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11 LY

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719 N. Universiy

Season of Good Things

TE ONE PHOTOGRAPHER
h_ delivers the Goods and has
be=n delivering them for 12 years
} hv here among Michigan Students

The
E n cyolopaed Ia
ri na

this time of the year, with good things
abundance, how about Your Clothes?
Why don't you get ready for the Holidays?
all-wool suit or overcoat, individually cut and hand-
ored to your individual measure, will be both sensible
i seasonable, and will give you something good for
holidays.
Order now while our showing is complete, and have
that Suit or Overcoat in time for Thanksgiving.

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Oxzaranzteed
AmateuAr
FIrlmshirig

H andy Volume Issue)

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Ufj a I h Pa"tr Will Preach on
("' the

NOW ON DISPLAY HERE

Mat.
Wed. & Sat.

GARRICK
DETROIT

Week of
Nov. 13

TO ORDER

DRESS SUITS FOR HIR

The Melting Of Molly"

Come in and Browse around

J. K. MALCOLM
E. Liberty St. Malcolm Block
Phone 1713-M
ENIORSg
Sit early for your 'Michiiancnisian"

.. "oliaes, D. D.,

I :~r 01
p;i ~ih a~

St' ,_ ,it Cgregational
1~ iirbana, Ill., will
the mrning service of the

ARCADE
Shows at 3:00; 6:30; 8:oo; 9:30
roc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone g6-M.
Fri.-17-Viola Dana in "The Gates of
Eden"; Drew Comedy.
Sat.-c8 Kathleen Williams in"The Ne'er-
Do-Well," ryc. Children's Matinee, 2
p. m.;;Chip's Carmen", "A Toyland
Villain", "The Henanpup.".
Mon.-Tue.-2o-21- Francis X. Bushman
and Beverly Bayne in "Romeo and
Juliet." 250.

ShehnCo.

C.W4 H A M,5 iYgr.

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Picture at

MAIN STUDIOS
1546-48 Broadway

S.'w

New York,

- N.Y.

3tu

Orpheum Theatre
Matirees, 2:00-3:30; Evening, 6:45,
8:r5, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Fria- :17 Edna Goodrich in "The
House of hies." Also Bray Cartoons.
Sat.-i8-Win. S. Hart in "The Patriot."
Also Triangle Comedy, Charles Murray
in "Maid Mad." Eve. 15c
Sun.-Mon -19-20-Valentine Grant in "The
Daughter of McGregor." Also Holmes
Travels.

I

ART HE N
1 OFFERS THE ;i.ltNT AND SPARKLING SUCCESS

WHITNEY T EATRE TUES, NOV 21

Also at

619 E. Liberty St.

Arbor,

Mich.

Ithaca, N. V.
West Point, N. V.
Princeton, N. J.
Northam pton, Mass.
Hanover, N. -.

:t Portraitures-

'M AJES TC
32 7:30 - 9:34

11

assed accommodations for
group photographs

Lafayette, Ind.

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-

tly Famous
Wheat Cakes and
Real Maple Syrup 10c
THE GRILL ROOM
Under Huston Bros.

RV. J~IN A. HOLMES
eai a te Conw;regational church.
t Congregational church of this
cit t u on the subject of
"Th'e Quei, st of the Angel."
Dr. Holmes has for seven years been
p orofhispresent charge. He is
i ard brilliant speaker. His popu-
larity with the students of the Uni
rsityor Illinoisis shown by the fact
hat although his church is a mile and
a qartr from the campus, they flock
t past several others and tax its
eating capacity to the limits.
The Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas, whose
mulpit Dr. holmes is to fill Sunday,
ill speak at that time at the All-
University service at the University of
Tiinois, where he (id religious work
,r f our years before coming to Ann
Arbor. His subject there will be "The
I AdQErsp M EEyth."
MASWJES GIVES PLAY DEC, -1

Now Playing
Last Season's Big Suecess
eThe
Four
Husbands"
The show that has the whist-
tug tunes that you never forget.
Plenty pretty girls, catchy music
and elaborate scenery and cos-
tumes.
SPECIAL AFTER BREAKFAST
MATINEE AT 10:30 A. Mt. SATUR-
DAY. Seats are selling ,st. See
the show and get your lunch and
then its time for the game.
No afternoon show. Night shows
7:30 and 9.00.

