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The Michigan Daily, 1913-11-01

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WHITMAN'SCAD
When you buy candy buy the best. It does not cost
much more and it gives much more pleasure.
Whitman's Candy always pleases. The prices vary
according to the assortments, hoc, Soc and $i .oo a
pound. We have all the new packages and assort-
ments-up to $5.00 a box.

M na w ,E o~n

Society 0Brand Clothes
Have "thai different air" of dis-
tinction thai places thenm in a class
by themselves, if you've vainly
hoped that some day you would
find a suit that measured up flush
with your ideas, your desires will
be more than realized in snappy
models we are showings
- Styles that smack with the smartness of the
boulevards and college campus, yet are is strict
kesping with refinement, See them today.

Guaranteed Soles

Calkins' Pharmacy
/ 324 South State Street

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Shoe

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Pringree Made

119 S. Main Siredt

STL)D

We can save you money
by trading at our store.
We Carry thle- best le of
Men's Suits, Overoats, and
Raincoats. We also carry
the largest and most corn=
plete lire of M b't urnish=
ings, Hats an-d Caps.
Ask to see our line of all
wvool Mackitiaws.

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(11-eIfihigan aily ussuies' no re-
slpoiisiblily for sentimetls explress-
ed ,111 Co)l fl~l ca1liofl.)
Editor, The Michigan Daily:--
I wish to male a correction in the
figures given in issue of October 28 of
The Daily, for paid admissions at
Pennsylvania-:Michigan games played
at Philadelphia in the seasons of 1906,
1909, 1110. and 1912. TPhe figures giv-
en in The D~aily were absolutely cor-
rect except that they failed to include
the student admission on student
books in 1906, 1909 and 1910.
The correct figures for the four
games arcs substantially:
1906...... ..1.3,179
71909. ................ 12,006
1910 J................11,838
1912..................9,71
'Phe agreement between Pennsylva-
uia and Michigan covering our first
six games provided that student ad-
miss ions should not be counted in the
settlement with the visiting team at
either Philadelphia or Ann Arbor, up
LOST.
Lost--Pearl Crescent and Star Stick
]'in, Return to Daily for reward.
27-8-9

THE ,STATE WAINGS BANK
Capital Stock $50,000.00
Surplus and Pr'oits $100,000.00
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Win. Arnold Win. J. Booth C. John Wolz, it
vi ce-lies. President Cashier

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COpyr4ht 1913. Alfred De k r M Cuba

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121-123 SouOt Mlai n Street

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A ,SQUARE DEAL"'
for e verybod)(y is the "Spald-
irng Policy." We guarantee
each brayer of an ar ticle h r i heepll~ Tvc Iam
that such ,article will give
satisfactiona 11an ireat ontabi e ;
a11o111t of service.
A. G. Spalding &Brus.
254 oodward Ave. S(nd fr
Detroit, 'Mich~. oUrl' 40(lWj U

suits Cleaned and Pressed
and repaired
Gus, Min and Hluron---Over Farmer's
aid Mechanic's Bank.

Lost-A Waterman fountain
screw tlop. Finder please
1267. Reward.

FOR RENT!.

F'or Rent-Newly furnished
room. 1101 E. University.
359-L.

single
Call
28-30

pen,
phone
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If you want the best
try Liggett's, Edsill's
Stare, 122 So. Main St.

