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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

OLLEGE MEN HAVE THEIR
)WN IDEAS ABOUT STYLE

250 MORE
Lyndon's "M" Books
R IVFD YESTERD

(.MAJESTIC..

Always a Good Show
7:30

3:00

9:800

At the old price $1.00

'

F you're a College Man and hold a
reputation among your friends for
wearing decisive and distinctive clothes,
you cannot overlook our Fall and Winter
fabrics. They're full of character. Have
a suit tailored-to-measure which will add

This is the last lot of these "AM" books that we can buy to sell at
this price, so get busy.

LYNDON

- - 719 N. University Avenue

An entire Change of Program Tonight and for
the balance of week.
CR UBER & KEW Scotch Novelty Musical Act
HURST, WATTS & HURST, Comedy, Singing, Talking Act

REETINT NWFAUT

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RECEPTION TO NEW FACULTY
MEMBERS WILL OCCUR OCT. 16
Contrary to custom, the annual re-

your appearance and embody your individual ideas.
e guarantee tasteful yet distinctive style.
J. KARL MALCOLM
MALCOLM BLOCK 604 EAST LIBERTY

I

For Twelve Years

The Sign of Satisfaction

Always the New Styles First

19 E. LIBERTYST.
TENNIS AND GYMNASIUM SHOES

ception to new members of the facul-
ty and their families will be given this
year by President Harry B. Hutchins
and the regents, instead of by the uni-
versity senate, as has been done in the
past. The date for the event has been
set for the evening of Convocation Day,
October 16.
Although for many years it has been
the custom for the university senate
to 'introduce the new members to the
faculty circle, hereafter the annual
reception will be given by the presi-
dent and the regents, and, as the event
will be held on Convocation Day, each
year, will be called the Convocation
Day Reception. The regents will hold
their October meeting at this time, so
that they may be present.
Arrangements have not yet been
completed, but will include the intro-
duction of new members, followed by
dancing and refreshments. Music will
be furnished by the university band.
Printed lists, containing the names
and the addresses of the new mem-
bers will be distributed during the
evening, in order that the older mem-
bers will be able to make their calls,
without waiting for the publication of
the student's directory.
Professor Hussey Writes New Work
The first volume of the publications
of the observatory of the university of
La Plata was published during the
summer. The larger part of this vol-
ume was written by Prof. W. J. Hus-
sey, who is director of the observa-
tory at La Plata as well as that at
'Michigan.
History Instructor Is Now Professor
Mr. C. S. Boucher, who conducted'
Prof. C. H. Van Tyne's course in Amer-
ican history last year, during Prof.
Van Tyne's leave of absence, received
the degreeof Doctor of Philosophy
last June, and is this year professor
of American history at Washington
University.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
The band will meet at 1:00 o'clock
this afternoon in front of University
hall.
CAMPUS IN BRIEF
-Mr R. D. Goodrich103OE9.city engi-
neer of Cheyenne, Wyoming, visited int
Ann Arbor during the week.1
-Howard DeYree, '13, of the Kansas
City Star, is spending his vacation in
Ann Arbor the guest of Prof. Dewittt
H. Parker.
-More than 50 tickets for the Michi-
gan Union mnembership dance for Sat-
urday night were reported to have
been sold late last night.

ORPHEUM Theatre
Ann Arbor's Parlor Picture Theatre
MON-TUES., OCT. 5-6
Hobart Bosworth presents
'John Barleycorn' by Jack
London.
WED-THURS., OCT. 7-8
P. P. Craft presents 'East
Lynn,'
FRI-SAT., OCT. 9-10
J. L. Lasky presents Rob-
ert Edison in 'The Call of the
North'!

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MANY TICKETS FOR HARVARD-
MICHIGAN GAME SOLD HERE
More than 300 tickets for the Har-
vard-Michigan football game have al-
ready been purchased at the athletic
association office by followers of the
Wolverines. The pasteboards sell for
two dollars apiece and represent seats
in the best section of the bleachers
obtainable.
In order to prevent a large patch of
vacant seats, the Harvard athletic au-
thorities require that all unsold seats
in the Michigan block be returned be-
fore October 16. This rule makes it
necessary for all Michigan students to
purchase their tickets before next
Tuesday evening or run the risk of
obtainingeseats after their arrival at
Cambridge.
TRAFFIC RMULATIONS WILL
BE ENFORCED AFTER GAMES
Because of the immense crowds at-
tending the games at Ferry field this
fall, the police department is making
preparations to relieve congestion on
State street immediately after the
games.

Headquarters

FOR

Stylish
HATS

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FOR

Stylish
CAPS

MULLALLI- PINGREE CO. Comedy Sketch, "Miss
Thanksgiving Day"
tUBE STRICKLAND, Eccentric Rube Comedian
CARLOS CAESERO, The Human 6yroscope
Four (4) Matinees each week--Tuesday, Wed., Friday, Sat'day
Ladies' Souvenir Matinees, Tuesday and Friday
School Children Matinee every Saturday afternoon. AIl chil-
dren under 12 years of age admitted for 5c.
PRICES- Entire Main Floor 25c, Balcony 20c and le
Matinee Prices-1,664 Seato le- A few Reserved it 16c
GRACE CAMERON IS COMINGi

r

,,

118 E. Huron St., near Allenel Hotel
WFACTORY HAT STOREI
W. W. MANN, Prop.

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sold

& Co.

