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HAND PRE

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Lyndon's&M"Booki
RFC1VIVZD YIEBTJRDAY
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 SPE@IALTY

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LYNDON

719 N. University Avenue

t C. 1. KIDD - --Sophomc
16304J 1112 S. Univ. Ave

ations

IREICTORY PROJ ES f PHUMZL!atr

%a ith blaek cloth top, Plain or Tip Toe,
Mlediumn weight for street or dregs, aa toe
CO., 115 S. Main Street

Freshman
ALSO
CAN DIES
Sophomore

College Tcackcs Many Things
But the Best Is
the Lunches
AT "6POP SAN CR O F T'S"5 722 Mono

Music

Sound in Greenbacks, Michiganl ' ost
Comimonplace Publication
Reveals Possibilities.
DOES SERVICE AS A GAZETEER
At first glance, the Students' Direct-
ory, though bound in greenbacks, ap-
pears to be the most commonplace of
Michigan's student publications. But
on closer inspection it reveals itself
a rare piece of literary endeavor. The
directory is found to be a composi-
tion of many different varieties of lit-
erature. It is a gazeteer, a Latin
grammar, a novel, a history and an,
employment bureau list,-- all in one.
Already there is some one w ho'
doubts the authenticity of this state-

Wed. Oct. 28-8. Lubin presents
Geo. Spdneer in Il he Wolf' by Fn-
genae Walters.
Thurs.-Fri., Oct. 29, 30- Jesse L.
Lasky presents Fdward .Abeles in
'The Making of Bobby Burnit' by
Winchell Smith.
Sat. Oct. 31-Mixed program. 'Col.
Ileezaliar in the Wilderness' (Bray
Cartoon Comedy) ' Pathe's Weekly'
WHITNEY TH-EATRE,
Friday night Oct. 30

To Make Your Party

"tThe Hit of the s'eason'

It will be necessary to decorate appropriately-
We have the latest in

Chas. F'roh mani-Presents,

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ches of music. Students
Sto graduation, or they
ubject, such as voice, pi-
pry to their other work.
er information,
address
iA. SINK, Secretary
ynard Street
4ANN ARBOR, MICH

MAUDE ADAMS.
In J. 11. Barrnes Comedy
The. Legend of Leonora.

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went, but let him peruse the book and
judge for hinself. Wheni his eye
alights upon the cities of Cleveland,
Oberlin, B~aribeau, and Litchfield, he is
assured it is a gazeteer. How about
the Latin grammar? He turns to the
-list of officers of the Chinese students'
club, and reads: Maw, Len, Chan,
Lieu, Wang. What could sound more
like the declension of a classic latin
noun?
But after the directory ha~s been es-
tablishbed in the dignified class of lit-
er4 q - Qwhichj the gazeteer and the
granimar be-1pug, it should not be in-
sulted with the plebifin title of em-
ployment list. However, the follow-
ing trades are represented, Carpenter,
Cook~, Collier, Schumacher, and the
gentle art of Spinning,
Among the world's greatest histories
the Directory should stan out pre-
eminently, for it contains the names
of John Quncy .Adams, Ujlysses S.
Grant, and Lin(!oln.
It may be hard to establish th~e fact
that the dlirectory is such a light piece
of fiction as a novel, but by combining
two of the names inl the book you
have Cobb-Web, and thuns the point is
proved, Again it is found going deep-
er into the novel that the hero, whose
n a me is Balgooyen IBonjukogl on,
drinks everything from B~enzin to
Boose with a Mine. Also it is found
that there are two Grylls in which he
procures a Ham. Later it is found"
that he procures a Jewell in the na-
ture of, a Diamond, for the nominal
price of a Schilling.. Later it is found
that the heroine uses Rouse, which
makes the hero Grieve and Duy.

1 St. 17T rows,
Last 4 rows, +

PRICES.
MAIN, FLOOR.'

BALCOONY.

Next
Last

4 rows,
4 rows,
4 rows,

479 Seats
1 18 Seats

1ao Seats $1.50
ti 1@Seats $1 Q
154 S.et* 709

:$2.00
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GAI ,tRY 509,
Seats On Sale
WE!). Morning.

Festoons, Napkins, Seals, Crepe Papers,
Lunch Sets, Tally and Place Cards
Gummed Silhouettes, S t e e l Engraved
Post Cards, Dance Programmes,
invitations
COMPLETE LINE FOR ALL OCCASIONS
The MnAYER-SCHAIRER Co.

Stationers,

112, S. Main Street

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Phone 1101

AJES

THNE HOME Or GOOD SHOWS
Stop, Look, and Take' Notice ! Thur-Fri-Sat.,

GIRL6S

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GIRLS-

Boyle Woolfolk, Inc. presents Jobn P. Reel in the New Muisical Review, 'THE DREA

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Last the Study
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invented. Within our knowl
general sale. Certainly none h
reo untr i efmded with so many practical convenV

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(First Floor-Furniture)

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FINZEL ORCHIESTRA PLANS TO
GIVE FORTNIGHTLY %DANTCE
Fortnightly dances by the Finzel or-
chestra of Detroit, which played at
some of the Junior Hops, are booked
for the year, beginning with an infor-
mal Hallowe'en party at° Granger's.
academy tonight.
The admission is one dollar, and the
program will continue from 9:00 to
1:00 o'clock. The second dance is. plan-
ned for the night before the Cornell
game. The chaperones for. tonight's.
dance are: Dr. J. F. Scott and Mrs..
Scott, and Mr. and Mrs. Prentice P.
Douglass.
Bureau Has Employment for Student,
Employment for a student desiring
to work for his room is now open at,
the Michigan Union employment bu-
reau. There are also jobs at soliciting
and at selling a recently published
book on the European war.
Cornell Baseball Team Wants Revenge
According to Dr. G. A. May, the Cor-
nell baseball aggregation is bent on
revenge this spring for the defeats ad-
ministered last year. Dr. May spent
part of the summer with Al Sharpe,
the Cornell coach, and Sharpe, accord-
ing to Dr. May, seemed greatly put out
over the result of last season's clash,
and especially the result of the last
game.

