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October 04, 1911 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1911-10-04

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THE MICHIGAlN DAILY

Men.

you a power of good in the
1 and Winter ounfitting.

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ag your suit,
"just right"
prices, we're

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1, Procure
caf Note Books
Paper supplied in every ruling.
Note Our Prices

SIZE
6 x 3%
8/ x 6
8/ x 8
[0 x 8
Li1 x8
1 x 8%
5 x8
6I x 9

SIDE OPENING
LEATHER CANVAS
$.80 $ 50
1.35 .75
.51
1.65 .85
END OPENING
.95 .50
1.25 .60
WHY PAY MORE?

CLOTH
$ .30
.3
.36
.50
.45
.30
.30

INDICATIONS POINT TO
SEASON OF VICTORIES.
(Continued from page 3)
Craig the Fastest on the Squad.
"Jimmy" Craig has been running
the first team at the quarterback job
and is getting his part down fine. He.
is the fastest man on the squad this
year, having won the annual races
that marked the closing day at the
lake; and the only bridge that he
has to pass now is that all-important
test of an actual game. There he
will have a chance to show if he has
the head-piece to hold down the job.
Pickard is in the fight for the place,
and is in better shape than he was
last fall. Hubel has also been given
several chances to make good; and
if he can handle the team he will be
a valuable man, as he is still remem-
bered for the wonderful form he dis-
played on the All-Fresh two years
ago when goals from the 40-yard line
proved easy for him.,
Thomson Is there with the Punts.
Thomson is getting better direction
on his punts and is in much better
condition than at the same time last
year. He is working much harder
and looks like the best bet for the
fullback job. Meek is punting as
far or farther than "Bottles-;" but
he gets neither the direction nor the
height so well as does the older man.
Carpel has been playing very regular-
ly at right half and Torbet at left, but
the last few practices at the lake were
marked by the shifting of Wenner
into the fight. He 'has been tried at
both sides of Thomson, and he surely
is fast.
Herrington was in bad shape at
the lake; but he astonished the fans
and also the coach Saturday when he
drop-kicked out on Ferry field from
every conceivable angle with remark-
able accuracy, though he had done no
drop-kicking whatever at the lake.
He joined the squad late, and is still
a bit rusty on the signals. Roblee, a
big husky man who was'on the Re-
serves two seasons ago, is going to
make an awful fight for a tackle
job. He is also a abit soft, but this
kind lof weather will harden him up
rapidly and he will bear watching.
Otis is out on the squad and has been
playing center on the second eleven.
He is in good, condition, is passing
well, and .has a good knowledge of
the game. He is charging better than
ever, and really looks good for a Var-
sity job if he will "fight 'em, you
know.". t
STUDENTS COME FROM AFAR
TO ATTEND SUMMER SESSION
(Continued from page 3)
C. 'F.Hodge, of Clark University, the
exponent of the "Swat that Fly"
movement, was secured to deliver an
extra number, "The Typhoid Fly."
The Ben Greet players gave three
performances.
Referring to the Wolverine, the offi-
cial publication which replaces The
Michigan Daily during the summer
months, Prof. Kraus said, "The Wol-
verine, under an able management,
demonstrated to all possible sceptics,
that it was no longer an experiment.
It was a big success!"
BESIMER'S GRILL - Charcoal
Grilled Porterhouse Steaks, 113 W.
Huron St.. Upstairs, opposite Inter-
urban Station. 1-24 eod

