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LK-OVER'S for WOMEN
vles in demand for Winter Tramping

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es in Black and Brown
skin and blackkid skin.
ber or leather soles.
Priced $4.50 to $7.00

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fvers the Goods and has
'ering them for 12 years
among Michigan Students

The
Encyclopaedia
Britannica

Gxxxaran.'teedII
AmlatetalI

(Handy Volume Issue)

NOW ON DISPLAY HERE

JST ARRIVED
lot of Silver Pumps

H OFFSTETTER'S
Walk - Over Boot Shop

115 S. Main St.

NI ORS
Sit Early For Your "MICHIGANENSIAN"
PICTURE AT
619 E. Liberty St.
Ann Arbor. - -

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Unsurpassed Accomodations for
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WARD'S

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118 E. Huron St.

ssy-Kut-Klothes Shop says-:
ou can afford to wear one of our Suits or Overcoats for
Turkey Day- WHY?
Because he saves you $io.oo.

.00 Up

MADE-TO-MEASURE

$17.00 Up

COMANDER J, LEWIS
ADDRESSES NAVY MEN,
Eimphasises Importance of College Man
in Voluntar Mitary
%rganiza tions
Commander J'. Farrand Lewis, sen-
ior officer of the Michigan naval re-
serve, in addressing the campus naval
division at its meeting last night, em-
phasized the importance of the college
man in all volunteer military organ-
izations in this country. He showed
the value of educated men, trained in
the rudiments of military drill, in
time of war.
Lieut. Wells Utley, '02, of the De-
troit division, also addressed the meet-
ing.
The next meeting of the body will
take place Wednesday evening in Wat-
erman gymnasium. Men are asked to
appear in tennis shoes and to bring
with them two yards of ordinary
clothes line. Assembly will be blown
at 7 o'clock sharp, and every man is
expected to be in his place in line at
that time.
All men interested in the formation
of an aero corps are requested to re-
port in the lecture room of the econ-
omics building at 5 o'clock this aft-
ernoon. Prof. F. W. Pawlowski, of the
engineering college, who has been ap-
pointed commander of the corps, will
discuss plans at this meeting. Twenty-
three men are needed in the corps to
insure the detailing of a machine by
the navy department.
TAI BITA P HOLDS/ BANQUET
Senior Engineering Honorary Society
Entertains l1iinitiates
Tau Beta Pi, honorary engineering
society, held a banquet at the Union
last night in honor of its 15 new mem-
bers who were initiated earlier in the
fall. E. A. Thomas, '17, gave the ad-
dress of welcome and D. B. Gardner
replied for the initiates. Other speak-
ers of the evening were Professors G.
W. Patterson, H. E. Riggs and H. H.
ligbie, of the engineering college, and
Mr. C. H. Spencer, '96. A. E. Hecker,
'17, acted as toastmaster.
Two of the society's new members
for this year were initiated into as-
sociate membership, they are: C. H.
Spencer, '96, and A. D. Moore of the
electrical engineering department. The
other initiates are: M. D. Anderson,
L. F. Dieterich, S. H. Emerick, J. B.
Franks, D. B. Gardner, W. F. Gerhardt,
L. M. Kishlar, J. H. Otis, J. R. Pollock,
R. S. Scott, T. W. Sheahan, H. A.
Taylor, and Tom Tobey.
ATTORNEY ADDRESSES LAWYERS
I allas Boudeman to Give Last of Series
of Lectures This Afternoon

Fri. V Sat.
DETROIT

ARCADE*
Shows at 3:00; 6:30; 8:0o; 9:30
ioc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone 296-M.
Thu.-2- Virginia Pearson in "The
War Brides Secret.' Chap. 4 offillie
Burke in "Gloria's Romance." 15c.
Fri.-24-Mlle. Olga Petrova in "Yxtra-
vagan ce"; D~rew Comedy, i~c, intsead
of "BigTremaine."
Sat-25-AnnaLaughiin'in "The Ordeal"
Charlie (ihaplin in "The Pawnshop."
(Ret.) 5c. Children's Matinee, 2. p. m.
'The Three Bears", "The Queen and
the Mirror", Hariequin's Story."
Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:oo-3:30; Evening, 6:45,
8':15, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Thur.. Fri.-23-24- Pauline Frederick in
"Ashes of Pmbers." Also Bray Car-
too ns
Sat.-a5-Frank Keenan in "The Thor-
oughbred." Also Triangle Comedy,
Ora Carew in "Dollars and Sense."
Eve. 15c.
Suti.-Mon.-26-27-Maurice and Florence
Walton in "Tahe Quest of ife". Also
Holmes Travels.

