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ICHIGAN DAILY

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250 MORE
Lyndon's "M" BQoka
R IvlD YFSTERD

WHITNEY THEATRE

Tues. Night
October 13

The Sensational Success of the Season

At the old price $1.00

u're a College Man and hold a
utation among your friends for
ring decisive and distinctive clothes,
cannot overlook our Fall and Winter
ics. They're full of character. Have
it tailored-to-measure which will add
nce and embody your individual ideas.
:asteful yet distinctive style.

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

Bringing Up Father
GEORGEI McMANUS' ORIGINAL CREATION

LYNDON

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For Twelve Years
.e Sign of Satisfaction

Receive No Reply Prom Saginaw
Prof. W. D. Henderson, head of the
university extension lecture service
has heard no word from Saginaw,
where agitation was made to have ex-
tension lectures for credit given. It is
expected, however, that some arrange-l
ment will be completed before Friday,1
as the matter is to go before the re-
gents at that time.
High School Student Injured by Auto
Joseph Luce, a member of the high
school football squad, was run down
by an automobile and seriously injur-
ed on Packard street Sunday morning.
He was taken to the University hospit-
al.
Michigan to Compete in First Meet
Michigan will probably be repre-
sented at the first indoor intercollegi-
ate track meet, which will be staged
in the Madison Square Gardens at New
York city the evening of March 6.
While the matter will not be taken up
until the meeting of the board in con-
trol, October 16, it is believed by
Trainer Farrell and Captain Smith
that the Wolverines will have a small
squad on hand.
Will Deliver Lectures -in Minneapolis
Prof. F. N. Scott, of the rhetoric de-
partment, will deliver two lectures on
October 22 in Minneapolis, Minn. One'
will be given before the Minnesota
State Teachers' association on the
subject "Teaching of Composition,"
and the other will be held before the°

ORPHEUM Theatre
House of Famous Plays by Famous Players
Mon., Tues., Oct. 12-13-L. Frank Baun
Presents
"The Pateh-Work Girl of Oz"
Wed.,Oct.14, Return Date
Mary Pickford in Caprice
Thur..Fri.,Sat., Oct,15-14--17
Jesse L. lasky
Presents Dustin Farnum in
"The Virgtigiaui"
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TRANSIT MARKET
Wm. LINDEMAN
DEALER IN
Fresh and Salt Meats
Pork, Ham Poultry,etc.
Bell Phone 2294 212 N. 4th Ave.

The Newest of
the New
Deilius Dancing
Delicious Music
Millions of People have
Laughed at George
McManus' Funny Cartoons
The Biggest Comedy
Hit of a Decade
Prices: 25, 35, 50, 75c, $1
Curtain 8:15

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Dr. Franklin Addresses Congregation
Before a large and attentive audi-
ence, Rabbi Leo M. Franklin, of De-
troit, delivered his lecture on "The

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Students' Congregation this
Similar meetings will be held
Sunday night throughout the
year, and rabbis from many

THIS WEEK

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Minnesota association.
English on the topic
Culture."

of Teachers of parts of the country will come to ad-
of "Vocational dress the students.

With every Suit $18.50 or over
FACTORY HAT STORE
11 6 E. Huron St. W. W. MANN, Proprietor

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organz, or
may take

tment for Advanced work.

Establishes Night School in Detroit
John Polaski, ex '16L, has establish-
ed an evening school in one of the
foreign districts of Detroit in which
more than 200 men of almost every
nationality are enrolled.
Spaulding Elected President of Club
At the meeting of the Educational
club last evening, Mr. A. Spaulding,,
commercial teacher at the Ann Arbor
high school, was elected president of
the club in place of Mr. B. A. Buskirk
who has not returned to the uIliversity
this year.
Student Pastor Speaks at Battle Creek
Rev. Roy W. Hamilton, student pas-
tor of the Presbyterian church, is on
the progran for the annual meeting
of the Michigan synod at Battle Creek,
October 13-15. He will tell of the
work among the students at Ann Ar-
bor.

Student Acquitted of Breaking Lockers
By giving good reason for his action,
and paying all damage, the man who
last week broke into the lockers in the
interclass clubhouse on Ferry field
was allowed to escape further conse-
quences. The day after he caused the
damage, the student left town. As
soon as he returned, he appeared be-
fore Intramural Director Rowe, show-
ing cause for his breakage, and offer-
ing to make good all damages.

Headquarters for
TYPEWRITERS
New, Rebuilt and Second-hand, at prices con-
sistent with Quality.
My second-hand and rebuilt machines come
from the best rebuilt factories in the coun-
try, and are guaranteed to be as represented.
Get my new prices and pointers op typewriters be-
fore buying. This costs you nothing, but may save
you money
0. D. MORRILL, Local Representative Underwood Typewriter Co.

