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October 16, 1913 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1913-10-16

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. THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

lacki nawS 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

ON PICTURES

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Whitney Theatre
ANOTHER TABLOID
THREE DAYS ONLY
THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY

TEMPLE

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 ro 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. Angel, 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, Sc, 6 for 25c.
Films Developed by the tank method-fixed by tank method-
washed by tank method-10 O 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.

IIIOCT, 16

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THEATRE
Motion Pictures of the
Highest Class
Feature Program
Every Wednesday

Matinees Friday and Saturday, 3P. M.
THE DISTRICT

II admission

5c

LEADER

JOE HOWARD'S
GREAT SUCCESS

J. KARL MALCOLM
EAST LIBERTY ST. MALCOLM BLOCK

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Inspect Our Showing of
FA L SHOFS
Bostonians . . $4.00, $4.50, $5.00
Florsheims . $5.00, (a few at $6.00)
ve urge you to compare our $5.00 SHOES 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.

30 - PEOPLE - 30
MANY, MANY GIRLS
PRICES
Downstairs, 35c and 25c; Balcony, 25c
and 20c. Matinees, Adults 15c, Child-
ren, 10c.

Garrick Theater
DETROIT, fIIICHIGAN
ROBERT B. MANTELL in Shakespearean
Repertoire. Tues., "Hamlet;" Wed. Mat.'
"Richelieu;" Wed. Night, "Macbeth;" Thurs,
"Othello;" Fri., "King Lear;" Sat., Mat., "Mer-
chant of Venice;" Sat. "Richard III."
WASHINGTON THEATRE
Detroit, Mach.
VIRGINIA HARNED
and the Wm. MorrIs Players In
AN AMERICAN WIDOW

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CAMPUS

BOO T ERY

Opposite Hustons'
The Suga~r Bowl
Confectlonery

AT THE SIGN OF THE ]KODAK
Photographer to
L Y ND 0 N Michigan Students
CAMPUS IN BRIEF. i employ Michigan graduates have been
urging this step so that the university
Aaron Matheis, '12E, has been an- would have a school of architecture in
nounced as one of the four name. Hereafter the different classes
successful candidates for the of this course will be designated as,
recent appointment of cadet en- for example, W. J. Jones, '17A.
gineer in the U. S. revenue Junior lit election Friday, 2:00 to
cutter service. Mr. Matheis, while at 5:00 o'clock at Tappan hall.
Michigan, was a member of the Quar-
terdeck club. With this appointment, 'CAPUS NOTABLES TO ATTEND
Michigan can boast of having six men COSMOPOLITAN CLUB MEETING
in the service; namely: Third Lieu-
tenants Praw, '0%E, Torbet, ex-'12, Two hundred guests, including the
Reed-Hill, ex-'12, O'Connor, '11E, and president of the university and the
Cadet Engineer Van Kammen, ex-'13E, deans of the several departments,
and Matheis, '12E. members of the board of advisers to
All students have been invited to at- foreign students, and the presidents
tend the 100th anniversary celebra- of the various campus organizations,
tion of the Battle of Leipzig given un- have been invited to attend the first
der the auspices of the Ann Arbor monthly smoker of the Corda-Fratres
German Societies tomorrow evening Cosmopolitan club to be held at the
at 8:00 o'clock in the High school au- Union tomorrow evening at 8:00
ditorium. Professor Warren W. Flor- o'clock.
er . of the German department will A number of campus notables are
speak. Prof. Max Winkler of the I scheduled to give short talks. Pres-
same department will preside at the ident John Bonilla of the club will
celebration. outline the activities of the club, and
A freshman literary student, whose Secretary Fred B. Foulk, manager
name could not be ascertained,,- in Ielect of the "Cosmopolitan Student,",

EAT AT **POP'S"
The Place Where Things Taste Like Home
""Pop" Bancroft Cor. Monroe and Thayer

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The fire signal will consist of long o'clock to render assistance to ren-
blasts of the siren in the old Power der assistance to the officials.
Plant interrupted by the following
blasts to give the location of the fire: UNION MEMBERS ENTHUSIASTIC
north side of campus, one short blast, AT BIG DINNER.
east side, two short blasts together,
south side, three short blasts close to- (Continued from page 1.)
gether, west side, four short blasts 1 University of Michigan is a member of
close together, center of campus, two the Michigan Union."
short blasts separated, . Homeopathic Two hundred men arose to greet the
hospital or storehouse, three short president and an ovation not less hear-
blasts separated, general hospital, ty followed his speech.
four short blasts separated. President Selden S. Dickenson as
toastmaster said, "The Michigan Union
ELIGIBLE PLAYERS NAMES ideal is to get the small college at-
MUST BE HANDED IN TODAY mosphere." In speaking of future
membership dinners," he said. "Each
All class football managers are re- dinner will have a name and will be

