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LYN DON

719 N. Vniversity

Styles in demand for Winter Tramping

This popular 1
comes in Bla
calf skin and
Rubber or lea

Priced $4

Pattern Pictured
ck and BrownQ
black kid skin.
ther soles.
.50 to $7.00
LRRIVED
Silver Pumps -vet
H OFFSTETTER'S

THE "ONE PHOTOGRAPHER
Who delivers the Goods anal his
been delivering them for 12 years
right here among Michigan Students

Kodaks
and
Suppplios

Guaranteed
Amateur
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(Handy Volume Issue)

The
Encyclopaedia
Britannica

Newberry Dance
Breaks Record

TUST A
ew lot ofU

Mat.
Wed. & Sat.

GA RRICK
DETROIT

Week of
Nov. 13

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NOW ON DISPLAY HERE

"T elting Of Molly"

Walk -Over Boot Shop
115 S. Main St.

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SENIORS
Sit early for your " Michlganensian"

Picture at

MAIN STUDIOS
1546-48 Broadway

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New York,

- N. Y.

Also at

619 E. Liberty St.
Ann Arbor, -

Mich.

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

Perfect Portraitures=

Uusurpassed accommodations for
group photographs

18 E. Huron St.

WARD'S

118-. Huron St.

Kiassy-Kut-Kothes Shop says-:
You can afford to wear one of our Suits or Overcoats for

Turkey Day- WHY?

Because he saves you $io.oo.
MADE-TO-MEASURE

17.00 Up

$17.00 Up

THE GRILL ROOM

UNDER HUSTON'S

Large Attendance Necessitates Open-
ing of Additional Rooms
andi"alls
The girls of Newberry residence
gave their second informal dance of
the year last evening. As there was
a considerable number of out-of-town
guests, the party was the largest that
has ever been given at the dormitory,
and it was necessary to open the par-
lors and halls as well as the dining
room, for dancing.
Excited speculation about the game
rivaled dancing as a pastime and dole-
ful mid-semesters were quite forgot-
ten. There were 44 couples present,
including guests. Ada Arnold, '19,
was i charge of the affair and was
assisted by Mildred Mighell, '18, Hope
Keeler, '19, Gladys Townsend, '18, and
Helen Cullen, '19.
JUNIOR ENGINEERS TO GIVE
SMOKER AT UNION MONDAY
A smoker for the junior engineers
will be held at the Union Monday
night at 7:30 o'clock. At this time
the committee in charge of awarding
the contract for the corduroy trousers
for the class will make a report.
The committee has not yet arrived
at a decision regarding the style and
the firm to whom the contract will be
given. There will be a discussion at
this time and the matter will be de-
finitely settled. Norman Ibsen is chair-
man of the committee. The other mem-
bers are Wallace J. Piggott, W. S. Din-
widdie, E. C. Schact, Waldo M. McKee,
Ward B. Sieker and E. M. Schaffter.
BLAMES EUROPEAN WAR FOR
SHORTAGE IN RAILWAT CARS
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 17.-V. H. Mark-
ham, chairman of the special commis-
sion appointed by the American Rail-
road association to discuss the car
shortage situation with Commissioner
McChord, issued a statement today to
the effect that the car shortage is due
entirely to the European war, and the
disturbed ocean shipping facilities. In-
crease per diem charges will be ef-
fective Dec. 1. Penalties will also be
put into effect for diversion of, and
delay in return of all equipment be-
ginning Jan. 1.
Speedway Officials Meet in Chicago
Chicago. Nov. 17.-Officials of the
leading speedways in the United States
are here today to organize the Ameri-
can Speedway association, which will
handle details of racing not covered
by the American Automobile associa-
tion. Among these is the standard of
prize money, payment of shipping ex-
penses to entrants and allotment of
championship dates. A tentative plan
for the organization was mapped out
two weeks ago in New York.
S. African Students Favor Dentistry
That the inhabitants of South Africa
fully approve of the dental course of-
fered at Michigan is shown by the fact
that every South Africa student at-
tending the University is enrolled in
the dental college. At present there
are 40 students from foreign lands
taking dentistry and 24 of this num-
ber come from the southern part of
Africa.
Munitions Steamer Explosion Kills 150
Stockholm, Nov. 17.-One hundred
and fifty persons were killed and 650
injured in the recent explosion of the
Russian munitions steamer Aaron
Preceni in Archangel harbor, accord-
ing to information received here today.
The blasts sank another steamer, tore
several buildings to wreckage, and
burned two barracks housing many
men.

