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PA*i ITHE MICHIGAN DAILY,

Walk-Over Foot-Wear

There's Snap and Ginger in every Pair

GO MICHIGAN GO
TO
LYNDON'S KODAK AND SUPPLY
STORE
719 N. UNIVERSITY AVENUE
FOR
Fresh Films Cuaranteed Developing Velox Prints
Latest Model Kodaks Good Pictures
Bargains in "Trade In" Kodaks

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Our windows are full of the
season's authoritative styles
-conservative staples and
popular novelties-no mat-
- ter what your taste is, we

TODAY (Sunday) 1:30--3-7--8:30 P. M.

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can serve you.

OREGON AGGIE ICACH
GIVES VIEWS ON GAME

1,A RC AD E
Shows at 3:00-5:30-8:00-9:30
MONDAY. NOV. i-Viola Allen in "The
White Sister," from the story and
play by F. Marion Crawford. 6 parts.
TUESDAY, NOV 2--Dorothy Bernard
and George Soule Spencer in "'The
District Attorney," by Charles Klein.
wV1EDNESDAY, NOV. 3-Robert War-
wick in his latest success,"The Flash
of an Emerald." 5 parts.
'l'ake a "Trip Around the W~orld."
Finest series of travel pictures ever
produced. Watch for date.

Emphatically
iEvenit of the
wentieth
(,(,nttry

This coupon entitles holder to
A Hundred Thrills
t Hundred Sensations
rlhea(i.Bara, ;Tennu Sothern anid
Win. . Shay in
THE TWO ORPHANS

The Most,
Amazingly
(torgeons anid
Elaborate
Screen Play
Ever Filmed

HOFFSTETTER'S
Walk-Over Boot Shop
115 South Main Street

Jubilant Over
Against

Showing ofI his Team
1. A. C.; Pra aes
Hichg'al

Makes Photographs with Correct Color Values of
Paintings, of Drawings in Monochrone or Poly-
chrome, and of Colored Objects. Has Photo-
graphed more Original Manuscripts on Parch-
meentthan anyone else in the state.
i. Av. Home Portraiture a Specialty
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How's This?

We will emboss a single or two-letter monogram in any
color, on any stationery, without charge for the use of
the die. We carry over i,ooo Combination Dies in
stock. This enables us to give you One Day Service.

We also carry the finest stock
of Stationery i n t h e city.

T he, Mayer-Schairer Co.
Phone 1404 112 S. Main Street

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Photographs
MADE BY DANIES o. NICKELS
In the only Studio on the Campus are In a Glass
by theomselves. Amateur finishing
of superior quality.
334-336 So. STATE ST., ANN ARBOR.

T. E. May, a '14 graduate of the Ore-
gon Agricultural College. and one of
the force of coaches which the Oregon
Aggies brought back with them to help
beat M. A. C., stopped at Ann Arbor
long enough to see the Syracuse game
yesterday. With the material gathered
from observing Syracuse s general
style of play, he hopes to better the
western team's chances in their game
with Syracuse on December 1.
He was jubilant over his team's 20-
victory over M. A. C. "To tell the
truth," he said, "I didn't look for any
such score. The most I hoped for was
a draw. I think our opponents were
confused by our style of play, which
is altogether different from the east-
ern, if today's game is a fair example
of that."
Mr. May expressed his astonishment
at the size of the linemen in yester-
day's g me. "We don't have anything
like that out on the coast. Our men
on the line average about 185 pounds,
and the backs about 175. And by the
way," he asked, "is this Wilkinson of
the Syracuse team considered a good
back?" When assured that he was
probably the best that has been seen
here this season, May said, "Why, we
have four that are every bit as good
as he."
This looked like a prediction of vic-
tory, but when asked, May shook his
head. "No, I would hardly say that.
But I'd be willing to bet everything I
have that we score on them."
"Why," he said with a smile, "we
didn't use our place kick against the
team at Lansing, and that's one of our
best bets. No, we don't use a drop.
The ground is too wet to make it prac-
ticable. We depend a lot on passes,
and a whole lot on speed. That's how
I think we won our game today-got
the jump on them and swept them off
their feet.
"I like Ann Arbor," lie replied when
asked. "It's the first eastern school
I've seen. We hear a lot about Mich-
igan in the west. That game of yours
with Harvard last year attracted an
immense amount of attention. We
were all pulling for you."
The Oregon Aggie team will leave
Chicago on Monday morning for a
sixty-hour trip to the coast. They
have a special car fitted up for them,
and on the trip east made two twenty-
minute stops a day, to allow the tean
to keep in condition.
ALUMNI MAJORITY OF MEN ON
FACULTY OF MEDICAL SCHOOL
Eleven of Twenty Doctors Teaching
Future Medicine Men, Michigan
Graduates
Of the 20 professors on the faculty
of the Medical School, 11 are grad-
uates of the University of Michigan.
Their names and the year in which
they graduated from the Medical
School are as follows: Dean Victor
C. Vaughan, head of the School and
professor of hygiene and phsiologi-
cal chemistry '3; Dr. Cyrenus G.
Darling, professor of surgery, '81;
Dr. G. Carl Huber, professor of anat-
omy, '87; r. rerni 2 . -_ y, pro-
fessor of bacteriology, '1; D'. David
M. Cowie, associate professor of
pediatrics and internal medicine, '96;
Dr. Alfred S. Warthin. professor of
pathology, '91; Dr. R. Bishop Can-
field, professor of oto-larynclogy,
'99; Dr. Charles W. Ed:nunds, secre-
tary of the Medical School and pro-
fessor of materia medica and thera-
peutics, '04: Dr. Ira D. Loree, associate
professor of genito-urinary surgery,
'01; Dr. James C. Van Zwaluwenburg,
associate professor of roentgenology
'08; and 1')r. Rollo E. McCtter, '10.

