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October 15, 1910 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1910-10-15

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY ___________

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G. H. WILD' CO.
311 S. STATE STREET
Opening Display of
Fall and Winter
Styles
FULL DRESS SUITS
A SPECIALTY
311 50. STATE SEET
Taillors
State St. Shoe Store S t t
Crawford Shoes for Mlen
Full Line of Ladies' Shoes
"Educators" for Children
Sporting G oods E. R . FR O ST . Prop ow
C. [. DARIB[[L
BOOKS
Law
Medical
Dental
Largest Stock in Michigan
Second-Eland Law Books
Law ac-id Medical Dictionaries
Quiz Books, etc.
Complete line New and Sec-
ond-hand.
Old books taken in Exchange
C. E. BARTHELL,
326. TATE STREET
Second Floor Tel. 761
You would save moey by buy-
ing yor College ooks at the
Students'
Bookstore
Second-hd Books at Big
Reductions
College Text Books
Engineering Books
Medical Books

DRAWING INSTRUMENTS
andj
ENGINEERING SUPPLIES
Agents tor
Keuffel & Easer, Diotzgen &
Reohler Instruments
See Our $1.00 Fountain Pen
SHEEHAN & CO1c
STATE STREET

THlE MICHIGAN DAILY.

Managing Editor-Lre A WHITc,.
Business Maiagr-NORMNasxI-. HL.
News Editor .......Harold Titus
Assistant ...... -l... arry Z. Fol
Athletic Editor...Walter K. Towers
Assistant ...Arthur B. Moehlman,
Music and Drama ...Earl V. Moore
Exchanges and Files.... Dion S. Birney
tDIToRiALOS.
Arthur J. Abbott. G. S. Lasher
Paul Leidy.
NIGHTac IORSs.
A. J. Wohigeinath. Harold McGee.
Harry G. Myser. M. Mack Ryan
Frank Pennelt Fred Lawon
RPO5r9R.
Maurice Toume. Lorei Robinson.
John L. Cox. F. E. Saw, Jr.
Erwin Koch. Oscar Bekman.
BUSINESS STAFF
C. A. Bowman. A. R Dilley.
Myer Robin. Kenneth Osborn.
.Addrss: N111teNiA LYsc, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Office IHours: Managing Editor, - p.
a. and 11:00-1:3o p. in. Daily.
Business Manager, 1-, 7-8 p. in1., E-
cept Sunday. Both 'pones 96.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 191.
Night lEdior-Fags LAWON.
UNIVERSITY CALEUNDAR.
Ofcober 14-S. L. A.
October 15-Michigan vs. M. A. C.
October 15-Fresh-Soph Rush.
October 17-Senior Lit Eectioi.
October 18-Reception S. C. A., New-
berry hal.
October 22 \tclsgan vs. . . U. at
Columbus, .
Octolber 22-All-Fresh vs. Alma at Pr-
ry field.
IDaily staff aaeetiiag today at o o
o'clock sarp. l1very ember of le
edtoral stff and every cadidate c-
peced to be fpresent.
A OICCSUi. RUS.
'Dhis morinimg at least two of the
four classes of teunaiersity have a
claice to show their loyalty to Michigaim
amad its iistituioins.
tsr years the reports of the old-
fashionead caninon rush were paitlished
lroadcast, atroughaouatithis aid mcig-
sornug states-repors, exaggerated tut
givean credemce b reaers who ]inew
little f the real facts As a massater of
expeadieince the facily ecessarily had
toa tone dow" the aisaual rush.
The preset lan is simply a trial, bit
it is Michigain's amamaaal rus-onea of our
few caimpas traditiois-aid its failure
wautl meaa a adistiact loss las the uni-
versaty.
Its saccss is assred if bols the
sophomanores aid freshamacn do their duty.
lIt can oaly fail if oie, or both classes
fail to erforma that dt. That the
freshamaeni expe toa do their part is
shiownm by the that they were at
work yesteraday p ,ariig Ferry feld
for the econite.r. They are to be
caaimameiaded for Li ese spirit.
It is itoa hop thIat the sohlomree
classailadispla . s same cetuasiasms,
smnt eltstolerpetuata a s-aed isti-
tuitiona.
HOANDra.sxoa'LASgiiWITHORIH;AISAL.
Praof. H-owlanad expressead hiimself as
miore thaaia tleased with the resclts of
the first amtsical rehearsal for te opera
tilda last night at the School of Music.
Abousat eighty mel were preseat at
his tryout, which sas characterized ly
the hardest requirements yet udergoae
by. chaoras cadaidates for aiy Uaiona
opera.

