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The Michigan Daily, 1916-10-20

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APERS SAY

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ING TO THE SCARCITY OF DYES AND THE EM-
RGO ON WOOL, THERE IS GOING TO BE A SHORT-
AGE OF GOOD WOOLENS FOR MEN'S CLOTHES.
This is true, BUT our showing for Fall and Winter
does not evidence it. We have the best assortment of
all wool fabrics for men's Suits and Overcoats that we
have ever displayed-and at prices within reach of all.
Our $25.00 line will be a pleasant surprise to you.
What is even more vital to you is, that in this entire
line of over five huidred weaves there is nothing but
all-wool fabrics. These, when hand tailored to your
individual measure, will give you ioo cents value for
every dollar expended.

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

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NEW MANACEMENT

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Kodaks
.ad
Sppliles
ALL ARRANG EM ENTS
NOW COMPLETE FOR
ANNUAL FALL RUSHi

Guaranteed
Amateur
Inishizig

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Wed. & Sat.

GAR RICK
DETROIT

Week of
Oct. 16

J. K. MALCOLM

E. Liberty St.

IN

Malcolm Block

Phone 1713-M

CONTEST WILL OPEN AT

TEN

WITH ARRIVAL OF CLASS
TO ATTACK POLES

Somebody's Luggagel
ARCADE
Shows at 3:00; 6:30, 8:oo;_9:30
xoc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone 296-M.
Wed.-t8-Robert Warwick in "Friday the
13th"; Mutt and Jeff Cartoon.
Thu.-ip. H. Lockwood and M. Allison in
"The River of Romance" (Ret.) and
BILLIE BURKE in "Gloria's Ro-
mance" (3rd Chap. "A Perilous Love").
r5c.
Fri.-2o-Wm. Nigh in "Life's Shadow"
(5 parts); F. X. Bushman and Beverly
Bayne in "A Virgina Romance"
(2 parts); Figman Comedy. x~c.

TEXT BOOKS and SUPPLIES
FOR ALL COURSES
Real Values in Second-Hand Books
I. P. NOT BOOKS
FOUNTAI PENS
DRAWING INSTRUE ETS
EVERY STUDENT NECESSITY
C. W. CRAHAM1,Mgr.

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NE LANDERS 213 E.
OR
14 LOWiERS LIBERT

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All those who want "Mums"
>r the M. A. C.-Mich. game

hould order today.

Chrysan-

iemums are

scarce

this

year

FERRY FIELD SCENE OF FRAY
Rules Prohibit Grease or Powder and
Necessitate Tennis Shoes; Year-
lings Must Defend Flags
Final plans for the annual fresh-
soph rush which is to take place at
10 o'clock Saturday morning on south
Ferry field are now completed and the
officials have been appointed.
The officials are from the senior
class and are as follows: W. K. Nie-
man, C. F. Cross, E. E. Mack, J. C. B.
Parker, R. W. Collins, E. E. Hawkes,
H. K. White, R. E. Folz, H. A. Fitz-
gerald, K. S. Burge, F. P. Randall, H.,
G. Muzzy, E. B. Palmer, L. B. Hadley,
J. F. Meade, T. S. Cox, A. E. Hecker,
J. C. Robbins, G. A. Howland, J. R.
Watkins, J..E. Sanders, and the mem-
bers of the student council.
The first event will be the pole rush.
As in previous years, there will be
three poles, a central, an east, and
a west pole. The central pole will
count for three points while the end
poles.will count for one point each.
The freshmen will be the defenders
while the sophomores will be given 30
minutes in which to remove the 1920
banners from the poles.
Directly following the pole rush, the
cane spree will be staged. Only 30
men from each class will take part in
this event. The sideshaving the great-
est number of canes at the end of 15
minutes will be awarded one point.
Following are the rules of the con-
test:
Sophomores will meet in front of
Tappan hall at 9:30 o'clock.
Freshmen will meet around the
campus flag pole at 9:30 o'clock.
All contestants must wear tennis

PHON E

Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:00-3:30: Evening, 6:45,
&:15, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Fri.-2o-Blanche Sweet in "Public
Opinion." Also Bray Cartoons.
Sat -21-Frank Keenan in "Honor Thy
Name." Also Triangle Comedy, De-
Wolf Hlopper in "The Girl and The
Mummy." Eve.1sc.
Sun.-Mon -22-23-Owen Moore and Marg'
uerite Courtot In "Rolling Stones."
Also Holmes Travels.

