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October 15, 1915 - Image 6

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a i rTHE MICHIGIAN DAILY.

Walk-Over Foot WIAear.-
FOR .,,MEN .AND 'AWO ME
Sami good old quality sol i.yor ..m Town.
Larger. selection designed especially for Colege w.-ar.

I msho7,,ing all thie .AE"S

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WTTHITNEY THEATRE'
Sat'. Oct. 16 Matinee and Night

models' of

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Cut :- tisets
;'yI b. No. 733

Liberal allowance for your old one.

You've All Been Waiting for It;
It is Coming, so Rejoice!
HENRY W. SAVAGE Offers the
Musical Hit In Years, the
Merry, Melodic and Magnificent

N-Jlow

Biggest
Operetta

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English CalI -sk 1i Bat

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GARIC Week of
otober11

Black~ Tai

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DETROIT
As : .r.'vWila F-aversham in

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Price $.00

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Hofleter'sWalk-Over Boot Sop
1 Hoffsetter5 S-4 MAIN ST.

713 "East University

H1as on Sale in siues from a Post card to
8xxo the fnuest Collection of Vie . s ever
take n of Ann A tHor and the Picturesijlw
Tiq!-on Vallee. Hind-Colored Pri nts
awl 11uiargeinen ts made to order. Drop
in acid see his work.

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FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF .ANN ARBOR OPERA
PATRONS SEATS MAY BE RESERVED AT WAHR'S BOOK
STORE, STATE 'STREET TODAT--FRI~I)AY, OCTOBER 15TH-
FROM 10A. M. TO5 P. M
1BOSTON GRAND OPE rACO
Paviowa K ussian Ballet
275 ORCHESTRA-BALLET-CHORUS 27
FAMOUS PRINCIPALS
IMonday Ever, Oct, 18 - LA MiTA 01 POR TI101
Pavlowa-Zenatello4LyneChalmers-Complete Ballet
Tuesday Eve. _- CAR ME
Follovwed° by Pavlowa-Volinine and Ballet Ruseo
wednesday Matinee - - "MADAM BDUTTEFFLY°'
M iura-Martin-Chalmers Followed by "SHCWty LAKES"
From Tsohaikowsky's "Nut Cracker-"Bailekt.
Wednesday Eve, -- "L'AMNRE DPlyTRE RE"I
with a Great. Cast (Followed by "OR PH E US ET
EURY'DICE" with Pavlowa-Vo~inino ad allet
Russe _____
MADE 1BY fANIES Ca NICEL
i the only Stuxdio on the camp'us are ln ia class
by themselves. _Ammwteizr flrxlinla
of suzperior 'xieJly.
334.3:36 So. STATE ST.,AN RB I

