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Lyndon's "M" Books
REC IV$D YiST1RDAY
At the old price $1.00
This is the last lot of these "M" books that we can buy to sell at
this price, so get busy.
LADIES WORK A SPEMALTY
C. I KIDD - Sophomore
1530-J 1112 S. Univ. Ave
- 719 N. University Avenue
age of men have adopted rubber sole.
ear round street wear.
es a fine example of this type of shoe.
er sole and heel and leather toe splice.
ur price $5.00.
SHOE CO., 115 S. Main Street
1L UNION CONCERTS
ed Seat Sales
- - BLOCK "A"
$1.00 -without coupon ticket $4.00
(, OCT. 21 - BLOCK
>ns $0.75-without coupon ticket;
F. 23 - BLOCK
>ns $0.50-without coupon ticket;
LISTS OF MEMBERS OF CHESS
AND CHECKERS CLUB INCREASE
With the largest membership it has
had for many years, the Chess and
Checkers club expects one of the most'
successful seasons in, its history.
Communications have been address-
ed to each of the large western uni-
versities, inviting them to cooperate
with the University of Michigan in
making this year's western intercolle-
giate chess meet representative of all
the universities in the middle west.
Owing to the fact that the Christmas
vacation' will be shorter than usual
this year, an effort is being made to
postpone the intercollegiate meet un-
til some time in -the spring, prefera-
bly during the spring vacation.
Rules and regulations for the con-
tests for championship of the local
club, both in.chess and checkers, will
be discussed at the next meeting, to
be held Saturday night, at the Michi-
gan Union. All students and faculty
men interested are invited to attend.
Doctor Sanford to Practice in Toledo
Dr. B. 'J. Sanford, formerly of the
homeopathic hospital staff, has gone to
Toledo, Ohio, where he will assume
the practice of Dr. W. A. Humphrey,
who was recently appointed to a posi-
tion in the newly established homeo-
pathic department at Ohio State Uni-
versity at Columbus.
Prof. Brumm Sends Out News Items
ProL.J. + R. Brumm, editor of the
Bureau service, the religious organi-
articles to both eastern and Michigan
papers for publication next Sunday.
The campaign of the Michigan Union
for members, which was brought to a
close a short while ago, was the theme
of one of the articles. The other three.
were on the Municipal Reference
Bureau service. the religious organi-
zations for students in attendance at
the university, and the housing prob-
lem which is being partially settled'
by the erection of the new women's
louse of Famous Plays by Famous Players
MON.-TUES., Oot. 19-20-Daniel
Frohman presents H. B. Warner in
"The Lost Paradise."
WED. Oct. 21--Kalem presents the
great French-Engiish war story,
'Wlfeor the Conquest of Quebe'
THUR.-FRI.Oct. 22.23 - Hobart
Bosworth in 'Odysseyof the North'
by Jack London.
SAT. Oat. 24-Return date, Carlysle
Blackwel in "Spitfire."
5FOR YOUR DEN5
seautiful College Pennants
YALE and HARVARD
Each 9 in. x 24 in,
Each 7 in. x 21 in.
4--PENNANTS, Size 12x30-"4
Any Leading Colleges of
All of our best quality, in their
proper colors, with colored. em-
either assortment, for limited
time, sent postpaid for 50 cents
and five stamps to cover shipping
Write us for prices before placing
orders for felt novelties of all kinde.
The Gem City Novelty Co.
4210 Bittner Street
.. M AJESTI C..
Phone 1701 Always a Good Show Phone 1701
A Week of Feature Acts-Two Best Vaudeville Bills of Season
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday-October 19-20-21
FIVE (5) FLYING DE VALS
World's Premier Comedy and Sensational Aerialists
KOLLETTA, Violinist ;:: EARL AND EDWARDS, Talking and Singing
Uat with your friends at the
1or the Students by a Student 605 E. William St.
' AT 8 O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING AT THE
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
CLYDE AND MARION, TwC Girls, Comedy-Talking
"Fantastic Fancies from Nursery Rhymes."
