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MANY OF FACULTY
Teaching to Be Dlvld, d by
SDuring the &jast year the Law school
has lost several memabers of its fac-
ulty. This has made it necessary that
those who remain teach more classes.
No addition will be made to fill the
Dean Henry M. Bates has been
granted one year's leave of absence.
In the meantime, he will be a mem-
ber of the faculty of the Harvard law
school. He will return to Ann Arbor
to deliver the Convocation day ad-
dress, Friday, Oct. 12.
During his absence from the Uni-
versity, affairs will be left in the
hands of an administrative committee
of five. Prof. E. C. Goddard is presi-
dent of this committee and Prof. T. A.
Others who have gone are Prof. J.
C. Knowlton, who died last winter;.
late Professor-emeritus Bradley M..
-thompson, Prof. T. A. Bogle, who
retired at the close of the last school
year, and Prof. G. C. Grismore, re-
signed and waiting to be called to
Australia is supplied with 100
species of. snakes, three-fourths of
/WHAT'S GOING ON
o'clock-Baptist Guild open
Guild house, E~. Huron street.
Cousins & Hall u~02 S.
he Packard Academy vy
andl Thursday Leenlng227:30
beginiog Otbe tik. Alo
eper couple "'Oc; siugT ' 25C.
tlessons by app.oizziime;._
dry casel-, eiough- revroe
Notice : Before engaging music for
your parties for the coming season,
consult Shorty Prescott about his
Majestic Theatre orchestra. Also his
novelty and jazz. combinations.
Special prices for fraternities and ror-
orities for series. Shorty Prescott,
Phone 158 8-J 220 W. And St.--Adv.
Dancing at Armory every Saturday
night -9 to 12.-Adv.
7:30 o'clock---Fresh:man mass meet-
ing in Hill auditorium.
7:30 o'clock-Alpha Nu debating so-
ciety meets in Alpha Nu rooms, Un-
7:30 o'clock- Kalamazoo normal
,tudents' meet at University Y. M.
Tryouts for membership in the
Choral Union will be held from 10 to
12 o'clock and from 4 to 5 o'clock to-
day at the University School of Mus-
c. Trials will continue for several
Important meeting 'of the Round-
Up club at the Union at 7:30 o'clock
The history department wishes to
announce the following courses omit-
ted from the annual announcement of
the literary college.
Uniforms will be is sued to Varsity
band men in room 328 Natural Science
building Thursday from 4 to 6 o'clock
and Friday from 1 to 6 o'clock..
History 37-History of the United
States during the Civil war and re-
construction. Given by Professor Wal-
lace Monday, Wednesday and Friday
at 11 o'clock in room 203 Tappan hall.
History 38b-The United States dur.
ing Jefferson's administrations. Given
by Professor Wallace Monday, Wed-
nesday and Friday at 2 o'clock in
room 203 Tappan hall.
History 41b-Seminary dealing ,with
history of the eastern group of south-
ern states. Given by Professor Wal-
lace Wednesday from 4 to 6 o'clock
for two hours' credit in room 206 Tap-
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"THE HAUNTED PAJAXAS:"
Suppose some one made you
a present of a suit of pajamas-
and suppose that when you put
them on-you turned into a
China Man? -Crazy! T should
See it to-night at the RAE.
Ti~D AY, O0'P
after you enroll-
you will need many
We have Drawing
Slide Rules, and
everything you need,
9flembers of the Florists Telegraph Deibery A ssociation,
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Lits, Laws, Medics!
and all others will
find just what
WE ARE THE ONLY
We eof C ye"' ;=o7 cur c=d We have seen many
of YOU COrme1 Unif W :hA been here 12 long
yeas srving "r t ; . <;'i -slid Women. Several.
or s have 'Ted to set've 1yea inthe same capacity
butin .,st hai,,;.. While teyhave made failures,
'e v 3i",-; .._!.se, ? s w as we are entering
~.ntbe shoo yr~,we ~zt y~,Mr. Freshman to
r;, stared I116'. We V want .s ;1ito know our busi-
noe-ur r=.ou -v 4 ou as a'etudent and in
aifter -ears w e vwant ou t+r'i ?o~ now w',at Pictures
of G,)Mege day_, melut to _."ery student- what a
knowledge oz ,-oray s to a man through
life. si downx and think it o rand resolve to-start
NOW %7oki7eenacp eco t now to find by',in-
quiryv or b, esnlobevto who should do your
Koda inshin-whoLas t'?e Kodak-'aud Finishing
hino s of t-11$ vnew 'hom CE?_f :'eurs.
W re i doti oto c '1_ oii mludget acquainted with.
time F betan nls dv Kodak Shop 'in
_ ii gza t~ a r i ?; mbrt ',=t we guarantee every
job-or no pay.
These is only one real Kodak Shou in Ann Arbor'
and. that is. LYNDbON'S--719 N. 'University Ave., 2
doors from the Hill Auditorium, at the sign of the
Kodak-right on the Campus-just north of the, Law
(Est. 1905, growing ever since)
Two Doors' from the ArcadeTheatre
P. S.-Open every evening until 9 o'clock-but you
can; drop your film after hours in the chute and
well take care of it next day
Here's some, good news:--We have, 9000 :stjnau
Kodaks to ren for only IOC per day. Alsn some bar-
gains, in slightly used Kodaks as well ws all the new
ones--in stock. Our, films are 'fex they don't get
stL: 'round here.
See &-or line of albums.
Come in,-end gel.-P i~4iped. I'll have some Rush
and Football Pictures for you roon.
1 111 S. UNIVERSITY
Bass Soloist wanted for church pos-
Ition. Call 312 S: Division, Phone
Buy your alarm clocks at J. L.
Chapman's, Jeweler. 113 S. Main.
Of~icers' Uniforms and accessories.
G. H. Wild & Co., State Street.-Adv.
Drawing Instruments. Unusual btr-
gains in second-hand sets, at Wah~ir's.
Opening assembly at Armory R~at-
urday night. Dancing 9 to 12.--A V.
Michigan Memory Books, Sang
Books, Banners, Pennants, Jewejlry,
etc., etc., at Wahr's.-Adv.
IForshee & Kuehnle
'I Snvstment Soourilos
Phomne 2196-J 412 first Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
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HE HOUSE OF ALFRED J. RUBY, Inc., wishes to announce to the
student body they have a Branch Shop in the Nickels Arcade which.
Sis operated for the convenience of our old and prospective patrons.
1_, Our business is "Extraordinary Footwear" for Men and Women.
i Extraordinary" is just as descriptively necessary concerning the merchandise of this
shop as the word footwear itself.
We are conscious that to build for ourselves an enduring patronage, can be accomplished
.='~ by making the name Ruby represent that which is utmost in every phase of shoe mer-
ci jdising through all the
steps of supreme materials, ultra styles, intelligent
fittgig, courteous service, and- sound values.
CiThe proof is in the purchase.
We invite your inspection.
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