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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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this price, so get busy.

HAND PRESSING
LADIES WORK A SPEIALTY
C. I. KIDD - - - Sophomore
1630-J 1112 S. Univ. Ave

LYNDON

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men have adopted rubber sole
and street wear.
ne example of this type of shoe.
e and heel and leather toe splice.

ice $5.00.
)E CO.,

115 S. Main Street

ANNOUNCES SUPERVISION OF
CAMPUS BULLETIN SERVICE
Prof. J. R. Brumm, who has charge
of the University Bulletin service, has
announced that all work on it has been
suspended until further action can be
taken by the literary faculty. As yet,
Prof. Brumm has had no assurance
of an adequate faculty cooperation in
supplying the necessary news to make
the bulletin a success, and until he ob-
tains it, publishing of the bulletin will
be suspended.
It is expected that the committee of
the literary faculty, which meets with-
in a few days after the regent's meet-
ing, will determine what is to be done,
and how best to obtain the assurance
of a strong faculty cooperation.

ORPH EUMTheatre
douse of Famous Plays by Famous Players
Mon., Tues., Oct. 12-13-L. Frank Daun
Fresents
"The Patih-Work Girl of Oz"
Wed.,Oct.14, Return Date
Mary Pickiord in Caprice
Thur., Fri., Sat., Oct. 15-16--17
Jesse L. Lasky
Presents Dustin Farnmum in
"'The Vir-gir"fai"
NEW AND BECOMING
Styles in
FALL HATS
Now on Display
ALLEN'S
Good Clothes Store,
Main St.

It's up to you to see this show
Thurs., Fri., Sat Oct, 15-16-17

..M AJ E ST IC
3:00 7:30 9:00
Always a Good Show

....THE....
School ot Music

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Directer.

ANN ARBORs MICH.

HALTON POWELL
Offers His Musical Comedy "Iabloid
Wa tch Your Step"
""Jack Trainor"
And a CUTEY, CUTEY CHORUS of Talent, Youth
and Beaty-Hear that Big Song Hit "I Want to
be Back in Michigan"-You will laugh until you
cry at this show-Remember lots of frocks,
mirth, girls, pep and speed.
Four (4) Matinees Each Week-Tues., Wed., Fri., Sat.--Ladle's Souvenir Matinees are
Tues. and Fri.-School children under 12 years of age admitted to Sat. Matinee for 5o

,study piano, voice, violin, organ, or
music separately; or they, may take
s leading to graduation.
he Literary Department for Advanced work.
ruition Rates Reasonable.
rested in the study of music and de-
formation, call at the office, or address
IARLES A. SINK, Secretary.

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DO YOUI
Fat with your friends at the
ChAF[eiceTERIA
For the Students by a Student 6o5 F. William St.

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GRACE CAMERON a Real Star IS COMING SOON
.Extra! Extra! Chorus Girls Contest Friday Nlght--"You Know"

Michgau

Boats

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Saturday

That's what I'd bet if I had it,
but I have not sold enough

or

Overcoats

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GREGORY TO- GIVE[
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Flights Will Take Place Tomorrow at
Ferry Field While Team
Fights M. A. C.
AVIATOR OVERCOMES OBSTACLES'
While the Michigan Varsity is en-
deavoring to wipe out last year's de-
feat at the hands of the Farmers and
the All-Fresh are battling with Adrian,
a unique performance will be the cen-
ter of attraction at Ferry field.
Donald Gregory, of this city, who for
the past three years has been experi-
menting with aeroplanes, will give an
exhibition for all who do not follow
the Wolverines to Lansing. During
the flight, returns from the Aggie con-
test and other big games will be read
to the spectators. An admission charge
of 25 cents will be collected for the
purpose of aiding Mr. Gregory in fur-
ther aeronautical work.
The career of the young aviator has
been one that would have discouraged
the average man. His first completed,
machine was almost demolished by a
collision with Ann Arbor's ladder fac-
tory.
Several successful flights were made
during early football practice, and Mr.
Gregory has promised an exhibition
worth seeing next Saturday.
UNIVERSITY Y. M. C. A. BREAIIS
FORMER MEMBERSHIP RECORD
With 1,130 members from the stu-
dent body, and about 150 from the fac-
ulty, the University "Y" has broken
last year's membership record of 1,202.
a few additions from time to time dur-
ed in by canvassers, and there will be
a few additions from time to time dur-
ing the year.
No reports have been received as yet
from other colleges, but the local offi-
cers hope that. Michigan's association
will go ahead of that of the University
of Illinois, and thus become the larg-
est student Y. M. C. A. in the world.

