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October 05, 1910 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1910-10-05

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

GH. Wild Co.
311 S0. STATE STREET
Opening Display of
Fall and Winter
Styles
FULL DRESS SUITS
A SPECIALTY
311 50. STATE STEET
Tailors
EASE UP ON THE PROF'S
Wit r t h mes and these ad io you
brifii; n ourow Vpewrite. Wehav
ntaline a al pics,$25.00'andiup.
LoetPie nTpewr ite upies
The Students' Typewriter Supply Co.
Room 4 Press Building. Opposite Majestic
Text Books
For Eei iepaitnient of the
C'amtmar. SI:C()t) HANI)
Itt ii tIS at a little more
Iian Ote-al rice r.
Instru.mellts and
Engineers' Suppli-as
I ao miost.com eiiite Stocki in thimc'oy
Alt the leading niaker of
FOUNTAIN PENS
Try a Wahr's Special, the beat
Ontotllar lien nmade
Labs. Sutplies, Shopi Tools, Note
B ooks if every dleacripition, etc.
WAHR'S'
University Bookstore
317 South State Street

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
IBsis I ililiii--Nl i\ \ II
Nws kaiii......... / r ld Ttu
.ll I' l' 1',li y.... . A i... Towers
I ii... Arthur II. illoeltmait
Miciiand II riria.E. arl V. IMoore
Er1clIaiiyrs iiiilFiles,. . ..IDion S. Biriiey
Artitr .irAlblbott. G. S. asht. ni
Dt A I liactalic. t..J. \\Jolgemtt
Iflry G.iAlit°. r M. Mack Ryan_
Itres1.. \l aiiilr. Ma. .Totilme.'
'Iiil SY 'it irlphli. Loreti Rtinisoii.
I frolil 'Mc~e.
BUSINESS STAFF
C. A k :ilml p. ii. Dilev
AlS t ii'i i Kennethi.Osborn.
Id lit. s'r ic1E ii I )AHVii res Blg.
il.a nd1 : t I;oiiiI. m i. ,ii.
I NI sll(' TanaISet' SI'JNI)8Sp. 11 'x
Sit. oi ld I. 1N(1ta liics a. i ei
iiii'iii iii N OCiN i ii iii.'..\i.
SatudayOct 8 Csei, 'iiit. ili
it.i rit.li1ii I iiiiei
iii ire ivln AN l* liCi iiy.iF'i c
ii liii fr -a it. ii, upon ciitcil iifile
C'it(i t iii ~fi' lii i c ssi liii tice
is ivi n iiii )i ii~ll a.i'i lt. iiiir lien iof
11e' 11dti ;ta rc t(iiieii btic vIc
teli~ hi r p t t l a N 'lO'ie, l i 1ci
'it.-c i ,ll iii atl ii(i liii itiesl
lI'iei iii ila )I lll-lin "hluiil'ii tiiiic t
nlendw (t: he lim ilauitit lifr e

fee payiiig "systemii at the trfasurer's
office now? The regett meet Friday.
Ansyway it only' rainetwoIri days out
iif the three; and mast of the students
in the lite tad atmblrellas- oe Ii.nact.."
t; y- l,-t. early riaagh we may get
park benches for next year's line.
And we might even get iiTdtt" to
aed aver box luncher.
IIOMES NEAR COMPLETION.
(Continued from page a0.
the arramngement amid fitniah of the in-
terior are well adapted to the tneeds of
a sorority houre.
Several otlier changer have taketn
place driing the absecte of the student
tbidyl. A large ailditioti baiincreased~
the facilities of the Delta Kappa Epsi
liii hiiiute. Gammta Phi liarstiov-edits
itiarters from the former location oii
IC ast Unmiversity to ltheWhiitnsey house
at. IHturoni amidlDivisiion, aiiilthe Catholic
sirority Otmega Upisiloti is iiow in pos-
sescant of the direliniig vacated by the
(Gtiiiiia llis. Alpiha Clhi ltast aprinig
piirchitaseid thi reaiideiice of Prof. Pat-
teron n5. University, aiid their tiemi-
porary hioime tat 1331 Waslit'naw hitas
iieeiiacq~umircid ly lii ltaiIDClii, a thar-
itic orgizaioiin. Ticeiii licat frater-
nillyAlphla Kappta Kapipa lias bought
at ciitisiderale expetise, a item chapter
houtse on the cornier of Twelfth atid
Ituiriin, giving it accostmodatiiins, which
iwithionii cepcttiotn, are siuperioir tii those
if an thiler tieidical society.
Nii SCARCITY' irBAD alAyTlIlAl, Now.
'Tlicriaswill tic iii baiidttryouts this
cear, fur ill te ldou mibers altverer-
tuite. Wiith otie exception, that of the
iatie, Iitheiainiis coiiplete.
Loiik-250 shieeta lien Deptartmienit
patpcr sait 50 envelopes fur ioc ; alsio
eiibiisscit seal Siattineri at a verIo
picec-it Schileide's, 340 S. ;Ste St. 2.
LAWS!l
Start Right. For kecepig your asign-~i
mienits, get a Law Laesson Reciord at
Laine & Futicra, 310 S. Stale St. 2-3.
tLet its sell or rentitoil a goioi typie-
irriter, tiw or seciintd hatnd, antyii imake.
Morrill & Griersot,
2-i f. 709 N. Utiversity.
For biest results, take youtr work to
Loiingttma's. Amiateutr marka, Laternt
slidea, Entlargeticis, atid Fltashlights.
(ct your Alarmt Clocks-guaratnteeil
for ione year-also Michaigati fotis, pins.
spioiins, etc., it Schileede's, opp. Law
Stilts pressed 25c; Trousersa ioc.
Fuller & O'Coninor,-6ig E. \Villiams St.
t-tf.

