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October 23, 1914 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1914-10-23

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THE M.

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-Over Foot-wear

Rubber
Sole
and
Heel

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ercentage of men have adopted rubber sole,
1 the year round street wear.
llustrates a fine example of this type of shoe.
:y rubber sole and heel and leather toe splice.
1 tan, our price $5.00.
VER SHOE CO., 115 S. Main Street
AL UNION CONCERTS

250
Lyndon's
RECEIV
At the oh
This is the last lot of these
this pri
LYNDON -
ALL-FRESH CRUSH
High School Team Finds Itself Unal
to Check Fierce Plunges of
Douglas' Squad
GRIPPE KEEPS DUNN FROM GAI
Freshman Coach Douglas sent1
charges against Ann Arbor high schi
team, Yesterday afternoon, in pract
scrimmage. Although the freshn
were minus several stars they t
through their lighter opponents :
five touchdowns before Douglas call
a halt. The high school line cou
not check the fierce plunges of Sm
and HI. Schultz, who tore through
long gains whenever called upon.

MORE
"M9"Books
ED YESTERDAY
Id price $1.00
M' books that we can buy to sell at
ice, so get busy.
719 N. University Avenue

LADIES WORK A SPE@MALTY

C. I. KIDD - - n Sophomore

1530-J'

1112 S. Univ. Ave

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ORPHIEUMiheatre
House af Famous Pans by Famous Players
MON.-TUES., Oct. 19.20-Daniel
Frohinan presents H. B. Warner in
"The Lost Paradise:"
WED. Oct. 21-Kalem presents the
great French-9nglish war story,
Walte,or the Conquest of Qusoo'
THUR.-FRI., Oct. 22.23-- Hobart
Bosworth in'odyssey of the North'
by Jack London.
SAT.Ooat. 24-Return date, Carlysle
Blackwell in "Spitfire."

DO YOV
Eat with your friends at the
CAFETERIA
fror the Students by a Student 605 E. William St.

HAND PRESS

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Phone 1701

Always a Good Show

Phone 1701

WhitneyTheatre
Mon. Night-Tues. Matinee and Night
OCTOBER 2 6-27

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Seat Sales

aE

OCT. 19 - - BLOCK "A"
ations $1.00 - without coupon ticket $4.00
AY, OCT. 21 - BLOCK "B"
ations $0.75-without coupon ticket $3.75

THE
SAN CARLOS
COMPANY

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OCT. 23 - - BLOCK
rvations $0.50-without coupon ticket

'"C,,
$3.50

AT 8 O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING AT THE
NIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC

Dunn was not out:-tonight, the bril-
liant little quarterback being taken
with an attack of grippe. The fresh-
man line was made up wholly of sub-
stitutes before the end of the second
half, Douglas making the most of this
opportunity to try out his big squad of
candidates. The freshmen relied al-
most wholly upon straight football,
failing to make their distance but once
or twice during the whole scrimmage.
ARCADE THEATRE
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER. 21
Magnificent Special Feature, RICHEIEU.
Medieval' Drama. Your Parts.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22
The Banker's Daughter, by Bronson Howard.
s part special. Celebrated Players Company.
Dramna.
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.

GRAND
OPERA
80-PEOPLE-80
WITH A
COMPLETE GRAND
OPERA ORCHESTRA
PRICES NIGHTS.
1st 4 rows 94 seats.. ... ..........$2.00
Neat g rows 266 seats .. .. .....1.50
Last 8 rows 232 seats............1.00
Balcony
1st 4 rows 12o seats............. $1.00
Balance 270 seats.....................75
Gallery......................... .50
PRICES MATINEE
Ist 4 rows 94 seats......... .$1.50
Next g rows 266 seats .............. 1.00
L~ast 8 roUws 232 seats................ .75
. Balcony
Entire Balcony........50
Gallery.................. ......25
SEATS ON SALE FRIDAY

Thursday, Friday, Saturday - October 22-23-24
Elsie Murphy & Eddie Klein c: Ed. Gray
In a novel Singing and Musical Offering The Tall Tale Teller
Miss Julie Rim& Co.
PresentWerbert Hall Winslow's tThe Man She Met"
Adaption .1r the French Farce:'-
HOLDEN & HERRON, Comedy Singing & Talking
SIX Abdallahs six American Tumblers
The Climax of Agility and Rapidity
Two shows every night, 7:30 and 9. Four Matinees every week
*Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, *Saturday. The Majestic offers
an entire new show every Monday and Thursday. Only the first
show at night is reserved, seats held until 7:30. Ladies'
Souvenir Matinee every Tuesday and -Friday.
School Children Matinee every Saturday. All children under twelve years
of age admitted for 5 cents.

