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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Walk-Over Foot-Wear

Guaranteed results

are what

'FOR MEN

AND . WOMEN

ame good old quality sold in your
arger selection designed especially for

Home Town.
College wear.

you want in--_
Film Development
If you find a single defect, we charge you nothing

ITTHEATRE
One Night Monday, Oct. 18
The Play the whole world is talking about.
A. H. WOODS presents the International Laughing Success

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Style No. 733

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Price $5.00

Hoff stetter 's Walk-Over Boot Shop I
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713 East University

Has on Sale in sizes from a Post Card to
8xio the finest Collection of Views ever
taken of Ann Arbor and the Picturesque
Huron Valley. Hand-Colored Prints
and Enlargements made to order. Drop
and see his work,
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Evenings at 8:15: SPECIAL WED.
2.5C-5oc-. R5R I-MATINEE
=-zoo-$ r.5n-$aqo ty I f I~Entire
Sat. Mat., at z : 1 Lower2,.F0
ANDREAS DIPPEL Presents
THE LILAC DOMINO
F I R S T T I M E I N D E T"RO I T
125 SongBird Beautiful Chorus ^1A2gmented 5
1 Clever Comedians Glrehestra 1
20 Musical Gems Fun Girls Music and Laughter
The S1Ca1,. That had all New York and Boston Singing
Th1e Mvusicat Triump and Laughing for ONE YEAR.
A Gorgeous and Magnificent Production Beyond Comparison
MONDAY, OCT., 25th Seat Sale Thurs. Mail Orders Now
THE MESSRS. SHUBERT WILL PRESENT"
THE ORIGINAL GAIETY THEATRE (LONDON) PRODUCTION
TONIGHT'S THE NIGHT
MUSIC BY PAUL RUBENS, COMPOSER OF "SUNSHINE GIRL" AND
"GIRL FROM UTAH"; BOOK BY FRED THOMPSON IN ITS
ENTIRETY AS SO SUCCESSFULLY PRODUCED IN
LONDON, NEW YORK AND BOSTON
with AN ALL ENGLISH CAST and
London Gaiety Theater Beauty Chorus of 50

MANY CLASSES TO FINISH
ELECTIONS IN TIME FOR
STUDENT DIRECTORY LIST
(Continued from Page One)
meeting have not been arranged, but
will be posted on the first year law
bulletin board in the law building to-
morrow morning.
The 1918 lit class will meet for
nominations at 4:00 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon in room 101 of the econom-
ics building, and the sophomore medic
class will hold its elections at 9:00
o'clock Tuesday morning in the west
lecture room of the medical building.
A meeting of sophomore pharmics also
will be held Monday, when nomina-
tions and elections probably will be
made at one time.
Fresh Medics to Nominlate
Freshmen medics will make their
nominations'at 5:30 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon in the east lecture room of
the medical building, and fresh engi-
neers will hold their elections at 11:00
o'clock Wednesday morning in room
348, engineering building. Meetings
for the 1919 lits, architects and ho-
meops probably will nct be arranged
for until about the midd of the wee.
Freshmen pharmics rhay kossiby meet
tomorrow, when nomina&_os and elec-
tions probably will be f1tishod at 05ec
gathering of the class. A meeting o
fresh dents will be hell Tuesday for
the purpose of nomina'oi and elec-
tion.
PROF. ALFREI) IL LL
RECEIVES APPOII M N'
TO GRADVATE DEANS11ii
(Continued from Pago One)
year he produced his 'Philosophy of
History." "The Will to Doubt," one
of his best known books, was pub-
lished in 1907. Besides his books,
Professor Lloyd has contributed many
articles to the leading philosophical,
psychological, ethical, historical and
sociological journals.
The Graduate school to which Pro-
fessor Lloyd comes as dean was form-
ally organied in 1912. Before that
time the school had been in connec-
tion only with the college of litera-
ture, science and the arts. Since 1912
it has included graduate work in all
fields of study.
Figures compiled by the late Dean
Karl E. Guthe showed that over one-
half of the students of the Graduate
school are graduates of this univer-
sity, and also that over one-half are
residents of this state. During the
last year the number of students
studying for the Doctor's degree was
greatly increased. Dean Lloyd comes
to the Graduate school at the most
prosperous time of its history and at
a time when the future is increasing-
ly promising.
YPSI NORMALS HOLD
DOU(LASS' RIDDERS
IN SCORELESS CONTEST
(Continued from Page One)
ing off to the future teachers, who
brought the ball back to their own
35-yard line. Two plays failed to
gain, and Reid punted to Cornelius,
who fumbled, but recovered. MRay
made the fresh their first down of the
day, and Hanish dove through tackle
for five. The first quarter ended as
ater party was formed.

