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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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.LEGE MEN HAVE THEIR
N IDEAS ABOUT STYLE

250_MORE
Lyndon s 16*" oh
R'VCEIVE U YESTERDAY
At the old price $1.00
This is the last lot of these "i4" books that we can buy to sell at
this price,~ so get busy.

Phone 1701 Phone 1701
I AJ ESTI C
THE HOME OF GOOD SHOWS

F you're a College Man and hold a
reputation among your friends for
wearing decisive and distinctive cloth es,
you cannot overlook our Fall and Winter
fabrics. They're full of character. Have
a suit tailored-to-measure vInch will add
our appearance and embody your individual ideas.
gusarantee tasteful yet distinctive style.

LYNDON

- 719 N. University Avenue

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ALCOLM BLOC

MALCOLM
004 EAST LIBERTY

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For Twelve Years

The Sign oif Satisfaction

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Always the New Styles First

E. LIBERTY ST.

TENNIS AND GYMNASIUM SHOES

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WED?. EVE. OCT. 28

Lots of Other Good
Numbe- to Follow
N u b rsp hia and C incinnati O rchestra w ith nearly
ed plaiyers each: Busoni, the Italian Pianist;
iant tenor of the Boston Opera; May Festival
oncerts; Chicago Orchestra; Choral Union;
's Chorus and eminent soloists.

-Prof. H. i. Rggs, o. the civil engi-
neering department, has been notified
by the officials of' the Santa Fe rail-
road that a large consignment of pho-
tographas has been sent to the uni-
versity with the compliments of the
road.
-Prof. F. N. Scott wil speak before
the Michigan State Teachers', assoia-
tion in Kalamazoo Friday. He will
give his Jecture before the English
section on the subject of the desira-
bility of permanent English confer-
ences at the regular association gath-
erings..
--Dr. Richard L Iolt, 104-0'619 who i
located as an acting physician at the
Tying~ Hua college, Pein, China, was
in Ann Arbor yesterday. Dr. Bolt
came over from China in May to get
his famcily, and they will sail Novem-
ber 21 for Peking.
_-Robert P1. Dane, of the rhetoric de-
partment, has announced the birth of
a (aughter, Elizabeth 1., who was born
Sunday morning.
-Prof. IS. F. ingerich, wo gave the
extension lecture for credit at Sagi-
naw on Saturday, reports an enroll-
ment of 19 in the course. The next
lecture of the course will be given
November 7 by Professor Gingerich.
-At a meeting of the board of dOe-
tors of the athletic association yester-
day, M. M. Beaver, '16, was appointed
assistant track manager, to fill the va-
cancy caused by the absence from the
university of J. M. McKinney, 16.
-IV. T. Wedon, 181, who wrote the
words for the song "Win For Michi-
gan," has sent a copy of the Boson
Post; to the Union, which has been
placed on the bulletin board. The pa-
-per contains a large picture of the
Michigan team, and a number of arti-
cles regarding the game,
-All studets, who have eer attend-
ed any Boys' Conference during the
last year, will meet at Newberry hall
at 7:30 o'clock tonight. J. A. Van Dis,
State Boys' secretary of the Y. M. C. A.,
will speak. Plans will be laid for the
1914 State Boys' Conference to be held
in Ann Arbor November 27, 28 and 29.
-Freshman bible classes met for the
first time this year at a banquet, held
in Newberry hal last night. A sim-
ilar meeting for upper-classmen will
be held at Newberry hall at 5:30
o'clock tonight, and all interested are
urged to attend.
-D)rulds, senior lit honorary society,
.will initiate nine men at 5:30 o'clock
tomorrow on the campus.
--Canadian club will old a smoker at
7:30 o'clock tonight at the Michigan1
Union. Talksgwill be given by faculty
members and by several students.
--Wilson-Ferris club held sa "Prosper-
ity Smoker" at the Michigan Union
last evening.
--There will be a meeting of the Bot-
any Journal club at 8:00 o'clock to-
night in room 106, south wing Pa-
pers evil be read by Prof. J B. Pollock,
of the botany department, and by Mr.
f. B. Mains, of the botany department.
-Dr. L. H. Pennington, formerly of the
botany department in the university,
has recently been appointed to take
(harge of the botany department in
New York State College of Forestry,
at Syracuse, N. Y.
---Walter 1 I Mceze, '115L, the stu-
dent who suffered a fractured skull
when he fell from an interurban car

