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November 15, 1913 - Image 4

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LYNDON
" At The Sign of The Kodak "

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Kodak

Films

is a great overcoat shop.
e delighted with the 1913
i in overcoats we are

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Finishing
Flashlights and Groups
L 719 North University Avenue

Telephone 458.1

Matinee and Night
Saturday, Nov. 15th
She's Bringing Joy
to Town
wi1.rinu A. BAxvv Offers
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Europe and A-
wonderful fab-

rking at our chosen
our customers full
ney back if they'd

"RAINCOATS AND MACKINAWS"
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Tailors

go New York
to your order $18, $20, $2160,
$20 and $30
iaguificent line of made to ordrr clothers. We wnt to
.woolens and newest styles for bal and Winter.
>rder we save you from $; to $io.

FRESHMAN COACH
GIVES NUMERALS
Coach Douglas has selected sixteen
members of the All-Fresh squad as
worthy of the honor of wearing their
'class numerals in gilt letters. Most
of the men chosen were measured for
their sweaters last week, but the list
was not completed until yesterday.
The sixteen letter men will
meet again with their- coach in the
near future when they will pose for
the group picture. .
The following men were awarded
the sweaters and caps:
Capt. Maulbetsch,Splawn,Calvin, Zie-
ger, l uebel, Cerney, C.A. Skinner, Nie-
man, Rehcr, Finkbeiner, Dunne, Des
Coudres, Graven, James, McNamara.
Cecil Skinner.
MIDNIGHT DANCES'
MAY BE TABOOED
Dances lasting over midnight will
fall under the campus ban if the stu-
dent committee, to be appointed, re-
ports satisfactorily to the non-athletic
committee.
At a meeting of the non-athletic
committee and student representa-
tives Thursday, the non athletic com-
mittee representative suggested that
a committee of students, representa-
tive of all campus organizations and
classes, organize a "moral uplift"
movement, the idea being to close all
dances at midnight, to supply a better
class of music and to employ a better
system of chaperoning.
MICHIGAN MEN PREPARED FOR
FINAL BATTLE.
(Continued from page 1.)
prosecuted. A. few seats, about 250 in
number, will go on sale at the athlet-
ic association office this morning.
These are the seats which have been
held for the students who had not yet.
exchanged their year books.
The game is to start at 2:00 o'clock.
The 'gates for general admission will
be opened at noon, and it is expected
that a large crowd will be waiting to
get the best seats.
The following is the probable line-
up oftthe two teams:

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BOOTERY I
Opposite Mustos'
.r Bowl

uonery
st assortment of
nd Son Bans
e Creams for Partea
daes after the Theatre

TRAFFIC REGULATIONS TO
BE ENFORCED BY POLICE.
Because of the immense crowd at
Ferry field this afternoon, the police
department is making preparations to
relieve traffic congestion on State
street immediatly after the game.
No vehicles will be permitted to stand
before the entrance to Ferry field, and
all automobiles bound for the campus
or eastern part of the city must leave
via Arch or Edwin streets and then
north on East University.
Zoological Club Holds Regular Meet
Professor A. F. Shull, of the zoologi-
cal department, reviewed Bateson's
"Problems in Genetics," at the regular
meeting of the Zoological Journal
club yesterday morning. Miss Win-
nifred J. Shepard, '14, gave a review
on Mitchell's "Heredity in Asplama-
cha Amphora." After the meeting, the
members of the zoological faculty
took luncheon at the Union, as is the
established custom. The next meeting
of the club will be on Friday, Novem-
ber 21, at 11:00 o'clock in University
hall,.
REGENTS VOTE DOWN RETURN
TO CONFERENCE.
(Continued from page 1.)
vited Michigan's return and its hope
that there be fostered in all education-
al institutions a high standard of
sportsmanship and manhood. The
board believes that ,the present status
of athletics at Michigan is in many
respects satisfactory, but will wel-
come, and as far as expedient, co-op-
erate in any changes in college ath-
letics that will further the objects
for which the Conference was origi-
nally founded.
NEW TRADITION MADE OFFICIAL
BY RESOLUTION.
(Continued from page 1.)
to certificates issued to training school
nurses. Action was taken providing
for the housing of nurses in the two
bungalows in the rear of the hospital.
This will allow the transference of
the nurses from the second floor of
the maternity ward so that the chil-
dren's department at the university
hospital will be enlarged.
An official Maize and Blue button
was accepted by the board as the uni-
versity badge. The buttons resemble
those of the Union save that they have
2 Blue background with a gold M,
A petition was received from several
faculty members, and students, re-
questing that the stage in University
Hall be fixed to allow student theat-.
ricals to be presented there, in pref-
erence to the Whitney. The petition
was referred to the building and
grounds committee. It is probable
that Hill auditorium will be recom-
mended for such use.
Ralpht Carson, '17, was awarded the
PhII'lips Classical scholarship. Ross
McLean was appointed an assistant in
history.
Chi Omega, a national sorority, pro-r
posed that each sorority chaperoneG
be made a university fellow, and that

PRICES
13 Rows Orchestra -
Balance "
4 Rows Balcony--
Next 4 Rows Balcony -
Balance " 00

Miss

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The way to a man's heart is imu his stomach. Our lunches
I find the way to yours.'
"Pop" Bancroft Cor. Monroe and Thayer
WILLIAM E. DIETERLE

Brown
THE SEASON'S BIG
LAUGH FESTIVAL
With Original Company and Pr.
duetton Direct From 48th Street
Theatre, New York City.

