Now is the time for you to
learn how to take pictures
A GENURAL KNOWLEDGE OF PHOTOGRAPHY is the one thing no college man
or woman can afford to be without-Photography is being used in a thousand different
ways nowadays and you never know when it might be to your advantage to know how
to take pictures. Then there is the pleasure and satisfaction. The pictures of college
days will be cherished for many years to come.
Rent a good kodak for only 10c per day-or buy one at from. $3.00 to $100.00'
LADIES WORK A SPECIALTY
Let me Help You Learn How
C. I. KIDD - --Sophomore
15304 1112 S. Univ. Ave
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PLANS FOR BI1G 'W,
E. L. Grant, Captain of First Baseball
Team of University Will Be
TOTAL MEMBERSHIP REACHES 90
Preparations are complete for the
"M" club dinner, which will be held
at the Michigan Union at 6:00 o'clock
tonight. - After the dinner, the old "M"
men will march to the mass meeting
at Hill auditorium with the football
The membership of the club has in-
creased nearly 25 in the past two
weeks. the total number of full paid'
members now being 90. Among the
new members are Walt Bennett, who
captained the Varsity football team I
in 1898, and Victor Pattengill, quarter-
back in 1909.
Emery L. Grant, captain of the first
baseball team the university ever had,
will be present at the dinner. In 1863,
Grant and three of four others be-a
came interested in the "new" game,
and introduced it into the university.
The members of the "M" club in
good standing will be admitted by
their membership cards to seats on
the side lines for the Michigan-Penn-
sylvania football game.
MANY RESPONI) TO UNION'S CALL
Sat., Nov. 7-Big Comedy Sensation in
parts--"Bungling Bunk's Bunco."
War Notes by Pathe Weekly.
House of Famous Plays 'byFamous Players
Thur., Fri., Nov. 5-6-Subjects changed to
Hobart Bosworth in "Burning Daylight" by
Matinee and Nigh lov. 9
Messrs. Kent & O'Connor
Offer a Splendid Scenic Production
of the Fverlasting Success
Mon., Tues., Nov. g-so--Karl Kienlichner in
Sciller's Immortal Drama, "William Tell."
Wed., Nov. i-Mrs. Fiske in "Tess of D'Ur-
bervilles," by Thomas hardy.
With a Notable. Cast
lhes of music. Students
to graduation, or they
bject, such as voice, pi-
y to their other work.
Friday Nov. 6th,
Matinee and NiglM
Miss Jacqueline DeWitt
as "lady Isabel"
All special scenery and lighting effects
A specially selected cast
The Incorporable Four Act
By Rachael Marshall
Oliver Bailey, Author
S A. SINK, Secretary
ANN ARIOO, MICH
Over 2,000 people attended the sec-
ond faculty concert of the season, giv-
en yesterday afternoon in Hill audi-
torium. While the concert did, not,
perhaps, reach the usual standard, Ef
pecially in variesty, this lack was par-
tially conipensated for in the quality
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Lower Floor 200
CLEAN - POWERFUL - TRUE
Acted by a Superb Class of Players
Seats on Sale Wednesday
lst 4 rows 124 seats.........35c
Balance of Balcony........ayr....2gc
Seats on Sale Saturday. Morning at io
ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW
s, socials and
116 4. Main
Places on Committees Applied For By
More Than 80 Men
More than 80 applicants for appoint-
ments on Union committees reported,
at the Michigan Union between 4:00
o'clock and 6:00 o'clock yesterday af-
ternoon, in response to a call sent out
yesterday morning, Applicants were
mostly junior and sophomore lits and
Vice-presidents of the Union, rep-
resenting every department, will have
office hours at the Union for consul'-
tation with any of the men who report-
ed yesterday or with any who failed
to report. Harry G. Gault, '15, will
meet men in the literary department
from 11:00 o'clock to 12:00 o'clock
Monday noon, and between 3:00 and
4:00 o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
The engineers' representative, Ken-
neth S. Baxter, '15E, will meet men of
his department between 1:00 and 2:00
o'clock Monday and Tuesday after-
noons. George J. Curry, '15M, will
meet medics between 5:00 and 6:00
o'clock Tuesday afternoon and from
11;00 to 12:00 o'clock Saturday morn-
Law students are to meet Edward
T7 C.i_ + C . .r A 1 yn nn _f'f -Y
New Exclusive lntimate
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Nov. 5-6-7
BURTON HOLMES' SWEEPING SVCCESS
CHARLES R. MACLOON, Special Representative
M 1ion Pict reS And Dissolving Views
Accompanied by a Special Lecturer and Operator
Gus Reed & Nell Wood
The American Basso and Queen of Pianistes in
"A Little Class-A Little Ragtime"
Mlonologue and Saxophone Eccentricities
Leila Davis & Co.
