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THE ONE PHOTOGRAPHER
Who delivers the Goods and has
been delivering them for 12 years
right here among Michigan Students
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his popular Pattern Pictured
>mes in Black and Brown
if skin and black kid skin.
ubber or leather soles.
Priced $4.50 to $7.00
(Handy Volume Issue)
few lot of Silver Pumps
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB WILL
APPEAR INDETROIT FAlI
Thu. & Sat.
NOW ON DISPLAY HERE
H O FFSTETTER'S
Walk -Over Boot Shop
115 S. Main St.
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Sit Early For Your °'MICHIGANENSIAN"
fire Girl From BriziI"'
Colleges and Universities to Take
Part in Affair; Proceeds Given
to Occupation Bureau
Come in and Browse around
Shows at 3 : o o ;63;8-00; 9.30
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619 E. Liberty St.
Ann Arbor. - - Mich.
Unsurpassed Accomodations for
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MAIN STUDIOS 1546-48 Broadway New York; N. Y.
E. Huron St.
118 E. Huron St.
lassy-Kut-Klothes Shop says-:
You can afford to wear one of our Suits or Overcoats for
Because he saves you $io.oo.
WHAT'S GOING ONL
15 o'clock-Meeting of Inlander
o'clock-Prof. Arthur Canfield lec-
s to the Cercle Francais, Tappan
o'clock-Commerce club meets,
o'clock-Prof. L. C. Karpinski lee.
s, auditorium new science build-
30 o'clock-Adelphi meets in U-
8 o'clock-Union Spotlight v
lie at Hill auditorium.
7 o'clock-Military training
aterman gymnasium. All must
Women of Ann Arbor will meet at
7:30 o'clock tonight in Newberry hall
to form an auxiliary society to the
Eindustan Association of America.
Because of confliction with the
Spotlight vaudeville, the Tryads will
not meet tonight.
All Junior engineers who have not
been measured for corduroy trousers
should do so today as this is the last
lay orders can be taken.
Life, faculty, yearly and pledge mem-
bers of the Union may obtain free
ickets to the Spotlight vaudeville upon
presentation of membership cards.
Tickets for the Spotlight vaudeville
on sale at Water's, Sheenan's, and
Slater's book stores and at Allmend-
nger's and Grinell Bros. music stores.
Tickets may be secured at the Union
lesk by those who wish to take ladies.
;o the Spotlight vaudeville.
STILL ADVANCE ON ROUMANIA
GLENN COULTER APOINTED TOj
REPRESENT UNION AT MEETING
Glenn Coulter, '18, has been chosen
delegate by the board of directors of
the Michigan Union to represent the
Michigan Union at the annual national
convention of university and college
unions held this year at Cleveland, 0.,
Dec. 8 and 9. He will be accompanied
by A. S. Hart, '17, and Kenneth Bar-
Upper Peninsula Club to Give Dance
The Upper Peninsula club will give
its annual Thanksgiving. frolic on
Wednesday night, Nv. 29, at the Mich-
igan Union. Ike Fischer will furnish
a special five-piece combination and
dancing will continue from-9 to 1
o'clock. The tickets will sell for one
dollar and will be limited to 75. They
may be obtained by the public at the
Union from 4 to 6 o'clock this after-
noon or from the officers of the club.
Think Ship Hit and Sunk Submarine
New York, Nov. 27.-Passengers on
the Red Star liner Lapland arriving
today from Liverpool declared their
belief that the steamer ran into and
probably sank a German submarine off
Nantucket yesterday morning. Captain
Bradshaw admitted that at the hour
mentioned the ship came to a full stop
with such force as to throw many pas-
sengers from their bunks, but declared
the vessel ran into a "big wave."
Swiss Object to Belgian Deportation
London, Nov. 27.-Reuter's dispatch
from Berne asserts that the federal
council has instructed the Swiss min-
istry in Berlin to notify the German
government that the Belgian deporta-
tions have "unfavorably impressed
Swiss public opinion."
Gold Importations Total $493,000,000
New York, Nov. 27.-Gold importa-
tions for the year climbed to nearly
the half billion mark today when J.
F. Morgan and company deposited $7,-
500,000 in gold from Canada at the.
assay office. The year's importations
F. W. Misch Married in New York
News comes from New York City of
the marriage of Fred W. Misch, '12P,
and Miss Florence Paltsits Smith, '14.
The ceremony took place Sept. 14,
Frank M. Schad, '11P, acting as best
Alumni Have Direct Wire During Game
During the Pennsylvania game the
University of Michigan club of New
York had a direct Western Union wire
cnnecting their club rooms with Ferry
Field and received continuous reports
of the plays during the whole game.
