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November 11, 1914 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1914-11-11

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DAILY

wear

Now is the time for you to4
learn..hRowto. take pictures,
A GIMNRRAI. KNOWIUDG$ 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

LADIES WORK A SPECIALTY.

IHAND PR E SS IN

Selling
[ar Beyond
[xpectations

a

blai

la)p, Plain or Tip Toe,
treet or dress, as toe
Main Street

9HII 9NgLISTS STATISTICS,
liew Book Appearing Next Tuesday to
Contain Records of 31ichigan's
Athletic Prowess
(CUTE YOST'S ALL-TIME ELEVEN
All-time Varsity scores in football,
baseball, track and tennis, from 1866
to 1914, will be featured in the Uni-
versity of Michigan. Athletic An-
nual, which will be on sale next Tues-
day. Detailed Information regarding
Michigan athletics, Including more
than 100 pages of statistics taken
from the 'official records of the athlet-
ic association, are to be supplied in
the new handbook.

ORPHEUM THEATRE
House of Famous Plays by Famous Players
Thur., Fri., Nov. 5-6--Subjects changed to
Hobart Bosworth in "Burning: Daylight" b y
jack London,
Sat., Nov. 9-Big Comuedy Sensatian in 3
parts-"Bungling gunk's Bunco."
War Notes by Pathe Weekly.
Mon., Tues., Nov. g-xa-Karp Kienlichner in
Schiller's Immortal Drama, "William Tell."
Wed., Nov. u t-Mrs. Fiske in "Tess of D'Ur-
bervilles," by Thomas Hardy.
Have you seen that FREE offer of
the Factory, Hat Store for this week
only?
For Musical instruments of. Every
Description, Victrolas, and Edison Di-
amond Disc Machines, go to SCHAE-
BERLE & SON MUSIC HOUSE, Main
Street. eod Wed

OnC In KIDD *in - Sophomore
1530-J 1112 S. Univ. Ave
WHIITNEY TH EATRE
Frideky, NOV.*13
The Merry Musical Comedy Frolic
For the Love of Mike
By Bud Fisher, creator of 'Mutt and Jeff.'
04-Musical Comedy Stars, mostly Girls-40

~T inkling
easing
antalizing
unes

Mirth
elody
,usic

Breez y
ewitching
eauty Chorus

Music
c. Students
on, or they

Greatest Laughing Show of the ,Age

A TUNEFUL TORNADO

A HILARIOUS HURRICANE

to

Ai. Army of 'retty Girls
A Heat of Real.. Comedians'

work.

I

etary
MICH.

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socials and

With the use of a table of compara-
tive records printed in the annual, it
will be possible to' determine at one
glance Michigan's athletic standing,
in the four Varsity sports, as com-
pared with all of her rivals. The nlam-
es of the institutions with which the
Wolverines have competed, are pub-
lished in alphabetical order, and ref-
erence to 'any one of these will show
the history of intercollegiate contests
between the two colleges In question.
Yost's All-Time Michigan eleven is
one of the features of the book. Floyd
A. Bowe, director of intramural ath-
lptlce, has written an informal history
of Pyiclhigan athletics for the annual,
while a list of "14" wearers, from ear-
liest dut"s to 1914, will alsp be inplud-
ed,
The consttution and by-laws of the
athletic aseociation, witlh an explana-
tion ,of the managerial tryout systems,
the rules for awarding insignia, the
eligibility regulations and the associ.-
ation's equipment, are among the va-
ried contents. The report of the in-
tratnural department is, published in

Phone,
1 701

A 10 x 20 picture showing
and kickoff-Lyndon.

Phone
AJESTIC10

ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW
MondayTuedy ensaNov. 9110.1
Special Engagement of the $1000 Feature Act

the crowd,
tf

Timely Prices-

utation and Low-

Maa

-25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00

Gus
Kid

I dwars'
SAM KADNI JOE DANIELS MAD)AM MARION
Hawaiian intstrume>rntalisft Eccentric monologist and A quick change sensation in
the European Protean nov-
and vocali~ t entertainer elty "A Daughter of Proteus'

students to
ling mneteoro-
ange for fur-
mservatory.
37-391

I'abaret

clever youngsters In 35 ivfn-
12 stes of fast fun, and clever
1 siuglng~, dancing and miisfe.

