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4PTHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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We are again receiving

ac Diariilds
CHOCOLATES

F1ormerly Martha 11at4hifnutt

Fresh every Wednesday and
Friday

Y. IV. C. A. CLASSES BEGAN
YESTERDAY AFTERNOON.
Classes in the courses which are to
be given in Newberry hall this semnes-
ter by the Y. W. C. A. were opened-
yesterday afternoon. About 150 worn-
en have entered in the various sec-
tions and it is expected that the roll
will reach the 200 mark. The courses
are open to all university women.
Most of them are series' of "lectures
on various foreign countries and are
given by ladies who have spent con-
siderable time in the countries. In
addition there-are lectures on. religion
and social problems.
The time of the sections has been
arranged son that there will be no con-
flict with other meetings of the asso-
ciation and also to give everyone an
odpportunity to attend at least one of
t he classes.
The schedule of the course follows:
Wed. 5-6. India-Mrs. Samuelson.
Wed. 4-5. Our Arabian ,Sisters-Dr.
IFrenelh. Sun. 9x:830. The Awakening of
China-M1Vrs. Dr. Headland. Mon. 4-5.
t Challenge of the Country-Miss Buell.
Thurs. _7-8. South America-Kathar-
ine King. Mon. 4-5. Challenge of the
City-Mrs. Lindquist. Sun. 9:15. Com-
parative Religions-Mrs. Tinker.

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CLASSIFIED ADS.
Advertising matter for this
classified column must always
be paid for in advance, and may
be left at the DAILY office op-
posite the Majestic between the
hours of 12 noon. and 10 p.:in.,
or at Quarry's Drug Store, N.
University and State, at any
time uip to 9:30 p. M.
These Ads bring' Results.
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also cary a full line of

and Johnston's

Nome Made Chocolate
FRESH EVERY DAY

Creams

il parts of the city

f ~FOR RENT.,
For Rent--Three room_ flat for house-
keeping, at 426 Maynard. Price $12,
per month. Enquire at house..
18-19-20-21-22
FOR SALE
For Sale-Ten volumes (complete set)
"Messages and Papers of the Pres-
idents," good as new, at a bargain.
Call at Daily office, or J. T. Sprad-
ling, 414 E. William St. 20 & 22
LOST.
Lost-Note book, Criminal Law. Find-
er phone or return to owner. Ar-
thur Buckner, 223 S. Ingalls, Bell
Phone 69-J. 20
WANTED.
Wanted-Private lessons in dancing
wanted by a beginner. Address, R.
T. Norman, City. 20-21-22-23
Shoes repaired while youi wait. An-,
fres, 222 So. State St. Stf

4.0 SPA i DJNG & BIROS
The Spalding Tradek are the argestmauM r f c es in eNvo -
iOI of OFFICIAL EQUIP-
,p q g MENT,foraIlathletic
TRAE0 sports and past imes. i
If ! )u are mi c rested1
LDI ') -ilfl. 011etic SI)OHt130~
MARK should have aC opy of
3% toq~ue. It's a conliete
iknwthogotelccoeiofthe world as aO What's New in Sport
Gtuaro.xte,. of cent fs sent free oa~ re-
Qvma.liv y quest.
A. G..SPAR DING (Cam BRO S.
254 Woodward Ave. Detroit l i
TheVarsity
TOGERY
1107 S. University
Avenue
Announees the arr ival rf a fall
link of +Gent's Fumil--iris in the
new Fall I ty les.
Pleasure to Show t'lerchandise
Our Fdall Styles in Flats and Cal s
are sImply garea*.
E. J. Lohr, Manager

W hi
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Scrap-Boy
(at L;
Beautifl
Weightb
20c each,
with any5
A New oneE
25 weelks, a:l
wsood one.7
beautalul Jrt
UNIVER!
You can buy
tanres, Scrap-
Photo Suppl
other thing

PAxR r 3 270

LYI
719 D

[CEMENT

GO to

field & Co .ls

rin~g Servie to be had Amywuhere.
s Clothes we acknow ledge no
ur superiority in every instance.

