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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Kodak

LYNDON
"At the Sign of The HodakC
Finishing
Flashlig hts and Groups

Films

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Telephone 458-L

719 North Univrsity Avenue

nice 15 oz. Blu- Serge, a bea ntiful shade acid soft finish,
at wvill not gloss readily". We have a forty yard cut on
nd. Every manl needs such a suit, 'make N ourself a
etas present of one. It is none too early toplace your
'der-give us time to tailor a suit as it shoudB-
Winter is coming "su"sm o why not. have your O'Coat
ade as you want it ieadly for tlhose co'd days.

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KST LIBERTY ST.

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Tailors

New York

As and 0'Coats to your order $18, $20; $22060,
$25 and '$30
elocal agents for this i agnificenut line of nmade to order clothes. NWe want to
show you the big line of wioolens; and naewest rtyl1r; for Pall and Winter..
Oke devr orer twe saxer yoil from $ to Aso.

State St.

Opposite liustons'

cor f'ctlo n lo ery,
W,. imhcy t C'e bsts asortrfic-l t of
ChocolIr.tes -eand Bov Botts
All kcitids of fe..ricy lee, Creans for Parties
T y our FrIxIt Suidaes ufter the Theatre

FIFTY WILL GO TO
HUGE CONVENTION
F+ifty Michigan students will repre-
sent the university at the Internation-
al Convention of the Student Volun-
teer Movement at Kansas City during
Christmas vacation. Michigan was al-
lowed only 36 delegates, but throu-h
the sp)ecial arrangement of, the Uni-
verstiy Y. M. C. A., the number has;
been increased to 50. Half of the rep-
resentatives have already been select-
ed. The remainder is being sought by
Frank I. Olmstead, '15, who is in
charge of the matter. All foreign stu-
dents at the university wvill be counted
as delegates from their respective na-
tion, and not as Michigan del-
elates, so the number will reach more
than 50 in the Ann Arbor delegation.
The convention will be the greatest
student gathering ever held. Seven
thousand delegates from 800 educa-
tional institutions throughout the
world will gather in 'the Kansas
City convention hall. It' is held once
in every student generation : four
years. 'The practical aims of the con-
ference are "to better the world's -sit-
uation of missions," and "to bring ┬░the,
master-minds of Christendom into"
close touch."
Tphe convention will last from De-
cemiber 31 to January 4. Lodging and
the morning and evening meals will
be furnished by the citizens of Kansas
City without charge. Arrangements
will be made to have the Michigan
delegation (ine together.
1, 1'111 (Q'~i~lI TEE MIS 4TO
( 1: T" 41)iiF A CLT4Y X11':i 1l?.i: r
l)all,' 1111 11,11e Enirolled Tat of 40
F acualty, Men at
1iebigan
From the 50 members of the facul-
ty, only 110 have thus far become
members of the Michigan Union. In an
effort to have at least 490 faculty men
enrolled on the 1913-'14 books, a mem-
bership committee of 20 is conducting
a., canvass this week. Every member ot
the faculty will be approached, and
final reports will be..made A a a eeting
of the committee at the Michigan Un-
ion at 4:30 o'tlock tomorrow after-
noon.
There are 65 faculty men who were
Union members last year who have
not yet signed uip this year. The corn-
inittee aims to maize the faculty mem-
bership larger than ever before. With
the present Union enrollment at 2,739,
it is expiected that the 3,000 goal, which
was set at the beginning of the year,
NA-,1. readied.
V NI VERS'TY 1NO I'CES.

WHITNEY
Thanksgiving Day
THURSDAY
NOVEMBER.
MATINEE - - 3 P. M.
H. H. FRAZEE"S
GREAT ASTOR THEATRE PRODUCTION
InI
By Eugene Waiter
Author of "Paid in Full",
"Easiest Way
(Century
PRICES
$1 .50, $1 ,00, 75e and 50o
MAIL ORD)ERS NOW

Whitney
ONE NIGHT
Wednesday
THE GREATEST PLAY IN YEARS
The Noted Author and Dramatist
*THOMAS DIXON
Announces His latest and Greatest
Success
Father
With.Original Company including Mr. Chas. G. Grady
ITS SUCCESS IS GREATER THAN
"The Clansman"
A POWERFUL DRAMA
Intermingled with Clean, Bright Comedy

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PRICES
4 Rowes Orchestra -
Balanoe Orchestra
4 Rowes Balcony -
Balance Balcony .

