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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, OC'

L Y ND0O N

calk-Over "Cordovans"
FOR 'Men
A Leader of Leaders

719 N. University

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THE ONE PHOTOGRAPHER
Who delivers the Goods and has
been delivering them for 12 years
right here among Michigan Students

he a s
NEW MANACEMENT

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This perfect and sup
Boot pictured is on
most attractive Nev
for Fall.
Finest imported "H
Deep, Rich Brown
All sizes.
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Style No. 9 Walk- Over oot
uine Shell Cordovan
Price $8.oo 115 S. Mlain

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Shade.
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Shop

Kodaks
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The following nominations have been
made for the coming class elections,
which will be held sometime during
the coming week:
Senior pharmics-President, George

G'izaramteed
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Mat. GARRIG
Wed. Sat DETROIT

Week of
Oct. 9

TEXT BOOKS and SUPPLIES
FOR ALL COURSES
Real Values in Second-Hand Books
DRAWI NOTE BOOKS
DR AW ING INSTR UM E NTS

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WHA'S GOING 0
Today
00 o'clock-Senior pharmic class
Lng, room 300 chemistry building.
30-All-Fresh vs. Michigan State
tal, Ferry field.
30 o'clock-Band meets in front of
'ersity hall for Mt. Union game.
30 o'clock-Michigan vs. Mount
n, Ferry field.
30 o'clock-Chess club meets, room
B, natural science building.
)0 o'clock-Upper Room Bible
meets, 444, South State street.
30 o'clock - Craftsmen's club
s, Masonic temple.
30 o'clock-Alpha Nu meets, room
U-hall-
Tomorrow
30 o'clock-Cercle Francais meets,
le rooms.
U-Notices
idents who missed final examina-
at the end of the last semester
; apply to Registrar A. G. Hall
rding the making up of the finals
he end of this week.
Lss football managers and those
ing to tryout for assistantsZips
inter-college manager call Jau es

TEUTONS CONTINUE TO
HARSS__ROUMANIAS
Berlin Reports Repulse of Allied At-
tempts to Break Lines
Along Somme.
Berlin, Oct13.-Pursuit of the Rou-
manian forces retreating from Trant-
sylvania continues along practically
the whole eatern front. Only along
the Czik Szereda and the Gyimes pass
route are the Roumanians offering
stubborn resistance.
Anglo-French attempts to break the
German lines between the Ancre and
the Somme, especially near Courcel-
ette and near Sailly were repulsed.
French troops continue to attack be-
tween Fresnes and Mazancourt and
around Chaulnes. The main part of
Ablaincourt remains in German hands.
Bucharest, Oct. 13.-Teutonic forces
have been repulsed in the upper Uzul
valley west of the Transylvanian fron-
tier and also in the Bucses valley, it
was officially announced today. Near
Predeal the enemy was defeated and
retreated toward Tomos.

