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The Michigan Daily, 1913-10-11

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THDE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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W e want
opportunity to.

HYou Havrube
over being correctly fitted; if no
tailor has been able to satisfy
you; if you feel "uncomfo table"
in the best fits you have been
able to get, you are the m7 n
we seek.
you-if you will-to give us one
prove that we will fit you per-

NEW PRICES

ON PICTURES

fectly. We will conform
shape--not you to them.

Lthe garments to your

Every Michigan Man should own a well filled "M"
Scrap Book when he leaves college and he should be-
gin NOW to keep one.
Believing that the sale will increase sufficiently to
warrant a reduction on certain classes of pictures the
prices of the following 8 x t1o l,rints will hereafter be
25c each instead of 4oc.
Views of Campus Buildinlgs, Scenes of and
around Ann Arbor, etc.
Pictures of Fraternily Houses.
Photos of Heads of Departments, etc.
Photos of Dr. Angell, Pres. Hutchins.
Rush Pictures, Tug-ni-War, P]ush Ball Pictures,
e.
Photos of Michigan Foot Ball and Base Ball
Teams.
Postal Cards of every Fraternity Noose, 5o, 6 for 25c.
Films Developed by the tank method-fixed b~y tank method-
washed by tank method-i Oc per roll.
Prints on Velox Paper by most modern methods, washed with-
out being torn and wrinkled, dried flat and trimlmed1, 3c to 6c.
And an 8 x 10 Enlargement with every $5.00 worth of Finishing
for a short time
Enlargements are made on Velox Paper andl are a credit to the
process.
We are headquarters for Amateur Photographers-ask anybody who
knows. Our workroom is no dumnp-heap for imitation photographers. We
have led while several others have tried to "catch on" for 8 years, and we
have improved our methods for better results arid more prompt service
within the last few weeks. Don't get in wrong-ask anybody who !knows.
AT- THE SlIGN 'OF TH KODAK

WHITNEY TIHEATRE
Monday TIIA
TTuesdayUOl* UI
MatieDily 3 P. M.
Nights, at . .8:15
EDISON IS
KINETOPHONE
Talk1ing Pictures

J. KARL MALCOLM
604 EAST LIBERTY ST. MALCOLM BLOCK

ITWhitney Theatre
wmT;SAT. MATINEE OCT. 11
WILLIAM A. BRADY'S Production of
Louisa M. Alcott's Immortal Story
LITTLE

WYOMEN

You See the Play ! You hear
the Voices !
EDISON'S MARVELOUS INVENTION
TALKING MOVING PICTURES

Dramatized by Mlarion de Forest
By arrangement with Jessie Bonstelle
A TEND~y"ER PAGE
OF LIFE
Positively originial New
York Coiipany coming here
direct froiu Gar rick Theatre,
Detroit.
PRICES: 1.501 1.08 - ,75 .50
MAIL ORDERS HOW
Seat Sale Thursday, 10 a, m.

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Ispect Our Showing of
PALL-
Bostonians .* $4.00, $4.50, $5.00
F orshei~ns. $5.00, (a few at $6.00)
We urge you to compare our $5.00 SHOES with those otheli§ ae offering
at f6 and $7. See our Rubber Sole S!ioc-. at 5.o0. aIugo
Pumps that won't slip, at $4.60.

PRICES
Nights, All Seats
Matinees

.25c
*.15c

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Photographer to.
Michigan Students

C

A MPUS BO 0TERY
Opposite Hiustons'

'Aw-jummum
mmmmmmmm

Contfectioniery
We have the best, assortmcmt of
ChocolImtea ek.nd Ron. Bon~s
All kiridrs of fa.rxcy Ica Cceams fir- Paties
Try our rult Sndaes after the ThI'leatkre

Madn. sStreet

Acoross frown Ma#e 'tc

ence Cheney, Frank Sheehy; track
mnanager-G. C. Abbott, J. H1. Ferris.
Soph Medics--president-C.W. Eber-
bach, W. T. Vaughen; vice-president-
Marjory Lord, Helen Moore; treasurer3
-J. L. Jeffries, George Watt, J. G.
Wilinore; secretary-Mary Fisher, Ef-
fie Arnold; basketball manager--Karl
S. Staatz, Harold Henderson; track'
manager-M.G. B~echer, G. D. Lynch;
baseball manager-W. K. Ayers, J. 13.
Seely, E. G. Calbraith.
Junior rued ics-p reside nt-J. L. H-un-
ter, P. T. Marsh, A. C. Furstonberg;
vice-president-Bertha C. W. Ellis;
treasurer-C. N. Larsin; secretary-
L..G. height; basketball masnager--A.
C. Smith; (baseball manage.r-AN. tc.
V is; track manager-N. A. Myll; foot-
ball manager-Wv. E.' Koebbe.
Senior laws-..president--Robert J.
Curry, John Ober; vice-president-
Edgar N. Eisenhower, 13. B. Wautkins,
Nathaniel Sims,, Roswell 0. Post, Jr.;
secretary-Charles Weintraub, Seldon
W. O'Brien, John Winter; treasurer-
Henry Seaborg, Clifford Phillips; ser-
geant-at-arms-Sam Adelsdorf, John
Sweeney; oratorical delegate-Fred
Hinkle, Thomas E. Black; baseball
manager-Francis Rosenthal, Clarence
E. Lehr; track manager--M. W. Hat-
ler, Edward West; basketball manager
-Daniel Kervin, J. McMullen, John B.
Helm. Nominations may be made by
petition until Wednesday. Hand p~eti-
tions to R. M. Snyder.
1Junior laws-president-L. B3. Chris-
man, Karl Mohr, Percy Lovitt; vice-
president-H. Meade; ° secretary-WV. I.
McKenzie, David McFaggert; treasurer
-R. B. O'Harra, J. W. Boyle; basket-
ball manager-J. L. Downing, Lesliet
C :McClelland; baseball manager-B.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1!