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CLASSIFIED ADS.
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Wanted-Good Baritone or Bass solo-
ist for church work. Paid position.
Inquire 312 S. Division, Bell Phone
1076-J. 1-2-3
Lost-An Alpha Tau Omega fraternity
pln- Finder please return 1023 Oak-
land or notify 906 Bell. Reward.
1-2
Lost-Conklin self-filling fountain
pen. Return to 215 N. Division and
receive reward.
1-2-3
For Rent-Two suites and one single
room. 220 S. Ingalls. 1-2-3
For Sale-Bargain in second hand
typewriter. Inquire at Skinner's,
306 S. State St. 1
For Sale- One good second hand
typewriter cheap. Call 825-L or in-
spire at 317 E. Jefferson St. 1tf
For Sale-An 18 ft. mahogany finished,
best- model "Old Town Canoe," half
share. Rent and locker paid until
May. $25.00. H. S. H. Phone 319.
Headquarters for Gas, Electric
Lamps and Alarm Clocks at State
Street Hardware eod tf
Engineers' Supplies a specialty at
Wahr's University Book Store.
1-3
Classes in Shorthand and Typewrit-
ing. Typewriting begins Monday, Oct.
9th at School of Shorthand, 711 N.
Univ. Ave.1
Important Notice.
Fountain pens at cost. I feel my-
self very lucky in being able to secure
once more Salz Bros. Fountain Pen
demonstration sale, as it gives us the
opportunity of offering the student
body pens at half price. This sale
lasts one week, commencing today.
Written guarantee with each pen, and
each pen is a 14 kt. solid gold. $2.00
pens at 90c, $3.00 pens at $1.50, $4.00
pens at $2.00, $5.00 pens at $2.50 J.
L. Skinner's, 306 State Street.
1
A Word to the Wise.
I want every student who contem-
plates buying a fountain pen to see
the pens I am selling at half proe.
Every pen guaranteed 14- kt., solid
gold. $2.00 pens at 90c, $3.00 pens at
$1.50, $4.00 pens at $2.00, 5.00 pens at
$2.50. J. L. Skinner, 306 State St.
1
Pens at Half Price.
Five days' sale demonstration sale
at Skinner's. $2.00 pens at 90c,
$3.00 pens at $1.A0, $4.00 pens at $2.00,
$5.00 pens at $2.50. See window.
- 1
Don't
pay a big price for a fountain pen.
Take advantage of Salz Bros. demon-
stration sale. Pens at half price.
Skinner's. See window.
1
TTypewriting-Careful and prompt
work assured. McNitt & Lweis, 302
S. State St. 1244-J.
A Fair Warning.
Two fountain pens at the price of
one.wStudents who use two different
colors of ink, don't fail to take ad-
vantage of Salz pen sale at Skinner's.
1

In purest silk-solid colors-or fancy figured and neat s
The "little things" do count. Just the right shade hos
ry or plain black.
A wide variety of the novelties-or the plain staple col
qualities.
A little target practice in shirts.
Take a shot at the surpassing qualities of ours. They
mark.
The new ones for Winter.
A Winter Suit! A Winter Overcoat! For men.
J* FWu ert
Ann Arbor
Callaghan Q Com,
340 S. State St. Opposite Law Sv
LawBO kI
New and Second-Hand
Old Books-Taken Fin Exchange-N.
Callaghan L Com
Opposite Door of Law ]Ridg.-Next to

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The new
tiful-

Schairer, Stationers, Printers, Binders
Bell Phone 1404
harmacy, i219 S. Univ. Ave.; C. P. Bancroft, 722
d St.; Ramond S. Van Doren, 703 Packard St.

Harry

LeoG:1

Wishes to advise the U. of M. students tl
secured his complete stock of F4ll and1 4iter

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nmpg

tant

5C Lafayedte Ave.

. acquaintance with our
re will help you in many
ys
hysically and

-entally
anticipate your
corner store.

GRANGER'S School of D44
Opens October 10th. Classes for Ladies and Gentlemen Tuesda
day evenings, 7:00 to 8:00. For particulars call at Academy or
Phone 246 Office Houw 10-12 A. M.
AUTO'IVRYV5 and 7 Pass
A T LIVL..RYI Prices Rea
BELL PHONE 1101 HO1B PHONE 452-1
Ann Arbor Garage, 206 West Huron

needs at

Quarry Drxsg Co.

LER'S 8sa
Waterman's ideal, Conklin Self
Filling, Moore's Non Leakable
31g Den. Repeaters, AlarMn and
wovelty Alarms
IGAN JEWELRY and NOVELTIES
and Watch Repairing
Fewelry Store
'.11 Phone 534 L

Calkin's Phari

We expect to get your trade by dese
it. It is worth your while to know
store and what it has to offer. Here
few specials to tempt you this week.

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Michigan Pins, Fobs and Fraternity
Jewelry. Big Ben alarms $2.50 Arnold
alarms $1.00
Your Patronage is Wel Cared for Here

III F'raternity Managoers

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rd St. Next door to University School of Music

We handle every article in the
Hardware,'Heatingauid P lrnbing Lines
Ranos and Cooking Vensils a speoalty
Phone us your order

Tooth Paste Free
a full size tube with every 25c
tooth brush selected from our
stock.
A Comb Free
with every hair brush sold this
week at the reguar price of the
brush.
Colgates Comforts
Shaving Stick or Tooth Paste 25c
Talcum Powder...........20c
Colio Soap.. .............15c
6oc
All for .50c

Park

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Theemost
you ever ta
Sod a pounc

Station

Schumacher Hardware
508-510-512 Sousth Main

Company

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Our doll,
like a high
one. Also
Moon's

ttusic-For the Coltege $tudent

0 Stock of

Freshmen

Caps

-Always the latest i.
Md Operwihfc Hts

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TINKER 0. COMPANY
COR. S. STATE anid WILLIAMS STS.
]XCLUSIVE
Haberdashers and Hatters
To Untworsity M~os

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Dick's Cold Tablets will keep ti

E. E. Calk,

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a.nd dQuite rs

324 S.

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