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in the study of music and de-
ion, call at the ,ffice, or address
LES A. SINK, Secretary.
e in- WANTED-Messenger calls 795-J Ann
berle Arbor Parcel and Messenger Ser-
Main vice. Auto and Bicycle Delivery. A.
tf.) F. Brown, '17E. eodTu

ser, Mrs. Leila Comstock Goodyear, of our city, her new song folio
[lection of fourteen exquisite "rose" songs. "Leaving Memories Fair, Like
utifully expressed in choicest English by the composer, who has woven'
perfect harmonies.
'ming "gift" book aside from its intrinsic musical worth.
sfying expression of a real experience, and the subtlety with which the
ist command the attention of the critic and win the love of the dilettant.
We Invite the music loving public to hear them.
GRINNELL BROS. Telephone 1707

Special

Train

Join the classes at Granger's if you
care to dance correctly. Class every
Wednesday night at 7:30. Private les-
son by appointment. For particulars
call at 312 :Maynard St. next to Majes-'
tic or phone 246.
Dances every Wednesday and Sat-
urday night from 9 to 12. 50c per
couple. 13-30
AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS:
1 originate-others imitate-but
that's history-now! Why pay good
money for films and let some one spoil
them in developing or printing from
them. We know it's being done, be-
cause we have customers who come in
and tell us about it. It's not so here,
however. When we do your work, if
you can find a single defect it won't
cost you a cent. That's fair isn't it?
Eventually, why not now? Go to Lyn-
don "At the sign of the Kodak" near
Hill auditorium for Eastman kodaks,
films, and everything photographic. tf
FOUND-A gold handled pen knife.
Call at 1405 Hill St. 13
LOST-A fountain pen somewhere be-
tween Prospect St. and the library,
Thursday. Finder will please return
to Newberry hall. 13
LOST-October 5th. pocket book con-
taining twenty dollars. Return to
602 East Washington. Reward.
eod Tues
LOST-Athletic book with name J. H.
Madison. Please phone 1462-R. 13-4
LOST-Rain coat in club house on
Ferry flild. Return to 203 S. Thayer
or call Hollenbeck, 775-J.
LST-Pair tortoise rimmed glasses
in black case. Return to Daily office.

LOST-Pair of glasses and case com-
ing from football game on State or
PaPckard. Return to F. Gilbert,
413 Thompson. 633-J.
LOST-Reversible blanket, plain
brown and plaid. On bleachers of
South Ferry field, Saturday, Octo-
ber 10. Finder please phone 1878-M.
FOR RENT-Private garage on
Thompson between Liberty and Wil-
liams. Concrete floor, electric light,
running water and underground cel-
lar for washing and cleaning. Phone
572-R. 12-14(
FOR SALE-Guitar, banjo mandolin,
standard make, cost over $100. Will
sell for $25. Call after 4:00 o'clock
at 602 E. Catherine St. 11-12-13
WANTEu-Students to sell Choral Un-
ion Concert tickets. Liberal Com-
mission allowed. Call at School of
Music. 11-15
Toilet preparations of all kinds and
right prices. Quarry Drug Co. eod.

BROADWAY AND JOHN R.
DETROIT
-where the U. of M. spirit
is manifest and "M men are
taken care of. .' .Go to The
Edehweiss for your luncheon
when in Detroit, Soc. Also for
your Dinner or 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 "M" men at any
hour of the day or night at
JACOB MAt K, Manager
Grace Cameron "Miss Dolly Dim-
ples" will soon be at the Majestic.
University Ave. Pharmacy. The store

322 South State Street (over Baltimore Lunch'
Reward.

Bell Phone 582.J

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to
Lansing and Return

A. C-U. of M. Game

Class

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Ample Room
for All

Towels-soap-tooth brushes
directory at Quarry Drug Co.

and
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chigan Central

Best shoe shining. Hats of all kinds
cleaned and blocked. Next to Wagner
A Co. eod.

ing
i Arbor

7:45 a.:
10:00-a. r

(SATURDAY 'I Rtr
Octb-r )17Retur
m. Leave Lansing
M. Arrive Ann Arbor

ning
8:00 p. m.
10:15 p. m.

Why are so many students
Royal Tailored Clothes?
Campus Bootery.

wearing
Ask thel
eodTh

that satisfies.

DdObN'T TALK WAR-TALK SHOP!
We are the only

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IU

ants Are Going From Ann Arbor
on advance sale for your accommodation.

Stu(

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

tore

- lichigan Central Depot Ticket Office
Fare $2.46 Round Trip

L. C. SCHLEEDE

:: Phone 1160-R :: 1111 S.

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