McCormick to Arrange Inauguration'
Washington, Nov. 17.-Chairman
Vance McCormick and Vice-Chairman
Homer Cummings of the Democratic
national committee came here today
to arrange preliminary details for
President Wilson's second inaugura-
tion. They conferred with the presi-
dent at noon.
Allies to Get Indian Wheat
London, Nov. 17.-The India govern-
ment has sanctioned the exportation of

Come in and Browse around

What we
Sdo to flats
We make hats
We sell hats at retail
We carry a big stock
We have the latest all the time
We shape hats to fit the head
We clean and reblock hats
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard Next to the Delta
Cor. Packard and State
AJES TIw
Ma- 7:3o C:3
Now Playing
Last Season's Big Success
""The
Four
Husbands"
The show that has the whist-
Ing tunes that you never forget.
Plenty pretty girls, catchy music
and elaborate scenery and cos-
tunes.
SPECIAL AFTER BREAKFAST
MATINEE AT 10:30 A. M. SATUR-
DAY. Seats are selling fast. 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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ARCADE
Shows at 3:00; 6:30; 8:oo; 9:3o
zoc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone 2g6-M.
Fri.-17-Viola Dana in "The Gates of
Eden"; Drew Comedy.
Sat.-i8 Kathleen Williams in"ThetKe er-
Do-Well,"i -c. Children's Mati ee, 2
p. mn.; *'Chip's Carmen", "sTylxud
Villain", "The Henanpup."
Mon.-Tue.-20-21- Francis X. Bushman
and Beverly Bayne in "Romeo and
Juliet." 250.

Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:00-3:30; Evening, 6:45,
8:x5, 4:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Sat.-i8-Wm. S. Hart in "The Patriot."
Also Triangle Comedy. Charles Murray
in "Maid Mad." eve. 15c
Sun.-Mon -ig-2o-valentine Grant in "The
Daughter of McGregor." Also Holmes
Travels.
Tues.-2- Mae Marsh in "The Little
Liar." Also Triangle Comedy, Claire
Anderson in "She Loved a Sailor."
Eve :sc.

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OPEN ALL DAY AND NIGHT

You will be hungry after the game.
Come down and get a bite to eat.,

KATHYLYN WILLIAMS
in "THE NE'ER-DO-WELL"
AT THE ARCADE TODAY
"The Ne'er-Do-Well" features the Selig All-Star Cast that made "The
Spoilers" famous, including Kathlyn Williams, Eugenie Besserer, Wheeler
Oakman, Jack McDonald and others. A special company of Selig Players
visited Panama in order to secure the atmosphere called for in this exciting
story of Plot and Counterplot.
This great photodrama is considered the worthy successor of "The
Spoilers." Both stories were written by Rex Beach, and both have been filmed
y the Selig Company. "The Ne'er-Do-Well" does not contain a dull moment.
There are hand-to-hand conflicts, a great fire, beautiful tropical scenery, and
the old nooks and corners of old Panama are depicted. An all-star cast, in-
cluding Kathlyn Williams and Wheeler Oakman, together with genuine Panama
atmosphere, combine to make this feature one of the greatest film dramas ever
presented.
ONLY THREE SHOWS:-3:00, 6:30, and 8:45. 10 REELS-IS CENTS.

We serve lunches and regular meals.
Lunches delivered.

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DAILY TO APPEAR DIRECTLY
AFTER FOOTBALL GAME
(Continued from Page One.)
Bennett will be on hand to lead the
heers, which promise to shake the
oundations of the auditorium opposite
he field.
Free Show at Coliseum.
When the celebration at the fire has
ended the students will enter the coli-
eum where a free show will be given.'
kn impromtu stage has been erected
md a screen for movie films placed
.bove it.
Through the courtesy of the Majestic
heater several noted actresses from
Detroit will present a skit called "The
sister's Act." Miss Palmer, another
)etroit actress, will present a spe-
ialty act. The Orpheum has promised
i comedy film to complete the bill.
Every loyal student of Michigan is
xpected to attend the festivities to-
ight. Win or lose, it will be the big-
:est student demonstration of the year.
ream, band, students and all will be
here.
'-Engineers to Hear Professor Parker
Prof. J. C. Parker will speak at a
unior engineer class smoker to be
.eld at 7:30 o'clock Monday, Nov. 20,
t the Union. Admission may be gain-
d by the purchase of tags. There will
e plenty of smokes, cider, doughnuts,
nd music.
W a t c h f o r t h e
GREEN PENNSY EXTRA
on the streets immediately
after the game.. ....

