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719 N. University

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THE ONE PHOTOGRAPHER
Who delivers the Goods and has
been delivering them for 12 years
right here among Michigan Students

Sheehan's

NEW MANAGEMENT

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This perfect and super-stylish
Boot pictured is one of the
most attractive New Models
for Fall.
Finest imported "Horsehide"
Deep, Rich Brown Shade.
All sizes.
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Oxiar-ateed
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TEXT HOOKS and. SUPPLIES

FOR ALL COURSES

Style No. 939
wine Shell Cordovan
P rice $8.oo

Walk-Over Boot Shop
isu S. 7Main

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"Say, Fellows!"
Fullback"--"Halfback"
"Quarterback" or Pinch Back?
We Make Your Suit or Overcoat Any Style.

$17.00 up - WARDS
--19 E. Huron-

Made-
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Measure

FIERCE STORMS SWEEP
GULF STATE TERRITORY
Seven People Reported Dead; Shipping
Hurries to Port Before
110-M'le Gale
Washington, Oct. 18.-Storms which
today swept southern gulf states with
terrific force caused extensive dam-
age and some loss of life, according to
reports received here tonight. Wire
communication to many of the stricken
points has failed, and details of the
damage are lacking.
A message received this afternoon
in Memphis, Tenn., stated that seven
persons perished at Mobile when the
wind, blowing at a velocity of 110 miles
an hour, demolished a house there.
The same message carried the informa-
tion that an unidentified overturned
schooner was floating in Mobile bay.
The gale swept the Florida and
Alabama coasts with awful fierceness,
apparently centering in the Mobile sec-
tion. All shipping in southern waters
is hurrying to shelter. Government
boats have departed from Gulf Port,
Miss., to warn fishing craft of the trop-
ical hurricane which is expected to
strike that section in a few hours. The
Western Union and Postal Telegraph
companies announced late today that
their southern wire service has suf-
fered from the gulf storm and that all
messages are subject to indefinite de-
lay.
Daily Continues
to Increase List

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ARCADE
Shows at 3:00; 6:30; 8:oo; 9:30
ioc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone 296-M.
Wed.-i8-Robert Warwick in "Friday the
73th"; Mutt and Jeff Cartoon.
Thu.-to- H. Lockwood and M. Allison in
"The River of Romance" (Ret.) and
BILLIE BURKE in "Gloria's Ro-
mance"(3rd chap. "A Perilous Love").
15c.
Fri.-2o-Wm. Nigh in "Life's Shadow"
(5 parts); F. X. Bushmanand Beverly
Bayne in "A Virgina Romance"
(2 parts); Vigman Comedy. i5c.

Mat.
Wed.-v Sat.

II DRAWING INSTRUMENTS

GAR RICK
DETROIT

EVERY STUDENT NECESSITY

Somebody's Luggage)

E .HA 'S
C. W. GRAHAM, Mngr.

Week of
Oct.16

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Real Values in Second-Hand Books
I. P. NOTE BOOKS
FOUNTAIN PENS

x--&Al ng the
wist length meastui
OUR suit looked fine
when you first put it
on six months ago--
svelte, super-satisfy-
ing.
But look at it now!
Saggy and sodden.
Sorry and shapeless'
It did n't fit-that's
the answer.
Poor fit will stretch or
slack all the style out
of any suit-in a few
weeks of wear.
Fit is the biggest word
in the good dresser's
lexicon. And the de-
finition of that word
is "made to measure
clothes."
Have your next suit
Royal Tailored; to your
order at $18.50 to $40.00.
Our tape line is ready for.
you',

