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*THE MICHIGAN LY

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LYNDON
At the Sign of The KodakC

WHITNEY

Kodak

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Finishing
Flashlights and. Groups
L 719 North University' Avenue

Two Days Only.
FR.ID AY,
SATURtDA'Y ,

Nov. 28-29

MATINEE. SATU1
3:00 P. MW.

No-i"What# Then '
A. nice 15 oz. Blue Serge, a beautiful shade and soft finish,
:hat will not gloss readily. We have a forty yard cut on
hand. Every man needs such a suit, make )ourself a
X(mas present of one. It is none too early to place your
Drder-give uis time to tailor a suit as it should B-
Winter is coming "sure" so why not have your O'Coat
nade as you want it ready for those cold days.

i Telephone .458-1

HENRY W.. SAVAGE OFFERS

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SUDTANFTURKEY DAY RACE
Postmortems on the showing of the
cross country team in the east, have
formed the common talk of the cam-
pus, since Sunday morning, -when the
press announced the Wolverine'disas-
ter.

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WHITNEYV
THEATRE
Thanksgiving Day
THURSD AY
NOVEMBER2
MATINEE - - 3 P. M.
H. 1H. FRAZEE'S
GREAT ASTOR THEATRE PRODUCTION
F eathers

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- The Tiemendous Drainatic Spectacle
Standing Solitary and Alone, the Culmination of
Three Centuries of Dramatic Achievement.
150 People - -A Symphony Orchestra
k. Dazzling, Bewildering Display of ,Costumes,
Scenery and Electrical Effects,
Larwrest Muisical and Dramatic Organization
Ever Toured

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ST LIBERTY ST.

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The Michigan teamf surpassed the
rest of the field in one respect at least.
They accumulated 335 points, in com-
parison to Cornell's 68. Even this.
honor was not theirs without srg
srggle, for Columbia pressed them closely
with 333 points. Cynical sport edi-
tors remarked, that the only reason
Michigan was as far up the list as
twelfth was because there were only
twelve teams entered in the list.
This blow to their hopes will not
mean a losE( of interest in the sport
by the participants or by the. sport
followers, but will give greater zest
to the runners' efforts to come-back in
the Belle Isle meet, Thanksgiving day.
Captain Brown and his squad were
out for the practice .yesterday after-
noon, and went at their work with a
grim determination that showed that
they rega rd Saturday's rout,. only. in
the light of a valiuable experience. In
their corming race, more than the six
men~f taken to the blast will enter, and
it Is possible that the entire squlad wvill
be taken,
NINE'S TO PFRESENT SKIT AT
ITNION IiN1NElR IPElEMER
Pa;ylet L, i'iiitlIy AdlapItedtl o 1)inner1,
fl'Iii ib ItillBe Cabatret
".Fust Over" is a skit to be presented
by the Nimes at the next *ichiganl Un-
ion dinner, Wednesday, December 3.
This is the first attempt _pf the Mimes
this year, and will probjably be the
biggest undertaking before the opera.
The setting is at the 'immigrant sta-
tion at Ellis Island, and the playlet
will be, especially adapted to the din-
ner which is planned as a. cabaret
function.
The committee In charge of the
skit is G. C. Eldredge, '14,. Bernus
Kline, '14, and Waldo Fellows, '141. and
several prominent campus actors will
be picked for the cast, Rehearsals for
the production will be held this week.
Tickets for the dinner will go on
sale at the Union Friday,
FOU'R SETS OF INSIGNIA AUE
(JVE NFOOTHALL WARRIORS
Numerals were formally granted to
tlv : successful contenders In 'the itr
Ine-class-football competition, at a meet-
ing of the board of directors of the
athletic association, yesterday. The
senior engineers, the senior laws, the
soph medics, and the combined junior

Bey Eugene Walter
Author of "Paid in Full",
-Easiest Ways"
The Flay of the
Century
PRICES
S1 .50 $1.40, 75c and50oc
MAIL 'ORDERS NOW

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Whitney
ON NIGHT
WenOVday26
THE GREATEST PL.AY IN YEARS
The Noied Author and Dramatist
THOMAS DIXON
AnnoungteS His Latest and Greatest
Success