Eu

A Vaudeville Revelation

What we
do to Hats

Sheehan & Co.

Week of
Nov. 20

C. W. GRAHAM, Mngr.

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The Passing Show of 1916

Come in and Browse around

We make hats
We sell hats at retail
We carry a big stock
We have the latest all the tine
We shape hats to fit the head
We clean and reblock hats

FACTORY HAT STORP
6I7 Packard Next to the Delta
W Cor. Packard and State
WHAT'S GOING ON

MA'Jt i
TONIGHT IS THE START
This will open your eyes
'"The Magazine G s
with
DOC BAKER and FELAINE JULYETTE
Fun, Fads and Fashion
MORRIS GOLDEN WI"
BARRY GIRLS
Dainty Delineators of Popular Melodies
BELL AND EVA
Bounds and Bounces
EXTRA. SPECIAL FEATURE
Tilford & Co. Presents
l"ABE STIBBLE"
Seats are now ready for
Thanksgiving, M a t. a nd
Night. Big Girls Show.
MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW

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Al special arrangement with F. Zircfeld, Ir
Supported by HENRY KOLKER
A Motion Picture Novel by Fur. & Mrs.
RUPERT HUGHES

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CHAPTER FOUR OF GLORIA'S ROMANCE

With the new chapter of Gloria's Romance,
shown for the first time, a real heart story is begin-
ning to unfold. Gloria, who has been a child, now is a woman with
a woman's capacity for love, Jealousy and haMe. Billie is fairly
living her romance, so convincing is her playing, See the wonder-
ful Lucile ball gown she wear this week. It was specially designed'
for her by Lady Dufi eordoi _',ecast is unex e ed , ue produc-
Lion beautiful 71, t ce44eitrcn ... ethe new chat,r t t( th;er V ii a
synopsis of what has gone before. Don't miss it. See it tit
ARCTAEDE THEA
Regular 5 Reel Feature Program in Addition
Admission 1e

Today.
4 o'clock-Opening meeting of the
vocational conference of the Women's
league. The public is invited.:
4 o'clock-Rehearsal of the Japanese
scene of "The Magic Carpet," U-hall.
4 to 5 o'clock-Rehearsal of the
Union minstrel at the Union.
7:30 o'clock-Soph lit smoker at the
Union.
7:30 o'clock-Meeting of the Acolytes
in Mason hall.
Tomorrow.
4 o'clock-Rehearsal of the Chinese
scene of "The Magic Carpet," U-hall.
U.Notices.
A special meeting of the faculty of
the University will be held -this after-
noon at 4 o'clock in the registrar's of-
fice.
Junior engineers can be measured
for corduroy trousers at the following
time and places: From Friday at 1
o'clock until Saturday night in the En-
gineering society rooms or at N. F.
Allen & Co., 221 South Main street. A
deposit of one dollar will be required
with each order.
Union members and pledge life mem-
bers may secure tickets for the Union
minstrel by presenting their member-
ship cards at the Union desk. Faculty
members will have tickets mailed to
them if they will telephone the Union.
Men's . section of the Deutscher
Verein will meet ini room 306 U-hall.
All jiunior girls interested in writ-
ing dialogue, music, or lyrics meet in
Barbour gymnasium at 3 o'clock Fri-
day.
The soph engineers and fresh lits
will play off their tie game Friday aft-
ernoon at 3:30 o'clock on Ferry field.
Orations for the University peace
oratorical contest must be in the hands
of R. K. Immel of the oratorical de-
partment by "Saturday night of this
week.
Flannel Shirts made to order. G. H.
Wild Company. Leading merchant
tailors. State street. tf