You would sage money by buying your College
Books at the.
Students' Bookstore
Second-hand Books at Big Reductions
College . Text Books
Engineering Books
Medical Books
Drawing Instruments and
Engineering Supplies
Agents for Keuffel & Esser, Dietzgen & Rechler
Instruments
SEE OUR $1.00 FOUNTAIN PEN
Shee han &Co.
STATE STREET
The iiSchleede Leader" guaraitetd
Fiunmtaims Fen for $t.oo canntot lie heal.

Opp. Law Bumiilinig. Scleedt~e's. 2
Studietit cativassers wanmteid to sell
Choral Uni~oniatid May Ftestival ccii
cert tickets. Libecral comimmissiiia I nor
particulars call at office of Unaiversity
Sctiool of Music, 325 Mayiardl St. 2-8.
LAN'' LE,'SSON RECORD.
Dii sale -,,t I ami&yeller's, '3t0 S. State
Sm, tieiifiiir is11ire tlx. ti pea ~ritcr
hangs.
For pictures of everytinlg thatILap-
liens,icill Longmtaii, Phiitogcapheir, iday
or niighit. 'T'elionie iinuer 1t;7-i
If y otiwanmt. a tilethamat c iehst
go to Ciushintg's Phiarmtacy'. i-ti.,
SASLE OF )IICt1t.IE.N SCRASP
BOOK, S.
202 bst Nl. hooks ini tieccitv, $1.25
cacti mhile they last. Regular iprice
$1.50 each. Lotigmtanm, 'boto, 61g I'..
Liberty. 2-3.
AN INJUISICE.
Self-inflicted if soutume thait scrtatchiy,
ilk-splattcritig,inerve-tryintg, ild relic iof
fiiunmta~in pett a day lomiger whuleniyort
cani ptirchiase a marramtIdclm-kt., soulidi
gitld, omie-year guaramnteeid $2.00 liin fur
gioc. Standiard size $3tiens for $1.50
amid immiaensely large $6 "Stuentt Stiec-
at" prints for $2.5o am the onie-half Iprice
Sal_ lien stale at Skinnier's. 2

I

& B itttitrs is 'i fie gaitie, a
thostesilts tlayi um itneeid
soii recreaition mindtat is
Ibetter tlianm thins

AT TUTTLE & CO.
Lunch Room
You can find a fine line of Confectionery
The
Huron
Cor. William and
Maynard Streets
One Block from Campus
Newly Furnished
Throughout
$4.00 per week

SOME CLOTHES HIDE YOU OTHERS CNIVER VOD
~Aliens Hand-Tailored Clothes Dress You
ALLENVS GOOD CLOTHES STORE
Main Street Main Street

Get your MICHIGAN
Pins, Fobs and Spoons
HALLER'S

BOR
$3.50 per week
$13.00 4 weeks in advance
MRS. Ga DEUSING
301 N. State St.

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OpticalP

Dept

Win. ARNOLD
220 South Main St.
COLLEGE JEWELER
Sells.
" THE BIG DEN "
Alarm Clock yoe see Advertised
Rone Just as Cood. $3.52.0
OTHER ALARM CLOCKS $1.00 UP
Michigan 100 Patterns
Pins 25c. to,-$5.00

1 1

C a ll E it h e r T e e p h o n e , .. . . . . . . V r i t- 'au d y . C .
HIGHE1ST GRADE OF WORK PROMPT SERVICE
- ' - 215 and 217 S. 4th Ave.

Fine Watrh and Jewelery Repairing
HALLIR'S JfWEfLURY S10ORE
216 soeuth Mates St.

121 Was6ioytso L

RANDAL & PA CK, Photographers

PkOfft S18

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