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THE~ MICHIGAN DAILY.

IEAT OVERCOATWETR
And this is a great overcoat shop.
You'll be delighted with the 1913
fashions' in overcoats we are
showing.
Now weaves from Europe and A-
merica. The most wonderful falb-
rics ever produced.
We're still working at-our chosen
task of giving our customers full
value and money (back -if they'd
rather have it.

YNDN9fro 1111 Auditorium

Kodak, Films Finishing

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"SHIRTS TO ORDER'"
J. KARL
604 EAST LIBERTY ST.

"RAINCOATS AND
MALCOLM

MACKINAWS"

MALCOLM BLOCK

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New York

Suits and O'Coats to your order $18, $20, $22,50,
$26 add $30
We are local agenrts for this magnificent htinotofnmade to or lt'rthr'~i-. AWe'Auant to
shw youA iwr big line of woolens andlnewest stlesifor r Fall aud Winter.
One everyv ord.er we save you from f,5 to 1o.
CAM PUS BOOEb'srY

S. State S5t.

Opposite IHuslons'

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theSua ow
WdVe have the best assortincult of
chocoloates "a rwd 1B0Mn ons
All kinds of fe'.ncy KoIceft" a for Pll-lies
ry out'r rrut Siznda~es afte r the The~atre

MEN OF YOTAR
IN G ETNli % i Vi St y bh sb ee.p l gin gti
;ta ~awndJ\l1oiii'rry field, adding the
iiisinii olic:llaesto the iacli e wii('l
will reprecsent i Ajhigan in the big
( 1u-rs 0oflthe seson, many Michigan
ve(t irans have bem 0emu1la~ing "Da'"
13lc uiiaii and "'To)m"' Reilly at va-
ouis educlationlal institution:; through-
(n>t lu.,, country.
The demand for Yost coached men is
littic to be wondcered at when oe con-
siders the success which these men
have mt with in the ast, and during
the present season. Michigan's brand
of football has this year been taught
in schools fromn coast to coast by suh
former stars as "A ndy'' Smith, '"Rill''
Edmunds, "Indian" Shulte, "Tor" o-
gle and "Dave" Allerdice.
Probably the most attention, how-
ever, has been centered on the friend--
ly rivalry between "Carp" Carpel,
S'*Tonm" Law ton and "Do;" 1Dougas,
due to the fact that the teams coached
by these men have met on the field of
battle this fall.
"~Carp'' Carpell has been busily n-
gaged propounding the mysteries of
the gamne to the stronlg Olivet aggre-
,ation, "Toni" Lawton at the Univer-
sity of Detroit and "Doug" Douglas
hans met with huge success with Mich-
iain's .All-Fresh team. Douglas seems
to have the nest of the argument, his
team having humbled Lawton's crew,
who ill turn downed Olivet in a 12) to
12 game.
~ WP$IWER PLANT WILL2 BE
Work on the new university power
p lant, which wais begun in February,
is progressing rapidly, and, according
to Superintendent of Grounds, Marks,
vrill be put into service within the
next four' or five months. The new
building, which is approximately 120
by 192 feet, will have one room set
aside for the engineer's records, whilej
the remaining floor space will be de-1
voted to boilers and machinery. The
sub-station, which is being erected be-
t ween the medical building and the
ymnasiani, will be the distributing
center for all the buildings on the
campus. Neither the university hos-
pital nor the observatory, however,
will be supplied for the present by the
new plant, but plans have been a-1
ang;ed so that all the buildings may be;
united under the system in the future.
The main building and the sub-stationI
are connected by a tunnel of concrete.1
eight feet high and six feet wide, with
walls from six to eight inches thick.
?wive lines of pipe and two cables run
through the passageway. The 0old
(power plant, which has been in service'
since 1892, will be taken over, with
all its equipment, into the engineering
( departmient, 10o' exerimental purpo)s-
es.