"As It May Be"
Comedy Sketch Travesty on Woman's Suffrage
The Versatile Novelty Pair
t style, Nor-
5 saves you
Four (4) Matinees each week-Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday; The MAJESTIC changes its bill every Mon-
day and Thursday. Only the first Show at night is reserved, seats held until 7.30. Every Tuesday and Friday is
"Ladies' Souvenir Matinee" at the Majestic. "School Children's Matinee" every Saturday afternoon, children under
12 years of age admitted for Five Cents.
COMING MONDAY, for Three Days, the $1,000 Feature Act, Gus Edwards'
"tKID KABARET CO." with Geo. Jessel and Betty Washington
n the common kind, yet sells at the
$2.25. We are glad to show it to
our exclusive features.
S. State St. (above Cushingp)
a r t . t t4 t**"V* t~ *f
1irI +IIJtLA. L-1.1VL J tjg i-H. Safler, 15L,.at ]1:0dto 12:00 o'clock
Monday, and from 10:00 to 11:00
o'clock Friday. The representative of
the other departments combined is
Frank W. McDonald, '15D. and he will
Editor, The Michigan Daily:- consult with men from any of the com-
The student council is endeavoring bined departments at 5:00 to 6:00
to provide a sane celebration to give o'clock Wednesday afternoon, and
vent to the enthusiasm which natural- from 10:00 o'clock to 11:00 o'clock
ly arises after a football- victory. The Friday morning.
celebration planned will be similar to Laboratories Supplied From Surplus
that of Cap Night, comprising a march If Michigan, unlike many other uni-
to the natural amphitheater opposite versities, had not carried over from
the observatory, speeches by promi- year to year a surplus of chemical sup-
nent alumni, music by the band, etc. plies, it would have been impossible
For this to be successful, it will be to carry on the work in the laborato-
necessary to secure the hearty coop- ries this year. As things now stand,
eration of the entire student body. the laboratories are being supplied
The student council feels that it is from the surplus of last year. Aside
its duty to advise the students that from the fact that shipping rates in
the city authorities have taken extra Europe have been increased to an
precautions to prevent riotous acts. enormous amount, Germany has re-
The students should realize that, after fused to allow the exportation of alco-
disturbances of last year, the city will hol and all materials used in the man-
not show any leniency to offenders. ufacture of explosives, as she demands
We know that there is no student all of the supply for her own use. It
who would knowingly bring disgrace is estimated that, should the European
to his university, and the celebration war continue until next year, the sur-
will provide an outlet for true Michi- plus now being drawn upon would not
gan spirit. last longer than the first semester of
(Signed) the 1915-16 year..
Student Council. -
'LOST-Chemistry I. P. note book.
Prof. Lovell To Address Engineers Finder please call D. Phillips, 997-M.l
Prof. A. I. Lovell of the electrical . 32-33-34
of the performances.