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11

A MUICAL PLAY
BY JIAUER BACH AND FT IM'iL
AUTHORS OF CHIGH OINKS "AND "THE FIREFLY"
DNE YEAR A THE LYRIC o 44" ST. THEATRES, NEWYORK
Repiete With Musical Cems of Haunting Sweetness
"Racketty Coo," "Lu ViII na," "One Who Will Understand,"
"in A Hurry," "Katinka," "Your Photo," "I Can Tell By The Way You
Dance Dear," "I Want All The World ToKnow," "Skidiskiscatch," "The
Weekly Wedding," "1 Want To Marry A Male Quartette"
SPECIAL AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA
PRICES: $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, 75c., 0o., SEAT SALE
MAIL ORDEF S NOW MON. NOV. 20-10 A. M.

1748 R for a "bite┬░"

No extra charge.

e the largest

Ilb. E d 6 6 tb ?a R : _

MUM

for the Mich-

3OODHEW FLORI
e 1321 or 170-M

Pennsy Game E
i
AL CO. I
225 E. Liberty St. ,.l

r.

mmmmuz I

W"H I'T N t; Er,

FR IDAY
NOV EMBER

24

Presents

Muscl
Worsted

Comedy,
man"

"The

ION REGENTS
FOR OFFICERS;, CORPS
nued from Page One.)
ge of positions of command

COAL SUPPLY IS MENACD BY
CAR ShORTAGE OF 100,0V;
Washington, Nov. 16.--With practic-~
ally the whole country suffering from

officers. The government will
se privileges if there are at
students in training and or-
in uniformed military units.
versity organization has en--
to comply with these require-
the system of training no stu-
these universities is under
on to elect military training
.rriculum, nor having elected
: does he incur any other than
onal moral obligation to serve
ry in the event of war. Those
who complete all the courses
roups are eligible at gradua-
ppointment by the president
nited State's to be temporary
eutenants; and when so ap-
iey are entitled to six months
e in the regular army with
100 per month. They thus
i the reserve officers' training
the reserve officers' corps of
r army and with the transfer
r for the first time legal ob-
to service in the event of
r PENNSY EXTRA TOMOR-

a cold wave that will rapidly grow
worse instead of better, according to
the weather bureau, the worst car
shortage in nine years was announced
today, making prospects serious for
communities lacking coal. The- actual
shortage now on is 108,010, according
to the American Railroad association.
Aug. 1 there was a surplus of 90,-
000. Railroads today advised the in-
terstate commerce commission that
they have inaugurated strenuous meas-
ures to meet the enormous coal de-
mand. Execution of the order of the
commerce commission for the return
from all carriers of any coal cars on
their lines other than their own has
been put under way. By this whole-
sale swapping of cars, denlanded by
the railroad men for solving the prob-
lem, it is hoped greatly to relieve the
situation.
Freshman Reports Theft of Overcoat
W. R. Hatfield, '20, yesterday re-
ported to the police that an overcoat
had been stolen from him Oct. 17.
Flannel Shirts made to order. C. H1.
Wild Company. Leading merchant
tailors. State street. tf

"The Worsted Man" is the title of
emuscal comedy to be given by
Masques in conjunction with the Girls'
Glee club performance at Hill audi-
tnrimn, Dec. 7. Previously Masques
has given plays with their club mem-
e only taking part, hence the com-
n l o the club with the Girls'
Cee clb is a step in a new direc-
don.
The cast of the play as selected by
the commit tee which judged the try-
outs held Saturday morning, includes
the following: Elsa Apfel, '17, Inez
Goe, *'17, Florence Paddock, '17,
Helen Davis, '17, Harriet Walker, '17,
P-a Dowen 'IS, Geta Tucker, '17,
Julia Van Lcenwen, '17, Gladys Whel-
an. '1?, and Ruth Lenzner, '17.
The chorus work of the play will
b dected by Miss Alurlda Hunt of
the School of Music.
It is tle plan of Masques to give
er pays throughout the
year and there will be organized try-
o , a g;irls interested in
dr is will be -given the opportun-
Sto pron their talent.

