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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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There is a distinction about

Stein Bloch Clothes

Just Rooelved Aimothver Shipmenrt of
SOO MACKINAWS
In the solid colors
Gloves in all grades, unlined and fur, wool and silk lined, priced
from $1.00 to $5.00.
CLASS TOQUES
Don't put off getting your Mackinaw, Underwear, Gloves, Toque
or Muffler until the last moment, get them now before the (ame
Saturday.
TINKER&CO.Cor. STATE and
T KC WILLIAM STREETS
Furnishers and Hatters'

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

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Reule, Conlin & Fiegel Co.
CORRECT CLOTHE
They are designed, cut and tailored
S9 the finest and most expert workmen in
business. Better styles, fit and workm
ship than you get elsewhere. Costs
f more, but worth a lot more. Try them
you will see.
\ Adler Rochester Clothei
Prices $18 to $30
Styleplus, $17
All the new things for fall await you hi
in Men's Furnishings. Every new st1>anptericunghefmsM
E: hattans, at $z. jo, $2.oo, and $2.50.
All correct shades in Gloves, values
$1.0o and up.
Neckwear, Underwear
Trousers. Raincoats
ADLER ROCHESTER
_______:THE BIG STORE, PHONE 1

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I Lindcnschmidt, Apfel & Company

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KEEP WARM
Prepare for the Pennsy Game and the cold winter. Ladies, here is what
you need:
Sweater Coat, Cood Warm Gloves, Wool Knit Hood or Cap
Setsnug Union Suits, etc.
For Sale at
H. S. Pinney & Co.
614 E. Liberty St. The Store Where a Dollar Does Is Duty

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Schlanderer & Seylried

Visit the Newest and
Up-to-Date
DRY GOODS STORE
Royal Worcester
AND.
Bon-Ton Corsets
OUR LEADERS
Schroen Bros.
Phone 1000
124 South Main Street

Full line of "M" GoodsI
Pass the Rest, Try the Best
Fresh home-made candles, crackerjack
and fountain drinks at
MAC'S 613 E. LibertyI

CAMPUS IN1BREF.
-T~au Beta P gaite a dance at the
Packard academy yesterday evening.
Professor and Mrs. H. E. Riggs and
Professor and Mrs. H. H. Higbie acted
as chaperones.
--Dr. A. S. Warthin, professor of path-
ology, will lecture Sunday, at Hart,
Michigan, on "Sexual Physiology and
Pathology."
-President W. T. Foster, of Reed Col- I
lege, Portland, Oregon, visited Ann
Arbor and the University, recently.
--Louis Eich, assistant in oratory, and I
member of the Lyceum club will pre-
sent "The Merchant of Venice" in Han-
over, Michigan, tonight. This is a
numbercon the Hanover high school
lecture course.
--Arrangements have been made
whereby students having prescriptionsi
from the University Health Service,
to be filled, may present them at room
372 on the third floor of the Chemistry
building and have them taken care of.
-Miss Mary Yost, of Staunton, Va., a
former instructor of Vassar College,
is now enrolled in the university, as a
post graduate. Miss Yost is on a leave
of absence from that school and while
here will make a special study of
freshman rhetoric.
-Wilfred B Shaw, secretary of the
Alumni association, left yesterday
morning for Chicago, where he will
spend the week end attending a con-
vention of the Association of Alumni
Secretaries. Mr. Shaw is secretary of
this organization.
--Owing to the absence of Mr. Horace
G. Prettyman, the compaign commit-
tee for betterment of the Ann Arbor
boarding houses will not meet until
next week.
-President Harry la Hutchins will
return from New York this morning,
where he has been attending a con-
ference with General Leonard Wood,
U. S. A. in reference to summer train-
ing camps for students.
--Professor A. A. Stanley ' the school
of music, will give a group of "Folk-
songs" with piano accompaniment be-
fore the Collegiate Alumnae at 2:30
o'clock Saturday in Barbour gymnasi-
um.
* OF INTEREST TO WOMEN. *
* Edited by Stylus. *
** * * * * * * * *
The first of the series of luncheons
for junior women will be given at the
Michigan Union December 13. Tickets
will be fifty cents.
Senior society women will entertain
the new senior women at Newberry
hall Saturday from 3:00 to 5:00
c'clock.
The women's league will conduct an
auction sale at the party this after-
noon. Members are asked to contrib-
ute inexpensive trifiles of any sort, or
candy.

