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The Michigan Daily, 1916-11-03

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PAPERS SAY

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719 N. Univeralty

WING TO THE SCARCITY OF DYES AND THE EM-
kRGO 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 hundred weaves there is nothing but
all-wool fabfics. 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

Just

Received

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Kodak
amd
utPollies

Guaranteed
Amateur
Finilshing

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J. K. MALCOLM

E. Liberty St.

Malcolm Block

Phone 1713-M

.«h1~ing the
deeve measure
edoiit
ask our
customers
to fit their bodies
into our clothes.
We MAKE the
clothes to fit their
bodies.
Every Royal Tai-
or garment is cut
and drafted to
'7 of your body
dimensions.
Our tape line is ready
for you.
To your order at
$18.50 to $40 per suit
or overcoat.

MAJESTI
Now Playing
AMAROS SISTERS
Those French Girls
BRUCE, DUFFET & Co.
A Corner in Wireless
Murphy, Howard & Rudolph
Harmony Singers
HOPE VERNON
Songstress and a Vilin
HENRY & ADELAIDE
A Change in Dancing
Election returns read from
the stage Tuesday Night
both shows reserved. Get
seats now.
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UNION TO BET ELECTION
U i HLU U U i i II L
TOTALS 0Y DIRECT WIRE
Five-piece Orchestra and Refreshments
to Keep Audience Amused
Y During Waits
With a special Western Union wire,
and a stereoptican lantern to throw
the election returns on the screen,
Michigan Union authorities are pre-
paring for a crowded house, Tuesday
night, November 7.
The returns will be flashed on the
screen, beginning at 8 o'clock and con-
tinuing until 4 o'clock in the morning.
At either side of the big dance hall two
papier mache ladders will be placed,
and as the results are announced state
by state, figures representing Hughes
and Wilson will mount them. In this
way the one in the lead will be evident
at all times.
To eliminate the tdiousnss of the
long wait, W. S. Dinwiddie, Jr., '18E,
has arranged for a five-piece orches-
tra of mandolins, saxophone and piano,
besides a number of other stunts to
keep the crowd in a good humor. In
the new dining room downstairs, light
lunches, soft drinks and smokes will
be provided, which will be furnished
at cost.tAll students, whether mem-
bers of the Union or not are invited to
come.
Give Social at Congregationl Church
A Hallowe'en social will be given
at the First Congregational church,
Saturday night, Nov. 4, from 8 to 10
o'clock. Stunts and eats appropriate
to Hallowe'en will be provided, and all
students, whether Congregationists or
not, are cordially invited.
Four Men Stage Bank Robbery
Elgin, Ill., Nov. 2.-Four men early
today entered Braidwood in an auto-
mobile, cut the telegraph wires, and
blew the safe of the private bank of
Odell and company, securing $6,000 in
currency. The inside of the bank was
wrecked.
Ale you hard to suit? Look at Davis
Shirts. Davis at 119 Main. nov3,5
High grade Kodak Finishing at Sug-
den's.

DEAN EFFINSER SPEAKS
AT TEACERS' INSTITUTE
Addresses Convention at Grand Rap.
ids; President Hutchins Talks
to U. of M. Grads
President Harry B. Hutchins and
Dean John R. Effinger, of the literary
college, left yesterday noon for Grand
Rapids, where they spoke before the
Michigan State Teachers' association
institute, which is in session there.
By Wednesday night about 2,000 of
the advance guard of the teachers at-
tending the 64th annual convention
had registered. Fully 5,000 more were
due to arrive by Thursday noon. Mem-
bers of the educational department
will attend the convention.
Although preliminary meetings were
held Wednesday, the formal opening
was held Thursday, with addresses by
Seth Reed, of Flint, one of the charter
members of the association, Charles H.
Judd, of the University of Chicago, and
James Burns, of the Oneida Institute
of Kentucky, which were followed by
a business meeting.
The institute is meeting in sections,
each section being composed of teach-
ers who have graduated from one uni-
versity. Dean Effinger's speech was
delivered before the whole convention.
It was on the subject, "College En-
trance and High School Credits."
During the convention sectional
meetings in art, agriculture, classified
education, college instructors, high
schools, education of the deaf, manual
training, and home economics will be
held for teachers interested in' these
subjects. One of the innovations this
year will be the motion pictures illus-
trating Western Michigan's industrial
development.
President Hutchins spoke before the.
section composed of teachers who have
graduated from the University of Mich-
igan at their banquet which was held
at 6 o'clock. The president spoke on
the University.
At a meeting of the commissioners'
section Thursday morning, Prof. C. O.
Davis, of the educational department,
spoke on "School Credit for Out of
School Work."
Read The Daily advertisements.

