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Photographer to Michigan Students
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combined-because it is done right. That's my particular business. LYNDON.
Call while our stock is complete
advisors at the Dean's office in Uni-
versity hall between 1:30 and 2:00
o'clock daily, except Saturday.
Tryouts for the university band will
be held tomorrow and Thursday even-
ings at a time and place to be an-
nounced later. All students who can
play any instrument are urged to
Soph engineers elect class officers
in room 348, at 2:00 to 5:00 o'clock to-
('AIUS iN BIIEV'.
JNER & CO.
108 S. MAIN STREET
Inspect Our Showing of
Dr. W. H. Tramn, Ph.D., University
of Berlin, is a new assistant in the tel-
ephone and telegraph department inI
the engineering building.
Business meeting of the Forestry
club will be held tonight, in room 407
new engineering building, at 7:301
Six automobiles now in the engineer-I
ing building are to be used in connec-
tion with the work of the new course
in motor construction. The follow-
ing motors are to be examined: two
,Franklins, Ford, Oldsmobile, Krit, and
W. C. Mullendore, '14, who was taken
ill with diphtheria last Thursday, is
recovering rapidly. No other cases
have been reported.
Thursday, October 23
"'The House that
Comedy in Two Acts
Coming, October 30-31, "EVERYMAN"
S ha r p en ed
Bring in your safety razor
blades todayand have them
sharpened on the Odell Elec-
tric Power Machine.
They will be better than
when new. See the machine
in the store window.-
PRICES FOR SRARPENING
All Double-Edge Blades, per doz, . . 35 cents
All Single-Edge Blades, per dbz. . . 25 cets
The Brown Drug Store
122 S. Main Street
Four Days Only
Each Night at 8:15
Matinees Daily 3 P. M.
Life Story of
Jean Val Jean
In Nine Parts of Mag-
The Sensation of the
1st Four Rows Orchestra - 25c
Balance Orchestra - - 35c
1st Four Rows Balcony - 35c
Balance Balcony - - 25c
Matinees-Adults 15c Children 10c
" . $4.00, $4.50, $5.00
. $5.00, (a few at $6.00)
ge you to compare our $5.00 SHOES with those others are offering
at $6 and $s. See our Rubber Sole Shoes at $5.oo. Tango
Pumps that won't slip, at $4.50.
;AMP U S BOOTE R Y
TFhe ,SugAr Bowl
We have the best assortmcnt of
Chocolo.tes a.nd Bos Bon s
All kinds of fa ny Ice Creanms for- Parties
Try our Fruit Sundaes after the Theatre
Soph engineer football men out at
4:00 o'clock for game.
J lit football practice this afternoon
at 3:15 o'clock.
Soccer football practice today, South
Ferry field, 4 :00 o'clock.
Senior lit football practice this af-
ternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Soph lits will elect basketball man-
ager Wednesday, 3:00 to 4:30 o'clock,
room 205 Tappan hall.
MUSIC AND DRAMA.
The school of music faculty, assist-
ed by M'rs. T. A. Lowry, soprano, and
Miss Grace Townley, reader, will pre-
sent a program for the musical night
of the Y. M. C. A. carnival, this even-
ing. Vocal solos will be rendered by
Mrs. Lowry and Mr. Westerman; a
piano solo by Mr. Dotterweich;a violin
solo by Mr. Whitmire; a duet by Mrs.
Lowrey and Mr. Westerman,, and a
reading by Miss Townley. -Miss Wes-
terfelt and Mr. Dotterweich will, act
as accompanists for the vocal num-
Reserved seats are now selling for
the engagement of the motion picture
production of Victor Bugo's famous
story, "Les Miserables," which comes
to the Whitney theatre for four days,
starting with the matinee tomorrow.
Nine reels are utilized to show this
masterpiece, and the program will last
over two hours.
