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LYNDON
At the Sign of The Kodak"

Regal Shoes
Latest English Lasts

Kodak

WHITNEY
TWO DAYS ONLY

Films

Finishing
Flashlights and Groups

Telephone 458-L

719 North University Avenue

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THURSDAY
FRIDAY

Nov. 13-14

WhilneTh
Matinee and Ni
Saturday, Nov. 15th
She's Bringing Joy
to Town
itABRADOffer.
Liottle

Indian Moccasins
More Comfortable than Slippers

UNER & CO.

108 S. MAIN STREET
ANN ARBOR

L/4 OFF ON ALL MILLINERY
Beavers Excepted, at-
15 Liberty East DANA RICHARDSON
PHONE 166
IT IS UP TO YOU
If you wish to insure certain
satisfaction let us handle
your
, --. E CREAM
AND PUNCH ORDERS
116 SOUTH MAIN STREET

GERMAN POET TO
SPEAK SATURDAY
Dr. Ludwig Fulda, the eminent Ger-
man poet, playwright and translator,
will lecture at 8:00 o'clock Saturday
night in room B of the law building,
under the auspices of the German soci-
eties of Ann Arbor. His subject will
be "Die Deutschen in Amerika, ein
Kultur-Problem."
Dr. Fulda is in America on a lecture
tour, and during his three week stay,
he will speak at various educational
centers of the country. He is well
known throughout Europe, and as an
author, stands today with Sudermann
and :lauptmann. He is the author of
"Der Talisman," a satirical drama,
"Das Verlorene Paradies" and "Der
Dummkopf," a play which was pre-
sented by the Deutscher Verein in
1911.
In speaking of Dr. Fulda, Prof. Ed-
ward S. Meyer of Western Reserve
University said, "Fulda's preeminence
among modern German authors lies' in
his exquisite expression. His diction
is pure, and his style marked by the
perfect finish and phrase."
-NI -ELSI'Y . -NICES
No Ferris Institute meeting will be
held this Saturday evening on account
of the game. Meeting will be held one
week later.
Michigan Socialist club will meet
tonight in Newberry hall. ,
Fresh laws will meet at 4:00 o'clock
this afternoon in the law building.
Comedy club meets in the Cercle
Francais room at 4:00 o'clock today.
There will be a band rehearsal at
7:00 o'clock tonight in University hall.
All members are expected to appear
in full uniform.
Senior laws will hold their first
smoker at 7:00 o'clock tomorrow night
at the Union.
Totem club will meet Thursday
night.
(ITi BREVITIE .

ffee Roasters and

PUBLISH BOOK OF
MICHIGAN SONGS
A new Michigan song book has
at last become a reality. One hundred
and fifty copies arrived from the pub-
lishers in Cincinnati yesterday, and
900 more are expected to follow with-
in the next few days.
The new book was edited and ar-
ranged by two Michigan alumni, Roy
Dickinson Welch, '09, and Earl Vin-
cent Moore, '12. The work of publi-
cation, which began last June, was
superintended by Mrs. Root, of the
University Music House. The decorat-
ing was done by J. H. Meier, '14E,
and Fritz Bade, '15, making the book
essentially a Michigan production. It
is dedicated to President-Emeritus
James B. Angell.
Forty-fivesongstare contained in
the book, most of them adopted from
the different Michigan Union operas.
Only three of the songs do not belong
purely to the campus, but they are al-
lied with university traditions.
Many of the songs appear in pub-
lished form for the first time. The
majority of these have been taken
from the junior girls' plays. Some,
such as "The Ladies," "Away WithI
Rum" and "Ta-Dum Ta-Dum," have{
been sung around the campus for sev-
eral years.
Michigan's Alma Mater song, how-
ever, does not appear in the new book.
The copyright to this song is controll-
ed by outside.parties, who refuse to
allow thelauthors of the new publica-
tion to use it, without the payment of
a large rental.
CAMPUS IN BRIEF.1
-All dental students who have not
paid their laboratory fees by Novem-
ber 15, will be excluded from the lab-
oratories.
--The enrollment with the appoint-
ment committee yesterday shows that
41 prospective teachers have filled out
th1e required blanks,
-Tjhe address by C. W. Cook before
the class in current literature, sched-
uled for tomorrow evening, will be
postponed to Thursday, November 20.
The lecture will be public and will
be held in the Russell seminary room
in the museum,

