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A Season of Good Things
At this time of the year, with good things
in abundance, how about Your Clothes?
Why don 't you get ready for the .holidays?
An all-wool suit or overcoat, in4ividually cut and hand-
tailored to your individual measure, will be both sensible
and seasonable, and will give you something good for
the holidays.
Order now while our showing is comnplete, and have
that Suit or Overcoat in time for Thanksgiving.

L YN D0 N719 N. Unxiversifty
THELONE P HOTGAPE
W'h o delivers the Goods and has
beeun doelivey ing them for 12 years
r°ight he-re among Michigan Students

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DR'ESS SUi rS FOR hIRA'

J. K. MALCOLM
E. Liberty St. Malcolm Block
Phone 17'13-M

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SENIORS
Sit Early For Your MICHIGANEN.SIAN"
PICTURE AT
610~ E. Liberty St.
oAnn Arbor, - - Mich.
Perfect Portraitures
Unsurpassed Accomodations for
Group Photographs.
Amateur Work Handled in a Pro-
fessional Way.
MAIN STrUDIOS 1546-48 Broadway New York, N. Y.

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1 1II Ii irnaion 1Polity
~iga~ztinsForm
@ e,1.(lass
STI Vb 111 t1)LIIN iNSTf1IJTIONS
TiwOolauiainthe Cosmopolitan
club arnd thre trational Polity club,
will comine i iing a series of 20
l ectil n- ,which will be known as the
intari.atinAl study cla ss lectures.
PrfT. A. C. + ljlilner, who is in
&'ageofthe lecture program, has ar-
rang;ed? an unusually interesting sched-
ule.
A number of speakers for the meet-
ing have been obtained from the
head quarters of the International Pol-
it clb t New York City.
Th:e purpose of the International
Polityv club is to study- questions of in-
ternational law and' problems of the
Ui ted t-tMates foreign policies; that of
the Cosmopolitan 'club is to study
problems of foreign students. The
purpose of the international study
class will be to examine modern in-
sit ittions and their effect upon people
w' ifretcountries.
Prof AlertA. tale y will deliver
a lcunuo the international
chaactr o muicwhile another lec-
t..rer w ldel ith the character of
language asis influence upon peo-
p leand ,illtrace the evolution of
A joint meeting of the two clubs
will be held tomorrow at 5 o'clock in
rooni?31"'niversity hall to determine
the ms suita ble time for giving the
lecura.After the combined meeting
the einersof the International
Polity clb.will meet .to elect officers
fer the year,
GYM CLSEV GNMNA
Rt}#hY4:1 Gere -A. 0 Plans Series of

ARCADE
t)4 a t 3 :00 ; 6 :30 ; 8:oo ; 9:3o.
toe unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone 296-M.
Yon.-Tues.-W'ed.-4-5.6 Mary Pickford in
"Less Than The D)ust." Her own pro-
d1u ction).
Thur.- 7 - Theila Bara in "Romeo andl
Juliet"; Chap. 6 of Gloria's Romance"
("Hidden Fires'') 15e
IFri:-8-1mily Stevens iu "The Wager."
D~rew Comedy,
OrphlemTheatre
'4~tre,2 _oo-3:30:o Eve'nin, 6.45
8:Y5, 5.30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
; un - ton.-3-q-Marie Iloro in "The Lash,''
Alo lHolmies Travels.
I ucs.-Lillian isjh in "Diane of the Fol-
lies~," Also TJriang~le Comedy, Sling
tSurni e, vi lie in i "s Busted Trust,'
W(-, .-6r -y Pickford in "Poor Little
1'e l.na" 7 Reels. Rebooked'
Goodhew Floral Co,
.25, . Liberty. Pihone 1321
Choice Cyclemen Bengonias,
Cher ry Plants and Primroses.

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POP. MATINEE
WEDNESDAY,
Best Seats $i.oo

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at redu-ed re,

PHONE 2255

Novelty Xntas Baskets.

