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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Larger selection designed{ e-3pecially for College wear.

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Price $5.00

LL [JURY 'FINDS
WORTH NOT GIT
D~efendait Proves His A ltendmiiee at
Ncar-Itloi in Role of Mere
Bystander'
PE('LVNES TO M~AK{E STATEMENT

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Hoff sietter's Walk-Over Boot Shop
115 S. MN ST.

SWAIN
113 East Univ.

Makes Plain and Colored Lantern Slides
from Negatives. O~bjects or Any Sort of
an ldustration in ,Monochrone or Color.
Does Technical Photograpbic Work. If
it's a Difficult Job, Ask him about it.

Mile! ;, <<.

For Fifteen Years-
-1 The Theatre Magazine
_ i has been the only magazine to faithfully and -
exactly follow-by printed word and photo-
graph-the drama, its people and its plays,
and its companion art the 'Opera.
For the lover of the Drama there is no more interest-
ing periodical than the Theatre Magazitic. Its
descriptions of the important and popular plays are-
adequate and vivid and the illustrations from the
scenes of the plays are admirably reproduced.
"The Theatre" never works in bits-It covers
its subject' from the Boxe Office to, Stage"
From cover to cover it is all "Theatre". Send in
- 5 your subscription at once--every month that passes,
3cOarloy you are missing some vital news of one of the
acknowledged "three great educators -the Church
_ ~--the School and the Stage."_
We want live energetic agents. Highest commissions paid. Write us.
5 we: 38th Street, New York City-

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HADE BYDAYES eiNICKELS
1n th. osly Stuxdio oteim le Campus are Iti a class
by them.%l vas.'t.AM ~e'tr ficikia nj
of stlp erior cjqem.flty.
3343536 -S . STATI- SaT..ANN.ARBOR

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How'sThis?
We x«ill einboss a single or two-letter monogram in anmy
color, on any stationery, withouat charge for the use of
thle die. We carry over i,o®o Comnbination Died in
stock.. This enables us to giv'e you One Day Service.
We also carry the finest stock
of Stationery i ni t b'e cite.
The Mayer-Schairer Co.
Phone 1404 112 S. Main Street

C. E. Worth, '5E, of Detroi, was
acquitted last night by a jury in
Justice Doty's cout of the charge of'
creating a disturbance and of being
a participant in the so-called riot in
front of the Majestic theater on the
night of October 14.
The verdict of the jury last night
closes the final chapter of the disturb-
ance. It was conclusively proven dur-
ing the process of the tial tltatthe
mob directly in front of the doors of
tie theater was, for the mos0t part,
composed of many peaceful and law-
abiding citizens of the city augmentd(
by members of the city police force
and sheriff's office. The evidence as
introduced by 1)oth the counsel for
hlaiftif ' and by the defendant tended
to show that; the mob eement wa
further out in the street, and that lit-
tle or no danage resultet even from
them.
The case war, opened at. 1:30 yester-
day afternoon, with, City Attorney
Trank B. De ine reprseting the,
city's side and N. A. Cobb, of Battlet
Greek, as counsel for the defendant.
Cosiderable time was occupied "in
drawing the jurors, after which the
evidence for the plaintiff was intro-
duced.
The plaintiff waived the right of
first plea ding andl the defense set up
its argument, which was very brief
and to the point. The attorney for
the plaintiff then pleaded his case and
it was placed in the hands of the jury
at 6:00 o'clock The jury= was out
Only 20 minutes, when it returned
wt a ve d c of " o guly"Worth refused to m ake any state-
ment last night when asked as to
w~hether or not he would push a suit
against the city for false detention
and said that the matter was entirely
in the hands of his attorney, N. A.
Cobb, of Battle Creek. He will leave
this morning to resume his position
as chemist for the Hudson Motor com-
pany of Detroit.
SELF T MANDOLIN CLUB
3IENREIS 1FOi T1l",YEAR
(Continued fromi Page One)
wish to try out for spec ilties are
asked 'to report to the oficr. at. this
meeting.
The results of Thursday's try-uts
are as follows:
First TNandoin s
John H. Adams, '8, F. W. Becker,
18, M.i F. Bennett, '6E, . . Lein-
ingen, '16), G. A. Leverenaz, '16E, G.
A. McKerny, '16E, A. J. Richards, '17D,
'. S. Switzer, '16.
Scod laIndolins
W.C. Allee, '18L, L. L. Bower, '6E,
W. Broadhead, '17E, G. J. Fisher, '8P,
P. 0. Mulkey, '16E, P. L. Steketee, '18,
H. H. Whitiugham, 17E, J. 11. Wil-
son. '18.
Guiitars
W. C. Achi, '17L, C. C. Ashbaugh,
'16,. A. D. I-oney, '17), E. K. Marshall,
'17E, R. E. Motley, '16D, C. Pikett, '18.
Ukeleles
W. C. Achi, '17L, J. L. Driscii, '18,
W. F. Crockett, '16, M. A. Nicholls
'17E, :E. K. Marshall, '17E.
Voli11n
H. B. Forsythe, '17.
Cello
F. C. Wheeler, '16E.
Ran
1-1. L. Davis, '17.
EX-PIIESIDENT TAFT TO SPEAK
HIERE ON INTERNATIONAL, PEACE
"A League of Nations to Enforce
Peace" will be the subject of ex-Presi-
dent Williamf'Howard Taft's talk in
Hill auditorium on November 13. All
main floor seats will be reserved and
will sell for 75 cents. First balcony