Finzel and William Revno; vice presi-
dent, J. I. Millner and Lawrence At-
kinson; secretary, John Cross and
Harold Kenoga; treasurer, Harry
Shultz; athletic manager, Lawrence
Heustis and Leo Goss.
Junior pharmis-President, R. A.
Thomas and E. H. 'Wirth; vice presi-
dent, H. B. McWilliams and A. M.
Black; secretary, Mary Dunlap; treas-
urer, J. L. Powers; athletic manager,
N. S. Miller.
Sophomore pharmies - President,
William Kirschgessner and William
McBill; vice president, R. B. Farst
and E. W. Kratz; secretary, Rhea Bar-
barin and J. L. Hayman; treasurer,
H. L. VanGorden and J. F. Heim; ath-
letic manager, G. G. Fuess and D. H.
Shields.
Senior medics-President, Walter
Fort and Ralph Vincent; vice presi-
dent, Henrietta Calhoun; secretary,
Loren Shaffer; treasurer, Lyman Fer-
guson.
Fresh medics-President, W. D.
Stimson and F. Moore; vice president,
R. R. Green and J. L. Niechon; treas-
urer, D. S. Kudner and S. A. McCutch-
eon; secretary, S. Marcus and M. Ting;
athletic manager, J. Haughey and Paul
Ireland.
Senior architects-President, Harold
Young and J. L. Frantz; vice president,
C. W. Atwood and W. H. Ingalls; sec-
retary, R. S. Inganhoff and G. S. Un-
derwood; treasurer, E. H. Trysell and
E. M. Reed; athletic manager, F. G.
Stearns.
Senior dents-President, Ross Getty
and Arthur Warrison; vice president,
Henry Brunner and Harold Truesdale;
secretary, Clarence Barron and Wal-
ter Reason; treasurer, Jay Herrick and
Edwin Guerrier; athletic manager, S
E. Tutt and G. Teters.
Senior homeops-President, C. C
Wolcott and C. B. Mandeville; vice
president, Edward Mead and J. A. Wil-
liam Johnson; secretary and treas-
urer, S. 'J. Cady and Charles Maggio;
athletic manager, H. F. Closz.
Senior engineers-President, H. A.
Taylor and A. E. Hecker; vice presi-
dent, R. L. McNamee and C. W.
Reade; secretary, L. R. Crandall and
Stanley Emerick; football manager, R.
J. Dondero.
ALL MEN MAY BE SUBJECT TO
MILITARY SERVICE IN BRITAIN
London, Oct. 13.-The man power
board has reached the conclusion, ac-
cording to the Tines, that every young
man in the country must be definitely
placed in the national service.
The Times says it is probable the
board will recommend before long
that all men under a certain age must
be put at the disposal of the military
authorities or of the ministry of mu-
nitions.
Lord Wimborne, lord lieutenant of
Ireland, has informed the government
that conscription in Ireland is neither
feasible nor prudent at present, ac-
cording to the Dublin political corre-
spondent of the Daily News. The lord
lieutenant's opinion has been con-
curred in by Henry Edward Duke,
chief secretary for Ireland, and the
military authorities of Dublin.
Lord Wimborne is said to have re-
ported that the Irish Nationalists were
loyal, but they claim that Ireland
should be treated. on the basis of the
colonies , in the matter of military
service.
University Chess Club Meets Tonight
The first meeting of the University
of Michigan Chess club will be held
tonight'at 6:30 o'clock in room 173-B
of the natural science building. All
old members of the club are urged
to be present and every student on
the campus who is interested in the

game of chess is invited. The club
anticipates an active year and is anx-
ious to have every one available out.

ALONE AT LAST
AR C AD E
Shows at 3:oo; 6:30; 8:oo; 9:30
S oc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone 296-M.
Fri.-i3-Mabel Taliaferro in "The Dawn
of Love"; Drew Comedy.
7 Swt.-14-Dorothy Bernard and Stuart
iolnm-s in "Sins of Men"; Charlie
Chaplin in"Tlie coun t,,, ise.
Children's Matinee, 4:30, Vivian Mar-
tin in "Old Dutch."
Mon-16-Richard J. Jose in "Silver
Threads Among the Gold"; Goldberg
Cartoon.
Orpheum Theatre
latilees, 2:00-3:30; Evening, 6:45,
a :5, 9:30.
I Saturdays-Holidays continuous.

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Satt14-Bessie Barriscale in "The Pay-
nenit." Also Triangle Comedy, Fay
Tinch~cr in "Skirts." Uve. 15C.
Sun.-Mon.-15-i6-Vivian Martin in "The
Stronger Love." Also Holmes Travels.
Tues.-17- Mae Marsh in "The Marriage
of Molly-O "Also'Triangle Comedy,
Chas Murray in "The Feathered Nest"
Eve. Ise.

STUDENTS
The Place to Buy
HATS
IS AT THEi
Factory Hat Store
617 Packard St.
Next to the Delta
Corner State and Packard
ASK ANYBODY
We Have the Style AL 1 the While
NA PSTI
3-7: 30 said 9 P. N1.
NOW PLAYING

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Repair Work Giver P.c.rc t Atteion
Washtenaw Electri %op
"'THE SHOP OF QUALITY"
If it is not right, we make it right

200 E.WaShington St.

TO THE HEADQUARTERS FOR

Study lamps, shades, extension cords, heating de-
vices and everything electricaL

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ASSEMBLY AT ARMORY
The first of a series of Saturday evening assemblies
will be held
T 0N I CGmH T
Dancing from 9 to 12 - - 75c
"IKE" FISHER'S Banjorine Saxaphone Sextet 2

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ATTRACTIVE GIRL ACT
"THE F RE S H M~A N"

