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October 29, 1916 - Image 6

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1.

APERS SAY

L YN D ON

719 N. vnI vevalty'

VING TO THE SCARCITY OF DYES AND THE EM-
RGO ON WOOL, THERE IS GOING TO BE A SHORT-
'AGE QF 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 vial to you is, that in this entire
line of over five hundred weaves there is nothing but
all-wool fabrics. These, when hand tailored to your
individual measure, will give you zoo cents value for
every dollar expended.
J. K. MLCOLM
4 E. Liberty St. Malcolm Block
Phone 1718-M
Sit early f w your Mclgaesn~

THE OEPHOTOGRAPHER
Who delivers the Goods and has
been deliver ing them for 12 years
right here among Michigan Students

TEXTTBOOXS and SUPPLIES
FORAILL COURSES

K~odaks
azixd
Stzpplies

Gu'ala rLt eed
Amaeiz F

Picture -at

MAIN STUDIOS
1546=48 Broadway

New York,

N. Y.

619 E:. Liberty St.

Anan Arbor,

- Mich.

Also at
Ithaca, N. Y.
West Point, N. Y.
Princeton, N. J.
Northampton, Mass.
Hanover, N. Hi.
Lafayette, Ind.

fect Portrait ures=

rpassed accommodations for
group photographs

Y"HAS NEW PLNS FOR
FOREIGN STUDENT WORK
Student A ssociationi Provides Social
Gatherings to Acquaint Men
With Each Other
The Y. M. C. A. has adopted a new
plan for work among foreign stu-
dents this year. The "Y" endeavors
to do everything possible toward giv-
ing foreign students all opportunities
.which American students enjoy.
By a series of social gatherings,
-given to each of the groups of foreign
students, it is planned to bring the
men into closer touch with each other,
with the faculty, and with other stu-
dents on the campus. These meetings
will probably be held in Newberry hall
until the new "Y building is ready
for occupyancy. Raphel A. Soto, 'of
the University of Illinois, will speak
at the first meeting.
A social gathering to include all
foreign students will be held Dec. 1,
at which time the national secretary
of Chinese student work will be pres-
ent.
The association also hopes to open
a night school next week for foreign-
ers in Ann Arbor not enrolled in the
University. English, mathematics, and
some commercial courses will be
taught.
An employment beureau has been
maintained for foreign students this
fall. This agency has provided the
means of keeping .one student in col-
lege whose financial remittances were
cut off by the movement of the armies
in Europe.
WHAT'S GOING ON
Today.
2:30 o'clock-Meeting of Polonia Lit-
erary Circle, MacMillan hall. All Pol-
ish students invited.
8:00 o'clock-Menorah society meets
in Newberry hall.
Tomorrow.
3:00 o'clock-Fresh lit football can-
didates report to Manager Hart Ander-
son, intramural clubhouse, Ferry field.
U-Notices.
All junior lits interested in football
report at south Ferry field clubhouse,
Monday at 3:30 o'clock. Bring suits.
Senior lit game Thursday.
World War's Dead Would Span U. S.
Springfield, Ill., Oct. 28.-According to
David Starr Jordan, chancellor of Le-
land Stanford University, if the bodies
of those killed in the European war
were laid side -by side, they would
reach from New York city to San
Francisco and back.

ioc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone 296-M.
Sat.-28-Nell Shipmnan in "God's Country
and the Woman"; Charlie Chaplin in
"The Count" (Ret.) i~c.
Children's Matinee, 4:30; "Fairy's Hal
lowe'en,", "Dream Hairy," "Buster
Getsrhe Worst of It."
Mon.-Tue.-3o-3t-CLARA K I M Y A L. L
YOUNG in "THk COMMON LAW."
25C.
Wed.-Nov.-i-Frances Nelson and Arthur
Ashley in "The Revolt."

