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Walk- Over

ALLIES GAIN HEADOWA
AROUND PDELCAPELL

IWArs GOING ON

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Our

"De Von"

Model

A regular thorougbred

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Comes also in Brown
Rinsia, Koko Brown
Siberian Calf

Cordovan~- Style 939
Price $9.00

$7.00 to $9.00

-Over Boot Shop
115 S. Main Street

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Students of the University of N'ichigan
re invited to inspect our splendidly complete line
of handsome
i1 Suits and Overcoats
Smart, Clever Models
Pinch Back, Sack Coat, and full belted, in handsome
tweeds and plain cloths, single and double-breasted.

HEAVY CASUALITIES INFLICTED2
ON GERMANS; 200 MEN
TAKEN
London, Oct. 22.-Highly successful
operations in the neighborhood of
Poelcapelle, in conjunction with the
French; south of Houtholst forest, are:
reported in a communication fromx
Field Marshal Haig. All of the ob-,
jectives were captured.
The British carried other valuable
positions southeast of Poelcapelle be-
yond their objects and farther north,
co-operating with the British in cap-
turing the southern defenses, of Hout-
holst forest, besides taking a series of
fortifying farms..
The allies are . established firmly
well beyond the southern boundary of
the forest.
The enemy by a strong counter at-
tack in the vicinity of the Ypres-
Staden railway checked the British
advance along the railway, but else-
where were unable tp prevent prog-
ress. Heavy losses were inflicted on
the 'Germans and 200 prisoners were
captured.
Scarcity of Yarn
Hinders Knitting
SoldIers May Go Unprotected This
Winter Unless Women Econ-
omize on Material
Yarn is alarmingly scarce! Our
soldiers and nurses in the rigorous
climate of northern France must go
unprotected unless personal adorn-
ment gives place to necessity. Urgent
requests for sweaters, socks, and
scarfs are pouring in to the American
Red Cross. That organization alone
has promised 6,000,000 garments.
"These cannot possibly be supplied
if women persist in using the wool
for unnecessary foibles. Loyalty
and devotion to America should pre-
vent such waste when our fighting
forces are in actual need," declared
one of the Red Cross officials.
AVIATOR DESIRED SUICIDE
AND NOT MURDER. HE STATES

TODAY
3:30 o'clock-Junior laws meet in
room 11 Law building.
7:15 o'clock-Jewish student congre-
gation meets in Newberry hall.
7:30 o'clock-Adelphi Debating so-
ciety meets in Adelphi rooms, Uni-
versity hall.
e-NOTICES
Al lstudents interested in soccer or
association football are requested to
meet at 7 o'clock tonight at the athletic
offices in the Press building.
The Adelphi house of representa-
tives will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock
in their rooms at University hall. All
Adelphi members are urged to be
present.
Liberty loan speakers are asked to
report at headquarters, the city Y. M.
C. A., at 12:30 o'clock Wednesday.
Automobiles will take the various
speakers to the different meeting
places.
DEAN JORDAN ENTERTAINS
FRESHMAN SPREAD COMMITTEE
Dean Myra B. Jordan entertained
the 20 members ofrthe freshman
spread committee at supper last night.
General plans for the spread, which
is to be held Dec. 8, were outlined at
this time and, Katherine Loveland, '20,
general chairman for the spread, an-
nounced the following committees: Fi-
nance, Doreen Potter, chairman;
Kathryn Glass, Roberta Deam. Re-
freshment, Anne Hutchings, chair-
man; Margaret Christie. Serving,
Paulene Benedict, chairman; Beatrice
Catlin, Grace Griffin, Aimee Renkes.
Decoration, Marguerite Chapin, chair-
man; Ruth Abbott, Dorothy Williams.
Invitation, Grace Hall, chairman; Ann!
Noble. Music, Elizabeth McDonald,
chairman. Favors, Ruth Jennings,
chairman; Laura Peocock. Badge,1
Lucy Huffman, Naomi Bradley. Print-
ing, Delia Immermann, Elsie Erley.
All sophomores who have not paid
their freshman spread tax of $1.00
will please give it to Mrs. Jordan or
Doreen Potter.
LIBRARY RECEIVES VALUABLE
OLD LEGAL STATE DOCUMENTS
Old legal documents of the statei
have recently been presented to the

YOST,

CLARIDGE
20eedw 635 3/

SHIFTS MEN FOR
THE NEBRASKA

$19.50 to $40

paw

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is woven into the
workmanship of,
Ruby Footwear -
woven toVa st
throughout the
usefulness of the
boots. Another
reason for Ruby
supermacy.