SFour (4) Matinees each weep-Tuesday-Wednesday-Friday-Sriturday. An entire new bill every Monday and Thursday.only the first show
at night is reserved-Seats held until 7:30, Ladies' Souveair Matinees Ev.ery rutesday and Friday. School Childiens' Matinee every
Saturday, any child under ux years Uo.
COM-ING-----"CARTER," THE G .EAT AMERICAN MAGICIAN

"nor

full.
The management of the annual ex-
pects to place copies of the,-booklet in
the hands of every student. A large
number will also be printed, for cir-
culation among high school students
and other, outsiders." The annual will
sell for 25 cents a copy.
CORN ELL PLAYER
APPEAR CONFIDENT,

F. L. HALL, 54.W1Ia Mats. Wted GARRICK Week itgain .
Phone 2225St, ETROIT
PRSSINtgeG a: 1ataved For "WITHIN THE LAW"
Matinees............. Si 00-hest seats
NO LOSS By FIRE I1Nlgbts.......... .............. 25c.-81.00
IFreshmen College Teaches Many Things Jun'~io
ALSO But the Best 13 ALSO 3
CANDIES the Lunches CIGARS
fSophomore AT "POP BANC RO4FT'S" 722 Monroe Senfar

TAILORS

1k

75c
35c
25c,
10c

QB
LH-
or
RuT
FPB

(Continued from page 1.)
Barrett 8
Collins 24
Phillippi 9
Shuler 25
Mueller 26
'Whitney 27
Collyer 10
Hill 11

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Order HLLSSWEET
CIDER Phone 2140
Wliy not have it (delivered rcguialaflythi ort tu-
weekly? Many do. Always fresh ,No preser-
vatives, used. Visit the will a3t 1Ow orchard.
KE**MORt BROOC{ ORCHARDS

ArcE
as mothel
tiene, kil
"Mother"
Brady Prot

a'

ed

Kleinert 13 181
Union Bureau Seeures Work For 20
Work, including table'-waiting, em-
ployment for room, cleaning and odd
jobs, has been given out by the Union
employment bureau during the last
few days to about 20 students. A col-
lecting job ip open to a senior or jun-
ior law student.

,;

Extension Course Stuidents lXeed :30 C' ia ,ha
Enrollment in the universicy exte 1- trike at
Whvn Bess
sion courses for credit has reached a'
total of 309. Two-hundred aid thirty ;"VCrTOR ."
of these are registered ib the Detroit wihte av
section, anld 79 at S0ginVi. 4 is ex- Bzadger. Se
CAtpa n F
pected that a few more wyill enol at
the next lectures. HI
ANNUNCMEN, .One Day QOly.

Fi de hcare
Tuesday, Nov. 10.
F1rIin77t Dunnu in her original part:
r. A drama depicting all the pa~
nduess and love that the wor-O
always implies. A Williaw A.,
Aitic ti on.
'ednesday, Nov. 11.
te Bills, Drama.
iperon e, Com:edy.
Coal Dale, Dtatla-
ss got in. Wrong, 4omnedy.
Thursday, Nov. 1Z.
,5pectacular War IDramia,inatie
lid and permission rf the United
vy, Cast includes Rear Admiral
ecretary of the ?navy, D~aniels, andl
1 'son of thne Utahr
Saturday, Matinee and Nogll

l

and Alterations

Senior Mits Bold Year's: First Smoker
Breaking' all previous records for
attendance, the senior lit smoker at the
Union last evening was one of the
most suceessful ever held by the class.
Chase Sikes, '16, sang two solos, after
which President Gault gave a' short
talk on the prospects for the year.
Several members of the class were
called upon, and H. S. Marsh, chair-
man of the social comnmittee, announc-
ed part of his program for the season.
Big GaGnie Cold Results in Tonsillitis
John, Otie, '13E, Is' in the university
hospital suffering with an attack of
tonsilitis, the result' of a cold contract-
ed last Saturday, while watching the
Pennsylvania-Michigan 'football game.
Otie was¢ visiting in the city with a
friend of his, when the nature of 'his
illness mhade it imperative for him to
go to the hospital.

Fellows of the University orf Mich-
igan: After yesterday's sad and trulyt
revolting disclosures,' we beg' to an-
nounce that our shoe-shining parlor'
has no business relations whatever
with the manaement of the billiard';
hall in which we happen to be located
by a "geographical accident" and there-
fore we expect and are eittitied to a.
square deal from the square-minded
student body by continuing their pat-
ronage as before.
Respectfully your's,
?v1_EDDIE, -Mgr,
Shoe-Shining Parlor,

The Famous Character Conedl an

~hone 1$20-J

312 5MSate St.j13_IMSEL____-----
Personally appearing wilt, his Company of 50
$12.50 pillow and large $1.50 pennant. Funinakers, in the Musical Comedy Miture,
The two together $1.75. Its too uch ""Bunny in Fulnnyland"
to believe. No better goods made for SUggeSting Joyous Comedy
yourself and gifts. See thlem. Form% A rare treat to the kiddies as well as grown-ups
y'oar own opinion. You will see our, SPECIAL BUNNY PRICES:
special representative. . Kwality Jewv- M ne-5,ag - 6 $ .5 1.50
elry and Pennant Co. Friend Of VUti. Special Price at the Matinee for Children-
versity and students. All children under 12 years any seat 25.

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