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MATINEE-NIGHT
Noavenmbe 2
The Peerless Music-1 Succcss
Of Tihree Continents
lhcQuakcr
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$1.50
* $1.00
- 75c
500~

PRICI S
Thirteeni Rows Orchestra.........$?.00t
Balatnce Or~lhestra .................19.50
Founr Rows Balcony........... ...1.00
Balance Balcony ................... .75
Gallery ..................... .....50
Matinee 50C to $1.50 All Reserved

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IVictor Morley

04

M~iz~ Street

MA CHIERE

iTHETl
SDOWN TON ON MAIN STREET
y:Saturday, November 22nd ~
seBI FEATURE FILM ;
ya..adW.
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non of
liue
SA Lively Comedy.
tA DM I SS'iI O"N I c
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including a company of
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WHITNEY
EVENT OF SEASON
TWO DAYS ONLY,
FRIDAYNov282
SATY
MATINEE SATURDAY 3 P. M.
fienry W. a'c Offers
TeTremendous Dramatic Spectacle
150 -PEOPLE- 150.
Special Symphony Orchestra
Largest Musical and Dramatic
Orgartizat ion E'ver 'Toured
PRICES
Thisrteew Rows Orchestra..,........$.00
Next Fight Rows Orcliesira.........50
Fairst Four Rows Blicony........... i.00
Nest Nine Rows Balcony............ .75
G a ery.. .........................5
MATINEE - - . - " 50eto a.50
NOTICE-Owing to the importance of
this eveint and the enormous demand
It rmeats, free list wtlI be susenpded
Buy your tickets by mall in advance.

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Whitney Tear
ONIE NIGHT
Tuesday, 'Nov. 25 th
Jacobs and Beverage Press nt
MR1 HERBERT O'CONNOR
as
MEPHISTO
Inr a snperl) cenicE llectrical Mchlan.-
ical, Revvaliof ('Oct Ih ~(at et
Dr. Faustus Famous Old labora-
t o1 y
The Cathedral of Nuremberg
The Electrical Rose Garde xn
Flery llades, tee Brorlen
The Gloomy Dungeon
The Vision of Paradise
Dazzllog,Terrllylng, Enthralling
A wjerd object lesson to the sinnter.
l"RICES -- - S, 35c, 25c
FREE concert (Outside -ITheatre, 7:-o

it you more than w ordis can tell-
"d you-7I who knew so well
tuelr warm wth of your embraCe.
-d you in yourNN ointed place,
you. may nestle on my breast;

That I may feel your willing armus;
And know again your close caress.
For mouths I have forgot your-charms,
Bunt now I need you, oh, ma chere!
My VASSARt, winter underwear.

oxhbatShop at 3265S. State Street
&hitneyNight Mon., Nov. 2

EAT AT ttPOpfP
The Place Where Things Taste Like lomie
Pop"' Bancroft Cor. Monroe and 'ThayerI

Tremenadous Ovations-Laughing Audiences Everywhere
THE CYCLONIC
EVU an U/
And Her Owa Company Ini 10 Big Acts of1
VOLC ANICVAUDEVILLE
EVA TANGO %Y WILL GIVE IIFR FAMOUS VERSION OF
And wear her jeweled COStUMes bar her songs.

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A meeting of the Comedy club will
eheld at 10:00 o'clock; this morning
x theo Cercle Francais room.
Ferris club will meet in Webster

hall, lawe building, at 7 :30 o'cloclk this
evenin,.
-The first class in aeronautics will
be held in room 24$ of the new enigi-
neeoring building this afternoon at
1:00 o'clock. Everyone interested is
invited to attend.
The band will hold a rehearsal at
2:00 o'clock in U. Hall. Members
mtust com'e in full unifornm.
There will be an important meeting
of the senior girl's section of the
Deutscher Verein at 7:00 o'clock MVoni-
day evening. Refreshments will be

THE STATE SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock $50,000.00
1 urplus and P-ofits $100,000.00
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Win. Arnold Win. J. Tooth C. Jahn \V012, Jr.
Vicees~. President Cashier
George Bischoff
FlrI
220 Chapin Sreet Phone 809-i
Chioice cut flowers a dl plants
Icerman-American.. is Rlk

Garrick, Theater
DIETROIT, rICIOAN
MAESSRS, SHUBERT AND BARKER PRESENT,
CFANNY'S FIRST PLAY'
Ceorge Bernard Shaw's Greatest Comedy
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We build fine Clothes right in on our
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Crop in on your way down tawn and
we will explain howe we do it. Wa
clean and "repair both ladie's and
gentleme-n's garments with gr ea t
care. Give us at trial.
Louis Del Prete
Fine uTailor 105 E. Liberty St.

Have you noticed
the distinguished appearance
a perfect fitting

The Adelphi literary societ y will( Liberty and Main Sts.
meet this evenin at 7:30 o'clock, in
its rooms, U. hall. ; A Most Convenient Place for Your Banking

Dress Suit

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Prices

Thirteen Rows rChetra......._$1.50
Balance Orches tra ...............$100
Four Rows Balcony............1.0
Nr5ert or Roue s Balcony ........75
SEAT SAILE OPENS

h1irteen Rows Orchestra .........$.00
Balance ( retie"^ra................... .75
Four Rows Balcony................ .75
Gallery, ............................. .25

gives one ? This is the only
kind we mnake.
Our fabrics are the newest.
WAGNER & CO.
Tailors State Street
All garments made in our own
shop.

The AQuality, SrieadPrice
our line of Local Viewv Post Cards and View Books leads them all. WVre also have
the pleasure of offering to our trade a full line of Crane's Lint n ILtwt..

Phone 1331-J

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