No vehicles will be permitted

to

LERS AND OPTICIANS
220 South Main Street

.

JGLESS EYE TESTS.

Our Optical Department is in charge of an Optometrist regis-
tered by State Examination. His entire time and attention are de-
voted to the drugless- measuring of eye defects andthe making of
g-asses.
We duplicate any lens whether originally prescribed here or not.
Our Shop facilities enablerus to give you quick repair service
that cannot be obtained elsewhere.
The only exclusive Optical System in the City where glasses
are fitted and lenses ground.
Armn old & Co

stand before the entrance to Ferry
field, .and all automobiles bound for
the campus or eastern part of the
city must leave via Arch or Edwin
streets and then north on East 'Uni-
versity avenue.
NAME CANDIDATES
FOR ALL CLASSES
(Continued from page 1)
ward Barthel; women's basketball
manager-Miss Irene Leichman, Miss
Alice H. Vanselow; oratorical delegate
-Frank Nesbit, Yancey R. Altsheler.
Junior lit: president-E. E. Eady, G.
McMahon; vice-president-Honor W.
Gaines, Marion Stowe; secretary-
Gertrude W. Ross, Margaret H. Caley,;
treasurer-M. Bentley, J. W. Thomas;
oratorical delegate-N. E. Pinney, J.
W. Thomas; basketball manager-T.
C. Kerr, H. Warner; baseball manager
-H. C. Duffield; track manager-A. J.
Gans; football manager-F. P. Surgen-
or, J. E. Chenot; women's basketball
manager-Ruth Elliott. The election
will be held next Friday, October 16
at a time and place that will be an-
nounced later.
University Ave. Pharmacy. The new
store. Drugs, sundaes, and toilet ar-
ticles.

Jewelers and Opticians

220 South Main Streets

Pianos to rent. Good dependable in- WANTED-Messenger calls 795-J Ann
uments at lowest rates. Schaeberle Arbor Parcel and Messenger Ser-
Son's Music House, 110 So. Main vice. Auto and Bicycle Delivery. A.
tf. F. Brown, '17E, eodTu

Boiled, Baked, Roasted, Toasted, Stewe
or Fried, food that is cooked on a
Gas Range is always right.
That's because a Gas Range can be relied upon. It
does the same thing every time.
There's no question of drafts about a Gas Range.
Neither wind nor weather affect it-so many minutes for
each kind of cooking.
Punctuality goes hand in hand with the Gas Range-
meals are on time after less time in the kitchen-there's
no waiting for the fire to come up.
The Gas Range and Economy are twins, because when the Gas
Range is not in use it consumes no fuel. There is no fire"going"
between times.

udents'

special

Trai

to
Lansing, and- Return

At the Majestic Grace Cameron will
sing "Little Dolly Dimples." tf
Gymnasium outfits-complete $2.45
best .quality. Wagner & Co., State
street. 8-12
Waterman Fountain Pens of all
kinds. University Avenue Pharmacy.
tf

You can have " Food That's Always Right". in your house.
the Gas Company about it.
Nancy Gay knows and tells about it in "The Story
of Nancy Gay." It's FRUR. Call at our office for
your copy.
Washtenaw Gas Company

Se

M. A. C.-U.. of M. Game

First Class
Equipment

CCENTR EY ' YOR{<
AL
LINES,

Ample Room
for All

Michigan Stationary Memory Books. Standard Loose Leaf note books-
Song Books. Banners, Pennants etc. at your name on cover without expense
Wahr's University Book Store. eod. at Wahr's University Book Store.

We shine shoes bright
hats right. The Athens on
Try us once.

and block
Liberty St.
t#.

DO0N'IT TALK WAR-TALK SHOP!
We arIheol

Michigan Central

Leave
Arrive

Going
Ann Arbor
Lansing

( SATURDAY')
October 17/
7:45 a._m. Leave
10:00"a. m. Arrive

Returning
Lansing 8:00 p. m.
Ann Arbor 10:15 p. m.

Students'

Supply

Store

Engineer's Wants-Opposite Engineering Arch
I.P. NOTE BOOKS - POUND PAPER - - FOUNTAIN PENS

1500 Students Are Going From Ann Arbor
Tickets now on advance sale for your accommodation.
-lichigan Central Depot Ticket Office
Fare $2.46 Round Trip

L. C. SCHLEEDE

:: Phone 1160-Rf

:: 1111 S. Univ. Ave.,

We have joist receiv ed from the coiposer, Mrs. Leila Conistock oodyear, of our city, her new song folio
entitled, ROSE Y UGH ~TS IN SOMG. A collection of fourteen exquisite "rose" songs. "Leaving MIemories Fair, Like
the Breath of a Rose." Gems of thought beautifully expressed in choicest English by the composer, who has woven
about her texts, her own melodies, rich in perfect harmonies.
The book, beautifully bound, is a charming "gift" book aside from its intrinsic musical worth.
Lhach song is complete in itself, a satisfying expression of a real experience, and the subtlety with which the
guthor-composer has treated her themes must command the attention of the critic and win the love of the dilettant.
PRICE $1.25 We invite the music loving public to hear them.
120 and 122 E. Liberty, Street GRINNELL BROS. Telephone 1707

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