at Ypsilanti Friday night, was re-
ported improved yesterday, and physi-
cians attending him believe that he
has a good chance for recovery.
-Comitteemen for the Saturday
night membership dance at the Mich-
igan Union are Francis T. Mack, '16E,
Theodore S. Sargent, '17, and John W.
Langs, '17. Tickets will be placed on
sale Thursday afternoon at 5 :00 o'clock
at the Union desk.
-Rteservutions oni the Union Pullman
to Harvard should be made at the Un-
ion desk today,if possible. No reser-
vations will be made after 5:00 o'clock
WeVdnesday afternoon.
--dichitrd H. O'Hara, med., was sent
to the university hospital by the health
service Sunday, suffering from an at-
tack of appendicitis. Physicians at-
tending him said yesterday that he
would probably have to be operated
aeon.

ORPHiEUMI heat~re
House of Famous Plays by Famous Players
Mon. - Tues., Oct. 26-27-Daniel
Froliman presents H-Ienriet ta Cros.
inan in'T he Unwelcome MrsHatch'
by Mrs. Burton Harrison.
Wed. Oct. 28-S. Lubin presents
Geo. Spdincer in t i he Wolf' by Eu-
gene Walters.
Thurs.-Fri.. 'Oct. 29, 30 -_ Jesse L.
Lasky presents Fdward Abeles in
'the Making of Bobby Burnilt' by
Winched1 Smith.
Sat. Oct. 3I-Mixed progi-am. 'Col.
Hieezaliar in the Wilderness' (Bray
Cartoon Comedy) 'Patho' s Weekly'
BROADWAY AND JOHN R.
DETROIT
-where the U. of M. spirit
is manifest and "~M" men are
taken care of. (TGo to The
Ed;eiwAeiss for your luncheon
when in Detroit, ;lac. Al o for
you r Dinner o r after the-
theatre Supper. And we make
a specialty of IT. of Ml. Bali-
duets. Dancing from 6 to 8:30
and ro to I2:30. Delightful
music -- orchestral and voice.
Cuisine unuexcelled, and )er-
vice the best. A royal wel-
conme awaits "'N" men at any
hour of the day or niight at
JACOB MACK, Manager

Look to your hat for it.

A Banner Week of Banner Shows-Take a"tTip"
and order your Seats NOW
She is ere ekt L ekst!I
Monday, Tuesday, 1Wednesd -- Oct. 26.27-28
First and only appearance at popula~r prices of the famous Conie
Gracea Cmeron
eSpecially engaged for a tour of the "Butterfield Circuit" at a record-breaking salary.
"'Miss Cameron" will select her pirogramn from the following songs which sliebas wale
sticcessful:--"Mlle. Pifi"-; "Bet I'd be a Riot"; "lay this Time I got used to it"; "'Caune
I'm Pigeon-Toed"; "Lillian da Russ"; "It's all the Saine to Me"; "I'm a loving Woman
booking fora Loving Man"; "Fleaven will Protect the Working Girl"; "My Antonio";'
"Little Dolly Dimples" and the Biggest Hit 01, all her songs, **Help. I'm
Falling In Love."
FrOVR (4) OTHER STAR ACTSJ
"Surely"' you'll get yourimoney's 'worth at the Majestic this week.

Personality

Four Matinees every week ---Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Sat-
urday. The Majestic offers entire new showe every Monday and
Thursday. Only the first show at night is reserved, seats hel1d
until 7:30. Ladies' Souvenir Matinee every Tuesday and Friday
School Chljdren Matinee every Saturday. All children under twelve years
of age admitted for 5 cents.
Watch for the Day and Date of the Majestic Big Country
Store Night--$100 in prizes given away.
BIG CHORUS GIRLS CONTEST-.FRIDAY NIGHT

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Not every hatter can com-
bine in your ha~t the elements
needed to make you different
from the crowd, and at the
same time keep it within the
bounds of refinement.
We've b ee n hatters for a
long time, and our popularity
with ambitious dressers matkes
us think we know what they
want.