WHAT'S GOING ON
Today
9:00 to 12:15-J-law elections, law
building.
2:00 to 6:00-Senior lit elections,
corridor of library.
4:00-Soph lit football practice. Re-
port at old clubhouse, Ferry field.
4:15-Inlander staff meets, Press
buildng. Tryouts come.
7:00-Soph pep meeting, auditorium
natural science building.
7:00-Military training meeting,
Union.
9:00-Junior engineer class meeting
for nomination of officers, room 348
engineering building.
9:00 to 12:00-Senior law elections,;
law building.
4:00 - Comedy club meets, new
Cercle Francais room, second floor,
south wing.
Tomorrow
3:00 to 6:00-Senior law elections,
law building.
9:00-Extra membership dance,
Michigan Union.
U-Notices
All members of last year's Glee
club who did not make the trip to the
coast are requested to try out at the
School of Music, Friday afternoon
from 4 o'clock to 5 o'clock. Vaca-
cancies in all parts still remain, par-
ticularly in the first tenors.
Sophomores wishng to try out for
assistant manager of varsity band re-
port in room 328 natural science build-
ing between 2 o'clock and 4 o'clock
today.
Round-up club smoker Friday night
at 8 o'clock, Michigan Union.
Alpha Nu meets on fourth floor of
University hall, 7:30 o'clock tonight.
Tryouts for business staff report to
Michiganensian office at 3:30 o'clock
this afternoon.
TECHNIC SCHEDULED TO BE
ON SALE ABOUT OCT. 22

Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:00-3:30; Evening, 6:45,
8:rs, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Thurs.-Fri.-9-2o-Blanche Sweet in "Pub-
lic Opinion." Also Bray Cartoons.
IfSat -2r-Frank Keenan in "Honor Thy
Nmra."Also Triangle Comedy, De-
Wolf Hopper in "The Girl and The
Mummwy." Eve. 15c.
Sun-Mon -22-23-Owen Moore and Marg'
uerite Courtot in "Rolling Stones."
Also Homes Travels.
STUDENTS
The Place to Buy
HATS
IS AT THE
Factory Hat Store
617 Packard St.
Next to the Delta
Corner State and Packard
ASK ANYBODY
We Have the Style AL , the While

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Richard Walton Tully's Hawaiian Romance
Mail Orders N*w
Seats Fr iday 10 a. m.

Whitney Theatre
Monday, Oct. 23
The Tropical Exotic of the
Threatrical World
OLIVFR MOROSCO Presents

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Whitney Theatre
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20
The Biggest Farce
Success of the Century
The Laughing Triumph of
New York, Boston and
Cbica'go.
A PAIR
OF QUEENS"
By Otto Rauerbach, Seymour
Brown and Harry Lewis
Mr. Hauerbach is the Author of
"Madame Sherry," "Three
Twins," "High Jinks," "Katinka,"
etc.
'The Funniest Play ever prodneed,
with a east and Scenic Equipmnent
Identical in Quality with the
Broadway Production
PRICES 50c to $1.50
Seats Now on Sale

Prices:- 50, 75,c

$1, 1.50

Committee of Women Adds Many
Subscription Total of Pub-
lieation

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Averaging an increase of 20 sub-
scriptions daily The Daily circulation
bids fair to far outreach any previous
work. Canvasses of the faculty and
men students continue, while the spe-
cially selected committee of 13 women
has made great progress in the work
with sororities, league and rooming
houses.
Considering the number of subscrip-
tions this committee has turned in
since the canvass began Monday night,
it is confidently predicted by The Daily
business staff that there will be 100
new subscribers among the women of
the University by the time the com-
mittee has completed the rounds.
CLASSES NOMINATE OFFICEBS
J-Lits and J-Laws Seect Candidates
for Class Positions
Two classes held meetings yester-
day to nominate officers for the ensu-
ing year:
Junior lits-President, Owen Watts,
Frank Grover; vice president, Frieda
McLellan, Marguerite Hill; secretary,
Grace Raynsford, Margaret Avery,
Alice Kraft; treasurer, George Daniels,
Chester Clark; football manager, Wil-
liam Brown, Bruce Swaney; baseball
manager, Karl Wehmeyer, P. G.
Iirause; basketball manager, Raymond
Brown, Philip Pack; oratorical dele-
gate, James Schermerhorn, Jr., Tracy
Kneeland.
Junior laws-President, Arthur P.
Bogue, Joseph B. Comstock; vice
president, Lester Hecht, V. O. Sneth-
en; secretary, J. F. Foran, J. M. Sea-
bright; treasurer, L. E. Burke, J. H.
Cartwright; oratorical delegate, V. H.
Herbert, Douglas Graham; football
manager, J. M. Erwin, M. B. Bowman;
track manager, J. E. Ryan, David
Hubar; basketball manager, James
Thomas, C. J. Newland.
Junior lits will hold their election
from 2 o'clock to 6 o'clock Friday, in
the corridor of the library, while the
junior laws will elect from 9 o'clock
to 12:15 o'clock today in the law
building.
The 11f. A. C.-Michigan football game
will be covered play by play in The
Michigan Daily extra.