Girls, appointments tilled promptly
at Mrs. Rowe's Hair Shop (over Shee-
han's). Rainwater used. Phone
The Girls' Glee club journeys to De-
troit today to represent the University
of Michigan in the intercollegiate
county fair at the Arcadia, In which
27 colleges and universities ill take
part. The idea was first suggested by
the Association of University of Michi-
gan Women. All the women's col-
leges are to present rival novelties on
the "midway." The Glee club will
appear in several songs, one of which
promises to be popular with the audi-
ence of alumnae, a medley of junior
girls' play songs. The proceeds of
the affair are to go to the collegiate
bureau of occupations.
This is the first big public perform-
ance of the club and also the first of
the grips which the organization is
to take this year. On Thursday even-
ing, Dec. 7, a concert is to be given
in Hill auditorium, together with "The
Worsted Man," presented by Masques.
The whole club of about 50 members
will appear, and there will be several
individual stunt numbers. Rehearsals
have been going with considerable
vigor and Miss Nora C. Hunt, director
of the club, has expressed herself as
much gratified with the spirit shown
and the quality of the work.
$800,000 Given by German-Americans
Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 27.-The execu-
tive committee of the German-Amer-
ican National alliance, consisting of
the officers of the national body and
presidents of state alliances, met here
today in three sessions. John Tjarks
of Baltimore, treasurer of the war re-
lief fund, reported $800,000 contributed
for relief of war suffeiers. A literary
defense committee to counteract mis-
taken ideas about the aims and pur-
poses of the alliance was organized,
with George Seibel of Pittsburg as
chairman. The next convention will
be held in Milwaukee, Nov. 29 to Dec.
I. Sugar, 'I4, Speaks to Socialists
Maurice Sugar, '14L, well known
campus orator, member of the Law
Review staff, and at present acting
attorney for the labor party in De-
troit, will be the principal speaker at
a meeting of the Intercollegiate So-
cialis society to be held at Newberry
hall at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow even-
ing. The organization wishes to ex-
tend an invitation to all those who are
interested in the purpose and work
of the organization.
A short business meeting will fol-
low the address by Mr. Sugar.
here's New Defense for Old Crime
Denver, Nov. 27.-When a wife takes
money from her husband's pockets it
isn't theft under the law, it is com-
munity property and each has an equal
interest in it.
This defense is urged in a suit filed
by Mrs. Joseph Barth. to answer and
as a cross complaint of M. A. Barth
in a divorce suit pending in the dis-
trict court. Mrs. Barth admits she
purloined a sum of money from her
husband's pockets, but says she did
so in order to get a present for him.
Canada to Have Atlantic-Pacific Line
Ottawa, Nov. 27.-The government
has announced the establishment of a
state-owned steamship line between
Canadian Atlantic and Pacific ports via
the Panama canal. There being no
tonnage available, two vessels will be
built in British Columbia for which
tenders will be called at once. The
service will be under the control of
the department of railroads and canals.
New York Club to Dine Jan. 26
The date for the annual dinner of
the University of Michigan club of
New York has been tentatively set as
Jan. 26. This date is subject to change
if it will not be convenient for Presi-
dent Harry B. Hutchins and other fac-
ulty members to attend at that time.
Prof. Karpinski Lectures on Algebra
Prof. L. C. Karpinski of the math-
ematics department will give an il-
lustrated lecture on the "History of
Algebra" in the auditorium of the new
science building at 7 o'clock tonight.
All those interested are welcome.
Mon .-27-Theda Bara in "The Eternal
Sapho. " c
T es.-28-Iillian Walker in "The Kid"
Mutt & Neff Cartoon.
We V ',<( Fiei.V i a ''The ManWo
Stood Still"; Mutt & Jeff Cartoon.
Thur.-,o-June Caprice and Jane Lee in
"The /Ragged Princess." Chap. 5 of
Billie Burke in Gloria's Romance." i5c
h Ornhum Teatre
Matinees, 2:00-3:30; Evening. 6:45.
Tues.-28-Norma Talmadge in "The Soci-
al Secretary." Also Triangle Comedy,
Star Keystoners in "A Scoundrel's
Tol." Eve. 15c.
Wed.-2-Mary Pickford in Hulda from
Thurs.-Fri. -30- .Theodore Roberts in
"Anton the Terrible," Also Bray
Sheehan & Co.'
do to Hats
he marke hats
We sell hats at retail
We carry a big stock
We have the latest all the time
We shape hiats to fit the head
We clean and reblock hats
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard Next to the Delta
Cor. Packard and State
$ 00,0000$ WORTH OF FOOD
IN CHICAGO COLD STORAGE
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age houses would be affected in a
similar way, he said.
Traces Eggs from lHen to Table
New York. Nov. 27.-The Wicks leg-
islative investigating committee this
afternoon traced a carload of eggs
from the hen to table, learning that
it started from Indiana in June at 24
cents a dozen, passed through many
brokers' hands and reached the New
York public in November at prices
ranging from 45 to 55 cents a dozen.
