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TILE MICIIIOAi~tDAILY

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Every Mani
Should Have An "R & W"
Carlton Gabardine-
A-Light Weight Worsted Rain Coat
Jrpis of ideal weight and warmth
for this mid-season weather and, more-
over, it is shower-proof. A coat for busi-
ness and convenient for the theatre and
other social occasions; in fact, a coat for
"~every dlay'"'use and all "year round' 'wear.
Our assortment includes a variety of
patterns in a wide ranige of prices.
F. W. GROSS

All the latest popular song it; at' * * * * 'y **
Grinnell Tiros. Music House atienoiiCLA SSIFIED) ADS.
cents per copy. A complete stoolk of * Adyertising mautter for this*
the latest Opera hits at popular prices * classified, column must always '
also. Everything in college songs and * i Iid for in advance, and may
ollections. 18 tf be left at the D)AILY office opD. .*
* j)Qe, thet Majestie between the*
. .LEAVE A WANT AD) FOR THAT hotirs of 12 noon and 10 p. ini.,
ILOST1 OR FOUND ARTICLE AT THlE or sat Qnarry's Drug Store, N. *
D)AILY OFFICE OR AT QUARRY'S. *University -and State, at any*
_____________' timie 1up1to e):30 1). in.'
DON'T GE:T THlE IDIEA THAT Ir.Ts' * The se Ads bring Rtes ilts. t
"OO LATE TO SUBSCRIBE. 'THlE, ** * ** ****
41G ISISUES ARE YET TO COM1E..
1IANTE 1).
Kollouf cuts and makes clothes for-
the college men. Old post office Iild- WI~ANTEP: IEWSBOiS T0 SELL,
ing, Main and Ann Street. 28tf s'11E 311C11(ANIDAIL~Y SoUVENiIRI
_____________iOR1t' l~ E1XTRA.. . V1I11 AT I)AIT1Y
SUBSCRIBE FOR T111) 1KS AT 0OF1F l' BL_1EN i 1N) "2 NYI
HOME ANI) WRITE F 1 ER tLET- l)X THrI S111EEIh. _ \'!N _ A211B
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123 East Liberty Street

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Pocket Ran
Cutlery YSCB MILS

Michigan and Penusy Banners, Pen-
nants, Arm Bands, etc., at Wahr's Uni-
versity Bookstore.
34-5-6-7-8-9
NICllIGAN UNION OFFERS
Two dinners will be served at the
Michigan Union today from 1 to 2
o'clock and from 6 to 8 o'clock. The
usual price of seventy-five cents a
plate will be charged. Tables for
couples may be reserved at thle Union
any time today. The following is to-
day's menu:
Cianape of Caviar.

FOR RENT.
For Rent-O0ne single room and one
suite newly furnished, excellent light
andhet.Phone 1715-J. 33-34-35
and eat. LOST.
Least -A1 brown leather watch-fob, with
an "M" pendant ande Athletic Button
Attached. Phone 8 35-J. Reward.II
34 & 35

The clothes oc,[ -wk enlmr cd
prices.
We know that your' visit to u tvewl ujlyprofisthk.

STUDENTS
Our Card Indexes and Filing Systems
are TIME SAVERS. For Filing Per..
iodicals,'Clippings, Class Notes. -

Lost--A ring of crescent shatpe set
with garnet and pearls with d(iaond
in star setting. Finder cll 1439-J
or leave at Daily office. Liboeral re-
wa<ird. 34-5-6
fLoti--Fountain Pen with name B. 0.
Knoch on gold band. Reward W~ re-
turned to 326 S. Fifth. 35 & 36
ljost---Davis Surveying for Beginners
and Field Note B1ook , on or *near
Campus, South sidle. Please notify
1 . 4Bartlett, 10003 E. W4a shington

Consomme a la Celestine.
Pearl Celery. India Relish.
Oliv*~

You'll need a Tep wrziler .l~fccr. (X
the best now antd ha:t i1sn v hv
FolEeAk t hw*U

A 1V)t C r efi r - ,.,4 £4)
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C fr..,tate ad M,,.
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Sectional Filing Cabinet, Midget Card
Index Outfits, Ruled Cards, Guide Cards.

Weis

alyer,
TIONERS

Schoettle &* Schaurer Co,
PRINTERS BINDERS, STUDENTS' SUPPLIES

112 So. Ilain Street

Bell Phone 1404

_________________________________

A:
Capital $501
Re;

Savings Bank1
IiI ARBOR, MICH.
1000. Surplus $85000.
:sources $1,350,0400

e Ann Arbor Savings Bank]
Capital Stock $300,000 Surplus $75,000
R~esouirces $2,800,00
Usneral Banking Business Transacted
'iCURs: Chas. E, Hiscock, Pres.; W. D
riman, Vice Pres.: M. J. Fritz, Cashier
The
rmers & Mechanics Bank
101-103-105 S. Main St.'
11al $50,000. surpluts and Profits $108,000

The shower baths of the
gym or your home will
prove a greater Success
and bring a greater
amount of Happiness
if you have some of~
our fine
Bath Towels
QUARRY DRUG CO.