PRESIDENT HUTCHINS RETURNS
FROM WASHINGTON TRIP
President Harry B. Hutchins will
return today from Washington where
he has been attending the meeting of
the advisory committee of'university
presidents on military instruction. He
was accompanied on his trip by Dean
Mortimor Cooley of the engineering
department.
U-Notice
A meeting of the members of the In-
lander staff will be held at 4:15 o'clock
this afternoon at the Inlander offices
at the Press building. All those men
wishing to try-out for positions are
requested to be present.
Fox-Trot Ball at the Armory, Fri-
at the Packard Academy. 18-tf

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Our alarm clocks
'hapman, Jeweler,
street.

are good clocks.
113 South Main
tues-eod

Classical Club to Hold Reception
The Classical club will hold an in-
formal reception for new members
this evening at 7:30 o'clock in the
basement of Memorial hall. Invita-
tions, printed in Latin, have been sent
to each student whose application was
passed by the membership committee.
Some of last year's members, however,
have not been officially notified, and
the social committee extends invita-
tion to them also.

Pianos for rent; terms -right. Schaa-
)erle & Son,;110 South Main St. oct3tf
'Phone 600 for signs and show cards.
oct3 to 29
See Schaeberle & Son, 110 South
Main street, for Ukeleles, Martin Gui-
tars. Mandolins and all Musical Instru-
ments. oct3tf

Moo

Engineering Magazine to Contain
ticles by 0. E. Hunt and
Prof. King

Ar-

For Sale By

PUS DOOTERY

306 S. State St.
Authoized Dealer
fo~r

Containing articles by O. E. Hunt,
chief engineer of the Packard Motor
Car company; Prof. H. W. King of
the civil engineering department, and
other prominent men, the first edition
of The Michigan Technic will appear
about October 22. Other phases of
this issue will be a number of pages
of college notes, alumni news and
transitory slants.
All new members of the Engineer-
ing society who have notmredeemed
their receipt stubs for membership
cards should do so at once in order
to procure copies of the first num-
ber of The Michigan Technic.

No Matinee Saturday
Get Night Seats
3 DAYS COMMENCING TONIGHT
Mr. Harrison FOR STUDENTS ONLY Copeland and
Brockbank SPECIAL Payton's Din-
and Associate Players Mr. Harrison Brockbank, the emi- i n g Car Girls
nent actor who appears at the Majes-
Oiler a Stirring tic Oct. 19, 20 and 2L in 'The Drum- LAST CALL FOR LUNCH-SERVICE
Dramatic Episode in mer of The 76th," offers a prize of A LA CARTE."
$ro.oo to the student who writes the Lewis & Lewis
The Life of The best es-ay on Napoleon and "The A PAIR OF PRETTY PRAIRIE
Drummer of The 76th," The essay SONG LARKS.
is limited to Soo words. The prize
will be awarded on Saturday night Chas. Oco t
The and published in full in the Daily. COMIC OPERA IN 10 MINUTES.
D __R. U M M E R Marlo & Duffil
SEE THE SKETCH YOU-KNOW ORIGINALITY IN GY"NASTICS
ABOUT NAPOLEON. WRITE ABOUT ALL NEW COMIC, TRAVEL AND
B 01 0F '76IT THEN AND WIN $10.00. EDUCATIONAL PICUIURES

The Michigan Daily will publish an
extra for the M. A. C. game.-Its pink.

SUNDAY-MARY MILES MINTER

3:00 - 7:00
and 8:340 P. M.

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Mr. Engineers - when in need of supplies see us
STUDENTS SUPPLY STORE
Our line of Moss & Gibbard candy will please you, Cigars; tobacco
REMEMBER--We develop your films for 10c.

Fine stock of potatoes while they
last at $1.50cper bushel at the M. & M.
Produce Co. 517 E. William. oct.18

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If it's right, we have it, or,
will get it-That's service
LIBERTY AT 606

Prof. Scott's dancing
Thursday evening. M.
Washington St.

class every
B. A.-Hall,
oct.17-18.19

1111 So. University

Opposite Eng, Arch,

Phone 1160-R

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