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THE MTCHIGAN DAILY

Sweeten Up
with
ID[RI'S
or_
NUNNL[Y'S
Chocolates
AT
Quarry's
Money Loaned
On W~ath, Diam1)onds, Law looks,
00otr11 11 1) rolperty.
Watches aol ioooliry repaired.
Blargai 0o i0iWatches & Diamonds
Olilct at resdence 331 E0. Liberty Stl
Ante Arbor.
Hours: t'11:30 a.Ie., 1 ts 4 :00andll to
91 0,
JOSEPH C. WATTS
lOn Make
EST
BSRIAR,
PIPES
PRICE S
(11 111;1o - b1.75 to $51.11
PILLOWVS and
BANNERS
AT
Darling. & Maleaux
U. of M. B ALWBCW SHOP
J. R. TROJANOWSKI. Prop.
1)10 0 AN 1 11.) 11110 101 'lAlTH-1
Phone 35Q0Blld IAnn Abo,Milch.

OTHER SCHOO LS h~:'t(clt Ii tI:il-l) )yi : 10 0)1)11111)
FOND OF COMMONS atc>.Ih 1'- he Sai, 1)at) )11)111)h
Students From Distant Univer- 00111)0 01)1f) 11)11) r1Ne11)0 11)1111) £so
sities Found Common Eating Maro 1) tea Itol al ilti
Halls Cheap Means of Cement= 00001)1)1 1 a )01)I 10)11)11) 111 ofllai)
ing Friendship. 1)11)01 . 11)1c' 1ill 11)o)l th )o[ olte
__________ 1 )11)1)01 0 l 1 1 1.-

,\ccor)illg oto studets10from)1)other)uni
that the 11)00ce) of hord11has 1beenlowerell
considerab sle in 3111l0inst'anc1es1)he0r1)11e
gen111al11ining11)allosohav00)1)301a.ed
Thspliof o mradeship) 0 11amo)11)g the1
who for1,merly atten1))ded 110 Prneon)0, 0)'
trnlofitsladvanages.o 1)1 100)
"Conditions1111to 1be1oercom at Pr11i'ce-
Ill hoe ar 1greaoo ter tha)at'Mihigan
he sad 10' acount ' t otheso' ngor-
101111l £10'e. )111o0'ear.),Iv 1111'required)11o
caterer)11wh10'))))0full)charg10e1 The1111st
of hoard00')s been 1 materiao, lly'od1creased
sine h100010. nii& 0

lit?11r;1' " [II(!t ilIS til<I I t 1 [1t tl1 C 11 C ti.
PaI lllf; mit fl-wil 1whilld thr r<Iil, theti

I pay ilik

Bier.,<<>>c30< ')) car)'1 1 litc 1;11)1(,

A1 food mea'l 1mv 11 10ctr
I1)1111) 1fr)11t cI
atlcocu' a~c;II c1
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3C 10 10 r s e lf - F i l in
ADVIR TISI 0 KIN1IIIiS SPACE ON
\1EDYoS AND tA' IJDAYS IS
GEE. XW~tu1'K IWO. P OOK STORES
Rdule-Collhi _F legel Co
The largest distributors of men's wear-
ing apparel in the county'. We special=
ize in College styles and cater to the
tastes of college me-n wxho are always
on the alert for the latest productions.
That we have mnade a fine selection of
Suits, Overcoatsan Cravenettes
it is only necessary for us to tell you
that we are sole agents for L. ADLER
BROS. & CO.'S fine line of tailor made
clothing. If you knowx clothing, you
know we are right in placing this cel-
ebrated line at the front.
We carry everything you need for a complete
outfit
M"ack's T ea Room
The best Service and Cuisine and
Pleasantest Surroundings in the
City. All home cooking.
Prices Moderate
MACK & CO.

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S ul Dre.ss S Ss oo here the0010realm of tailoringca
_________the_____artist,_________s hine is intheo1makin~'g ot"ar
I meets or fall dress wear, and nowohere will 00h)1'npraclt'llidlye 1d0001(t0inferiorlity as
quickly as in a fall dress stilt.(Ou' garm)1'ets 1a10e111ma(de1in) 0u'r010n shopls, 0111
der our~ personal supelrv'ison andi by competn ol)1o)rkmen.lo We are1' equipped to)
serve yo)).
I ~ ~~~lAG(UIRJId-'(GO., IIl)o o Ibinyilrs, 51t1te SI,

Studellts' Lecture Association
THE FAMOUS
Donald Robertson
Company of Players
NN711LL PRESENI'
"A Blot in the 'Scutcheon"
Next Saturday Aternoon at 2:30, andl

UNIVERSITY
Sym~phonty Orchestra
50 Players December3
'W'ilappear at
Faculty Concert High School Ha~ll
Six Concst $1.00 SlMAgle Coelot 25ao
11ffLIMD[RI O[f(iRANO RAPIDS
For Arts and Crafts Frrrit~xre
is well adlapted to fulrnish studenlts' rooms as well as
tile dell. We Ihave a Ilice linle o£ thaese, also carry
everythinlg in the 1li1e of Rtx~s anid Por-
tiers, to Ilnake a room cozy an~d comofortable.
MARTIN HALLER'S
IFtrnltnsre, Carpet atmd Drapery Store

J. L. CHAPMAN, Jewelex
ALARM CLOCKS $1.00
ALARM CLOCKS $1.50
ALARM CLOCKS $1.75
1" lally )lsarbo0'red
Wat.hRona,tvrs jg a Spoeait-'
Rowe's Laundry
THOMAS ROWE, Prop.
326 N. Fifth A'e.
New1 'lhone 457 BellPhoe4157',
MAKERS AND DESIGNERS
OF COLLEGE JEWELRY
Haller's Jewelry Store
216 SOUJ''ITH nAIN STRE'
Large Collection Antiques in
Brass, Irton, Copper end Chinaware
'1)0 fIrat('rt'0 and001)orriNty holuseso 550
stu~dentt(Iens.
1)1dress0
Miss Florence S. Babbitt
YPSILANTI, MICHi.

"A Curious Mishap"

Next Saturday Evening at 8:00

IN1\
University Hall
lstol 1)11)1 rson tbeS ,.A. Prtogram.
SEATS FOR MATINEE. A anon on the 'Scutheon,"............ 5 CENTS
SEATS FOR EVENING PLAY. "A Curious Mishap"..............75 CENTS
On Sale at Box Ofiee, University Hall

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STUDiO-

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3.19, East Ihuron Street

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