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(( a'On iued fromi Pate One)
eluding those noted i ,part 10, assen-
blie on laiwnI west of law builintg in
five equail eulunns of twos, he ad o
columan in line with north end of law
building..
1917 students of all departments as-
a m na)1 )1 ' eent o North uni vr-
sity avc( ltI, west of Thtti.yer si ree, in
four columns of twos, head of colu mn
50 feet west of Thaer street.
1918 students of all departmnent s -
seulie on lawr west of north wing
o0' T'ii~st hal, in Eve columns of
twos, head of columins onl line with
.forthu endl of win.
1313i students of al depart its as-
senmbie on pave ment o North I ni'ax-
sty a venne, east of In ils street, ii
fouir columns of t\Vos, hea o' co-
umnns on Ingals s reet.. Ater asseuw
bling the freshmenl will movre owa r'
to a second position.
At ti:15 oclocki the and now o:
the w'ralk in ront of iain et rance
to U7nierity hall, in ch!arge of Mr.
Tlixlctr, Nwil lead the prxecssioi.
:a sprinkle xill not 1be consideredI a
rain. It munst actla liv rain so as to
wet one's clothes, making, it unsafe,
to sit in them.
The march will then be abanldoned.
and ' the sassembly will take plae' t,
folows:
'he band ,,ill a ssemble in the ad
stand at 2:50 o'clock and play from
1:tI 0 to 3:2i0 ("clock.,
Thie president, toraitorof Ow1 tla(by ad
regents will assemble in the rooms on
stage floor' level aitwestA end o' pat-
forn, eutring by west stage eo ra ie@,
't',rlli('litd ot bulding.
The faculty will assemble and do
their robes in the rooms on the second
<and third floors, at west nd of plat-
"orm, enterig by west s age (ntrautt,.
nocrth end of building.
The GradIuate se iol si det will
a ssets l de and1( don t heir robes in the
'.orrespolntju1', oo1115at the east 0end3
0o' platform, ea7terinti by at stage en-
trance, Borth end of building.
Thle 1916G student;s will enter by the
three east front doors and assemble
Iin tihe foyer and lobby at. the 'east end.
The 1918 studets wvill enter by the
two west front doors and assemble i
the foyer and lobby at west end.
'T'e 1917 students will enter by the
wost side ctrance andI proceed to the
first balcony foyer
'he 19:19 students will enter by tet
east side entrance and proceed to sec-
ond balcony foyer.
The presldent, regents an i faculyv
will 1"e conducted onto pla0tormt
hrotigh Ithe (door at chest. end of pat-
form, and the Graduate school stu
dents through 1110 door at east end.
UN IVE U I 1(dE EN IIIUSE T1110PE
I11EAIiY FOXt? R sv IN SHOVE llTIM
Tlos i111('harge PoI toWsplyply 111
R t-oiy Classes Wih "eded
Planits
work oni the tniversity greenhouse
on the sontl ide~ of tie new sciecee
build in has been resumed, and te
g-lass structure will soon be ready fo'
use. The concrete foundation was
laid ls'4 tfall, and with tie beginning
of class-; ie botany department. is
anxioit s to see the structure co-
'pleted.
It is plmned by those in charge to
sutpp1lv al the botany classes with the
nedell lants, and students takling
suchclirtaes will be allowed to do
much of their work etier inl the
grcenhcise or in the laboratory ad-
joininlg it.
One of the novelties of dien new sen-
ecme bhalding is a dark room,' con-
nected to the1man greonhlotiSe by two
veu il'ig pipes vhica supply it witit

the samei, eailperature anilventilation
as that of t Iile lciel s&ucure.
Tenni- shoes tafor the "rush,"a\eaY
rplt, 0 s dci ve eg nwill l U
25 c :s anyHart ot the city. Stark
Ta).icab ,C,225.ocxti
1'ous, 110~ ' tl 1in __str.ct.t rtf';

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hr I ;n t I ~eer:in,
"A l 'i.5.' F iv
i Take a "TrigAroud the World".
Fietseries of travel pictuires ever
i1i-o(uced. Wtatch for date.

with MIZZI HAJOSI
anid 1notm tle orI-iraial Cast lncluimig
Chas. Meakins, J. K. Murray, Howard Marsh, Evelyn Parnell,
Frank Farrington, John Squires, Albert Hedges, Billie Busch and.
many more.
BigpSpecial Orchestra Captivating Chorus
PRICES: Matinee, 50-75-1.00 -1.50
Night, 50 -75 -1.00 W-1.50 ..x2.00
MAIL ORDERS FILLED IN ORDER RECEIVED, SEAT SALE THURS. OCT. 14, 10 A. MI.

