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The Michigan Daily, 1911-11-02

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TIHI MICHIGAN DAILY

SU~T RECEIVizD A BI(

Royal Tailors at 215 South Main.
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We are again receiving

Mac Die a

TiCe's

CHIOCOLATE3S

Formerlly Martha lWasington

Fresh every Wednesday and
Friday

We also cary a full line of

Gilbert's and Johnston's

WE~RNER'S
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Home Made Chocolate
FRESH EVERY DAY,

Creams

Goods delivered to all pats of the city

Drug, Store

7 .Mafri St.

Phonm 270

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ANNOUNCEMENT

GO TO

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ff1" Burcfid&Cos

For the best Tailoring Service to.be had Anywhere.
In making Dregs Clothes we acknowledge no
equal, and prove our superiority in every instance.

Patronize the new print shop, Davis
and Ohlinger, Job Printers, 109 E.
Washington Street.. Bell Phone, 432-J.
18 eod tf
Royal Tailors at 215 South Main.
12 eod tf
Hobart Guild Will Meet.
A meeting of the Girls club of Ho-
bart guild will be held at the residence,
of Mrs. Henry Douglas, 1620 Cam-
bridge road, this afternoon at 4:00
o'clock. Deaconess Goodwin, of New
York city, will address the meeting.
Verein Elects Officers.
The senior men's section of the
Deutscher Verein met last night and'
elected the following officers for the
ensuing year: president, Otto Fuelber;
vice-president, Harry Folz; secretary
and treasurer, I. M. Bassett. The next
meeting of the section will be held
next Tuesday evening.
WOMEN'S LEAGUE TO GIVE
ANNUAL RECEPTION FRIDAY.
The annual reception of the Wom-
an's League to the women of the uni-
versity will be held tomorrow after-
noon in Barbour gymnasium. Pres-
ident Hutchins will deliver an ad-
dress and there will be short talks by
the officers of the league.
The league candy sale will be held
in University hall on Saturday. Ac-
cording to the present plans a simi-
lar sale will be conducted at the time
of the Pennsylvania game on Novem-
ber 18. Only homemade sweets will
be dispensed at the sales and the pro-
ceeds will be devoted to supplying the
needs of the league.
Y. W. C. A. Entertains Faculty Ladies.
About 75 faculty ladies attended the
reception given in their honor by the
Y. W. C. A. at Newberry hall yester-
day afternoon. Addresses by the of-
fiecers of the association and a tea
formed the program of the entertain-
meit. All of the ladies were enrolled
as honorary members of the associa-
tion.
Class Team Officials to Meet.
Athletic Director Bartelme has call-
ed a meeting of the managers and cap-
tains of the class football teams, still
in the series, for today at 12:05 at the
Athletic Association offices. It is ab-
solutely necessary that every team
be represented.
PENN STUDENTS ARE OFFERED
ATTRACTIVE MICHIGAN TRIP.
PHILADELPHIA, PA., Nov. 1.-
Such attractive inducements have been
offered by those in charge of the trip
to Michigan that it is thought a large
crowd of Penn supporters will accom-
pany the team to Ann Arbor for the
annual game between Michigan and
Penn, Nov. 18.
The Michigan trip committee has
secured a special trai which will
leave Philadelphia Friday afternoon,
and arrive 11 Ann Arbor about noon
on Saturday, and the rate for the trip
has been fixed at $39.50 which includes
all meals enroute.
The return trip will include Satur-
day evening in Detroit and Sunday at
Niagara Falls. The tickets go on sale
Monday and until this time it will be
impossible to ascertain just how many
Penn supporters will make the trip.

CLASSIFIED ADS.
Advertising matter for this
classified column must always
be paid for in advace, and may
be left at the DAILY office op.
posite the Majestic between the
hours of 12 noon and 10 p. m.,
or at Quarry's Drug Store, N.
University and State, at any
time up to 9:30 p. M.
These Ads bring Results.
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PASTELUR TEATMENT IS
U'SE) ON RABIE4 PATflENTS,
Fred Johnson and Lewis Neson,
two patients from Ironwood, Mich., are
taking the Pasteur treatment offered
by the medical department. These arc
the first cases from the northern pen-
insula since 3108 at which time upper
Michigan suffered a severe epidemic
of this disease.
The dog '- ich bit the individuals.
was sent here for diagnosis and a mi-
croscopic examination of its brain
showed that the animal was rabid.
This report was forwarded to Dr. S. E.
Cus health oicer of Iron Mountain,
who immediately sent the patients

WANTED.
Wanted-Student for soliciting Per-
centage and salary. Sales to stu-
dents. An every day necessity. Write,
if having any previous experience at
canvassing. Apiplicant also state
number of hours he can work week-
ly. Give department and class. Po-
sition will be permanent for entire
school year. Address J. . A, care
Michigan Daily. 25 & 26

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FOR RENT.
For Rent-Suite of two rooms in
house with all modern conveniences.
706 S. Ingalls. 24-25-26
FOUN D.
Found-A class pin with initials S. A,
D. Owner can have same by calling
at office and paying for this ad. 26
Sweaters cut (vex at the Palais
Royal, 209 E. Liberty. 1-t'

P.llu s

'Clever

clothe4

here for treatmet-
i&red 1a' M io minte ,Priday.
The t h .w class will make nom-
inations for s(xeral of its ofilces to-
morrow. The election wi take p)ace
a week from Sat urday. Notices per.
taining to the same will be posted
shortly on the firt year boards in the
jnr buildimc.
The la eress oi the election in this
ciass, as compared to other classes,
has been for the purpose of giving the
now men a better opportunity to get
acquaini ted.
Subscribe for The Daily today.