" The Fire Fly
THE STATE SAVINGS BAN
Capital Stock $50,000.00
Surplus and Profits $1 00,000.0
ANN ARBOR, MICH4.
Win. Arnold Win. J. Pooth C. John Wo
Vice-Pres. President Cashier
George. Biachofi
Frlorloet
220 Chapin Sireet Phone B
Choice cut flowers and plants
Louis Del Pre
The Merchant Talk
Over liberty Barber Shoj
You may rest assured that y
left with us R ill be' done in k t
own shop. We guarantee
absolute satisfaction
with every garment.
CLEANING AND REPAIRING NEATLY 0

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FORMtRLY THE VARSITY TAILOR OF ANN ARBOR

wishes t4 announce that he has opened a tailoring establish-
ment in Detroit at

94 WEST FORT STREET
With a Complete Line of
BRITISH AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS

$1.50
1.00
1.00
.75
.50

m Street

G. L. WOOLFOLK
Announces the Following Novelties of the
Street English Clothiers
de Overcoats and Ulsters : $25.00, formerly $35.00
de Irish Homespun Top Coats, $22.50 formerly $34.00
Corduroy Hockey Coats : $10.50 formerly $16.50
it Shop at 326 S. State Street
ACK'S TEA ROOM'
unces for Saturday, Nov. 15, all day
BLE D'ROTE DINNERS
ead of the usual a la carte S rvic$.0
~eef, Chicken, Turkey, 5(Jc, 75c, $1.00

Special attention given to my College trade, The same prices
with Better Satisfaction and Better Workmanship.
DIETERLE-VARSITY TAILOR
Wha-Mai-Lou
The New Chinese and Ameircan Restaurant
The Finest dishes of both nations, served in the finest
style. Tables aliron the first floor
Oriental Curios Chinese Tea
We solioit your patronage
611 E. Liberty St. Phone 1649-L
G. S. O. CHEN, Prop.

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Lyons.......... R.E.
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. ..Murdock
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Young (C)
....Avery
.Minds

this matron live in the house contin-
ually and be a university graduate.
The regents approved this, but said
that there should be no monetary sti-
pend.
HUTCHINS AND YOST TALK AT
BIG YELL FEST
(Continued from page 1.)
and gave a stirring speech. Harold

has been assisting Yost for the past
two weeks, explained how the Michi-
gan spirit clings to a man no matter
where he is.
Carroll Haff, '12-15L, led old and
new yells. The Hawaiian yell was the
feature of the evening and the stu-
dents readily accepted it as a valua-
ble addition to the Michigan reper-
toire. Edward Kemp, '12-'141, led

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FOM
FLOOR MACK &CO.A

TEA ROOM
2nd FLOOR

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

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, th' singing of several new songs writ-
P. Titus, 11, also gave. a pep-arous- ten especially for the Peansy game.
ing" talk showing how the men of Lyndon was on hand with his usual
the Michigan teams have always been well selected bill of slides, and the
real fighters and guaranteeing to the band furnished several selections that
audience a decisive victory today. gave evidence of the faithful pract h-
"King" Cole of the team of '02, who ing they have been doing.

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Cover up now

icanSavir B a
and Main Sts.
i Place for Your Banking

Modern Methods give me best re-
suits for printing and developing. Vis-
it our work 'room and see for your-
self. Lyndon. eod.
W. H. Smith sells Victor Typewrit-
ors. Second-hand Royals and Under-
wvoodsi. 102 E. Huron, over D~awson's._x
Call 238O-T, for demonstration. Stu-
dents insurance 35 cents per hundred.
tf

Order your Chrysanthemums for the Big Came
Full line of Pennants, Arm Bands- Michigan Souvenirs

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Full linef Pennat..rm Bas ids.... M .ua+ir, as 4N ,vi ir
norse's and Gilbert's Candies

We are well eq',pped to szrve you
WAGN1R & CO.

Students'

lish your floors with old English
r Wax. Major & Co., 203 E. Wash-
mn street. Phone 237. 39-41

Phone us, We Deliver the Goods.

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Phone 1 331 -J

Importing Tailors

State Street

1111 So. University Ave.

HOM E OF

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Schaffner

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Marx

Clothes

We have those H. $ & M. Mackinaws at $12.00 and $15.00. Other makes at $5.00 to $10.00.

WHERE A DOLLAR
DOES ITS DUTY.

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LUTZ CLOTHING STORE

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217 S. Main St.

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Are Sure to Please SEE
Your Friends THE

Studio: 319 E.

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