Calling the eggs fresh, one of the wit-
nesses testified, was a stenographic
Blame Shortage of Eggs for Prices
New York, Nov. 27.--Declaring that
there is a real shortage of eggs in the
nation, and that this, as much as
speculation, is responsible for high
prices, Mrs. Julian Heath, head of the
National Housewives league, appealed
today for concerted action by the pub-
lic to force prices down. The central
council of the league in session here
today is considering the advisability of
appealing to the rank and file of the
country to refrain from egg eating for
Charge Conspiracy to Hold Up Prices
Pitsburg, Nov. 27.-Evidence of con-
spiracy among Pittsburg buyers and
wholesalers to keep up the prices of
life's necessities multiplied today. One
of the inspectors of the city food in-
spection bureau returned from a par-
tial investigation that carried him into
the potato raising district of Ohio.
There, he said, he found thousands
of tons of potatoes already purchased
by Pittsburg buyers held back until
the market can be cleared of the
cheaper Michigan product. He asked
that his name be withheld until he
has completed his investigation, and
prepared to submit his evidence to the
chamber of commerce probers.
Dancing classes and private lessons
at the Packard Academy. 18-tf
INTEREST NOW IN HOCKEY
Skating Game May Soon Be Chief In-
Although basketball as the chief
minor sport has a greater number of
participants than any other division
of Michigan athletics, with the im-
proved facilities at Weinberg's coli-
seum it is thought that hockey will
be a serious contender. It is a little
early to arrange a schedule, but with
the advent of colder weather, every
class or department in the University
probably will make preparations to-
ward entering a team.
The combination of the junior and'
senior lits carried off the campus
honors last year with the soph en-
gineers as runners up. Since every
member of last year's engineer team
is back in school this semester, it!
looks as though they could present a
very strong and experienced lineup.
The Best Novelty Yet
Darrell & Hanford
Football on Bicycles
IE motion pic-
ures of the
Cornell - Michigan
GILMORE DOBIE ONLY COACH
THAT HAS NOT SEEN DEFEAT
Seattle, Wash.,' Nov. 27. - When
Washington defeated California by a
13-3 score Nov. 19, Coach Gilmore
Dobie completed his twelfth year of
undefeated football coaching. This
football wizard of the northwest, as
he is commonly called, has never
coached a team that met defeat. He
began back in 1905, when he started
to coach the Minneapolis high school
team, and since that time his elevens
have played 55 games, and have piled
up a grand total of 1,672 points, as
against 108 for his opponents.
In 1907 Dobie first took charge of
the Washington squad, and since that
time two college generations have
come and gone without seeing their
football team defeated a single time.
Dobie has the distinction of being the
only football coach in the world who
has never been defeated.
FIVE AMERICAN CINDER
MEN REACH HOME TODAY
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went down the bay on a cutter to
greet the returning athletes.
Ted Meredith would not have been
with the party had he been .permitted
to go to England on business, where
he had intended to represent a Phil-
adelphia firm, but his passports were
not acceptable to the British author-
ities and he had to come back. The
American consul at Stockholm did all
in his power to get Meredith to Lon-
don, but without success. Meredith re-
turned immediately to Philadelphia
and he may decide to go back to Eng-
land direct. Ward and Simpson also
returned to their homes, but Loomis
and Murray will remain here for the
Cold Weather Handicaps Americans
The Americans were handicapped
by the cold weather but not enough
to seriously affect their competition.
It was always about 10 or 15 degrees
above zero in Sweden and Norway,
and the men had to dig their starting
holes with pickaxes.
Jo Loomis was the heaviest scorer
of the five, tallying 85% points in the
total of 305 registered by the Ameri-
cans. The table of the points scored,
showing first, second, third, and fourth-
places, including the two-day meet at
Goteburg, in which the Americans
made a clean sweep of every event, fol-
(Continued from Page One.)
a second official war office statement
issued this afternon. "In the Mona-
stir plain and the mountains in Cerna
Bend the entente suffered a severe de-
feat by the failure of a great attack
extending from Tronva, northwest of
Monastir, to Makovo." The statement
reported "nothing of importance" on
the western and eastern fronts.
Germans to Send 20,000 French Home
Paris, Nov. 27.-Twenty thousand
French civilians, mostly old men, wom-!
en, and children, from the occupied
districts of France, are about to be
sent back to France from Germany.
Trains, each carrying 500 persons, will
effect the transportation to Switzer-
land, enroute to this country, before
Roast suckling pig dinner Thanks-
giving Day. Michigan Union. 28-29-30
J. G. Loomis..13
Fred Murray .. 6
Bob Simpson.. 6
Ted Meredith.. 6
A. E. Ward.... 3
Thanksgiving party at Armory,
Wednesday, November 29th. Dancing
from 9:00 to 1:00. 28
AT TTHE ONLY"
YOU WILL FIND
Wrse's and Gilbert's Candies Full line of Cigars and Tobacco
have not shopped-
ss you have stopped
he James Foster House of Art.
See us-We sell Everything A Student needs
Opp. Eng. Arch