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October 18, 1913 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1913-10-18

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
I~r .. Y A nl I~n~l lllt~r ~ pf I -

lackinaw-s an
aincoats
You don't need to go down town
to see the brest that are made.
Come in and slip one on, they
are al made up in Norfolk with
yoke. "No Old Timers Here."
Time now to _place that Suit and
overcoat order too.

EVERY NEW MICHIGAN MAN
Will eventuaL<lly know;
LYN DO N, 719 North University Avenue
Photographer to Michigan Students
Eastman Kodaks arid Photo Sgplies ,IDevelo┬ęping andl Printing. UL7faiYe ex-
euieyPoorpi.Egtyaseprec.M(tenced help. Best results obtainable. I dlo more work than all1 othe~ rsAiAn Arbror
combined-because it is dlone right. Tfiat's my particular busin~ess. LYNDON.

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

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('TASSES iEIEC'i OFFICERS FO4R
ENSUING YEAR.
(Continued from page 1.)
Senior lit: president, Waldo Fel-
lows; vice-president, Miss Emma
Heath┬░; secretary, Miss Helen Lohmnan;

treasurer, L. Moos Rieser;
manager, B. Kline; football
George Caron; women 's1
manager, Miss Jean Scout;
delegate, HrI C. Rummel.
Junior lit: president, F.I
vice-president, Miss Hulda
secretary, Mildred Rees;1
Chester Lang; women's1

baseball
manager,
basketball
oratorical
H1. Crane;
Bancroft;
treasurer,
basketball

J. KARL
EAST LIBERTY ST.

MALCOLM
MALCOLM BLOCK

Inspect Our Showing of
FALLSHOiS
Bostonians.. $4.00, $4.50, $5.00
Florsheiins. $5.00, (a few at $6.0 0)
We urge you to compare our $5.00 SHOES with those others are offering
at $6 and $7. See our Rubber Sole Shoes at $5.00. Tango
Pumps that won't slip, at $4.50.
CAMPUS BOTFEiRY
Opposite lHustons'
T he' Sug 2%r Bowl
Confe+ # ozery
We have the best assortment of
cheaolw..tes exd Elam Sorts
All kinids of fancy Iee Crearms for Forties
Try- our Fru~it Sunwdaes after the Theatre
MeklnmStreet

manager, Helen Morse; men's basket-
ball manager, Wilbur Davidson; foot-
ball manager, John Sullivan; track
manager, Carl Jenks; baseball mana-
ger, Lyle Harris.
Sophomore lit-president, A. R.
Grierson; vice-president, Adele West-
brook; secretary, Miss Humphries;
treasurer, D. W. Jennings; football
manager, IH. Barrows; baseball man-
ager, Joe Fee; track manager, W. EA.
Brotherton; oratorical delegate, L. V.
Bybee; woman's basketball manager,
Miss Carpenter. Men's basketball
manager will be elected Wednesday
from 3:04 to 4:30 o'clock.
Senior engineers: president G. C.
Paterson; vice-president, secretary,
and treasurer, no elections; football
manager, L. H. Keliher; baseball man-
ager, H. LaLonde; track manager, W.
Cook; basketball manager, W. 1). Ba-
ker.
Junior engineer: A. T, Ricketts,
'president; vice-president, W. Bond;
secretary, Arthur Griffes; treasurer,
H. C. Parsons; basketball manager, V.
C. Chatfield; baseball manager, Clar-
ence Cheney.
Senior medic: president, B. S. Glute-
lius; vice-president, Clara S. Shell-
hammer; secretary, H. R. Elartmen;
treasurer, J. L. Lavan; medical repre-
sentatives, W. L. Jones, F. EA. Scncar;
athletic director, D. EA. McPhail.
Senior laws : president, R. J. Curry;
treasurer, C. F. Phillips; sergeant-at-
arms, J. V. Sweeney; oratorical dele-
gate, T. FA. Black; baseball manager,
C. EA. Lehr; track manager, M. W. Bat-
icy; basketball manager, D. EA. Ker-
win.- No election of vice-president and
secretary.
-Junior laws: president, tied, L. G.
Grismore, Carl Mohir, Percy Lovett;
vice-president, H arry Mead; treasurer,
J. F. Boyle;, track, L. M. Hall; basket-
ball manager, C. EA. Donnely; football
manager, J. S. Crawford; baseball
manager, B. C. Wilmot; oratorical
delegate, F. J. Jones.
Junior dents : presidlent, Harold I.
Mead; vice-president, H. C. Striffler;
no majorities for other offices.
Junior homeops: president, H. R.
H-ildebrandt; vice-president, J. J.
Lowman; secretary, C. W. Shepeler;
treasurer, T. A. Canhorn.
Soph homeop : president, Philip
Haynes; vice-president, Ralph Stauff-
er; secretary and treasurer;lDaniel
Clark; athletic manager, George

