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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Reule, Conlin & Fiegel

There is a distinction about

Gymnasium Suits

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Stein Bloch Clothes

Gym . Suit...............................$1.00
Gym. Shoes................. ........ .75
Supporter............................ .75
Tow el ..... .. ....................... .25
$2.75
Entire Outfit for $2.45

that stamps their Quality and
Style as Superior. The prices are
no higher than clothes not nearly
as good.
Our 11ACKINAWS the talk of
the town.

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TINKER &CO.Cor. STATE and
WILIAM STREETS
Furnisoiers and Hatters

I~ ~~ORC ReCCnln&FeLl
y .. forGentlerni
They are designed, cut and t
the finest and most expert workn
- \ business. Better styles, fit and
more, but worth a lot more. Try
~IJ; you will see.
Adler Rochester Ch
V Prices $18 to $30
Styleplus, $17
All the new things for fall await
in Men's Furnishings. Every n
1.. . and patter., including the fam
hattans, at $1.50, $2.00, and $2.50.
All correct shades in Gloves,
$.00 and up.
Neckawear, Underw
Trousers. Raincoa
ADLeR ROCt1ASTER
THE BIG STOREPHON

CA MPUS IX BRIEF.

LindelschmldtApfel & Company

Ladies' Sweater Coats
IN WHITE, GRAY AND CARMINE
BEST VALUE IN TOWN
ALL WOOL, $3.00
H. S. Pinney & Co.
614 E. Liberty St. The Store Where a Dollar Does los Duty

Scblanderer & Seyfried

Visit the Newest and
Up-to-Date
DRY GOODS STORE
Royal Worcester
AND
Bon-Ton Corsets
OUR LEADERS
Schroen Bros.
Phone i000
124 South Main Street

I line of "M" Coods
the Rest, Try the Best
Fresh home-made candies, crackerjack
and fountain drinks at

-Members of the Chinese Students'
club will be given a reception by Mr.
L. E. Buell of this city at 0:00 o'clock
this afternoon at his residence on
Washtenaw avenue.
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-A capacity audience greeted Y. F.
Jabin Hsu, '14, in the Denton Metho-
dist church Friday night when he gave
his first lecture under the auspices
of the university extension course.
His subject was the "Opportunities of
America in Relation to the Chinese
Problem."
-The cane question will be the chief
subject of discussion at the first reg-
ular meeting of the senior lit class to
be held at 4:00 o'clock Monday af-
ternoon, in west physics laboratory.
At this time Waldo Fellows, president,
will also announce the appointments
to the invitation committee.
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-The freshman dental class will hold
its first meeting in the amphitheatre
of the dental building Monday at 4:00
o'clock. Social plans for the year will
be discussed, and committees appoint-
ed.
-Sophomore lits will smoke at the
Union Wednesday night at 7:30
o'clock. Faculty members will talk.
The next class event is a dance at
Barbour gymnasium on Friday af-
ternoon November 28.
.-x_.
-Phi Lambda Upsilon, the honorary
chemical society, initiated Friday ev-
ening, as active members: C.G. Bright,
J. J. Burby, A. S. Irvine, A. R. Patron,
N. E. Van Stone, C. R. Weed, and A.
G. Williams. Mr. W. L. Badger and
Mr. J. P. Rue were elected to asso-
ciate membership.
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-"Ancient Masonry," was the sub-
ject on which H-on. F. T. Lodge ad-
dressed the student members of
Craftsmen, the local Masonic organi-
zation, at its meeting last evening.
-Junior lits gave their first dance of
the year yesterday afternoon in Bar-
AFTER YOU LEAVE FERRY FIELD,
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, KEEP
YOUR EYES OPEN FOR THE BIG,
YELLOW SPORTING "EXTRA."
COMPLETE ACCOUNT OF THE
PENNSY-MICHIGAN GAME. "HOT
OFF THE PRESS." THE BEST SOU-
VENIR OF THE YEAR.
FOR RENT