Don't fail to hear the genuine Uku
lele, the beautiful-tone Hawaiian in-
strument. Competent instructors.
Grinnell Bros., 116 South Main St.
Phone 1707. Oct28-29-30-31-Nov2
Lunches delivered.
Call 1107.
Portraits that are made at Hoppe's
studio are sure to please. oct31-nov2

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THE 1TWO ORPHANS
A screen version u niqle of the Drama that has thrilled millions. Wrt-
ten and produced by Herbert Brenon with
THE)A t1ARA, JEAN SOTHERN and WM. E. SHAY
ALL SEATS 10c BOXES 15c
WHOOPLA! GIRLS GALORE
3 . Mon. Night Nov. 1
FULL OF "PEP" AND COMEDY
The Of fice Girls
9 -- PEOPLE PARTICIPATE - 9
"1AL .HAT THE NAME IMPLIES"{
4- Entertainers -4
Talking, Singing and Comedy
A HEAL MUSICIAN
JOHN GEIGER.
and "His Tbalking Violin"
A HIGH CLASS MUSICAL OFFERING
Singing Songs, Old and New. Featuring the Girl of 1847

AN ABSOLUTE NOVELTY

'I~lheda hBasat :Majestic

Vernie Kaufman
"SONGS IN MOTION"
Coming Fanton's Athletics

You and Your Gift
Consider carefully the gift you
send. When you give a gift you
place yourself in the constant pre-
sence of the recipient.
The gift should be one that will
always do you credit. The many
pieces forming our stock are particu-
larly adapted for such gifts.
Each piece must receive the care-
ful consideration of three exacting
persons--the maker, ourselves and
you.
To pass this rigid test the piece
must be right in every particular.
.Do the gifts you send come from
this store?
Haler jewelry Co.
State Street Jewelers

NA TIONAL CAMPIPAGN FOR
U100- TO BE CONTINUED
FOR EXTRA 30 DAY PERIOD
(Continued from page 1)
organized the Union workers look for
a steady march toward the million-
dollar goal.
Next to New York's $8,000 gain, To-
ledo's $4,000 increase is the largest re-
ported last night, the Ohio city work-
ers now boasting an $8,000 total. Chi-
cago, with $54,000 already subscribed,
ranks next to Detroit, and the Windy
City workers are confident that they
will be able to greatly increase their
present total during the added month
of the campaign.
Milwaukee's chairman reported a
total of $4,510 from 45 subscribers,
making an average subscription of a
trifle more than $100 per man.

EAT AT THE
C R Y S T Al
Special Breakfast - 10c, 15c, 20c
Special Dinner
and Supper - - 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c
Try a bowl of our delicious soup.

Special Attention for Ladies.
EXCLUSIVE
young men's haberdashery on sale by
N. F. Allen & Co., Main street.
oct6eod
25 cents-any part of the city. Stark
Taxicab Co., 2255. oct28tf

601 E LIBERTY
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
LOST-A gray steamer rug on South
Division, Huron, or State street.
Reward. Miller, Theta Delta Chi
house. Phone 396. Oct31

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Containing '180 pages of Michigan Songs and Views of Ann Arbor

Typewriters of all makes, rebuilt
and second-hand, for sale at $10.00"
upwards. Liberal terms, Typewriters
of all makes for rent, $1.50 per month;
four months, $5.00 and upward. We
make a specialty of Underwood type-
writers and "Everything for the Type-
writer." 0. D. Morrill, 322 South State
street (over Baltimore Dairy. Lunch).
oct31-eod

LBuy your Mazda lamps at Switzer's,
310 South State. oct2Stf
'TE NTION, STUDENTS!
For quick MESSENGER CATL sec
last adv on BACK of TELEPHONF
DIRECTORY. Note the MAJ. cur
tains. Phone 795. Ann Arbor Parcel
& Messenger Service. A. F. Brown,
'17E oct29I

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