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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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We -re'again receiviiig

Mac. Diarml*id'

CH-OCOLATEiS

IV

lForme rly MAart ha FYatslti ito n

Fresh every Wednesday and
Friday

"SEND THE BAND TO CORNELL." * * * * * * *
.' _* CLASSIFIED l I.
Student Would Charge Admission to * AdrAisizginer for
Syracuse or Pennsy Mass Meeting. * tcllssifai coln must al
(The Daily assunies no responsibility * b rid for il ld 'ace, and
for sentiments expressed in .com- * be left at the DAILY o ic
maunications.) * posite the Majetic !etwee
Editor The Michigan Daily: * hours of 12 noon and 10 l,
The time is coming when The Daily * or at Quarry's Drug Stort
and other well meaning people will * Uniersity and State, at
raise the cry, ."Send the Band to Cor- * ine up to 9:30 p. m.
nell" or "The band has deserved stu- * These Ads laing Resrdt
dent support," and again we shall - : x * * * d
hear that the Athletic Association can-
not afford to send the band east or FOR REIN T..
west. Again resort will be made to For Rent-Suite of two roo
the old method of raising money by house with all modern convey
begging from the students on the 70uS. Ingallm rn 2
campus and in return the philanthrop- 706 S. Ingalls.
ic student will be rewarded with a LOST.
badge showing his kindheartedness,
etc. :Usually when the howl is loud Lost-One tan, fur lined kid g
enough, -and the begging carried on in on State street last Friday
the proper manner, the student body Will the finder please return
can be made to "dig down" and save S. State or call 236 Bell.,
the situation at the last moment.:
As a loyal Michigan man I hate to sweaters cut cver at the
see this beggng going on on the cam- Royal, 209 E. Liberty.
pus especially when there is no need.a
My plan is that the mzass meeting be- Rosenberg calls and delivers.
fore the Pennsy or Syracuse game be
made a mass meeting and band con- All the latest popular song
cert combined and that a nominal fee Grinnell Bros. Music Mouse

* * * Will Make Experiments With Pumps.
Beginning Wednesday, November 1,
Shis * a series of tests will be made in the
ways hydraulic laboratory of the engineer-
may ' ing department. The first of these will
. op- * be calibration of a water meter tank,
n the * which is used in connection with ex-
., 'p pieriments on the impulse wheel. On
e, N. * Saturday, a test of the Rees roturbo
any * pump, an English pump, recently in-
* stalled in the laboratory, for pump
s. * head, discharge and efficiency with
* constant speed will be made. The test
of the impulse wheel with 1 inch noz-
zle, for variable speed under constant
-ms ii head, will be made Wednesday, Nov.
niiences. 15. The last of the tests will be made
24-25-26 Saturday, Nov. 11, and will be the cal-
.bration of belt transmission used to
drive the centrifugal pump, a
auntlet Extra hours will be awarded engi-
night. neering students electing this work.
to 702 Consultations concerning it can be
QAl arranged with Prof. E. J. Zowski.

JUST RECEIVED A F
SIPMENT OF
Bannlers ai

We also cary a full line of

Penlnants

JUsT RECEIVED A I

Gilbert's and- Johnston's

Representing Michigan a
15 Other Colleges.
I buy in large quantities
big reduction and theref
I offer the largest asso
ment at lower prices th
any other dealer in A
Arbor-compare prices
fore you buy.
This week's Scrap Bo
Special-a beautiful 8 x
picture of
UNIVERSITY LIBRAR'
Only 10c with any 50c
purchase.
LYNDOP

RNER'S

Home Made Chocolate.
FRESH EVERY DAY

Creams

Parais
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Goods delivered to all pacts of the city

Will Exihit Dean's
Dean Ifenry M. Bates,
department, Is in receipt

Picture.
of the law
of a letter

g St Drug. 'Store
sin St. Pixne a270

.from Ralph Clarkson, who painted
tProf. Bat's portrait for the senior
hits class last year, asking him to lend the
htatpicture for exhibition in the art insti-1
at Ten tute of Chicago and the National Acad-
tock of
prices my of te in in New York. Dean
Bates has consented to the request.

ANNOUNCEMENT
GO TO

i Burolifield.,& Co1's"
he best Tailoring Service to be had Any where..
Making Dress Clothes we acknowledge no
, and prove our superiority in every instance.

