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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES

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CLASSIFIED ADS.*

You'll
itauy time c1 db)you a power of good in the
oilu ith your Fall and Winter ouwfitting.

-e interested in having your 'suit,
hat and toggery "just right"
paying extravagant prices, we're
at your service
ou'11 like our clothes, our prices and
iestly ask for your consideration.

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The- Commerce club will meet
in the Economics building, second
floor, at 7:30 p. mn. Tuesday evening.
All Michiganensian business 'candi-
dates. report at office, Press building,
11 a. m. Sunday.
Meeting of Oratorical board Monday
at 4:00, room, 405 N. W.
Meeting of; the Commerce Club
Tuesday evening in Room 201, Eco-
nomics building.
All '12 men with football ability
meet at south Ferry field Monday af-
ternoon. at 2:30. Further informa-
tion. will be given at that time. Man-
ager.
Meeting of Executive Committee of
musical clubs at union at 7 p. m. to-
morrow.
Gargoyle meeting 3,,p. m. today,
Ann Arbor. Press Building. Every one
who can write or draw come.
All junior lit football candidates re-
port for practice; tomorrow at Ferry
Field at 4 o'clock.
A tag day campaign for members
will be conducted tomorrow by a score
of workers for the Women's League.
It is the hope of the committee to tag
every woman on the campus' who has
not yet joined' the League.

V. GrossI
E. Liberty, Corner 4th.1
TRY
LIG (Q SCU.MID
rdwsi.re 20358. Mek.10 St.
LDENTS, Procuxre
Loose Leaf Note Books
nient, Economical. Paper supplied in every ruling.

Los tFiday a. in. on Campus between
West Hall and Alpha Phi House,',
A Conklin self-filling pen. Reward.:
Phone 1315-L. 4-5 f
Lost-A plain gold bar baby pin with
intertwined initials F. A. L. Return
to U. of M. library. 5
Lost--Between 818 Packard and Hotel
Whitney, letter containing transpor-r
tation available only for loser, also
pad containing notes. Claim reward
at 818 Packard. 5
Wanted-Young Lady to represent us1
at the Uiversity of Michigan. Ap~
ply either direct to us or care of the'
Michigan Daily. S. LIEBE~ltANid
& Co., Tailor Made Dresses, 507 IV.r
Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, Ill.
4&5
For Rent--Large pleasant suite of u
rooms two blocks from campus. All
conveniences, $4.00. . 607 East Liber-
ty Street. 4 & 5
For Sale--A high grade mandolin with
new leather case. 1020 S. Universi-
ty, phone= 904-J. 5-6-7-8
Kollauf cuts and makes clothes for
the college men. Old Post Office Bldg.
Main and Ann Sts. Stf
F~or a quiet afternoon o'r- evening go
up the Huron. U. of M. BOAT LIV-
ERY. 1-25
RANI RAH! R~ti!
Salz pen sale a howling success.
Don't delay. Monday is your last
chance. J. L. Skinner, 306 State St.
Pianos to Rent. Terms reasonable.
Schaeberle & Son, Music House, 110
S." Main St. tf.
DON'T
pay a big price for a fountain pen.±
Glet a Salz direct from manufacturers
prices. SSale ends tomorrow. J. L.'
Skinner, 306 State St.
We set glass. Major & Co. Both
'Phones. ti 1
Shoe repairing, laces and polish for
sale. J. H. L~ambert, 613 E. William St.
3 eod tf
Shoes repaired while you wait.. An-
dres, 222 So. State St. 3tf

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MONDAY.
Is your last chance to buy
facturer's prices. Fountain
ends Monday. J. L. Skinner,
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pen sale
306 'State
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Note Our Pricos
BIDE OPENING
17.E LEATHER~ CANVAS
X 8 % .80 $ 50
X8 1.35 .75
Xc8 i0 .80
x 8V2 1.65 .85
E1ND OPENING
X8 .95 .50
x9y 1,25 .60
WHY PAY MORE?

CLOTH
$ .30
.35
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.45
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CITY ORDINANCES.f

chairer, Stationers, Printers, Binders
Bell Phone 1404
rmacy, 1219 S. Univ. Ave.; C. P. Bancroft, 722I
.; Rainond S. Van Doren, 703 Packard St.