Whitney Theatre
ONE NIGHT
Tuesday, Nov. 25th
Jacobs and Beverage Preseits
MR, HERBERT O'CONNOR
as
MEPHISTO
Iu a snper scenic ilectrical Mechan.
ical Revival of Goethe's Greatest
Tragedy
Fr.au s
D Faustus Famous Old Labora-
tor'
The Cathedral of Nuremberg
The Electrical Rose arden
Fiery Hades, the Broeken
The Gloomy Dungeon
The Vision of Paradise
Dazzling,Territying, Enthralling
A wierd object lesson to the sinner.
PRICES - - - 50e,35c,25c
FRIEE Concert Outside Theatre, 7:30
Mortar Board initiated the following
women Wednesday night at Newber-
ry hall: Ilda Jennings, Grace
MacDonald, Irma Hutzel, Alta Welsh,
Mollie Franklin, Mildred Taylor, Soph-
ie Herrmann, Phyllis Dunn, Maude
Mills.
The alumnae of the University of
Michigan, hold their annual luncheon
in Detroit on Saturday. They willdis
cuss residence hall plans and the
methods by which the work is being
accomplished. They have asked for
a report upon the need of a depart-
ment of household economics in the
university curriculum, and will con-
sider the means by which one might
be established. The president of the
Association is Myra Port Cady.
Omega Phi will hold its regular
meeting tonight at 4:30 o'clock at the
Alpha Phi house.
Stylus met last night atsPark Ter-
race with Miss Judith Ginsburg
Totem Initiates Eleven Freshmen
Totem, an organization of Detroit
eastern high school alumni, initiated
eleven freshmen at its regular annual
banquet at the Michigan Union. J. M.
Black, '14, presided, and C. J. Netting,
'15, gave the addresses of welcome to
the freshmen. The following men were
initiated: I. M. Allan, '17, J. H. Engel,
'17E, W. C. Gerndt, '17E, R. G. Grylls,
'17, K. S. Keyes, '17, M. F. Wagnitz,
'17E, F. R. Walter, '17, and G. W.
Wiard, '17E.

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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.
Advanced methods of Optometry, fit-
ting glasses without drugs, appeals to all
who demand accurate eye examinations;
made without loss of time or inconven-
ience of having muscles paralyzed by
drugs.
Z 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 of
experience as refractionist and optician,
make his Optical System the logical
place to buy glasses.
Arnold 'Optical System
220 South Main Street

ROW E'S LA
406 DETROIT

The Link between College at
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All We Ka(
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nichigan Jewelry and Souvenirs
Pins Spoons Novelties
Fobs Tie Clips Rings
Special-Sterling Silver University of Michigan seal tea
spoon $1.25
Haller Jewelry Co.
306 S. State St. Phone 534

At a special price $50-the besi
material used int this garmen,

Max Krutsch
Varsity Tailor
All suits kept pressed tree tow one year.

117 East Liberty

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Matinees 2 P. M.;3
Evenings 6:30; 8.00; 9
Admission
Adults - -
Children
'he House of FeatV

3:30 P.
8:30 P.
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There's a Reason!2
GIVING THE BEST VALUE FOR THE
LEAST MONEY
Try us and be convinced
Everything In the realm of music Phone 1707
Grinnell Bros., 120-122 E. Liberty St.

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for Men

English Stlyes
and Women
are right in style a
price. Leather or ru
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Ladies' $3.50 to $5.00 per l
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119 E. Liberty St.

Our Men's Furnishing Dept.i

Carries everything that is strictly
HIGH CLASS AND FASHIONABLE
We are Headquarters for all kinds of Class Toques.

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"Distinctively Individual"

MACK & CO.

We have everything to make a stu-
dent's room attractive and homelike;
appropriate curtains, rugs, chairs and
desks. Martin Haller.

W. H. Smith sells Victor Typev
ers. Second-hand Royals and Un
woods. 102 E. Huron, over DawS
Call 2380-L for demohstration.
dents insurance 35 cents per hund
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