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BEAT OVERCOAT WEATHER
And this is a groat overcoat shop.
You'll be delighted with the 1913
fashions in overcoats we are
showing.
New weaves from Europe and A-
merica. The most wonderful fab-
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.

Kodak Films' Finis hin

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POSTAL CARDS

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Photographer of Convenition

Arbor, 69 to 0.'
November 1-University of D troit at
Detroit, 39 to 7.
November 8--Alma College at Ann
Arbor 45 to 0.
The total rpoints made by the:,All1-
Fresh team is 255, while tht tt'ld iof
the competing teams is only 7.

Whitney Theatre

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TW DAYS ONLY
ThURSDAY N~11
FRIDAY UHil13-14
The Factous Car,-oon
30 -PEOPLE -3

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ONE NIGHIT ONLYNo.1
~MORT SINGER'S
A OERN EVE
6.0-PEOPLE- 60

NO"TICE

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"SHIRTS TO ORDER" "RAINCOATS AND
J. KARL MALCOLM
604 EAST LIBERTY ST. MAL

MACKINAWS"

LCOLM BLOCK

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Royal
Chicago

Tailors

New York

Suits and 0'Coats to your order $18, $20, $22,60,
$20 and $80
We are local agents for this magnificent line of made to order clothes. WAe want to
show you the big line of woolens and newest styles for Fall and Winter.
One every order we save you from $5 to $10.
CAMPUS, BOOTEiRY
308 S. State St. Opposite lustons'
The Suekr Bowl
Coznfectionrery .

NOTED AUSTRIAN TO,
Prof. Joseph Redlich, of the Univer-
sity of Vienna, who is a Priv-Coun-
cilor of the Austrian Empire, and a
member of the Austrian Parlia ent,
will give a lecture on "The Racial
Conflicts and Parliamentary .ilnstitu-
tions in Europe," at 4:15 o'cloc!K, to-
morrow afternoon, in room C of the
law building. The lecture, which is
being given under the auspices of the
combined law and-political science de-
partments, will be open to all students
of the university.
Professor Redlich, who is porfessor
of Public Law in the University of
Vienna, has written several volumes
on law and parliamntary procedure,
one of which, "Procedure in the House
of Commonos of Enigland," in three
volumes, is used in one of Prof. 'Reev-
es' seminary courses in Political Sil-
ence. Another of his important works
is "Local Government in, England.
CLUB TAKES BACK
$100 PRIZE OFFER,

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TREtITINI

The Date for

in "The Firetly" has been
postponed!
New Date will be
announced later*
300 STUDENTS ASK
More Walld)300 posp ectiveteache~rs
attended the meeting of the appoint-
inent committee in Tapp~an hall y ester-
Jay afternoon. Prof. Davis outlined
' he work or the committee, explin iing
Ile m thod of enrolling with the com-
mittee and outlining the prospects that
tre: before the students.
Permanent enrollment may be made

Prices-,

WASHINGTON THEATRE
Detroit, Mich.
IN
""Thy Hoes Nevxt Dorp"

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5Qc, 36c, 25c

t PRICES
Rfllnrc rchestra....._.................1cu
110r" 1Four Rows Blcony.......... ...o0
Ncxt Four Rows Balcony...........75
I;.aiance Balcony.............. .......50
''in tht: hay'....................S
Seat Sale("pens Saturday. Mail Orders xnow.

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Matinee and Nih
Saturday, INov. 1,5th
Se's Bringing Joy
to Town
WILIrAm A. BR .nv O'fors
0a

We have the best assortment of
Choco ates m.nd lion.lBons
All kin~ds of fegacy %Ice Creamns for Partleas
Try our Frult Susndaes after the Theatre

M.aimStreet

VA

G. L
Announces the
Street

WOOLFOLK
Following Novelties of the
English Clothiers

Bond

Ballymede Overcoats and- Ulsters: $25.00 formerly $35.00
Ballymede Irish Homespun Top Coals, $22.50 formerly $3400
English Corduroy Hockey Coats : $1050 formerly $16.50
Exhibit Shop at 326 S. State 'street

W. F. Smith sells Victor Typewrit-
rs. Second-hand Royals and Under-
oods. 102 E. Huron, over Dawson's.
all 2380-L for demonstration. Stu-
ets insurance 35 cents per hundred.
tf
THE BEST AND MOST COMPLETE
'OOTBALL SOUVENIR FOR THE
EAR IS THE PENNSY-MICHIGAN
EIXTRA." FEATURE SPORT STO-
,lIS, INDIVIDUAL PICTURES OF
HE TEAM, AND THE DETAILED
:EPORT OF THE BIG GAME OF THE.
EAR STRAIGHT FROM FERRY
TELD.

BUNTING IN
EINNSYLVANIA
ARD. MACK &

MICHIGAN
COLORS, 5C
CO.