Take a "Trip Around the World".
Finest series of travel pictures ever
produced. Watch for date.
RAE THEATRE
W. Hurcn St., Opposite D. U. R.
Waiting Room.
ALAN STANCHFIELD, MGR.
SUNDAY----Mix Figman in "The
II oosjc, Sclheolinaster.''
MONDAY, OCT. i8- Broadway Uni-
versal Feature, MARY FULL FR in
I'nder Southern Sies.'' A superb
cturizatonI of Lottie Blair ltarker's
b.101 ook. In 5 acts.
A.CREAT LOCO COMEDY
GOOD ORCHESTRA
caturday, Sunday, and{ Holidays con-
IAMONOs JEWELERS ATCFI
S NLANOE F r EYFRIp
II31iIBETy
ARB 0 ILVERSMITHS NNAR
DOWTN TOWN
HEADQUARTERS FOR
U. OF M. JEWELRY

The stories made
Montague G ! a s s
tamous, but the -
Play made him
rich.

ARCADE
Shows at 3:00-5:30--8:00--9:30
Monday, Oct. 8 -Harry Meystayer in
the lpicturization of Arna Katherine
(Green's famous detective story, "The
Millionaire Baby.' Six parts.
TuesdayOct., 9-Francis X. Bush'-
man and Beverly Ba.)-e in George
Barr M eCutcheon's celebrated story,
"C ranstark." Six parts.

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Contains more laughs than
a 1 i other Comedies com-
b ned. Its humor appeals
to all races who can un-
d, stand English.

Perinmutter

PLAYING TO CAPACITY EVERYWHERE.

SEAT SALE FRIDAY

Prices: 5OGc-75c-$1.OO-$1.50

WHITNEY THEATRE, Tuesday Oct 19

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CPA L IFOR NIA
EXPOSITIONS
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CAST INCLUDES
rOne + LADY CLIFF
AUDREY MAPLE
DOROTHY MAYNARD
RENE PARKER
iC:11 ALICE GORDON
tted ' ()CYRIL CHADWICK.
Jedy Not WILFREDSEAGISAM
ALFRED HEMMING
chered STEWARD BAIRD
PHILIP TRAVERS
Ada pter's CECIL COVELLYs DADNIB
AdaptEDsARD NAIMBY
AND OTHERS-
S WILL BE THE REAL SOCIETY MUSICAL

Replete With
Delicate
Clharm and
Piquancy
Augmented
Orchestra

EVENT OF THE SEASON

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MADE BY DA IES (a NICKELS
fri the only Studio on ,the Campus are i a. class
by themselves. Amateur finis hin i
of superior quality.
334-336 So..STATE ST., ANN ARBOR.
HE "UKULELE"
Is the most popular string musical instru-
ment of the times.
Played by College Men Everywhere!
Glee Clubs never fail to win tremendous encores
with the Genuine "Nunes & Sons" sweet tone
"Ukulele," made in Hawaii.
We Have Just Received A Large Shipment.

d1Li +iLt1EDI wI1ri COMEDY TO
~eF.N A !;(tax31AYNARD STREET
f11I'[ hUSE TOMORROW NIGHT
A bill filled with comedy opens at
the Majestic tomorrow night. It is an
unusually strong one and promises to
furnish more laughs than any bill this
season.
The headliner is Al Fields & Co., who
present a comedy skit called "They
Misery of a Hansom Cab," being a
burlesque of that famous book and
play, "The Mystery of a Hansom Cab."
Verna Mersereau is featured in a
classic offering, "A Romance of Old
Egypt." Willing and Jordan have a
song sketch at the piano. It's the
kind that makes you sing, dance, keep
time and whistle to their accompani-
ment.
Girlie, Wolgast and Girlie are a trio
of sensational aerialists, dare-devils
on the flying trapeze. The Avond
Prince trio have a novelty musical act.
They play on all kinds of musical in-
struments, featuring saxophones.
Much Interest in Y. W. C. A. Campaign.
Under the direction of Miss Eva
Lemert, the 1915-16 Y. W. C. A. mem-
bership campaign was begun yester-
day. Twice as many have already
signed membership blanks as up to
the same time last year.
Barry Mestayer in "The Millionaire
Baby," exciting detective story, at the