Sun.-Mon.-29-3o-Lou Tellegen in "The
Victorty of Conscience." Also Holmes
Travelis.
Tues.-3t-Wilfred Lucas and Bessie ILove
in "Hell-to-Pay Austin." Also Tri-
angle Comedy, Star Keystoners in
"Yrne Winning Punch.''lave. sge.
Wed -Nov i-Dorothy Gishi and Owen
:Moore in "Susan Rocks the Boat."
Triangle Comedy.-Fred Mace in "Bath
tub Pals."'

-1

Pop. Mat.
Wed.,
tic to $1.50

In P K E.BOKS
0 .4NS

Orpheum Theatre
MVatinees, 2:00-3:~3o. Evening, 6,:45,
8:15, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.

I

t

WAY SERVICES .IN
INN ARBOR CHURCHES
'irst Chuarch of Christ, Scientist
rmon on "Everlasting Punish-
," at 10:30 o'clock.
Unitarian Church
v. R. S. Loring speaks on "The
Kerith" at 10:30 o'clock.
t. AndIrew's Curch, Episcopal
arning services at 10:30 o'clock.
'ommuinity Chapel, Mil1ler' Avt.
dge H-. XW. Newkirk speaks on
Trial of Christ from a Lawyer's
.dpoint" at 7:30 o'clock.
First 'Baptist Church
rning worship, 10 :30 o'clock.
NoTcrth Side Un .on Church
,aer meeting, 9:30 o'clock.
n Evangelical Lutheran 'Church
Erman service, 10:30 o'clock.
inity English Lutheran Chiurchi
rning sermon, "The Lord's
;ts" at 10:30 o'clock.
Church of Christ, Disciples
rning sermon, "Heavenly Visions"
0:30 o'clock.
First 34. E. Church
rning worship, 10:30 o'clock. The
ton will be on "The Open Mind
Burning Heart."
Bethlehemi Evangelical Church
rman service at 10 o'clock.

THREE CLASS GAMES PLAYED
(Continued from page three)
strength for so early in the season.
Hamill, playing left half for the vic-
tors,. gained about as much ground
as .a certain other left half well known
in Michigan football circles' usually
does. His end runs were the fea-
ture of the game and he - galloped
around the extremities for 40 and 50-
yard advances repeatedly.
The lineup:
Medics Dents.
Sherwood-
Andrus.... ...L.E.........Oster
Adams .........L.T........Kathan
Haughey ........L.G.........Nesbet
Andrus .......... C........ Del Valle
Cudney.........R.G.........Reese
Novy-Norton..R.T....... Beekle-
Kavanaugh
Graff-Wisner..R.E..Kuehn-Dimas
Badgley....... Q.B........Thrun
Hamill-Foster..L.fi ....... Morden
Barnard-
McKelvey..R.H........C lover
Hyde.......... F.B........ Shanks
The senior lits succeeded in down-
ing the soph lits by the score of 3 to 0.
Both teams showed a sad lack of prac-
tice and to this can be attributed the
low score. The feature of the game
was a drop kick from the 30-yard
mark by Grylls of the senior lits. The
teams lined up as follows:
'17. -'19.
Jtnkins ........R.E......... Fonner

H A

Week Oct. 30
JR4RICK Nights & Sat.
I~1Vo DTOT3t.25e to$15

ARCAD E
Shows at 3:00; 6:30; 8:00 9:30

Real Values iiecond-Hand Books

Eve=Ry S'UDvENT NECESSITY

PHONE
1321 or 170-M
FOR FLOWERS
A full line of plant and
cut flower bask~ets
Goodhew Floral Co,
See Schaeberle & Son, 110 South
Main street, for Ukeleles, Martin Gui-
ments. oct~tf
Woodward sells Remington Type-
xvriters. 8-9 A. A. Say. Bnk. Bldg. Tel.
866-Fl.
Roast duck dinner, Michigan Union
today, $1.00.
Dancing classes and private lessons
at the Packard Academy. 18-tf
Call 600 for expert typewrltilig.