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le.
den, Reputation and Low-
>colates.

116 5. MaIt

*GRACE CAMERON a real star at the Male
Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday, Oct. 26-27-28
NOTE---Order your Seats now

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Whitney- Theatre
3 Matinees 3 Might&
Thurs., Fri., Sata---'-Oct. 22-23-24

This scrimmage marked the

last

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Piano

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and other
valuable
premiums

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rough work for the All-Fresh before
their tilt with Alma college on Satur-
day, and from the form displayed by
the first men yesterday, they should
have no great trouble in defeating the
up-state aggregation by a comfortable
margin. Although the comparative
scores made by the two teams against
Ypsilanti would point toward a close
score, the great improvement of Doug-
las' men in the last two weeks indi-
cates that a good sized score is to be
expected.
STUDENT BIBLE CLASSES ARE
PREPARING FOR YEAR'S WORK
(Continued from page 1)
with religious and social service pro-
fessions and Course 2 with compara-
tive religions.
Dr. Norman E. Richa'rdson, profes-
sor of religious psychology and peda-
gogy in Bost6n University, who
speaks at the "Y" Majestic meeting,
Sunday evening, will meet the student
pastors, professors and upperclass-
men who have charge of the discus-
sion sections frosn 1:00 o'clock to 2:00
o'clock, Saturday afternoon, in New-
berry hall.
Registration cards, 'aumitting to
these courses will be distributed Sun-
day night at the "Y" Majestic meet-
ing. The central committee is en-
deavoring to arrange the classes this
year ,in such a way that they will be
able to cooperate with the churches
of Ann Arbor by next y' r.
The central committee, which has
charge of this work is composed of
the following men: Percy H. Crane,
'15, Robert P. Stewart, '16, Thurlow
W. Goeck, '17, C. H. Gernert, '17, and
Waldo Hunt, '16.

PRZSC*T

The Greatest
Ever Made

Photo-Drama
liz A raerIO

HERBERT KELCEY'C
______AND
EFF~IE SHANNO N

Prices Matiinie: - - All Seats 100
Prices Night: Adnults 15 Children 10

tAfter. "Ball"

Certificates given with cash
purchases at my store
Inter your name in the advertising campaign.

Mati~s.2:30

Night 8:15

Freshman
ALSO
CANDIES
Sophomore

College Tackis Many Things
But the Best Is
the Lunches
AT POP BANCRO FT'S4" 722 M

Junior

ALSO
CIGARS
OS.e

Save,

certificates.

Get your

friends to help you.

Some Student or College
Organization will
WIN THE PIANO

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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 $250 values. We are going to close them out this week for $1.10
each, with case.
Optical Prescriptions Filled and Eye Glass Repairing
HALLER JEWELRY CO.
STATE STREET JEWELERS

Pianos to rent at Schaeberle & Sons
Music House. tf.

J. KARL MALCOLM

Instructor to Attend Roads Congress
J. J. Cox, instructor in civil engi-
neering, will represent the university
at the fourth American Roads Con-
gress, which, will be 'held in ,Atlanta,
Georgia, from November 9 to 14. F. F.
Rogers, state highway commissioner
of Michigan, will read a paper on con-
crete roads.

Merchant Tailor and Shirt Maker

604 East Liberty Street

Grace Cameron "Miss -Dolly Dim-
ples" will soon be at the Majestic.

Get your kodak supplies at the uni-
University Ave. Pharmacy. Open day
and night' and Sundays. tf
-At the Majestic Grace Cameron will
sing "Little Dolly Dimples." tf

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University Ave. Pharmacy. The store
Eat satisfies.* tf

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Hear Grace Cameron sing "Cause
I'm Pigeon Toed." tt

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