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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

GREAT OVERCOAT WEATHER

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"At the Sign of The Kodak "
Finishing
Flashlights and Groups

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And this is a great 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 choseni
task of giving our customers full
value and money back if they'd
rather have it.

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Matinee and Night

719 North University Avenue

"SHIRTS TO ORDER"
J ..KARL
14 EAST LIBERTY ST.

"RAINCOATS AND MACKINAWS"
MALCOLM.
MALCOLM BLOCK

MUSIC AND DRAMA.
Presents Schumnann Program.
A program devoted exclusively to
songs by Robert and Clara Schumann,
was presented by William Howland
yesterday afternoon in a historical re-
cital at the school of music. What the
audience lacked in numbers, it made
up in intelligent appreciation of some
very good singing.
As Mr. Howland remarked in a pref-
ace to his concert, the Schumann
songs are among the loveliest ever
written. To interpret them prep erly,1
a singer must infuse into his music,
energy as well as- delicacy. Thce
dualities Mr. Howland expressed to a
satisfying degree.
A feature of the concert was a song
by Robert Schumann entitled "B~elsat-
zar," which has never been suns in
Ann Arbor before. In this number,
which proved to be strongly dram atic,
Earl V. Moore's accompaniments de-
serve especial mention.
"Witlhi the Law."
Owing to the large number of peo-
1)1e who were unable to see "Within
the Law" when It appeared at the
Whitney theatre last month, a return
engagement of Veiller's thrilling play
has been arranged for Wednesday,

I Wh i t n e y - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

ONE NIGHT

THURSDAY 2
NOVEMBER

The daintiest and most delightful of all musical'
plays. FIRST TIME HERE*
THlE HENRY B. tiARRIS ESTATE PRESENTS
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GirlVIitor Morley

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SATURDAY,
NOVEMBER

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Royal
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Tailors

With a cast of

30-Girls and Boys-30

And a Brilliant Cast of 85 People

Augm~ente d Orchestra

New York

Popular Prices

Suits and O'Coats to your order $18, $20, $22.60,
$25 and $30
e are local agents for this magnificent line of made to order clothes. We want to
show you the bilg line of woolens and newest styles for Fall and Winter.
One every order we save you froil $g to $10.

13 Rows Orchestra' - - - - 50c
Balance---- ----5c
1st 4 Rows Balcony - - - 350
Balance ---------------------5

SEATS TUESDAY, 10 A M.

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AZVPUS BOOTERY'
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TherSuge.r owl
Confectilonery

A.U '.S A na at
Given by the Athletic Association
7:30- Friday Evening, Nov. 21st
ALUMNI ARE CORDIALLY INVITED

Direct from an entire Sea-
son at Park Theatre, New
York. U Three years in
London.
Three Carloads of Scenery and Effects
Only Original Number
One Company on Tour
Thirteen Rows Orchestra............... .O
Balance Orchestra....................... 1.50
Four Rows Balcony............. .......00O
Balance Balcony.............. .......... .75
Gallery ................................ . 5
Matinee 50e to $1.50 All Reserved
Mall Orders Received-Seat Sale Thurs.

We have the best assortment of
Ch ocolmtesa Mind Bore ona
All .krzids of fee ricy Iee Creams for Parties
Try our fruit S %vfdaes after the Theatre

gBill: For Gentleman arnd Lady

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Mein Street

MA CHEREI

I want you more than words can tell-
I need you-I who knew so well
The tender warmth of your embrace.
I need you in your wonted place,
That you may nestle on my breast;

That I may feel your willing arnms;
And know again your close caress.
For months I have forgot your charms,
But now T need you, oh, ma chere!
My VASSAR, winter underwear.

