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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Special Sale
TO-wDAY
off on all rubber lined storm
-good winter weights.

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Let Me

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Bostonian Footwear
308 South State Street ROYAL TAILORED CLOTHES

Equip your Kodak

With An

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Balmacaans a n d

Autoraphic Beck
- and put the date, place, subject, exposure, or anything you
want right on the negative at the time of exposure.
It is e.k Real Converniesroe L Y N D O N

off on any orders placed in
tailoring department.
double amount of purchase in Piano Con-
certificates
Who will get the Piano
May 29th, 1915 ?
J. K. MALCOLM
East Liberty Street Malcolm Block

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For Twelve Years
The Sign of Satisfaction

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Always the New Styles:First

LIBERTY ST.

TENNIS AND GYMNASIUM SHOES

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GOLDMA N

The Noted Anarchist
narchism and Other Essays," and "The
3ignificance of the Modern Drama,''

Social

Two Lectures TODAY
1, Washington and Main

ARCHITECTS SHOW
1FINE GCOORWORK
Fay-two Picture"s Recently Displayed
in Boston Are Exhbite in
Memorial Hall
WILL GO TO CHICAGO, NOV. 25
Prof. Edmund S. Campbell, of the
Art Institute, Chicago, wlw has done
water color sketching at interesting
places in Europe and at home, is the
creator and owner of 42 pictures in
water color, which have been received
and placed on exhibition on the sec-
ond floor of Memorial hall.
The paintings have been brought
here under the auspices of the Archi-
tectural society, and are being hung
by C. C. Cohagen, '15A. They have
previously been on display at the Bos-
ton art museum, and will be sent
back to Chicago, Wednesday, Novem-
ber 25, when they will be placed on
exhibition in that city.
While a few of the paintings are
of important buildings in and around
Boston, the majority of them are of
scenes in Italy and France. Prhaps
the most famous of the scenes is the
one of Versailles, France, sketched in
three different seasons, autumn, win-
ter and summer, in three separate pic-
tures It contrsts the different chang-
es of nature in a manner which has
brought forth much favorable com-
ment by critics.
"The Public Fountain" drawn from
the fountain in the center of the city
of Viterbo, Italy, is a good example
of what an artist can do with the
combination of colors at his command.
The colors are combined in a man-
ner which has the true appearance
of a hand sketch, yet is accurate in
every detail. There is a good picture
of Notre Dame at Paris, besides an
interesting one of the temple at Gir-
gent.
FIGURES SHOW MEMORIAL HALL
IS POPULAR WITH STRANGERS
According to the October report of
the assistant curator of Memorial
hall, received Thursday, by President
Harry B. Hutchins, the general at-
tendance, especially for the reading
room, has increased. Several more
newspapers have been added, the
reading room service has been ar-
ranged, another newspaper rack has
been furnished, and the address of
all newspapers and magazines has
been changed to "Reading Room of
Alumni Memorial Hall."
B$f the best record obtainable, the
number of patrons of the reading
room, which is open every day, ex-
cept legal holidaysand Sundays, from
8:00 o'clock in the morning to 1.0,;00
o'clock in the evening is 4,197,
On file in the reading room are 30
newspapers, coming from the follow-
ing states: four from Massachusetts,
two from Illinois, five from New York,
one each from Ohio, Georgia, Arizona,
California and Utah, one from the Dis-
trict of Columbia, and three from Lon-
don, England. Many requests have
been made from time to time for
Newspapers from Pennsylvania, Ken-
tucky, Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa and'
Colorado. The reading room also has
on file 36 magazines.
The number of visitors was 1,129,
pnd information was given to about
537 persons, most of them strangers
in Ann Arbor. Some of these were
residents of Michigan , some came
from other institutions of learning,
and some from foreign countries.

SOPH ENGINEERS LEVY DUES
PLANS FOR SMOKER COMPLETE
At a recent meeting of the soph engi-
neer council, a tax of 50 cents was
levied on the members of the class
for the first semester. Dues are pay-
able to L F. Dietrich, 1443 Washtenaw
avenue, telephone 1166.

Orpheum Theatre
House of Famous Plays by Famous Players
Fri., Nov. 20 (last day)-Daniel Froh-
man presents Mme. Birtha Kalich
in "Marta of the Lowlands."
Sat., Nov. 21-"Bingle's Meledrama,"
a three Reel 'Vitagraph Comedy.
A Mary Pickford Reprint Picture-
"A Woman of Melons.
Mon.-Tues., Nov. 23-24-Marguerite
Clark (Mary Pickford's Only Rival)
assisted by Jack Pickford in "Wild
Flower."
BROADWAY AND JOHN R
DETROIT
--where the U. of M. spirit
is manifest and "M" men are
taken care of. -. Go to The
Edelweiss for your luncheon
when in'Detroit, Soc. Also for
your Dinner o r after the-
theatre Supper. And we make
a specialty of U. of M. Ban-
quets. Dancing from 6 to 8:30
and 10 to 12:30. Delightful
music -orchestral and voice.
Cuisine unexcelled, and Ser-
vice the best. A royal wel-
come awaits IM" men at any
hour of the day or night at
JACOB MACK, Manager
SENI'ORLITS STAGE
CABARET A9T UNIO~mN
"Meister Singers" Head Metropolitan'
Program For This
Afternoon
TO FINISH DAY WITH DANCING

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F. L. HALL, 514 E. William
Phone 2225
PEsSNGoods Caled For
1fG ad Delvere

Prices n a~d
25c-$1.50 GARRICI( ats'sWed
25C-1.5# BRIC and Sat.
DETRO IT
Marie Dressier
In Her Farce success-
"A mix- Vp"

Sts.