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Thirteen Rows Orchestra ........ $2.00
Eight Rows 1.50
Four Rows Balcony..........1.00
Nine " 61 ........... ..75
Gallery........................... .50
MAIL ORDERS

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Whitney Theatre'
WVS NIGHT
Tuesday, NOV. 25th
Jtacobs and Beverage Presents a
MR. HERBERT O'CONNOR
as
MEPHISTO
Iu a superb gcenic Electrical M1echan-
ic, l Revivatl of C~eles rae
Triagedy
Dr, Faustus Famous Old Labora-
tory
The Cathedral of Nuremberg
The Electrical Rose Garden
Fie y Hades, the Btoeken
The Gloomy Dungeon
The Vision of Paradise
Dazzling,Terrlfying, Enthralling
A wierA oabject lessonr to the sinnier.
PRICES - - - S~c. 35c, 25q
FREEP Concert Otutsidle Theatre, 7.30

Four Rows Orchestra ...........$1 50:
Balance 1.00
Four Rows Balcony... ..,.......... 75
" Balance ".. ... .50
Gallery................
RECEIVED NOW

TWO DAYS ONL.Y

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ITS SUCCESS IS GRIATER THAN4
"The Clansmen"
A POWER~t*L DRAMA
Intermngiq with Clean, $right Comedy

PRtic"ES
4 Rows Orchestra
Balanoe Orchestra
4 Rows Balcgony-
Balanace Bacony

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That T may feel your willing armsf;
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My VASSAR, winter underwear.

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"Pop" Bancroft Cor. Monroe and Thayer

IEFROIN DEBATE' ADELPHIS
Adelphi society's debating team
1eets Jeffersonian representatives to-
sight, in the first of the interdepart-
ent debates of the Varsity tryout se-
es. Three men will be picked in this
ontest for the Varsity debating teams,
nd the remaining three will be chos-
n. in the second interdepartment dte-
ate between Alpha 1u and the Web-
ters tomorrowy night.
The society teams are made up as
5llows : Adephi-Joseph R. Cotton,
6, Werner NV. Schroeder, '14, and Roy
Fellers, '15.
Jeffersonian-Lyman H-ulbert, '14L,
sylvan Grosner, '14L, and E. #E. Stor-
:gn, '14L.
Up to the present time, but four of
he five judges have been selected..
hey are Professors J. H. Drake and
B. Waite of the law department, R.
. Cowden, assistant in rhetoric, and'
. L. Rochel.
Both interd epartment debates,which
re open to the public without adnmis-
ion, are to be held. in room B of the

law building,. at 8:00 o'clock.r The
question, to be debated is: "Resolved,
"That the states should establish a
schedule of minimum wage for un-

/skilled
ceded"

labor; constitutionality con-.

ow
and senior medics, are to be the recip-
ients of the four sets of insignias. No
other business 'o)f importance was
transacted at the meeting.
VO2I NINICA TIO N.
(Continued from page 1.)
thus far have shoWn that several stu-
dents, who, have been severely dis-
ciplinied, wo-o1l1 never have participat-
ed in the riot if the saloons had been
closed 'at Q-00 p'clock. For the disor-'
der of these students i hold that the
mayor is responsible, The probability
of a~ riot pf drunken students was
clearly impressed upon him and "he
failed to' do his duty.

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Capital Stock $50,000.00O
Surplus and Profits $100,000.00
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
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Vice v'res. pre sident Casbhier
George Bischoff
Florist
220 Chapin Street Phone 809-L
Choice cut flowers aw'd plants
Liberty and Main St..-

DETROIT, MICH1IGAN
E VELYN NESBHIT THAW
A ssisted by JACK CLIFFORD in the musical'
, dancing divfrtissenlent
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care. Give us at trial.
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The meeting of the junior women's
section of Deutseher Verein, which
was to have' occurred- tonight at 1222
Washtenaw avenue,, has been postpon-
ed indefinitely.* :*
W yvern society of junior women will
meet at noon today for luncheon in'
Newberry hall. This luncheon consti-
tutes a regular meeting, and all mem-
bers 'are urged to be present.
At the meeting of the women alum-
nae in Detroit last Saturday; the sub-
ject of women' residence halls was ful-
ly discussed. The Detroit wvomen are
enthusiastically engaged in raising
funds for another hall to be built next
year and the work so far, has been
very successful.

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