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When y ou 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, 6oc, 8oc and $r.oo a
pound. We have all the new packages and assort-
ments-up to $5.00 a box.
Society Brand Clothes
Have "that different air" of dis-
tinction that places them 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 showing.
Styles that smack with the smartness of the
boulevards and college campus, yet are in strict
keeping with refinement1 See them today.
is the proper shade and shape, for the
who care for style and comfort.
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119 S. Main Street
We can save you money
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We carry the best line of
Men's Suits, Overoats, and
Raincoats. We also carry
the largest and most con=
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Ask to see our line of all
The Totem club will hold an im-
portant meeting in the north wing of
University hall tonight at 7:30 o'clock,
to discuss and act upon plans for the
The meeting of the Dixie club, which
was to have been held Thursday night,
at the Union, has been postponed un-
til November 20. The program will,
be in charge of men from Virginia
and WVest Virginia.
--Wellington 11. Tinker, of the Univer-
sity Y. M. C. A. who was operated on
successfully for appendicitis last Fri-
day, is doing well. While unable to
see any one at present, his speedy re-
covery is assured.
--Les Voyageurs, an honorary society
comprised largely of students of the
forestry departmnent, held its fall initi-
ation last Saturday evening, at Whit-
more Lake. The men taken in were:
Eli Gallup, '15; Alexander Muzzall,
15; Lawrence Larke, '16L. William
Wever, '12, chief of the society, was
toastmaster at the banquet.
-President Harry P. I-hutchins will
return Thursday from Washington, D.
C., where he has been attending a
meeting of the State Universities asso-
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to excel in any sport i - ren-
Base Ball dered easier by being prop-
Cricket erly equipp-.
A. G. Spaltdin~g S&-Bros. are
Football outiLt to h ain ons,
wiose iI inpieueits multst be
Basket-Ball inv'itiabiy r igt. Qua i y
SEiquipment g's Caal "e is nolp
Lqp~etcready- J f. he t.z shkirg.
A. G. Spalding & Bros.
254 Woodward Ave.
Suits Cleaned and Pressed
Car. Main and Huron---Over Farmer's
and Meohanic's Bank.
209 SoxzthSty to Street
-Tickets for the "Cafeteria Hop" for
senior lits, to be held at Barbeur gym-
nasium, Thursday noon, have sold rap-
idly, eslpecially among the women of
the class. The luncheon will be a
self-serve affair in two courses, and
dancing will continue until 3 :30.
--The total snowfall up to last night
was six inches, according to the uni-
versity observatory. This is the heav-
iest November fall of snow for sev-
eral years. The government weather
bureau predicts warmer temperature
towards the last of the week, with
fine football weather for Saturday.
--Rabbi A. M. Hershman, of Detroit,
has been secured as a speaker at the
Menorah society smoker, to be held
at the Union tonight. He will be fol-'
lowed by Professor J. R. Brumm, of
the rhetoric department, Nathan Gold-
stick, '15, Charles Goldman, '15L, Ar-
thur Cohen, '14L, and Solomon Shap-
piris, '15E. Isadore Becker, '15, will
preside. The tickets are on sale at
There will be an'important meeting
of the oratorical board at five o'clock
this afternoon in room 304 north wing,
Junior lit social committee will meet
today in Tappan hall, at 4:30 o'clock.
Alpha Omega Alpha, honorary med-
ical fraternity, has elected the follow-
in; men from the senior class: T. C.
Anderson, F. E. Senear, and F. D.
The band needs trumpeters. Any
man who can use a trumpet or bugle,
report to S. J. Hloexter, room 24, new
CHANCES FOR M. A. C. GAME
Possibilities of a second Michigan-
M. A. C. football game, rumors of
which are heard on all sides, seem
extremely remote to those in charge
of the Wolverines' athletic destinies,
much as such a cohtest would be rel-
ished by Michigan.
