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GIRLS

ICalkins' Pharmacy

Our new

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ESHMEN, SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS
AND SENIORS
Before buying your Fall shoes see

Offers For Your Room

Tooth Brush, Tooth Powder or Tooth Paste
Hair Brush and Comb
Nail Files, Buffers and Pastes
Razor, Shaving Brush, Soap and Talcum
Soap for Toilet and Bath
Bath towels, Wash Rags, Sponges and Sprays
And Lots of other things. Come and see us.

Society Brand
Clothes1
for Fall 1913 has
arrived and is ready
for your inspection.
Ready-to-Wear
Clothes -- don't fail
to see them before
buying your next suit.

$nrirtU rad
CLOTHE

Gilmore

Shoe Co.

CQPYTjgblt 19W~. AlfredI

We carry all widths and sizes in latest styles

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324

So. State Street

.Our.new general line of wearing apparel for gentlemen has ome-
socks, etc., all the latest. Visit this Quality Store and get souvenirs.

FOR RENT

HEADQUAITERS FOR

PING REE MADE SHOES

STUDENTS
We can save you money
by trading at our store.
We carry the best line of
Men's Suits, Overoats, and
Raincoats. We also carry
the largest and most com-
plete line of Men's Furnish-
ings, Hats and Caps.
Ask to see our line of all
wool Mackinaws.
W ADASCO.

To Let-Student rooms. No rent charg-
ed for first week. Two front suites.
Two single side rooms. Steam heat.
Electric and gas lights. 528 Packard.
Phone 1037-J. 3-4
For Rent--Two newly furnished sin-
gle rooms all modern. Call 600 E.
Liberty. Phone No. 359-L. 1-3
For Rent-Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 811 Monroe St.
2-4
WANTED
Wanted-Washings. Will call for and
deliver. 624-L. 1425 Pontiac St.
1-3
Wanted-Young lady student to help
in small family for her room, board
and washing. Mrs. J. H. Bringhurst,
1234 Prospect. Phone 1537-J. 3
Wanted-To rent a furnished house for
a month, with privilege of two
months. Dr. Carl Warden, Allenel
Hotel, between 6 and 7 p. m. 3-5

121-123 South Main Street

FOR SALE OR RENT.

Choral Union Concerts

World's Greatest Pianist

October 22

TZENAUERt iaN Oper Star November 12
ILADELPH IA OR CH ESTRA . December 9
95 Men-Stokowski, Conductor
ORAL CONCERT . January 23
le Stevenson, Soprano and Marion Green, Baritone, Soloists
RL FLESCH . February 18
Distinguished Hungarian Violinist
1 1 S ta r C o u'r s e
arse Tickets, $3.00. With reserved seat
D, 50c, 75c, $1.00, extra; after October 14

at school of Music

for announcement or
for tickets

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For Sale or Rent-First class Grand
piano for sale or rent. Phone 212-J.
Call 312 South Division St. 1-3
For Sale-Complete draughting outfit
and adjustable table. Call between
5:00 and 6:00 Thursday evening at
337 E. Williams St. 2-3
For Sale-Smith Premier Typewriter
in good condition. Also 3 string
mandolin and Eastman folding Cam-
era. Apply 507 Mack Road or call
1541-J. 2-5
For Sale-Two motor-cycles, practical-
ly new, and at bargain prices. Ad-
dress "Motor-cycle." care Michigan
Daily. 2-3
Lost-Tan leather card-case contain-
ing $15, treasurer's receipt, etc.Name
on inside. Reward if returned to
1015 E. Huron St., or call 397. Ask
for A. L. Arnold. 2-4
Lost-On Wednesday, a Kappa Kappa
Gamma key. Finder please call 390.
Lost-Bill book containing either $19
or $20 in bills. Cards with the name
George Anderson were inside. This
is a considerable loss to a student.
Finder please phone 1552-L. 3
Guaranteed self-filling, non-leakable
Fountain Pens $1.50. Cushing's Phar-
macy. 2-5
Pianos to Rent. Up-to-date stock of
Musical Instruments of every descrip-
tion sold at reasonable prices at
Schaeberle and Son's Music House, 110
S. Main St. tf
Special chicken dinners on Sunday.
Home board $4.00 per week. 1221 S.
University. 3-4
Bath supplies. Smokers articles of
all kinds. Cushing's Pharmacy. 2-5
Finest line of Package and Bulk
Chocolates at Cushing's Pharmacy. 2-5