LS 8 HOUR LAW UNCONSTI-
TUTIONAL IN CIRCUIT COURT
(Continued from Page One.)
ident Gompers of the American
ration of Labor on Judge Hook's
Sion.
g Cases Before Supreme Court.
ashington, Nov. 22.-There was
>t here this afternoon that the
ed States supreme court will be
to render a decision on the Adam-
eight-hour law before early in
uary, unless the ponderous ma-
ery of the highest tribunal is
ded to a rate that would get. a
edent.
i the calendar for the three weeks'
Lon beginning Dec. 4, are a num-

ber of big cases. To set the Adamson
case forward would mean a complete
readjustment of the routine and rush
the court beyond any previous instance
for the justices to have their decisions
written before Dec. 22. The recesssis
to last until Jan. 8, provided the whole
routine plan is not rearranged. It was
said at the White House that no state-
ment or announcement would be ex-
pected.
Cosmopolitan Club Elects Officers
New members for the Cosmopolitan
club were voted upon at a recent meet-
ing of the organization. Some Ameri-
cans were admitted to membership in
order to make the clmb truly cosmo-
politan. The initiation will be held at
the next monthly meeting on Dec. 4.

Mr. Dallas Bondeman of the Kalama-
zoo bar will finish this afternoon the
series of lectures on "Statutory Con-
struction" and "Statutes of Michigan"
which he has been giving for the past
two weeks in the law building. This
is the fourteenth consecutive year that
Mr. Bondeman has come to Ann Ar-
bor to lecture to the law students on
these subjects.
Although attendance at these lec-
tures has been entirely voluntary, a
considerable number of men have fol-
lowed them through from the first.
The course on "Statutory Construc-
tidli" has covered the formation and
interpretation of some typical state
and federal laws while the latter
course has been devoted entirely to
Michigan statutes.
PROF. J. R. BRUMII TO AD-
DRESS SOPH LITS AT SMOKER
"Chasing One's Hat" is the subject
of the talk that will be given to-
night by Professor Brumm of the
rhetoric department at the soph lit
smoker to be held at 7:30 o'clock to-
night at the Union. "Bob" Collins,
'171, will speak and music will be
furnished by a string trio made up of
H. L. Davis, '17, C. H. Cottington '19,
and Paul King, '17.
The smoker will be held at the
Union at 7:30 o'clock.
SOPH LIT SMOKER AT THE UN-
ION, THURSDAY NIGHT, 7:30, NOV.
23RD. 22-23

GARI MELOHERS IS, HONORED
Detroit Artist Elected to American
Academy of Fine Arts
Another honor has been added re-
cently to the long list opposite the
name of Gari Melchers, with his elec-
tion to the American Academy of Fine
Arts.
Mr. Melchers is the artist who
painted the portrait of Dean Vaughan
which hangs in Memorial hall. The
portrait was begun in October, 1915,
on the return of the artist from Ger-
many and is a gift to the University
by friends of the dean.
The frescos of "The Arts of Peace"
and "The Arts of War" that until re-
cently hung in University hall were
designed by Mr. Melchers for the Co-
lumbian exposition in 1893 and his
murals "War" and "Peace". decorate
the walls of the congressional library.
Pictures by this artist hang in the"
national galleries of Paris, Vienna, and
Berlin and many foreign honorary so-
cieties have conferred medals on him.
Although his home is in Detroit, Mr.
Melchers has his studio in Paris.
In 1914 Mr. Melchers received an

FRIDAY
NOV.,24
Charles Frohman
PRESENTS
Rose
Stahl
In the NEW
American Comedy

W HITNEY

OUR MRS, Mc CHESNEY
A Dramatization of Edna Fer-
ber's Emma McChesney
Stories
By Arrangement with JOSEPH BROOKS
Seat Now On Sale
PRICES: 50, 75c S1, 1.50,2
Lessons in Fancy Work, 50 cents per
hour. Orders filled for Xmas. Phone
740-M. 34-24-25-26

Girls, appointments filled promptly
at Mrs. Rowe's Hair Shop (over Shee-
han's). Rainwater used. Phone

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