ch

Cd & Company

106 Eat Huron
When
All Others Fail Buy

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CAew

HAR T,
&

SCHAFFNER
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of ten cents be charged for admission.
This would' keep nobody out and
would assure a trip for-the band. If I
am correct there are about 3,600 seats
in University hall and this alone, be-
side, standing- room, ought to bring in
$360.00.,
In conclusion I wish to add that ~
am not a- member of the band and that
my only motive in writing this letter
is to help -solve one of the annual
problems on the campus.
"One-Opposed-to-Begging."
LOCAL EXHIBIT CONTAINS
WORK OF FAMOUS ARTIST.
Two score or more of pictures by
Alexander Robinson -and many art
vases of the Pewabic and Markham
designs constitute the show at the
fourth annuAI fall exhibit of the Ann
Arbor Art association, which opened
Saturday. With one exception, all
the pictures are water colors, but Mr.
Robinson uses a technique much like
that of oil painters, painting on col-
ored paper. At a distance it is hard
to distinguish his work from oil paint-
ing. The Pewabic vases are all simplea
Indian patterns, and .the Markham
pottery, more fancifully decorated has
the characteristic metallic sheen.
Only members were present at the
opening reception. Musical numbers
we-re given by Miss Emily Sadler and
Miss Grace Johnson..
Over two hundred people vis-
ited Memorial hall Sunday and about
the same number yesterday. The ex-
hibition will continue until Nov. h and
will be open to the public daily from
9 to 12 in the morning and 1 to 4 in
the afternoon, and on Thursda; and
Saturday evenings of this week from
7:30 to 10. .
Y. W. C. A. Members to be Welcomed.
The regular five o'clock meeting of
the Y. W. C. A., at Newberry Hall this
afternoon, will take the, form of a
recognition service for the new mem-
bers. -A special musical program has
been prepared. All women of the uni-
versity are'-invited.
Over 400 fraternity men sat down
to an inter-fraternity banquet at the
University of Minnesota last Friday
ight.

Rosenberg's phone, Bell 266.

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Pianos to Rent. Terms reasonable
Schaeberle & Son, Music -louse, 110
S. Main St. ti
Rosenberg drycleans sweaters. 12t
Have you seen those nobby Oxford
blues at Milward's? Tailor, 330 S
State St. 19 tf

Come into the Store today and get a glln
of the sweilest line of college togs you ever
eyes on.
The real leaders among the well dre
young fellows of this town all wear

cents per copy. A complete st
the' latest Opera hits at popular
also. Everything in college sor
ollections.

n. s and
18 tf

For a (qiet afternoon or evening go
u the Huron. U. of NT. [IQAT LIV-
tick. 1-25

Rosenberg dryclean suits.
Shoes repaired while you wait.
dres, 222 So. State St.

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WADHAMS & CO, CLEVER SUITS

WOOL CLOTHES HERE

T"

Cle'ver

Clot-

For the Dashing, Daring College

or

ace, easy
take off.

The Clothier.
217 S o. Main
Suits and Overcoas 15.00 up

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N. Y.

Rosenberg presses suits-25 cents
12 tsf
Royal Tailors at 215 South Main.
12eod t
Patronize the new print shop, Davis
and Ohlinger, Job Printers, 109 E.
Washington Street. Bell Phone, 432-J,
18 cod tf
Royal Tailors at 215 South Main.
12 eod tf
Prof. Moyer's Book Well Received-.
Power Plant Testing, a manual of
testing engines, turbines, boiler
pumps, etc., by Professor James A.
Moyer, of the mechanical engineering
department, which has only been off
the press three weeks, is receiving a
favorable reception among engineer-
ing men and the faculties of engineer-
ing colleges. Several of the leading
technical schools have adopted Prof.
Moyer's book for advanced work.
"The book has a wide scope," says the
Engineering News, in reviewing it,
"The sections on testing turbines, gas
producers and internal-combustion
motors and correcting test results, are
noteworthy."
Subscribe for The Daily today.

vercoatsH ats and Caps
Redinan Collars Holeproof Hosiery Spalding Sweaters Emery Shir
ar Colars Interwoven Hosiery and Jerseys.m Collars to M
121-123 S. Main St.

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LET

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Furnish the Ice Cream for
Your .Party
I Cater To Clubs and
Frats

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SMIOOTH
TOIPACI

If you want STATIONERY, FOUNTAI N
kI KING LOO== - PENS, ENGINEER'S SUPPLIES, Etc., go
-Best Chop Suey maade In Michi- to headquarters for Student's Supplies
gan, no fake but Real Chinese The Student Suppy Store
Chop Suey. GILBERT 4& MORSE CANDIES

Tleplione your orders to

OR the man chasing the pil, u
down hill, in the sandy bun
Velvet is mild and smooth and plea
Velvet-selected leaf-two years i
warehouse undergoing a change w
eliminates the harshness of the leaf
mellowncss rarely attained--a smo
ness you shvord know all about.
No sir Imnpozssble to bite or irritate
-one mo! e as cool and sweet as
another-smoke it for 54 holes if you
like-,lways agreeable.
At ye adealers.

phill,
ke4 irs_

GOODYEAR'S

DRUgG

STORE

For Social,
Functions
There's only one way to be correctly
dressed, gentleman, and .that is to
wear cur custom made apparel.
The touch of the artist tailor is .
evident in every garment turtled out
here . cut, style and workmanship the best. If you haven't been
measured fcr your Full Dress, Tuxedo or Frock Suit see us about
it today. Fashion's newest fabrics are shown.

BELL PHONE II

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We deliver goods promptly and guarantee quality.

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117 East Liberty Street

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at the
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109's.

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