THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
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ality sold in your Home Town.
igned especially for College wear.
HILL AUDITORIUM Both on
LYNDON'S KODAK STORE N. University Avenue
.YNDON established 1905 and growing every day since-WHY?
We always deliver "THE COODS"
We always give a square deal
carry the most complete line of Kodaks and
supplies in Michigan
e are always on the job
We guarantee results
W HITN EY THEATRI
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9
ARTHUR HAMMERSTEIN offers his Tuneful, Tingling Musical J<
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Style No. 733
English Calf-skin Bal
Black or Tan
WINS BATTLE PENNANT
Twice Declared Efficiency Champions;
Greatest Fleet Honor in U.
INVIT E CREW TO PENN FRACAS
i GARRICK Oter
DRAMA COMEDY MUSIC DANCES
:tr's Walk-Over Boot Shop
115 S. MAIN 'ST.
Develops Films, Makes Prints and Enlargements
Takes Groups and Views Anywhere, Anytime
Home Portraiture a Specialty
Is an All-around Photographer
BY DANIES ft NICKELS
r Studio on. the Campus are inl a class
themselrwes. Amateur fi lraghing
of superior qgxa.1lty.
So. STATE ST., ANN ARBOR
Winning for the second time the
greatest of all fleet honors in the
United States navy, the dreadnought
U. S. S. Michigan and its crew have
been declared the battle efficiency
champions for the year just past. Six
years ago the battleship won the same
honors, and she is now the first ship
in the navy which has secured the
"battle efficiency pennant" twice.
The Michigan won the championship
with a record of 73,614 points. The
superdreadnought Texas was second
with 71,992, the battleship Georgia
third with 71,101, and the Kansas
fourth with 69,458. The former cham-
pion, the Wyoming, was ninth in the
list of merit.
The entire crew of the Michigan was
at Franklin Field in Philadelphia in
1909 when the Michigan football team
defeated Pennsylvania, and according
to a letter received here from +F. J.
Leonard, chairman of the U. S. S.
Michigan athletic association, part of
the victory was due to the same
"Michigan Spirit" which has accom-
panied the university's athletic suc-
cesses. The crew of the Michigan has
been invited, on behalf of the univer-
sity, to attend the coming game with
Pennsylvania, which is to be played
in Philadelphia Nov. 13.
Shows at 3:00-6:30-8:00-9:30.
Wednesday, Oct, 6-ALEC B. FRAN-
CIS and JOSE COLLINS in "THE
A POSTE y Aremarkably strong
'h1ursday Oct. 7-W iTLifAM FAV-
ERSHIAM in "THE RIGHT OF
WAY," by Sir Gilbert Parker. Five
! Friday, Oct. 8- EMILY STEVENSin
"DESTIN \Y" or "THlE SOU lOr,
A WOMAN." ' Five wonderfl acts.
W. Huron St., Opposite D. U. R.
ALAN STANCHFIELD, MGR.
TO-DAY-SIX REELS -1%.HOURS
.Misjudged"........ .....3 Reels
"A Daughter of the Jungles"....2 Reels
Animated Weekly..... .1 Reel
Ann Arbor Girls' Orchestra
ADMISSION ALWAYS TEN CTS.
Matinees 2 P. 'M.; Evenings, 6:30.
Saturday, Sunday, and' Holidays ton-
James Ray usford, Last Year's Varsity
Star Center and Captain, to Act
-as Assistant Coach
MENTORS EXPECT MORE WEIGHT
Books and Lyrics by Otto Hauerbach. Music by Rudolf Fritl
Authors of "The Firefly."
Presented with a Notable Cast, Surrounded by a Beauty
Chorus o1 Joyous, Singing and Dancing Girls.
Spirited, Sparkling and Haunting Melodies that Linger in the Memory:
"I'm Through with Roaming Romeo's," "Jim," "Come Hither Eyes,"
"Love's Own Kiss," "Something Seems Tingle-Tingleing," "Not Now, But
Later," "I Knew your Husband Very Well," "Float On," "Chi Chi," etc.
PRICES: $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c
SEAT SALE, Thursday, 10 A M. Mail orders accompanied with remit-
tance and returned stamped envelope filled in the order of receipt.
WHERE THEY ALL GO
LAST 'T-IMES TODAY
ALL NATION BILL
STARTING THURSDAY NIGHT
THE BIG GIRLIE SHOW
A Bevy of Pretty Choristers
Beautiful Scenery and Costumes
GET S.EATS IN ADVANCE
Every student should have a Mich-
igan Memory book. Only $1.00 at
If it's for your room we can sell it
to you. DeFries Art Store, 223 South
Main street. oct5-6
hear the genuine "Ukulele " The
Hawaiian's beautiful string instru-
ment. We are state agents for the
real article. Compare the tone with
imitations, and then select. Grinnell
Bros., 116 So. Main-street.
