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October 25, 1911 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1911-10-25

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY --

One Dollar

Shirts

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We offer unusual values in
our line of dollar Shirts./
Look where you will, you can't
match these shirts elsewhere
at the price.
We're bound to have the best
Dollar Shirt on the market
and we've got them.
New Fall Patterns, Cufls
attached, coat style.

SENATE ENTERTAINS NEW * * * * * * * , * * *
MEMBERS OF FACULTY' * CLASSIFIED ADS.
* Advertising matter for this *
The new members of the several fac- * classified column must always *
ulties will be entertained tonight at the beJy palid for in advance, and may *
annul rcepiongivn b th Unve * be left at the DAILY office op.
ant na teeption givl e yhed nivr- * posite the M~ajestic between the *
sit Seat, wichwil b hed n Br-* hours of 12 noon and 10 p. mn.,
bour gymnasium. The guests will be * or at Quarry's Drug Store, N. *
received by the President and deans * University and State, at any*
and their wives and also by the 34 * time uap to 9:30 P. In.-
* These Ads bring Results.
men whose connection with the faculty **** *** *****
of the university will date from this
year. FOR RENT.
About 400 guests have been invited,
including the regents and their wives, ( For Rent-Three room flat for house-
the ex-regents and the members of the ! keeping, at 426 Maynard. Price $12
faculties. Most of the regents are ex-! per month. Enquire at house.
pected to be present as the regular 18-19-20-21-22
meeting of the board occurs tomorrow. FUD
There will dancing and refreshments FUD
after the formal reception. Founid-A jeweled fraternity pin with
Professor Hobbs of the geology de- initials G. B. C. engraved. Call at
partment and a committee of ten have Dalofieornomto.18&9
had the reception in charge.Dayofieornomto.18&9

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WTe have to be wid
wake !
Dare not offer freak;
old-fogy styles.
For our chief busi
is selling men's -Ani b(
clothes, to p a ., c u
people.

People

who

CLOTHING
fURNISHINGS
IiKCR.BTY51
ANN ARBOR
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PURE WOOLEN FABRICS
AND HAND MADE GARMENTS
The clothes of wide-awake gentlemen at moc
prices.
We know that your visit to our store will be mutually profitabl

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SEE THiE
EHLIG -M SCHMID

HA'R'D'W'Alt

205 S. Maim

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Social -Stationery
Engraved and Embossed

Graduates Are Married.
Word has been received of the mar-
riage of Miss Gladys Lewis, '11, and
Mr. Ben Eggeman, 109-'11 L. The
former° is a member of the Gamma Phi
Beta sorority while the latter is of
the Theta Delta Chi fraternity.
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
The Detroit Evening Journal Agent-
cy has been changed. All orders and
other business should now be sent to
Stofflett's News Stand, 110 E. Wash-
ington St., Phone 364. tf
Strictly all wool suits to measure
$15.00. Fit guaranteed. Varsity Tail-
oring Parlors, 336 S. State. Roy P.
Henry. tf
For a quiet afternoon or evening go
up the Huron. U. of M. BOAT LIV-
!R Y. 1-25

LOST.
Lost-Delta Phi jewelled pin. Finder
notify Davis 1722 J. Reward. 18-19
Lost-A Thiemn and Effinger French
Grammar. Call Spangle, 1765-L.
18 &819
Lost--Will the person who took a
cap and raincoat from the rack in
University library Monday night
please return it to clerk of library.
19
Lost-Will the person holding crava-
nette for Glem D. Angle during
Fresh-Soph rush at Ferry Field, re-
turn same to 715 S. Twelfth or phone
954-L Bell. 19'
Shoes repaired while you wait. An-

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uert.

COP. IBER;TY AND MAIN STREETUS
A most convenient place for your

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100 Cards and Plate, Script
100 Cards and late, Roman
10(0 Cards and Plate, Old English
100 Cards and Plate, Rioman Shaded
100 Cards and Plate, Old Wnglish Shrded
Printing 100 cards from plate

*$1.25
2.00
2.00
B.00
3.0
.75

banking. aah-e
AM& pr You'll need a Tyepwriter
C tt ngn fa e the best now and have it's u
college Ask us tc
Cora State aidMonroe
Block from Campus FEBR&ZW
Mrs. C. A. RANSOM 102 S. State St.,

-U of M" Stationery, Calling Cards,
Reception Cards, Wedding Invitations,
Announcements, Etc.
Mayer, Schoittle & Schairer Co.
STATIONERS PRINTERS BINDERS
112 So, Plain Street Bell Phone 1404

fres, 222 So. Mtate St.

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Sweaters cut over at the Palau
Royal, 209 E. Liberty. 1-ti

Rosenberg's, phone, Bell 266.
Rosenberg presses 'suits--25

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Rosenberg calls and delivers.

cents.
l2tf

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AUTO, LIVER~Y
BELL PHONE 1101
Ann Arbor Garage, 206

5 and 7 Passenl
Prices Rea.oi
HOM~E PHONE 452-Bla
West H uron

avings Bank1
IAR~BOR, MICH. .If 1

). Surplus $85000
rces $1,350,000

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LOVERS
of choice sponges' in
the bath
.Will Find
some fine ones in .the
stock just received.

