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lackinaws and
You don't need to go down town
to see the best that are made.
Come in and slip one on, they
are all made up in Norfolk with'
yoke. "No old Timers Here."
Time now to place that Suit and.
Overcoat order too.

NEW PRICES

IWHITNEY THEATI

ON PICTURES

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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 Yo 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, 5c, 6 for 25c.
Films Developed by the tank method-fixed by tank method-
washed by tank method-1 Oc per roll.
Prints on Velox Paper by most modern methods, washed with-
out being torn and wrinkled, dried flat and trimmed, 3c to $c.
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

Monday fbT 1 IA
Tuesday c UU hI"'I"
Matinees, Daily 3 P. M.
Nights, at . . . 8:15
EDISON 'S
1iENUINE-RIGINAL
Talking Pictures
You See the Play ! You hear
the Voices!
EDISON'S MARVELOUS INVENTION
TALKING MOVING PICTURES

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15
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THE
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J. KARL
604 EAST LIBERTY ST.

MALCOLM
MALCOLM BLOCK

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Inspect Our Showing of
FA L SHOS
Bostonians . . $4.00, $4.50, $5.00
Florsheims . $5.00, (a few at $6.00)
We urge you to compare our $5.00 SIIOES with those others are offering
at $6 and $7. See our Rubber Sole Shoes at $5.oo. Tango
Pumps that won't slip, at $4.50.

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Prices

25c to $1.50

PRICES,
Nights, All Seats
Matinees

Seats Monday Morning

*.25c
150i~

Mail Orders Now

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Photographer to
Michigan Students

WASHINCTON THEATRE Garrick Theater
Detroit, Mier. DTOT CIA
and the Win. Moris lArs ROBERT B. MANTELL in Shakespearean
Repertoire. Tues., "Hamlet;" wed. Mat.,
amarnmnami "Richelieu;" Wed. Night, ;"Macb.,th;"Thurs.,
"thEll" WIDOW "te ri., "King Lear;" Sat., Mat,, "Mer-
chant of Venice;" Sat. "Richard III."
Lt-ssellyouwhat you need. We keep CANDY, TOBACCO
AND STUDENT SUPPLIES x

CAMPUS

BOOTERY

Opposite ustons'
The Suga r Bewi
Con.fectionery
We have the best assortment of
Chocolgttes and Boa Ben.a
All kIida of fe nay Ice Crearn for Parties
Try our Fruit Sundaea after the Theatre

Medim Street

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TH K
SMQOTH ES?'
TOBACCO

SENATE SETS DATE
FOR CONVOCATION
Action relative to the Michigan Un-
ion opera playing outside Ann Arbor
was deferred at the senate council
meeting last night. Permission was
granted to produce the opera at the
Whitney theatre March 25, 26, 27, 28.
The date for the student Convocation
in Hill auditorium was formally set
for October 24, all university work to
be suspended at 4:30 o'clock in the
afternoon, and a committee of faculty
advisors for foreign students, took up
the remainder of the time of the Sen-
ate council last night.
A limitation was placed upon the
Ann Arbor production of the opera, in
that the libretto has to be approved by
faculty authorities Nothing definite
will be done about out of town bids
until the character of the requests are
known.
The formal program for the Con-
vocation October 26 is not yet filled.
The principal address will be given
by President Hutchins. To insure the
presence of the entire university un-
der one roof for the first time in 30
years, class work will be suspended
after 4:30 o'clock.
Five. new fraternities were recog-
nized, Phi Chi Delta, a chapter of the
national Latin-American society, Phi
Sigma Tau, an engineering organiza-
tion, Delta Theta Phi, law, and two
general fraternities. Lambda Chi Al-
pha and Pi Lambda Phi.
Fire was discovered yesterday af-
ternoon at 5:20 o'clock in the base-
ment of the Church of Christ, on South
University avenue, by Peter Polson,