MATINEE FRIDAY
The Famous Cartoon
Mutical Comedy
D USTER
RON
With MASTER RICE
SE E T I G E
M ARY JANE
30 - PEOPLE - 30

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'IHE SEASON'S BIG
LAUGH FESTIVAL
With Original Company and Pro-
duction Direct From 481h treyt
Theatre, Nbrew Yo k (ity.

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PRICES
13 Rows Orchestra -
Balance 4
4 Rows Balcony y -
N"xt 4 Rows Balcony-
Balance "

$1.50)
1 .00
1.00
.75
.50

Prices:

50c, 35c, 25c

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Wholesale Grocers

Garrick Theater
DETROIT, nICHIGAN
Emma Trenlini
(Farewell appearance in Comic Opera)
' The Fire Fly"
WASHINGTON THEATRE
Detb oit, Mich.
JULIA BERNE
IN
"The House Next Door"
uate class of the forestry department
is the largest in the history of the
course with 30 men registered.
-x-
-Lounger night will be observed at
the Union on Friday. The mass meet-
ing for the Penn game is scheduled
for 7:45 o'clock, after which a large
number of the members are expected
1 to attend.

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LET THE

RES HMAN

-During October, 1,078 new books
were added to the university library,
The library bindery rebound 755 books
last month,

Press Your Clothes

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WE DO LADIES' WORK

CI. KIOD, '17 Lit.
1112 S. University Ave.

30-J

In accordance with its regular cus-
tom, the Michigan State Telephone
company will put on an extra force of
operators in the local service for the
Penn game Saturday, to handle the:
returns and press business.
In order to prevent any traffic block-'
ade on State street after the Penn
game Saturday, Chief of Police Kenny
will enforce a new rule for the regula-
tion of vehicles. Automobiles will not
be permitted to stand before the en-
trance to Ferry field, and all drivers
of automobiles must turn east on
Arch street or south into Edwin street,
when travelling on State street.
Several extra police will be placed
on duty Saturday about the city, and
plain-clothes men have been engaged
from Detroit and Toledo to guard
against pickpockets and professional
crooks who may be attracted to the
city to prey upon the visitors.

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Quickly and Accurately Compounded
5tadtionery1
Special for one week only. GOLD INITAL STATIONERY
at grade 25c box. MICHIGAN SEAL CORRESPONDENCE
kRDS 25c box.
NIVERSITY AVENUE PHARMACY

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-Chess dnd Checkers club meets at
the Union at 7:30 o'clock tonight.
Play in the open tournament will be
continued. Additional entries cannot
be made after this date.
-Prof. H. H, HIlgbie will address
members of the American Institute
of Electrical Engineers on "Recent
Developments in Electric Lighting" at
7:30 o'clock Thursday in room 348 of
the engineering building,
-X
-W, A. Foote, of Jackson, has pre-
sented the engineering department
with a collection of 15 enlargements
of hydro-electrical, and steam power
developments.