As added features to the regular pro-
gram, two or three reels of Kinema-
color and animated motion views will
be shown daily at the Majestic theatre
this week. Chief among these will be
the comedy, "The House That Jack
Built," which will be exhibited Thurs-
day only. On this ,same day a perma-
nent feature, known as the Majestic
Weekly, motion piceures of events
throughout the world, will be introduc-
IVE ISITY NOTI(ES, meet at Hill auditorium tonight at
t class meeting, Wednesday, Freshmen wishing addresses of their
3, 4:00 p. m., Tappan hall. advisors, or advisors wishing address-
n of class officers. es of their freshmen charges can get
's of the University band same by consulting the chairman of
Complete copy of the Students' Di-
rectory is now in the hands of the Ann
Arbor Press. Those in charge of theJ
work expect to have the Directory
ready for distribution by the first week
The "Lounger" suggested by Paul P.
Bell, '16, is prize winner in the con-
test conducted to secure an appropri-
ate name for the Friday and Saturday
night "get togethers" for Union men.
Examinations for the Phillips Schol-
arships in Latin and Greek will be
held Saturday. Candidates must con-
sult Dean Effinger of the literary de-
Miss Clara Hoffman was yesterday
afternoon elected to the presidency of
the senior women's section of the
Deutscher Verein. Miss Eula Schlacht
was chosen vice-president and Miss
Christine John as secretary-treasurer.
The next meeting will be next Mon-
day, at 7:00 o'clock.
Through a misunderstanding it was
impossible to get into Newberry hall
Sunday night, so that Menorah society
did not meet. The next meeting will
be held Sunday, 7:30 o'clock, when the
last week's program will 'be given.
In order that the new men may be
assigned to the various Forestry club
groups, all freshmen taking forestry
are requested to send a card with their
name, address, and phone number to
Carnot Valiton, 327 Thompson.
The senior lit class will meet Wed-
nesday afternoon, 4:00 to 5:30 o'clock,
Tappan hall, to elect a secretary. No
candidate received a majority at last
election for this office. The candidates
are Helen Lohman, Julia Henning and
Tiam H. Frakin, '13L, has accepted
a position to teach English in the Cen-
tral Y. M. C. A. day school, Shanghai,
China. Franking will sail for China,
December 1. While in college Frankin7
held the vice-presidency of the Cosmo-
politan club and the Chinese Students'
Seats Now Selling
G k TheWASHINGTON THEATRE
DETROIT, TICHIGAN JULIA HERNE
Eva, Tanguay an" TIijwn Coin- and the Washington Theatre Co. in
Volcanic Vaudeville eThe Gamblers"
V Matinees Daily. Mats.-Tues., Thurs., Sat.
The way to a man's heart is thru his stemach. Our lunches
find the way to yours.
"Pop" Bancroft Cor. Monroe and Thayer
and it fills itself with-
out a dropper, at any
inkwell, in 4 seconds,
cleaning itself also.
McGUGIN'S SQUA D LOOMS IP
(Continued on page 4.)
able performances in broken field run-
ning, and kicking, his boots averaging
between fifty-five and sixty yards.Ches-
ter likewise possesses a good right toe,
and when he plants his number elev-
ens against the oval, there is a consid-
erable rise in pigskin. Zach Curlin,
the South's premier drop-kicker, is in-
eligible and his kicking will be slight-
ly missed .in the Michigan. game,
though Commodore hopes along this
line lie in Boensch.
Plans are on foot for a big mass
meeting to be held on the night previ-
ous to the Michigan game. A student
band has already been organized and
one mass-meeting of the students of
the academic and engineering depart-
ments has been held in order to learn
the new songs and yells in prepara-
tion for the Michigan meeting. Every
department from the theological to the
pharmaceutical is aroused and nightly
band practice has been held for the
Large delegations from the three
girls' colleges of Nashville will be on
hand, as well as the Wolverine and
Commodore squads, which will add
much to the spirit of the occasion.
Small meetings will be held in all the
dormitories and fraternity houses
from now on, and the specially reserv-
ed rooters' section on Dudley field will
be filled- with from eight to nine hun-
dred loyal supporters of the Commo-
dores when the first whistle blows for
the Michigan-Vanderbilt melee.
The Owl club, the junior organiza-
tion, will entertain the visitors from
Michigan and the upper-classmen of
Vanderbilt with an informal dance at
the Hermitage Hotel following the big
mass meeting, while a number of the
fraternities are planning for the en-
tertainment of their visiting brothers
form the Michigan chapters
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