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Whitney Theatre
Monday, Oct. 23
The Tropical Exotic ot the
Threatrical World
OLIVFR 4OROCO Presents
-f~mI $

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The Igef Farce
Suizcesso1 the Ccztury
The Laughing Triumph of
New York, Bos ot and
Chicago.
"A PAIR
OF QUEENS"
By otto Banorbach,seymour
Brown and liarxy Lewis

TONIGIT

Whitney Theatre

wing to the fact that they are
week late, due to weather con-
itions*

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1321 or 170-M
FOR FLOWERS
A full line of plant and
cut flower basixets
Goodhew Floral Co.
225 E. Liberty Darling Bldg.

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Richard Walton Tully's Hawaian Romance
Seat Sale To-day
10:00 a. iM.

Mr. Hanerbacl9 is the Author of
"Madame Sherry," "'Three
Twins," "igh Jlniks-" "Katinka,"
etc.

Prices:- 50, 75,c $1, 1.50

We have 1000 of the finest
variety grown in this part of
the country and can supply you
with any quantity.
We also have everything else.
in cut flowers and- will be glad
to deliver an order for you.

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PHONE

LANDERS
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FLOWE R S

213 E

294

LIBERTY

Local Member Florist Telegraph Delivery Ser-
vice. Flowers by Wire to All The World.

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NCE AND SUPPER AT UNION
eial Party to Start After M. A. C.
Mass Meeting
ickets for the dance tonight are
1 on sale at the Michigan Union.
ording to the committee in charge
dance will not start until after
M. A. C. mass meeting, so as to

DIRECTOR OF BEREA COLLEGE
TALKS AT BARBOUR GYMNASIUM
"Mountain Whites Around Berea"
will be the subject of a talk to be
given by Mrs. Anna Ernberg, director
of firesides industries at Berea college,
Kentucky, at 10 o'clock this morning
in Barbour gymnasium. She will deal

shoes.
Freshmen will wear green paint on
foreheads.
Sophomores will. march down to
Ferry field first, remaining under the
stadium until time for the contest to
start.
Freshmen will follow and surround
the three poles at the south end of
Ferry field.
At 9:55 o'clock sophomores will
come from under the stadium and
form at southwest end of Ferry field.
There shallbe no greasing of poles
or throwing of powder and thelike.
Contest to last thirty minutes, or
until any time before then when all
three flags have been removed from
the poles by the members of the sopho-
more class.
Onecshot of the gun means to stop
or resume contest.
Three shots of gun means stop con-
test.
Hands in air is signal for man down.
When a man is down contest will
stop immediately until one shot for
resuming is fired.
WHAT'S GOING ON
Today
3:00-Comedy club tryouts, Sarah
Caswell Angell 'hall.
4:00-Fresh architects meet, room
312 engineering building.
4:00-Fresh law nominations, room
B law building.
7:30-"Pep" mass meeting, Hill au-
ditorium.
2:00 to 5:00-Junior lit class elec-
tions in the corridor of the main Li-
brary.
3:00 to 6:00-Senior law elections,
law building.
9:00-Extra membership dance,
Michigan Union.
8:00-Sachett hall club banquet at
Delta cafe.
2:30 to 5:30--Fresh engineers' elec-
tion, room 348 engineering building.
Tomorrow
9:30-Sophomores meet in front of
Tappan hall.
9:30-Freshmen meet at flag pole in
center of campus.

