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Michigan Daily, 1910-10-06

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THE MICHIOANDATLY

r ~ THE MICH1IGAN DAIL)

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G.I. Wil Co.
311 S0. STATE STREET
Opening Display of
Fall and Winter
Styles
FULL DRESS SUITS
A SPECIALTY
311 So. STATE STEET
Tailors.
State St. Shoe Store 3Se.
Crawford Shoes for Men
Foil Lioe of Ladies' Shoes
"Edocators" for Children
Sportiog Goods E. R. FROST, Prop.
Cm [n DARIN[L[
BOOKS
Law
Medical
Dental
Largest Stock in Michigans
Second-Hand Law Books
Law am-d Medical Dictionnaries
Quniz Books, etc.
Comiplete line New and Sec-
ond-Inand. -
Old books taken in Exchange
C. E. BARTHELL,
3265S. TATE STREET
Second Floor Tel. 761

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1>i cit is /liiii p1 Noiini ni 1. lliii..
New I"dr........ lHaroildiTitus
Ass-iistnlone.......~ r 7. Folz
Atiikin I litoa PP aiiieir K. Tlottenrs
Psitn ...... A th r )) Pola linnan
\luiinianid Drami...... iEarl V. Moore
\n-niin I Phb1 t.ii . C fLacher-
1) P Il/inck/cc PA. J. P~olpnnastii
Ilalint(_ .\i ii M.Mack Ry~an
Frank Pi-inn-i irediL lawtoii
(lark I 11.ibanderi-. SM. T. Tontlnn.
Uralnk PP XIIIl/lia. iBoreniRobinisoin.
IlanddPli-ai.
BUSINESS STAFF
C. P, /konini. P. R D]illix.
Mayna rd Siret.
(I liii Ihmrii. Nlawiiin;;g iihiiir, I-2 p
Ilin n. 1 a i- , I-7i 7-8 P. Ill., Ix-
il/LiS/i Pi t)/'i(//I\ik 6,sin.
Pig/il IXl(ie P.. . PP iivs. 5icip-an,
Fei"na l i . i ( ii i. Xllnn i
PPensaid s mtillo ci/inn v bou
n1i/io s Jii iI ii i iiiiishman iinm-
i appears /nii u n i/hi pipein his
fai i 1n 1i:; t e h1 1 s 1)ckii a
is nl ia M i/n hum m1]<ll n sprt
1)4111 eliiid d y hifctth at
such pieiriusl. ''le dsly o
b kinins mn li i l- ii tIi lo wit
ihe pri ety i liiii " the.] Pfyn
I) iiimc smitlmot mi mmi ii1ii1 in
I" iofth ain ews\/i tcr T c
nm/i i k m ini.htitsm l hsto ri
inthe i I inirs.h c (ftec liii/ 'ii year.
Yom' -ni- l be toi t i iianl butn e
clind liiiin il ii \ holmii. lThe
n/in. mlreits";m to until amhim i lini te:'

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UN~ION MEMBERSHIP LARGE
Reporfs Show Decided Increase Over
Last Year
AlichiganUniiontstank is baoomitnp.
Late retportn fin theotetmbaeship at
522, whtich nmakcsan intcrensc of cx-
icily 297 over tineonembalership at this
dlate last s-ear. Andi that is far from
lining thne swhole story. At least' four
moiieelays if streinuons camp~aigning
are ahead of tine maemnbershnips comtmittee,
ant tihe fficers nice confidlenit that tine
results will lieunpniaralledl in the tin-
liry if tine Unsnion.
"W~e Iave set thne manrk at 2,000 mnttt,"
saidi Capttainu Seailby last night, "anmi if
eerybodiny gels mitt antilshtoves iwelI
maine it. Fridlay antd Satuirdlayvtre tie
ig tdins, antinglttts lonik nmost penomnis-
ing liarnttccess."
Thmenclnuahounse, too, is busier than;
ever lieflire. Matnager e aIthtretports
lihit tinhelinndnininn t asnteer beensin
sn-ll fillend as at presenti, ni thnenatrl
tibics antdpianno inn tine living roomre
in niistanti in-qitsitnani.
"Yes," satys everyone cotnnetedl with
it, "MIhichtigan Unionn stitck is boom-ni
inig."
ISnTOIiC mRmOM Glii en nit-Ti;01,'ICgnS.
Roo Aii , U 'ni-versity hlnl, is nn more.
It seas ineinnfItine historeic ronnmns if tine
campunns, lint tine pressure for sinacetianic
it impterative to inn viide lRcoonmnA iti
several snmller mparineti s liar tine tin
comoaiinilftine admtiinistratine nil
inns.'Tintwatimonilaltenratinis amonnst
compniletediiandilswithintwo i wsseeins Sic-
retairy Shirley Smnnti unt isinassistanns
expiectinnolie inn thenir i-n new miurters
Tine secretary atnd intrchasinig agentis
trill elicithave pnineamte offices; a roomi
line finesihas bmen pried, as inns a
lange stintre ronii.
I(iXUL Pt/S DISPLAY
ViXkY RAGGIXII FORM.
(iCinntinneilfromnipaignet1).
munichnsnmaller ithanitad bmen enxpectced
tintwa ni ininc reline laer thne tinouati ni
Titnesniav.
Ilike tine iloks of tine iment," sail
CniachIn ounlas ls tnight."Tinenui-
lierin nnmnchnsmnalter thann i expiectedi,
lat I mine Ihopeis that a munch langer
croinid n i inwibeou efore tine eitnilo
tihei neel. Juinst tresenitinhe prospiects
mie nt aliirllianti is mst)yemar. Intl
limit, mst seasontis aliiencepnitintl mit
At tihis tntinlat neqesixty-three inent
wserec ott haniteainig out for tin emaim."
Tinefirst scimmiiape of tine seasonn
ws heldiestneniay afternoon. Amsoing
thonseinto reptedrin were several Iarmer
I)etroiti high schooinl athletes:'Torbettn,
Pattnersan,Poatins, Jamnes Craig, a
brte ofnlRalphltCraig, manl Bartn.
AllennCarrels, a yo'ntger brothner of
liii famouans Johinnny, Wh ite of Boynte
Cit, Gains andn Petersn of tine Anti
Arbnor ig h schnool teami, stale chain-
tionstwoheyears ago, were also out.

