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NEW PRICES

ON PICTURES

LET THE

Regal Shoes
Latest English Lasts

Call1while our stock is complete

GRUNER & CO.

108 S. MAIN STREET
ANN ARBOR

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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 io prints will hereafter be
25c each instead of 4oc.
Views of Campus Buildings, Scenes of and
around Ann Arbor, etc.
Pictures of Fraternity Houses.
Photos of Heads of Departments, etc.
Photos of Dr. Angell, Pres. Hutchins.
Rush Pictures, Tug-of-War, Push Ball Pictures,
etc.
Photos of Michigan Foot Ball and Base Ball
Teams.
Postal Cards of every Fraternity House, 5o, 6 for 25c.
Films Developed by the tank method-fixed by tank method-
washed by tank method-l Oe per roll.
Prints on Velox Paper by most modern methods, washed with-
out being torn and wrinkled, dried flat and trimmed, 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 and are a credit to the
process.
We are Headquarters for Amateur Photographers-ask anybody who
knows. Our workroom is no dump-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 and more prompt service
within the last few weeks. Don't get in wrong-ask anybody who knows.
AT THE SIGN OF THE KODAK

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Press Your Clothes

MAN

WE DO LADIES' WORK

C. I. KIDD, '17 Lit.

READY TO WEAR AND DRESS HATS IN,
LAR VELVETS AND PLUSHES
DANA RICHARDSON, 115 LIBERTY,

THE POPU-
at
EAST

1530-J

1112 S. University Ave.

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TRVBEY'S
"Just a little better"

Pop. Mat. Wednesday & Saturday, 25c to $1.50. 300 Orchestra Sea1s $1,50
GARRICK - DETROI1T
Starting Monday Night, Oct. 13, 25c to $2.00 360 Orchestra Seats $1.50
William A Brady presents

116 SO. MAI

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When on hospitable thoughts intent
-REMEMBER -
TRUBEY has the most complete line of MOULDS
and FORMS for FANCY ICE CREAMS in the city.

LY N D ON

Photographer to
Michigan Students

ROBERT B

MAINTELL

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Coffee Roasters and

Wholesale

Grocers

Dean & Co., Ltd., 214 S. Main St.
G., L. WOOLFOLK
toady-to-Wear Clothes from the Shop
BEST
CiICAGO
B.re mow beiuig showt at prices from.
$25 to $40
Exhibit Shop: 326 S. State St., Ann Arbor, Mich.

STUDENTS WIN VICTORIES AT
BOARD MEETING.
(Continued from page 1.)
James 0. Murfin, of Detroit. Action is
expected at a near-future meeting of
the board.
By the terms of a resolution pass-
ed by the board, an attempt is to be
made in the future to award the cer-
tificates of athletic insignia at some
public meeting of the students. Ac-
cording to the tentative proposals of
the board members, the football cer-
tificates will be given to the winners
at the big Union smoker, following the
clase of the season; the track and ten-
nis insignia" the Friday preceding the
annual June examinations; and the
baseball letters at the same event stag-
ed during Alumni Week..
The majority of the board session,
which lasted till nearly 10:00 o'clock,
last night, was mainly taken up, how-
ever, with the Conference problem,
the results of which discussion are
given in another column of The Daily.
Every member of the board was pres-
ent at the session last night, and in-
eluded Professors Allen S. Whitney,
George Paterson, Ralph W. Aigler, and
A. B. Stevens, Judge James O. Murfin
of Detroit, James E. Duffy of Bay City,
Michigan, and John D. Hibbard of Chi-
cago, Albert Fletcher, H. Beach Car-
penter, Louis Haller and Director P.
G. Bartelme.
Have you noticed
how our hand-tailored
Double Breasted Sacks are
catching on. We are
making many of this new.
model.

JUST

RECEIVE D
By Express

OHIOANS GIVE YOST'S PUPILS
HARD CONTEST
(Continued from page 1.)
on a fake kick formation. Michigan
tried a forward pass and won a pen-
alty when a Mount Union player in-
terfered with Torbet's reception of the
heave. The penalty put the ball on
the five yard line, and Benton plunged
across. Captain Paterson goaled after
both touchdowns, and the scoring was
over for the day.
The entire second half was spent in
a vain endeavor by each team to win
an advantage. In the third quarter,
the ball see-sawed back and forth, and
neither team could gain much on the
other, either by punting or on straight
football. In the final period, Michigan
forced the play into Mount Union ter-
ritory, but the Ohio players were stub-
born to the last, and gamely continued
to battle Yost's pupils to a standstill.
During the game the visitors used
the forward pass almost incessantly
when they had the ball. Twenty-four
passes were attempted and six of them
were successful. The passes were
cleverly conceived, and though they
lacked lucky breaks in execution, they
kept the interest in the contest keyed
to the highest pitch. Michigan used the
pass twelve times and was success-
ful in three attempts.
Stars for Michigan would be difficult
to pick. There was little starring
by the Maize and Blue players. On
several occasions the Michigan backs
appeared to advantage, but there were
others when they did not. On the
Mount Union team, honors must go to
Carson at right end, and Geltz at left
half. They were in the game every
minute and made their individual
prowess felt. Lovell also showed tal-
ent at playing fullback..
To explain the low Michi-
gan score when fifties and
eighties were expected, is a
task that balks players as well as
critics. The most charitable expla-
nation is to concede that the Mount
Union team was "primed for bear,"
while Michigan expected too easy a
game.
One injury marred the contest, Galt
was hurt early in the first quarter
when he twisted a leg. Quinn substi-

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Visit the Newest and
Up-to-Date