d1& Companyj
Whenl
All Others' Fall Buy

Makes University a' Subject
The University of Michigan has
)eon the subject of a series of three,
articles by Arthur M. Evans' in the
Chicago-Record Herald. The accounts
::ell of the growth of the univer .ty,
various phases of university life, and
the athletic situation with reference,
t~o the western conference.
j s]GLISH 1PUMP IS TESTED
IN HYDRAULIC LABORATORY
Tests were recently made of .an En-
, fish pump, manufactured by the Rees
Zloturbo manufacturing com )any of
iWolverhamnpton, England, in the hy-
lraulic laboratory of the mechanical
nineering department. The pum~p
was sent to the university by a prom-
inent Michigan firm that' contemplates
t.aking up the 'manufacturing of this
type of pump' in America. Four of
I he company's engineers and two well-
mnown engineers of Detroit witnessed
~he tests.
Strictly all wool suits to measure
?15.00. :Fit guaranteed. Varsity Tail-
-)ring Parlors, 336 S. State. Roy P.
Henry. 4tf
40 good pictures of the Fresh-Soph
rush. Lyndon, 719 N. University. 17-22
Have you seen those nobby Oxford
blues at Milward's? Tailor, 330 S.
State St.
Royal Tailors at 215 South Main.
l2eod tf
Patronize the new print shop, Davis
,md Ohlinger, Job Printers, 109 E.
Washington Street. Bell Phonle. 432-J.
18 eod tf
Royal Tailors at 215 South Main.
12 eod tf

Clevr

Royal, 209 E. Liberty.
Rosenberg calls and delivers.

Palals
1-tf,

For the Cashing, Daring

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All he latest popular song hits at.
Grinnell; Bros.- Music House at Ten
cents per copy. A complete stock of
the latest Opera hits at populiar prices
also. Everythinig in college songs and
ollections. 18 tf
Fresh Laws Notice;
Meet at 12:05 Thursday, front of
Law Building for big class picture.
Lyndon, Photographer. 20
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
The Detroit Evening Journal Agen.-
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. if
Strictly all wool; suits to measure
$15.00. Fit guaranteed. Varsity Tail-
oring Parlors, 336 .5. State. Roy P.
Henry. t f
F'or a quiet afternoon or evening go'
ur the Huron. U. of M. BOAT LIV-
ERi Y. 1-25

Come into the Store today and g
of the swellest line of college togs y+
eyes on.
The real leaders among the w
young fellows of this town all wear
WADHAMS & CO, CLEVER SU
Overcoats, Hats ane
Redmnan C~ollars Holeproot Hosiery Spalding Sweat
Barker 'Collars 'interwoven Hosiery and Jerseys

b ,II wsh~m

SCHAFFNER
MARX

WOOL CLOTHES HERE

121.1235S. Main St.

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217 Sty. Main
uits and Overcoa's $15.00 up

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

ltitf.

rlLroo

cents.I
l2tf

LET

T RU BE
Furnish the Ice Cream for
Your Party
1 Cater To Clubs and
Frats

Pianos to Rent. Terms reasonable
Schaeberle & Son, Music House, 110
S. Main -St. tf;
Rosenberg drycleans sweaters. l2tf

Rosenberg dryclean suits.

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THM CUP AND SAUCER SIGN
When you see this sig-n it means that the Home' Tea Room is located on the
second floor of 109 E. Washington St. It is the only place where everything is
h owe cooked. and you cannot find a more quiet, retired place in the city. Besides
our .L.[a car te servie,. we sell meal tickets, also board by the week. Our specialty
is catering for banquets. For information call 13$1-L.

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If you want STATIONERY, FOUNTAIN
PENS, ENGINEER'S -,UPPLIES, ..tc., go
ade n Mhi-to headquarters for Student's Supplies
Mel ehiese IThie Student Suppy Store
________GILBERT & MORSE CANDIES

ITelephone 'your orders to

VJERB' freshman wrants to start right.
E Put him 'next to Velvet-the college
smoke. It's the real,' time-matured
tobacco with a smooth,
delightful flavor; - a,
taste that never pailsti
on you-doesn't. burn
hot.a
Velvet is superb tobacco-
aged two years-an ideal
smoke. Today-tomorrow
-whenever -you do smoke
it, that day will bring you
a new version of pipe pleas-
ure. You will become a
Velvetarian. just keep it
in mind. At all dealers.

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oGOODVYEARS
DRUG STORE,-

Fall

BELL PHONE 11I
We deliver goods promptly and guaranltee quality.I
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SPAULDING & MdERRiCK
CHICAGO

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ake it to your measure-from tile season's i:L k:'t
.y only, can you have distinctive looking clothcs
ce.
* Jieterle, Varsity Tailor
117 East Liberty Street

Boys!!

Girls!!

Full two ounce

Quick

Service and Fresh.

Home Made Candies Daily
at the.
SUGAR B3OWL

WA

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109 Sy
Meant

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ian Clothes for CollegeMen

at

Allen's Good Clothes St o

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