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Now is.the time for you to
learn how to take pictures
A GUNICRAL 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
Let me Help You Learn How LYNDON,

HAND PRESSING

LADIES WORK A SPECIALTY

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MUSICAL CLUBS WILL RENDER
FIRST CONCERT NOVEMBER 17
Midnight Sons' Quartet, Ragtime Trio
and String Strummers To Be
On Program
Tickets are now on sale for the first
campus concert of the Glee and Man-
dolin clubs to be rendered in Hill audi-
torium at 8:00 o'clock, Thursday even-
ing November 17. The price is 25
cents and admits to any row in the
house.
Both clubs have been rehearsing for
the past three weeks 'in preparation
for their initial appearance. Feature
stunts have been planned on the order
of last year's clubs, but for the most
part the organization is new.
One of the unique numbers of the
Mandolin club will be a quartet of
plectrum instruments ranging in size
from a baby Gibson mandolin to a
recently acquired Gibson mando-base,
which is of enormous proportions.
The Ragtime Trio, String Strum-
mers, and the Midnight Sons' Quartet
will appear as tefore, with perhaps
some new men in the places of-those
who composed these popular numbers
on the club in 1913-1914. Overtime and'
extra rehearsals are to be held next
week to finish off the program in pro-
fessional style.
The home clubs this year are larger'
than ever before and the quality is
reported equally as good as the quan-
tity, which portends a concert of un-
usual merit.
SENIOR LAWS DEFEAT SENIOR
ENGINEERS BY KICKED GOAL
By kicking goal from the 30 yard
line the senior laws managed to break
their tie with the senior engineers for
first place in the senior division of the
interclass football series. A. touch-
down and a safety gave the combined

ORPHEUM THEATRE
House. of Famous Plays by Famous Players
Thur., Fri., Nov. 3-6-Subjects changed to
Hobart Bosworth in "Burning Daylight" by
Jack London.
Sat., Nov. 7-Big Comedy Sensation in 3
parts-"Bungling :.unk's Bunco."'
War Notes by Pathe Weekly.
Mon., Tues., Nov. 9-io-Karl Kienlichner in
Schiller's Immortal Drama. "William Tell."
Wed., Nov. x-Mrs. Fiske in "Tess of D'Ur-
bervilles." by Thomas Hardy.'
soph and fresh medics a decision over
the soph engineers /and decided the
possession of second place *in the
sophomore division. of play.
Ask Prospective Teachers to Register
All prospective teachers who wish
the services of the appointment com-
mittee are required to register in Uni-
versity Hal tomorrow at 4:00 o'clock.
It is important that all students desir-
ing the> services of the appointment
committee at any time during the year
should be present at this meeting. A
dharge will be made for all those who
do not register at this time.
Alumnus at Princeton Writes Book
Edward S. Corwin, '00, is the author
of a book, recently published, entitled
"The Doctrine of Judicial Review." It.
is written in the form of essays, the
first of which is on the legal and his-
torical basis of judicial review, as - a
whole. Mr. Corwin is connected with
the department of history and politics
at Princeton University.
Rickey, Former Tutor, Witnesses Game
Branch Rickey, former Varsity base-
ball coach and at present manager of
the St. Louis Americans, was an in-
Those who saw the ex-Wolverine
Coach during the progress of the con-
flict noticed. the appreciation he
manifested in the decisive trouncing
handed the Quakers..

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Best Seats $1

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Week Beginning
Monday, November 9
Nights, 25c. to $1.00

D ET ROI-T
First Time Here at Popular Prices
"WITHIN THE LAW"
By BAYARD VEILLER
With CLARA JOEL as "Mary Thrner"
CLEVER PLOT STARRING CLIMAXE S
BRILLIANT DIALOGUE SPLENDID COMPANY
Every Sunday Afternoon at 3 O'clock
N ED D E R M E YE R
And His Band of 50
The First of a Series of Popular Concerts
PRICES: 15, 2 .and 50c.
Week Nov. 16th SOMETHING NEW
Humorous Incidents and Situations
The Funniest Woman in the World
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BRILLIANT WORK OF VARSITY
PILES UP RECORD SCORE
AGAINST PENNSY
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yards for a score, after taking the ball
away from two Quakers on the run.
On the next march Maulbetsch made
a sensational plunge of twenty-five
yards, only to fumble after turning a
sommersalt when tackled from be-
hind, just after wriggling out of an-
other tackler's hands. Michigan fought
right back, however, and Hughitt toss-
ed a forward pass which bounded
from Benton to Staatz, and placed the
ball on the ten yard line. Penn stif-
fened, but Maulbetsch went over in
just three plunges. Hughitt missed
his only goal.
Benton recovered a fumbled punt by
Merrill on the Quaker fifteen yard line,
and Michigan had another scoring;
chance, but Splawn missed a drop
kick just before the half ended. In
the second half Catlett made a touch-
down which was disallowed because
he ran out of bounds, but the Wolver-'
ines soon made a legal one. Catlett
and Maulbetsch carried the ball to the
two yard line, and Hughi-tt scored sev-
en more points.
Splawn missed another drop kick,
but Maulbetsch made a touchdown in
this period. A forward pass from
Hughitt to Catlett netted 20 yards, and
a 22 yard plunge by Maulbetsch was
the other big factor.
In the last' quarter penalties and
punts made the play a see-saw affair
until the final desperate rush of Penn
with her forward passes from Avery,
which carried the ball to the Michigan
25' yard line when time was called..
The lineup and summary follows:
Michigan (34) Pennsylvania (3)
Benton........ . LE ......Hopkins
Heimann.. ........ ......Henning
Met-ale.......... LG ...... Norwald