The string quartet deserves especial
praise. The members play with a
high degree of ensemble spirit, pre-
serving a proper balancing of parts,
and, at the. same time, showing their
inidividual attainments. They select-
ed one of Beethoven's earlier quarters
(Op. 18, No. 5), which they executed
with exceptional gusto and fiuency,
meriting the warm applause of the
audience. This is the best quartet the
school of music has exhibited for some
years, and its frequent apjlearances
will be greatly welcomed.
Miss Hunt sang Luzzi's, "Ave Ma-
ria" with true artistic poise, to an
organ accompaniment by Mr. Moore.
Mrs. Rhead's piano contributions were,
as usual, a distinct asset to the pro-
I'LL CALL AND TAKE YOUR rIEAcURE
Rex St. Clair Lit '17
1331 HILL STREET
College Teaches Many Things
Ilut the Best l
&.T "POP a AN C R C F T'S" 722 Monroe
Fresh Medics Will Elect Men Today
Fresh medics will hold elections to-
day from 3:00 o'clock to 4:30 o'clock
Following are the nominees: presi-
dent, T. H. Robertson, D. M. Morrill,
C. C. Hyde; vice-president, Helen
Gage, Lila Stevenson; treasurer, E.
F. Runge, C. A. Bosworth, R. Smith
E. C. Baumgartner; . secretary, D..K.
Bacon, J. R. Darnall, H. D. Dieterle,
N. 0. LaMarche; baseball manager, H.
Hirshland, C. E. Volmager; football
manager, W. C. Griswold, J. Alum, O.
F. Mead; track manager, M. Wilkin-
son, S. H. Shulkin, T. L. Tolan; bas-
ketball manager, M. B. Bowman, A.
G. Erickson, A. B. Norton.
SIOUX CITY AMINi ORGANIZE
Iowa f raduates Hear Harvard Reports
At First Thuranet .
At a banquet held by Michigan
alumni at Sioux City, Iowa, Oct. 31,
a Michigan club was crganized with 22
"a(mtes c-artr :nnt-r . After the
banQuet, the Harvard-Michigan foot-
engineering department will address
a conbined meeting of the Ann Arbor
section and the student's branch of
the American Institute of Electrical
Engineers at 6:00 o'clock tomorrow in
the electrical laboratory. His subject°
will be "The Oscillograph." An inves-
tigation of the characteristics of the
fmachines in the laboratory will also
s at $2.45.1
Eat with your friends at the
For the Students by a Student 605 R. William St.
jall game was reported Wlay by play
on a chart.
Of Ch r c ?os.n for' the enmaing year
E are as follows: president R. M. Dott;
secretary, Kenneth G. Silliman, and'
treasurer, Peter Balkema. ,Mr. Dott
was a f)rmr varsity footbal star who
p aya(I tackle on the last Wolverine
team, which met Harvard before this
Web and Flange Take in New Men
Web and Flange, senior civil engi-
neering society, initiated the follow-
ing men Wednesday night: G. M.
Bleekman, A. H. Weber, C. L. Hoyt, J.
W. Raynsford, A. R. Griffes, C. IV.
Smith, H. C. Smith, J. H. Ferris, W.
Apoint Coinnittee To Decorate Union
J. C. Leonard, '17L, has been ap-
pointed chairman of the following
,ommittee which will have charge of
decorating the Union for the Pennsyl-
vania game: A. L. Kirkpatrick, '18, W.
Casgrain, '18, R. R. Winslow, '18, and
J. E. Tighe, '17L. The committee is
requested to report at the Union this
afternoon at 4:00 o'clock.
Prof. A. G. Tealdi to Give Lectures
Prof. A. G. Tealdi, of the landscape
.design department, will give two lec-
tures next week on, "Real Estate Sub;-
divisions," one on Monday and the
other on Thursday, before the survey-
ing students in civil engineering.
LOST-Male Bull pup, brown and
white, clipped tail. Detroit license
tag No. 8017.. Named "Cad." ,Re-
ward. 510 E. Jefferson. Phone