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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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It You Have .
Had Trouble
over being correctly fitted; if no
tailor has been able to satisfy
you; if you feel "uncomfox table"
in the best fits you have been
able to get, you are the m n

IEVERY NEW MICHIGAN MAIN
Will eventually know
L YN D ON, 719 North University Avenue
Photographer to Michigan Students
Eastman Kodaks at d Photo Supplies, Developing and Printing. Ulfinune ex-
elusively Photographic. Eighit years experience. Most modern methods. IUxperi-
enced hell). iest results obtainable. I do more work than all others in Ann Arbor
comubined-becauise it istdonie right. 'That's rmy particular business. LYNDON.

MAJESTIC

BEAUTI

Matinee Today

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3 Shows Tonight at 7=8=9
,$Come When You Like, Stay As Long As You Please"
.AL LSIBATS TENCENTS

Pir- we seek.
e want you-if you will-to give us one
nity to prove that we will fit you per-
We will conform. the garments to your
-not you to them.

J. KARL
:TY ST.

MALCOLM
MALCOLM BLOCK

Inspect Our Showing of
-ALLSHOE WS.
Bostonians.. $4.00, $4.50, $5.00
Florsheims $5.00, (a few at $6.00)
trge you to comupare onr $5.00 ..5OES with those others are offering
at $6 and $7. See our Rubber Sole Shoes at $5,oo. 'Mango
Punmps that won't slip, at $4.50.
A M PU S BOER
Opposite lHustons'
TheSuj~ar Bowl
Conr.fecc. ore ryI

TENNIS TO URNEY
STARTS TODAY
{The First Annual Al-Cotners Chain-
piouship Tetius rTournamn~t for the
titl e of the campus will start on the
Ferry field courts today, with thirty-
two contestants entered. All matches,
including lireininry and fiirst round,
must be played todaiy and thoso who
have trouble in arrang;intg their nmatch-
es should report to, ote of the commit-
toe in charge of the tournament at,
Ferry field or 'phIone thiem. 'u,,thseen
are E. Wilson, W. Shafrothr, A. An- !
Brews, J. Switzer, and J1. Montgomery.
Tournmenct play will take prece-
dence over all matches on the courts,
and contestants will find a drawing of
the tournament posted at Ferry field.
Contestants arty expiected to furnish
their owxn tennis blals., Thle winner
of the tourney will receive a cup iii ad-
dition to havin; his name inscribed on
the trophy donated by Regent Comn-
stock, while the runner-up wvill be
awarded a fob. The first matci hes are
as rollows:
Swit zer vs l{. Ilustonr; ; Mpiontoery
vs I1. IHIastings ; *I,. GCrnest vs. Cook,
E. Wilson vs. R. Jennings; It. N-ankin
vs. E. Bond; A. L. Smith vs G. Cook;
13. Bheeler vs. I,.AMack; A. Andrews
vs. A. Grahiam; W. Shafroth vs. W.
Pan; G. Wat lker vs. R. Hfll; G. Grylls
vs. C. CrawI lrd; lH. Wright vs:1. I.
Wheceler; J. Codd vs. 13. Batch; J. An-
gell vs. S. Oliver; I1. Wilson vs. 14.
Grylls ; It. Thorsch vs. Eddingor;
W~orth vs. P. B3arri ,er; G. Smith vs.
Polasky.

Washington Theater
DETROIT, rliC".
HELEN WARE
and thie wni Morris players ini
"HER HUSBAND'S WIFE"
Mat.==Tues., Thums., Sat.
TYPEWRITERSI

Ills. Catalog Machines
and Samples Guaranteed
of Like New.
Ribbons and Only Factory
Papers 1 In Mich.
THIS WEEK-Wholesale Prices
to Stud ents
We Rent, 6 rhos. 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 S00 sheets, 40 cents. All
Ribbons, 40c, or 3 for $i.0o. Carbon Pa-
pe,75C lper 100, ioc dozen.
Call at our Store, you save onie-half.
If desi red, machines sent on trial.
DETROIT T I E WRITER CO.
160 Jefferson Ave. near Griswold
Phone Main 4102.

KIN EEMACOLOR
FILMS D'ART NATURAL COLORED PICTURES.
Photo Plays DoLuxe
POSITIVELY THE GREATEST EXHIBITION OF
MOTION PICTURES EVER OFFERED ANYWHERE
FIVE REELS OF SUBJECTS.,
COMPLETE CHANGE PROGRAM EVERY DAY
MAJESTFIC WEEKLY, EVERY THURSDAY

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We have the best, assortme nut of.
Chocolmies mand BoWLBoris
All kirlds of fo%,.rxcy lee Creanms for Parties
Try our Fruit Sx'zmdaes after the Thieatre

OF1 1 NTEFREST 'TO) WOMEN,
E"diled bliStluIs,
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Mnedn S. treet

ITS PRESSED, 25c
OVERCOATS PRESSED, 25c
TROUSERS PRESSIED, 100
Twenty per cent saved on above prices by getting a Cash Card.
Have our wagon or auto call for and
deliver your clothes

oldman

Bros.