PENNSY DEFIED AT BIG
MEETING ON EVE OF BATTLE
(Continued from Page One.)
students ascended the north stand, but
few ventured to sit on the wet snowy
seats. The band started the action by
playing "Varsity" with the whole
crowd singing. Bob Bennett began to
stir up the pep by leading yells for
the team and the coaching staff.
ti
The team was just finishing up the
final practice before the big game by
running signals up and down the field.
Starting at one end of the line Bob
shook out a cheer for each member
individually and then for the whole
team collectively. Beginning again the
same thing was done for the scrubs.
By this time the crowd was getting
warmed up and rather hoarse. With
a final cheer as the team ran for the
clubhouse the pep fest ended, the band
leadir.g the students through the gate.
Student Masons Banqueted In Detroit
The Craftsmen, student Masonic'or-
ganization, journeyed to Detroit, Wed-
nesday -evening, and conferred the
third degree for Zion Lodge, No. 1.
They were received in royal style by
the Detroiters and served with a ban-
quet of turkey.
Fresh Lit-Dent Game Postponed
The game between the fresh lits and
the dents, which was to have taken
place this morning, has been postponed
to Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Dancing classes and private lessons
at the Packard Academy. 18-tf

WHAT'S GO ATON

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Today
8 o'clock-Elimination tryout for
Central debating team, 302 Mason hall.
10 o'clock-Fresh laws-junior lits
football game, Ferry field.
10 o'clock-Medics-senior engineers
football game, Ferry field.
10 o'clock-Junior laws-soph engin-
eers football game. Ferry field.
2 o'clock - Michigan-Pennsylvania
football game, Ferry field.
6:30 o'clock-Meeting of the Chess
club, room 173 natural science build-
ing.
7 o'clock-Upper Room Bible class
meets at 444 South State street.
Tomorrow (Sunday)
8 o'clock-Judge Pam speaks before
Menorah society.
Find Suicide's Body in Lincoln's Tomb
Springfield, Nov. 17.-Standing in
the doorway of the tomb of Abraham

GREEN

PENNSY EXTRA

Wthitney Theatre
Tuesday, Nov. 21
ARTHUR HAMME RSTElN
OrrERS THEg BRILLIANT ANlD SPARKLING SUCCESS
A MUSICAL PLAY
OF INFINITE CHARM
SY HAVE~RBACH' AND P>RI!'L
AUTHORS OF "IliGit J1NKS "AND "TrUS FIREFLVs..
ONE YEAR AT THE LYRICANo 442"ST. THEATRES. NEWYORK
Musical Gems of Haunting Sweetness
"Racketty Coo," "In Vienna," "In A
Hurry," "One Who Will Understand,"
"Katinka," "Your Photo," "I Can Tell
By The Way Von Dance iDear," "1 Want
All The World To Know,""Skidiskis-
catch," "I Want To Marry A Male
Quartette," "The Weekly Wedding."
Prices: 52.00, 1.50, 1.00, 75c, o
Seat Sale MONDAY, NOV. 20

TO-DAY

throat. The body was found by Edgar
Lee Masters, author of "Spoon River
Anthology."
Have you ever seen 571 new silver

Lincoln an unidentified man this aft- dollars? See them Tuesday, November I
ernoon ended his life by cutting his 21. 18

Flannel Shirts made to order. 0. H.
Wild Company. Leading merchant
tailors. State street. tf
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We are "THE ONLY"
STUDENTS SUPPLY STORE
FOR MICH-PEN NSY GAME

Morses' and
Gilbert's
Candy
1 1 11 S. Univ.

MUS
ORD* NOW

Arm Bands
Pennants
Blankets

400,000 tons of wheat
France and Italy.

to England,

Tel. 1 60-R

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