. PROLOGUE
Bill )Mullaney, Stage Tanager, "The
Dream Girl" Co. larence Backhous
Fred Scott, Juvenile, "The Dream
Girl" Co............... Eric Carle
Vivian Lorrimer, prima donna, "They
Dfream Girl" Co........ Grace Manlove
Billy Richardson, another Chorus Girl
.~Billy Hooper
Clarence Harvey, Chorus man...
.~Charles Atwood
Frank, carpenter, Opera House, Ester-
ville, Iowa................ Ned Wall
Samn, property man, Opera House..
..........JOHN P. REED
"THE DREAM GIRL"
The. Pasha ................ Bill Mullaney
The juvenile................. Fred Scott
The Soubrette........... Vivian Gladstone
The Dream Girl......Lillian Lorrimer
The Guard ...............Ned-Wal
The Head Waiter .......... Chas. Atwood
As "The Dream Girl" has a prologue and an

Watch-for the .Day and Date
$1004in Prizes Given Away

of theMajestic Big Cou
Big Cbhorus Girls' Cm

The "Supe'.............SAM
Scene i--T'he Pasha's lOhn:ain at Edge of 1-
S a a m D c r .EP I L O G U E
.S;cene --Roof Garden de Line.
Scene 3 -Stage at the Opera Hfouseafter 3-Iem(r'promne
Show Girls - Ruth Berry, -Marget Finke, 4MrcIalIen PhlisAdene 3
Hays, Lorraine Whitney, Alarcelle Man- Q-
ino. 7
Ponies~ -Billie Hooper, Laura Floyd, Marie
Best, Marie Anthony, Gloria Dare. Eileen 8-
Moore, Pearl Lilley.
9-
MUSICAL NUMBERS I
Under Direction of FelNxG. Rie
PROLOGUE
r-Rehearsal, "Dream Girl"........Chorus
2-Specialty............. iian Gladstone
I--Rehearsal March Song..........ChoUms
4--Sonograpth, ":Call of the Dance"..
.. . . .. . . . . .Lillian Lorrimer
epologue everybody should be in their seats at

EILECTION KET URi NS
Complete Election Returns will be read from the "Mlajestic Stage" Tu',esdlay night, Aovrn_',er 3rdi.
at ;:oo o'clock at which time the "returns" w4 ill commnence to be readl.

Foxer IMatinees every weeck-Tuesday, Wsd4nesday, Friday, and Saturday. The Majestic offer:
Thursday. Only the first :show at night is reserved, seats held until 7:3u. Ladies' Souv'ir Matinee
Children Matinee every Saturday. All children undler twelve years of ag- ai-uiitted for ; cnts.

Thy Theatre-. will J~e op

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Our new ' ackinaws in the late
shades, vogue browns and blues, at
Ecost plus 75 cents profit are proving,
popular. 'This price lasts till Saturday
night only. Harry Muiller, 434 S. State;
St.
"Get lI" out of tme cold election
night at the Alajestic sand hear the com-
plete returns. 28-31
WANTED-By young lady student
Fpleasant room or suite in private
family. North of Campus preferred.
Address A, care Michigan Daily.. tf.

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Cel.j

Friday, Oct. '6 7
'Trey 0' Hearts, Drainatiati mt
Joseph Vance's novel.
Show for the Chauffeur. Comedy. F'art,
the Sun's Rays. Drama, One Paw'9
Saturday, Oct. 31 "
Lure of the Geisha, Drma n Two'r.Prt~-a"

Flowers
Choice Cnzt Flowers .,.
Fine lot of Palms and
Ferns for Decorating
Cor. 12th St. and S. Univ. Ave.
P~Iosk a115
Our new Mackinaws in the late
Shades, vogue browns and blues, at
cost plus 75 cents profit are proving
popular..This price lasts till Saturday
night only. Harry Muller, 334 S. State
St.
Get your kodak supplies at the uni-
University Ave. Pharmacy. Open day
and night and Sundays. t~f

Barba ri
8
Harold. B
PRICES 25-3
SEATS ON S

Worth

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WHiTN EY THEATRE
M, on. Night Nov. 2
of

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Ch) The Third Party. Comedy. One Part.
Phone $82"J Moonlight. Drama. Little Meg and X. Drama.k
ection night Big chorus girls contest at the Nia-
ion Returns. jesfic Friday night. 26.7.8
be on hand.__________
28-31
Pianos to rent. Good dependable in-
-struments at lowest rates. Schaeberle
at the ',Ka- & Son's Music House, 110, So. Main

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The Election returns Tuest
commence to be read at 7 :00
at the :Majestic. "Come EarlyLae
See our Student Lamps a
Sriitzers, 310 State St.

DO TOVW"
Uat with your friends at the
CAFETERIA
For the Students by a Student 605 F William St"

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