Just Re-eived Anothr rShipmett of
In the solid colors
a distinction about
-ein Bloch Clothes-
that stamps their Quality and
Style as Superior. The prices are
no higher than clothes not nearly
Our MACKINAWS the talk of
Gloves in all grades, unlined and fur, wool and silk lined, priced
from $1.00 to $5.00.
,,Don't put off getting yt ur Mackinaw, Underwear, %iloves, Toque
or Muffler until the last moment,-get them now before the (ame
TINKER & CO Cor. STATE Tand
Furnishers and Hattersr
They are designed, cut and tai
the finest and most expert workme
L. ..business. Better styles, fit and we
ship than you get elsewhere.C
~'Y wmore, but worth a lot more. Try ti
you will see.
Adler Rochester Clot
6 Prices $18 to $30
All the new things for .fall await y
All correct sliades in Gloves, v,
$r.ao and up.
THE BIG STORE, PHONE
Real Value for Your Money
BARGAINS IN HOSIERY
SATISFACTION HOSE that need no guarantee. Silk Hose, Cashmere Nose, Child-
ren's Hose from 10* to 25c. Also a good line of Men's Soaks, sure to give satis-
H. S. Pinney & Con
614 E. Liberty St. The Store Where a Dollar Does Its Duty
Schilanderer & Seyfried
Visit the Newest and
DRY GOODS STORE
I line of "M" Goods
s the Rest, Try the Best
Fresh home-made candies, crackerjack
and fountain drinks at
C'S $13 E. Liberty
124 South Main Street
CHICAGO, Nov. 21.-Special-Stu-
dent organizations at the University of
Chicago have gone on record as fav-
oring the establishment of an honor
court. The proposition as submitted
to the fraternities and other campus
societies received support from 22 out
of 30 instructed delegates at a meeting
held -last week. Four organizations
want a vote of the student body taken,
before any further action is commenc-
ed, and then if the court is approved,
it is suggested that it be tried for one
year before becoming a permanent in-
Scalpers took advantage of the
large demand for tickets to the Chica-
go- Wisconsin game and by Wednes-
day had secured a corner on all space
in the stands. After that time the
university had no reserve seats for
sale and prices advanced rapidly to
$7.50 and $10.00 per seat. As space
in the Chicago stand became scarce
blocks of tickets on the Wisconsin
side made their appearance on the
streets from unknown sources.
All campus activities will be rep-
resented at a pageant to be given De-
cember 1 by the women of the univer-
sity in honor of Mr. La Verne Noyes
the donor of the new women's gymna-
sium. The new building which is to
be called the Ida Noyes Memorial will
NOTED FRENCH CRITiC WILL
SPEAK ON FRENCH SCULPTURE
M. Paul Vitry, curator of medieval
and modern sculpture in the museum
of the Louvre, Paris, will lecture un-
der the auspices of the department of
fine arts on "Contemporary French
Sculpture" in Sarah Caswell Angell
hall at 8:00 o'clock, Monday evening.
M. Vitry is an authority in Europe
as a critic and historian of art. His
specialty is French art and French
sculpture, but he has also had consid-
erable influence in the field of decorat-
ive art. In recognition of his services,
he was recently elected president of
the French society of Decorative Art-
ists. He is the author of a number
of works on art, and is also editor and
contributor to important continental
Health Service ]teports 5, 12ases.
Surpassing the most optimistic ex-
pectations by an increase in attend-
ance of 25 per cent over the previous
week, the University health service
reports a total of 552 cases for the
past week up to and including yester-
day. These were all office calls, and
were for the most part of minor im-
portance, although a number of min-
or surgical operations were perform-
The prescriptions given out at
infirmary are being filled at room
chemistry building .
lichigan Jewelry and Souvenirs
Pins Spoons Novelties
Fobs Tie Clips Rings
Special-Sterling Silver University of Michigan seal tea
Haller Jewelry Co.
306 S. State St. Phone 534
Matinees 2 P. M.; 3:30 P. M.
Evenings 6:30; 8.00; 9:30 P. M.
Adults - - - 1c
Children - - 5c
The House of Features'
A NO TH E R BIG F0EATVRE
MONDAY AND TVESDAY NOV. 24-25
"THE'- LAST DAYS OF POMPEII
Junior Engineers to xive Dinner.
Junior engineers will give their
first dinner of the year at the Union.
Monday at 6:00 o'clock. The commit-
tee expects to get Dean M. E. Cooley
and Prof. David Friday, of the econom-
ics department to speak.
J. W. Raynsford, captain of the 1914
football team, K. S. Baxter, and A. T.
Ricketts, class president, will also
give short talks. H. C. Rood will pre-
side as toastmaster.
Nov. 23.-Bishop Charles D. Williams
at the Episcopal church at 7:45
Nov. 23.-Bishop Charles D. Williams
of Detroit will speak to the women
in Newberry hall at 4:30 o'clock.
