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November 11, 1911 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1911-11-11

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THE M1CHIGA~t DAILY

We are again receiving

Patronize the new print shop, Davis *
and Ohlinger, Job Printers, 1'109 E. *
Washington Street. Bell Phone, 432-S. *
18 eod tf
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Tice's
Lugstom

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Mac liarmid's

CH-OCOLATE~S'

FormerlyMartha. Tashington

Fresh every Wednesday and
Friday

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We also cary a full line of

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
..LEAVE A WANT AD FOR THAT
LOST OR FOUND ARTICLE AT THE
DAILY OFFICE OR AT QUARRY'S.
DON'T GET THE IDEA THAT IT'S
TOO LATE TO SUBSCRIBE. THE
-4IG ISISUES ARE YET TO COME.
Kollouf cuts and makes clothes for
the college men. Old post office build-
ing, Main and Ann Street. 28tf
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE FOLKS AT
HOME AND WRITE FEWER LET-
TERS.
Shoes repaired while you wait. An-
dr es,222 So. State ySt. 34eod tf
Rosenberg presses suits-25 cents.
12tf

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Gilbert's and Johnston's

CLASSIFIED ADS.
* Advertising matter for this
classified column must always
be paid fori n advance, and may
be left at the DAILY officeo 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 :301 p. m.
These Ads bring Results.

a;
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*WOULD TAKE,0NOTHER RAP
AT ATHLETIC ASSOCIAI
(Continued from page 1.)

WE3RNEiR'S.

TION.

Home Made Chocolate
FRESH EVERY DAY

Creams

Goods delivered to all parts of the city

T ' Drug Store
117 S. Male St. Phoim 270

WANTED.
.te
WANTED: NEWSBOYS TO SELL
THE MICHIGAN DAILY SOUVENIR
SPORTING EXTRA. CALL AT DAILY
OFFICE BETWEEN I AND 2 ANY
DAY THIS WEEK. ANN ARBOR
PRESS .BUILDING.
FOR SALE
For Sale-Duebills on a leading New
York Hotel. See the Business Man-
ager between 1 and 2 p. m. eod tf
FOR RENT.
For Rent-One single room and one
suite newly furnished, excellent light
and heat. Phone 1715-J. 33-34-35
LOST,
Lost-One bunch of keys on campus.
Return to 220 S. Ingalls. Call 1017-
L. 34
Lost-A brown leather watch-fob, with
an "M" pendant and Athletic Button
Attached. Phone 839-J. Reward.
34 & 35
Lost-A ring of crescent shape set
with garnet and pearls with diamond
in star setting. Finder call 1439-J
or leave at Daily office. Liberal re-
ward. 34-5-6
*Grab This.
4 chair table, main dining room. 4
chair table, smoking room. Brennan's
Restaurant, 612 Liberty. 30 to 34

any one of the following combinations
of stunts:
Prepare 1,247,387.2 lessons in various
snap courses.
2 lessons in S & R.
Paystreasurers fees for each of four
friends.-
Consult the Dean (X) times.
Promote 57 varieties of schemes for
getting advertising out of Ann Arbor
merchants.
This appalling waste of humanity
should be utilized. ,
Is there no hope, no respite? Are
the Association officers deaf to the
promptings of "Noblesse Oblige?"
Cheer up Mary! We've gotten our
tickets at last. Yours in relief,
GOODEN TYRED.
The Reveille, a weekly newspaper at E
the University of Louisiana, issues a
monthly magazine supplement.
C Printing, Engraving, Embossing Fine Sta-f
tionery, Two-Fold Announcements or. Cards
with Envelopes to match. Menus and Dance
Programs. See our new and up-to-date display
room. Don't get confused iu the name and place-
CHAS. F. MEYERS. 21S South Main Street
2d Floor. Phone 581-L. Ann Arbor.

JUiT RECEIVED A 1310
SHIPMENT OF
Pennlauts
Representing Michigan m
15 Other Colleges.
I buy in large quantities a
big reduction and therefor
I offer the largest assort
ment at lower prices that
any other dealer in Ani
Arbor-compare prices be
fore you buy.
This week's Scrap Boos
Special-a beautiful 8-x li
picture
Choice of Engineering or
Economics -Che mical
Only 10c with any 50c

LYN,

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ANNOUNCEMENT

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES

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GOTO

"'Sam".Burolifiel'd & Co1 s,
For the best Tailoring Service to be had Anywhere.
In making Dress Clothes we acknowledge no
equal, and prove our superiority in every instance.

"Sam" Burchfield & Company
106 East Huron

All Others Fail Buy

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ch COLLAR
of tie space, easy
t on or take off.
5 cents-2 for 25 cen.s
body & Co., 'Makers, Troy,< N. Y.