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--"The Relation of Instructions in
Journalism to Courses in English,"
will be the topic of Prof. F. N. Scott's
address before the annual meeting of
the association of Teachers in Journ-
alism at the University of Wisconsin,
November 28 and 29,
-,x-,
-Prof. H. E. Riggs has a communi-
cation from the city engineer of Flint,
Michigan, stating that several men
are needed as inspectors. He prefers
men who have had some college train-
ing, and students who have friends
not in school this year, who desire
engineering work, should see Profes-
Ior Riggs.
-Rabbi A. M. Hershman, of D.etroit,
spoke at the Menorah society smoker
at the Michigan Union last night. Pro-
fessor J. R. Brumm, of the rhetoric
department, Nathan Goldstick, '15,
Charles Goldman, '15L , Arthur Cohen,
'14L, and Solomon Shappirio, '15E,
also spoke.
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-Sophomore lits will start their social
season with a smoker at the Union at
7:30 o'clock tonight. Mr. C. S. Botich-
er, instructor in history, will be the
speaker of the evening,
-Registrar A. G. Hall, who is attend-
Ing the convention of the State Tem-
perance league in Columbus, Ohio, will
return Friday morning.
-Paul Doherty, '14, has resigned as
president of the Mimes, Hi. successor
will be elected at the next regularj
meeting next Wednesday.
-Henry P. Seaborg, '14L, and Seibert
D. Wise, *'14L, who were injured inr
the collision between two ears at
Wayne on the D, U. I.. Saturday night,
are rapidly recovering from sprains
which they received.
-The first of a series of formal danc-1
ing parties, to be held at the Union,,
by the Wright Saxophone trio of Co-
lumbus,.will be held Friday,.Novem-
ber 21. Arrangements for tickets1
can be made with William Shafroth,
phone 319.l

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MAJESTIC
Monday and Tuesday
Rejene
IN THE GREATDRAMA
k" Ma Ia inc
IN 4 ACTS
BY SARDOU
Wednesday and Thursday
$100,000 PICTURE
"TIGRIS"Y
The Master Cracks
mans Cast of 2000
People in 4 aots
T EATR LE
Down Town on Main
Wednesday, Nov.1
Feature Film
"Tro oper Billy"
Friday, Nov, 14
"The Wheels
of Fate"
Waeh for tih Sign

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

Cover up now

GOULDING & WIKEL

1219 So. University Ave.

-Prof. Filibert Roth, of the forestry
department, and Regent J, E, Beal
have been appointed by President Har-
ry B. Hutchins to represent the uni-
versity at the Conservation Congress
to be held in Washington, D, C., next
week. Prof P. S. Lovejoy, also of the
forestry department, will attend the
meeting, as a delegate from the Mich-
igan Forestry association,
-. W. Sherer, '12, has accepted a
position as instructor in the forestry
college of Ohio State university.
--This year's enrollment in the grad-

Telephone Us 416 for a box of
Martha Washington Candy

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We are well equipped to serve you,

WAGNER &

CO.

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Importing Tailors

State Street

IE-STEP, TANGO, HESITATION and the latest approved dances will be properly
ght at the
PACKAKD -ACADEMY

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-A complete automatic railroad block
signaling apparatus is to be installed
for the use of the classes which will
be started next semester in railroad
signaling at the engineering building.
This course was offeredalast year, but
the department was handicapped by
the lack of experimental material,
--
-An invitation has been extended the
senior dental class to visit the exhibi-
tion of the Dental Manufacturers' club
at the Pontchartrain Hotel in Detroit
Thursday. Special cars will be run
on the switch opposite Barbour gym,
leaving at 12.:00 o'clock Thursday. The
return train will leave Detroit at 11:00
p. m.

every Monday and riday, 7 P. M.
Redusod rates on Hall Rentals.

Private lessons by appointment.
Phone 1850-1 570-L

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VAI KING LOO
Come Up and Try
George's Chop Suey
Delcious Chinese and American Dishes
L South State Street Phone 1244-L

THE NEW MICHIGAN SONG BOOK
CONTAINS THE HITS FROM MICH-
IGAN OPERAS AND OTHER LATE
MICHIGAN SONGS.-University Music
House. 38

If You
Expect
PHONE US AND SAVE TROUBLE
Co E. GODFREY, 410 N. Fourth Ave, Phone 82-L.

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