While Director Bartelme of the Ath-
letic association is willing to guaran-
tee the Aggies a $5,000 and over share
of the gate receipts if such a contest
were played on Ferry field November
22, there seems but little chance of
the contest being arranged.
In the first place, the Farmers have
everything to lose and nothing to gain
by playing Michigan again, and it is
doubtful if the tempting gate guaran-
tee would induce them to risk their
justly won laurels. At the same time
there are many admirers of the M. A.
C. team, who have not had an oppor-
tunity of seeing their favorites in ac-
tion, and who would enjoy seeing the
gane staged on Ferry field.
COSMOPOLITAN CLUB TO SEND
FOR M1EMB E RSHIP PINS FRIDAY
Official pins of the Corda-Fratres
Cosmopolitan club, will be sent for by
Secretary Fred B. Foulk, of the organ-
ization, next Friday. All members who
desire to have these insignias must
see him before that date.
The pin signifies membership in the
International Federation of Students
of which the American association of
Cosmopolitan clubs is a branch. It
represents the cordiality between na-
tions of the world, by depicting the
clasp of hands of the western and the
eastern worlds. On the shield in the
center of the pin will be engraved the
yellow and blue "M" designating the
universiiy where the chapter is organ-
ized. Initials of the owner may also
FOOTBALL GARGOYLE NUMBR
TO BE PUT ON SALE FRIDAY.
The football number of the Gargoyle,
containing many features appropriate
to the approaching game with Penn-
sylvania, will make its appearance
next Friday afternoon. The cover
design, by Fritz Bade, art editor of the
Michiganensian, is only one of the un-
usual attractions promised by the ed-
itor and associate editors of the uni-
versity's humor magazine.
In addition to the characteristic
jokes and editorials its readers will be
offered a short football story by
George Caron, '14. Contributions from
Clark Smith and Leo Burnett have
been secured to add to the artistic
merit of this issue.
ADELPI-lI SOCIETY SELECTS
MEN FOR VARSITY TRYOUTS
In the Adelphi society tryouts for
the Varsity debating team last night,
the following men were selected: Jos-
eph H. Cotton, '16, Werner W. Schroe-
der, '14, Roy R. Fellers, '15, Victor
Sugar, '16, was chosen alternate.
Debates to determine the campus
championship, and to select the teams
for the Central League contests with
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Matinees 2 P. M.;
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There will be a chicken dinner at the
Cutting Cafe Wednesday evening. 37
Genuine Martin Guitars and Mando-
lins sold 'at Schaeberle & Son's Music
WE SELL GOOD CLOTHING
Suits at $10.00-All wool.
Suits at $15.00-All wool, hand tail-
Suits at $20.00-Adler's Make and
Suits at $25.00-Equal to Finest Cus-
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main Street. tf
Best shoe shine, hat cleaning and
blocking next to Wagner's. tf
Be sure to buy your chysanthemums
of C. A. Knoch, '16E, on the corner
of Packard and State street.
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-
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Liggett's Gilbert's and Fenway choc-
olates in perfect condition.. Edsill's
Rexall Drug Store, 122 S. Main St.
If you want the best in chocolates,
try Liggett's, Edsill's Rexacl Drug
Store, 122 So. Main St. eod
Will the person who holds ticke
Pennsy game 7 and 8, Row 18, se
UU on South Side please call 13
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FOR RENT-Very desirable sui
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Campus. Phone 1376-J.
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FOR RENT-Nicely furnished r
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for one or two boys. Enquire
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LOST-A silver mesh pocket-
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afternoon on Hill street. F
return to 814 S. University, p:
LOST-Thursday morning a K
Kappa Gamma key. Finder p
call 390. Reward.
LOST-Will the persons who too
cycle from in front of Huston
Saturday afternoon by mistake
change it for their own bicyc
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The fresh dent class meeting, which
was to have been held yesterday, was
postponed until this afternoon. It will
be held in the dental building at 4:00
Chicago and Northwestern, will take
place between Adelphi and Jeffersoni-
an on November 24, and between Al-
pha Nu and Webster on November 26.
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