seats, will to sold for 50 =cents and a
fee of 25 cents will be charged for
gallery seats.
GLOVTE S
for mten, best k nouni makes at~ reason-
able prices, on sale by N. 1F. Allen &
Co., Maln. street. wed-eod

Matinees p R iflI Wek 'at
dStWednesday A{ I IiI Otoer 25
DETROIT
TONIGHT'S THE NIGHT
BEAUTY CHORUS OF 50
.Show"; at 3oo0-,..3c-S.o--9.3
WFIDNES uA, OCI. 2--Charnng Vi-
vian Martin in "Little9Md eoisell,''
a delightful, entertaining Subert
feature.
THnURSD)AY, OCT. 2----inet Corrign
in "Greater Love Hath No Man," Metro
feature in fie parts.
FRIDA.Y, OCT..'-9-Em~und irse in
"The Song of the Wage Slae" A
strong vital story in five part. Xmtro.
Take a "trip Around te World."
Fitest series of travel pictures ever
produced Watch for dae.
RAE THEATRE
W. Huron S. Opposite D. U. R.
ATLAN S'rANc1-IEIE,MGR
Wfrdnesday, Oct. 27
l.ustin ]arn ur in ''Thle Suaw Stan:'
ADMISSION ALWA7S TEN CTS.I
M ti'ee , zP. 1M.; Eenin . ;630.
: t*rday, Sund:'. ad iiiiys con-
tinannoa -
OAMOND3EELERS ~ATCH
SeHLAND R v SEy RI1D
3E.IBER1S I3 LIBERY
tNAR 0 SILVERSMITHS ANNR
DOW7N TOWN
HEADQUARTERS FOR
. OF M. JEWELRY
)EANVAUGHAN TAKS ON
"POLONGING OF LIFE "
Addresses Opening, Session of Ame-
lean Social Hygiene Asso-
iation
Dean Victor C. Vaughan, of the
nedical department, who delivered an
address on "Prolonging Life" at the
pening session. of the central state
~onference of the American Social
Hygiene association Monday niht,
made some startling statements re-
tarding the increasing longevity of
'hie civilized world. Within the last
25 years, according to Dean Vaughan,
ike average length of life in this
C'ountry has beeni increased 10 yrears;
and if the present progress in medical
learning is continued, the average life
of the next generation will be in-
creased 1 5 years. He said that if we
htone to continue this work it must b
by enlightening the public as to how
to live according to the rules of sani-
tation and medical science.
thle best government," said Dean
Vaughan, "is the one which gives the
longest life with the best health. In
the United States we have greater
longevity than does any country in
Elurope. That is because the average
intelligence in this country is higher,
and the highest intelligence in the
United States is in this great north-
west, of which Chicago is the metrop--
ols.
"2Jan is first of all an animal. It
is necessary that hle be a healthy ani-
mnal if he is to become great in the
world. In this day ignorance is a sin
and knowledge a 'virtue."
CO N ('NTIATI ON IWEEK ST2RTS
11'T111$40,O(MM IN'IREASE
(Continued from Page One)
bes of the same committee an oppor-
tunity to plan cooperative campains
duiing the final week.

Detroit reported $136,200 at noon
yesterday, and the efforts of the De-
troit committee during the next few
days is expected to bring their total
up close to the $250,000 mark set as
their share of the $1,000,000 total,

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Seat Sale IMon ay -IR"M.

