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Our windows are full of the
season's authoritative styles.
Conservative staples and pop-
ular Novelties. No matter
what your taste, we can serve
you. Widths A A to E, and
salesmen who will fit you
while others follow.
Kodaks andt Amneteur
719 N. Uiveralty Ave.
6 and $7
Hoff ste tte r 's
Walk-Over oot Shop
115 5. Zlain
UNION PICKS BIG
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'18, Richard Rievall, S. W. Sedgwich,
W. 0. Lampe, James McLinstock, G.
W. Fenslow, J. B. Hadley, Hanlan
Walker, Leonard Thorsch, David Pin-
kerton, Coan Adams, '18, William
Grause, Russel Fort, Fred Sutter.
GARRICK-Pop. Mat. Wed., 25c to $1.
Nights & Sat. Mat., 25c to $1.50
The Success of Two Continents
A PAIR OF SILK STOCKINGS
Cyril Harcourt's 3-act Comedy
Next Week: "Alone at Last"
Shows at 3-00', 6:30; 8:00; 9:30
TEXT BOOKS and SUPPLIES
FOR ALL COURSES
Real Values in Second-Hand Books
I. P. NOTE BOOKS
ioc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Tues., 3--Dorothy Bernard and Glen
White in "Sporting Blood" ; Mutt &
\Wed.., 4-I;, K. Lincoln and Frances
Nelson in "The Almighty Dollar";
Mutt &, Jeff Cartoon.
Tlhurs., 5-Mme. Petrova in "The
Eternal Question" (Ret.), and BIL-
LIE BURKE in "Gloria's Romance"
(st Chap. "Lost in the Everglades")
i~c. (Season tickets $2.5o.)
EVERY STUDENT NECESSITY
O TO WARD'S
SSY KUT KLOT1HES
Suits and Overcoats $17 and up
Made to Measure
F. E. CHASE Ilgr.
118 E. HURON ST.
C. W. CRAHAM, Mngr.
Freshman Reception Committee
Kemp Burge, '17, chairman; Don
Smith, Theo. W. Adams, '17, Geo.
Johnston, '19M, Johnson Kenyon, '17,
C. V. Sellers, '17, R. B. Frantz, '17E,
THE HOME OF PARAMOUNT AND
Matinees, 2:00-3:30; Evening, 6:45,
Develop Films and Plates,
make Prints and Enlarge-
ments of all sizes; make
Take Pictures to order, in-
doors or out, any size,
anywhere, any time.
Have for Sale the most Ar-
tistic Views ever made in
and around Ann Arbor.
Give the same careful expert
attention to your work as
to my own.
strict Manager for Washtenaw County, with Detroit privi-
for the New England Mutual Life Insurance Company of
i, the oldest Company in America and having a large and
tial business in Michigan. The rapid and steady growth of
surance promises very substantial progress to men of good
ter, courage and industry. Applicant must be well and fav-
known. The right man will be financed as reasonably re-
Address, giving full information,
UITTER V~ THOMPSON State Agents
693 Penobscot Bldg.
R. W. Hurbert, J. C. Barron, '18, W'
C. Allee, '18L, H. Gray Muzzy, '17, Wm.
J. Edwards, '17, W. D. Nance, '17,
Ralph Gates, '17L, Herbert Burnagin,
'19M, Elmer Schacht, '18E, Harry
Reber, '17L, Norman Bolles, '18, H1. L.
Caroll, '17E, Thos. Paisley, '17, Owen
Watts, '18, H. F. Becker, '19M, Rich-
ard Khuen, '19E, G. Br ll Pearson,
Ferris Fitch, '17L, F. P. Randall, 17,
Gordon Smith' 17E, Ilipbp Foltz, '17,
Harold Taylor, '17,x. WV. Seabury, '17E,
Andrew Haigh, Tom Reid, '17,
Norman Ibsen, '8i .
Roomg Lt Committee
Frederick 'hieme, '18E, chairman;
L. G. Hub>:rt, '17E, S. S. Attwood,
'18E, Hard Reeves, '18, James Dris-
coll , '18.k
Empioymuent Bureau Committee
Theodore Cox, '17, chairman; Ches-
ter I ane, '18, Ernest Wunsch, '18, Phil
Pack, '18, Richard Woodward, '18,
Charles WV. Fisher, '18.
clu"nts' -Directory Committee
John Newmann, '17E, chairman,
Robert Daugherty, '1.9, Lewis S. Crane,
'18, Don Kindner, John N. Chase, '19,
Herbert Drake, '19.
All classes sign now for tennis tour-
nament, Barbour Gymnasium.'
1917-1918 sign now for elective
hockey, Harbour Gymnasium.
