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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Latest English Lasts

EVERY NEW MICHIGAN MAN
Will eventually know
LY ND®ON, 719 North Univbrsity Avenue
Photographer to Michigan Students
Eastman~ Kodakss and Photo Supplies, D~eveloping and Printing. Ulfindnie ex-
clusively Photographic. Eighlt years experience. Most modern methods. ]Experi-
enced help. Best results obtainable. I do more work than all others in Ann Arbor
combined-because it is done right. That's my particular business. LYNDON.

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TOLEDOQ PASNITR TO SPEAK
AT UNION SERVICE TOD)AY.
Rev. Samuel Charles Black will be
the speaker at the Union services to
be held in the Presbyterian ;church to-
night at 7:45 o'clock. le is pastor of
the Collingwood avenue church, Tole-
do, Ohio, and the author of several
books.
The Tappan Lecture association has
been endowed with $415,000 to be' used
for this work.

JNER, & CO.

108 S. MAIN STREET
ANN ARBOR

A. E. Thomnas' masterful comedy, "Her
hlusband's Wife" wil be followed by
Virginia H-arned. This engagement is
of especial significance and import-
ance, as Miss Harned is one of the
most talented actresses. on the Ameri-
can stage. She will begin an elabo-
rate revival of Sir Arthur W. Pinero's
great drama, "Iris," which Miss Har-
ned originally, produced in this coun-
try in New York in September, 1902.
You can buy films many places but
you pay the same here for fresh East-
man kodak films .Ly ndon. Wed eod
Gym suits including shoes and sup-
porter for $2.25 at Wahr's University
Bookstore. 1-6
Log slide rule with leather case for
$7.50 at Wahr's University bookstore.
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DY TO WEAR AND DRESS HATS i14 T HE POPU-
LAR VELVETS AND PLUSHIES at
DANA RICHARDSON, 115 LIBERTY EAST

Two ]Days Only- O t iuA 'a
Thursday, Friday I, cand 10I
MATINEE FRIDAY, 3 P. M.
Another of these Tabloid Musical Comedies
"'Just to make you laugh"
HALTON POWELL Presents
tarl rMabi,
Dfewey and Rogers
IN THE 13 I UN FESTI"VAL
The Run14a%)wa"ys,
Surrounded by the Greatest Cast of Musical Coruedy Favorites ever seen
at Popular Prices-Including Jack West, Nell Capron, Dolly De' Vyne,
Frank Smith.
1O0-Arnerican Pony Ballet-Il0---Sir~s=Girls-Oirls-Gin~s
Lower Floor Matinees
35c - 25c Children 10c
Balcony
25c -n 20c Adults, 25c
Seat Sale Opens, Tuesday ro A. M.

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Palace of Sweets
Down Town
LET
TRUBEISIY
Fuarnish the Ice Cream
Attentlon to rsternitles
an.id sororities
ON MAIN STRECET

Buy Laboratory Supplies at
year's Drug Store, 10 Main St.
pay you to come down town.

G4ood-
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funeral furnishings. 209 S. 4th Ave.,
P~hone 98.i

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Frank Bros.
Fifth Ave. Boot Shop my
Builders of
SMART COLLEGE FOOTWEA'R
224 Fifth Ave., Nw York City, N. Y.
Exhibit' Shop: 326 S. State St., Ann Arbor, Mich.
SUITS PRESSED, lac
OVERCOATS PRESSED, 25C
TROUSERS PRESSED, 10c
Twenty per cent saved on above prices by getting a Cash Card.

SAMUTEL CHARLES BLACKi,
Tronigh~t's Tappan L~ecturer'.
CAMPUS IN BRIEF.
-Forty freshmen have been exam-
ined by Dr. George A. May in the first
two days for enrollment.
-The "fresh" element was noticea-
ble at the Case game. By the number
of gray caps, there must have b;en
about a. thousand men present who
saw Michigan perform on the gridiron
for the first time.
-The following committee has been
chosen by Selden Dickenson, president
of the Union:; Arthur McGee, chair-
man, Glenn Howland, R. J. Miller, WV.
L. Scovill, Clifford Toohy, Herbert B.
Sturtetvant, Leslie W. Wishard, Albert
Stoll, P'aul Wagner, Donald McKone,
Thurlow Geeck, Robert Betts, I1. H.
Perry, A. S. Beck, A. D. Bromley, Ken-
neth Wesley, L. Puchita.
MUSIC AND ) i)AM.
"D~amag'ed oods" 1Will le Presented
at the Whitney.
Among the coming attractions at the
Whitney theatre, Manager Arthur
Lane announces the p~roduction of
Brieux's sociological drama, "Damaged
Goods," direct from the Harris theatre,
New York. This play which has caus-
ed so much discussion, will be at the
local theatre Thursday, November 20.
Virg'inia Ilarnied tit the Washington
'1lbeatre,,iDetroit, Mlichigan.
Helen Wshare, who delightfully en-
tertained the patrons of the W"ashing-
ton Theatre during the past week in

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"You Want What
You Want When
You Want It !"
Let us say you are partic-
ular. about your appearance,
that you are interested in
getting both style and
service in your Autumn togs.
In that event who not have

Have our wagon or auto call
deliver your clothes

for and

ioldman

Bros.

Ed., V. Price & Co.

Cleaners, Dyers, Pressers

Merchant Tailors

Chicago, U. S. A.

1890=1891

220 S. State St.

QNGO, ONE-STEP, CASTLE WALK bnd other lat ances will PCA CDM
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yProf. Scott. Classes every Monday andl Friday, 7 p. m. Private lessons by appoint-
ent. Call or Phone, 1850 J - 570 L.

Our Clothes

tailor your new suit and overcoat to individual order
from your own selection of fashion and fabric?'
'We have supreme confidence in the ability of these
famous tailors to please you in every detail. May we
have your measure?

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MARTIN HALLER
FExcluisive agent of.
I's Holland Dutch Arts and Crafts Furniture
cheerfully solicits your inspection of the most
appropriate and attractive furniture for
students' rooms, clubs and
fraternities'

are made of superior materials
by skilled, tailors right here in our
own shop.
The lasting and satisfactory
qualities 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 patterns we
have to offer.

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Call and see us today

FRED W. GROSS

WAGNE~R & CO.

1124122 EAST LIBERTY STREET

TAILORS

STATE STREET 1

Better Clothes and Toggery

123 E. Liberty Street

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Our Soda Fountain coi
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Lunches will introduce
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acquainted.TH
Nate Konold, Prop. DELTA ,

JOHNSON'S

Exculsive Ann Arbor agency for Aurentz
Fort Wayne Box Candies. Something
Different, 30c and 60c a pound.
We save you money on soaps and Toilet Articles.

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Cor. State and Packard

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