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Greenh:ouses-Observatory and
Volliand St. Phone, 170-M.
Vie.-1onMay t~ oro"gan & Co.
Gold, together with Russian and
t nited States securities to the value
of $80,000,000, has been forwarded
eriom Petrograd th rou gh San Francisco
to T. P. Morgan and company.
['lannel Shirts made to order. G. Ii.
WNild Company. Leading merchant
ailors. State street. tf
yTWO D)AYS UNTILf ~ t
.dl 2h1 01 .Fi' I N SURSCIPTION
('AMP~~.SA VE 50 CETS

Messrs SuT~srd
of the Sensaioal o la
Viennsse Oerett

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EAT SALE THURS., 10 A. He.
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One Entire Year. n ""w)
"A sweet story oTvc'~ o gda
Meu of comic Imood to spccI"-, our,
Dancers of nimble toe' and ac. ,,wu1, 7i[ n -
Rhythmic melodies, beateu grs isie
Scenes garlanded ithlarstbooi
'Tis, indeed ,th 3waric.

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With the great original east and piositirely the samte company

that playvs Detroit week following.

Cisc;in phys,:ical training will be-
grn in the -7_n, ..,,i! Waterman gym-
'linr i t : ocock tomorrow after-
nloon wen ,e;,s.nen will receive in-
'r c? ". Thre are 1,100 first year
'i_ ]enrlledIn the seven classes and
-ratruction i e given every after-
icon of_'e vie except Wednesday.
The nlymoringclasses will meet at
I o'< 5 O'cl,.k ci uedys and Thurs-
lays.
r.C' re A. May has evolved a
wries feliciu tests which will be
l othe feshen. The stand-
ards wich have beenx set for the stu-
'cut ar asfollows : High jump, fourj
fee; fncevault, five feet; push up,
five tme;pull up, five times; 50-
yard dash, 6 4-5 seconds; half mile
ranm, three mninutes. Efficiency on the
gymnasium ap~paratus will also be con-
sidered.
Lockerys ar~ e ing assigned at the
,yninasium from 1 to 5 o'clock every
afternoon.
Woise jme tIA.F cfor Sti f r age Battle
Wrashington, Doec. 2.--Following the
l ead of the tongressional union, the
NationalAsocato for Woman Suf-
J, a e 1hasorgn, zireda committee to
woirk in Washington for the passage
of a federal suffrage amendment.
'PhusndsofOhioans have signed
rnc tiions <. itg Prsident Wilson to
pit in force, a food embargo.y
It ) a thsdriscontinuaed Cdo -4
in Calkirs I rugCo.'s kodok finish-
ing.A new soewl be opened byt
him i. the Nickels Arcade the 15th o
i~eenibr, wichwillhave a connplet
tl. riag a( (t.. tus fr recivin
ins will 1, _Nikes rcade.-
adx. 3-5-6-7-3-9

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Direct from the leading T'fatre,'i7 At-lI & .yA3bil
tnde up of sure-fire-h It ol ht B.. K iiPA 6 u ,wr
irho have m ared no expense In sending tIliW , rvfld k, t -nArb
SO MELTHIN G THAT SURELY SI RItHES°ho s e P i OMEK .
In the Comedy Playlet
ET"E LETT
KA W T N, ""The 4hoosi er G
THE mi isI O R Monarchs ii a y Manevr(S
BEN IVICI ROS. 'ANgti eie
Greatest Animal Novelty in 1t-e WorI
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WHAT'S GOING ON
Today.
:30 o'clock-Meeting of faculty men
,erested in "Y" prison camp work
Newberry hall.
8o'clock-Dr. James A. MacDonald
eaks at Presbyterian church.
- 't'omorrow.
:15 o'clock-Classes start in. Wa-
"man gymnasium.
:30 o'clock-Senior engineer-fresh
football game, Ferry field.

4 :15 o'clock-E.mma Goldman lec-
ture on Tolstoy, Woodman's hall.
7:30 o'clock --Keystone club smoker
at Union.
8 o'clock---Col. James L. Taylor lec-
tures on "Safe Transportation of Ex-
plosives," lecture room engineering
building.
8 o'clock-Emma Goldman lectures
(in "Dostoyevsky," Woodman's hall.
TWO DAYS UNTIL
_11lIG NENSI AN SUSCRIP~riN
t XM PAI(CN. SAVE 50 CENTS

In the Screamingly Funny Play
"~THIETERRITORIALS QUARTE FlY'9

Today (Sunday) 1:30, 3, 7,9and 8:30 P
You have read the Book-seen the Pa-
BRYANT WASHBURN and MARGUERFITEt- LAY TON CP inl

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Riding
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igh grade Kodak I'ising at Sug-
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In Motion Pictures surpasscsbt.
A Great Story You All Know About

Golf
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No Change in Price

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