R E THEATRE
waiimn;Poon.
(I ALAiJ STAN CH PI), , MR.
Szes ? jHours Show
} Rill Y I f'a; ll I c, F iim C .-
iti rlc'. s. ; 1 :';n
{ cnt ii '*".\ 'l':,c of o So;In l i sif
a rcel'. . ' 1 h 7v,,nyV3 eoids.
A. A. GLnS' ORCHESTRA
Mtinee; a P. M.; vring, 6:o.
DIAMONS EELERS NATCfE
SHLANE Ag I13 E R Ib
NAR0 SILVERSMITHS NNB
DO C N TOWN
HEADQUARTERS FOR
U. OF M. JEWELRY
RA ZO PflO ISS TO
BE ISTINUT SESATON
I oll wiwtry Oeeaph'41d by (eologly
Leair atnt to 1lave (aps
taa; tu i1aarium
'Vi+.ha real vivariumi to take tie
plaen 101-Ilerly ocupied by the geol-
oagy (department.till the musum, Mich-
1,4,11-1 old li~tle buildig again prom-
ises to be one O(f the most popular or
'lie camlpus. T1h live' department oi
the must uil will occupy tie entire
north side of the first floor, and will
be one of the rarest innovations on
the campus
No re-ai plans have been made for
the in~stallat101 of the vivarium, but
°-n. A. G. Ruthiven, director of tie
fltiseuiil, is assured that work will
bei viithii itfewint onts. The con-
stand builing and rearranging on
% ,, camp,, s has over-rushed tie build-
ings and grouinds department.
The vivariumo will include a large
tank and ntneroas cages, and the de-
jartuient wil nut oil exhibition all
the~ live specimens it an obtain.
The removal of the geology depart-
ilnt tto thn ew science building will
give the niuseuma sufficient space tt
display the many collectons and spei-
inus that have been packed away
heretofore in shelves and boxes.
This year andl hereafter the museum
will be open every Sunday afternoon
from 2 :00 to 4:30 o'clock to all vis-
itors.The useum has adopted this
prlan since last July and many thou-
sands have inspected the collections.
SUniversity notee
Special mHeeing of the Student
('ouncil t onight at 7:15 o'clock in
ilorth wing of University Iall.
Buy our' spedal Yale padllock for
youar leek er. S wit zer 11ard are Co.,
. t) Sotith State.
and rin (U oats froi Rte House o
hiiptnbefiron sle by N. P. Alen
Co., Mnnt street, octieod-we
A':r tls as imotter coolkd leni are
thte Mnd that Bloomfield s' ti<. at 709
.L:6ivel'5ltV oct15
t.- ' ei slw- -and : le.tohs-
soils at t~le I 'ackal'd Aa(1{'!Y
In a hurry ?" Call Stri-;, 255.
New' boarders every day al-" loom-
'h,!'. TI ^::e ia a CSC . le is d-
11 °;ri.a;; tie rhu. ind ,o' ttiiiy home
cooled meals that apeal to the stu-
daal away from homne. 7U9 orth UJni-
,rersitv. 'oCt15

W HITNEY THEATRE~

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One- Night

Monday, Oct. 18

The Play the whole world is talking about.
A. H. WOODS presents the International Laughing Success

Potash

Contains more laughs than
all other Comedies com-
bined. Its h~umor appv als
to all race s who can un-
derstand English..

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The stories made
Montague G .1A Ls s
fa~mous. but the -
Play made him -
rich.

Perimutter

PLAYING TO CAPACITY EVERYWHERE.

SEAT SALE FRIDAY

Frces: 0OC-75c-$1.00-$1:.0

WiTNEY TTRTuesday Oct.19

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PURE. FRESH, HOME MADEAN fES

0THE POUND

Betsy Ross Shop
600 E. LIBERTY ST.
Phone 369-M

Boxed
Fresh
X~rom
the Case

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LENSES CGRO U
Eye Glass Frames
Complete Optical

MIIhIGAN
PINS
F4t3
SPOON'
RINGS'
-; NOVELTIES
CIGARETTE CA\SES
75e to $15.00 ' 1
MD TO ORDER

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4.o A IF R IA
STHROUGH THE -
~HOL AN-
BELGIUM-
PARIS PARKS r an.Er sco
MANY O01ERS rc
Prices 25, 35, 50c --- Boxes 75c,
@" Today at- - - 3
MaesticToiht7
Tonight730 and9
This is the Blest Yet
WILL J. WARD and His ~7 BELLES o F SEVILLE 7
" PIANO GIRLS I
U MUSIC and SONG U I A Vs~on of the Orient, Some Dancing, Too
NEAL, ABEL The Man With the Molie Face
GLADSTONE AND TAxLMAGE
In a Musical' Comedy *Q= HER, HIM AND A TRUNK"
JOHN ZIMME-- The Clever Juggler
SUN DAY---=Williami Faruin in "TfIE HEW GOVERNOR"
CLOTHING How about your meals? Are you
from the House of liuppemiheimner on satisfied? Those who eat at Bloom-
sale by N. F. Allen &i Co., 1tlain field's are. Better get next to a good
:street wed-eoa thing. oct15

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Depart ment

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~Waldeia r Chains Pocket Knives
Pencils, Cigar Cutters and Novelties
FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING
Haler Jewelry C.
State St. Jewelers

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