CIROSS COUNTRYvMtN RUN TO YPSILANTI.
Itanat 111101 gettinagadown to the strena-
uous pact of their work, the cross couna-
try squad raan to Ylpsilantli yesterday
afternaooia. The mcin arrieed in good
coiiditioin, aind einjoyed a pluinge in the
swimimnag poot at the gymnasium. The
returna trip was made via D. U. R. late
ii the afteriaoona.

'aOtVERI NEI1S ,R'
OUTFO MUSIC AND DRAMA
I UTUSIC ANDVDRAMA
(Contliiaued froaaa larsa0.
Besiade this, tie siill lbe exipectedl to bootaat
the leather bsetwveena the pstsss afterth IPYIAL lRUSSIAN BALLET.
Akggie's goal liaae ih- asbein croasseil Sonic coimmaeant has been excited by
Thonitsoma sill alo the puninag andalp ac-itac fast that smly onr Matiaaee perfor-
sing. Becisc 'Lpectedatoas idlamate ri-ally aseswillI te gis'en at Detroit, by Mlte.
in the offeaasivscs-ork. kAniaa P aslosaa, M. -Mikail Mordkina, amid
Friaday's pracice swas devotcitoisap- lthaImpiicsal Russiana Balet-swho a;i
py sigiaal adrill. The Varsity pishedla bei seen cathlare on Friday afternaoon, Dc-
off Yost's aaest 51 anaauvacrs an ianlactsalaa i2i, at the Lyceunm Theatre; but
style. If they ca execute Ichlae play s Ia tr a s lbeiaag treated quite as well
toimorrows-as thaeytahavede sacin tprac- i aicseet as the otlier large cities
lice, victory is certsainu. If \1. .\ . C an 'ofithaa sasnatry, iiaclaacinig New York.
bae baeateni ailiwiaoutrccor sa ticksi Ihacomanapa paetcars there, at the Maet-
thaey will beseplctuniader cosaer fss i s i r raiasll Opetara I-ouse, aaaaSaturday,
in -fater gaiies. Ocissbcr Iafasr a asatianee perforanaice
SAicIrs'AiBILITY'I NiL w: . ossls.
Little is atefinitel Iaissly nwno has Thieywillplaay lout onae aught each ini
Farimers' streaigita. Cosaach krewer- saltaiss re, Piltadelphia, Chicago, Cleve-
poiants 0ou1 that tih ls hailt ivecvearansc, sald, Cinaciininati, Pittsbsurg, St. Louis,
aind iinsists ithat lie slosssut Lxiiici Ioa sca icr, Stianei, Seattle, Vaincouver,
wiin. 1If the sisitsors ace tlaseliepts 51frossasi1. C., Poartlanda, Ore., anid other
caiessitus cau .try _a r wsta

WAHR'S
Michigan's Boot Bookstors
StateSt. Main Sr.
Offers best seleeted otock of
BOOKS and STATIONERY
A fear Prices:
Kara Linen No. 1 quality 35
per lb........--_-.....
French Dimity ___35
per lb.- _---___5
Michigan Linen __ 5
per lb. ______ 5
Fountain Pen__
Engraved visiting cardos 5
per 100 from plt--.5
Engraved visiting cards $N100
per 100 with new plate W1a
Magazines at club rates
Loose Leaf Books 25c to $3.00O
Make our otores your headquart-
ers. Try no.
W AHlR'S

