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719 N. Unviversity

Styles in demiand forWitrTapn

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

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This popular Pattern Pictured
comes in Black and 'Brown
calf skin and black kid skin.
Runbber or leather soles.

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(Handy Volume Issue)

Priced $4. 50 tO $7.00

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Also at

Ithaca, N. Y.

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Ann Arbor,

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West Polit, N. Y.
Princeton , N. J.
Northam poii Mass.
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Perfect Portraitures=

Uusurpassed accom mod'ationls for
group photographs

Lafayette, hid.

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Mr. Harold Cook, 117 Li-809 Hill
"Contest" $25.00 Suit.

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Let us show you o ,ur line. Whiyvwait?

118 E.Huron St.
$17.160 Up

KLASY-KT-KLTHE

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Justly Fa imous
Wheat Ckes and_

FINISH ARNEENTS
FOfl OOBALLSMOKER
114; Eent to Take Place on Nov. 25
Vill Be First Ever Held in
New %Gym
"We're only waiting for the football
sea son to end now," said Edwin B.
Palmer, '17 , chairman of the annual
football smoker to be held in the com-
bined gymnasiums Nov. 25. "Al prep-
arations have been made and we're
going to give Michigan men the pep-
piest' smoker they ever have had.
Someting that will be a real expres-
sion of the way we feel toward the
best teamn Michigan has had in years."
The smoker will be the first ever
held in the now Waterman gymnasium.
In formner years only about 500 could
be accommodated, but with the in-
creased floor space, 1,500 men will be
able to attend the smoker in comfort.
'Pile band and the Glee club will be
there to instill the necessary vim into
the songs, and as each man steps up
to receive his "M" a picture of him
in action will be thrown on the big
screen.
A' short, snappy program is prom-
ised by the committee in charge.
There will be four speakers, two fac-
ulty mten, one alumnus, and one stu-
dent. Harry Gult, '17L, is to be
master of ceremonies.
PENNSY EXTRA TO BE, GREEN
To Appear on Street Five Minutes
After Came Ends on
Saturday
Five' minutes after the game ends
Saturday andl ten minutes before the
=;tnd s -re emptied the ,000 copies of
the green Pennsy extra will. be on
the s treets.
It will contain news on the All-
:resh candidates for next year's
Varsity; prospects for the All-Amer-
uc:u team; a story of who's who on
MaIulic,' eleen, and cuts of the Penn-
sylivanian and Michigan teams.
'1 ere will e interesting interviews
.irk Coaches Fowell, Yost, Tommy
Il Vgh itl and others.
'i'he11'[. A. C extra broke all previous
rcords in regards to time; the Pensy
extra will shove the record up still
another notch in quickness of delivery
and qality of news.
OI RACE SUICIDE DANGER HERE
Doctors Henderson, Wafter, and Clay
Become Proud Fathers
The medical department of the Uni-
versity is feeling rather happy and
iclined to be boisterous, for during
te pat week three doctors became
the proud fathers of large healthy
babies. A husky baby boy arrived at
the home of Dr. Harold Henderson,
interna, in gynecology, several days
ago, °Dr. Raymond Wafter, instructor
of anatomy and histology, received a
eautiful baby girl, and Dr. Gradie
Clay, instructor of ophthalmology in
the medical school, is now the father
of a baby boy.
117ldlesc Are Optimistic Over Outcome
Annapolis, Md. Nov. 15.-En cour-
af-ef by the improvement shown on
S aetrd cy against the North Carolina
Aggies, lbut realizing that reliance
mast he placed largely upon young
players, the Naval Academy coaches

eantod'ay the final drive before the
Arm. gae. Practice was secret and
w ill cont inue to be so until the Fend
of the season.
2 1HIXJ!,GRIEGORY
LEA 1) AGAI S -OUR LAWI
We hgtn , Nov. 15. - Attorney
Genra Cregory has taken direct
chare ofthesuits of railroads against*
<heAanmo eight-hour law, the de-
jrirmen ofjustice announced late to-
1,. rak haerman of Kansas City,
hat been app Ie to assist Gregory
in - prn n prosecuting all cases
attakingtheconstitutionality of the
law Peprion-s for upholding the
ac i e put under way at once, it
wazs stated.

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Orpheum. Theatre
Matinees, 2:00-3:30; Evening, 6:45,
8:x5, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Thurs.- Fri.-t6-j7 1Edna Goodrich in"The
House of ies." Also Bray Cartoons.
Sat.-i&Wm. S. Hart in "The Patriot."
Also Triangle Comedy. Charles Murray
in "Maid Mad.'" Eve. 15c
Sutn.-Mon -:9-2ovalentine Grant in "The
Daughter of McGregor.'" Also Holmes
Travels.

Tue.-14-F")my Wehlen in "The Preten-
ders"; Mutt & Jeff Cartoon.
'Wed.-:5-Rithel Clayton and Holbrook
Blinn in "The Hidden Scar"; Mutt &
Jeff Cartoon. Esc.
Thu.-16Veleska Suratt in "The Straiht
Way." Chap. 3 of Billie Burke in
"Gloria's Romance." iso.
Fri.-17viola Dana in "The Gates of
Eden"; Drew Comedy.

t What we
do to Hats
We make hats
We sell hatj$ at retail
We carry a big stock
We have the latest all the time
We shape bats to fit the head
We clean and reblock hats
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard Next to the Delta
Cor. Packard and State

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LAST SEAS 'S BIG SUCCESAS
It solves the "Divorce Qustion

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Mat.1GAB1RICK Week of
Wed. a Sat. RR1C Nov. 13
DETROIT
"6The Melting Of Molly"
A RCADEmr
Shows at 3:00; 6:30; 8:00; 9:3o
ioc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone 296-M.

