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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

You Have
Ha~d Trnuble

EVERY NEW MICHIGAN MAN
Will eventually know
L Y N D 0 N 719 North University Avenue
Photographer to Michigan Students
Eastman Kodaks at d Photo Supplies, Developing and Printing. Ulfindnne ex-
clusively hotographic. ight years experience. Most modern methods, Fxperi-
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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- A£A "tea
over being correctly fitted; if no
p tailor has been able to satisfy
you; if you feel "uncomfortable"
in the best fits you have been
able to get, you are the mIn
we seek.
We want you-if you will-to give us one
)ortunity to prove that we will fit you per-
ly. We will conform the garments to your
pe- -not you to them.
J. KARL MALCOLM
AST LIBERTY ST. MALCOLM BLOCK
Inspect Our Showing of
1ALL-

Thursday and Friday, Oct. 9-10--Matinee Friday, 3 P.M.
THE GREATEST OF ALL TABLODS. 30-PEOPLE-30
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MUSIC AND D)RAMA.
clioral Union.
Professor Stanley will be at the
school of music at 1:00 o'clock and
4:00 o'clock today and tomorrow to
-meet new applicants for the Choral
Union.
The chorus is to sing in two concerts
before the State Teachers' Association
meetings the last of this month, so
that the preparations will have to be
started at once. Two hundred and
fifty members of the chorus have al-
ready responded.
The soprano and alto sections are
already frilled, but there are some va-
cancies in the bass and tenor sections.
Cogswell Resigns.
Louis Cogswell, instructor in voice
in the University school of music has
resigned to become head of the vocal
department of the University of Okla-
homa at Norman. Kenneth Wester-
man, of Adrian, will be Mr. Cogswell's
successor, is a graduate of Hillsdale
conservatory, and has taken special
.work here for the past two years.

WHITNEY T HEATRE
Mnda
Tuenday OT,.13 -14
Matinees, Daily 3 P. M.
Nights, at . . 8:15
EDISON 'S
GENUINE-ORIGINAL
Talking Pictures
You See the Play ! You hear
the Voices i
EDISON'S MARVELOUS INVENTION
TALKING MOVING PICTURES

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Bostonians
Florsheims

. . $4.00, $4., $5.00
. $5.00, (a few at $6.00)

EARL DEWEY and MABLE ROGERS
And Their Beauty Bunch

. to compare our $5.00 SHOES with those others are offering
and $7. See our Rubber Sole Shoes at $5.oo. Tango
Pumps that won't slip, at $4.50.
OppPM PUS IBI...tvi.
Opposite Hustons'

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Th ' gar Bowl
Confectionery
We have the best assortm ;nt of
Chocoleates ek nd Bon Bons
All klzds of feeny Ice Creams for Parties
Try our Fruit Sundaes after the Theatre

"Within The LawY
The American Play Company, pro-
ducers of "Within the Law," announc-
es a production of Bayard Veiller's
sensational drama in all civilized
countries of the world. The play seems
to have the "punch" necessary for a
university success, and the story lends
itself to adaptation. "Within the Law"
will be seen in this city Wednesday,
October 15 at the Whitney theatre.
Majestic Theatre,
The popular feature known as the
"Majestic Weekly," (formerly Pathe
Weekly) will be shown at the Majestic
theatre this afternoon and tonight at
all .performances. As an extra attrac-
tion the three act version of the famil-
iar story of Dick Whittington and his
cat will be exhibited.
The Edison Talkang Pictures.
Stage managers declare that Thomas
A. Edison's latest stage invention, the
Kinetophone, is a machine that really
works, and not a mere "approximation
to an ideal." The Kinetophone will
be at the Whitney theatre next Mon-
day and Tuesday, October 13 and 14,
matinee and night.

PRICES
Nights, All Seats .