Supreme of Halibut, Duglere.
Hollandaise Potatoes.
Roast Spring Turkey, Cranberry Telly.
Roast Rib of Beef, Gravy au N:atural.
Hoack Minute Colbert.
Potatoes° Parmeutier. Buttered Beans.
Sweet Potatoes, New Orleans.
Salad Panacher.
Savarin au Rhum, Whipped Cream.
Cherry Ice Cream and Cake.
Demi Tasse.
PRIZE CONTEST OPENS
TOI)AY FOR CAR~lTOONISTS.
For the three best cartoons to be us-
ed for throwing on the screen at thie
Pennsy mass meeting, Nov. 17, A. S.
Lyndon, the photographer, will give
five dollars in cash to the student pro-
ducing them. One of these cartoons
must describe the present athletic sit-
uation or Michigan's outlook for the
Pennsy_ game. The subjects of .the
other tw~o are left to the choice of the
artist. The drawings should be in
heavy black ink, drawn on white pa-
per, not to exceed 16 inches in length,
and 12 inches in height. In order that
the prize be offered it will be necessary
that by next Thursday, when the con-
test will close, five sets of drawings
will be in Lyndon's hands. Mr. Theo.
Koch, university librarian, will judge
and pick the three most meritorious
cartoons. The cartoons if chosen are
to become the exclusive property of
Mr. Lyndon, to be used by him for any
purpose which he may think-fit, but for
any used except for slides, he will pay
the artist $1 per cartoon.
Contributions wil be received at any
time before Friday morning at A. S.
Lyndon's office, 719 N. University.

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

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Oxford
330 S.
19 tf

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12tf

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FINE HAND WOKLiry
Senior Pctrefo

35 1310 S. State St.

Rosenberg drycleans sweaters. l2tf
Martin guitars and mandolins, best
on earth, on sale at Schaeberle &
Son's Music House. 29tf
Sweaters cut cver at the Palais
Royal, 209 E. Liberty. 1-tf
Shoe repairing, laces andl polish for
sale. J. II. Lambert, 613 E. William St.
3 eod tf
Old Custom Bids Adieu.
Sorority girls at Nebraska are to
cease the practice of "tubbing" fresh-
men, because of faculty "discourage-
mnent."
Rosenberg presses suits--25 cents.
l2tf
G~ross to Lecture Tonight.
A free lecture on Christian Science
will be given by Willis F. Gross, .S
B., in the University School of music,
tonight at 8 o'clock. Mr. Gross is a
member of the Board of Lectureship of
the Mother Church in :Boston.
Alut 'Nu Initiates TwlvecMen.
Alphia Nu held its annual fall initia-
tion last night. Twelve men were ad-
mitted to the literary society.

Up ai , ,_ } C . . , RA'''

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Huntington
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Studio

have the acme of bigr city art in tRii he o.
Saturday go in acid lock at WalterJ.ctn'wok
78 Washington Ave.

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s4188 hedHALLE IS Es1858
- atermazri's Ideal, Coni kiln iSelf
Foun~tain rerns]Fltrig, Moore'saNMraLoakabie
AlIarm Clocks 7Esr Rep eaters. Alarmrs anid
See ouir large line of MICHIGAN JEWELRY and NOV ELTIES
Finest Jewelry and Watch Repairing
Haller's Jewelry Shore
216 S. Mai St. Boll Phone 53416

GRANGE R'S Shol
Classes for ladl;ies a7d(-,1le 1 2C(lJoidnPu now.enng,
For Iparticultir,; ca 1 t, Academy246 2

M~onday
Tuesday
Wednesday

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flhlllfl College MiChigan Pins, Fobs and Fraternity
A."lLU Jewelry. Big Ben alarms $2.50 Arnold
RN L *JewCee alarms $1.00
220 S. Main St. Your PatronagJe is Well Cared for Hiere

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special E~gictT-,aflU ~mta

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EJniversitv lutcios
Press Building, Maynard St. Next door to University School of Music

5 o'clock Tea, Toasters Egg Boiler,
Hors-D'oeuvre Dishies, Fruit and
Bread Basket.. All finishes to be
found at
SCHUMACGHER Hadware
308-310-312 S. Main Phone .175 175 Red

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SHARP AND TUyREK-
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Thle Home of .Music -For the College Student
The New Song
J. F'red Lawtom Earl V. Moore
Now Ready

SILK NECK WEAR

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Fownes Gloves

Lucas and Kennedy Gloves

Exir Adde A- ste

342 South State Street

Exclusive
Motion
Pictures
Remember !

MatineeThikivl D

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Call and inspect our lines of Full Dress AccessoriesI
.Soft and Plaited Bosom. Shirts, Stiff and Soft HatsI

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