EVERY STUDENT NECESSITY

FRANK I USH
TELLING STORIES

ERGOTTI'S LILT IPUTIANS
DARING MIDGET GYMNASTS
MILLER & MULFORD
COMEDIANS
LEW FITZGIBBONS
XLYO PHONEIST
SUNDAY:--KOLB and DILL In
"A MILLION FOR MARY"
"BLACKMAILERS" 10 APPEAR
Attempt Being Made to Take Accused
East for Trial
Chicago, Oct. 13.-Six alleged mem-
bers of the "million dollar blackmail
syndicate" are to appear before Com-
missioner Foote for the final hearing,
in which the government seeks to re-
move them to New York and Phila-
delphia for trial.
That five of the accused .will waive
examination and consent to go east
was the intimation yesterday of their
counsel, Charles E. Erbstein. Only
Jimmy Christian will fight, it was said.
Until yesterday it was believed that
Buda Godman, accused of being the
"lure" in the swindle which cost E.
R. West $15,000, would also resist re-
moval, but upon advice of Attorney
Erbstein she is said to have changed
her mind.
Those who will appear before Com-
missioner Foote today are Edward

FOR SALE
Dress Suit with Tuxedo and Two Vests
Absolutely New-Never Worn
Address
1439 David Whitney Bldg., Detroit
Donohue, Henry Russell, Homer
French, Helen Evers, James Christian
and Buda Godman.
French and Christian are named in
two complaints, one made by Mrs.
Regina Klipper of Philadelphia and
the other by E. R. West of Highland
Park. The West case will be heard
in New York and the other in Phila-
delphia. Special Prosecutor John
Knox of the attorney general's office
is in Chicago in charge of the prose-
cution.
The arrival of several Phladelphia

INSIDALE EMPHASIZES
ECONOMIES AT ANNUAL
CONVOCATION EXERCISES
(Continued from Page One.)
ancestors of a physically perfect pos-
terity. Students are liable to think
that a breakdown in health often fol-
lows a period of excessive study. But
very few cases of this sort have been
found, so there should be little cause

witnesses in Chicago yesterday was . for worry on that score. At least study
admitted by Hinton G. Clabaugh, but will not hurt you if you take care
he refused to reveal their identity. The of your body.
witnesses are here to identify the a^- "Honor is the oby thing that cau-
cused "blackmailer" and to testify in

the event that they contest the govern-
ment's action in removing them from
Chicago.
CHEMISTRY CLASS TO VISIT
,NN ARBOR CITY GAS PLANT
Members of the class in organs c
chemical technology, under the direk -

not be economized, but it can be lost
or sold. A man is the only true judge
of his own character. The life of Dr.
Angell is one that was full of high
ideals that should furnish inspiration
to you as students. The ideal student
is not necessarily the one who passes
through the halls of the University
only to issue forth with a knowledge
of books and a high standing in schol-

t, '16, at 1855. Webster Society Elects Officers
Webster society elected the follow -
PACKARD ACADEMY ing officers from the senior law clay s
cing classes every Monday and last night: president, J P. Clark;
day evening at 7:00 o'clock. vice-president, Oliver Phillips; secre-
e lesons by appointment. Chil- tary, Randolph Gordon; treasurer, J.
class every Friday afternoon at A. Tolonen; critic, L. W. Lisle; parlia-
ck. 1tf mentarian, A. S. Loveland; sergeant-
at-arms, G. C. Claasen.
600 for expert typewriting.
U-Notice
is will block a hat to fit any Nominations for the officers of the
nd guarantee the hat for a year. junior literary class will be held next
at 119 Main. oct5,7,10,14 Wednesday afternoon, October 18, at

tion of Prof. A. H. White, of the chem- arship, but is the one who at the
ical engineering departmelit, will visasame time has learned to live up to the
golden rule and to husband his health,
the Ann Arbor city gas plant this a 'wealth, and time."
ternoon. The men will nieet in fror t Following the address by Dean Hins-
of the office of the plant at 1:15 dale the whole body of students and
o'clock and will be ready to leave in faculty rose to sing "The Yellow and
plenty of time to reach Ferry field the Blue." After the song Convocation
before the game starts. was closed by the benediction.
Alarm clocks, $1.00 up. Chapman, 0. G. Andres for shoe -repairing. 222
Jeweler, 113 South Main St. tues-eod S. State. 'Phone 1718-J. tues-eod

lox prints at Sugden's.

4 o'clock, in room 101 economics
oct3-29 building.

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