Six (6) Beautiful Girls
Two shows every night, 7:30 and 9. Four Matinees every week
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday. The Majestic changes
bills every Monday and Thursday. Only. first show at night is
reserved, seats held only until 7:30. Ladies' Souvenir Matinee
Tuesday and Friday.
GRACE CAMERON IS COMING
Cream for parties, socials and
eputation and Low-
116 a. Main
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21
Magnificent Special Feature, RICHZIIHU.
Medieval Drama. Four Parts.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22
The Banker's Daughter; by Bronson Howard,
5 part special. Celebrated Players Company.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23,
The Trey o'Hearts, No. 2.
The Universal Boy., One Part.
Mesquite Pete's Fortune. One Part.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24 .
The Oubliette. Three Parts
Under Arizona Skies. One Part.
Trapped in a Closet. One Part.
SOCCER CANDIDATES RECEIVE
STIFF DRILL FOR YPSI GAME
5 Matinees 3 Night.
Thurs., Fri., Sat.----Oct. 22-23-24
oyable smoke is a
ny men deny them-
ure because they
y experiences with
ve paid 35 cents to
n of "fancy mix-
ned your mouth or
you got the wrong
undreds of thou-
> have tried'
"A tin of Tuxedo is my
constant companion. like
it especially because 1t has
never given me a bit of throat
trouble. The smoothest
Star of "Mary's Lamb,
"The Sprin; Chicken," etc.
"Tuxedo is my idea of
what a good smoke should
be. I'm for it- always."
Alumni Reserve Wire For Big Game
Students who' do not intend to go
to Harvard on October 31, will be giv-
en an-opportunity to receive the plays
of the football game by wire at the
Ecelweiss cafe, Detroit, where the De-
troit alumni have arranged a special
entertainment. Luncheon will be serv-
ed at 12:15 o'clock, immediately after
which the returns will start coming
in. The entire second floor has been
rented, and as the seating capacity is
limited to 500, all who desire to go
are asked to make reservations at
once through James Strasburg, gen-
Gamma Alpha Holds M'eeting-Monday
Gamma Alpha, society of graduate
students interested in scientific re-
search, held its first meeting of the
year Monday night in the mineralogy
class rooms. Light refreshments were
served, and plans for the further pro-
motion of research work and a better
spirit of fellowship among graduate
science students were formulated. Dr.
F. M. Loomis,' instructor in obstetrics,
Doctor Gilbert of the hospital staff,
and Mr. P. Okkelburg, instructor in
zoology, spoke of the work of the
Tobacco for Pipe and Cigarette
ie answer to their
ns. 'Tuxedo is the
made. It cannot
e or dry the throat.
:t any better tobacco
g better grows than
:rfectly aged Burley
Coach McCall sent his band of soc-
cer candidates through another stiff
drill yesterday in preparation for the
battle with Ypsilanti on Friday. Every
man on the squad was well worn out
at the finish.
The program for today's practice
will include, in addition to the regular
outdoor session, a blackboard lecture
at which McCall will illustrate and
diagnose most of the plays common
among soccerites. Intramural Direc-
tor Rowe's office in the athletic asso-
ciation building will be the scene of
the indoor meeting, and the candidates
are all urged to be there, in order to
start the blackboard talk at 7:30
Bulletin Will Not Be Published Now
Until more complete cooperation
with the faculty can be secured, the
University Bulletin will not be pub-
lished. After a conference with Pres.
Harry B. Hutchins, Prof. J. R. Brumm,
head of the publication, announced
that he would write other universities
in order to ascertain how, and by
what methods, they issue their re-
spective bulletins. It will be more
than two weeks before any definite
action can be taken on the result of
these letters, from which it is hoped
to secure a plan whereby a full fac-
ulty cooperation in the handing in of
copy for the bulletin may be secured.