Appearance

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TILT

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(Continued from Page Four)
The players are looking to this
Cornhusker tilt as the hardest on the
schedule and several of them said yes-
terday afternoon that if they could
win this contest, they would keep,
their slate clean all season. This
seems to be the case, for Cornell and
Penn are reported to be weak in
comparison to the Nebraska bunch.
Yost has made another cut in his
squad, and the men on the Varsity at
the present time are:Sparks, Wieman,
Boyd, Weske, Hanish, Goodsell, Culv-
er, Fortune, Beath, Froemke, Cruse,
Rye, Cohn, Genebach, Weston, St.
Clair, Morrison, Cartwright, Garrett,
Lambert, Wellford, Bonar, Moulthrop,
Goetz.
Seniors to Elect Officers Thursday
.Nomination of class officeis will be
the, chief business of the first senipr
literary meeting of the year, Thurs-
day, Oct. 25, at 4 o'clock, in room 101
Economics building.
Three student councilmen will be
nominated, two of whom will hold the
office for the year. The other will
hold office for the first semester only(
None of the class student council-
men elected last year have returned
to school.
Everything new in wall paper is
represented in our stock. C. H. Ma'or-
& Co. Phone 237.-Adv.
You will always find bargains in
Daily advertisements. Read them.-
Adv.
MAJESTIC
EVE. 7:30-9. 20c, 25c 30O
MAT. 3 P.M. 1,0c, and 20o
"INTERNATIONAL
REVUE"

SHOES
for
MEN and
WOMEN

SEE, us Su
When in the market for Lum-
ber, Sash, Doors, Interior
Finish, Office Fixtures, and
Special Mill work.

AlfCred J. Rby
I INCORPORATED

NICKELS
ARCADE

IN DETROIT
101 Washington Blvd.

Arcade Cafeteria

IN THE

NOW SERVING-
THE PUBLIC

LS ARCADE

Where Cleanliness Is Paramount

JOHN i. SAQER,
310 W. Liberty Streit
Phone 2484 or 828-M

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r Soloist 'wanted for church
n. Call 312 S. Division, Phone
-Adv.
can get those Neolin Soles
at Paul's Place. 611 E. Wil-
vhile you wait.--Adv.

Jessie Dicken Hosum, teacher of
voice. 1327 Forest Court. Phone
1642-M.-Adv.1
A little job of painting at the right
time wil save a lot of trouble and
money. Call 237. C. H. Major & Co.-
Adv.

Pop.Mat.Wd.
Best Seats $1
Sat. Mat.
25c to $1.50

GKAR I~i Wk, Oct.2
AEICE Nights
NE0c to $2.0

(NDON, Photographer
719 N. University Ave.

Library by James H. Russell, instruc-
New York, Oct. 22.-The court mar= tor in the political science department.
tial of the headquarters of the depart- These documents are of value to the
mnent of the east reserved a decision ILibrary, as they fill practically all the
today after listening to evidence in gaps in the collection of state papers.
Mr. Russell has also been able to se-
at cure through gifts a number of books
years old, an aviation studentt fol' the Library during the last year.
Princeton, on a charge of having in
his possession poison with intent to
injure others. Compare Minds to Second-hand-Shops
Livingood denied the accusation and "Some minds are like second-hand
affirmed his loyalty to the United stores," said the Reverend Barrett at
States, the Presbyterian, services Sunday
___ate___morning. "These minds contain noth-
ing but a worthless collection of sec-
Cr Society Elects Officers ond-hand material which is never
The county committee for the Am- ithrown away."

A nn A rbor's Largest Dealer in
Eastman Kodaks and Films Amateur Finishing
is our Praticular Business and we make it our
Particular Business to get the Kind of Results
that make you our Permanent Customer
ext-Books and Supplies
For all Courses
WE SUPPLY EVERY STUDENTS' NEED
Sheehan & Co.
nn Arbor Detroit

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erican Red Cross society met at the
city Y. M. C. A. Sunday afternoon, and
elected the following officers: H.
W. Douglas, chairman, E. L. Seyler,
treasurer, Mrs. Rudolph Fisher sec-
retary.
Two large boxes of hospital supplies
and a box of sweaters are to be sent to
headquarters in a day or two.
Start Corrective Work at Indiana
Corrective gym work has been start-
ed at Indiana for men who have fail-
ed to pass the 'military tests, with a
view to overcoming their defects and
thus rendering them fit for service.

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Accessories...
That must necessarily be one very important subject-.
It is a very important business with us!

The Rev. Barrett spoke on "The Hu-
man Temple," and made a plea for
the proper development of the mind,
which, he declared, was the "greatest
temple on 'earth."
Grad Marries Mt. Clemens Girl
Word has been received of the mar-
riage of Julius L. Beers, '17L, and May
Belle McMillan on Tuesday, Oct. 16,
at Mount Clemens. Beers is a member
of Beta Theta Pi, Phi Alpha Delta,
Archons and Barristers' fraternities,
and societies. He is stationed at pre-
sent at the Quartermasters' headquart-
el's for the Central department at Chi-
cago.
Coach William's Son is Baby Giant
The center position of the Minne-
sota football team is filled by the son
of Coach Wgams, of the Gopher
squad. The son weighs more than 200
pounds and is six feet tall. The
Crimson will find it difficult to send
many plays through such a man.
Princeton End Leads Loan Boost
"Sammy" White, the famous Prince-
ton end who brought the Tiggrs the
football championship in 1911 by re-
covering a fumble and running- for a
touchdown in both the Harvard and
Yale games, is chairman of the Prince-
ton Liberty loan committee.
Washington and Lee Gets Relics
Washington and Lee University has
recently acquired a very valuable col-
lection of Indian relics from one of its
alumni, Captain Wainwright. Captain
Wainwright spent 15 years in making
this collection.