NW ON DISLAY HERE

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Real Maple Syrup lOc

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Whitney Theatre
Tuesday, Nov. 21
ARTHUR HAMMERSTEIN
OFFERS THE SNILUANT AND SPARKLING SUCCESS
A MUSICAL PLAY
OFlINFIN'ITE, CHARM
BY HJUZRftAO?1 AND PiRIP4I.
AUTHORS or ")IGH JdINK~S "AND 'Tnh emeI'
8lfEYEARATTlIE LYRICAas445TT THEATRES. lNEWYDRK
Musical Gears of Haunting Sweetness
"Racketty Coo," "In Vienna," "In A
flurry," "One Who Will Understand,"
"Katinka," "Your Photo," "I Can Tell
By The Way You Dance Dear," "I Want
All The World To Know," "Skidiskis-
catch," "I Want To Marry A Male
(quartette," "The Weekly Wedding."
Prices: $2.00, 1.50, 1.00, 75c, 50c
Seat Sale MONDAY, NOV. 20
WHAT'S GOING ON
Today.
9 o'clock-Prof. Brumm speaks at
soph engineers' assembly, room 348
engineering building.
10 o'clock-Junior engineer as-
sembly, room 348 engineering build-
ing.
6 o'clock-Dent faculty dinner at the
Union.
6 o'clock-Camp Davis smoker at the
Union.
7:30 o'clock-Prof. Sanders speaks
to Classicali club, room A Memorial
hall.
8 o'clock -Thomas H. Mawson
~speaks in Memorial hail on "The Mak-
ing of a Home, or the Unity of the
House and Garden."
Tomorrow.
12 o'clock-Law faculty dinner at the
Union.
4:05 o'clock-Student body as-
sembles in front of U-hall and marches
to Ferry field.
7:30 o'clock-Mass meeting at Hill
auditorium.-

A Whimisica icalFat y okLove, Lights
Lyrics, and Laughs wvith n ,Outburst of

Eye filling ostmesand spicendid

scenes

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CHARLESFRKAIPZSET
IN THE NEW AEIA OEYS~AS
OurMrs.j
A pramatization of Ednad "ferber E.a ~chse
Stories lby Coorge v. Hoar ad ys F.e
By Arrangement w ith JsieBnk
PRICES-50c, 75o,$10,$.Slad20.

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Special After B'a41htMaine.Sa. Nov.1i8
On account of the fotbzAlg e between Peunsy
and Michigan thueeOwak:b no afternoon per-
formance, but a pcoal mo rhkg show will be
given at 10:30 o'clock.a
GET YOUR SEAT.i NW.R OUl WILL BE SORRY
U-Notices. B;rry Lay Start Game for Penusy
All classes in jo11rnallii will meet P1hilade;.lphia, Nov. 15.-,Unless de-
Friday. Mr. Talcott Willamss will ad- (elopments the next few days fail to
dress these classes a week from Fri- warrant the move, Coach Folwell aof
day instead of tomorrow. th e University of Pennsylvania foot-
_________________gall team will start J. Howard Berry,
Bulgar-Treutoniic Forces Withdraw th1:e Red and Blue's brilliant gridiron
Berlin, Nov. 15.-The Serbo-Fr'ench sta!r, at full back when Penn and
flanking movement in Macedonia in Michign clash in their annual strug-
the plains of Monastir has compelled gle at Ann Arbor, Much., next Satur-
Bulgar-Teutonic forces to withdraw.j day.
For results advertise in The Michi- 0. G. Andres for shoe repairing. 222
gan Daily. S. State. 'Phone 1718-J. tues-eod

lay Challenge Gray's Statement
Washington, Nov. 15.-It was in-
ioated at the state department this
Aternoon that the Birtish government
night be asked for a bill of particularsa
,egarding the allegation in Viscount,
xrey's black list note made public to-
lay, that the United States govern-
nent has not taken "adequate action"
o suppress breaches of ~neutrality in{
hils country. State department offi-;
vals took the attitude that the g~v-'
rnment should not let the statement{
)y Grey go unchallenged.
We can supply you with anything
,nown to the wall-paper and paint
iusiness. C. H. Major & Co. Phone
'37.5-16

'I I "AL tIiCi .. aSTI _A
=_.:i_ wichplay lattheStatler
uscfor the Un,:in
Danicing.will be from1 to 1 o'clock.
1,i(' t.. cuton sl at te Union lyes-
rflc embrsof hecommIittee are:
Chaiman Gln N Colte, 'SLKen1-
net'. rnad,'1L. Lee Jolyni, '17L,
aiCrge0. c ure x7M
C:r7al;rm lo Cksare good los
Ch apman, jer weer, 113 South Main
street. tues-eod

We are "THE ONLY"

STUDENTS SUPPLY STORE
FORt MICH-PE NSY G EWr=

Mose'and MU A R
Gilbert's M t
Candy
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