1912 ENGINEER RELOCATES
WESTFALL'S COMET OF 152
Paul T. Delavan, 112E, discovered
on September 26, the comet found by
Westfall in 1852, according to a cable-
gram received by Professor R. H. Cur-
tiss from Prof. W. J. Hussey at the La
Plata University in South America.
This is the first time the comet has
returned since the time of its earlier
discovery, and in the opinion of Pro-
fessor Curtiss the body will be named
the Westfall-Delavan comet.
Delavan is one of four Michigan stu-
dents associated with Professor Hus-
sey in his studies of the heavens of
the southern hemisphere at the na-
tional university of Argentina. He
left in June 1912, and will return here
for the second semester.
SELECT KENTUCKY MAN FOR
HANSEN'S POSITION IN GYM.
John R. Applegate, of Louisville, Ky.,
has been selected as instructor in the
Waterman gymnasium for the coming
year. He will fill the position left va-
cant by the resignation of Carl Hansen
who was appointed physical director
at Tulane university. Mr. Applegate
is a graduate of the Chicago Institute
and Training School for Physical Di-
rectors and was physical director of
the Calumet, Michigan, Y. M. C. A. for
one year and held the same position
at Louisville, Ky., for two years.
G.C. Curtis, '16E, has been appointed
student physical director to fill the va-
cancy left by the graduation of C. L.
Snyder, '13E.
Symphony Orchestra tryouts will be
held at the School of Music, Maynard
srteet, from 7:00 to 8:00 on Friday ev-
ening of this week. All interested are
urged to come, as rehearsals will start
on Sunday next. S. P. Lockwood. 1-4
Buy Laboratory Supplies at Good-
year's Drug Store, 10 Main St. They
pay you to come down town. 1-12
For Lab. supplies and Shop tools
try Wahr's University Bookstore. 1-5
Gym suits including shoes and sup-
porter for $2.25 at Wahr's University
Bookstore. 1-6
Log slide rule with leather case for
$7.50 at Wahr's University bookstore.
1-6
Wanted:-Student to do picture
framing. Must have had experience.
Lyndon, 719 N. University. 1-3
Modern Methods give me best re-
sults for printing and developing. Vis-
it our work room and see for your-
self. Lyndon. eod.
The Kempf Music Studios, 312 S.
Division St. Phone 212-J. Piano,
Voice, Piep Organ, Harmony. 1 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

THlE DAILY

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JEWELER AND
OPTICIAN

We offer an extensive dis-
play of fine quality jewelry
at reasonable prices. A trial
is all we ask.
SUBSCRI'BE

J. B. EIBLER
109 W. Liberty Street
Across from Mack's side entrkne

POUNIAI
All the Leading Makes
Special
This Week Only
A SELF FILLING, NC
LEAKABL.E PEN
with absolute guarantee
$1.50
SUGDEN DRUG C(
302 S. STATE STREE

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Women's Fine Shoe
ON STATE STREET
We carry the best makes produced in Cin-
cinnati, Rochester, Lynn and -Brooklyn.
Campus oter
Opposite Hustons'

Fine Mil

FOR

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at reasonable price
721 East Hurov
Across from High Schor
The Mrs, Rickey & Ev

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The Arcadia
Regular Board $4.00 and $4.25
2 Meals a Day $3,50 and $3.75
612 E. Liberty St. Phone 164
Brennan Morrow
RD'S MODERN REPAIR SHOP
The Shop on the way
down town.
r.Fourth Ave, and Washington

P~olNQ
TRADE
MARK
.&PA"
A "SQUAR E DEAL"
for everybody is the 'Spald-
ing Policy." We guarantee
each buyer of an article bear-
ing the 'Spaldinig Trade Mark
thatisuch article will give
satisfaction and a reasonable
amount of service.
A. G. Spalding & Bros.
254 Woodward Ave. Sen dfor
Detroit, Mich. our Cataloue

Will
tnot leak
and it fills itself with-
out a dropper, at any
inkwell, in 4 seconds,
cleaning itself also.

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Self -Filling
Founain Pen

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(screw-cap style) never leaks in any position-
just the thing for pocketbook or handbag. Only
four inches long when closed.
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4, 00, $5.00 a:id i. For Sale by

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LEADING DEALERS IN ANN ARBOR

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SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR

The Conklin Pen Tfg. Co., Toledo, Ohio

GAS

COOKING

For Fraternity and Club Houses

Increases Cleanliness and Efficiency. Telephone for our
Representative to call and give you expert advice for your Kitchen Equip-
Imenitt .

We Have the Largest and Best
Stock of Pianos for Rent
Popular Songs, 10 Cents Per Copy
WE ARM FIRST WITH THE LATEST
ALL KINDS OF PAUSICAL MERCHANDISE AT LOWEST FIGURES
Grinnel Bros., 120-122 E. Liberty St

209 S oxith Sta, Street

The Chubb Hous

Gives clean, wholesome board at
per week. Sa.&fe drinking waer.

>naw Gas Company

C. C. F:-reeriak s. Pin

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