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October 18, 1914 - Image 6

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THE MI'I

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Lyntdon's "M"119Books
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At the old price $1.00
This is the last lot of these I'M" books that we can buy to sell at
this price, so get busy.

HAND PRESSING

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LYNDON.

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ercentage of men have adopted rubber sole
1 the year round street wear.
ilustrates a fine examiple of this type of shoe.
ty rubber sole and heel .ind leather toe splice.
1 tan, our price $5.00.
VER SHOE CO., 115' S. Main Street

UNION CONCERTS

MICHIG~AN 'DEFEATS AGGIES BY 3
TO 0; TOMMY I UGHlITT MAY
NOT PLAY AG1AIN
(Continued from page 1)
Fourth Quarter
Watson replaced Reimann at left,
tackle, and Catlett replaced Roehim
at 'right half. An exchange of punts
gave Michigan: the ball on her 50 yard
line.. Maulbetsch made first-down on
a line plunge. With only a few min-
utes left to play Hughitt forward pass-
ed to Lyons for 35 yards, giving the
ball to the center of the field where
Splawn kicked goal from the 20 yard
line. Score, Michigan 3, M. A. C. 0.
Efton James replaced Lyons at right
end, and Watson took Mvc~lale's place
at right guard. Reimann went in at
left tackle. Deprato punted to Hughitt
on Michigan's 25 yard line. Roehm
replaced Catlett at right half and Cat-.
Jett took Splawn's place at fullback.
Catlett punted to D. Miller on the Ag-
gies' 48 yard line. Huebel replaced
Hughitt, who wds' taken out with a
dislocated elbow. M. A. C. was pen-
alized for holding and Deprato punted
to Huebel on Michigan's 23 yard line.,
Huebel made a fair catch just as the
whistle blew time up, Score, Mich-
igan 3, M. A. C. 0.
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ORPHEUM1~heatre
House of Famous Play's by Famous Players
MON.-TUES., Oct. 19-20 -Daniel
Frohnian presents H. B. Warner ini
"The Lost Paradise."
WED. Oct. 21 -Kalen presents the
great French-lnglish war story,
'Woife,or the Conquest of Quebec'
THUR.-(FRI., Oct. 22-2$ - H obart
Bosworth ma 'Odyssey of the North'
by Jack London.
SAT. Oct. 24-Rtetuirn date, Carlysle
Bilackwc ll la "Spitfire."

DO YO?
Fat with your friends at the
CAFr eTERIA
For the Students ,kby a Student. 605 F,. William St.,

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Whitney Theatre
3Matinees 3 Nights
Thurs.,_ Fri., Sato.m-O t. 22-23-24

rved Seat Sales

.,OCT. 19 - -,
vations $1.00 -- withouta
DAY, OCT. 21-
-vations $0.75-without
OCT. 23- -
vations $0.50 -without

BLOCK "A"
coupon ticket $4.00
BLOCK A B"
coupon ticket $3.75
BLOCK "iC"
coupon ticket ,$3.50

Don't Forget :SLOAN
The Magazine Man
Now taking Subscriptions for tihe
Saturday Evening Post and
Ladies'' Home Journal
At student rate of $ t for 8 niontlhs
I also handle all other irag azines, and
can ialke you special citl rates.
Kindly retain your ordler.
1009 East Catherine Phone 1412 M

ERBER IT IKELCEY
AND
Elrl'FIE SHANNON

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PRESENT

"tAfter Ball"

8 O'CLOCK IN THE
ERSITY SCHOOL OF

MORNING AT THE
music

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UNIVER1SITY OTiCS
Senior engineers elect officers 2:45
to 5:45 o'clock:Montday, 311 new. engi-
n eering building.
Senior fits elect officers 2:00 to 5:00
o'clock, Tuesday, room 205 Tappan
hall.
Senior lawis elect officers 2:00 to
5:00" o'clocki, Tuesday, roomi C, law
building.
Football practice for junior lits will
be held at 4:00 o'clock tomorrow af-
ternoon, on south Ferry field.

The Greatest Photo-Drama
Ever mad.ei12 A xerica

Cream for parties, socials and
.se trade.
ry Garden, Reputation and. Low-
's Chocolates.

