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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Just Arrived!

A NEW WALK-OVER
FOR YOUNG MEN

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"Windsor" Model
English Walking Boot
in dull black, or
Tan Russia Calf.
Plump single soles

A io POUNDBO
would be proud to become the owner of one of
our new "MAichigan" Scrap Books ma~de especially
to preserve the little souveiiiis of your D.,ys at
Michigan.

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The "Windsor" is especially recommended to young men who
want the style of the "hour" at moderate price. A last smart
$astern shops are featuring in their highest grade boots at highest prices.
Our price $4.50.- S5.00
IIOFFSTEJIER' WALK-OVER BOOT SHOP

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115 $. MAIN ST.

SWAIN
713 E. Univ. Ave.

Has on Sale in sizes from a Post Cardl to
to 8x co, the finest Collection of Views
ever takens of 4Ann Arbor and the Picture-
sque Huron Valley. Hand-colored Prints
anid enlargenents made to order. Drop in and
see his work.

someone else- v liotes

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T HAT Is what you get
when you order a cus-
tomn made suit or ovecoat
-individualityite1s ed
di-stiniction mag'ied, Style
.crnphasizwp&i

ADDESSRS C SES ENGINEERS~
(Ccntinued from Pae One)
1. Dodge, J. F. Care, 1. A. K olei',
H. H1. Phillips.
Inlitation-S. T. Steen, chairman;
VV. A. Sterling, IV. A. Miller, H-. 11.
3'ikret, W. E. Reid.
Pipe and Stein-H-. L. Leach, chair-
:Pan; H. M, H-. Corey, C. A. Everet,
t+'. I. sawin, P. . Potts.
Promenade-R. NV. \W~atson, chair-
nan; S. VV. Dubee, F. H. Holloway,
Senior Reception -- C. P. Haris.
chairman; C. S. Blocishield, H. H.
crry, R. G. MAndrew, G. H. Sand-
mbu rg.
Senior Sing--E. C. Eheadman, chair-
man; E. F. Brucker, H. Huminston
E. D. Bolton, F. C. Wheeler, H4. T. K.
3rylls, W'i. L. Cooke.
Social-H1. D. Wuruer, chairman;
L C. Rowl~ey, It. S. Archer, C. Im.
Stryker, . 1B. Barthelf.
Publicity-G. D. Cooke, chairman;
W. O'B. Henderson, S. Ml. Pinkerton.
Assenmby-T. D. Weaver, chairman;
A. H. Niles, F. J. Vonachen, G. Akers.
Honor System --11-. Mulley and R.
S. A rcher.
FLONZALEY QUARTIET WILL1
RETURN TO s iA'N RO
(Continued from Page Four)
members of the Flonzaley Quartet de-
cide to spend1 weeks and months pre-
paring to present this most unfamiliar
music, we may be reasonably assured
that it is well worth while. The pro-
gram will close with a Haydn Quar-
tet, whose ingenious charm the Flon-
zaleys alone can completely reproduce.
The concert is the second in the reg-
ular Choral Union series, and will take
place in Hill auditorium at S :00 o'clock
on Tuesday, November 23.
Fresh Lits Organize Orchestra
The latest move of freshman fits
is the attempt they are making to r-
ganize an orchestra, which, once or-
ganized, will play at class functions
and parties. This movement is entire-
ly separate from the Glee and Mando-
lin club the freshmen' are now organ-
izing. All desirous of securing places
in the orchestra are to inform S. L
Bonne, '19.."
G~erman .1othorities Remand Copper
Copenhagen, Nov. 18.-Responding
to the German authorities' demand for
copper, Turk authorities are stripping
the roof of the great cathedral at
Bremm of copper and anything else
of the cathedral made of copper to
give to the military authorities. Ow-
ing to a copper famine other churches
are asked to do likewise.
Cabinet Resignation Refused
Paris, Nov. -8.-Refusal of President
Mathago, of Portugal, to accept the
resignation of the Portuguese cabinet
is reported by a Hatas dispatch from
Lisbon. The president requests Pre-
'nier Tastro to have th-n mnistrs re-
main in power until parliament gives
some indication as to who would be
acceptable as successors.