scoirinig thmeyisist lachtld a 51 5osaide-
aleadistanice frosiasthe Wailvas iaega.'
Bill, Ithe Aggie thalf, sass a I itiofa
kickiiig gosals froan yssspaintaawithinatlie
5.5-s-aritlhue. The10153 isi-iareamemibesr-
luau ass the plasyer wo shesllliaslasm as
-tie, u-leu the MIichiigsa tra-shamins sct
the I\1. A. C. yousts ,errsasitcsaaso, lay
scorinig a tlaceIhisck froisstlesceaaer ice
tue field.
The officials foastoass canstcifs(
low: R -alph HoIglasnissal'uia cisas-re
ree ; E. J. Jeninas, alaumpie; . IR-i
buss, Nebaraskaa ahildajdg;la I .
Rickaey, OhsiosWesleanasshiad ii isaacsas
'The Varsity hassaill bei l nsass d, sisa,
"Sully" i istoleadl tiechalersing. T'I'a
general admaission iasll las -assnasai.
The tesiams wall Iliiieail as folilos:.
Borleske ... .F.. ... Stone
Edmiunids...L.T. (s.. ampellasi
Benblrookb.... Ii-....... l
Bogle...... .'......ialaNillisans
Conklhin.... .G..-. -..asaaanar(sci
Wes s.......R.T. li... alslai i
Pailcaigith... .E....Ii F - 'psol
McMillan ... . I.1... . illena
Maagidsohtam...I,. tCIt)piICaslriglit
Thomiptsona....s. 11.....- - -tfr
Green...... RH - --.. ..... 11
STOti-1LOO1-ILI STEN1\.
So sheets haram ,Lcin se-. .113
24 sheets gosa ldibosed cetl.. 0
50 eiaselopes tistataach, 2;C ; suohilate. ij()s
Dame depsartiaenat paler ss iand elm-ilope
cainiot behieait. .At SCtilahCcd' . 1,,M'
lauildling, 340 Statec. aH.
NOW IS ThIE ThIEI
To siabscribec lasthe .l1Iclcssai55JDailav
for $2.3. P honie youiirasese r inanosxas.
Seandhchaes oc cash lbefore Nsaovtee a
anid get thet laowest cate, $2555tolfor lie
year. I1 -2.
All kinsh5of Ammuniitionand uual s d
at State Street Hlardwaare. as-as.
Besiiier's tGrill. C'hmarcosal grillses
porterhouussc steasha. is13 \. l's srssaSi..,
mp-stairs, opip. Interairasa i lia.
y-caal Ii.

Ssan Frsanciscoa, aind thenuce sack to New
'oria, miakinag the whosle tour ini a periosd
sal eigat siweas.
'Thee wsill trasetlabystpecisal trains, conm-
sisainag sol the lrvate car of ltme two
stsars, seaveralhPullmanslmseelpers, as dias-
sag-case, ald the threcebaggage esirs
sacecssary tis carry the staupendousss equsi-
sasnsa sal scenecreuald effectsifor tle sabl-
slits produlactions.
Sesats fair this extraordimnary enagagc-
asesst will gas on sale next .Vtoaday, Oc-
tobaer 17, at sotls the Lyceumsa Theatre
lzn Giiiiaal tros.'
W'se carrv a faith liaesuf tFootbialls,
Iiasetballs, bosxinag Glasses, andsse p-ll
pliesc. :hateStreet 1hardwsare. a-ia.
TICE'S
117 South Main
THE DRUG STORE
OF IQUALITY
A¢ eaS for
Gilbert's, MacDiarmid's,
Original Allegretti
CHOCOLATES'
D esles-r iiSigh Class
TOILET GOODS
Paroker ~nFountain Pens
117 South Main
Tice's Drug Store*..

Beuor Than Ever
The broad and exclusive line of
FANCY SUTITINGS we are show
ing today.
From it every man can find a
fabric to suit Isis fancy, as botls
light and dark mixtures isa fle
Seasons's latest patterns are shown.
For a Fall Suit that's right in
Pattern, inl Quality, in Style anad
in Make-Visit
W~m. E. Dieterle
Varsity Tailors
1 17 E. Liberty Street
AT TUTTLE & CO.
Lunch Room
You can find atfineelite of Cofectioneery
ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP
OppositeIr itric Waitine Reoom
GEO. V. STOLL, Proprietor
4 Doors From "'Freddie's "
Safety
Razors
ON APPROVAL
We have arranged with the
makers of both Gillette and
Ever-Ready Safety Razors to
put them out on approval.
The purchaser can return
-the razor and get his money
-back if he wants to.
sE. E. CALKINS, Druggist
324 S. State St.

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