Mekdrt Street

. . 25c

PRICES-

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There' b e
2Ak de f
, in old deZ.ss it
tsef duitsef
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Matinees . . . . . . 15c
WASHINGTON THEATRE
Detroit, Mich.
VIRGINIA HARNED and the Wm. Morris
Players in
l I R I s"
MATINEE: TIDES., THURS.. SAT.
ceived gifts this year to the amount
of $223,000 was announced yesterday
by the first trustees meeting of the
academic year. Among them is a gift
of $200,000 the income of which is to
be applied to maintain travelling fel-
lowships in letters, sciences, law, and
medicine or engineering.
INTERCOLLEGIATE
ITHACA, N. Y., Oct. 8.-The Cornell-
Carlisle Indian game next Saturday
will be the first really big game of the
1913 season. It will decide the ques-
tion of whether Cornell really has a
good football team this year besides
furnishing what will probably be the
most spectacular event of the early
season.
The last time the two teams played
was in 1902 when the Indians won
10 to 6. The year before Cornell beat
the redskins 17 to 0 at the Pan-Amer-
ican exposition in Buffalo. Because of
the fact that this game is the firstbe-
tween the two teams in 11 years and
the additional fact that Glen Warner
is a Cornellian and former coach of the
Big Red team, the largest crowd of the
year is expected Saturday.
Ladies: get your hair shampooed
with rain water. Face and scalp treat-
ment, manicure, at Mrs. J. R. Trojan-
owski, 1110 S. Univ. Phone 696-W. 1-12
Rental of Washtenaw Country Club.
All parties desiring to rent the country
club can secure dates from Myron E.
Slater at Sheehan's Book Store. 9

Beautiful
KIN EMACOLOR
PICTUORES EVERY NIGHT

Matinee Daily 3 P. M.
EXTRA !
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY ONLY
itti ngton
AND HIS CAT
IN 3 ACTS

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Whitney Theatre
SAT. MTWEE OCT. 11
WILLIAM A. BRADY'S Production of
Louisa M. Alcott's Immortal Story

Dramatized by Marion de Forest
By arrangement with Jessie Bonstelle
A TENDER PAGE
OF LIFE

First 13 Rows Orchestra........ . . ........35 cents
Balance Orchestra .......................25 cents
First 4 Rows Balcony........ ........25 cents
Balance Balcony...........................20 cents
All Seats Reserved. Box Office Open io a. m. to 10 p. m.

CAMPUS IN BRIEF.

"
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ALL

SEATS

Women literary students who have
been absent from classes, are to meet
the attendance committee in the reg-
istrar's office today from 11:00 until
12:15 o'clock to explain their cases.
The committee will wait upon the men
students tomorrow afternoon from
3:00 until 4:15 o'clock.
-Petitions to the non-athletic com-
mittee for campus recognition must be
handed to Professor Lloyd before to-
morrow afternoon at 4:00 o'clock,
when the committee meets to decide
the status of all new societies.
-That Columbia University has re-

Fine Millinery I

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Positively origial New
York Company coming here
direct from Garrick Theatre,
Detroit.
PRICES: 1.50 - 1.00 - .75 - .50
MAIL ORDERS NOW
Seat Sale Thursday, 10 a. m.

at reasonable prices
721 East Huron
Across irom High School

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DETROIT, rCHIGAN
SWm. A. Brady, prests
BOUGHT & PAID FOR

The Mrs, Rickey & Events

ALL I orSale by
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Our Clothes

EAT AT *"POP'S"
The Place Where Things Taste Like Home
"Pop" Bancroft car. Monroe adThayer

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Van Doren's Pharmacy
703 Packard Street

We Carry a Fine Line of Conk-
lin's fountain Pens,
from $1.50 up. Come in and get fitted.

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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STUDENT ESUPPLYSTORE
W EUEA'D THEM A LL
LOG-LOG SLIDE RULES WITH LEATIIER CASES $7.50
We are sgients for the Richter, ietz ea ekid Keuffel
(. Esser Drawing Instrumgents at reduced prices.

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WAGNER & CO.

Liberty and Main Sts.

220 Chapin Slreet Ph

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Banking

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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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