in .Chocolates,
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to the number of 3,500. Pennsylvania,
though having the season book sys-
tem for -years, nevertheless must be
considered as obtaining revenue fromn
each and every student admission at
every athletic event to which, these
hooks grant admission. Hence to the
paid attendances of each and every
one of the first three Pennsylvania-
Michigan games, played at Philadel-
phia must be added 3,500 paid student
ad missions. In short the Penn-Michi-
gan gamnes including both those play-
ed at Philadelphia and Ann Arbor,
average more than 14,000 lpaid admis--
sions, instead of 11,000 as given in
The Daily of October 28.
(Signed) P. G. BARTELME.
1VOIA\ IS .PRESIDENiT OF
TEACHIERS FOR FIR-ST TIME
Mrs. (Cornelia Ihlist of txraud Rapids
Elected to Hghes4 office
in 3L S. TI. .
The Michigan State Teacers Asso-
ciation yesterday elected as president,
Mrs. Cornelia Hulst, of Grand Rapids,
the first woman to gain that honor
since the beginning of the association
61t years ago.
Oither officers elected were: First
vice-president, S. . lHartwell, Kala-
mazoo; second vice-president, Julia
King, Ypsilanti; third vice-president,
Fl. D. Lee, ancock; treasurer, C. L.
Goodrich, Allegan; executive commit-
tee, D. L,, MAlpine, South Haven, and
kV H . Henderson, Ann Arbor.
.MUSI('AND) DRAM.
The miusical hit of three continents,
"Th~le Quaker Girl,", will be presented
at the Whitney theatre, November 22,
matinee and night. Victor Morley,
conspicuous for his work in "The
Three Twins" and "Louisiana Lou,"
will head the cast, playing the part of
Tony Chute, American attache at Par-
is. Bernice McCabe, an attractive
young actress, will appear as the he-
roine. Since "The Quaker Girl" has
never played in Ann Arbor, and as
there is only one company now pre-
senting it, the Whitney engagement
is sine to be highly snccesst~l.
UN\IV'ERsITY NOTI1CES.
Union membership dano will be
held tonight as usual at 9:00 o'clock.
'P'ickets that are left may be obtained
at the desk today.
,The Graduate club will iod its first
meeting of the year this evening in
Barbour gymnasium. Dean Guthe of
the graduate department will be the
speaker of the evening.
The Architectural department is
holding an exhibit of drawings and
designs in room 201-205 in engineering
building. The exhibit will remain
open until tonight at 6:00 o'clock.
'All men who were out for and re-
hearsal Monday must appear in uni-
form today, meet in hill1 auditoriunm at
1:00 o'clock.
Have you gotten your directory l
ThupplU'y is imrited.

a1ler

JB. 'EIBLER
109 W. Liberty Street
Across from Mack's side entrance

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Park and Tilford

JEWELER AND
OPTICIAN

Candies

at reasonab~le prices..
is all we ask,

Will be located ine Stor,

A trial

306. S'N, State 5t.

Weoffer an extensive dis-
play of fine duality jewelry

I SUDEN DRUG
302 S. STATE sWr~

this week.

NOWADAYS

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Temporarily .ocated ir301
S. State n orsouthQ
new building

Geo-~c ish fI_
FlovastLiberty and Main Sts.
220 Napin Sireet Phone 809-C
Choice cut flowers a d plants A Most Convenient Place for Your Banking
bsiv r~at;a-asx- £ sr u ic ott
PRI~8 UIL1NGAAYARDST
Acos rr r~J~ im

Modern Methods give me best re-
sits for printing and developing. Vis-
it our work room and see for your-
sl.WE SLLGOD CLOTHING
Suits at $10.00-All wool.
Suits at $15.00-All wool, hand tail-
ored.
Suits at $20.00-Adler's Make and
Style.
Suits at $25.00-Equal to Finest Cus-
tom work.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main Street. tf.
Liggett's Gilbeirt's and Fenway choc-
olates in perfect condition. Edsill's
Rexall Drug Store, 122 S. Main St.
eod
We are offering a loose leaf book,!
full leather book for $1.50 at Shee-
han's. tf
Genuine Martin Guitars and Mando-
lins sold at Sehaeberle & Son's Music
lie use. t
Michigani pennants and pillow coy-
ei's at Sheehan's.. tf
Best shoe shine, hat cleaning and
blocking next to Wagner's. tf'
Michigan scrap books for $1.00 and
$1.50 at Sheehan's. if

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For Fraternity and Club Houses.

Hear the Latest
Popular Songs, Teni Cents per Copy. Mlfandolins,
Violins and their accessories.
Rest Goods for th e Le eist P
Call and examine our Player Pianos. Good Pianos
Terms reason able.

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that you canf heap the briar bo.wli
good toldt Velvet.- S!upov erb leaf-y
te~eSt ef edoert ofa
leaf harsnss--leavingL th4 rare degas
mlons-uuPao--h mness so enjoyable. Velvet is free f
all harshness. Smoke Velvet as ofte
you like, always cool burning-"g
old tudl " At all dealers.

Increases lCleal- iin-ss and tliie cy. lehn for our
RepresenitatIve to call an d ive you exp(,eNrt advice for your Kitchen Eqip-
ment

Guitars,
Woriey
>s to Rent.

Grinnell Bros., 120-122~ E. Liberty St.

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