I

1 A i!UR? :5 ,d .PIL F:: 9E3IN OFFERIS
The Sp;-rklilg 31Mu sical Cim 'lySuccess
?4yaus . il Play of initei Chm
11By AEIiAI& FRILL
Authors of "High lJink" ad Twe Firelly."
One Year at the Lyric .and 44th Stirept 1T.eaters, Mw Yank.
IWIT it

TROY BARNES

Ada Mleade
Audrey Maple
David Reese
A. Robins
Bernard Gorcey

Walter Manthey
.Ainna Philips
Pence Noel
1'. Stanton Rek

Rlourke Sullivan
Albert Sackett
Gus Schultz
Marie IBeaudreau
JIerry Childs

And a Siniging and Daincing Chorus of 70
TILS WEEK-S-V CARtLO OPER'A CO.
FrIkDay-Lolieigrin.
Satdd.ay Ma.tinee- -3artlia.
Sa~ ray iEvening-Il Tro-vatore.

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.i

2lichigan Tire&RbeC.

Vulcanizing and Repairing
Accessories Tree} Air

337 SO.

Plain Street

Telephone 40 8-j

oct3 to 29 _________
Majestic

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ref

German X. E. Church Richard son ...R.T......... Reilly
Preaching services at 10:30 o'clock. Kerwin...... R.G.......... Anderson
First Congregational Church. 1Weisburg ........C.......... Tappan
Mr. L. C. Douglas will speak on Tuck........... L.G......... Woods
the Collegian's Revolt" at 10:30 Hopkin son ...... L.T.......... Akers
clock. Joslyn......... L.E....... Hampton
Grylls .............. , . .. Storz
Presbyterian, Church. Talbot ......R.H .... ...Given
Rev. L. A. Barrett speaks on "What Adamns.......L.H.... .. Nowlen
That in Thine Hand ?" at 10:30 Brownrlgg...... F.B......... Walker
clock.
St. Paul's Evang. Lutheran Church. Michigan Dames Plan Party, Not Dance
Morning sei'vice 10:15 o'clock. The Daily wishes to correct the
_______________error, in yesterday's issue, which
Roas siloi stak innr, ichganstated that the Michigan Dames would
Rioastsoid tea~dine,8Mchianhold a dance. Monday evening. The
________________affair is a Hallowe'en party, not a
dance.
Roast dock dinner, Michigan Union __________
day, $1.40. j. ' A nij~..Inei% G.Clb in..r4 a nji .

THlE
REAL
THEATRE

I

Today
1:30-3

Sunday

ALWAYS
A SHOW

AntewftoeDlihflVueil

OF

THE
REAL
JOY
ZONE

OF
ANN

ARBOR

,or Victrolas ann. comp
-ords at Schaeberle- &
Main street.

- j The list of men who will be in this
plete stock y t r's Glee club has not yet been de-
Son's, 110 finitely determined. Prof. Theodore
oct~tf HaLrrison will announce complete mem-
wed,eod I 'rship early this week.

Shows You Like
Three ;days Corn. I on. Night
FIRST TIME HERE
CARMEN'S MINSTRELS
"The Acme of Minstrelsy"
This Is a Surprise
MORGAN & GRAY in Willard Mack's comedy
"EVERY DAY IN THE Y EAR"
Carl & LeClaire Frawley& Wesi
Songs. Patter and Dances Advanc* d G mnasts
Just Before and after
Medlin, Watts & Towes
A SONG-A DANCE-A QUIP
Special.Election Night Shows
Owing to the interest 2 shows wile be given-first
show at 7:30 - 2d show At 9:30. By special arrange-
ment with the Times-News a special wire of the
Assoclat'Pd Press will lu'nish the returns. Both
snows will be reserved. Seiect your show.
Seats now ready

JACK

LONDON,
STRY
"THE
OF TIIE
MOON"Y

REFINE-

CLEANLI-

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FAMU

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AND

JUST
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JUST
THE
PLACE

LIBERTY AT 606

PLACE
TO
GO

Do E. GRENNAN

FOR

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Rid ing
BERTY AT 606, Breeches

ALL
THE
TIME

Doan't Mis s This
GreatlPhotoplay
All Seats 10c

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