NO LOSS BY FIRE,

Subjects-
:eptions of Free Love'
the Sacred Rights of Property'

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Admission 25c
r. Ben. L. Reitman, Chairman

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tt g

y Phl-ip Tappan, Michigan's
'esident, is the author of a re-
de, now in the university libra-
ch is sung to the air of "Amer-
Fhe song is dated 1825, and was
re written when the president
senior at Union college.
y W. Carpenter, '18E, who was
d on November 7, for acute ap-
tis, was discharged from the
ity hospital today.
igenents for a correspondence
tatch between Harvard Univer-
d he University of Michigan
ig made, as the result of a chal-
eceh'ed from the Harvard club.
rt will be made to have five
played simultaneously, in or-
tt a large number of players
_e part. The club will be divid-
five sections, each team to have
ve charge of one of the games.
V. A. Blackburn is actitig as as-
to Dr. D. W. Myers, of the
athic medical faculty, and tak-
t-graduate work in the univer-
T. A. Darling, '11H, has taken
k- as assistant to Dr. C. B. Kin-
the homeopathic faculty..

-Prof. E. R. Turner's class in English
history 1A has voted to take the mid-
semester examination, next Tuesday,
under the honor system. The class
consists of 370 students.
-Prof. E. R. Turner, of the English
history department, will give an illus-
trated lecture on "Historic London,"
at 4:00 o'clock, December 9, in room
101, economics building.
-Donald C. McI ntre, '17, was operat-
ed on yesterday for a mastoid and is
now confined in the university hospit-
al.
-C. P. Emory, '1S, who underwent a
serious mastoid operation, last Thurs-
day, is reported by health service of-
fiicials to have a good chance for re-
covery.
-All fresh engineer committees met
last evening with group leaders for
the purpose of talking over plans Ito
arouse class spirit and get the men
acquainted. The first meeting will
be held next Wednesday morning, fol-
lowing the class assembly. Plans for.
parties will then be announced by the
social committee.
-Edmund T. Perkins, president of the
National drainage congress, delivered'
a lecture, yesterday afternoon, on
"The Reclamation of Arid and Wet
Lands."
-Tickets for the Union dance to be
held at the club house from 9:00 to
12:00 o'clock, tonight, are being sold
rapidly at the counter, nearly one half
having been sold by last night.

Real metropolitan numbers will fea-
ture the senior lit Castle House Caba-
ret at the Union, beginning at 2:30
o'clock, this afternoon. Four stunts
will be put on, and an orchestra will
play cabaret music between numbers.
The "Meister Singers," a quartette
of cabareters from Detroit, will fur-
nish the main attraction, in the form of
a program in which they have starred
at the Hotel Tuller. They will appear
in costume, and sing several feature
numbers.
Charles Kendrick, '15, and C. F.
Boos, '18, will coax lively music from
a mandolin and piano, while Chase
Sikes, '16, will sing the Michigan band
song which he introduced. C. A. Ev-
eritt, '16E, and G. B. Smith, '16E, will
put on a fancy cabaret dancing num-
ber.
After the program, music for danc-
ing will be furnished by a student or-
chestra. Tickets to the affair have all
been sold, but a few will be admitted
this afternoon at the door without tick-
ets. Dancing will continue until 6:00
o'clock.
The chaperones will be Prof. C. H.

Prices: Main Floor $1.50, $1.00- Balony 75c ;50c-Gallery 25c

Seat Sale Starts
Thurs., io A. M

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Van Tyne and Mrs. Van Tyne, and port a social service secretary, who
Prof. John S. Tatlock, and Mrs. r at- ill have charge of all the social ser-
vice work in the manufacturing plants,

* - aturday Night
Whitnme Th November21
Augustus Pltou Jr., Presents the Favorite Actor-Singe
In His Latest Comedy Success-
AKS ROMANCE
A vivid picture of Irish Life in the 18th century-a splendid acting company-'Rich and beautiful costumes
HEAR O'HARA SING
"The Highwayman," "You and I," "Colleen Machree," and "Killarney"

"I : ED' IERCER WILL
TELL LIFE'S STORY1

The social service speakers, who
have been conducting an investigation

(Continued from page 1. of conditions in Ann Arbor during the
ilization committee at the Methodist past week, hate found over 200 places
church. Miss Rc ulah Bowl, graduate where work can be done along this
of Wellesley, and Miss Agnes Hall, line. Most of the places were found in
graduate of Wisconsin, will speak to the hospitals, in the factories, and in
the committee of 90 women workers at the city playground work. Mr. Tinker,
a luncheon to be held in Newberry of the University Y. .M. C. A., said he
hall at the same hour. thought the Student's Christian associ-
At a meeting yesterday afternoon, ation would be forced to increase its
the manufacturers of the city appoint- staff in order to take care of this
ed a committee to raise funds to sup- branch of the work.

K

TO-DA

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Order for

Fine
Stationery

New and Up-to-Date at

Students' Supply Store

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Phone lftR

Auditorium
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday

THREE NIGHTS.

Varsity Band's

Movie Show

Ten Cents
7 o'clock
8 o'clock
9 o'clock
Ten Cents

Of the Harvard Trip, Pennsy and Cornell Games

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Band Plays Monday Night

Three Performances

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