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A Song and Dance Trip
Around the World
Chorus of Beauty, Gaiety, Melody
DAISY HARCOURT
Original Songs and Sayings
ALEX SPARKS, HARRY & CO,
Preset "KAT-TAI LS"
The Act Different
LALOR & GEAR
To make You Laugh
HECTOR & POLS
Featuing Hector the Mindreading Dog
3 Days Corn. Thur.
Matinee
Wolf olk's Musical
Comedy Co.
with
GUY VOYER
-30- PEOPLE -30-
Next Sunday
MAIRYPICKFORD
"THE LITTLE AMERICAN"
Her greatest sensation

WILLIAM HODGE in
"A CURE FOR CURABLES"
A New Four Act Comedy Drama
Tues -23-EIa Hall in "The Lnittle 'Or -
phan," and Charlie Chaplin in "The
Champion" (New print).
Wed-24-Alice Joyce in "Richard the
Brazen," and Comedy.
Thurs-as-Barbara Castleton and an all-
star cast yin "On Trial," and Drew
Comedy, 'Music Hath Charms."
Fri-26-Alicetoyce and HarrytMorey in
"Within the L~aw." 8 Parts.
HATTERS TO COLLEGE ,MEN
We make and retail hats. Make Hats-to-
Order and do all kinds of hat work such as
reblocking, new bands. etc. We also sell and
reblock Army Hats.
Hats shaped tosfit the head free of charge
when bought of us.
FACTORY HAT STORE
612 Packard St., next to the Delta.
Car. State and Packard.
THE RIGHT PLACE TO BUY A HA
Telephone 1792
WuerthTheatre
BOOKINGS FOR OCTOBER
Prices: 1$ Cents=
Matinees 2, 3:30. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30=
- Saturdays-Sundays-..Continuous =
Tues-Wed-23-24-All Star in "Ras utin
the Black Monk." Also 0' enry
- Story.=
SThur-Fri-25-26-Geo. Beban in "L~ost in
Transit." Also Keystone Comedy.
Sat-27-Jackie Saunders in "Betty Be
C Good." Also Serial, "Neglected
.. Wife," No.8
Sun-Mon-28-2 -Mary Pickford in "Re-
= becca of Sunnybrook Farm." Also=
Holmes Travels -and Victor Moore
Comedy.
Tues.Wed-3o.31-Taylor Holmes in "Effi-=
ciency Edgar Courtship." Also a
- Reel Comedy, "Day an Night."

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Neckwear-great. lovely arrays of neckwear, from the sheerest of exquisitely crisp
white organdie collars, to the gayest of bright crepe de chine neckties to wear on one's
somber blue frock!
Handbags is another-a d there are many to choose from. We Dride ourselves on
their unusualness-and on their quality for thQ prices: $3.95 to $12.00.
Stockings-and that's almost important enough to have been mentioned first! Silk
ones. 55o to $3.50.
And underclothes of the daintiest kinds-sweaters-kimonos, blouses-jewelry---
You'd better visit this shoo very soon!

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WHITNEY:
Week Oct. 21
Lou Whitney Stock Co.
Mon. Tues. Wed.
WITHIN THE LAW
THE BIGGEST CROOK PLAY
IN YEARS
THURS. FRI. SAT.
The Price. She Paid
ANOTHER DIG ROYALTY
PLAY
EVENINGS 8:15 10-20-25c
MATINEES WED.-SAT 10c

OrpheumTheatr
BOOKINGS FOR OCTOBER
Prices: zoc unless otherwise specifie
Matinees 2. 3:3o. Nights 6:3o. 8, 9:
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous
Tues-23-Charles Ray in "The Clodha
per." Also Triangle Comedy (Ri
booked). Lvening r5c.
S'ed-2 -liss Clark in "Miss ci
Wasirgton." Also Victor Moo
aComed,, (Rebooked). Evening 15
Thur-251); rtha Dalta in "Thenc
Diamonds," Also Triangle Comei
and Ford.
Fri-26-Louisa Llama in "The Idol
ters." Also 'Tiangle Comedy an
Ford.
Sat-27-Baby M. O:borne in "Fear ai
Smile." Also ,3utual Comedy an
Sun-28-Shirley Msoi in "The Awa
ening of Ruth. "Also "po Childra
Cunt?"

MAIN AND LIBERTY STREETS ,*

RAE THEATRE
TODAY-June Caprice, and Lit-
tle Jane Lee in "A SMALL
TOWN GIRL." Buy a RAE
Ticket Book and Save. ,

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