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'There a~e a number of
- good,' sensible cigarettes
on the market-Fatimnas
are not the only ones.
But Fauinas are the
best-lamed and best-selling

PrItces 54-754141.50

__ ijE HEATRE
ThurmAay and Friday October 28-29
Ladies' Aid Socityad Vsted or
OFFER!S
MIS
MUSICAL COMEDY
CAS i' C"P THE LIVST 'S PEST T(NOWN PI AYERS
Miss Fra nc is Seelev, '18 Morrison R. Wood, ' 16
Frank W. Grover, 'mis Chase 13. Sikes, '16
C. NV. W ilber, 'j f, jaines Suner and Olive Hartsig, '17
Large Clhorus f Augmented Orchestra

I TODAY at 3.
C L S .110--S H and A mSuge s Ring e
Srrnielilny original
Co ,t"dly i' r "InS ng"
The Juveile
'67L They have a
. ~~~in.arxeidy Buturyp

may not like lFatiiaas
well as' all these thou-
sanads of other men doo.
But you can't dlery
that they are worth try-
ing-not only for the do-

of all the cigarettes cost- licious taste that has wade
ing over Sc. them so famous, but also
Of course, your taste to see just how SENSI-
may be different-you BLE they really are-
a n..{~how COOL and comfort-
"UO E - ' able to the throat andt
S FO{ Ntongue and how free they
d d ty o 2h° eseni.. 'ICgh nare from after-effects.
t ~~io a, el, Ci out these tests an
hep$rt ffr ou o r& n,! I ,seer iEta .iaif you can. finId any'
kin iorow vta~ otet ha agtt .tl Yo wil f ' -,cia eethat meets them
nBamlhtnatt~n x , aor jip rtAIo oej ee ;swell as good old
s Ufa dr sme atd tt 1 i'4 ' and 2. p.e;'e:c.,- S4W !d et cude S'Eatimas do.
andot muint ra"evl,. t..a 'ol d 4uli",!-ta s 'PoMake this important
fft 'Na or tYt o.,2tobccs ete o th"today.,40
omild tin t EL0, , 4a ,cn' VU ilt dlte ,-"estto ay
y~and a n00 i a! u,,~ ' t.,,, - . i., , 'Sbn i, t . o (
Op° na.both t O rt fe,, ,s r Ia l.; k'iu,'- ,, e "to t rm t.-
PA TIMA wthetA yCrrno
A-ardekd the Gr'and i-e at the Pax-'
opra-PJacm4!,,enatiomst Rxjosilao*.
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Prosperous -
Prosperity is reflected in
a person's clothing and
jewelry, and no one -
denies the advantage
gained by a prosperous
appearance, nor that a
good watch a nd chain
tends more thian anything
else to convey the idea
of prosperity.
RINGS WATCHES
JEWELRY
Fine Repairing of Watches
o- Haller Jewelry Go.
State St. Jewelers

Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 23.---An hour
and one-half of stiff offensive scrim-
-mage against the scrubs sent the Var'-
sity to the lockers today' tired and
thauk k 'l for the relief. The regulars
;:Lut'~ed in scoring, two touchdowns,
one on a 75-yard run ona a trick play.
j ad the other on a 30-yard end run
by Russell. It took cue-half hour foi'
the men to go dou 'n the field after this
touchdown, in spite o' the fact that
lrhto bail didi not go over, if downs were
not. made.
It eras ]i:art ed through an X-Ray
1 picturetan at the University hios-
pital today that Light, the freshman
who was hurt in the game on Satur-
dlay, is° sufferig from two broken ribs
and possible internal injuries. Light+
wa,<s the parri:-ulam star of the fresh
team a =nd his absence will make a big
hole" in their line-Up.

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which is the goal of the national can- board of Regents to Meet on Nov. 2
paign.Th Detroit neetings during The Board of Regents will hold its4
the final week are taking the form of second meeting of thme year on next
oanquets and dinners, every effort be-, Tuesday evening. As all the members

inrg mnade to keep the enrthusiasmr, Lnof
the wvoikers keyed iiT)tto the hi"l teJ
pitch.
Chicago, with $41,665 reporte-(d, ranks
second to Detroit in -subsc riioins tor

of the board will bie present because
of the opening dinner of the Martha
Cook building, and because there is a
considerable amount of business hang-
=nug wer from the last session, it was
thought advisable to hold a meeting
at this date.
Martin guitars, mandolins, ukeleles
amid all musical instruments at Schae-
berle & Son's Music House, 110 South

date,'

with Minneapolis holding third
by rt~asom of her $21,000 total.

"i a hurry' ('.Call Stark, 2255.

octl.3cod Main street..

oct8tf

Take a Box of Candy Along with You==
GILER'S, ORE'SORCRAE'

French Hold La ('ourtiiie
;Paris, Oct. 26.--The French are
clinging desperately to the recently
won Lot aaCuin in the Chain-
pg<n( zone, in the face of fttrious
ui'ter-'a hacks b)y the Germans.

I,1 1 1 S. University Ave.

opposite Engineering Arch

Phone 11

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