E v er Made
Prices Matinee - - All Seats 104
prices.NightAdults 15 Children 10c
Tuxedo for a month
>ther smokes, you will
had the best month of
have ever had in your
ill have made a mighty
n your pocket money!l
Famous green tin,
with gold lettering,
S curved to fit pocket C
imidors, 50c and 90c
ed us 2 cents in stamps for post-
e and we will mail you a souvenir
of TUXEDO tobacco to any
AN TOBACCO COMPANY
1 Fifth Avenue New York
I CLIFTON CRAWFORD
of '"uaker Girl" fame
"Tuxedo is _my co-star.
I attribute a good deal of
my success to it, because it
makes my nerves behave.
And as for: voice culture I
Freshman College TJaches Many Things junior
ALSO But the Best Is ALSO
CANDIES the Lunches CIGARS
Sophomore AT 'POP BANCROFT'S" 722 Monroe s enie r
On account of the lateness of the season we have been able to purchase a
quantity of large Shell Spectacles fitted with Amber Glasses,
regular $2.50 values. We are going to close them out this week for s1.4
each, with ease.
Optical Prescriptions Filled and Eye Glass Repairing
HALL ER JEWELRY CO.
STATE STREET JEWELERS
First Gargoyle Reports Large Sale
Sales for the first issue of the Gar-
goyle have set a new record, only 25 or
30 of the 1,000 copies printed being
left. The largest sales were made on
the trains to Lansing, one man sell-
ing 119 on the Michigan Central, while
the sales on the Ann Arbor and D. U'
R. were not far behind.
Soph Lit Student Taken to Hospital
E. J. Roxbury, '17, was taken to the
university hospital last Saturday suf-
fering from an infected leg. His con-
dition was reported as improved on
Drawing instruments and enginee
supplies at Wahr's Book Stare. eodl
store GraceCameron is coming. Watch for
tf1the date at the Majestic.
Cause Pianos to rent at Schaeberle & Sons
tf :Music House. tf.
Prof. W. C. Hoad to Leave for Lansing
Prof. W..-C. Hoad, of the engineering
department, will go to Lansing today
to attend a banquet of the Commercial
club. He and Mr. Rich, State Sanitary
Engineer, will recommend the adop-
tion of a report of a local committee
looking toward a comprehensive
scheme for taking care of the garbage
refuse of the entire city of Lansing.
Will Lecture on America and Hawaii
Mr. John P. Clum will give a trav-
elogue on "Picturesque America and
Hawaii," in University Hall either No-
vember 2 or 5., under the auspices of
the Oratorical association. Similar
lectures are to be given at Purdue and
other institutions for the purpose ' of
advertising the Panama-Pacific Expo-
sition. The lecture will be free, al-
though seats will be reserved for asso-
Inspects University Health Service
Pres. E. E. Sparks, of Pennsylvania
State university, has been in Ann Ar-
bor for the past few days inspecting
the university health service, as a
similar organization is to be estab-
lished at Pennsylvania State.
Zimmerscheid Talks On Metallurgy
Mr. K. W. Zimmerscheid, '03E, pro-
fessor of metallurgy in this university
'from 1905 to 1910, and since then
connected with the General Motors
Co., of Detroit, spoke last night be-
fore the Chemical branch of the Uni-
versity of Michigan Engineering so-
ciety on "Metallurgy and Some of Its
Relations to Automobile Mechanics."
He described the processes of select-
ing, hardening, testing and finishing
materials as their respective parts
evolve upon the metallurgist. Defects
in the product, chargeable, to the met-
allurgist, and the methods of prevent-
Waterman Fountain Pens of all
kinds. University Avenue Pharmacy.
Join the classes at Granger's if you
care to dance correctly. Class every
Wednesday night at 7:30. Private les-
sons by appointment. For particulars
call at 312 Maynard St. next to Majes-
-tic or phone 246.
Dance every Wednesday and Satur-
day night from 9 to 12. 50c per couple,
FALL SUITS AND OVERCOATS
Now Ready, Including
e Majestic Grace Cameron
ing their occurrence, were dwelt upon.
The speaker also urged the formation
of a local society of automobile eng-