Michigan
Staatz, lBenton,
Reimann.....LE
Reimann, Watson. LT
Rehor. .........LG
Raynsford (C).... C
McHale, Watson.. RG
Cochran.. ...... RT
Lyons, James..RE

M. A. C.1

Prices Matiuiee: ~ All seats 140
Prices Nights Advltks 15 Childrern 10c

...B. Miller
....Smith
...Straight
. Vaughn
Vandervoort
Blacklock
....Chaddock

Matinee 2:30

might 8:15

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College Tcachcs Mauy Things
But the B,-t Is
the Lunches
AT POP BANOROF'S" 722 Monroe

Junior
ALSO
CIGARS
Senior

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TYPEWIRITERS
STUDENTS' HEADQUARTERS for Remington,
S Smith, Royal, Underwood, Oliver, Fox, etc.
1000 Machines Only Michigan'Factory
-1 month, $2.50; 3 months. $6.50; 6 months, $12; 9 months, $17; include
xpress prepaid. WE SELL new latest models $50 up. Factory re-
wilt $15 up. State agents CORONA Folding, weight 6 lbs.
atalog Free. Call, write or phone Main 4102
it Typewriter Co., 160 Jefferson, near Woodward

Hughitt, Huebel... Q. ..D. Miller
Maulbetsch.....L.. .....Deprato
Splawn, Catlett.. FB .. Julian (C)
Bushnell,' Roehm,
Catlett.. ... ..RH....H. Miller
Score 1 2 3 4 Total
M. A. C........,0 0 0 0 0
Michigan .....0 0 0 3 3
Goal from field-Splawn.
Offlials-Referee, H., B. Hackett,
West Point; Umpire, J. C. Holderness,
Lehigh; Field Judge, A. R. Haines,
Yale; Head linesman, Fred Gardner,
Cornell. Time of quarters,_ 15 min-
utes.
Will Give Series of Saxophone Dances
Wright Saxophone parties will com-
mence on October 23. The parties will
be given at the Michigan Union as a
continuation 'of the group of last year.

Faulty Propeller Prevenats Air Flight
Although ' 'eellent wceather condi-
tions prevailed, a faulty propeller,
wNhich had not been tried out on ac-
count of the 'rainy weather of the
past three or four days, prevented the
exhibition aeroplane flight which Don-
ald Gregory was scheduled to make
yesterday afternoon from Ferry field.
Gregory had received a new propeller'
yesterday, but by the time it had been
bored and mounted it was too late to
attempt a flight. Any flight later' on
will be announced.
PUIIA SING AGENT
C. L~. LUGS RESIGNS
(Continued from pageo 1)
of the board.
Degrees were granted by the board
of regents to 40 former students in the
literary department; 10 in the engi-
neering department; 24 in the law de-

partment;; seven in the pharmic de-
partment; two in the, homeopathic
college, and 26 in the graduate de-
partment. Malcolm Simons was grant-
ed the degree of bachelor of Architec-
ture; Fred Dye, the degree of Juris
Doctor; and Gilbert Taylor, the de.-
gree of Doctor .of Philosophy. Nurses~
certificates were given to two, certifi-I
c ates in Embalming and Sanitary Sci-
enace to 12, and teachers diplomas to
13.
A $500 fellowship, resigned by Vol-

ney Wells, was. given to Miss Alvalyn
Woodward, who resigned a $300 fel-
lowship, which was, given to Clarence
Thorpe,. and the $300 fellowship re-
signed by Mr. W. 0. Raymond, was
awarded to Robert E.: Brawn.
The two Michigan Gas Association
fellowships of $400 each were awarded
to Mr. Homer Hood, and Mr. Austin
Irvine.
The Acme White 'Lead and Color
Works fellowship of $500 was given
to Mr.,,Carl Schumann.

On account of the lateness of the season we have been able to purchase a
quantity of large Shell Spectacles fitted with Amber Glasses,
regular $2.50 values. We are going to close them out this week for $1.00
each, with case.
Optical Prescriptions Filled'land Eye Glass Repairing
HALLER JEWtELRY 'CO.
STATE STREET, JEWELERS

t a Concert,
for the list

Somethirig New ektvd Dk dy for the

Tired Colloger

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Kaiser. Bill is green with
envy;
Kink George threw a duck
fit;
Czar Nick sayts it isn'.t fair
It's More Fun
IThan the. War

Stuff, Al.

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