DRY GOODS STORE
Royal Worcester
AND.
Bon-Ton Corsets
OUR LEADERS

Every Man,
WITH
A Safety Razor
Don't throw away your old blades I
we sharpen all kinds of Safety Razor
Blades. Make old blades shave better
than new.
Single Edge........25c per doz.
Double Edge........35c per doZ.
Mail Orders receive prompt attention
GEO.*V. STOLL
115 W. Huron St. Phone 1692-J

in "The Best Impersonation of
King John
of which there is record in the history of the American stage."-William
Winter, Dean of American Critic in "Shakspeare on the Stage," his per-
manent record for posterity.
KING JOHN . MONDAY NIGHT OTHELLO . . THURSDAY NIGHT
HAMLET . . TUESDAY NIGHT KING LEAR , . FRIDAY NIGHT
RICHELIEU WEDNESDAY MATINEE Merchant of Venice . Saturday Mat.
MACBETH WEDNESDAY NIGHT RICHARD III - SATURDAY NIGHT
Curtain Rises Promptly at 2 and 8 P. M.
BEGINNING MONDAY MATINEE, OCT. 20 AND MATINEE EVERY DAY
The world's Greatest Entertainer
EVA TANGUAY
The cyclonic Commedienne
and her own company, in VOLCANIC VAUDEVILLE, 10,810 ACTS
The Eva Tanguay company represents the best features to be seen in vaudeville in
America or Enrope. Miss Tanguay will wear a $Ioooo wardrobe fob her famous songs.
Miss Tanguay will present (first time in Detroit) her own version of SALOME" as
prevented by her for Twenty Weeks in the East. For this act shelreceivcd $3,500 a week.
Prices: Matinees and Nights,, 25c up

Martha Washington Candy
and Belle Mead Sweets

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Schroen Bros.
Phone 1000
124 South Main Street

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At GOc, 80c and $1.00 a pound

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Time of quarters--121-2 and ten
tuted for him. Galt's injury is thoughtmiutesa
to be somewhat serious. He sustained
an injury to the same knee last sea- DENTAL CLINIC IS NOW OPEN

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Telephone 416
We Deliver the Goods

son. It is expected.Galt will be lost
to the squad for some time.
The lineup and summaries follow:
Michigan Mount Union

UNVRIYAVENUE PHARMACY
1219 So. University Ave.Q
GOULDING & WIKEL Prescriptions Accurately Compounded

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WAGNEBR & CO.
Importing Tailors
All orders taken in this depart-
ment are hand-tailored on the
premises.

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TANGO, ONE-STEP, CASTLE WALK becre ctlyatta t the
PACKAD E by Prof. Scott. Classes every Monday and Fri-
YAday, 7 p. m. Private lessons by appointment.
Call or Phone, 1850 J - 570 L.

Torbet............ L.E.
Musser.... ....L.T.
Traphagen........ L.G.
Paterson (C)....... C.
Allmendinger..... R.G.
Pontius.........R.T.
Lyons........... R.E.
Hughitt.......... Q.
Catlett..........L.H.
Benton.........F.B.
Galt, Quinn ........ R.H.

. Gauchat(C)
........Beck
.... Peterson
....Thorpe
..Bletzer
Calvin
.......Carson
....Wilson
.....Geltz
. Lovell
. Van Tilburg

Work to Be Done by Seniors Directed
by Demonstrators.
Patients desiring plates, crown
work, bridges, and straightening of the
teeth, should come to the clinic be-
tween 10:00 and 12-:00 o'clock. Fillings
and extractions will be performed ev-
ery afternoon after 1:30 o'clock.
More than 10,000 persons were
treated in the clinic last year,
and a total of 17,489 treat-
ments and operations were performed.
All of the work is done by members
of the senior class, under the care and
direction of the clinical instructors.
On Tuesday the first block of re-
served seats for the pre-festival con-
certs goes on sale at the office of the
school of music. At this time the un-
reserved tickets are exchanged for re-
served seats by ~paying a reservation
fee of $1.00.

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If You EDEfIGET
Expect
PHONE US4AND SAVE TROUBLE

WAI KING LOO
Come Up and Try
George's Chop Suey
Delicious chinese and American Dishes.
431 South State Street

DR, As H3 JURIGE, Osteopath
Special Attention to
Nervous Diseases
Hours:-9 to z2 a. m.; i to g p. i.
410 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 161-L

Final score-Michigan 14, Mount Un-
ion 0; score end first half, Michigan
14, Mount Union 0.
Touchdowns-Hughitt, Benton;goals
from touchdown, Paterson 2.
Officials-Referee, Holderiss, Le-
high;umpire, Kennedy, Princeton;head
linesman, Thomson, Michigan.

Co E. GODFREY, 410 N. Fourth Ave.

Phone 82-L

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Gilbert's Box Candies

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Our Soda Fountain has won its place alread
(LOur Light Lunches are making a hit. (A nic
Place for a Sunday Night Lunch. CWe can sav
you money on Soaps and Toilet Articles.

Det me at
y. 75c Pinauds Lilac Vege
25c Colgates Ribbon De
25c Williams Shaving S
e H E25c One Pound Talcun
25c Bromo Seltzer...
25c Euthymol Tooth Pa
DELTA 25c ColgatesTalcum.
Id, Prop. COR. STATE AND PACKARD

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ental .....
tick......
m Powder..
aste......

... . 690
.. 20c
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25c Dr. Graves Tooth Powder............17c
25c Mentholatum.................20c
25c Foleys Honey and Tar..............200
25c Sanitol Cold Cream.............19c
35c Prophylactic Tooth Brushes..........25c
Our Special Hard Water Soaps 7o,.....4 for 25c
:10% OFF ON ALL BATH TOWELS SUNDAY

Crane's Stationery
Special for Sunday

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N. E. Konol

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