ORIENTAL ORATOR
IS TO GIVE TALK
lkiyo Su1e lui, '06 the peeress Ja.-
.tnese ora tor, has been seured by the
)ra toia I association for a lectuire
<0ll3( time in Decemlber .As vice-prs
:-'dent and representative of the Great
lakcs International Arbitration Sodi-
>ty, ini a -recentl y taken lecture tour
-roundl the Yorhd in the inerest o1 i-
t'rnatjoial pealce, Inuiiigainled an en-
viable rejp u.ti on as I (Au nee, being
'litbusiastically received from Loi-
don11 to Tokyo.
Inui sprang into fame as a ollee
oraior'in 1906, when he won the Nor-
thern Oratorical League contest for
i1 ichigan. Since that time he has ad
wide experience as a lyeum lecturer,
w ritei', journalist, traveler and the
general secretary of the Japanese As-
sociat ion of America which position
be now holds.
His subject "The Japanese and Cal-
i fornia" is one on which his familiar-
ity with world histoi'y and p)olitics en-
ablies hime to speak with authority.
Adelplit Debaitrs A rgue Viti l bet.
The Adephi debating society held
ashort progr'ain'last night. After five
minute addresses by W. W. Schroeder,
1, F. W. Ayers, '17, and it. J. Hlall,
15, the following proposition was de-
bated: Resolved: "that all saloons be
removed at. least four miles from all
state educational institutions." Thie
affirmative side was taken by G. M.
C'oulter, '16, andi D. Fl. lHarned, 17, the
negative byJ. It. Cotton, '16, andI te.
A. Paton, '16. The negative side won.
Four new members were eected.About
20 members will try out for the Varsi-
ty debating teams prliminari(s ext
Monday night.
Will Sell Flowers F'em Game.
Chrysanthemums, shipped from Fort
Wayne, Indiana, for the Pennsylvania
game, are to be placed on sale by the
Y. W. C. A. Miss Ellen Moore, '12, is
appointing a committee to assist 'in
marketing them.
WOLVERINES A RE A X 1I'S', FORt
BIG FRAY.
(Con tinuned from page: 1.)
ficligau (' Corson
ilyous......... .........Mehaffe y
Pontius ..... ...L.11.........Guyer
'Traphagen.....l,.G. .....Munns (C)
Paterson (Capt.) (C.............. Cool
. llmendinger... R.G. ........Hyland
r Lsser......... ,rT......XlMallory
Lchtner.........E. .........Rees
H ughitt......... Q......... Shtuler
Craig ..........Li-. .......Barrett
Gailt........... R.l...:......Brades
Torbet.........F'.1.....Hardwick
DRAMA LE'AWTEI, ILL HOLD)
FIRSTI' ME'IING WEDNESDAY
The local branch of the Drama
League of America will open its pres-
cut season with a meeting net Wed-
nesday evening, November 1. This
year the leagtie will guarantee two and
possibly three good plays, one of

IWIITNIBY
ONE NIGHT ONLY
November 1
PRICES
Four Rows Orchestra.....................fir, re
Next Four Rows Orchestra .............. ... i.o0
Balance of Orchestra .... ......... ..........."75
first Four Rows Balcony .:................. .7
Btalance of Balcony ..... ........... ......... .50
II the Hiay ....................... . 25
Seats Friday, 10 A.M.

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ONE NIGHT ONLY Nov.a1
Li.MORT SINGER'S
A AMOD EERNwE V E
4Go-PlEOPLE--6(0

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OD PRICES
First Four Rows Orebextr.................$i
Balance Orchestra,.......................i(
First Four Rows Balcony- ............... .o
Next Four Rows Balcony,. ...............
Balance Balcony....... .............. ..... 5o
"In the bay"........ ........ ............. .25
Seat Sale Opens Saturday. Mlail Orders now.

