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'I'lE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Have you looked at ouir
winter footwear and our
Iarge assortmnt ofhious
slipper? We have rub=
bers with heels wide e=

When you buy candy buy the best.. It does not cost
much more and it gives much more pleasure.
Whitman's Candy always pleases. Thle prices vary
according to the assortmeats, hoc, Soc and $i.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"s of dis-
tinction that places them in u. 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 refinement, See them today,

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nough to fit tlhe
flange heels.

full

Calk4i ns'Phar macy1
324 South State street

Gilmore Shoe, Store

Made

11~ S. Main Street

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(-.~, ~1 dol

Yesterday, today
and likely to-
mnorrow almost evr-
ery store, big and
little, wvill scream
"W e've got the.
best!" Just sup-
pose you take a
look at Wadhais.
& Co. SuRts, Over-
coats, Ma kinaws,
Flats, Caps and
Furnishings-0

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'ADIAMS
.121-123 South Main Street

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CO TRADE
~IN .
is Ambition
to CxcC1 in ally sport m ren
Ball dered entiier by being ro
9t erly cequipped.
it A. G. Si41ng , BI3OS. arc
all Outfitter., tO Ch ;1a1in p i Onits,
p whOre 1111 leineuts mulst be
I-Ball invatriably right. Qua lU ty
JO cournt-s.
Spalding's Cafalogue Lis no~v
uent ready- free frithasking.
A. G. Spaldirg' & Bros.
'ood-ward Av'e.
coif, Mlicht,

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MARQUARDT,
a rMrrri

('A11l1U"S IN BRIEF.
-- il tIJI sby lr". Henri Haas and Al
fredl H. l'ovah will feature the meet-
i'ug of the Baotanical Journal club,_tc
be held niext 'Tuesday, at 8 :00 o'clock,
vii, room 106, south wing, University
1hall.
-Play inthe annual LUnioni bridge
tounrnamet w gill start at_ the lounger,
n ext. FIrid(ay night. Thirty memnbers
signe d up at the lounger last night,
and began practice with the partners
th ey will have in the tournament.
Ou -a&to 600 lPenmisy prograns tput on
Sale Tuesday, 4:50 have been sold. They
can be obtained from 'now on at the
IAnn' Arbor Press building.
--Ai iW.w sy sten of' tickets has beeni
airranred for the Saturday night mem-
bers hip dances at the Union. Hereaf-
. r a coupon will be detached from
('8Ch ti(:ket and given to the holder
who will be asked to present it }when-
ev er entering the hall. This is to
overcome misunderstandings that have
resulted in determining the original
ticket holders. There are a number of
tickets left for the dance tonight, and
nimbers who desire to attend are
uirged to get them early today.
- l'rof. Albert A. Stanley, of the School
of ,Music, will lecture on Occidental
-music before the meeting of the Chin-
rese Students' club this evening at 7:15
1o'clofk. A discussion on the differ-
ence between Occidental and Oriental
will follow vthe speech.
- _All1 vyoyils for oratoric al01' debat.
>>l, contests Must show eligibility
girds to the chairman of the commit-
tein Charge.
--Prof. Willioan C . Hoad, of thae eugi-
neering department, and Mr. Gardner
S. Wii's of Ann Arbor have been
appoi~inted as two of a committee of
isceen, which will prepare a national
wa-:ter law for the American society,
of civil engineers,
-1seorgeaIF. Sv ain, of the graduate
schkool, has taken a number of fine
p:hotog raphs of the recent chrysanthe-
mum ne_ hibtit in Memorial hail. There
are six different views of the flower,
larrangemrent, which will be placed- on
sale in the near future. The univer-
siyexpects to use the photos for
slidles in extension work.
---Piif. 'Thlomas C. rrueblo odg of tlic
oraitcry department, will be chairman
of thel, public speaking section of the
Na t ional Council of Teachers of Eng-
lish at their convention in Chicago on.
-: ovenbey 28. lie will go there from
Prieeport, Ill., where he is scheduled
to give a lecture-recital of "Hamlet"
on November 26.
--Thle tXellii debatig society will
meet this evening at 7:30 o'clock. The
surbject of debate is: "Resolved: That
tht commission form of government
is lireferable to the present system."
_A colyte"'shonorary 1ph1iloso)ph ical So.-
n4- 'i Ym .t ,.cnrS1 o x on in on Dr. R.

