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A NEW WALK-OVER
FOR YOUNG MEN
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English Walking Boot
in dull black, or
Tan Russia Calf.
Plump single soles
A io POUND BOY
would be proud to become the owner of one of
our new "Michigan" Scrap Books made especially
to preserve the little souvenirs of your Days at
the same for
A J I sthis mammoth
3 DaysSta - Monday
Girls-A Giris -~Girls
22-CHARMING BEAUTIES IN A SEETHING BLAST OF FRIVOLITY -22
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 - $5.00
HOFFSTETTER'S WALK-OVER BOOT SHOP
115 S. MAIN ST.
713 E. Univ. Ave. ,
Has on Sale in sizes from a Post Card
to 8x [o, the finest Collection of Views
ever taken of Ann Arbor and the Picture-
sque Huron Valley. Hand-colored Prints
and enlargements made to order. Drop in and
see his work.
FOR MEN AND WOMEN-RUBBER OR LEATHER SOLES
Prices 70c to $1.90 per pair
Just received a New Basket Ball Shoe for Men
ONLY $3.00 PER PAIR-HEAVY SUCTION RUBBER SOLE.
119 E. LIBERTY STREET
Two Ann Arbor Banks Will Combine
Announcements were made yester-
day at the State Savings bank and the
German-American Savings bank of the
probable consolidation of those two
institutions on January 1, 1916.
Favorable action on the part of the
stockholders of both banks at a meet-
ing to be held December 2 is neces-
sary, and it is expected that a ratifi-
cation of the directors' action will be
made at that time. The new bank will
occupy the building of the newly
equipped State Savings bank, at the
corner of Washington and Main
Streets. This building has recently
been enlarged, and additions of new
fixtures and equipment will make it
one of the finest and most complete
banking institutions in the state.
Man Loses Hand in Concrete Mixer
H. J. O'Neil, of the firm of O'Neil &
Barnes, received injuries to his right
hand yesterday which were so serious
as to require amputation of the in-
Mr. O'Neil was assisting in the con-
struction of a storm sewer on McKin-
ley avenue when he had his hand
mangled in the gears of a concrete
Grange Convention Held Here Soon
Ann Arbor will be the scene of the
State Grange convention on December
14 to 17. It is estimated that nearly
2,000 people will be here at that time.
Many other cities have tried to get
this convention, and Ann Arbor is ex-
ceptionally fortunate to secure it.
Meetings will be held in Hill audito-
rium during the three days, and it is
probable that the University School of
Music will give a concert for the vis-
itors during their stay in the city.
The Ann Arbor Civic association is
endeavoring to secure accommoda-
tions for the Grange members in pri-
vate residences, and thus far has ar-
ranged for about 300. The price paid
for rooms will be 50 cents per person
every night when there are two in a
room and 75 cents a night when there
is only one.
All Freshmen who are planning to
try out for the business staff of the
Gargoyle next year report at the Gar-
goyle office, Press building, between
5 aid 5:30 o'clock Monday afternoon.
Typewriters of alt makes, rebuilt
and second-and, 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." O. D Morrill, 322 South State
street (over Baltimore Dairy Lunch).
Sunday Shows at,s6:3o & 8:00 P. M.
Sunday, Nov. 21. -Frank Sheridan in
"'The honeyc Master," on Cleveland
Moffat's powerful play, "The'Battle."
Monday, Nov. 22.-Lyda Moreli, the
famous emotional actress in"Souls
Fu chained." five part.
Tueday, Nov. 23.-"Tlie Wrath of the
Gods," a remarkable production stag-
ed by the master producer, 'lhos..
Don't forget that our great Tl rip
.Around the World'" cones every'
Satu rday in connection %,ith our
regular feature-both for. one price.
