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There's a lot of satisfied men
riding in our band wagon.
-Not necessary for us to blow
our own horns about
StelnBloch
Clothes,
-But if you haven't a seat we
want you to get on and ride.
They give satisfaction-we'll
prove it by a strong record.

all colors and styles $5 to $10

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Tlophono 7186J
CLOCKS and you will get to your classes on time.
ht and all clocks guaranteed. New location.
111 EAST WASHINGTON STRET
L. CHAPMAN, Jewpler

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THEATRICAL CIRCLES

weds." Francis and Dooly Corrine Sal-
es will be the star attraction. Sta'rt-
ing this week the Majestic will show
"Pathe's Weekly." This will be a per-
manent feature of the Monday, Tues-
day and Wednesday programs. Next
Thursday the big feature will be "The
Casino Girls."
SABAT SUGOESTIONS
The Rt. Rev. Chas P. Anderson, D.D.,
Bishop of Chicago, will occupy the pul-
pit at St. Andrew's Episcopal church
this evening at the Union service. His
sermon will be on "A Religion That
Works Well," and is the first address
to be given in the Baldwin lecture se-
ries. The morning sermon will be
omitted, and instead, Dr. Victor C.
Vaughan will deliver an address on
the subject of tuberculosis. This is a
part of the program of the campaign
on tuberculosis instituted by Gov.
Chase S. Osborn. Bible classes for'
university men and women meet in
the church; 6:30 to 7:30 p. m.; special
hour for students in Harris hall, 7:45
p. m.
Prof. Theodore Soares, of the Uni-
versity of Chicago, will speak at the
Congregational church this morning
on the topic,, "Pictures of Progress."
At the first Methodist church this
morning, the Rev. A. W. Stalker will
deliver a sermon on "Man Facing Na-
ture and God." The evening address
will be on "Religion and the Body,"
Services at the First Baptist church
this morning will be led by the Rev.
Frank Bachelor; subject: "An Ancient
Warning for Modern Men."
"A Reasonable Faith" will bethe
subject of the Rev. L. A. Barrett's ser-
mon this morning at the First Pres-
byterian church.
The Rev. Robert S. Loring begins
his pastoral duties at the Unitarian
church with a sermon this morning on
"The Receptive Attitude in Religion."
Mr. Bal, a student from India, will
speak before the Young People's soci-
ety at 7:00 p. m.
At the Church of Christ this morn-
ing, the Rev. G. W. Knepper will de-
liver a sermon on "Calvary."
Rent a folding kodak 10 cents. Lyn-
don. e o d
Open every evening until 10. Sun-
days only, 9:30 to 11:30 and 1:45 to
3:45. Lyndon. eo 4d
You can have a 12 ex. film developed
just as cheap as a six. Only 10 cents.
Lyndon. e o d
Forest Lawn Tea Room-Orders
taken for After Theatre or Concert
Lunches. Phone 1238-J, 604 Forest

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"Passers-By."
C. Haddon Chambers, the author of
so many successful plays, including
"Captain, Swift," "The Tyranny of
Tears" and "Passers-By," his latest
success in which Charles Frohman is
starring Charles Cherry, is generally
regarded as an Englishman.rSuch is
not the case, for the playwright was
born and educated in New South Wal-
es, and did not come to England to
live until 1880, and it was not until
two years later that he took up a per-
manent residence in London. Charles
Frohman presents Charles Cherry in
"Passers-By" at the Whitney theater,
Monday, October 28.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Soph engineer football practice Mon-
day, 4:00 p. m. at South Ferry field.
Meeting of the men's section of
Deutscher Verein Monday at 7:30 p.
mn. Initiation.
New England men requested to meet
at the Union at 2:30 p. m. today.
Soph lits who paid class dues yester-
day after 12:00 noon, call 1170-J.
SOPHOMORE ZITS REVEL IN
BARBOUR GYM-150 STRONG.
Soph lits held a post-election party
in Barbour gym yesterday afternoon
at which over 150 were present. Prof.
and Mrs. J. R. Brumm acted as chap-
erones.
Verein Will Discuss Plans at Meeting.
The men's section of the Deutscher
Verein will hold an important business
meeting tomorrow night at 7:30. A
program will be prepared for the year
and several new men will be elected.
SYRACUSE ELEVEN PROVES
A TARTAR FOR WOLVERINES
(Continued from page l.)
ine 20-yard line. One end run, three
line smashes, and the Orange score
totalled twelve. The rocket had fal-
len, the aeroplane hit the earth, and
Michigan was defeated.
The last quarter started with Mich-
igan fighting hard to regain Its lead.
Time and again it hit the Orange line,
but it could not make the gains it ha.
made at the first of the game. Thom-
son, Craig and Boyle plunged and ran,
but the Syracuse team refused to be
put on the run. Finally' the break
came. Michigan fumbled and the re-
doubtable Castle picked up the ball
and hustled 55 yards for a touchdown.
There were but a few minutes left to
play and hope was practically gone.
But Michigan opened up with trick
plays and forward passes in a last
vain desperate hope. It carried the
ball well down into the Syracuse ter-
ritory, but just failed to get the open-
ing,-the break wouldn't come. The
whistle sounded. The darkness of de-
feat settled down over the Stadium for
Michigan. The baffled, surprised team
left thefield, beaten and battered, but
still ready to fight, still every inch a
Michigan team. The waters gulped
the falling rocket-stick; the earth re-
ceived the battered aeroplane.
The team will return to Ann Arbor
at 7:30 o'clock this morning over the
Michigan Cenral. As far as could be
learned, Barton's injury was not se-
rious and the versatile lineman will
be all right for next Saturday.
The lineup and summaries:
Michigan Syracuse
Torbet, Tessin....L.E........Farber
Cole...........L.T. .Luddington
Quinn..........L.G.......Brown
Barton, Musser.. C .........Ain
Almendinger...R.G. .. Helflnger,
Throcking
McHale ..... .R.T. .Probset, Capt.
Pontius, Carpell.. R.E...... Seymour
Huebel, Bushnell Q.. .....Walters
Craig..........L.H.....Woodruff
Hughitt, Boyle.. .R.H. ......Castle
Thomson.......F.B. ........Smith