janitor of nearby houses. The blaze
was easily extinguished upon the ar-
rival of the first department, the dam-
age being slight.
UNION BOAT CLUB PICKS OFFI-
CERS.
(Continued from page 1.)
sign's committee, E. C. Johnson, '14E,
E. K. Hill, B. Chipman, '14, E. W.
Bisbee, '16, J. Finkenstaedt, '16E, and
A. McIver, '14E; second ensign, E.
McKinley; second ensign's committee,
S. M. Abrams, '17, S. A. Oppenheimer,
'15E, L. A. Arantz, '17, E. R. Theiss,
G. A. Caron, '14, and H. L. Smith, '16;
third ensign, C. S. Blomshield, '16E.
The third ensign's committee will be
appointed this week.
The new officers will begin work
immediately and several functions
have already been planned including
a dance this fall and a regatta or car-
nival in May.
BAND PROBLEM TO BE SETTLED-
THIS MORNING.
(Continued from page 1.)
all financial matters. The director
will take charge of all rehearsals and
all appearances of the band. He will
also report all absences from rehears-
als to the manager so that the faulty
member may be fined.
Furthermore Mr. Fisher does not
approve of the scheme providing for
unpaid members on the band's roster.
This will only serve to retard the
other members of the band, for the
tryouts will not be bound to attend
rehearsals and thus the standard of
the work will be lowered.
Director Bartelme feels assured that
the whole question will be finally set-
tled before next Saturday, and that
the spectators at the M. A. C. game
will once more see a regular uniform-
ed Varsity band.
VARSITY MEN SCORE THRICE IN
HARD TILT
(Continued from page 1.)
the Varsity took the ball down the
field, a forward pass from Mead to
Watson helping along the march for
about 25 yards.Roehm slipped through

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It Fills Itself !
rhere's never any trouble with
:his real fountain pen-just dip
it inanyordinary inkwell, press
the "Crescent-Filler," and
it fills itself in four seconds.

The Trouble-Proof
Fountain Pen!

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Self -Filling
Fountai Pen

"Pop" Bancroit

Cor. Monroe and Thayer

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ils itself and every time it does
hat it cleans itself at the same
time. That's why it doesn't
clog, nor balk, nor act mean.
It always writes smoothly and
it never leaks.
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50. $4.00, $5.00
and up. For Sale by p

THE LEADING DEALERS
1N ANN ARBOR

" VERY freshman wants to start right.
Put him next to Velvet-the college
smoke. It's the real, time-matured
bacco with a smooth,
lightful flavor - a
te that never pails1
you-doesn't bum

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The ConkinI Peii Mfg. Co.
Toledo, Ohio

elvet is superb tobacco-
ed two years-an ideal
poke. Today-tomorrow
-whenever you do smoke
that day will bring you
new version of pipe pleas-
e. You will become a
elvetarian. just keep it
mnd. At all dealers.

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for the first touchdown, Watson miss-
ing the goal.
The line plunging of Bastian was
largely responsible for the second
score. He carried the ball to the one
yard line, and went over after the
other backs failed. Bastian also made
the last score, following a long end
run by Mead.
The teams lined up as follows:
Varsity (18) Pos. Scrubs (0)
Tessin.......... .L.E. ...... Staatz

Scott, Morse.....L.T. .... Dorrance
McHale,......... L.G......... Rosa
Lichtner.......... ,.....Peterson
Cochran........R.G .. Crossman
Millard, Quail...T. .. Rheinnnan
James..........R.E. .... ..Wells
Roehm............ Q. ......Meyers
Watson...,.....L.H. ......Cohan
Mead..... .....F.B,..Dorrance,
Powell
Diehl, Bastian ..... R.H .. Warner,
Tuttle

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-ave you noticed
how our hand-tailored
Double Breasted Sacks are
catching on. We are
making many of this new
model.
WAGNER & CO.
Importing Tailors

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Upper Cl asmII afn
or IFreashm-ate
it Is the daily use of gtood paper that

r.? d8 yog wherp to buy your Fine Stationary and pound paper at

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All orders
mentiare
premises.

taken in this depart-
hand-tailored on the

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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.

I WHERE A. DOLLAR
DOES ITS DUTY.

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