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.THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Regal. Shoes
Latest English Lasts

Kodak Films Finishing

IVIEW BOOKS

POSTAL CARDS

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Indian Moccasins
More Comfortable than',lippers

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108 S. MAIN STREET
ANN ARBOR

Ready to wear U T ntePplrVlesadPubs'
and Dress HATS 1i _thePopularVelvetsad________

RECORD IS SET
IN RUN TO YPSI
\ l dss ross country jaunt to
Ylslanti was negotiated in faster
time _than any similar trip in many
years . Ju t. exactly 51:08,' which is
two minutes and 30) seconds faster
than thn time made by thte team the
last time the run was made.
The 'fir'st 12 men that finished came
in together, awhile the -second squad,
which was given a five minute lee-
way, was never even sighted by those
following;. Coach Rowe and Captain
Brown are especially pleased with
this showing, not only because of the
exceptionally fast time, but also be-
cause of the unusually large number
of runners who were able to finish.
Last night's jog consisted of a short
two mile run, merely to keep the men
in shape for the handicap race on Sat-
urday., Eight runners will start from
the scratch. These are Capt. Brown,

~MmP L E
H EATH E
Down Town on Main
Friday, Nov. 6
FEATURE

ON NGH ~~yON NT lO l 'Y Nov. H
MORT SINGER'S
k~DERN EVE
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115 Liberty Efast

DANA RICHARDSON

PHONE 16
We want you to know
our lunches are,
ttthat just
right kind"
the kind you've always
wished for.
116 SOUTH MAIN STREET

FILM.

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A Gripping Story
Admission - 5 Cents

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Fox, Cummins, Watt, Carroll,
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Wholesale Grocers.

CJ-ICAGO, Nov. 6.-Special-
hundred and forty-two. new
bers and over $1,000.00

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Press Your Clothes

WE DO LADIES' WORK

. been. announced as the results
of a one week membership
and financial campaign by the Y.
M. C. A. at the University of Chicago.
!Of the money pledged, $200.00 came
from unnamed outside contributors
conditionally upon the raising of
$800.00 in the association. The last
$140.00 was pledged at the final lunch-
eon of the week. Since the campaign
.$150J.00 additional has been contrib-
uted.
Elections for class officers this year
c;Alled out an unusually large. vote
from ev ery department. All offices
were hotly contested, a margin of two
or three deciding in several cases. The
senior class ballot totaled over 200.
Charity at Chicago benefited last
week: when :$265 .00, one fourth of the1
net. receipts at last year's Bl1ackfriars
play xvas divided between the Univer-
sity settlement back of the Chicago
Union Stock aYrds and one other phil-
anthropic institution.
Activ
Acie steps have been taken by the
Reynolds club, the men's organization
at Chicago, to lprovide a library of 500,-
selec ted volumes before the close Arf
the year. Drawings are soon to be
submitted for d book plate of student
design.
F. L. ShannI~onI,'1091, Will Give Lecture
F. 1L. Shannon, '09P, state analyst,
will give an illustrated lecture in the
chemical amphitheater at 7:30 o'clock
tonight on "Fake and Fraud." HeI
comes under the auspices of the Pres-
cott club, but the public is invited.

Nov. 7.- Formal Fisher Party at the
Michigan Union.
Nov. 7.---"Lounger" night at the Mich-
iganUion.
Nov-. 7.-Opening party of the Womu-
en's league at the Barbour gymna-
sium at 4:00 o'clock. Adtdress by
President H'i. B. Hutchins.
Nov. 9.-Marx L. Margolis on "the Pli-
ble in the Making" at Newberry liall
at .7:30 o'clock.
Nov. 9.-IDr. Vaughan will speak to
the women at Newberry hall at 4 :3
o'clock.
T. W. C. A. PL-kNS SALE OF01;
{'IiRYSA THEM1CI '1'M FOR (~AM
Chrysanthemums for the Pennsylva-
nia game may be purchased at the F.
W. C. A. The flowers are to be ship-
ped from Fort Wayne, Indiana. Ellen
Moore, '12, general secretary of the
organization, has appointed a comomit-;
tee to take charge of the sale, which
will be conducted in front of Newber-
ry hall. The larger buds will cost 50
cents, while the smaller size will
bring 35 cents.
Paris Lecturer to 't'alk on French Art.:
M. Paul Vitry, a graduate of l'Ecole
du Louvre, Paris, will speak in French
on "French Art," November 24. 111.
-Vitry is one of the non-resident lec-
turers now traveling in the United,
States, addressing various universi-
ties and chapters of the Cercle Fran-
cais.
Prcf gtoi :46115 Rerre; e ts MIiigl rII.
P~rof. Albert T. Mills, '99-'08 A.M.,
will represent theJ university at the inz-
auguration of Dr. George E. Fellows
as president ofE Decatur CollegefDe-
catur, -111., December 9. Prof. Mills is
professor of history and political sci-

EXT RA
This Altroon
andTonight"L
ego "I
r, cred With ~ttc eada
inspiring lua pctill o tte t t
wil b sown At the
Mt' i ne :Tonihti- n L Y

'IkW iiney Theatre
I ~THREE DAYS
S Nov. 6,.7, 8
Itatie Vfriday and Saturday
GIRLS GALORE
{ e eMntre ad
13Rows" Orchestra - - - 50 cents
F falance Orchestra - - 35 cents
4 Rows Calcony- - - - "5 cents
B'alanice Balcony - - 25 cents -
Seats Nowe Selling

C. 1. KIDD, 317 Lit.

1530-J

1112 S. University Ave.

WILLIAM E. DIETERLEI

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'Fie 1M'usic re-Aivalt
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(l-- c-rvi~onday MdFiiyI.l. Pt it ,-ofl-,by appoliin ent.
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FORMERLY THE VARSITY TAILOR OF ANN ARBOR

wishes to announce that he has opened a tailotinig establish-
ment in IDetroit at
94 WEST FORT STREET

With a Complete Line of

BRITISH AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS

Special attention given to niy College trade. The same prices
with Better Satisfaction and Better Workmanship.

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

DIIETERLE-VARSITY TAILOR

Cove r' up now

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PLA NT INSTIALLED) TilS WEEIK
The fire protection plant of the uni-
'versity will be completed this week.
The plant. costs $18,000, and has taken
more than a year for its construction. '
at consists of two high powered elec-
tric motors, water pumps, and a Sys-
tem? of water mains, which reach ev-.
ery part of the campus. An operator
for the motors will be kept on dutty'
day and night, and the motors are
connected with both the city and the
university currents.
Prof. B. F. Bailey, head of the elec-
trical engineering department is dire?-
tor~ of the installation.

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best gradle 25ebox . M[4 iAN rt'SEAL C(WR' 0 i} ".: )ENCE
CARDS 25c box.
GOULDIN & WIKL 1219So. University Ave.
Telephone Us 416 for a ljox uf
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Most Recent Importations
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