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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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AtLYNDON
"tthe Sign of The H~odak "

Real Shoes
Latest English Lasts

Kodak

Films

Finishing
Flashlights and Groups
Telephone 458-L, 719 North University Avenue

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Whitney Mtinee Mon,, Nov. 24
Tremendous Ovations-Laughing Audiences Everywhere
THE CYCLONIC
And Her Own Company In 10 Big Acts of
VOLCNICVAUDEVILLE
EVA TANGU'iY WILL GIVE HER FAMOUS VERSION OF
SALOE
And wear her jewele I costumes for her sovgs.

Indian Moccasins
More Comfortable than Slippers

UNER &CO

108 S. MAIN STREET
ANN ARBOR

OFF ON ALL MILLINERY
Beavers Excepted, at-
Liberty East ]DANA RICHARDSON
ONE 166
v ~ITls UP TO YOU
If you wish to insure certain
satisfaction let us handle
your
K A ICE CREAM
AND PUNCH OIRDERS
SOUTH MAIN STREET
loffeeRoastersand
r Wholesale Grocers
can &+Co., td'., 214 S. Main Sft.
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LOCAL PEOPLE WILL1 COACH
COM1EDIY CLUB THIS YEAR.
"Scalrecrow" Requires Nueb iDifficult
Imnpersoniationi to Produce;
Cast Hats Hard 'Tasks
For the first time in four years the
management, of the Comedy club has
decided to (10 without a 'professional
coach. Bert St. John has had per-
sonal supervision over the plays pro-
duced by the club since 1909, besides
several of the Michigan Union operas,
but this year the men who have con-
trol of the club decided to try a differ-
ent policy.
The "Scarecrow," an essential ly
modern play, calls for a great deal of
difficult impersonation, and the. older
members of the club will have quite
a task on their hands rounding the
new material into shape. In this work
they wil be assisted by Professor A. 0.
Lee and' Mr. F. G. Tompkins. Arthur
Cohen and Miss Isabelle Reizer, al-
though unable to take parts in the
cast, wil assist in developing the ma-
terial already on hand. These coach-
es will also assist in chosing the final
cast, which will be called upon to pro-
duce the performance on December
.

WH~IN EY
EVENT OF, SEASON
TNIO DAYS O NLY
FRIDAYv. 82
MATINEE SATURDAY 3 P. M.
d enry W. .ava OfersN
The Tremendous Dramatic Spectacle
150- -PEOPLE- 150
Special Symphony Orchestra
Largest Musical and Dranmatic
Organizatioji Ewer Toured
PRICES
Thirteen Rows orcht stra......... 2.oo
Next )Eight Rows Orchiestra.......1 r50
First Four Rows Balm;oy.......... 1.o0
Nest Nine Rows Balcony.......... .5
Gallery. ......................50
MATINEE - - .- - 60c to S t.SO
NOTICE-Owing to the importance of
this event and the enormous demand
ri.r seats, tree list will be susenpded.
Buy your tickets by mail in advancei
Whitney. Theatre
One Night Only
Wednesday
November 2
A PLAY THAT STIRS THE NATION
SINS Of The

Prices

Thirteen rows orchestra .......$1.50
Balanc .. ......................$1.00
Tour rocs Balcony...............00O
Nest FouR.............75
Balance.. .50

SEAT SALE OPENS FRIDAY, 10 A. NL.

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Whitney Theatre
MATINEE-1NIGIIT
Novembeir
The Peerless Musical Success
of Three Continents
The Qu,,aker
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LET THE.

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Press Your. Clothes

pE1T X7Xaa.:e,

-WE DO LADIES' WORK

1JISTS WILL OPEN TONIGHT
FOR V NNUAL BRID)GE MATCHI
Entries for the annual bridge tour-
nam ent may be made at the Union at
7:30 o'clock tonight. Members are
to sign up with partners, so as to be
in readiness to begin play the follow-
ing week. Maurice C. Myers, '11-'14L,
is in charge of tihe match and wil ar-
range the schedule to be followed.
Cider is to be served at the Lounger,
and luinches may be purchased at ham-
burg er piceCs.
Studenit, Too Curious, Victim o f lub.
A stud~ent, was caught peeping, in
windows at tile corner of Waslitenawv
avenlue and Church street at 11 :00
o'clock last night. Caught in tile act,
by students living in tile adjacent
houses, the victim yelled and shrieked
in a frenzied m~an~ner. He was pounc-
ed upon by his captors, who insisted
upon- thrashing the intrudier, but his
weak physical condition, caused by
fear, was noted and the student was
allowed to depart.
K:izoo Firm G ets Enislan Contract.
Ailing Bros., of Kalamazoo, Mich.,
were awarded the conltract for print-
ing tis year's Michigan ensian, at a
meetinlg of tile board of student publi-
cations yesterday. Salaries of the
business staff were raised, and a new
nmethod of electing associate editors
adopted.
Lost--Will person who exchanged
raincoats at tile football smoker and
t one with a black' velvet collar,
please call W. W. Hall, 1429-L. 46
For' Sle-Full dress suit, size 36, 'in
good condition. Will sell cheap.
Phlone 2144-J. 44-46
Wanted-Boarders at the Cody Board-
ing House at 107 S. 'Thayer., Every-
thing new and up to date. Home
cooking, good service. Opposite
Have you noticed I
the distinguished appearance
a perfect fittingI