bour gym. The chaperones were Pro-
fessor Gordon Stoner and Mrs. Stoner.
-Michigan Union Boat club members
took charge of the regular dance at
the Union last night. Programs de-
signed especially for the dance and a
large number of canoes and life pre-
servers gave the affair a distinct nau-
tical atmosphere. Dr. Henri Hus and
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Bradley served as
chaperones.
-A new book on "The Elements of
Electric Engineering" is being prepar-
ed by Prof. Benj. F. Bailey, head of the
electrical engineering department.
Prof. Bailey says that mimeograph
copies of the new edition will be pre-
pared soon, and the book will be used
by several classes next semester.
-x--
-A dynometer designed by Prof. H.
C. Sadler, of the naval architectural
department, is being built in the naval
tank room at the engineering build-
ing. The instrument, when completed,
will be used by the classes in naval
architecture to take the speed and
thrust of paddles and wheels of vari-
ous types, designed after those used
on ocean and lake vessels.
-The Foresters of the University of
Michigan, the quarterly magazine pub-
lished by the students of the forestry
department, will be issued the latter
part of this month. Special articles
by graduates of the department have
been received by the editors and will
be contained in the issue.
-T.rickets for the "Cafeteria Hop,"
which will be held by senior lits at
Barbour gymnasium, Thursday noon,
have sold rapidly. The party will be
a combined self-serve luncheon and
dance. The remaining admission
cards are on sale by members of the
social committee atb35 cents.
-Prof. Warren W. Florer of the Ger-
man department will lecture on the
diction of Dr. Ludwig Fulda, the cele-
brated German poet and orator, in the
Verein room before the womens sec-
tion of the Deutscher Verein at 7:00
o'clock Monday evening. Dr. Fulda
will speak in Sarah daswell Angell
hall 'Saturday evening. His subject
is "The Germans in America."
PROF. MARGOLIS WILL
TALK ON THE BIBLE.
-x--
Prof. Max L. Margolis, of the Drop-
sie college, Philadelphia, will speak
in Newberry hall tonight at 7:30 o'cloc
o'clock on "The Bible in the

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S TUDENTS wearing glasses or
. feeling the need of them will
be pleased to know that Ann Arbor'
has a modern optical shop where
services of an expert optometrist
and optician can be had.
Advancedi methods of Optonietry, fit-
ting glasses without drugs, appeals to all
who demand accurate eye examinations,
made without loss of time or inconven-
ience of having imuscles paralyzed by
drugs.
E. H. Arnold, optometrist with Arnold
& Co , is a recognized leader in advanced
optometrical work. His complete office
equipment combined with shop facilities
to grind lenses, together with years oft
experience as refractionist and optician,
make his Optical System the logical
place to buy glasses.
Arnold Optical System
220 South Main Str.et.

ROWE'S LAUND
406 D ETROIT STRE
Thy Link between College anj
TUTTLE

We

All We K
of is theI

on State Street
Serve Hot I

PM

Better Than Blue Serge.
A Fine Blue Basket Weave at Popular Pri
Come in and let us convince you.

MAC'S

613 E. LibertyI

H ailer Jewelry .Co.
Will move into new store
306 South State Street
Monday, November 3. Temporarily located in 3o8 South
State St., one door south of new building.

Krutsch & Pracht

117 E. Liberty St.

Varsity '

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for the local team and the same for.

the normalites.

Brown scored the

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TO WOIIEN.
Stylus.
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Genuine Martin Guitars
lins sold at Schaeberle &
House.

and Mando-
Son's Music
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Dr. Vaughan will give his lecture on
"Hygiene" in Newberry hall this af-
te'noon at 4:30 o'clock. Following the
services there will be social hour with
refreshments.
The women's league board voted
yesterday morning to turn over to the
Detroit women alumni, after all sub-
scriptions are in and all debts paid,the
residue of the residence hall fund to
help build a residence hall in Ann
Arbor for the use of graduate wom-
en only.
It. was suggested in regard to schol-
arship records, that the league re-
quest Registrar Hall to institute for
all women a uniform system of rec-
ord, similar to that maintained by
sororities, so that women may easily
inform themselves as to their stand-
All hockey players are requested to
be. out for practice on Monday at 4:15
o'clock. The lineup for the match
game on Thursday will be decided at
that time.
THE BEST AND MOST COMPLETE
FOOTBALL SOUVENIR FOR THE
YEAR IS THE PENNSY-MICHIGAN
"EXTRA." FEATURIIE SPORT STO-
fIiES, INDIVIDUAL PICTURES OF
THE TEAM, AND THE DETAILED
REPORT OF THE BIG GAME OF THE
YEAR STRAIGHT FROM FERRY
FIEL.).
You can buy films many places, but
you pay the samne here for Fresh East-
man Kodak films. Lyndon. Wed eod

WE SELL GOOD 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
Best shoe shine, hat cleaning and

only counter for the university men.
The local team will meet the Ypsi-
[anti organization on Ferry field on
November 20, and the good showing
made by Director Rowe's men, in-
creases the possibility of a game with
the strong Flint association team.
FACULTY ENTERTAIN SURGEON.
Faculty members of the medical de-
partment entertained Col. R. H. Elliott
of the British army yesterday. Col.
Elliot is one of the most celebrated
surgeons in England, and is the in-
ventor of the "Treephine" operation
for "Glaucoma" of the eye.
Col. Elliot conducted a clinic at the
University hospital in the morning,
and demonstrated his "Treephine" op-
eration before many medical students
and out of town visitors.

