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October 01, 1913 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN RAIL k'

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Pgal Shoes
Latest IEnglish L as

EVERY NEW MICHIGAN MAN
Will eventually know
L Y N DO N, 719 North University Avenue
Photographer to Michigan Students
Eastman Kodaics ni d Photo SuppliesIleavelopitig and Printing: Ulfindme ex-
clusively Phlotographic. ki glit years experience. Most modern methods. lixperi-
enced hel'rp. Best resultsvl>!ainable. I do more work than' all others in Ann Arbor
coined, c-because it is don e right. That's my particutlar business. LYNDON.

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THEATRE
BEAUTIFUL

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J1NER & GO.

108 S. MAIN STREET
ANN ARBOR

tTO WEAR AND DRESS HATS IN. I HE POPU-
LAPR VELVETS AND PLUSHES at
DANA RICHARDSON, 115 LIBERTY EAST

Pa;.ace of sweets
Down Town

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Fr~urnfa~h the Ioo Cree..m,
Attarktlori to IFroeruilties
m..id Sororities
ON MAIN ST REST

-ee Roasters and

Wholesale

Grocers

&Co., Ltd.,

2r4 S.

MIiin Sit.

Irel EnrvFi olment Exceds atYears.
At the official opening of the medi-
cal dep~artment. yesterday lDean V. C.
Vaughan spoke on "IMo eical Education
in the United States." The formal
opening address was deliveyd by
Prof, C. LD. Camp.: Enrollment in the
freshmfan "class up to last night was
lifteen more than that of last year, ad
aeceonunodatios for the class are it-
mot1exhausted.
-Prokessor Jospl Bursly has ob-
tained leave of absence for one year
to work up a new course in scientific
managemnent anid business ,adinis-
tra ion.
Jay D~unne, '13, who majored in eco-
nomics while in the university has ac-
cbpted a position in the Uiversity of
Chicago as the head of the accounting
department, a course newly establish-
ed at that institution.
Only a minority of the freshmen have
procuredi their official freshman caps.
The sale has ben excedingly low in
State street stores and very few of the
capstcan be seen on the campus.
MUT 'ANID llth{A
m aestic TUIWentre
The aniimated moving picture record
of current events throughout the World
has been revivedl at the Majestic the-
atre, and this feature which is known
as the "Majestic Weely," ilt connec-
tion with the usual array of Kinea-
color pictures, will be exhibited every
Thursday (during the season. three
pierformances are given each night, the
first starting at 7:00 o'loc, with daily
mnatinees at 3:00 o'clock. The entire
program is changed daly.
('oati i Rowe wishes to speak to all
< lass' managers at the athletic oice
sonzie timel this morning.
Studenits who ushered for Choral
Union last year please apply to W.C.
Hlollandl at the general library OctobVr
10, if they desire positions this year.
Alpha Nui will hold its installation of
officers Thursday evening at 7:30
o'clock in its' room on the fourth floor
of University hal
All mnen who are members of the Y
K. C. A. membership committee who
did not report last night are asked to
comre to the State street office at 't: 001
tonight.
Chess and Checkers club meets ata
Union tonight at 7 :30.
'Tonight at Grangers the usual Wd
We-nesday nigln assembly.
Our Clothes
are made of sperior materials
by skilled tailors right here in our
own shop.1
The lasting and stisactory
qualities of our work are lacking
in factory uiade clotes, even if
cut to your measure.
It will be our pleasre to show
yon the manlyniice patters we t
have to offer.

WIThitney Theatre
Saturday A Matinee
October 4 Night
Benefit Women's Athletic Field
Under Auspices of
Women's League U. of M.
The Distinguished Actor
Norman Hackett
in his latest success
"A Double Deceiver"
Pollncledl on the story by 0. Henry
auilior of "Aliasjinlny Valentine'
Dramatized by
Prof. Don C. Stuart
of Princeton University
Prices
Orchestra, $1.50, $1.00
Balcony, - 75c, 50c
Seat Sale Opens Thursday, 10:00 A. M.

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Visit the Newest and
Up-to-Date

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r"ank Brs.
ith Ave. Boot Shop
Builders of
IART COLLEGE FOOTWEAR
224 TIMt Ave., New York City, N. Y.
dlbit Shop: 326 S. State St., Ann Arbor, Mich.
Lioral VUnion ConcertsI

TYPEWRITERS
ills. Catalog Machines
and Samples Guaranteed
of Like New.
Ribbons and Only Factory
Papers in Mich.
THIS WEEK-Wholesale Prices
to Sht{dcuts
We 'Rent, 6 mos. Rental Applied on
Price.
LATE VISIBLES
Underwood ,... $30 to $40
L. C. Smith... $30 to $40
Royal ..... ...$25 to $30
Oliver .... ...$20-to $30
Smith, Rem. and Fox . . $10 to $20
Best Supplies Sent Postpaid. Bound
Paper, Ream 500 sheets, 40 cents. All
Ribbons, 40c, or 3 for $1.00. Carbon Pa-
per, mec per l00, toc dozen,
Call at our, Store, you save one-half-
If desired, machines sent on trial.
DETROIT T YPEWRITER CC.
160 Jefferson Ave. near Griswold
Phonc Main 4102.

