectionable places.
No, Mr. Boarding House Keeper our
aim is to be fair, we realize that there
are good places and bad ones. Thai
some students are not doing the right
thing and that others are being impos-
ed, upon. If you are living up to de-

Ballymuede Overcoats and Ulsters' : $25.00 formerly $35,00
Ballymuede Irish Homespun Top Coats, $22.50. formerly $34.00
English Corduroy Hockey Coats : $1 0.50 formerly $165.50

Faculty Man Publishes New Book.
"The Story of a Pony Express" is
the title of a new book which has just
been written by Mr. Glenn_ D. Bradley,
'07, who is now an instructor in Eng-
!ish~ in the engineering department.
The book deals in an attractive man-
ner with the. entire history of the
mail and parcel delivery by horse-
back from the timne the first rider left
the Missouri riven, April 3, 1860, up
lo the time of its abolishment after
,he civil war.
While in school Mr. Bradley was
^onnected with the staff of the Mich-
igan Daily for two years, 1905 to 1907.
He. is also the author of "The Win-
ning of the West," a story which prov-
ed very popular a year or so ago.
301111 R. Coyell Talks oniliHonor System
John R. Coyell, of the University of
Virginia, spoke to the fresh engineers
yesterday morning on the value of ev-
ery school having an honor system.
Dr. Coyell gave, interestin g examples,
showing how the system has been
working at the University of Virginia
where it has been used for many years.

13 Rowes Orchestra-
Calance Orchestra -
4 Rows Balcony--
Balance Balcony-
Seats Now,

50 - cents
--35 cents
--35 cents
3 5 cents
Selling

30 --- Count 'Em --- 30
GIRLS GALORE
Whyg Does a Chickn?
See lien Minsrel Maids

PRICES

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We're here to serve yotz give 'us a cE armce

"Pop"' Bancroft

Cor. Monroe and Thiayer

PN

feiuor M is Will Hold "Cafeteria No.
Senior fits will begin social activities'
of the year with a "Cafeteria Ho1p" at
Barbour glymnasium at noon next

1' lE'EI S ENA.BLE"BANDI)'TO

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Exhibit" Shop at 326:S0 State Street

Fresh Lit Class Picture. at 12:05
day. Front of University hall.

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PAtTCHEIP TEALM HUMBLE FRESH
IN SCRIMMAGE
(Continued from page 1.)
out all the way with efficient interfer-
ence. During the latter part of the
scrimmage Yost sent Bentley in at
Collett's -positions and the red-haired

Var'sit y
Lichtner.......L.E.
Raynsford ...... L.T.
Cochran.......G.
Paterson........ C.
Allmendinger... R.G.
Mellale......... R.T.
James..... ¢....E.

All-Fresh
...Graven
Finkbeiner
....Rehor
DeCoudres
.....Cerney
.uebel
.."... Zige~r
.....CalvinII
.Paterson
.C. Skinner

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

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Thursday. Members will go directly ((continued frmpage 1.)
tq the gyme from 11:100 classes----' lI aity :iath~le'C tes and oa1ches. One of
a lunch wvhich will be followed by jth cI ce, ci h a4.
about an hour of dancing Tickets will
go ont sale this week at 35 cents. rei'fused to be satisfiedl wi.th one tag".
1)lebougt :haf a ozenand ~lsaid he
Fresh Lit Class Picture at 12:05 to- wan orryv tl<h- h could n1ot take ;I
day. Front of University hall. jfw[OC

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I WE ARE THIE ONLY

half managed to make. a counter him-
self.
The All-Fresh were minus the ser-
vices of their Captain, Maulbetsch, at
fullback and also had a new man,
Skinner, in the backfield in place of
Splawn. But the youngsters succeed-
ed in holding the second string-Var-
sity in a most effective manner and
more than once managed to mnake a
first down themselves.
The two teams lined up as follows:

[ Bushnell ........Q.B.
Catlett, Bentley. L.HI.
Benton ........F.B.
Mead ..........R.H.

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itudents'
Everything a Student Needs. Morstt's and Glburt',s C ,ndies, and the
the Famous Original Allegrefth%'

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-Election of the president of theJ
Deutscher Verein to succeed Lawrence
Clayton, will take place. at the gener-
al meeting of the organization this ev-
ening at 7:00 o'clock in the Verein
room in University hall.

We are, well equipped to serve you.
WAGNE3R & CO.

Save money by trading with uIs. Phone u3 we del.iver the goads.
1 111 Std. University Ave.

Imparting Tailors

tate Street

Phone 1331-J

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Clomothes.

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We have those H. S & M. Mackinaws at $12.00 and $15.00. Other makes at $5.00 to $10.00.

I WHERE A DOLLAR
DOES ITS DUTY.

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LUTZ CLOTHING STORE.

217 S. Main

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