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M2R the man chasing the pill, u
1down hill, in the sandy bun
Velvet is mild and smooth and plea
Velvet--selectedleaf'-two yearsi
warehouse undergoing a change m
eliminates the harshness of the leaf
mellowness rarely attained-a sm4
ness you should know all about.
No sir Impossible to bite or irritate
one smoke as cool and sweet as
aniother-smoke it for 54 holes if you
like--always agreeable.
At your dealers.

ising.
n theR"
vhich
.f. A
ootl.c
ful0

Whitney Theatre

THE
SMOOTHEST
TOBACCO

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Announvces

Pr Iccs

25c to $1.50

To the Stlzdextas of 1913 .d 1914

Seats Monday Morning

Complete Stock of

Iflail Orders Now

Victor Victrolasad

Records

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Murphy; track manager-Levi Hall,
Eugene Cohn.
Senior dent-president-Milburn. E.
Rice, A. Ticher; vice-president-Os-
car Manthey, Warren K. Guerrier;
current matters.. Also that such a syt-
Richard M. Fullerton, Lewis E. Read,
C. TPyfer, Ben Welling, John G. Shaffer;

olmon 1%

LASSES SELET O1ICE NOXI.
SEES.I
(Continued from page 1.)
Conover; treasurer-W. B. Schom-
lr, B3. 1H..Reeves, George Wiley;
Atball manager-L. I-I. Keliher, Davis
idley; baseball manager-George.
well, Harold La Londe; track man-
er-Clayton Plummer, W. White, W.
Kk; basketball manager-W. D. Ba-
r.
Senior medics-President-Frank A.
.wrence, B. J. Gutelins, Q. 0. Gilbert;
e-president-Clara S. Shellhammer,
C. Pfeifer, H3. S. Hulbert; secretary
Hf. B. Barss, H. R. Hartman; treas-
er-J. L. Lavan; Michiganensian
and - G.. E. Clay; medical
)resentative -W. L. Jones, C. L.]
ner, H. R. Hartman, F. E. Senear;
detic manager-C.' P. Drury, F. A.
wrence, Donald McPhail, F. D.
:mb, A. P. Sutherland, L. L. Botts-
A, G. R. Lisa.
Junior dents-president-H. R.
ad, E. C. Peabody; vice-president-
L. Donaldson, S. Elliott, H. C. Striff-

ler; secretary-C. W. Schroeder, Law-
rence Sherry; treasurer-L. A. Gibson,
F. L. Reynolds, L. WV. Garrison; base-
ball manager-J. C. Shoemaker, H. 1.
Clark,' W. C. Melvin; basketball man-
ager-Jessie James, W. B. Mitchell, J.
A. Campbell.
Soplh homeops-president-Philip
Haynes; vice-president-Ralph Stauff-
er; secretary-treasurer-Daniel Clark;
athletic manager-George Smith.
Senior horneops--president-Robert
Ideson, W. B. Huntley; vice-presi-
dent-Bessie Coffin, F. L. Omey, C. M.
Champlain; secretary-M. A. Darling,
C. D. Toole, R. B. Hadley, C. D. Pills-
bury; treasurer-G. B. Faulben, F. R.
Reed; historian-K. J. Phillips, N. S.
Staw; athletic manager-BV.Hagger-
man, H. J. Bunnell, G. G. Shoemaker.
Junior enginers-president-A. T.
Ricketts, George Sisler; vice-president
-William Bond; Hazel Quick; secre-
tary-- Arthur Griffes, W. S. Helmar,
George Prussing; treasurer-W\. J.
Case, HT. S. Parsons, Waiter Stewart;
basketball manager-V. Chatfield, W.
W. Calkins; baseball manager-Clar-

C. Wilmot; football manager--J. tSe a aae-.G ehetn
Canford; oratorical delegate-:-F". V.' A. Struick; track manager-Timothy
Jone; srgent-t-ams ThmasJamison, Florenz Klopfer; sergeant-at-
Jon s; erg ant at-rms - T oma jarm s-Frank M cCarthy, Clarence Vyn.
_________________ CL(SED G~ATES BAR Oyr /(TNLO R
AT LAST 1RiaLL.
O rClothes (Continued from page1.)
-- Princeton will referee and umpire the
aremad ofsunrio maerils game respectively.

WASHINGTON THEATREGrrik hete
- Detroit, Mich.,Garc T ete
VIRGINIA HIARKED and the Wmn. Morris DE~TROIT, t1ICKIJAN
Players In Win. A. Brady, prests
I R IS" lBO HT P D
MATINEE: TUES., THURS., SAT. OUHT&PADFOR
EAT AT "POP'S"
The Plaee Where Things Taste Like home

by skilled tailors right here in our
own shop.
The lasting and satisfactory
quialities of our work are lacking
i factory nmade clothes, eveti if
cut to your nmeasure.
It will be our pleasure to show
you the many nice patterns we
have to offer.

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noluENT SUPPLY STORKE'
W E L EA D T H EM A LL
LOGD-LOG SLIDE RUVLES WITH LEATHER CASES $7.30
We are agents for the Richter, Dietzgen aknd Rexiffel
e~Esser Drawing Instruments at reduced prices.

WVAG..NER & CO

Opposite Engineering Building

TAILORS

STATE STREET

I1 111 SOUTH UNIVERSITY 'AVENUE-

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WHERE'A DOLLAR
DOES ITS DUTY.

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Clothes

WTe have those H. S.& M. Mackinaws at $12.00 .and $15.00. Other makes at $5.00 to $10.00.

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