Wot en's hockey p)ractice b~egins
next week. A physical examination is
nlecessa1ry for freshmen.
The junior advisors will give a sup-
per for the f'reshamen Friday after Mrs.
Jordan's rece (ption. All junior advis-
ors are retuested to be at the gymna-
siui at 5 :0o o'clockc.
All freshman womn should r.)port
to the gymnasiumthu1'tr day and Fri-
tlay from 2:00 to 4 :00 for appotint ments
tor' physical examination.
:although more than five hundred
member::av already enrolled in the
WoensLe(aguet, a muchi larger mni >-
bersitip is expected by the end of the
week. Thte preent enrollment equals
te total of° last yoir's recortd.
This is an unusually large member-
ship for the beginning of the year, and
reflects greajt credit ul~on the wo~men
who have (expendeti so much time and
energy in imaking this organization a
succeass. Several implortant changes in
the management have made more work
this year titan belore, but the .efforts
of the woment have resulted in a Jue1
wder scope of usefulness than was
hitherto possible.
Mem bership in this organization is
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of great benefit to every college wo-
man, in that the Friday afternoon par-
ties give opportunities for social in-
tercourse such as can be had in no
other' way. For the freshmen especial-
ly, it is a chance to develop the social
side of the Mature, to learn to be a
good "mixer." The league believes
tihe social education to be a most imn-
portantr part of college training, and so
it. is be(nding all its energies toward
brining all the college girls together
occasionally. It is to be hoped thatII
this year will see practically every
woman student a member of the
League.
RUNiNERtS TO BEGIN TRAINING
FRiIAY.
Contitued from page 1.)
the near future and the winners of
this event will be. rewarded with num-
eral caps and sweaters.
A meeting of the cross country club
will be held in the trophy room of
Waterman gym at 7:30 tonight. Di-
rector Rowe and Capt. Brown wil
Speak. The officers of the club for
the coming year are: L. G. Brown, '14,
president and captain; F. 1L. Young,
'14, secretary; H. C. Carver, '14, treas-
u rer.

Whitney Theatre
Saturday A Matinee
October !' Night
Benefit Women's Athletic Fiefd
Under Auspices of
Women's League U. of M.
The Distinguished Actor
Norman Hackett
In his latest success
"A Double Deceiver"
Founded on the story by 0. Henry
author of "Aliaslumny Valeutine"
Dramatized by
Prof. Don C. Stuart
ot Princeton University

ut BAND
JOHN PHILIP SOUSA, Conductor
SOLOISTS
MISS VIRGINIA ROOT, Soprano
MISS MARGEL CLUCK, Violinist
HERBERT L. CLARK, Cornetist
Will be Here
FRIDAY,, Oct. 3rd

Prices
Orchestra, $1.50, $1.00
Balcony, - 75c, 50c
Seat Sale Opens Thursday, 10:00 A. M.
]BO'1AR D
Campus Point Cafe
AND TEA ROOM,
1106 Washtenaw Ave. Cor. E. University
Opposite Girl's Gymnasium
Board, $4.00 in Advance
$3.50 Without Breakfasts
Breakfast, 7:30 to 8.30........200
Luncheon, 12:oo to 1:00........23c
Dinner, 5:30 to 6.30..........3,5c
L IMIT FORTY
GIRLS' CO-OPERATIVE CLUB

Garrick Theater
DE~TROIT, fMICHIIGAN
Wm-. A. lirady, presents
Louisa M. Alcott's famous story
"LITTLE WOMEN"
Mat. Wed., Thurs. and Sat.
A. MARQUARD T I

Whitney Theatre
Entire Lower Floor $1,00
Balcony 75c, 50c
THE WORLD FAMOUS
SOUSA
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Cleaners, Dyers, Pressers

fine
Cattortng

1890=1891

220 S. State St,

Football Goods a specialty at Waher's
University Bookstore. 1-5

utiVCTSfty mflusic 'lOuse
PRESSISVILDI[N G MAYNAR D ST.
Across fromx Majestic

iLearmi to lDance.

Annouixces

The social season has opened, so
you should learn to dance. We have
two classes a week. Tuesday and
Thursday from 7 to 8 p. mn. for both la-
dies arid gentlemen. All the dances
are taught. If the Tango and One-step
are danced properly as taught at our
school, there can be no criticism. Join
now as a new term opens Tuesday Oc-
tober 7th. $3.00 per term. Granger's,
312 Maynard St. 3-7

To the Sttdentts of 1913 ak-vd 1914
The Most Complete Stock of
Classic, Operatic, and Popular Music
in the City

Suits Cleaned and Pressed
and repaired,
Car. Main and Huron ...Over Farmer's
and Mechanic's Bank.

Our Clothes

'We're here on the same old corner, come around and see us
LUNCHES, CANDY, TOBACCO AND STUDENT SUPPLIES
"tPop" Bancroft Cor, Monroe and Thayer

are made of- superior materials
by skilled tailors right here in our
own s1101.
The lasting and satisfactory
dualities of our work are lacking
in factory made clothes, even if
cut to your measure.
It will be our pleasure to show
you the many nice patternis we
have to offer.

Popular Music

lQc per copy

WE RE THE ONL
S-TUDENT SUPPrOLY STORE
THE HOUSE WITH THE GOODS AND BEST SERVICE
Engineering Supplies of all Kinds-Stationery, Fountain Pens and Note Books
Buy Your Loose Leaf Leather Binders Here-Your Name in Cold Free.

COX SONS & VINING
72 Madison Ave., NEW YORK
CAPS, GOWNS & HOODS
For All Degrees
May be Ordered fromi
MACK & CO.

Geo re. Bischoff
Florist
220 Chapin Slreet Phone 809-L

WACGNER & CO.

TAILORS

STATE STREET

Opposite Engineering Arch.

Ill1 SOUTH 'UNIVERSITY AVENUE

Choice cut flowers a - ( plants

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Clothes

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

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