Fine Tailored Hats
Factory Hat Store
W. W. MANN, Prop.
113 E. Huron St. Near Alienel Hotel
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SCHLANDERER & FSEYFRIED
Including MABEL HARPER, "Nut
If you miss this you miss a Treat
Get Seats now for Thanksgiving--Matinee and light
WARNING! WARNING! WARNING!
The public is hereby warned to purchase seats nr'iy at the Box Office. The suc-
cess of THE ALL GIRL REVUE has been so great that speculators are following
the show and in one way or another sscuring seats for spe-t lative parposes. Al-
though the show is exceptional, the regular Majestic scale will be in effect. Plenty of
seat; arc ve available but should be ourchased at once.
POSITIVELY THE LAST TIME TODAY
ich-Penn Football Came
Best Pictures Ever Shown
TOD A'Y 1:30, 3, 7 and 8:30 P. M.
It's good judg-
ment to ia k e
A BUSINESS EDUCATION
is yours, if you can give us a little of your time You
can use shorthand and typewriting now and when you
get out you will find them stepping stones to the posi-
tion higher up and to success in life.
will find it to their advantage to be able to teach the
commercial branches. Any teachers' agency will tell
you that they cannot supply the great demand there is
for teachers of these branches.
A SPECIAL INDUCEMENT
'is being offered to all students that enroll before Janu-
ary ist. 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 let us talk it over.
HAMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE
Phone 342-R State and William St.
Ch i ropodist
Ingrown Toe Nails
Every Tuesday at
Mrs, T} 1L STODDARD'S
Phone 2966J 707 N. University Ave.
A Photo Drama that marks an epoch
of the Pictures
Mke yoxxr mappointmnen ts
with DAINES (. NIC
as soon as possible for the
(You'll have to do it eventually; why not now?)
334-336-So. STATE ST., ANN ARBOR
and rain coats from the House of
Kuppenheimer, on sale by N. F. Allen
Co., Main street. oct6eod-wed
ONE IDEA OF LOYALTY
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is the same as my opinion of the
blanket tax for athletics-it is un-
just. If there are enough students
willing to support competitive ath-
letics to make it pay its expenses,
well and good, let them support it.
When it comes to the point that ev-
eryone must be taxed to support it,
regardless of his interest or disin
terest, I feel that it is time for the
system to go by the board. If there
are enough who take act interest in
military training to make it worth
while, well and good, let us have mil-
itary training-but voluntary. If it
comes tothe point that it must be
made compulsory to be an apparent
success, the time is ripe for its dis-
card. Witness Minnesota's experi-
ence as quoted in your editorial.
"There is too much loafing and stall-
ing for the soft# jobs, without any
ambition to learn anything of value."
Is not that the inevitable result of
compulsion? It may not be, but it
has been my experience wherever I
have seen compulsion in practice.
"Well," the sponsors of the system
may say, "let those that do not like it
stay away." That sounds good, but
this is a state university, for the edu-
cation of all, not just those who want
militarism. That it will not be for
the education of all under the pro-
posed ruling will become evident in
the number that will not come, and
that will fail to continue their work.
Were I to be under the ruling I would
most assuredly look for other insti-
tutions with more of the university
and less of the academy spirit. In
nmy narrow acquaintance there are
others of the same mind.
The faculty has taken a stand for
it. This they have done among them-
selves, but they reckoned without
Buy your Mazda lamps at Switzer's,
310 South State. oct23tf
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A store to get good clothes-Reule,
Conlin & Fiegel. nov3-7-12-17-21
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In Paul Kester' s Sparkling Comedy
Exactly as Presented in New York and Chicago
Sam Ward Steaks
those whom the ruling will affect. Of
course, they are supposed to knjv
what is good for us better than we
ourselves, but taey are far from
unanimous in their decision, -tud I
believe that a straw vote of either
alumni or students would show a
stronger majority against, than theirs
was for the proposition.
BERNHARD H. DAWSON, '16.
Students, for the most safe, speedy,
reliable economical Parcel and Mes-
senger service, call 2028. nov3tf
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