Rosenberg calls and delivers.

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SH IPM ENT OF

R.eprese ting Michigan tni
15 Other CoIhe es.
I buy in large quantities al
big redu tion and thertfort
I off[ r tiV iargt st assort-
m ent at lower prices. thar
any other dealer in Ann
Arbor-comp;re prices be-
fore you buy.
This week's $crap Pool,
Special-a beautiful 8 x 10
pictue of
UNIVERSITY LIBRARY
Only 10c with any 50c
purchase.
L ,YN )'0N

All the latest popular song hits at
Grinnell Bros. Music House at Ten
cents per copy. A complete stock of
the latest Opera hits at popular prices
also. Everything in college songs and
ollections. 18 tf

Fr the Dah Daring College C

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Rosenberg's phone, Bell 266..

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Burchfiel & Company
106 East Huron

Pianos to Rent. Terms reasonable
Schaeberle & Son, Music House, 110
S. Main St. U'
Rosenberg drycleans sweaters. 12tf
Have you seen those nobby Oxford
blues at Milward's?, Tailor, 330 S.
State St. 19 tf

Come into the Store today and get a glimpse
of the swellest line of college togs you ever laid
eyes on.
The real leaders among the well dressed
young fellows of this town all wear

WADHAMS & CO. CLEVER SUITS

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All Others Fait Buy

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Rosenberg dryclean suits.
Shoes repaired while you wait.
dres, 222 Soy State St.

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HART,
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SCHAFFNER
MARX

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rotch C LLAR-
AS o tie space, easy
put on or take off.
15 cenis-2 for 25 cents
t, Pebody & Co., Makers. Troy. N. Y,

WOOL CLOTHES HERE
Te 0othie
217 So. Main
Suits and Overcoa s $15.00 up

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Rosenberg presses suits-25 cents.
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The U. of M. Boat House will close
Nov. 11th for repairs. 25 to 31
"MICHIGAN COULD BEAT YALE."
-Heston.
"Willie" Heston, known to all fol-
lowers of the gridiron game as one of
the greatest halfbacks who ever wore
cleated shoes, declares that there has-
n't been a Michigan team since 1900:
with the exception of the 1906-7, and
possibly the '08 Wolverines, that could-
n't have beaten Yale, Harvard or any
of the eastern teams. Incidentally
"Willie" believes that this year's team
is not equal to the Michigan teams of
1900-1904, on which he played, but he
states it is the best combination Yost
has turned out since that time.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE FOLKS AT
HOME AND WRITE FEWER LET-
TERS.

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Designers of Men's Clothes, w Al give you the Latesi St
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vercoats, sat and C s
Redman Collars Hqleproof Hosiery Spalding Sweaters Emery Shirts
Barker Collars lnterwoven Hosiery and Jerseys Collars to Mat
121-123 S. Main St.

ISOMvt

LET

TR B-EIY
Furnish the Ice Cream for
Your Party
I Cater To Clubs and
Frats

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If you want STATIONERY, FOUNTAIN
Al KING LOO= PENS, ENGINEER'S SUPPLIES, Etc., go
-Best Chop Suey made in Michi- to headquarters for Student's Supplies
gan, no fake but Real Chinese The Student Suppy Store
Chop Suey. GILBERT & MORSE CANDIES

Goodyear's Drug Store
107 South Main Street

Friday

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isica1 Comedy
Engagement Extraordinary
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Everything you may need in your college work, also

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For Social
Functions
There's only one way to be correctly
dressed, gentleman, and that is to
wear c ur custom made apparel.
The touch of the artist tailor is
evident in every garment turned out
here -cut, style and workmanship the best. If you haven't been
measured frr your Full Dress, Tuxedo or Frock Suit see us about
it today. Fashion's newest fabrics are shown.

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Rubber Goods, Combs, Brushes, Soaps, Powders,
Perfumes, at the lowest price.

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Musical Comedy Company
Singing Girls and Boys - 20

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Quick Service and Fresh
Home Made Candies Daily
at the
SVGARI 'BOWL

Gorgeous Scenery Beautiful Costumes
__fBevy of Blonde Beauties
Remember the Dates
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, this "week.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, next w
Six Days of Joy No advance in pri

Win. E.

Dieterle, Varsity
117 East Liberty Street

Tailor

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Allen's

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