for beforehand.
1ris S. Olson, '16L, John Carmody, of
.'Detroit, and J. C. Chipman of Ann Ar-
bor, the parties arrested in cnnec-
t ion with last Saturdaiy night's riot on
Main street, will be arraigned in Jus-
tic e Thomas' court at 90:10 o'clock this
Smorning on a charge of creating a dis-
turbance on. the public streets. At-
storney Arthur :Brown of this city has
been retained as counsel for the de-
tfendants, and Prosecutor George J.
y Burke will represent the state.
e-(-totnplete seltedales fo1- classes ill
rhetoric have' been made and posted
iin west hall. The outlines give the
- c<ourses, hours,; instructors, and the
-ooms in which the classes are held.'
:Added to this is a list of the instruct-
rors and their respective consultation
*hours.
D-.b:┬░aani Sullivan, a student in Macelel-
(,izne_ ring, departmient, whose right
1hand was seriously burned by .anyex-
fplosion, wvill regain the use of his
1hand in a short time.
-I. S. blake, 'lap, is at present acting
head of the 'depa rtm ent of pharmacy
1at- Auburn, Alabama.
l -Prof. F. WV. KelIsy ill1 speak in tlhe
- Detroit-Museum of Art tonight, on "St.
? Peter and St. P-aul in Rome." Four ex-"
tension lectures were given last night.
lProf. R1. M. W'enley stoke in Alma' cn
"Clanging Amrerica"; Prof. W. H.
Hobbs, in Grand Rapids, on "Volcan-
os"; Prof. Reuben Peterson, in St.
.Joseph, on."The Rig hts of the Unborn
Ch~ild"; Prof. E. C. Case in Detroit.
--'fhe secondt Wright saxophone dance
was held last night at the Michigan
tUnioi. rThe dance was informal, and
was attended by about. 50 couples. M..
1and Mrs. Homner Heath and Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Bastian were the chaperon-
es.
ly below the standard set by last year's
-This year's -fresliman Mass. is slighit-
freshmien, according. to the physical
examinationis taken at the gymnasiuL'n
The height of the men is the most no-
ticeable measurement in which the
class 'shows a falling off from. those
of former years. f

J. B. EIBLER
109 W. Liberty Street
Across It-om Maick's s: de entrance
JE WELRY
Extensive, Stock at Rreasonabl e
hrice.
Watch Repairing, Skilicd and
Trustwortlhy. 0optical Supplt4 s
Eyes Scleutii rallIyFittest
I>D you realize within a few
weeks y'otm will. lea\ve f, r that
Chiritirn LisNvacatio)n ? D top in
.while down town and look over
our line of IAolidaty suggestions,
Michigan Pin-, Fob~i, Bars
"and Spoons
!Silver Purses and Mesh Bags
Vou will be impressed, with the
high qluaJity of goods at prices
that will appeal to )ou.

ANDi

Army Surgj
Pocket Se

SUDDEN DRUG

I30)2 S. STATE SITRE

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SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR,

GAS C OOKIP
For Fraternity and Club Hou:

Bargains
IN
Microscopes

,J. F.WUERTH Co

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Increases Cleanliness and Efffciency. Telephone for
Representati~'e to call and give you ex I.ert advice for your Kitchen Eq

Washteinaw Gas Con

Suits Cle.ianed and Pressed
an id repaired
Car. Mlain aid Hyron---Over Farmar's
and Mchanic's Bank.

WILLIAME IEE
FOR ld RLIV THE VARSIT TAILOR OF ANN ARMOR
wishes to announrce that he has opelltd a tailoring e
ment in Detroit at

To improve our telephioie service wi
wve installed a two phone system whbich
is compelled us to change our present
lone number 1550 to 21280.
Ann Arbor Taxicab Co.
300 N. Nair -Street

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'11'o TSalk on Foreign C'ustomns at Union
Prof. John ht. Allen of the engineer-
ing department, will be the speaker
on the Sunday afternoon program at
the Union tomorrow. His'subject will
be "Foreign Customs," as observed
during his stay abroad., In addition
there will be several musical numbers.
A trio consisting of Rt. A.: Parke.', '16,
cellc, NW. Fort, '15, piano and H. C.
Rumniecl, '14, violin, will render a fewy
selections. George Becker of the
school of music will sing. R. A. Park-
er will also give a cello so o.