December 17. The company again will
be headed by Jane Gordon, whose im-
p~ersonation of Mary Turner stands out
as distinctly clever.." Within the Law,"~
indorsed in no uncertain terms by
both President Wilson and Theodore
Roosevelt, is sure of an enthusiastic
reception.
UNIVERSITY N01TICES.
Tentative "Scarecrow" cast rehears-
al today at 3 :00 o'clock, room 205,
north wing, University hail.
Meeting of Gargoyle staff and try-
outs this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock.
Pennsylvania men meet at 4:30 to-
day at Union.
Meeting of men's section of Deutsch-
er Verein tonig-ht at 83:041 o'clock.
*-The Friay ight Louniger a~t the
Union will take place this week as
usual. The attendance at these affairs
has been good, thus far, anid all mem-
bers who can, are urged to drop into
thme clubhouse, for a little while, at
least, on Friday evenings.1

G. L. WO OLFOLK

Exkib It Shgp at 32 6 S. State Streetj
W hitney A7igeeMon.,Nov' 24j

WHITNEY
ONE NIGHT ONLYNo.2
John C. ISisers-
~vs~1SATIONV
MUSICAL
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65 Ry
$40l &LRC'MUSIC
BY .DY
11IAVR &6 R00Y S5I IRpDERT 1100D BOWES
OREIU~ ~J~~~ iitI~ foldw
51X MONTHS AT THE
G lobe Theatre, ,
EWYORK
TREMENDOUS SUCCESS
s'iaICe5SsTHEATRE- Chicago~~\
" TREMONT 1HEATRtEBston.
PRICES
Thirteen Rows Orchestra...... ....
Balance Orchestra..... ............. .... . 0
First Four Rows Balcony ................ 1.00
Next Four Rows Balcony ................ ..75
Balance Balcony..........................,50
Top Gallery......... .................. ..50
Night lunches delivered. Call 51-L,
301 S. State, Greene's Lunch Room. tf
lest shoe shine, hat cleaning and
blocking next to Wagner's. tf

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Tremelkdous OvatIons-Laughing Audlenca Everywhlere
;THE CYCLONIC

EAT AT ttpop's"
I The Place Where Thssi gs Taste Like HomeI
'Pop" Bancroft Cor. Monroe and ThayerI
THE STATE SAVINGS BANK Garrick. Theater
Capial Sock 50,OO.OODETROIT, 1ICi1lGAN
Surplus anto $ 00,000.00 :'$co 000 'MESSRS, SHUBERT AND BARKER PRESENT
ANN ARBOR, MICH.,. I
Wi. rntl m.J BotxC. John wolz, Jr. I'FANNY'S FIRST PL Y
GCeorge Bernard Shaw's Greatest Comedy
Goorge Bischoff°
FloristntO vercoat
220 Chapin Sireet Phone 849-L We build line clothes right in on our
own shops out of best of materials at
Choice cut flowers a dl plants prices worth your while investigating.
Drop in on your way down town and,
Genuine Martin Guitars and Mando- we will explain how we do it. We
lins sold at Schaeberle & Son's Music clean and regair both ladie'>s and
(louse. tf gentleme n's garments with g re at
care. Give us at trial.
If you want the best in chocolates, Louis Del Pret e
try Liggett's, Edsill's Rexall Drug
Store, 122 So. Main St. cod Fine~ Tailor 105 E. Liberty St.

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TaMnION& uaY

Lunches delivered night. Call
Greene's' Lunch Room, 301 S. State,
Phone 51-L. tf
Have you noticad
the distinguished appearanceI
I a perfect fitting

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And Her Own Company In 10 Big Acts of
VOLCANIC VAUIDEVILLE
EVA TANGU kY WILL GIVE HER FAMOUS VERSION OF
SALOME t
And wear her jeweledl costumes for her songs.

Dress suit

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gives one ? This is the only
kind we make.
Our fabrics are the newrest.

Th uality, SrieadPice
our line of Local View Post Cards and View Books leads them all., We also have
the pleasure of offering to our trade a full line of Crane's Liven Lans

Prices

IThirteen Rows orchestra.........$1.50
* Balance orchestra............ .00OW
IFour Rows Balcony... ......... 1.00
I Next Four Rows Balcony.....,...... .75
3 Balance Balcony...........50
I SEAT SALE OPENS

Thirteen Rows Orchestra ......... $1.00
Balance Orchestra ...............75
Four Rows Balcony,..... ......... .75
Next Fight Rocs....... ....... .50
Gallery... ....................... 5
FRIDAY, .10 A. M.

WAGNER &CO.
+ Tailors State Street
All garments made in our own
shop.

Phone 1331-J

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

VWHERE A DOLLAR
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