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November 04, 1911 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1911-11-04

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F THE MICHIGA2, DAILY

I

town Cthi

We are again receiving

Mac Biarmid's
DrStr CHOCOLATES
Fresh every Wednlesday and
Friday

We also cary a full lime of

Gilbert's and Johnston's

ERNIER'S

Hlome Made Chocolate
FRESH EVERY DAY

Creams

Goods delivered to all parts of the city

rug Store
i . aD rgMa a~ St. PI-Lotik270

ANNOUNCEMENT'

64,TO

"Sam" Burdil.fi'eld & Co.'s
F,)r the best Tailori ng *Set vice to be had Anywhere.
In m ak inug Dre, s Clothes we' acknowledge no
(qual, and ip-ove our superiority in every instanice.

With preparations under way to se-,
cure news by wireless and the problem
confronting us of whether to send the
Athletic Editor, the engineering re-
porter, or a medic to cover the flights
and falls of our own aviators we arek
beginning to feel truly metropolitan. 1
And now comes news that o. s. "Ben-
ny" Benbrook, is officiating at foot-
ball. games in Wisconsin. The report'
does not mention any attempts to "mob
he umpire.".I
When you find the man that howls
loudest against the band's rapacity,
ask him whether he paid a copper or
a "nick" for his tag last year.
NTow it is that "us" who pose as hay- y
ing artistic temperaments must lie
ourselves to Memorial hall and stiid
about kno.vingly with Robinson c it -
:og-ue inl1
it may interest some of us to l ntow
that she prune crop is 3,00,00 ls.
short this year.
Eternal Fendninte to Invade Shops.
Two women have received de-
grees from the Engineering depart-
ment of the university and still anoth-
er is now a junior, but up to date thej
unpretentious quarters of the wood
and forge shops have not been gracd
by a lady's presence. That this state
of affairs will soon be dispelled Is ap-
parent from the statement of Missj
Hazel I. Quick, who enrolled just this
year in the civil engineering course,
that she will enter the forge and pat-
tern shops this winter. Miss Quick
sees no reason why she should not
take up this work and next semester
she intends to follow out her inclina-
tions.1
As for this '"Stilree" person Ye;
Ed wishes to illuminate his own opin-
ion that these girls can yell and since
last Saturday he has been wearing
cotton in his left ear which lie will
be pleased to exhibit as evidence that
they do.
For the benefit of those who depend
upon this page for their sporting in-
telligence we hasten to record that'
our own Prof. Yost, Head of the De-
partment of Football and Applied
Kicking, is traveling in an easterly di-
rection. We suspect that he will ob-j
tain some definite information con-
cerning the present habits of the
Quakers which may prove of some
slight service on the afternoon of Nov.
1. It is our own eccentric notion that
Prof. Yost can see more in a football
game than any other ten and we sus-
pect that he won't be admiring the
pretty striped awning on top of the
press box at Franklin Field tomor-
row,
c'weaters cut over at the Palais
Royal, 209 E. Liberty. 1-tf
Shoes repaired while you wait. An-
dres, 222 So. State St. 3tf
Rosenberg presses suits-25 cents.
12 tf
The U. of M. Boat House will close
Nov. 11th for repairs. 25 to 31
DON'T D)ELAY THAT SUBISCRIP-.
TION ANY LONGER.
rYOU CAN'T HAVE A BETTER
SCRAP BOOK THAN A COMPLETE
FILE OF THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FOR THE YEAR.

* * ** A' * * Illini Club Will Hold Smoker.
' CLASSIFIED) ADS. ' The Illini club held a meeting yes-
Ad-vertising matter for this * terday afternoon.# Plans for the smok-
*classified column must always * er to be held the end of this month
be p~aid for in advance, and may* were discussed and the constitution
be left at the DAILY office op. * was signed. The next meeting will be
x polite the 'Majestic between thne * !held Friday afternoon, Nov. 17 at 4
I ours of 12 noon and 10 p. mn., *j o'clock.
or at Quarry's Drug Store, N. *
liniversity and State, at any * Directory Will be Published Early.
ll~ .v"~',VAll fraternities, sororities and so-
S These Ads bring Results.
x * * * * * * * cieties should hand in the namves of
-their members to the management of
-- '}h SALE the Students' Directory by next tied-

For Sale-Twenty-four volumes (com-
plete set) of Balzac, good as new,
Inquire 722 Monroe St., Bancroft's
Store. 27-28-29~
WANTED.
Wanted--Place to work in Fraternity
II ouse. Comnpetent. Telephone 71-J.
21-28
FOUND.
Fount[(-Silver mounted fountain pen.
Owner can have same by paying for
this ad. Inquire room 326 New En-
gineering building, Monday 8-1 or
11-12 a. mi. 28
Found-A pair of glasses on Ferry
Field. Owner can have same by call-
ing at Daily office., 28
FOR RENT.

DON ' SPONGE YOURi
FROM YOUR NEIGHBO)R,
SCRIBE.

