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October 18, 1911 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1911-10-18

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THE MIC'HIGAN fDAILY

CR AVAT S
room for the exercise of good
selecting from our stock of
Cravats. Stripes, bars, color
ions, changeable effects or plain,
as you p refer. All tubular.
unlined and pin-proof.
Gross, 1 23 E. Liberty St.'

SE9 THE
G ('C SCHMIDI
.haffing Dishes
2035. Main.
Stationery
d and EImbossed
late, Script . . $1.25
be, Roman ... 2.00
tie, Old English 2.00
te, Roman Shaded .. 3.00
tie, Old English Shrded. 3.00
from plate . . . .75;
Ming Cards,
~cption Cards, Wedding' Invitations,
Announcements, Etc.'
ttle & S ceairer Co.
PRINTERS BINDERS
Bell Phone 1404

UNIERSTYNOTICES
All S.' L. A. ticket sellers 'who did
not report at Treasurer's request yes-
terday be sure to do so with money' to-
day 4 to 5:30.
Meeting" of tryouts for editorial staff
of 1912 Michiganensian at 7:15 tonight,
Michiganensian office.
Senior engineer football practice to-
day at 4 p. 'in. South Ferry field.,> All;
men unable to report at 4 must report
at gym at 7:15 for examination and
election. of captain.
Junior lit football practice today; at
3 o'clock at South Ferry field. First
game Monday.
The former students of the Ferris
Institute 'will meet Thursday at 7 p. m.
at 444 S.'State St.
The Commerce Club will meet this
vening at 7:30 in the Economics' build-
ing.
Junior lit class meeting announced
for Friday has been called off. Watch
the Daily, and class posters for fur-
ther plans..
The balance of the tick~ets left for
Dr. Warthin's lecture tonight can be'
secured by- first year men and others
who have not heard the lecture. The'
lecture commences at 7:15 sharp.
Forestry Club meeting, at 7 o'clock'
tonight, room 401, N. W. Prof. Roth'
speaks.
General: meeting Deutscher Verein
Wednesday, 7:30 p. mn.
All candidates for soph engineer
football'team report for practice Wed-
nesday at 3:30 p. in. South Ferry field.
Physical examination Wednesday, 7 p.'
m. sharp, at gym.' Importantl Only
those who report for examination at
time stated above are eligible for team.
All soph lit football candidates out
today at S. Ferry field at 3:30.
Junior engineer football practice
this afternoon at 3:30 in vacant lot
east of South Ferry{ field and every
afternoon thereafter in South Ferry
field.
Tryouts for Michigan 'Union Opera in
Sphinx rooms, Press Building, Thurs-
day. Vocal tryouts at 4:15 p." m. Chor-
us tryouts at 7:15. All must bring el-
igibility cards.

CLASSIFIED ADS.
Advertising matters for this
classified column must always
be paid for in advance, and may
be, left at the DAILY office op.
posite the M~aestic between the
hours of 12 noon and 10 p. in.,
or at Quarry's Drug Store, N.
University and State, at any
time up to 9:30 p. Mn.
These Ads bring Results.

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FOR RENT.
For Rent-Two excellent rooms at a
bargain. Two blocks from campus.
Board for roomers only, $3.00. 432
Thompson St.. 12-13
LOST.
Lost-Waterman self-filling fountain'
pen last Saturday on campus near
Engineering building or on College,
S..12th or Hill Sts. Reward. 885-J.
1218 Washtenaw Ave. 13-14
Lost- Yesterday between U. Hall and
Calkin's, 4 glasses jelly, 2 jars of
pickles, and 2 cans of conserve. Find-
er please phone H. S. C. 1649-J. Rey-
ward will be forthcoming. 13
WANTED.
Wanted-Roommate; one to help care
for furnace for rent of room. In-
quire 714 Monroe, 1073-L.
For Sale-Two Gadski tickets, Re-
served seats. Phone 937.1
W'anted--Young lady to represent us
at the University of Michigan. We
have an attractive salary and comn-
missioni offer for the right party.
Apply direct to S. Lieberman & Co.,
Tailor Made Dresses, 507 W. Jack-
son Blvd., Chicago, Ill., or to the
Business Manager of The Michigan
Daily. tf
FOUND
Found--A set of surgical instruments
in medical lecture room' Monday ev-
ening. Owner may have same by
calling at 418 Kingsley St.
Shoes repaired while you wait. An-
dres, 222. So. State "St. 3tf
.Sweaters- cut over at the Palals
Royal, 209 E. Liberty. 1-tf
Get your tickets now. 3 for $1 for
shampoo, facial and scalp massage.
Just for one week beginning Monday.
Mrs. R. J. Trojanowski, 1110 South
University. 11-17
M AJESTI C
--TONIGHT - -
ktMAXIM MODELS
CELLI OPERA CO.
Now Show Entirely Thursday
Coming Next Weak
Arizona Joe,
Wild Wiest
t Cowboys--Bucking Broncos

People

who

PURE WOOLEN' FABRIC
AND HAND MADE GARMENTS
The clothes of wide-awake gentlemenL at mT
prices.
We know that your visit to our store will be mutually profit

;We have to be wide
wake!i
Dare not offer freaks
old-fogy styles.
For our chief basin(
is selling men's and bol
clothes, to par tic u 1
people.