WHAT'S GOING ON
Today.
12 o'clock-Law faculty dinner at
the Union.
4 o'clock-Fresh law class meeting,
room D law building.
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.

t

MAIL ORDERS NOW SEAT SALE NOVEMBER 22
CHARLES ROHMAN PRESENTS
IN THE NEW AMERICAN COMEDY SUCCESS
Our r. c ny
A Dramatization of Edna Ferber's Emma McChesney
Stories by George V. Hobart and Miss Ferber
By Arrangement with Josephine Brooks
PRICES:-50c, 75o, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00.

Tomorrow.
8 o'clock-Elimination tryouts for
Central Debating team, 302 Mason hall.
2 o'clock - Michigan-Pennsylvania
football game, Ferry field.
U-Notices.
All classes in journalism will meet
today. Mr. Talcott Williams will ad-
dress these classes next Friday in-
stead of today.
Those who wish to try out for the
editorial staff of the Inlander report
to the managing editor at 3 o'clock to-
day at the Press building.
Fresh lit football practice at 8:30
o'clock today, south Ferry field.
ANDANIA PASSENGERS TELL
OF BRITISH-GERMAN FIGHT
New York, Nov. 16.-Fifty passengers
of the Cunard liner Andania which ar-
rived here today, told thrilling tales
of having watched the battle between
British and German warships during
the last raid on the English coast. The
liner passed through a wild storm in
the Atlantic. Passengers said they
could plainly see the flashes from the
big naval guns. The Andania was
held two days until all danger of at-
tack had passed,.
Dr. N. S. Hardikar Speaks to Grangers
Dr. N. S. Hardikar gave a lecture
yesterday afternoon on "Agriculture in
India" in the city Y. M. C. A. before
the Grangers' association.

P.

' ,

Yellow 0 ciTaxi Co.
PHONE 2255

t

RAILROADS PREPARE TO FIGHT
ADAMSON BILL IN U. S. COURTS
Chicago, Nov. 16.-Nearly 500 suits
for injunctions against the operation
of A e.rh.' - I - .

WOMAN'S HIGEY SEASON
END WITH TWILIGHT

TO
PICNIC

LIBERTY AT 606
D. E. GRENNAN
u~tom vTail ril
if Riding
kers LIBERTY AT 606 Breeches

13t l tI ML ERS Wviii HEAR
JUI)VE IL O PAM, '92, SUNDAY
Jdge Huo Pam. '92, of the crim-
Ial court of Cook county, Illinois,
will address the Menorah society atl
its next mneeting on Sunday evening,
Nov. 19.- t 8 o'clock, in Newberry hall.
This wil be the third time that Judge
Pani has appeared before the mem-
ers of the Michigan Menorah society.
Tw years ago he spoke on "The
cholhou e as an Agency for Social
Service.c and last year his.subject was,
"A wish Conross." Judge Pam has
nnonced that his subject this Sun-
y willbe "Democracy in the Public
Schools."
A play by play account of the game
in the OEEN PENNSY EXTRA, to-
morrow.

of. the iiuamso i ght-hour law will ┬░ piclic for all the regular and substi-
have been filed by railroads by Dec. 1, tute players Sunday evening at For-
a prominent railroad attorney stated estry Farm lodge. Supper will be
here today. Each railroad is planning cooked out-of-doors over huge fires,

a separate suit for every statgthroughr
which it operates. Attorney General

and a cozy and hilarious evening
whiled away. Probably a number of
the girls will walk at least -one way,
but those who prefer to ride will take
the 4:48 car from the interurban sta-
tion.

The fall season in women's hockey
will have its grand wind-up in the

Gregory will probably select one suit
and make a test case of it shortly,
this attorney said, to determine the
constitutionality of the ;law. Pending
such a decision, roads are asking in-
junctions against United States district
attorneys to restrain them from en-
forcing the law.
W a t c h f o r t h e
GREEN PENNSY EXTRA
on the streets immediately
after the game.-.. ....

I
:

Pennsy Squad Starts for Ann Arbor
Philadelphia, Nov. 16.-The Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania's football squad
left here this afternoon for Ann Ar-
hor for the Michigan game Saturday.
Coach Folwell was more than opti-
mistic, saying he was "cock sure."
Twenty-two substitutes will depart to-
morrow afternoon.

Laundry cases-Another huge ship-
ment received at Wahr's University
book store. 12-17

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