t everybody attend the meeting. with the lives and industries of the
The chaperons for the dance are: people about Berea. The talk is given
rof. R. W. Aigler and Mrs. Aigler, j under the auspices of the D. A. R.
rof. F. S. Breed and Mrs. Breed. The An exhibition and sale of the in-
mmittee in charge as announced by dustry of the college will be held at
B. Palmer, '17, chairman, are: L. the gymnasium from 9 to 3 o'clock to-
Heustis, '17P; R. E. Gault, 19; and day. The public is invited.
G. Yerkes, '20.
The dance will include a supper of inTe A3. A. C. football extra will be
gad, ice cream, cake and coffee. i pink. Get one.
LIBERTY AT 606
De E. GRENNAN
Keal
Custom Tailoring
Golf Riding
Knickers LIBERTY AT 606 Breeches

10:00-Fresh-soph flag rush, Ferry
field.
2:30-M. A. C. football game, Ferry
field.
9:00-Membership dance, Michigan
Union.
U-Notices
All sophomore lit football tryouts
are requested to report to Bruce Tap-
pan, '19, at the intramural offices,
Ferry field, at 4 o'clock this after-
noon. Each one is asked to bring
suits.
Junior engineers are asked to try
out for the class football team. A
meeting will be held at 4 o'clock this
afternoon. Bring suits. If unable to
come call Norman Ibsen, '18E, at 131.
Students from Ferris Institute who
are now attending the University, will
hold a "get-together" party tomorrow
evening in the Unitarian Guild hall.
Music will be on the program and a
lunch will be served.
All candidates for the senior lit
football team meet at the intramural
clubhouse at 3:30 o'clock today.
To members of the J-lit class:
I hereby withdraw my name as a
nominee for basketball manager of
the J-lit class,
(Signed) PHIL PACK, '18.
Your head either deserves or needs
a good covering. DAVIS hats are
guaranteed a year. Davis, at 119
Main. oct.20-22
When you thing of haberdashery,
think of Davis, at 119 Main. oct.20-22

ALBERT

MAJESTI
M -7:3and 9P.M.C
YOU CAN'T BEAT THIS
SHOW FOR THE PRICE
HARRISON BROCKBANK
AND PLAYERS
LEWIS AND WHITE
CLEVER SINGERS
CHARLES OLCOrT
Comic Opera In 10 Minutes
M 4RLO AND DUFFY
EXPERT GYMN ASTICS
A MUSICAL TREAT
COPELAND AND PAYTONS
DINING ROOM GIRLS

MERCH ANT TAILOR
108 E. Washington St.
2nd. Floor.

Tailoring Services at Right Prices
Clothes that are individually tailored here are guar-
anteed to give absolute satisfaction in every detail; and
you get beautiful woolens, expert workmanship and
the very latest styles.
For every Dollar I spend for Rent, the GROUND
FLOOR MAN spends FIFTEEN. See where I SAVE
and how I can make You LOWER PRICES?
Why Give It to the Landlord?
Put It on Your Back.
Special Attention Paid to Alteration and Repairing.

VIA

The Funniest Play ever produced.
with a cast and Scenic Equipment
Identical in Quaiity with the
Broadway Production
PRICES50c tu $1.50
Seats Now on Sale

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NOTICE

OF

REMOVAL

We wish to inform you that we have
move d our Factory and Salesroom
from our former location on Huron St.
to 617 Packard St., next to the Delta.
cor. State and Packard.

GANSLE

WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE

FACTORY HAT STORE
(New location)
617 PACKARD STREET.Next to the Delta
Cor. State and Packard

Leave your film at the Delta. The Michigan Daily will publish an
octS to 29 extra for the M. A. C. game.-Its pink.
"Ike" Fischer's orchestra at Arm. Woodward rents typewriters. 8-9 A.
ory, Saturday night. oct.20-21 A. Sat. Buk. Bldg. Tel. 866-F1.

It's pink-watch for it.

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