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Garrick Theater
DETROIT, NMCHIGAN
Win. A. Bradv, presents
LouisM. Alcott's famous story
"LITTLE WOMEN"
Mat. Wed., Thurs. and Sat.
no

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DRY GOODS STORE
Royal Worcester
AND
Bonl-Ton Corsets

OUR LEADERS

Whitney Theatre
Entire Lower Floor $1,00
Balcony 75c, 50c
THE WORLD IFAMOUS

Matinee Today 3 P. M.
3 Shows Tonight at 7-8-9
tiCome When You Like, Stay As Long As You Please"
.ALL SEATS TEN CENTS
K'IN EMACOLO R
FILMS D'ART NATURAL COLORED PICTURES
Photo Plays Do Lxe
POSITIVELY THE GREATEST EXHIBITION OF
MOTION PICTURES EVER OFFERED ANYWHEREE
FIVE REELS OF II~B'JE'CTS
COMPLETE CHANGE PROGRAM EVERY DAY
MAJESTIC WEEKLY, EVERY THURSDAY

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BAND
JOHN PHILIP SOUSA, Conductor
SOLOISTS
MISS VIRIGINIA ROOT, Soprano
MISS MARGEL GLUCK, Violinist
HIERBERT L. CLARK, Cornetist
Will be Here
FRIDAY, Oct. 3rd.

j SOUSA
AND HIS

Schroen Bros.
Phone 1000
121 South Main Street

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Student Headquarters

FOR

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World's Greatest Pianist.

October 22

rzENAUEMetrpolitan Opera Star

November 12

IIILADELPIIIA ORCHESTRA. December 9
95 Men-Stokowski, Conductor
HIORAL CONCERT January 23
bhillo Stevenson, Soprano and Marion Green, Baritone, Soloists
ARL FLESCH . February 18
Distinguished Hungarian Violinist

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Cours e

irse Tickets, $3.00. With reserved seat
o, 50c, 75o, $1.00, extra; after October 14

Symphony Orchestra tryouts will be
held at the School of Music, Maynard
srteet, from 7:00 to 8:00 on Friday ev-
euing of this week. All interested are
urged to come, as rehearsals will start
on Sunday next. S. P. Lockwood. 1-4
1. P. Note Books with your name in
gold on cover at Sheehan's. tf
Buy Laboratory Supplies at Good-
year's Drug Store, 10 Main St. They
pay you to come down town. 1-12
A good man for" every chair at the
Liberty Barber Shop, 107 E. Liberty
St. 1-2
The Liberty Shop, 107 E. Liberty
St., Five chairs. P. A. Lee, Prop. 1-2
Football Goods a specialty at Wahr's
University Bookstore. 1-5
Gust J. Vogel, 113 W. Washington
St. Bicycles, new and- second hand.
General repairing and guns to let. 1-2
For Lab. supplies and Shop tools
try Wahr's University Bookstore. 1-5
Gym suits including shoes and sup-
porter for $2.25 at Waher's University
Bookstore. 1-6
Log slide rule with leather case for
$7.50 at W\aher's University bookstore,
1-6
.Wanted: Student to do picture
framing. M~ust have had experience.
'Lyndon, 719 N. University. 1-3

UNIVERSITY AVENUE PHARMACY COB
GOUJLDING & W I KEL
1219 S. University Ave. Phone 416
We Have a Post Office in Our Store--USE IT.

Moore's Non-Leakable
Self Filling Fountain Pens
Loose Leaf -I. P. Binders
Drugs, Toilet Articles
Candy and Cigars

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M usic for tickets

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STATE STREET

ESTABLISHED 1818
BROADWAY coR.TWENTY SECOND S"
NlEW YORK.

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DErROI1T, rUCHi.
HELEN WARE
<t d lieit' Sijz.43Morris p: ayers in
"tIER HUSBAND'S WIFE"
Mat.-Tues., Thurs., asat.
LOUIS DEL PRETE
FINE TAILORING
CLEANING AND PRESSING
LIBERTY STREET
Above Liberly Barbe-r Shop
Formerly head coat-muaker. for' Dieterle

WE DO LADIES' WORK

Our representative, Mr. Gorman
will be at the Pontchartrain, Detroit.,
today and tomorrow with Fall Suits

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