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play.

appropriate designs in side brackets
and chandeliers in our show room.

Lighting Fixtures
H AVE you ever thought how you
might improve the interior of
your house by putting in some new
lighting fixtures of modern design ?

easy to choose from our dis-
You will find some unusually

Eastern Michigan Edison Company
Corner E. William and S. Main Streets

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INAL AND EXCLUSIVE
TO BE HAD ELSEWHERE

$252 tojl35-

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Splawn, Bushnell for Catlett.
Substitutions for Pennsylvania-
Witherow for N\orwald, Wray for
Mathews, Moffitt for Vreeland, Koons
for Seebach, Norwald for Witherow,
Russell for Henning, Avery for Tuck-1
er, Mathews for Moffitt, Townsend for
Harris, Moffit for Mathews.
Officials-Referee, Walter Ecker-
sal, Chicago; Umpire, David Fultz,
Brown; Field Judge, J. C. Holderness,
Lehigh; Head Linesman, Walter P.'
Okeson, Lehigh.

JORDAN GARMENT HAS A CLEVER,
TIVE EXPRESSION - . - - IN JORDAN
4TS YOU GET CONFINED PATTERNS
AND CUSTOM WORKMANSHIP

Time of quarters-15 minutes.
tendance- 25,000.

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Raynsford (y).... C.
Wa8tspn....,: ,,,, RG
Cochran,,..,,,,T
Staatz..........RE
Hughitt......... QB
Maulbetsch.......LH
Splawn... ..... FB
Bastian ......... RH

Journeay (C)
...Dorizas
,.. Harris
,,,trquhart
.Morrill
.Vreeland
.......Tucker
. MathewsI

JORDAN-TAILOR.
LAFAYETTE BOULEVARD, CORNER WAYNE STREET'

Ferrucio Busoni, the distinguished
Italian piajaist, who was to have given
a concert in I-ill auditorium this
month, will not be heard here until
January 14. The change of date was
necessitated on account of his inabil-
ity to sail from Naples, according to
his schedule.
A 10 x 20 picture showing the crowd
and kickoff-Lyndon. tf

Temple Theatre
Mon., Nov. 9-Sheep's Clothing.
Tues., Nov. 10-Hearst Selig News.
Wed., Nov. 11--MAN'S ENEMY.
Thurs., Nov. 12--Perils of Pauline (11
story).
Fri., Nov. 13 -- When the West was
Young.
Sat., Nov. 14--A Gentleman of Leisure.
Coming next week--Kathlyn Williams
in In Tune with the Wild.
My pictures of the Football men are
the best-and only 10c.-Lyndon. tf
Graham's Barber Shop, 121 W. Hur-
on St., opposite D. U. R. Only barber
shop in Ann Arbor under student man-
agement. Your patronage will be ap-
preciated. Glenn Graham, '17 Dent.
eod Wed.
My picture of the Block "M" is the
best I ever made and that's saying
something-Lyndon.
University Ave. Pharmacy. The store
that satisfies. [f
BA LMA CAANS, MA CKIN AWS
and Nobby Clothing of
AI)LER'S (COLLEGIAN) and
B. K UPPENHEIMER'S MAKE
on Sale at
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE

Michigan.... .....0 20 14 0-34
Pennsylvania......3 0 0. 0- 3
Touchdowns-Maulbetsch 2, Hugh-I
itt, Catlett and Benton.
Goals from touchdown--Hughitt 4.
Goal from field-Mathews 1.
Substitutions-Michigan, Staatz for
Lyons, Catlett for Bastian, Huebel for

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