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$85000 important
:n cqiai ,t i ce with our
or e w:11 help you in many
~ayS
.r... Physically and
Illentally
We anticipate your needs at
our corner store.

The following notes from a few: of
the city ordinances may save some
trouble.
Riding bicycle on sidewalk;. Coast-
ing on sidewalk; Playing base ball; or
foot--ball in. the streets; Posting bills
or notices on. sidewalks, trees, tele-
phone or telegraph poles; Walking ;on
lawns or lawn-extensions; Loitering;
Discharging firearms witiin the city'
limits; Burning leaves on paved
streets; Burning leaves or starting a
fire in streets to burn up rubbish of
any kind before sunrise and after =12
o'clock noon; The running at large
of dogs, prohibited. Especial atten-
tion is called to the traffic ordinances
regulating the~ driving of Autom~obiles
and other vehicles. A few of the
points are: Time ,limit within the
business district 10 miles, and other
districts within the city limits 15 mil-,
es per hour; Do not drive through a
procession; Keep at least six feet
from street car taking on or discharg-
ing passengers; Keep to left ° when,
overtaking another vehicle; Going in
opposite directions vehicles pass each
other on the right; Keep on the right;
Always stop with right side to the
curb; Vehicles turning to the left into
another street shall pass to the right
of and beyond-the center of the street
before turning; All vehicles standing
at curb shall move at request of po-
lice officer; All automobiles shall car-
ry the proper number of lamps and
display the number and kind of lights
required by the state law; The po-
lice department have all powers and
duties in relation to the management
Fof the vehicular traffic.
THEODORE APPEL.
Chief of Police.
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The STUD.NTS_° CTREI
wHi present dnie i.mbe;s1thisyear.
secured and -0then1T h hr ig.arar-
class attracti.V W >t preset
Oratorical CeiltvA4
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V arsity Tailoring Parlors, 336
State St.,, Agency for Ed. Strauss
Enough said.

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$108S,000 11mm

Wterrm-an'. Ideal, Coraklim Self
Dris Filigi, MAOre's Nom 160eaablem
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M1ICHIGAN JEWELRY and NOVELTIES
ewelry and Watch Repairing
.'s Jewelry Store
Sell Phone 334La

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LAST. CALL.
Salz pen sale ends tomorrow, your
last. chance to get a pen at manufact-
turers' cost, 3. L. Skinner. 306 State
St. 5
CENTER RUSH.
for Salz pen-look out; get that pen
early. Sale ends Monday. $2.00 pens
90c, $3.00 pens at $1.50, $6.00 pens at
$2.50.
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SENIOR LAWS!
Let us typewrite your Practice Court
Work. McNitt & Lewis, Law Type-
writers, 302 S. State.

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flCollege .Michigan Pins, Fobs and Fraternity
Dmu- Jewelry. Big Ben alarms $1.50 Arnold'
.u Jeweaer aarm $1.00
nSt Yaur Patronage is Well Cared for :Here
ev~it mflusic 1Ibouse60I
ig Maynard St. Next door to University School of Music

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F-urater nity M anfagers
We handle every article in the
Hardwar.,lI atix, ri Pumi"g ire
Manses and Cooking Utensils a specialty
Phone us your order

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Schunmacher Hardware
30S-5lO0-al3 so zth Madan

Conpany

The Homde of Music-For the College Student

Choice Stock of

&sic Music-Always the latest in
Popuslo.r and Opere+.tlc Hts
EX- LUSIVIE AGENCY
bsorx Manidolins ejnd O lto rs

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*"FLANNEL SHIRTS
ImPorted and .Domestic Cloths-FPriced from $1.50 to $4. 00
The entire line is open for your inspection,. even though you do not wish to purchase at the
present time.
TINKER.& COMPANY
Furnishers andflatters to University Men
C0OP. S. STATE and WILLIAMS STS.
WATCH OUR WINDOWS' FOR NEW IDEAS

Sheehan & Co.=-Statioincry.
J. Karl Malcolm-Tailo r.
Tuttle & Co.-ILnnchecs, Cal dies and Tl o-
bacco.
Tlinker & o- ~r:.1cs
Old Town C ano~e An

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CAM PULS S'rot{ES'

IYom Covell-Shoe

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Ati i~~air &Co.-
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tic Goods.

Allcnel Hotel.
Allen & Co.- lhdies

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