It is o['im:perative importance that
all medical and physical appointments
be kept and be on time.
Gymnasium clothes left in lockers
last June must be claimed between
October 6 and 14. Otherwise they will
The first Y. W. C. A. vesper service1
will be held at Newberry Hall Octo-I
ber 11, at 5:00 o'clock. Dean Myra B.:
Jordan will speak. All University wo-I
men are cordially invited to attend the,
The opening tea of the Women's
League will be given Monday, from
4:00 to 6:00 o'clock at the Barbour
gymnasium. This tea is given espe-i
cially for the benefit of the fresh-,
men and the new members of thet
Gymnasium registration of freshman
girls in the director's office must be
completed by Wednesday, October 4.
Every freshman is required to make
ophomore girls register for medical
examination and fall, sports in the
director's office now. Registration
must be complete by Saturday noon,
All upper class girls taking required
work and allnew girls wishing to elect
any form of gymnasium work during
the year are requested to make ap-
pointments for medical examinations
now in the director's office, Barbour
gymnasium. Office hours, 9:00 to 12:00,
1:30 to 4:30 p. m. daily.
Dancing classes every Monday and
Thursday evening at 7 o'clock begin-
ning Oct. 9. Private lessons by ap-
pointment. Children's class every
Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock. oct3
SPECIAL NOTICE TO PERSONS
KEEPING BOARDERS OR ROOMERS
-You are hereby directed until fur-
ther notice to furnish for drinking
purposes to persons rooming or board-
ing with you, only boiled water or
water positively know o be safe.
JOHN A. WESSINGER, M. I:D .z
All freshmen women are required
to attend the meeting to be held this
afternoon at 4 o'clock in Sarah Cas-
Yell Angell Hall.
Every house of five or more women
is required to elect a house repre-
sentative to the Women's League be-
fore Wednesday, October 11. Names
should be sent to Dean Jordan by that
Women wishing to work on the
Michigan Daily should report to the
Women's Editor today between 1 and
3 o'clock, at the Daily office.
Junior advisors meet Tuesday from
4 to 6 at the Sorosis house.
LIT ENROLLMENT BEATS
3ARK OF LAST YEAR BY 198
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The figures also show that the wom-
en like to get to town and get settled
before the men. Last Wednesday was
the high-water mark for the women,
195 enrolling. The men were away be-
hind last week, but are now picking
up as the enrollment of 477 of yes-
Returns from the medical college
show a gain over last year, 268 hav-
ing registered to date. The dental
college also reports an increased en-
rollment, 309 having signed up in this
department. The Law school an-
nounces an enrollment of 134 this year
as compared with 191 at the same time
last fall. This is a loss of 57. No
figures were available in the college
of engineering last night, but Assist-
ant Dean W. H. Butts stated that there
was a considerable increase over last
year. Last year the engineering col-
lege was the largest in the United
I .As-, 3- DeWolf Hopper in "Strand-
ed." Also Triangle Comedy, Wm.
Cullier in "Never Again. eve. x Sc.
Wed., 4.-Marguerite Clark in "Silks
and Satins" Rebooked.
Thurs.-Fri., 5.s-Wallace Reid and
Cleo Ridgely in "The House of the
Golden Windows." Also Bray Car-
The Place to Buy
10 A T S
IS AT THE,
Factory Hat Store
617 Packard St.
Next to the Delta
Corner State and Packard
We Have the Style ALL the While
THEAT R E
FRIDAY and SATURDAY I
Oct. 6 and 7 Mat. Sat.
c Directs from nine months in
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Chicago and 5 months in
r ' Endorsed by the Clergy of
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200 E.Washington St.
TO THE HEADQUARTERS FOR
total enrollment last year was
It is confidently expected that
reach the 7,500 mark this year.
PRICES 25-35-50 CENTS;
Students electrical supplies
Study lamps, shades, extension cords, heating de-
vices and everything electrical.
Repair Work Given Prompt Attention
Washtenaw Electric Shop
"THE SHOP OF QUALITY"
If it is not right, we make it right
aeberle & Son, 110 South
et, for Ukeleles, Martin Gui-;
lolins and all Musical Instru-
clocks, $1.00 up. Chapman,
13 South Main St. tues-eod
Leave your film at Sugden's.
oct3 to 29
We are better prepared than ever to
supply you wants in the Drug Line at
our NEW LOCATION, 340 South State
street. Cushing's Pharmacy. tues-eod
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Call 600 for expert typewriting.
oct3 to 29
Say fellows, if you want a thorough
course in shorthand or typewriting,
call at the School of Shorthand, 711
N. University Ave. oct3
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