WhmneTheatre'
Mon, bight--Tues. Matinee and Night
OCTOBER 26-2 7
The San Carlos Company
Grand Opera
830-PEOPLE--8O
WITH A
Complete Grand Opera Orchestra

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FACTORY HAT STORE, 118 E. Huron St..

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W,' W. MANN, Propriet r

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Friday night

Oct. 30

val Course 'Tickets with
tattached, now on sale $3,

$3.00 Festival
$3.50, $3.75, $4

W SKI CONCERT TICKETSI
SSale Tuesday, $1.09, $1.25, $1.50

PRICES NIGHTS
Ist 4 rows 94 sets ....................$2.00
Next 9 rowes 260 seats........ ...... 1.50
Last 8 rocss 232 seats .............. 1.00
Balcony
'fit 4 rows 120 seats ..........$1.00
Balance 270 seats...... . . . ....... . ..7
Gallery ....... ...............50
PRICES MATINEE
Ist 4 rows 94 seats ..........$1.50
Next 9 rows 266 seats. ...... ........ 1.00
Last 8 rows 232 seats............... .75
Balcony.5
Entire Balcony ............. 5
Gallery .......... ................ .25
Seats on Sale Friday-484--Phone--480
Union Vice-Presidents :Feet Today
Departmental vice-presidents of the
Michigan Union will. meet today for
the discussion of routine business.
Each mlan will secure lists for the
president of the men in his department
who are interested in the Uuion and
ceho desire to work on committees.
Foresters to Hold Annual Camp ''ire
Foresters to the number of 100, will
leave the economics building at 6:00
o'clock tonight for Cascade Glen,
where the annual camp fire will be
held. A steak supper will be cooked
over a bonfire, after which a program
will be given, with Prof. Filibert Roth
the principal speaker.
D~octors Attend Tuberculosis Mfeeting
Dean Victor C. Vaughan, of the med-
ical departinent, and Dr. A.S. -Warthin,
are in Muskegon attending the conven-
tion of the Association for the Preven-
tion and Relief of Tuberculosis. D)r.
4Varthin is (-ilairmnah of the executive
committee, of which Dr. Vaughan is a
member.

Chas. Fhroman-Presents,
MAYDE ADAMS:,
In J. 11. Barrnes Comedy
The Legend of Leonora.

THE. bosoms always
remain flat and
creaseless. They can-.
not. bulge or break
Cluet t.Peabody &Co., Inc., Makers, Troy, N.Y.

Ilst. 17 rows,
Last 4 rows,

479 Seats S2.o
1 13 Sats $1 .50

PRICES.
MAIN FLOOR.

BALCONYU

1 St.
Next
East

4 rows,
4 rows,
4 rows,

120 Seats $1.50'
1-16 Seats $1.06
154 Seats 75c.

GALLE RY 50c.
S eats On -S ale'
W' ED. Morning.

ESTABLISHED 1818
BROADWAY Cof TWENTY-SECOND SV

IFree Trip to Ha'va'dI

There are still a few places left in the contest.
Ten Votes with each Fifty Cent' Purchase
High Man goes to Harvard at our expense.
Each contestant gets Jersey Sweater FREE;

For information
HARRY VULLE

seet
3 34 S. Ste

Our representative, will be at the
Hotel Ponchiartrain
TO-DAY AND TO-MIARROW
with fall aid winter styles in Suits and Overcoats
Sporting and Motor Garments
English Haberdashery
Hats, Shoes

F

ud'vits!p

TRY THE

Supl
efore going elsewhere
FINE STATIONERY
GINEERIING SUPPLIES

Store

Morse's and
GlIbert's Candy
11i1 S. University Ave

Cigars
Tobaccos

opposite Eng. Arch.

L. C.

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