Stuuents of Biology or physiology
will find complete stock of Lab. sup-
plies at Wahrs. 1-4
allege, State and
Iery on s,4e by6
What to eat, when to eat, and where
to eat. Trust us for the last. A cash
cards at $3.50. Bloomfield's, 709 N.
Foctball Goods and Gym Supplies
at Wahr's University Bookstore. 1-6
Girls, attention! For rain-water
shampoos, iace massage and manicure
go to Mrs. J. R. Trojanowski. Phone
696-W. 1110 South University. Side
Standard "Loose Leaf" note books
--Your name on cover without ex-
pense at WNahr's University Bookstore.
11y your Mazda lamps at Switzer's
Ilardvare. 310 State. -tf
Call 2255 for a Stark Taxicab.
"We'll be there." oct5tf
Bring your pictures down town to
DeFries Art Store to be framed. 223
South Main street. oct5-6
APOPLEXY TAKES A. V. M' ALVA,
'6S, SUPREME COURT JUSTICE
Justice Aaron M. McAlvay, '68, of
the Supreme Court of Michigan, died
suddenly on the morning of July 9,]
from heart failure. He was acting
professor of law in the university in
1897-98 and professor of law from
1.898-1903. In 1904 he was given the
honorary degree of doctor of laws.
Justice McAlvay has been a mem-
ber of the Supreme bench since 1904,
and during that time has been chief
Many Apply for Work at Union Bureau
According to a statement issued
late last night by the Michigan Union
embloyment bureau, more than 200
students have applied at the Union
within the last week seeking work.
Up to date only 75 have been accom-
modated. This scarcity of work may
compel many men to leave college
through lack of funds.
The bureau will continue to give out
work as fast as it comes in, and will
be open for this purpose from 2:00
until 4:00 o'clock each afternoon.
Fountain Pens of every kind and
every one guaranteed at Wahr's. 1-6
Forty first-year men responded yes-
terday afternoon to Coach Douglass'
first call for All-Fresh football candi-
dates, and judging from the number
of lockers applied for by the young
hopefuls, at least double that number
are due to appear in the moleskins to-
morrow. Lightness seemed to be the
most serious fault in the squad which
was on the field yesterday, and Coach
Douglass is looking for some heavy-
weights in today's turnout.
"Jack" Miranda, who played on the
Cleveland University High team, has
come all the way from Rio de Janiero
to make a bid for the All-Fresh eleven.
Miranda played at center on the .Cleve-
land team, but his weight is against
him for that job here. He weighs in
at 150, and shows speed on the grid-
Douglass will run his men through
a drill tomorrow afternoon, starting
at 3:00 o'clock, and today his men will
take a rest. The freshman coach be-
liBv.es that there is more to be learned
irom watching the varsity in action'
than in active work.
Actual practice yesterday was lim-
ited to a mild workout in the form of
charging about south Ferry Field in
teams of eight, nine and ten men
apiece. As yet the nature of practice
work has been such as to make it im-
possible to single out any individual
men especially proficient in handling
the pigskin. Assisting - Coach Doug-
lass this year in whipping the fresh-
men into shape is "Jimmie" Rayns-
ford, captain and star center of last
year's Varsity eleven.
The Sign of Satist4
r floors with Old English
H.1-. Major & Co., 203 E.
aip etite. with a good
"cieme cooking. Bloom-
119 East Lilbert y street
e °" Gym. ui
To Give Lecture on "Electro Magnets"
"Electro Magnets" will be the sub-
ject of an illustrated lecture by C. R.
Underhill, under the auspices of the
Ann Arbor branch of the American
Institute of Electrical Engineers, on
October 14. The lecture will he held
in room 348 of the new engineering
building at 7:30 o'cloc4.
Cercle Francais Will Meet October 18
Members of Cercle Francais will
hold their first meeting of the year on
Monday, October 18. While the pro-
gram of the organization for the year
has not yet been made public, plans
for the production of plays in the orig-
inal French will soon be, made.
Do not drive your machine faster
than 15 miles per hour within the city
Do not open muffler on your ma-
Move at the request of an officer..
Do not play ball in the streets.
Do not ride on the sidewalks.
Do not tack signs on telephone or
Do not' try to keep a dog around
without a license.
Do not try to run a taxi or dray
without a license.
Do not break the city ordinances
and expect to get off without paying
1-2 City Clerk.
"In a hurry?" Call Stark, 2255.
Pictures, lamps, tea sets. Every-
thing for your room at DeFries 'Art
Store. Picture framing our specialty.
223 South Main .street. oct5-6
Slippery ice cream, rich and creamy,
attractively served at Bloomfield's,
709 N. University. oct6
Have C. H. Major & Co. decorate
your rooms. 203 E. Washington
BOARD--$4.00 and $3.50, four weeks
in advance. Mrs. McCain, 614 Mon-
for men, best known makes at reason-
able prices, on sale by N. F. Allen &
Co., Main street. wed-eod
Martha Washington Candies, 50c a
pound, at Tice's Drug Store, 117 S.
South State St.
Second Door South of F. & M. Bank
Largest Variety of Eats in the C