SHIP1MENT OF
B1 Daunllr aild

QI Printing, Engraving, Embossing Finle Sta-
tionery, 'o-F[old Announceminents or Cards
with Envelopes to'natch. Menus and Dance
IPrograms. :gee our new and up-to-date display
room. D~on 't get confused i the name and place-
CHAS. F. MEYERS. 215 South Main Street
2d Floor. Phone 581-.L. Ann Arbon,.

Pie nuaiL4S

nesday. Class secretaries should see
that the names of the class officers are
also in the hands of the editors by that
date.
Work on the directory has been pro-
gressing faster than in previous years
and it is hoped that the book will make
its appearance this year nearly two
weeks ahead of time.

For Rpent-Large single room suitable
ofr one or two men,, in modern
house with steam heat. 209 N. In-
galls St. 28 & 29
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
Rosenberg calls and delivers. l2tf

Clever

clothe401

Representing Michigan u nd
15 Other Colleges.
I buy in large quantities at
big; reduction and therefore
I offer the largest assort-
ment at lo-wer prices than
any other dealer in Ansi
Arbirr-compare prices be-
fore you buy.
This wveek's Scrap Book
Special-a beautiful 8 x 10
picture of
UNIVERSITY LIBRAIZY
Only 10C with anly 50c
purchase.

IALY
SU B-

for the. Dashing, Daing, College

b

Come into the Store today and get a gimpvse
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

m' Burchfield, &.Company16EsHuo

Rosenberg's phone, Bell 266.

12tfI

Pianos to Rent. Terms reasonable
Schaeberle & Son, Music House, 110
S. Main St. t
Rosenberg drycleans sweaters. l2tf
H-ave you seen those nobby Oxford
blues at Milward's? Tailor, 330 S.
State St. 19 -tf

WADHAMS & CO, CLEVER SUITS

When
All Others Fail Buy

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11

HIARTt

SCHAFFNER
MARX

Rosenberg dryclean suits.

l2tf

WOOL CLOTHES HERE

OW
LLAR

217 So,. Main
Suits and Overcoa's $ 15.00 up

SUBSCRIBE NOW. !'AY LATER.
Royal Tailors at 215 South'Main.
l2eod tf
Patronize the new print shop, Davis
and Ohlinger, Job Printers, 109 E.
Washington Street. Bell Phone, 432-1.
18 eod tf
Royal Tailors at 215 South Main.
12 eod t ~
SUBSCRIBE NOW AND GET THlE
BACK NUMBERS FOR THAT FILE.

Overcoats, Hats and aps
Redmnan Collars Holeproof Hosiery Spalding Sweaters Emiery Shirts
Barker Collars Interwoven Hosiery and Jerseys Collars to Match
Wacila ms &so''n
121-23 S. Main St.
Chicken Dinner.
Every Sunday, 25c IH O
Hlathiaway & Sharp'sI_ BCR E NO
331 South Main 'Street

space,

easy
Aof

cents

PI. Y.

, j d
d i.l
., ,;.
W z '
,
i

LET

FOOT BALL PICTUTRE S
D)ETROIT SATURDAY NIGHT
ALL i NEWS STA NDS TOT)AY.

i-rn--rn----,'

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Furnish the ice Cream for1

Specials for Sturda

Your Party
ICater To Clubs
'rats

28
Kollouf cuts and makes clothes for
the college men. Old post office build-
ing, Main and Ann Street. 28ti
RAVE YOU HEARD OF THE YEL.
LOWN SOUVENIR SPORTING4 EXTRA
IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE PENN SY
CA IE I

and~

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

Goodyear's Drug StoreI
GodCobBrseSopPodr,107 South Main Street

Pompeian Massage Cream
Purity Cold Cream - -
Both, for 59c
Pompeian MassageCem
Hazeloin Cream- -
Both for 59c
Pompeian Massage Cream
Pompeian Soap - -
Purity Cold Cream or Hazeloin
All for 75c

- - 50C
- - '25c
75c
- - 50c
-# - 25c
Crean 25c

5

..

Everything you may need in your college work, also

lior Social
Functions.
There'-, only one way to be correctlyr
dressed, gentleman, and, that is to
wear,, 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 fr r your Full Dress, Tuxedo or Ft ock Suit see us about
it today. Fashion's newest fabrics are shown.

I

I RuberPerfumes, at the lowest price.I

I

I

Pity Co'd Cream is tmuie and swcet.
get-rancid and is delightful to vs~e.

It cannot

Boys!!

Girls!!1

Quick'

Service and Fresh

Hazeloin Cream is a lotion fur,,.chapped handls
and face that has few eql'ials.
E. F. ALKINS, Pharmic '84

w nil. .

.Diet eri e,

Varsity Tailor

Home Made Candies Daily
at the
SUGAR BOWL

109 S.
Mears

324 S, State St.

I

117 East Liberty Street

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ian Clot hesforcollegeMen

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Allen 's

Good Clothes StoreM,

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