HART,
&

SCHAFFNER
MARX

WOOL CLOTHES HERE

Initiation of new members into Al-
pha Nu Society this evening at 7.
Senior engineer football practice 10
o'clock, South Ferry field.
Junior lit football practice Monday
at 3 p. m. Every man must be there.
Lands Prof. D'Ooge's Services.
The Detroit Journal in an editorial
yesterday lauds the work of
Prof. Martin Luther D'Ooge, who re-
cently made known his contemplated
resignation from the university facul-
"To several generations of college
students he has represented not mere-
ly a teacher of classics but the repre-
sentative and champion of classicism,"
says the article. "All that the culture
of Latin and Greek meant to the
world's enlightenment he felt keenly
and emphasized ably-but that is not
all."
No man has shown more interest
in the modern excavations and explor-
ations of the classic lands, the modern
methods of study and research, the
'present-day study of texts. It is for
this reason that Prof. D'Ooge was so
formidable an advocate of the reten-
tion of Greek and Latin. A mere hard-
and-fast mandarin of the old methods
of education, a mere traditionalist,
would be swept aside like a grammar
by Chauncey Goodrich. Prof. D'Ooge
made his dead language minister to a
living culture. The nan who was the
teacher of hundreds of Greek teachers
thus descended in a living line from
the first Italians who rediscovered and
restored the lost Greek lore, and par-
took even in our own day of their
grand enthsiasm. Today modern life
has classics of its own that clamor for
brain and time, but our greatest hope
would be that such study of the clas-
sics as shall continue may continue in
the spirit of usefulness and purpose-
fulness which marked the service of
Prof. D'Ooge.
sweaters cut over at the Palais
Royal, 209 E. Liberty. 1-tf

eyes on.
The real leaders among the well
young fellows of this town all wear

Rosenberg calls and delivers.
Rosenberg's phone, Bell 266.
Have you seen those nobby
blues at Milward's? Tailor,
State St.
Rosenberg dryclean suits.

12tf
12tf

Clever.

WADHAMS &, O CLEVER SUITS

Oxford
330 S.
19 tf

12tf

For the Dashing, Daring College

Rosenberg cleans sweaters. 12tf

Come into the Store today and get a glimps
of the swellest line of college togs you ever lal

Martin guitars and
on earth, on sale at
Son's Music House.

dress

mandolins, best
Schaeberle &
29tf

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

Cloth

LET

Campus Guardian Still Expects Cap.
Thomas Blackburn, the genial cam-
pus cop, is still minus his helmet,
which was lifted from his head during
the Majestic disturbance Friday even-
ing. No trace of the missing head-
gear has been ascertained, and Tom is
hoping that it will soon be returned
to hin.
As a result of the ordeal Tom is suf-
fering from a distressing cold contract-
ed by standing bareheaded in the rain
that evening. Some student generous-
ly loaned the policeman his own cap,
which Tom wore the remainder of Fri-
(lay evening.
Prof. Effinger to Address Women.
Professor John R. Effinger will give
an informal talk to the Women's
League Tuesday afternoon- at Newber-
ry Hall. The subject of his talk is
"Dimensions."

Overcoats, Hats and Cap
Redman Collars Holeproof Hosiery Spalding Sweaters Emery Sh
Barker Collars Interwoven Hosiery and Jerseys Col las to
Wadhams & Comnpar
121-123 S. Main St.
H~ NESTANGE.'
Rus, CairptDra r
and tFurniture

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TR U BEY

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Furnish the Ice Cream for-
Your Party
" Cater To Clubs and
Frats

117 anA 119 West LibertyStreet
THE REXALL DRUG STORE
lave you found it? It is sure in Ann Arbor.
We sell lots of Rexall just as they do is every city in the country
REXALL SIGNIFIES QUALITY
THE BROWN DRUG STORE
E. C. EDPILL, Prop.
122 S. Main St. The Rexall Store Prescription Specia

If -you want STATIONERY, FOUNTAIN
LOO==PENS, E NGINEER'S SUPPLIES, Etc., go
uey made in Michi-,to headquarters for Student's Supplies
e but Real Chinese The Student Suppy Store
GILBERT & MORSE CANDIES
-_d

107 South Main street

Everything you may need in your college work, also

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Social w
ictions *k
mly one way to be correctly
entleman, and that is to
ustom made apparel.
uch of the artist tailor is
every garment turned out
style and workmanship the best. If you haven't been
for your Full Dress, Tuxedo or Frock Suit see us about
Fashion's newest fabrics are shown.

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

T HE VARSITY
TOGG ERY
SHO p o

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For nice hot chocolates and daily home made candies,
go to the

S. University
Avenue

LUNCBI[S, CONIECTIONS,
TOBACCO, ClIARITJTS,
Agentsfor B-B-B Pi
'e will try and please youallan(
" the very best satisfactior
._ LARGE LINE OF CLASS PIP
R. E. JOL
308 5. StateStreet, Ann Arbo
CHIROPODY arns, ur'ns
,Everythin g abso
tiseptic. Office hours. 9-12 a m. 1-5o
MISS E. J. FOLEY~
921 E..Huron Street, End'Nort
2 BI cks East of High School - Pho

Su~m a

noI

Has just received a line of Sill
and Silk Lis'e Half Hose. Let us
show you our Fall line of lined
and unlined Dress Gloves.

Dieterle, Varsity
117 East Liberty Street

Tailor

Service wilt pleaseyou and every thine is clean
Specialties on Saturday

E. J, ,LOH R

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n ClotheSforCollegeMen

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Allen's Good Clothes Store m

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