ATI-ltlSTIC O)FFICERS WtLtL
lE ELECTED OCTOBERk15.
Tine fall election of the athnleticmis
sociatinwsill inn held onn Saturday, On-
tobae ti. At this tinne minnaners- will
he selected for the Varsity biasebnallmmnl
teach teamns. ThIntnnerschloastic tani-
ager is also no Inn icked at this timnen.
Formerlv it seas thne cunstomn to fil1 this
office later inn tine seasont itlinartier
thnat line work of prepnaratin for tine
hip prepnmieet may Inn started at ann
early date, tine mnainager swill he namnaen
at ti timne. Tine nonninnationnswisethin
annnonnnce n ttSatunrdaiv.
NM CULTU~r COUOS7f Ocegsgt.
"Tine Religiont of itne Anacient- Greeks"
is tine title nif a nete two-titanicounnrsi-
annnnnced by -Prof. Bonnner. 'Thlis
cnannse, knnown as Greekn 26, lines ntren-
qunire a knionwlendpe of Greek, buit sltt
dennis whlo mine nailandeninatc eminnin ip
inn tine Greekn lainguagmapytins) ct it tin
a thnree-hnoure nounse,tine thirdihoI
(wh-lichn inill inn arraingedi mter)I inn in
dlnevtedno tine stdy nil-cci tnpics
inn tine origintal sournces. 'Tine claiss is
opent to junniors, seniors, andnigratiemis.
'it'e houes-sunbject toinn mnge in-n'v
heeni tentatively fixend at tiwo o'clonck
ott Tuesdavys andilThunrsdiay-s, itsnloa
nofi Tappian hall.
Tine wonrkn sill coinsist of lectnnres, is-
signiendreainngs andireport.,n
lFne nest resunlts, takle ynutint e stino i
Loniginan's. Antmtteursiwoek, I,annnrin
slidns, lFtlarg'inentis, ,-tnt lliasiigi
Etc) IX. Libaerty-. 2-3.
TICE'S
117 South Main
THE DRUG STORE
OFTIQUALITY
Ag. rxts fsr
Gilbert's, MacDiarmid's,
Original Allegrefti
CHOCOLATES
Dealer in High Class
TOILET GOODS
Parens
Conklin Fountain Pen
117 South Main
Tice's Drug Store

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Text Books
Fon Evenry dsieisartenilofhi
Camps. SiKNiI tD ANDt
BOOKS at a lttestore
titan Onne-HalfiPrie.
Instruments and
Engineers' Supplitas
SThe monst cpenite st-i -/kiiine n-/ny
Alh the leading snaken oh
FOUNTAIN PENS
Try a PWalts Sinesi, 1thie benit
Onn' Dllar/enr messs
Liab Supis", -hini Tints, Ntet
tosoinhn e ver ei s ritinn etsi
W A[I..R'S
University Bookstore
31 7 Sooth State Street

Keeping Ahead
nn styles is oun simni=s as maakers
A Finne Cuntstnm Apiuti
This i iswhy 5ott rant seetine
atest n oselnie- in Fabrics for Fal
JFear at anne stinteI tin'

You would save money by buying your College
Books at the
Students' Bookstore
5Sond-hand Books at Big Redostins
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
S heehan &Co.
STATE STREET

ECONOMY

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A Word of Vast Importance to Students
The Expense in Connection with your College Course
will be Minimised if you Buy your Supplies from us
Mayor, Schoottlo Schairer Go,
Stationers, Printers, Binders Students' Supplies
112 SOUTH MAIN STREET DELL PHONE 1404 ,

F'in encogizedlinewsstslli-stire
here too Step nin aintl seNlint
bints Foreign andA IDomiestic, loomns
have prepared for gooud ndressers.
Win. B. Dieterle
Varsity Tailors
17 E. Liberty Street
R. E. Jolly's
OGrand Opening
Lunches, Cigars
Cigarettes, Tobacco
and Pipes
Agents 3=13 Pipes
AT TUTTLE & Co.
Lunch Room
You can find a fine line of Confectionery
CHARLIES' BARBER SHOP
Under Hluston Billiard Parlors
(Fonrmnerly wii itus-nary & Chartin')
A. (i. SPALDING & BROS.
Th[e S palding Aaei~eastinu
T. e.,d-Mark oftOFFICIALi/QUIP-
MiSNT,fornalathile
QQIDIMQ sportsoand pastime.
7. IN US* the snuma insuinmus-af
is knouwn ttrioghoustsennychmpiuiruiosi
tne Wuridausa WhatS's New in Sport
Gunon.nte a ofmusI iss feeon,5 en-
Qsaoaiisy 'unst.
A. G. SPALDING (Sr& BROS.
254 Woodtward Ave.- Deterit, Mich

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When Wanting Clean Clothes92
Call Either Telephone .....
Varsity Laundry Co.
IGHEIST (TRADE OF WORK PROMPT SERVICE
215 and 217 S5. 4th Ave.

121 Wasblogfio®_ f.

RANDALL & PACPhtgaer

Pdoee 598

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