Nov. 9.-Dr. Vaughan will spea
the women at Newberry hall at
o'clock.
Nov. 9.-Raymond Robins at the
jestic theater at 6:30 o'clock.
Nov. 9.--Raymond Robins at the
jestic theater at 6:30 o'clock.

Nov. 10.-Meeting of the senior
en's section of the Deutscher A
Junior and sophomore sectio
vited to attend, 7:00 o'clock.
Nov. 10.-Meeting of the senior
en's section of the Deutscher I
Junior and sophomore sectio
vited. 7:00 o'clock.
Nov. 10.-Appointment committe
hold a meeting, for the enro
of prospective teachers, in th
ture room at Tappan hall,
o'clock
Nov. 12.-Prof. Joseph Redlich,
University of Vienna, on
Conflicts and Parliamentary
tutions in Europe," in room
the Law building at 4:15 o'clo
Nov. 16.-Prof. Shailer Mathev
the Methodist Episcopal e
7:30 o'clock.
Nov. 18.-Annual Union football
ker.

FOR RENT-Very desirable suite at I Making." This is the first off
433 Maynard at $4. Half block from a series of lectures to be
Campus. Phone 1376-J. 36-38 delivered here under the auspices of

blocking next to Wagner's.

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LOST-Will the persons who took bi-
cycle from in front of Huston Bros.
Saturday afternoon by mistake, ex-
change it for their own bicycle at
Michigan Daily office. tf

For Kodaks and photo supplies, open
every evening until 9:30. Sundays
9:30 to 12:30 and 1:30 to 3:30 only.
Lynodn. Wed Sun.
Good Eastman Kodaks for rent, 10c
per day. Lyndon. Sun.
R. A. Dolph Funeral Director, suc-
cessor to 0. M. Martin. Business es-
tablished in 1857. Private ambulance.
Phone 98. eod
W. F. Smith sells Victor Typewrit-
ers. Second-hand Royals and Under-
woods. 102 E. Huron, over Dawson's.
Call 2380-L for demonstration. Stu-
dents insurance 35 cents per hundred.
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IT WILL BE "YELLOW," YOU CAN-
NOT MISS IT-THE BIG FOOTBALL
"EXTRA." IT IS BUILT FOR A SOU-
VENIR AND WILL FIT RIGHT IN
YOUR SCRAP BOOK.

the Intercollegiate Menorah Associa-
tion. Prof Margolis is a Bible scholar
of national prominence and is, at pres-
ent,making a lecture tour of the large
universities of the country. The pub-
lic is cordially invited to attend the
lecture this evening.
YPSI SOCCER ARTISTS
TIE WITH WOLVERINES

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UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.

LOST-Belt of blue chinchilla mack-
inaw on campus or between campus
and State St. D. U. R. waiting-room.
P. O. Potts. Phone 692-J, or 621 S.
12th. tf
LOST-A gold ring on State streetk
near Ferry field. Finder please re-
turn to C. G. Lopez at 635 S. In-
galls St. or phone 1278-L. 36,

Nov. 9.-Marx L. Margolis on "the Bi-
ble in the Making" at Newberry hall
at 7:30 o'clock.

BUNTING IN
PENNSYLVANIA
YARD. MACK &

MICHIGAN
COLORS, 5C
CO.

The soccer team that journeyed to
Ypsilanti yesterday morning to meet
the representatives of the state nor-
mal college, were only able to regis-
ter a tie score at the end of the con-
, test. The final count was one goal

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Ladies-

I am''re'eiving new shi-
ments every day of these

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Popular Ballet Slippers
Have also just reosived the
New Tango Ornaments

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Thirty-Two Years of Success
There's a ReasonI
GIVING THE BEST VALUE FOR THE
LEAST MONEY
Try us and by convinced
Everything In the realm of music Phone 1707
Grinnell -Bros., 120-122 E. Liberty St.

in GUT STEEL and RHINESTONE with rib-
bon lacing to be worn with these slippers or
low heel Pump-the very latst. Will be
pleased to show them to you. f
119 E. Liberty St.

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