Matnes GARRICK W ekof
anid Sat. Nov. 15
DETROIT
In "The Ware Case.".
ARCAD
Shows at 3:0o-;.:30-8:oo---:30
Friday, go, . 9-kEthel Barryn~ox-e iii
George Scarborough's latest play,
"The Final Judgmnent."' Five Parts.
Metro.
Stii-day. ?N oa. 20-F raiik Sher idan in
"The Money Master," on Cleveland
Moffat's poxxerful play, "rhe Batt e."
Kleine.
"A Trip Around the World" starts
Nov. 2mth.

Quality -- Variety-Valdes
AOt~js JEWELERS iATCHE
3E.IIBERly '3.LIBERTY S
NNARB0 SILVERSMITHS NNAR8o4
SCANIRR& SEYFRLE[)

DuO "A sBit of Circ s Fun"
rfo r T >. "faNKSGIINGhial.and

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GYMAIMSHOES
FOR MEN AND WOMEFN---RUBBER OR LEATHEk. SOLES
m r c s 7 c to 1 - Just received a N ew B asket i c h e for M en
ONLY $3.00 PER PAIR-HEAVY SUCTION RULBBER SOLE

Mann's
Fine Ta~ilrd Hats
Made ?n
Ann Arbor

Sunday
Evening
Luncheon

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You've always~
side red well dr
worn ready for
you' vC never
only custom Cl(
distinction.

wanted to be con-~
ressed---if you'vc
rservice clothes
succeeded -.
othes achieve f

Factory Hat Store
W. W. MANN, Prop.
113 E. Huron St. Near Allenel Hotel
JUNIOR LIT SMORER TICKETS
CO) ON SALE AT' "FIVE IINJ
Tickets went on -.aye ye.stc'4day for
the junior lit smoxer to oe held at the
Union Monday night, the price of the
pastbcards being fixed at "five jitneys."
The program has been arranged with
the idea of setting a new mark for
excellence and originality in affairs of
the kind. There will be a talk by
Professor W. H. Hobbs and entertain-
ment numbers by the Michigan Concert
quartet and the Aloha String quartet.
Dean J. DeButts, '18E, and Halstead
Cottington, ,'19, will give a piano-ban-
jo act.
PRO FESSOR{S' WIDOWS RECEIVE
PENSIONS BY CARNECUE FUN)
New York, Nov. 18. - Pensions
amounting to $674,000 were distributed
to 445 professors or widows of profes-
sors by the Carnegie Foundation in
the last year, according to a report
made at the 10th annual meeting af
the trustees. The general endowment
now was reported to be $14,382,000 and
the income for the year $712,000. Twen-
ty-eight allowances were terminated
by death and 43 were added to the
list. The foundation in 10 years has
made allowances at a total cost of
$4,225,000 to 505 professors and 134
widows, representing 157 institutions.
COINNITTEE OF COLLEGE HEADS
RECOMMI1ENDS8 MILITARY DRILL

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A BUSIN'~ESS £IGUCATI4J

is yours, if you cani dive us a little of your time. You
can u-e shorthand aUl d ty1'ewrititg now and whell you
get out you will Eud- them steppingo stones to the posi-
tion Higher up and to success in life.
TEACHERS-TO-BE
will find it to their advantageto be able to teach the
commercial braniches. Any teacher' agency will tell
you that they cannot supply the great demand there is
for teachers of these branclhes.
A SPECIAL INDUCE-MENT
is being offered to all students that enroll before Janu-
ary i st. We have the best of instruction and equip-
ment and can thoroughly prepare you in any or all of
the commercial subjects. ;step in and 1(-t us talk it over.
HAMILTON BUSINESSCOLLEGE
Phone 342-R Stalle al ' %~ nS&~.

Wa rdSteaks
Our Specialty

OSSMAM
ROMMUM
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be ml-e tip for you qu cly,
lrantced in every ph se and
fe t-re so that you needn't
accept them it they aren' t
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604 E. LIBERTY

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M22%ke your k.ppolimttmeruts
DihA1INES(Q F" rIC " L S
an 80011 as possible for the
(Vou'li have to do it eventually; why not now?)
334-356 So. STATh ST., ANN ARBOX

General Villa Reported Wounded
Nogales, Ariz., Nov. 18.-General
Villa was reported today as having
been wounded during an engagement
that began last night at Aguadccaytos,
a few miles north of Hermosillo, So-
nora, between troops commanded by
Villa and the Carranza forces now oc-
;upying Hermosillo.
Noriveglian Steamer Suink by Mine
London, Nov. 18.-Reports have been
turned in today that the Norwegian
steamer Ulriter struck a mine near
Tallop er Li ,ht and immediately sank.
An Amsterdam report states that a
portion of the crew was lost.