Nov. 24.-M. Paul Vitry on "Contem-
porary French Sculpture" in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall at 8:00 o'clock.
Nov. 25.-Home club concert by the
combined Glee and Mandolin clubs
in Hill auditorium.
Union faculty membership cam-
paign committee members meet up-
stairs at Union, 4:30 o'clock, this af-
Choral Union uslfers report at west
door, Hill1 auditorium, Tuesday even-
ing at 7:00 o'clock, for Glee and Man-
dolin club concert.
Astronomy 3 meets Tuesday at 11:00
o'clock a. in., room 109 Tappa-n hall.
All Cleveland students meet at the
Union Monday evening at 7:00 o'clock.
Mandolin club will practice this
afternoon at 3:00 o'clock at the Delta
Upsilon house, and tomorrow evening
at 6:30 o'clock in the north wing.
There will be no men's gymnasium
classes on Thursday and Friday of
this week. Thanksgiving makes
Thursday classes impossible, and the
Friday sections are excused t keep
the work of the classes even.
Lost-Bunch of keys between Majes-
tic and Huston's and Cushing's.
Please return to Daily office.
Wanted-Experienced touch type-
writer operator; stenographer pre-
fered, to do typewriting and general
office work. In answering, state ex-
perience you have had, typewriter
used, hours you can give to such
work, rate per hour and college De-
partment. Address stenographer,
Care Michigan Daily. 48
Wanted-Student to take room with
another in a modern house with all
modern accommodations. Location
on North Ingalls St. four blocks
from campus. Call Pitken, 366.
R. A. Dolph Funeral Director, suc-
cessor to O. M. Martin. Business es-
tabished in 1857. Private ambulance.
Phone 98. eod
S TUDENTS wearing glasses or
Sfeeling 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 al1
who demand accurate eye examinations,
made without loss of time or inconven-
ience of having muscles paralyzed by
E. H. Arnold, optometrist with Arnold
& Co , is a recognized leader in advanced
optomietrical work. His complete office
equ pment combined with shop facilities
to grind lernses, together with years of
,experienee as refractionist and optician,
make his Optical System the logicat
place to buy glasses.
Arnold Optioal System
220 South Main Street
At a special price $50--the b<
.material used in this arrx-
of is the
406 DETROIT STR
The Link between Collegea
on State Street
We Serve Hot Li
All suits kept pressed free for one year.
FORMEFRLY THE VARSITY TAILOR OF ANN ARBOR
wishes to announce that he has opened a tailoring e
ment in Detroit at
94 WEST FORT STREET
With a Complete Line of
BRITISH AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS
Special attention given to my College trade. The same
with Better Satisfaction and Better Workmanship.
DIETERLE 'VARSITY TAIL(
The New Chinese and Ameircan Restaur
The Finest dishes of both nations, served in the finest
style. Tables all on the first floor
CrietaI Curios Chinese Tea
We solicit your patronage
611 E. Liberty St. Phone 164
G. S. O. ClHEN, Prop.
Four - Parts - Four
People -1000 - People
Produced at a cost of $100,000
Special music for this great historical Photo
Play-Always a feature at the house of features
Although no cases of diphtheria
have yet come to his attention, Dr.
Cummings emphasizes the importance
of having all students experiencing
throat trouble report at the infirmary
at once in order that an epidemic may
The great volume of cases handled
at the infirmary has made the services
of a trained nurse necessary, so Mrs.
M. Robinson, of New York city, has
and been appointed for the work.
Appointment Committee pictures Sr.
rates at G. C.Maedel's down town, 119
E. Liberty street. Phone 1911. 47-49
Best shoe shine, hat cleaning and
blocking next to Wagner's. tf
Night lunches delivered. Call 51-L,
301 S. State, Greene's Lunch Room. tf
Genuine,Martin Guitars and Mando-
lins sold at Schaeberle & Son's Music
W. H. 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.
WE SELL GOOD CLOTHING
Suits at $10.00-All wool.
Suits at $15.00-All wool, hand U
Suits at $20.00-Adler's Make.
Suits at $25.00-Equal to Finest C
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STO
Madras, sunfast chintz
at Martin Haller's.
Good Eastman Kodaks
per day. Lyndon.
for rent, 10c
are right in style a
p'ice. Leather or ru
Ladies' $3.50 to $5.00 per I
rien's $4.00 to $6.00 per j
You can buy films many places, but
you pay the same here for Fresh East-
man Kodak films. Lyndon. Wed eod
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.
Thirty-TWo Years of Success
There's a Reason !
GIVING THE BEST VALUE FOR THE
Try us and be convinced
Everything In the realm of music Phone 1707
Grinnell Bros., 120-122 E. Liberty St.
119 E. Liberty St.
p.M M MMNW
EDEL, GIE Appointment Committee Rates
119 Liberty Str