94. WEST FORT STREET
With a Complete Line of
BRITISH AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS

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Electric-
Lighted,
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November 23rd. 1913
Newvork IralISC
Detroit toJ ksnie
Lv. Detroit 10:20 p.m. dl_.y L, 1Toledo,2:5)igt dily
Ar. Jacksonville 9D:20 a.m. 2- moningr
Tickets at JLOiW WINTE TOUR lISTFz; So al al
until April :30th, 1914. eunlmtJie1t 94
TO PITS IN
Mississipp i~,ePrvdneNwMeioNrtCr-
Slira, South Carolina, 'tieQ-uS,
For particulars const !
- icigan Ce..ntr l C
TicketAgent

C11(11\- , I-CL T, -II-11uk .uay 'evt *- i . vi 4
: 11. Slas, of the' philosophy depart-
iment, read a' paper, on "The Growth
of Justice." The n t meeting of the
;soi xi' ''ill be held December 2.
f --'o cls_3 'swill Meet onl rrhlln-igv.-
big; dayi, but regular sessions will be
;- smimned on Friday. Absences from
classes on the daybs preceding or fol-
lowing the vacation are treated by the
authorities with more than the usual
severity. Excuses will not be accept-
ead from students, but mist come from
tim leans of the departments. No ex-
uss vxill be given ou't except "upon-
salicitause, and should he 6applied
. W T h e r e 's g
GIlVING THE BEST
LEAST
Try us and k
i Everythinginteramo
Grinnell Bros., 12t

itus ---uuc 0f keys between _ Majes-
tic and Huston's and Cushing's.
Finder please return to Daily office.
F'ound--A Laughlin fountain pen wvith-
out cap in front of Press building.
fOwner miay have same by calling at
D~aily office and pay fom- ad.* 47
'Lost-Exchanged by mistake brown
Erain-coat at Football Smoker-. Phone
74f}4. 47
I Appotianment ('.omiitee pictures Sr.
rates at G. C. Maedel's down .town, 119
E. Liberty street. Phone 1911. 47-49
.ars of Success
a. Reasons
r VALUE FOR THE
MONEY
be convinced
if music Phone 1707
0-122 E. Liberty St.

Modern Methods give ome best re-
sults for printing and developing. Vis-
it our work room and see for your-
,,elf. . Lyndon. eod.
Liggett's Gilbert's and Fenway choc-,
olates in perfect condition. Edsill's
Rexall Drug Store, 122 S. Main St.
- tf
If you wtiant the best in chocolates,
try igg;ett's, Rdsill's R1exall Drug
Store, 122 So. Mlain St. eod
Best shoe shine, hiat cleaning and
'loeking next to Wagner's. tf
Night luniches delivered. Call 51-L,
301 S. State, Greene's Lunch Room.' tf

Genuine Martin Guita~rs and Mlar
!llns sold at Schaeberle & Son's Ml
,,House.
WE SELL ('001) CLOTHING
Suits at -$10.00-All wool.
Suits at $15.00-All wool, hand t
ored.
Suits at $20.00--Adler's Make
Style.
Suits at $25.00-Equal to Finest C
tom:,work.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES$ STOI
Main Street. -
W. N. Smith sells Victor' TypEw
ers. Second-hand Royals and Und
woods. 102 E. Huron, over Dawso
Call 2380-L for demonstration. S:
dents insurance 35 cents pier hundri

Special attentionY given to mny, College trad'e. The same prices
with Better Satisfaction and Better Workmnanship.
j DIETER LE-VARSITY TAILOR
W a-Maio u
The New Chinese. and Ameircan Restaurant
The Finest dishes of both nations,'served Iin the finest
style. Tables all on the first floor
Oriental Curios Chinese Tea
We solicit your patronage
611 E. Liberty St. Phone 1649-L
G. S. 0. CHENi, Prop.

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