Saf eiyRazor Blades
Bring in your safety razor
blades today and have them
shiarpeniedl on the Odell Eilec-
tric PIower Machine,
They will be lbetter than
wvhen new. See the machine
inl the store window.
P'RICES IOR SHARt1'1:N IN
All Doule-Edge Blades, per doz.. 35 cents
All Single-Edge Blakes, per doz. . 25 ceits
The Brown Drug Store
1 22 S. Main Street
Smith.
Snior. pa rmics : prsident, 1IA. V
Rice;viepednt J, K. Lilly, Jr.;
secretary, 1:. VV. Cyle;treasurer, v.
Melntyre aeal aaeF. E. Dc-
Vo ist.
~~TI1 DillON ~1 lIE I V.TOGT I
(Continued fromn lame 1.)
1.901, 1902, 190o3, and 1904, carrying the
ball, and Ithe other show ing A dolph
Schual,, c enrter onl the 19174, 1905, 11907,
anad 1'08 t eams>, ,:passing the ball from
line Voit1n'all ('am01rp, dean of
Ameica sn footbanHll, hoored both of the
above plyrs tud also the university
by niining thtem oi his All Time All
American team. In the opinions of
the unde-rsig nedi, Sc1hul.z wathCCe great-i
est defenive paer and 1I etnthe 1
best at <advancing, the ball, uip to the
prese(nt iitim, znet only at Michigan,
but in t et 1 ui re:ist-ory of American
football. a.< a token'- of our appreci-
ation of theilie of these superla-1
tive players;, it is the desire of theI
donors of t1,ese cups that they be
known as the lIf (.ton~r-Schulz cups..
"It is our hope and e xpectation that,-
inl site of Lthe sligh;t intrinsic value of
tethethe he wl b ighly prized
bccausis;of tie iiicaitince attalched
to them_;, an.d 1'u rihewrmore, that the
coltests amiongthe players will 1)e
close, strenuous and friendly each
year.x
ItOS11. . ILIUSTO\. 'e2-'?41j.
of i3 '; tE'! F:('ONerFE '!'OF FIST!
VAI-1191)R,

OCT. l6 - 17

Matinees Friday and Saturday, 3 P. M.
THE DISTRICT
LEADER GREAT SUCCESS
3D - PEOPLE - 30
MANY, MANY GIRLS
PRICES
Downstairs, 35c and 25o; Balcony, 25c
and 20c, Matinees, Adults 15o, Child-
ren, 10c.

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SINGLE, ADMISSIONi $1.0

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Garrick Theater
DETROIT, tICKfIGAN
ROBERT S. MANTELL in Shakespearean
Repertoire. Ilues., "Hlanlet;" Wedl. Mat.,
"Richellen;"' Wed.l Aighit, \Macleth;" 'rhurs ,
"Othello;" Fri.,'"King Lear;" Sat., Mlat., "Mfer.
chamnt of Venice,' 'Sat. Riaid 1M."
WASHINGTON THEATRE
Detroit, Mich.
VIRGINIA HARNEIJ
and the Wm.. MorrIs Players in
AN AMERICAN WIDOW

and associated artists under auspices of City
Y. W. C. A. at
Congregational Church
"At Daybreak"
Fridlay, Oct. 17, at S;15 P. M.
"Noon in the Rose Garden"
Saturdlay, Oct. ]8,atS 3 I .
f"DIreamus"
Satirlay, Oct. iS, at 3,15 P. M.

ThePlceEAT AT "POP"S"
ThePlae WereThings Taste Like Home
"Pop" Bancroft Cor. Monroe and Thayer
WILLIAM E.s DIlET'ERLEm
FORMERLY THE VARSITY TAILOR OF ANN ARBOR
wishes to announce that he has opened a tailoring establish-'
ment in Detroit at

94 WEST FORT STREET
With a Complete Lino of
BRITISH AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS

Special attention given to nay College trade. The same }prices
with Better Sat isfaction and Better Workmanship.

DIE TERLE-VARSITY TAILOR

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COME, boys, a cheer--Al" to.
geher-V-E-L-V-E-T smooth.
Velvet cheers you on and cheery'
you up. Iles so smooth. The
selected leaf is hung in the ware-
house over two years-changing
harshness to complete' mellowness.
Then all "bite" has disappeared
-and good taste and the enjoya~ble
smoothness are pre-ermnent. This "time
process' is not patented-just costs us
snore-and the result is "Velvet-
smooth and wouderfully pleasing.
Now once more - everybody - A
V-E-LV-E-T-smoothI At alt
elealev6

w THE
SMOOTH EST

(Continued from

'lorbOt.......... .L.......1M.Smithz
Musser........... L.T. . .. GXI.Smith
Trph~gn.....L.G......obanz
,,aterson (C) . .....C. ..Vaughtan
A4llhneditigor.....I. .... McCurdy
i'llnsiford........R.T . ..Gifford (C)
Lyon;s. ...........RE....Henning
flnghift........ ..Q......CGonthier
Catlett...........l.1.......liler
Pontitis...........1.........Tuliani
B3entley............RRHl .. Blacklock
Officials--Referene, Iloagland, Prince-
ton; umpireKh, Dartmouth; head
lT inesAn, Lynich, BLjrown; time of quar-
tccs, 12 minutes.
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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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remirids you where to bu~y your Frime

It is the daily mouse of good paper tha$
Stationary and. poundi paper at

FuUl Two
Ounce 'dins

vqcez

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

S 5'NTS
Opposite Engineering Arch
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SUP vvwP "L'qY STOl 0'JRE'kwr'
111, SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE

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WHERE A DOLLAR
DOES ITS DUTY.

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Clothes

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

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LUTZ . CLOTHING STORE

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21U7 S. Main St.

)rtraitS by

h .lm

VAre Sure to Pleaise SE
~ -Your Friends TII

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