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by LYNDON (a Michigan man and a supporter of
organizations).

Watch, for further announcement in Sunday morning Daily.
Deiries' Art StoreCO
9.
FINE AIRT GOODS
The Pl1e to Ha°v sYozur Pictures Framed iiI ata
Get a
8 sCard
S V .,0 per cent Presse

220 STATE STREET
Called for and ' elivered

Cleaners
Bell

Pictures of Freshi
Classes
Will be taken week of October

SWEET
BETTER SERVICE

AS IT SOUL
BETTI

'S

THE SUGAR BOWL
Ann Arbor's Best Confectionery. Ice cream soda de luxe. C
descriptions.
WE PAY ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO STUDENTS, PARTIES, ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT A
ON MAIN STREET

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At the Majestic.
ffl Chief among the Majestic features
this week will be a full-blooded Sioux
Indian boy, who sings and dances in
regulation vaudeville style. Os-Ko-Mon
is his name and he is a graduate of
Haskell Institute and Carlisle. His
kparents reside on a reservation in
Bank South Dakota.
Vice-President Another feature will be the Braun
Sisters, recently with "The Newly-

A NEW PLAC E-

Lunches, Ice Cream, Fine Candies, Toba
BUSY BEE

Y !Old. M ustlop

Will open about November 1st

313 South

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Shirts

How Are Your

Ave.

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)u seenrthe Longfellow ShirtsrWe iow have a fine
f patterns of this excellent shirt made up with soft
fs and collars to math. Come in and look over the

Charlie's Barber Shop
at 619 E. Liberty.

Is now open
tf

Our methods of eye exatmination, no "drops" u
the exact needs ofyour eyes.
Our optical system produces exact glasses.
We grind our own lenses and make all glasses ,t
Shur-on Agency
Arnold &.Co., Jewelers

All cars in the future,
Goodyear Drug Store.

will stop at
1 tf

that we carry the Soo Mackinaw Coat,

Tinker & Company
ers and Furnishers 342 S. State St._
tIveret Lbusic lbous
ress Building Maynard4 Street
Across from Majestic
Latest Operatic
and
Popular Hits

Charlie, the Barber has moved to 619
E. Liberty St. tf
Charlie, the Barber has moved to 619.
E. Liberty St . tf

MPMm

Refer(

Charlie's Barber Shop is now open
at 619 E. Liberty. tf
Wanted College Representatives-Two
students to take up old line insur-
ance work among fellow students.
Splendid opportunity for right men.
Address or call No. 410 National,
Bank Building. 19-25
FOUND.
..Found-On Twelfth street, a pair of
nose glasses and case. Owner may
have same by calling at Daily office
and paying for this ad. 23
FOR SALE.
For Sale-Eastman folding camera,
exposure 3 1-4 x 4 1-4 inches. Also
triple string mandolin in good con-
dition. Apply 507 Mack Road. Bell
Phone 1541-J. 23

Pendlet
Columbi
Castle3
Huebel ;

ee-Hinkley, Yale; Umpire-
on,Bowdoin; Linesman-Wright
ia; Touchdowns - Thomson,
3; Goals from touchdown-
Time of Quarters-15 min-

Studen

utes.
FRESH -CLASS° PICTURES are to
be taken next week as follows :-Fresh
Engineers, at Engineering Bldg, Mon-
day noon at 12:05, Frresh' Lits in front
of U. Hall at 12:05 Tuesday; Fresh,
Laws in front of Law Bldg. at 12:05
Wednesday. Let everybody turn out
and make these class pictures com
plete. LYNDON, PHOTOGRAPHER.
Films developed by the tank method
hereafter only 10 cents per roll. Lyn-
don. e o d
Full Dress, Tuxedo, and Prince Al-
bert Suits for Hire. Whlittington Co.
244 Woodward Ave. Detroit Mich.
e. o. d.

Bef6re buying your Fall and Winter
Suit, Overcoat, Raincoat, Hats, Caps,
and Furnishings. It will pay you to
look over our assortment, Spaulding
Sweaters, Webber's Sweaters, Hole-
proof Hosiery, Interwoven Hosiery.

lusive agency

for GIBSON MANDOLINS

WADHAMS & COMP)

Planes for

121-123 S. Man St.

5.1. and Rout

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