New York, Nov. 18.-Recommenda-
tions that the heads of all colleges of
the country encourage students to join
the summer military training camps
established by the government to
strengthen the campaign for national
preparedness were made in a report
adopted here at the annual meeting of
the advisory committee 'of university
presidents, formed to assist in the
work of building up a national reserve
corps among college students. John
G. Hibben, president of Princeton uni-
versity, was chairman.
Ydale Receives lIillion. D)ollar Gift
'Naw Haven, Court., Nov. 18.--Appro '

TO ATTEND INTI iAT A- tll'A I.
Lansing, Mich., Nov. 18.-The dedi-"
;ration of the re-marked Ohio-Michiga-n
boundary line-will take place near To-
ledo November 24. Governor Ferris
Manager Frank A. O'Brien, of Kala-
inazoo. anid Junius E. Beal anti Prof.;
C. T. Johnson, of the uiversity, wi"l
repre, 'nt Micaigan at the 'ceremo7 y.'
RaiLoulis D. Cross to (li-c SermBo-,
"TheNewContinent" will be U
subject of the sermon at the Jewis-h
Student congregation next Sandy
evening, November 21, by RZabbi Lou"s
D. Gross, of Akron:, Ohio. _Rabbi Gros
is known as a forceful and eloquen.t
speaker.
Italian City Bombarded'
Rome, Nov. 18.-P'olune, a small cit
on the Tiace river, 51 miles north of E
Venice was bombarded by Austrian
aeroplanes. A few people were inju,'-
ed, no destruction Qf property.
Cochin, the French special representa-

THEA TR",E INov. 22
BOSTON ENGLISH
OPERA CO.
OFFERS
FOR THE FIRST TIME Ul'SIDE OF NEW
YORK ANfD CHICAGO
THE
ORIGIliAt'ALL STAR. REVIVAL
OF THE
THOE WORL-Ifi D'S
GREARTES T
COIC O"PERA
Seat Sale, Friday, Nov, 19, 10 a: m.
Prices-50-75-1 .00-1.50

If there is one thing on earth which
we would rather do than anything else
on earth, it is to ge't you there when
you are in a hurry. Stark, 2255.
noVl6tf
We aim to give the best servie on
Victrola Records. Call us upfo'
prompt delivery. Grinnell .Bros'. M0us-
ic House. 166 South Main St. Phone

Entente Visitors in France 'May Fight
Paris, Nov. 18.-The Paris city coun-
cil has adopted a measure presented
by its president, Henri G. -Ii, and Pal-
rier de Marcay, urging that all- sub-
jects of allied nations of mnilitary afire
xho reside in France be required
either to leave "the country or to enlist
in the French army; those who refuse
,,re to be confined in concentration
calmDs.

24 Hindus Executed for German Ploats Y ale und~r the will of Justus S. Hotch-
Washington, Nov. 18.-At Lahore,! kiss of this city, filed for probate today-
India, 24 Hindus were e: ecutod and The will disposes of an~estate apprais--
27 sentenced to life in prison by Brit- ed at about $2,000,000.
ish officials, accord!ing to advices re-_
ceived here today. tI is charged that1
German plots are responsible for the Pliarmics Discuss Plaits at Ieeiinig
trouble among the nation. ' At a class meeting held yesterday
________________ -afternoon the senior pharmics dis-
Call Lyndon for good pictures, cussed plans for having pictures taken
and for reserving space in the 1916
2255 2259 2255 2255 1 Michiganensian.

E rth i;',i Lenders litrit to LI tdt a
Paris, Nov. 1.-The British military
and diplomatic leaders who conferred
yesterday with other French official-
in Paris, returned today to Londoni. Ji-
is understood here that another Anglo-
French war council will be held in th
near future.- At the next one Italiay
and Russian delegates may be pres-

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OVERCOATS
fnd rfal(oalts from lthe House of
tl:riuiiheinier, on stile by N. F. Ahlexk
Co1 ., Main strektt. oct6eod-wed'
~1r zah S ociety to3)Meet November 28
Meorhsciety will not meet this
~~iigSundaybuit Nwill hold its regu-
lar meeting Nov-ember 28.

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