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HEN(RY

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Designers of Men's Clothes, will give you the Latest
in
NIngIJSK Cuts
HmENRY &CO.* 711 N, UNIVEI

AUTO LIVERY
BELL PHONE 1101.

5 and 7
Prices
HOMEB PHONE 4
206, West Hiur

Ann Arbor Garage,

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It's.

GRAGRSSchool of Da~
Opens October 10th. Classes fdr Ladies and Gentlemen Tuesday
day evenings, 7:00 to 8:00. For particulars call at Academy or
Phoft 246 office Hovirs 10-12 A. M.,

$85000

us $75,000

Important,
An acquaintance with our
store will help you in many
ways
Physically and
rlentally
We anticipate your needs at
our corner store.
Quarry Drug lCo.

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Full line of electrical supplies at
Killins' State Street Hardware. New
Mazda Lamps, wire, shades, etc.
12-13-14

Rosenberg presses suits--25
Rosenberg calls and delivers.

cents.
l2tt

)CK, P'res.; W. D.
3. Fritz, Cashier
anics Bank
lain St.
nd Profits $108,000

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Oldest Bank in Michigan
Established 1849

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_ Watoarxarz'sm Ideal, Cosiklin Self
-en jillrz j, Moo re"s NOMn Leakable
oCk+s nig ~ln. ,Rea : -.. Alarnma zd
ne of MICHIGAN JEWELRY and NOVELTIES
nest Jewelry and Watch Repairing
ler's Jewelry Store
:. ZBell, Phone 334 1L

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LAWS!I!!
Let us typewrite your Conveyancing
and Practice Court Work. .McNitt &
Lewis, 302 S. State.
9tf
j L, Go SMITH
& BRO
Typewriter
BaI-Barng-long, Weating
You'll need a Tyepwriter later. Get
the best now and have it's use while in
college Ask us to show you
FUELBER & ZEWADSKI
310 S. State St. Up Stairs

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COMMERCIAL
AND SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
SOLICITED
If not convenient to call at tihe Bank
we will promptly mail -information
on BANKING BY MAIL, on request.

DIRECTORS
George Hendrie D. C. Delamater
C. A. Dean Phillip ii.flcMillenl
E.A.Cha potofl,M.D. Strathearni lendrie
Sidney T. Miller John M. Dwyer
Arthur M. Parker Paul P. 'Bagley

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COlleg 1Michigan Pins, Fobs and Fraternity
J ewe erjewelry. Big Ben alarms $2.50 Arnold
Jew ieralarms $1.0
Your Patronage is, Well Cared far Here

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S. Main St.

Frralternity Managers
We handle every article in the
Hardware, Heatin, and Pfu~mbing Lines
R&SAn~a and Cookinj Utensils a specialty
Phone us your order

rtiverst~Lbsc1o
Building Maynard St. Next door to University School of Music

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Schumacher 'Hardware
308-310-35 So'asth Main

Company

MACK'S
TE~A ROOM
The proper 1)lace to take you~r lady
friend
The best place in town for
Dinners, Lnnches or Refresh-
ments. Combines seclusion with
culinary prefection.. Rest room
in connection. Service a la carte.
Open from 8 A. M.. to 5 P nStrasti P. M.,
Orchestra Saurdays--noon
and eveniags
SECOND FLOOR
MAC-K & CO.
MAIN ST.

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Sund ay E

the ilome of MAusic-For the. College ,Sudent
Watch for the New Song
"6VAR*SITY"9
On Sale Saturday, October 21st.

FLANNEL SIRT
Imported and Domestic Cloths-Priced from $1.50 to $4.00
The entire line is open for6 your inspection, even though you do not wish to purchase at the
present time.

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MICHIGAN CENTF

October 22, V'
Returning Same Day

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EXCLUSIVE AGENCY
Gibson Minndollns end Gulta rs

TINKER &COMPANY'
Furnishers and Hattes to University Men
COR S. STATE and WILLIAMS STS.
WATCH OUR WINDOWS FOR NEW IDEAS

SUBSCRIBE NOW,

DETROIT 60

Trains leave 6:51 a. in., and 9:30 a. r
accepted in coaches only. flagaa,
be checked on these tickets.

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Clothes for CollegeMen

at

Allen's Good Cltes Store,

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