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- Over Foot Wear

FOR

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And WOMEN

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Our windows are full of the-
season's authoritative styles.
Conservative staples and pop-
ular Novelties. No matter
what your taste, we can serve
you. Widths A A to E, and
salesmen who will fit you
properly.
Hoffsiettcr 's

MR. FRESHMAN:
"As the twig is bent, the tree
is inclined." Therefore--
Get Started Right
First, be a man, a real man; do the things and do them in the way
that a man would do them. Be honest with yourself.
Second, be a Michigan man; a Freshman, of course, but be a real
Freshman; green, not yellow; get wise, but don't show it; take all the
knocks that come your way, but come up smiling, for in a few short
months you'll be the Soph that thinks he knows it all-you'll have
your time then.
Third-Get acquainted,-not only with your fellow classmates,
but most particularly with the firms you do business with while you
are in Ann Arbor. It is a good plan to inquire as to the reliability of
the various firms and I invite you to solicit information as regards
the following claims:
LYNDON, the leading commercial photographer to Michigan stu-
dents for the past twelve years, claims to be the most reliable photog-
rapher in Ann Arbor for anything photographic (except portraits).
Ask anybody who knows, and you will go to Lyndon for-
Eastman kodaks, cameras, special lenses, photographic supplies,
lantern slides, copies, enlargements, and AMATEUR FINISHING.
We do more amateur finishing than all others combined because
we give better service and give better results while our prices are
as low as others.

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Sheehan

NEW MANAGEMENT

TEXT BOOKS and SUPPLIES
FOR ALL COURSES
Real Values in Second-Hand Books
I. P. NOTE BOOKS
FOUNTAIN PENS
DRAWING INSTRUMENTS

Style 942
Popular Brown
o, Tan-Cordo, Tan
:r. Price ,$6 and $7,

Walk-Over Boot Shop
115 S. Vlain

EVERY STUDENT NECESSITY

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GO TO WARD'S
Who flakes
KLASSY KUT KLOTIHIES
Suits and Overcoats $17 and up
Made to Measure
F. E. Ch ASE llgr.
118 E. HURON ST.
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WE SPECIALIZE IN ENLARGEMENTS, groups, views, flashlights.
Lyndon knows how to get them and get them the way to please you.
Lyndon's store is located two doors from Hill Auditorium on North
University, at the sign of the Kodak next to the Arcade theatre.
And now, Mr. Freshman, come i and get acquainted. We will
treat you right.

THE CAMPUS
EXCLUSIVE
FOR

BOOTERY
AGENTS

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Yours for a successful year,

BOSTONIAN AND FLORSHEIM
SHOES
$5.00 to $8.50.
ROYAL TAILORS of CHICAGO
AND
INTERNATIONAL TAILORING CO.
OF CHICAGO
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
YOUR MEASURE #17.50 to $42.00 PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED

A. S. LYNDON

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308 S. State St. Opposite Huston Bros.

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LWAJESTIC
3-7:30 and 9P. M.
DON'T MISS THE
ip! Hip!! Hurrah!!!
FARCICAL OPERA

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[AUGHTY
'RINCESS

FUN, GIRLS and MUSIC
WAR MAP of EUROPE
A GLIMPSE of HADES
PLENTYTO LAUGH AT
MUCH TO SEE
GET SEATS QUICK
SUNDAY
A Plcturizatioii of Jack
London's Story, "The Sea
Wolf."
Best Photo Play Ever Seen
. aboratory Coats and Waiters' Coats.
igner & Co., State St., head of Liber-
St. oct6,7
We set glass in all parts of the city.
H. Major & Co. 'Phone 237.
oct3,4,5,6,7,8
i learn lyewritinRw .Q
quires close applioatio l
A t pewriter and fr
instruction b from
D.Morrill. 22 S. States
will do the rest*.

WHAT'S GOING ONj
Today.
9:00-12:00 o'clock-Professor Albert
A. Stanley will try out voices for
Choral Union at School of Music.
2:30 o'clock-Michigan vs. Case,
Ferry field.
7:00 o'clock-Tryouts for Glee club
meet at School of Music.
8:00 o'clock-Patron's tickets for
the pre-festival concert series go on
sale at Hill auditorium.
9:00 o'clock-Membership dance at
Union.
Tomorrow.
2:00 o'clock-Polonia Literary so-
ciety meets. All Polish students are
requested to attend.
7:30 o'clock-Prof.C.M. Cobern
speaks at Methodist church.,
President May Not Return at Once
Washington, Oct. 6.-It was reported
at the White House today that Presi-
dent Wilson would probably not be
back at the capitol until the latter part
of the week. He leaves Chicago today
for Shadow Lawn, where he will ad-
dress a delegation of Wilson independ-
ents next Monday.
We have plenty of overalls. Wagner
& Co., State St., head of Liberty St.
oct6,7
Special Gym Suit-85 cents-Special
Gym Oufit-$2.00, Wagner & Co., State
St., head of Liberty St. oct6,7
We guarantee personally all our
fountain pens. Complete stock of L.
E. Waterman, Conklin, Swan and Bos-
ton Safety pens. Haller & Fuller,
State St. Jewelers. oct4,5,6,7,8