Mat GA R R IC K Weko
Wed. & Sat. RORt.30
DETROIT
KATINKA

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ARCADE
Shows at 3:00; 6:30; 8:oo; 9:30
ioc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone 296-M.
T.-2Ormi Hawley in "Where Love
Leads."
Fri-3-MabelTallaferro in "The Dawn
of Love" and Drew comedy.
Sat. 4-Edith Storey in "The Christian"
8 parts. Children's Matinee, 2 p. in.
"Helen's Babies," "The Kid Magi-
clans", "Ambitious Awkward Andy."
Mon.-Tues-6-7-Thomas Dixon's "The
Fall of a Nation." Mat, 25c. Eve. 35c.
Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:00-3:30; Evening, 6:45,
8:15, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Friday 3 Fannie Ward in "Each
P'earl a Tear." Also Bray Cartoons.
Sat.- Wm. Desmoud, and Enid Markey
in "Lieutenant Danny, U. S. A." Also
Triangle Comedy, Ford Sterling :a,
"His Lying Heart." Evening, i5c
Sun.-Mon.-5-6-Dustin Farnum in "The
Parson of Panamint." Also Holmes
Travels.

A New Supply
of Laundry Boxes

C. W. GRAHAM, Mngr.

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SENIORS

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Sit early for your "Michiganensian"

Picture at -

MAIN STUDIOS
1546-48 Broadway

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New York,

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Also at

PHONE
1321 or 170-M
FOR FLOWERS'
A full line of plant and
cut flower baskets
Goodhew Floral Co.

619 E. Liberty St.

SHEEHAN'S

Ann Arbor,

- Mth.

Ithaca, N. Y.
West Point, N. Y.
Princeton, N. J.
Northampton, Mass.
Hanover, N. H.
Lafayette, Ind.

Perfect Portraitures

Uusurpassed accommodations for
group photographs

225 E. Liberty

Darling Bldg.

9v'
WHAT'S GOING ON
Today.
2 to 5 o'clock-Senior law presi-
dential election.
3 to 5 o'clock-Tryouts for Cosmo-
politan club play, McMillan hall.
3:30 o'clock-Soph lit and fresh lit
football game, south Ferry field.
'4 o'clock-Registrar Arthur G. Hall
speaks at opening party of Women's
League, Sarah Caswell Angell hall.

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4 to 6 o'clock-Tryouts for Greek
play, auditorium, U-hall.
7:30 o'clock-Alpha Nu meets in the
Alpha Nu rooms.
Tomorrow.

7:30 o'clock-Smoker at the
for men of Buffalo and vicinity.
U-Notce.

Union

of the Alpha Nu society by Friday
night.
Junior engineers' football practice
today at 4 o'clock.
Unitarians Will Give Annual )anoe
Members of the Unitarian Student
society will give their annual dinner-
dance Friday, Nov. 10, at 7 o'clock, in
the evening at the church guild.
Speeches will be arranged for the pro-
gram.

Students from Buffalo and vicinity
will hold a smoker at the Union at 7:30
Saturday night.
Those trying out for the central de-
bate will please inform the secretary.

BA

D

B o U

CE

FOR SALE BY

pus Bootery
State St.

To-night is your chance to boost the Band-to
help send it to Cornell.

Here Are

The Features:

Authorized Dealer
for

Error in Naming
'ror was made in The

Officer
Daily's

ent of officers elected by the
tan literary class. R. C. Stew-
as elected president instead of
Bachman as announced.
Arbor's progressive merchants
e Michigan Daily as their adver-
medium.

The Vriyrad
Mandolin Virtuoso-,ames H. Stevens Arthur Murray
A Regular Rag Picker "I Want To Dance"-His Own Song Hlt.
"Ain't It The Truth"
Fred M. Adams A Comic Pantomime Sketch.
Supported by Allen, Brooks & Ward in
"What's It All About" L. B. Emmerman In Songs.
"Algebraic Antics"
"The Innocent Drummer" By
A Cast of Stars lncliding Orva Williams Helen Champion & Co.
HillmAuditorium-8P.M.Tonight

who is glove wise,l
& Place quality.

knows Demp-
Davis at 119
nov3,5

LIBEKTY AT 606
D. E. ORENNAN

rusfo1

a A
Riding
BERTY AT 606 Breeches

And Remember-Your Quarters Will Help Send The Band To Cornell.

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