FATHER

Victor Morley
And Original New York Company
including a company of
85 - PEOPLE - 85
AUGMEWTED ORCHESTRA
PRICEs
Thirteen Rows Orchestra......... $2.00
Balance Orchestra ...............12.541
Four Rows Balcony......... ..... 1.00
Balance Balcony.. ................ 75
Gallery...................... ... .50
Mati&nee 50c to $1.50 All Reserved

A New Comedy Drama of
Modern Eugenics
By THOMAS DXON
Author of "?lie Clansman"

WVVH IT NEY
ONE NIGHT ONLY NYov. rcyy \Ivs21
~~FJohn C Fshers
10 "
PEOP in IrkE: ol
HARYo0& fFSMIRTS a unT,0Deowmi
GREAkEs'15~Tlrdr
5'x MONTHS AT THE
NEW YO}RK{l
TREMENDOUS SUCCES
Sat INess TlhEATRE- Chicago,
.GARIRI N TIEARE-Phjladelln.
TREMIONIT lEARElVon. i2
PRICES
IThirteen Rows Orchestra ............ ..o
Balance Orchestra............... ....i.o
First Four Rows Balcony .....i~oo
Next Four Rows Balcony... ... ......75
Balance Balcony...... ... ...........50
'lTop Gallery................ .......... ..,S

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WITH

ONE-STEP, TANGO, HESITATION and
tankht at the

Sthe latest approved dances -will be properly

C. 1. KI1DD, '17 Lit.

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1112 S. University Ave.

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at Kind of Shaving
ap are- You Using?

A reater play than Clansman -
Atlanta ( 'ons't iu/ic-n
PRICES
$1.50, $1.00, '75e, 50c, 25e
High school. To anyon-e cutting out
tis ad will allow 50 cents on first
week's board. {change of men daily
and weekly. 45-6
You can buy films many places, but
you pay the same'here for Fresh East-
man Kodak films. Lyndon. Wed eod
R. A. Dolph, Funeral Director, Pri-
vate Ambulance. Phone 98. b
Best shoe shine,, hat cleaning and
blockinlg next to Wagner's. tf
Genuine Martin Guitars and Mando-
lins sold at Schaeberle & Son's Music
House. tf
?Ni ght lunches delivered. Call 51-L,
301 S. State, Greene's Lunch Room. tf
Lunches delivered night. Call
Greene's Lunch Roonm, 301 S. State,
Phone 51-L. tf;

every Monday and Friday, 7 P. M.
Reduced rates on Hall Rentals.

Private lessons by appointmnent.
Phone 1860") 670-L

SHOE REPAIRS ? Garrick Theater
FIRST CLASS SHOE REPAIRING DETROIT, rIICIGAN
JOHN H. LAMBERT MESSRS, SHUBERT AND BARKER PRESENT
613 EAST WILLIAM AN' IS PLAY'
OtiilShoe Doctor to Miehigan sFRS
Football Team ICorge Bernard Shawls Createst Comedy
IWILLIAM E. DITEE I

PACKAR~tD ACADEMY

FORMERLY THlE VARSITY TAILOR OF ANN ARBOR

wishes to announce that he has openxl a tailoring establish-
ment in Detroit at

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Try Colgate's ?

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

have the Shaving Cream, Soap,
'and Powder.

Special attention given to my College trade. The same p'rices
with Better Satisfaction and Better Workmanship.

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University Avenue

Dress Suit

DIETERLE-VARISITY TAILOR

Pharmacy

Goulding
4 Wikel

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

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12 219 South University Avenue

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GIVE vS

A TRIAL

WV1AGCN ER & CO:
Tailors State Street
All garments made in our own
shop.

WE SELL GOOD CLOTHING
I Suits at $10.00-All wool.
Suits At $15.00-All wool, hand tail-
ored.
ISuits at $20.00-Adlei's Make and
Style.
Suits at $25.00-Equal to Finest Cus-
tom work.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
{ Main Street. tf

Shirts &

Neckwear

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University school of Music
Albert A. Stanley, Director
rlaynard Street, Ann Arbor, Mich.
~A--School of Music which offers courses in all branches of mnusic of
;" Sihes ayrd take regular courses leading to graduation, or they may
tae uc~h subjects as they desire, without reference to graduation.
If you are interested in studying some branch of music, please call at
he dice and get a copy of the school catalogue which gives full informn-
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.

If You
Expect'
PHONE US AND SAVE TROUBLE

in Distinctive and Original Treatments
SMART ENGLISH RAINCOATS
A Complete Showing of Acccs~crics I c Meu's Wea t, Including
Most Recent Importations
IMPORTrERS
Aniger &Kan-ouse
SHIRT MAKERSt

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