AND
PER
36-40

who compares more than favorably
with any booter on this year's Varsity
squad, a forward pass thrower of abil-
ity, and a good end runner. Coach
Yost uses punts, passes and end runs
from the same formation, and with one
man who can do all three things well
he should certainly ,be satisfied.
Zieger is a go~od field general
and a heady player.' On the
line, Rehor, the only 200 pound
man of the squad, showed himself to
be a guard of great promise, Cerney
and Finkbeiner were worthy tackles,
while Nieman at center, and Skinner
and DeCoudres at guard, were also re-
liable.
Three injuries marred the season of
the youngsters. C. Skinner, an end,
broke his arm before the season open-
ed. In the Alma game Saturday, Cer-
ney had the large bone in his right
ankle broken, and Huebel seriously
sprained his right ankle. The two ac-
cidents occurred in the third quarter,
within a few minutes of each other.
Within a week the numerals will
be awarded to the chosen ones, and
(the season of the yearlings will then
be officially over. The record of the
fgames, fol low :
October 11-Michigan State Normal
College at Ann Arbor, 26 to 0.
October 18-Hillsdale College. at
Hillsdale, 76 to 0.
October 25-Adrian College at Ann

Owing to the fact that none of the Saudyvon.nrlmni ob
fourteen plays submitted to the com- made in the office of the registrar, and
edy lubhavebee demed uitblea fee of one dollar will be charged for
for local production, the executive ,,.ery enollnit made alter Satur-
cormnittee of the club has decided not play. Every student in the university
to award the $100 prize, offered to thewh has any intention of teaching is
student or alurmni author of the chosenh strongly urged to enroll at once. En-
play' rolimenlts ma ty be withdrawn at any
The $5.00 rizefor te bett ime, if the applicant desires to do so,
play submitted will be awarded, how-, thus making it possible for students
ever. The prize committee, consisting o receive the benefit of the work o
of Professors Scott, Strauss, and Lloyd the committee, even though l they have
have narrowed their choice down to not fully decided to become teachers.
three mansuscripts, and the finfal de- Students who are qualified to, teach
cision will be made this week. v.ocational subjects, oratory, and other
These three are of such merit, that less commnon subjects, and who have.
they will be submitted to David Belas- the ability to coach, are especially re-
co, in New York, who has agreed to' quested to mnake these facts known on
have them read before anl audience of their enrollment blanks. The demand1
pofesoa producers. Should any for teachers of these subjects is unu:s-
of the managers deemr any of the man- ually large compared with the supply,
uscripts worthy of serious considera- and higher salaries are paid for these
tion, the authors will hear from the positions.
interested manager directly.___ _____
The reason the executive committee -professor R. 11. Curtis, of the uni-
of the club decided the plays were im- vriyosraoyhsse h e
possbleof campus production were comet discovered, by Zinner, in Ger-
varied. A majority of the plays were many. It is visible through a small
of the problem type, while the others tlsoeadcnb bevdfo
either had too elaborate settings, or Ann Arbor between 8:00 and 10:00
were too intricate for working up in! o'clock in the evening.
the short time left the club. The club ___
has not sufficient time to re-write any UN~IVER~SITY CALEIjNI)AR,
of the manuscripts, and will therefore___
choose another play for its annual Nov. 12.-Prof. Joseph Redlich, of the
production. The choice will be made University of Vienna, one "Racial
at once. Conflicts and Parliamentary Insti-
tutions inl Europe," in room "C" of
the Law building at 4 :15 o'clock.
-Nov. 16.--Prof. Shailer M1'afhews at
The Overcoat Question the Methodist Episcopal c'hu rch,
Youcant ddgeit7: 30oo'clocak.
O~art dode itNov. 18.-Annual Union football smo-
Don't shiver' and snuffle ker.

W~e've here to Serve yosi dive 'uIs a Chan~ce

et op" Bancroft

Cor. Monroe and Thayer

THE STATE SAVINGS BANK L s cr t
Capital Stook $60,0 00.00 ou
Surplus and P!ofits $100,000.00 Th; ~ ecatTio
Wmn Arnld i XVm. J. 13oot1 C. John V olz,, Jr
Vice]'re. ir~saent OnsiieOver Liberty Barber Shop

Garrick Tetr
DE~TROIT, ICIiGAN
tlharewell appearance ;u Comiic Oper-a)
-R e Fire Fly

You may rest: assured that work.
left with us wAill be done in our
own sho~p. We guxarantee
aibso lute satisfaction
with every garment.
GLEANN AND REPAIRING NEATLY DONE

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THlE SEASON9,SBI
LAUGH FESTIVAL
With Original Comipasny u nd Pro-
-ductioiu Direct from 4811 Strect
'Theatre, New York City.
PICES
13 Rows Orchestra - - $1.50
Balance tt - 1.04)
4 Rows Bialcony - - - 1.04)
N.vxt 4 Rows iBalcony - - 075
Balance - - .50

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Monday and Tuesday
Rejne
IN THE CGR EAT DRAMA
IN 4ACTS
BY SARDOUJ
Wednesday and Thursday
$1000 PICTURE
The Master Cracks
Mani. Cast of 2000
People in 4 acts.

IT WILL BE "YELLOW," YOU CAN-
OT MISS IT-THE BIG FOOTBALL
EXTRA." IT IS BUILT FOR A SOU-
VENIR AND WILL FIT RIGHT IN
V OUR SCRAP BOOK.
ALL-FRESH ROLL UP 255 POINTS
TO OPPONENTS 7.
(Continued from page 1.)
ter on more than one occasion.
Splawn the right half on Douglas'
coring machine, is a player of exact-
$' the type to fit into the Michigan
tyle of play. The Texan is a punter

anamam

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Morse's and Gilbert's Candies

We are well equipped to serve yot;.
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We have those H. S & M. Mackinaws at $12.00 and $15.00. Other makes at $5.00 to ;3100.
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