Pianos to Rent. Terms reasonable
3chaeberle & Son, Music House, 110
S. 'Main St. . tf
:Rosenberg drycleans sweaters. l2tf

Rosenberg dryclean suits.

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The original hamburger will open
Monday and have a fresh lot of ham-
burgers. Watch for them at 603 E. Lib-
erty. Orders at ,40 cents or over will
be delivered promptly as usual from
5 p. m. until 2 a. m. Special atten-
tion to freshmen. Come and get ac-
quainted. 19 tf
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

GRANGEBR'S School of _Dan
Opens October 10th. Classes for Ladiy s ar d -Gk ntl me n Tuesday a
day evenings, 7:00 to 8:00 For particulars call at Aeaden, or
Phome -446 v Office Hour s 10-12 A. M., 2-
Colege La und

iArbor Say A Bank
Mock $300,000 Surplus $75,000
Resources $2,40,000
Banlking Business Transacted
Chas. EI. Hiscock, Pres.; W, . D
Vice Pres.: Mi. J. Fritz. (JasWer
The
c& Mechanics Bank
L-0:3-105 S. Main St.
00. Surplus and Profits $108,000

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Beauty
of form and quality-
Mandruka Forms
$2.00 to $4.00

Strictly all wool suits to measure
$15.00. :Fit guaranteed. Varsity Tail-
oring Parlors, 336 S. State. Roy P.
Henry. 4tf
40 -good pictures of the Fresh-Soph
rush.. Lyndon, 719 N. University. 17-22
BESIMER'S GRILL - Charcoal
Grilled Porterhouse Steaks, 113 W
Huron St.. Upstairs, opposite Inter-
urban Station. 1-24 eod
Shoe repairing, laces and polish for
sale. J. H.- Lambert, 613 E. William St.,
3 eod tf
IHave you seen those nobby Oxford
blues at Milward's? Tailor, 330 S.
State St.

FINE HIAND WORK

606 E. I

ableshed X Am'K ~ st.abli sd
1858 £A LLJAJ5 'dE . 1858 .
mritlix ensWateorn~atl'shdeal, Coxkltri Self
untin ensFuiiirit . M4ore s NOM Leakable
[ arm Clocks "I 'Sei. eve aers. Aarxs an d c
ee our large line of MICHIGAN JEWELRY and NW~ ELTIES
Finest Jewelry and Watch Repairing
Hailler's Jewelry Store
S. PlaIrn t., Boll Phone 5834 L

M AJ ESTIC
Today
A, Great Show
Wild West _ Show
Conies Tomorrow

of

Class Officers-Get your official
ballots printed in correct form
A. Press. We know how.

class
at A.
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Class officers-Get your official class
ballots printed in correct form at the
A. A. Press. We know how. 19

EXTRA= =-Souvenir Mat-
inee Sat. False Faces
Free to Everybody

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INOLDW
220 S. Main 'St.

College' Michigan Pins, Fobs and Fraternity
- jewelry. Big Ben alarms $2.50 Arnold
Jeweler alarms $1.00
)'ourc Pu t o oage is W ell Car-ed for Here

Chafing Dishes

u1niversit~ttntZic ibouseI
Press Building Maynard St. Next door to University School of Music

5 o'clock Tea, Coasters Egg Boller,
liors-D'oeuvre Dishes, Fruit and
Bread Basket. All finishes to hec
foudd at

The Rome of Music-For the College Student

SCHUMACHER Hardware
1308-310-312 S. Main Phone 175 375 Red
FLANNEL SHIRTS
Imported and Domestic Cloths- Priced from $1.50 to $4.00
The entire line is open for your inspection, even though you do not wish to p)urchase at tine

'*Th, ]Forest Ratnger "-Special -Hew-TIni
Ihisutrated by many beautiful colored sl le
For more than fifteen years it has been Mr. Garland's
to spend. his summers in tihe forest lands of the Rocky Moum
and this has enlbled him to follow closely the develiopmn
the fore:,t policies of Theolore Roosevelt and Gifford P1i
He has ridden with the rangers and with the cowboys and
men. He understands both sides of the controversy. I
address lie presents clearly tile duties, dangers, temptation
heroisms of the forest- rangers, and pictures the passing
old west--the West of *the lawless cowboy and the sh:
cattleman-and aligns himself on the side of "the new N.
the West of future. Tile lecture is non-partisan-a pictui
a plea-and is delivered without manuscript.

The New Song

"VARSITY"

J. irred Lawtom

]Carl V. Moore

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

Now Ready I

No .Forester should missthis -Lecture

Reservation-

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/gian Clothes for CollegeMen

at

Allen's Good CIL thes Store-

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