A '+ n yARCADE THEATRE
Thursday, October 1S
Weights and Measures. Two Parts.
Drama.
Love's Refrain, One Part. Drama.
Well Well a! One Part. Comedy.
A Daughter of the Plains; One Part.
Drama.
Friday, October IS
the Trey o' Hearts. No. i. Three
Parts. Drama..
Vivian's First Fellow. One Part.
Comedy.
The Strange Signal. One Part. Drama.
Saturday, October 17
Firelight. Two Parts. Drama.
The Little Automobile. One Part.
Comedy.
The Janitor's Son. One Part. Drama.
The Foreman's Treachery. One Part.
Drama.
TTHE STATE SAVINGS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00
SURPLUS AND PROFITS $125,000.00
Wm. J. Booth, Pres., Wm. Arnold, Vice-Pres.,
C. John Waltz, Cashier, R. A. Beal, Ass't Cash.
COMMITTEE OF FACULTY TO
GIVE ADVICE TO FRESHMEN
Will Bold Meetings Every Afternoon
Except Saturday and Sunday
in Dean's Office
Meetings for freshmen will be held
every afteronon from 1:30 to 2:30
o'clock, except Saturday and Sunday,
in the outer office of the dean of the
literary department, by the faculty ad-
visory committee of that department.
Both men and women are invl(ed to
consult with the committee.
Questions falling particularly with-
in the province of the administrative
officers, the dean, the registrar and the
attendance committee, will not be dealt
with. The committee desires to give
advice and help on quasi-official ques-
tions, especially those of a personal
nature. The aim of the committee is
to be councillors, friends and helpers.
MATERIALS ARRIVE ON TIME
IN SPITE OF EUROPEAN WAR
Prof. E. H. Kraus, of the mineralo-
gy and petrography department, re-
ports that the war in Europe has not
affected the supply of apparatus and
material used in the laboratories. All
goods ordered were delivered either
before, or shortly after, war was de-
clared.
Fears are expressed by the museum
and the zoology department, that there
will be a shortage of glassware, as all
of this comes from Germany. A pro-
nounced decrease in the number of
specimens for the museum from for-
eign countries has. already been notic-
ed.
University Ave. Pharmacy. The new
store. Drugs, sundaes, and toilet ar-
ticles.

WHITNEY
MATINEES
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Wed., Thur, Fri., Sat, Oct. 141516-17

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$16 and upwards

to enable me to place this size bet.
Unless you all hurry in with your
clothes orders my betting will be
limited to a cigar.

ACK

GRIAY
117 E. Washington Street

TAILOR,

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nale quartette to 'sing There will be a party given in the POSITION WANTED-A steward-chef.'
s at the Whitney for Baptist church parlors on Friday 8:00 Eight years experience. Student at
ctiber 22, 23, 24. In- p. m. All students of Baptist affilia- University. Will make very reason-
Butterfield. tion are invited. 15-16 able terms. Phone 823 or 312.

Chess and Checkers Men Meet at Union
Chess and checkers players of any
ability whatever are urged to come out
to the weekly Saturday night meetings,
at the Michigan Union, commencing
tomorrow night.
Grace Cameron "Miss Dolly Dim-
ples" will soon be at the Majestic.

We shine shoes bright and block
hats right. The Athens on Liberty St.
Try us once. t#,

o they mean,
Bounce?,

Do You Know What is a.

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Steal, rob, pillage
and plunder, but get
those two bits
somehow
'Cause it's a

eat Herring?

NO
Then Hide Two Bits from Roomy.

You'll need It Oct. 2

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