FRUlIT (GRi E0S OF COUNTY
IIOL!) IPORT IAN METINA
Nearly 40 prominent fruit growers
attended the meeting of the Washte-
naw Horticultural society held yester-
day afternoon in the council chamber
of the city hall.
The members were- addressed by
Prof. T. R. Taft, of M. A. C,, on the
topic of "Orchard Possibilities in
Michigan." Prof. Filibert Roth, of the
university, also made a short address.
The election of officers followed,
which resulted in the re-election of
all of last year's officers for the ensu-
ing season.
See "The Millionaire Baby" at the
Arcade on Monday r t0 17
Ferancis X. Bushman and ' Beverly
Bayne in "Graustark." Arcade, Tues-
day. Oct17
Francis X. Bushman and Beverly
Bayne in "Graustark." Arcade, Tues-
day. Oct17

Prices 25, 35, 50c---Boxes 75c

The private canoe houses at the U.
of M. Boat Livery will close for the
winter, Monday, Nov. 1st. Anyone
wishing to repair or change their ca-
noe, or remove anything from lockers,
must do so before Nov. 1st.
Octl7-19-20-21
See "The Millionaire Baby" at the
Arcade on Monday. Oct17
Call 2255 for a Stark Taxicab.
"We'll be there." oct5tf
The Kempf Music Studios. Piano,
voice, pipe organ. Leave orders for
fine piano tuning. 312 South Division
SI. Phone 212-J. Wed-Sun
- TES
for men, best known makes at reason-
able prices, on sale by N. 1'. Allen &
Co., Main street. wed-eod
Phone 57 and we will deliver a
pound of the finest roasted peanuts
for 10 cents. oct16-17-19-20-21-22

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Arcade, Monday.
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Kenneth Wiseman'
Member of the Los Angeles Ad Club Quartette
and wbat he thinks of the M. Nunes & Son's
Ukuleles

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Gentlemen:
I have tried a dozen different mal es of Ukuleles but for the
past several years I have u-ed exclusively the instrument
made by M Nunes & Sons The tone of this Ukulele is
BIG, D EEP and very RICH in quality and from my per-
sonal experience I find that these necessaly qualities are
usually lacking in the other makes of Ukuleles.
Respectfully yours,
KENNETH WISEMAN
GrinnellBros'.Music House

Ypsi kicked across the goal line, and
Hanish punted to Mead, who returned
52 yards to the fresh 18-yard line.
Reid's drop kick was both blocked and
recovered by'Peach. Reid tore off 35
yards through left .tackle, being
downed on the eight-yard line. A fum-
ble cost the fresh one down. Snider
failed against right tackle. Ypsi was
penalized half the distance to the line
for holding. McRay lost two yards.
Snider dove a yard and Cornelius
committed his costly fumble, losing
the ball, as it was fourth down. Reid
punted from behind his own goal line,
and Dunbrook dropped McRay in his
tracks, then nailed the same party
for a five-yard 'loss. Again Peach
tried to drop-kick, this time at 50
yards, and again it fell sort. With
less than a minute to play, another
drop-kick was aimed, but the kick was
blocked.
See "The 1\lillionaire Baby" at'the
Arcade on Monday. Oct17
"Graustark," the story of love be-
hind the throne. Arcade. Tuesday.
Oct17

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_TNEATRE

Mats.--Tues.-Wed.
Fri.-Sat.-10e-1c
Nights 7:30 and 9
15e - 25c - 30e
Sundays
1:30 -3:00-7:08 -8:20

3 DAYS : : STARTING TOMORROW (MONDA'V) NIGHT
GEE WHAT A LAUGH THE FAMOUS FUNSTER
Presenting "THE MISERY OF A HANSOM CAB" It's Just One Long Lapgh for 20 Minutes
Vera Mercereau-In "A Romance of Old Egypt"
WILLING & JORDAN--In a New Offering-Songs and Piano
AV ON DA PRINCE TRIO Girlie, Wolgast and Girlie
IN A NOVELTY MUSICAL OFFERING . IN A SENSATIONAL AERIAL ACT
Owing to Prejudiced Objection Don't Fail to see BETTY NANSEN in
II h"The Nigger" Will Not be Shown "TheResurrection"
(SUNDAY) ONLY 1:30-3:00-7:00- and 8:30 P. M. All Se as1

IT'S GOOD

e State Agents.

116 So. Main St.

Phone 1707

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When we roast peanuts, we use a
eial process to give them the
vor th.'4 nur peanuts are noted for.
oan & Co_, Ltd., 214 South Main
ree t. oct16-17-19-20-21-22

Grinell Bros., 116 South Main St.,
have some very fine pianos for rent.
See them before deciding. Phone
1707. Expert tuning a specialty. .
oct16-17-19

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