We.have the best assortment of
Chocolastes w nd Born Hon.
All kinds of fekrey Ice Creams for Parties
Try our Fruit Swsndaes after the Theatre

Madn vStreet

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OME, boys, a cheer-All to..
ether-V-E-L-V-E-T-smooth.
/elvet cheers you on and cheers
ou up. It's so smooth. The
elected leaf is hung in the ware-
louse over two, years-changing
marshness to complete mellowness.
Fhen all "bite" has disappeared
-and good taste and the enjoyible
noothness are pre-eminent. This "time
process" is not patented-just costs us
nore-and the result is "Velvet"-
mooth and wonderfully pleasing.
how once more -everybody -
/-E-L.V-E-T-smoothl At all
ealer.

w 'YH E
SMOOTH EST
TOBACCO

some manner dislocated his elbow
while jumping at Waterman gym yes-
terday. * Dr. May attended him, and
after an hour's rest the man was able
to go home.
Ticket sellers of the Oratorical
Board for the Robert Irving Fulton
lecture Friday are asked to report to
the treas'urer this afternoon between
4:00 and 5:00 o'clock to have their
accounts straightened up. The details
of the entertainment were worked out
at a meeting Wednesday.
At the July meeting of the Regents*
a resolution was passed making the
department of Architecture separate
from the engineering department. Ar-
chitects who are Michigan men and

the international organ of the Feder-
ation of Students, will describe the
policy of the paper, when it comes to
Michigan in January.
A report on the Eighth Interna-
tional Congress of Students recently
held in Ithaca will be presented by
one of the five delegates who repre-
sented Michigan at the convention.
ORGANIZE CAMPUS FIRE SYSTEM
Buildings and Grounds Department to
Handle Apparatus.
The new Campus Fire Department
will be made up mainly of
the employees of the Build-
ings and Grounds Department, and
will have the following five companies;
the ladder and axe, and hose compa-
nies to do the actual fire fighting, the
utility company to shut off the gas
and electric connections, the police to
keep the crowd back of the 150 foot
"dead line," and the salvaging compa-
ny to rescue valuable articles.

quested to hand in their lists of eligi-
ble players to Director Rowe this. ev-
ening, in order -that there may be no
hitch in starting the interclass grid-
iron activities on Monday, October 20.
Three games are scheduled for the
opening day of the season as follows:
'17E vs. '15E; '16E vs. '14E; and '17
combined departments vs. '15 combined
departments.
FRESHMAN TO DISPLAY FIRST
"PEP" TONIGHT.
(Continued from page 1.)
Press Harry B. Hutchins has excused
all Saturday morning classes.
The second year men will meet to-
morrow night at 7:00 in the same
place and following organization will
lay plans for demolishing the innocent
yearlings.
It is reported by the student coun-
cil who are managing the rush, that
everything is arranged for the staging
of the gigantic scrap. Officials for
the occasion will be composed of
members and ex-members of the stu-
dent council, "M" men and reserves.
Carrol B. Haff will officiate as referee
with the assistance of James B. Craig.
All "M" men and reserves are request-
ed to meet the chairman of the com-
mittee at the Union today between
12:30 +and 1:30 o'clock The under-1
classmen are expected to be on Ferry
field tomorrow afternoon at 3:00

devoted to furthering some particular
cause."
Harold Hulburt, '14M, the first
speaker, said: "Without a Union we
would be a diversity rather than a uni-
versity." In speaking of the, demo-
cratic spirit prompted by the Union, he
said: "Few appreciate that fraternities
have voluntarily withdrawn from cam-
pus politics." In closing, he said: "Be
sure that you are right, then go ahead.
But always let Michigan be first, your
friends second and yourselves third."
Arthur Cohen, '14L, gave three Kip-
ling readings in his delightful "cock-
ney dialect."
Prof. James P. Bird of the engineer-
ing department spoke on "Preparation
for Efficiency in After Life." He said
that a course in efficiency engineering
may soon be installed in the universi-
ty. He stated that a new chair should
be installed for the development of
personality. In closing he said: "
hope you will have realized a soul
birth as well as a mind awakening
when you leave your alma mater."
J. Ralston Hayden, instructor in the
political science department, finished
the program with a vocal solo.
The dinner ended by the singing
of the "Yellow and Blue." The new
Michigan Union song books were used
during the dinner, and by the singing
of a number of popular melodies, the
general "between courses delay" was
eliminated.

Have you noticed
how our hand-tailored
Double Breasted Sacks are
catching on. We are
making many of this new
model.

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WHICH?

Upper cl assm a
or Freshman

Full Two
Ounce Tins

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

ST VDENTS'
Opposite Engineering Arch

SVPPLY

It is the daily vuse of good paper that
reminds you where to buy your FIune Stationary and pound paper at

STORE

1111 SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE

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HOME oF

Hart
WHERE A DOLLAR
DOES ITS DUTY.

Sohaffner

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Clothes

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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LUTZ CLOTHING STORE

217 S. Main St.

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