ALL-FRESH IN FIRST CLASH
West, Yearling Fullback, Gets Over
iLine for T~ouchdownl
Football and other things removed
from a good exhibition of the game.
characterized the initial scrimmage of
the All-Fresh yesterday. After 40
minutes of milling, the so-called regu-
lars triumphed over the so-called'
scrubs 6-0.
Both teams fumbled considerably.
Some good playing was seen, but it
was overshadowed by the slip-shod
work that was a part of many plays.
Most of the poor work can be attri-
buted to the length of time which has
elapsed since moleskins have been
worn by those present on both sides,
and the newness of each man to the
style of those playing around him.
West, playing fullback on the regu-
lar team, made the only score. Like-
wise his playing for the afternoon was
as good as any of the yearlings.
McGinnis will not make any cut in
the squad until the middle of the next
week at least. This after'noon the
fresh will scrimmage the Varsity re-
serves, beginning at 1:30 o'clock. Aft-
er a short practice they will be given
the opportunity to watch the Varsity
go after Case.
,GEORGE SISLER, EX-BASE
E EL L CAPTAIN, TO MARRY
Another unwary young man has
succumbed to the wiles of the maiden.
George Sisler, '15E, ex-captain of the
1913 Varsity baseball team and at
present scintillating first-sacker of the
St. Louis Browns, will sign an iron-
bound contract on the twenty-first of
this month, and inasmuch as the late
lamented Federal League no longer
affords a haven for those who find
their bonds irksome, it would seem
that George is in for life. The party
of the second part is Miss Kathleen
H-olznagle, '15, a member of Kappa
Kappa Gamma sorority. The cere-
mony will take place in Detroit.
Glee Club Tryouts Tomorrow Night
Glee club tryouts will be held to-
morrow night at 7:00 o'clock in room
205 N. W. In view of the fact that
the musical clubs are to take a 10,-
000-mile trip to the Pacific coast and
the south this year, a large turnout
is expected. On the trip the clubs
will play in Chicago, St. Louis, Denver,
Salt Lake City, Los Angeles, New Or-
leans, Memphis and a number of other
places.
Canadian Revenues Show Big Increase
Ottawa, Oct. 6.-Canadian revenues
totaled $103,000,000 for the first half
of the current year. This is a $30,000,-
000 increase over the same period last
year. It is expected the revenues will
reach $220,000,000 by the close of the
year.

ARCADE
Shows at 3:00; 6:30; 8:oo; 9:30
roc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone 296-M.
Fri., 6-Lionel Barrymore in "The
Upheaval" ; Herz Comedy.
Sat., 7-Ethel Clayton and Tom Moore
in "Dollars and the Woman."
Children's Matinee 4:30; "Paul:Re.
ver's Ride" and ' Freddy and the
fixer."
Mon. 9-J. warren Kerrigan in "The
Silent Battle"; Goldberg cartoon.

GARRICK * Pop. Mat. Wed.. 25c to $.
Nights & Sat.. Mat..
25c to $1.54.
The Success of Two Continents.
A Pair of Silk Stockings
Cyril Harcourt's 3-act Comedy.
Next Week: "ALONE AT LAST."

HE EHA N '
C. W. GRAHAM, Mngr.
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SDirect from nine months in
New York, 7 months in
Chicago and S months in
. Boston
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! I .Endorsed by the Clergy of
all Creeds and Denomina-
tions -o
A story of youth, his trials,
c temptations, and his final triumph.r
TEN BIG SCENES AND COMPANY OF 82
Prices 50, 5c, $1,1150 All Performances

Orpheu~mTheatre
Matinees, 2:00-3:30; Evening, 6:45,
8:5s, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.

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Tues.-o Douglas Fairbanks in -"The
Half-Breed. Also Triangle Comedy,
Joseph Belmont in "A La Cabaret."
Eve. 15c.
Sat., 7-Wm. S. Hart in "The Captive
God." Also Triangle Comedy, Chas.
Murray in "Pills of Peril." Fve., isc.
Sun.-Mon., 8.9-- Pauline Frederick in
"The Woman in the Case." Also
Holmes Travels.

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LIBERWTY AT 606

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STUDENTS
The Place to Buy
HATS
IS AT THE
Factory Hat Store
617 Packard St.
Next to the Delta
Corner State and Packard
ASK ANYBODY
We Have the Style ALL the While
Call 600 for expert typewriting.
oct3 to 29
Davis will block a hat to fit any
head and guarantee the hat for a year.
Davis at 119 Main. oct5,7,10,14
When you are out looking at the
new fall model suits and overcoats,
be sure and see our line. We save
you five todten dollars on a suit or
overcoat. Chucks Clothes Shop, 618
E. Liberty St. oct4,5,6,7,8

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D. E. GRVENNAN
SC usto m 0o"It'I
Golf Riding
knickers LIBERTY AT 606 Breeches

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Phone 273

200 E. Washington St.

TO THE HEADQUARTERS FOR

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Students electrical supplies
Study lamps, shades, extension cords, heating de-
vices and everything electrical.
Repair Work Given Prompt Attention
Washtenaw Electric Shop
-THE SHOP OF QUALITY"
If it is not right, we make it right

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Minneapolis Chicago Milwaukee Detroit
ANNOUNCING
FURNISHINGS FOR FALL
The range of selection is quite large, while the qua-
lity is such that will appeal to particular people.
LIBERTY AT 606

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