Garrick Theater
DETROIT, flICflIGAN
WM. A. BRADY Presents
The Music Festival
""Little Miss Brown"
WASHINGTON THEATRE
Detroit, Mich.
JULIA BERME
IN
'THE'TALKER"
THE STATE SAVINGS SANK
Capital Stock $50,000.00
Surplus and Profits $100,000.00
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
W'.nn. Arnold Vin. J. Dooth C. John Wotz, Jr.
Vice-Pr es. Piesident Casbhier
Louis el rete
Over li1berty Barber 'Shop
E ,very suit or Overcoat turned out
of our shop represents the best
both in material an-d
workmanship.
CLEANING AND REPAIRING NEATLY DONE

'Whiney Theatre
THREE DAYS
SAT. 6,7,8
Matinee Friday and Saturday
Boyle Wo liolk' s
PETTICOAT
INSTRELS
30---- Count "Enm' --30
GIRLS GALORE
Why Does a Chicken?
See the Minstrel Maids
PRICES
13 Rows Orchestra - - - 50 cents
Balance Orchestra - - - 35 cents
4 Rows Balcony - - - - 35 cents
Balance Balcony - r 25 coots
Seats Now Selling

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C! L.oOLFOLK
Alinounces the Following Novelties of the
Bond Street English Clothiers
Ballymede Overcoats and Aisters: $25.00 formerly $35,00
Ballymnede Irish Homespunq Top Coats, $22,50. formerly $34.00
English Corduroy Hockey Coats : $10.50 formerly $10, 50
Exhibit Shop at 326 S. State Street
WILLIAM . 'EL

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FORMidfERLY THlE VARSITY TAILOR GI, ANN ARBOR

""Pop"" Bancroft

Car. Monroe and Thayer

wishes to announce that he has opellc(1 a tailoling establish-
inent ini Detroit at

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With a Complete tine of

BRITISH AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS

Special attention given to miy. College trade. 'T'lie same prices
with Better Satisfaction andl Better Workmaniship.
IDIETIERLE-VARSITY 1TAILOR

Whicht will be "Disraeli and the other
"The Irish Players." The monthly
bulletins will be sent out as usual and
special 1announcements of good plays
in nearbjy towns will also be distrib-
1,ted.t
At the present tune there are 227
Members in the local branch, includ-
ing; many students, and a canmpaign
for ntere student members will be in-a
stituteti by the committee of which ;
P'rof. M. P.rTilley. is chairman.

Pennsy Ohnue Programs (ldt(on 1411',
Programs for the Pennsylvania game
will be placed on sale to the studlent
body at the mass meeting to be held
the evening of Friday, November 14.
(The programs will be pamphlets of 36
pages, with a four-color cover design
of a football man, and will contain
cuts of tlte opposing teams and their
coaches, Michigan sons, and nmiscel-
lan eous information of interest . rc-
garding the game.'

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

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STURDY1)"MFEH IEIJEVE w IEETS
ALMX1ANCOLLEGE'
(Continued from page 1.)
whom Yost proclaims as the best line-
plunger he has ever seen. Calvin is
one of that type of players, who, while
not flashy in form, prove valuable as-
sets to a team, as consistent grountd
gainers.
The worth. of the freshman line has
already been well proven and the up-
staters will have to go the limit if they
annex much ground via the linebtfic-

ing route. They nmen ai'e, all in prime
coi'ditioit with the (xcltinof Graven
and heis place at left andit will prob~a-
bly b,: filled-by Dunne, who i i ha been
sbow ingup strong .durin_- the,,past
wv eek.
The,, game will start paromptly at.
2 :001 o'clock andl reports from thte
Corn ell game will be readwiitthe
scores of~ the othter big contests. The'
following linetil will start: Dunine,S
LE; Finkbeiner, LlT; Rehor, LG ; Nie-
man, C; Skinner, RG ; Cerneyx, liT;
i nebel, RE; Zieger, Q; Calvin, LI;-I
IXaulbetsclt (Capt) 713; plawn, 1111

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Everything a Student Needs. Morse's and Glbert's Candies, and the
the Famous original Allegrettis'

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We ar-e well equipped to serve you.

WSACN E & CO.

Save money by trading Awith us. Phone us we (deliver tile goods.
1 111 So. University Ave.-

Importing Tailors

State Street

Phone 1331-J

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WHERE A DOLLAR
DOES ITS DUTY.

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Cloth s

Wehave those H. S& M. Mackinaws at $12.00 and $15.00. *Other makes, at $5.00 to $10.00.

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