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.THE MIICHIIGAN DAILY.

n. WILD CO.
rHE LEADING
R.CHANT TAILORS
We offer to you the
tailored suit possible
e most suitable price.
kmanship the best.
-y su~.it built to fit,
stock of w oolens of
iighest quality. The

Tecxt-Rooks
New and scoad11eai I all
DRAING
INSTRUMENTS
We callsave ycn nmoney by buying tlhe
Richter Brand.
LOG LOG SLIDE RULES
Ask to se ourSpecial $i.'5
FOUNTAIN PEN
I. Y. NOTE-BOOKS
The Original Loose-L eaf. All kinds of
Student' Supplies at
SHEEHAN &CO.

zst
to

assortment in' the
select from.

a fl. W lDCO
311 S. State St.
"ROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
I and Express Cars for, Detroit -7 :i0
.and hourly to 6 :1( p. in., also S8z
ars for Detroit--5:4o a. in., 6:o6 a. in.,
-very two hours to 6 :o6 p. I'., 7 :u6 1.,
:6p. mn., qo: inp. itl,, andlo0:45 p. tn.
psilanti only, 1it:15 P. mli::1:15 iP. All.
p. in., i,: ooa. tn,.
I Cars for Jackson -7 :46 a. in. and
two huts t0 7 :46 P, .n.
ars for Jackson- -5:[a a. in., 6:51 a. tn.,
very two hours to 6:,t h. in., also 9:20z

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STUDENTS' RBOHTORE
Ifti's $25,00,,
or so, you care to
N, V pay for clothes, by
- all means have them
~tailored 'to order by
~AA~Edv rice
,Five hundred hand-
J' ~somle Autumn and
aV~R Winter Woolens to
select from.

TYPEWRITERS
N~ew, rebuilt, andt second-
hand, for sale or rent
M~y Rental Sale Proposition
Will Save You Money
TYPE WRITING
f0. D. MOR~RILL'
® Over Baltimore I,UnCh

" THE~ MICHIGAN DAILY
Officia newspaper- at thc I Unieriy o M.4 \
PubIlis~hed ievey mon Il Igexcept l onday Vdr-
11o, the0univers 1it y ycl'.
I';ittred at the Thustoliee at Ann Arbor, .\I ch-
-ig-an under .Act of C{titres., of AMarch 3;
15879
Wf)ices in Arlor IPress$ IBuildi ng.
Sub:script ion 1 'niec 13 y carrier, $2.v ; by
" at A mail $.oo.,I
Want AdStatons:JPress, Buildin; Quarry
(% 11. Dey avis. Cr. IPack rd
Phone, i :Bell, 96o
M\aii ice l'uhile ............\lMa a~ing lrditor'
.\'dlua u0ohson ..............Itbusiess l alager
FRID)AY, OCTOBER 3, 193.
Night Editor-B13. Fayr
Editorial -wri~4trs eet '''tactheDaily
office at 1:30 )today.
All mjemblers and tyouts o Buine41ss
as fternIooIL
Importantt nicng of all tryoutls in-
('iudillg thle men xi ho ha~ve not m1ade
the stuff, this adernioalat 4:041 o'clock.
TANGO OR WHAT?
The Michigan Union is about to crit-
icize the dissipations of the 'Tango.
Mind you the dissipations o the Tan-
go, not the Tango itsel. The differ-cistedfrnebtonlaad
law lessness.
By adopting [the "mniddle course''
and placing- the responsibility upon01
the student, the Board of Dirctor
chose the, wise course. That the Tan-
go can be (one decently has been vin-
dicated by the National Dancing Mas-
ters' Association. The real Tango
must be danced as follows according
to the rules laid dlown by te experts:
Position: Exactly the sae as that
of the waltz.
Partners , should be a least six
inches apart.
Arms should e extended and elbows
bent.
Dancers should not pomp or swing
their arms.
There should be no movements of
the hips or the shoulders.
SPORTSMAN S111.
Even those sophomores who hve
wagedl a guerilla warare u1pon the
freshmen during the East few nights
have cause to restrain themselves to-
night. For years the underclassmen
have declared a truc e on the first Fri-
day night of the university session.f
The object is to enacouragte the fresh-
men to attend the first mass meeting.
This year circumstances have pre--
vented the mass meeting. But an
event of like nature has been prepar-
Cel by the Michigan Union. The pur-
pose of the meetings are much the
same. The freshmen will be formally
welcomedl into the univ ersity and will
have an opplortu~nity to experience the
"1get-to-gether" spirit that pervaes
Michigan.
A good beginning has much to do
with. future success. IDo't we owe
the freshmen a fair chance to show
their mettle?
Ch'lorall Union l1eheiifals.
In preparation for the two special
conlcerts which are to be given in 1-ill
,auditoriuim October 30 and 31 for the
benefit of tile'State Teachers' Associa-
tion which convenes here at that time,

IFRED W, GROSS
Exclusive Local Dealer 1 23 E. Liberty

I ~chCOLLAR
xA Graceful High
Band Notch Collar
2 for 25 cts.
Cluett, Peabody & Co., Inc. Makers
dates have been set for tryouts and
rehearsals for both the Choral Union
antd the Symphony orchestra.
Professor Stanley will hold chorus
tryouts for, new members at the school
of music at the following hours:
Fr'iday, October 3-At 1:00 and 4:00.
Saturday, October 4-At 11:00.
Monday, October 6-At 1:00.
Tuesday, October 7-At 1:00 and
4:00.
Wednesday, October 8-At 1:0GO and
4:00.
Thursdaty, October 9-At 1 :00 and
4:00
Friday, October 10-At 1:00 and
4: 00.
'rho first rehearsal for the chorus,
which will offer: as its contribution
two works by Gounod, will be held
'Tuesday evening, October 7, at 7:00
o'clock sharp. All former members
who wish to retain their places for the
coming year must report p~romnptly at
that time. A membership of $1.50 is
required and a dleposit of $1.50 for the
music. This deposit will be returned
to mlembers when the music is brought
back at the end of' the seasonL.
For the orchestra, Mr. Samuel P.
Lockwood will conduct a tryout for
new men at the school of music on
Friday, October 3 at 7 :30 o'clock. The
first rehearsal will take place at the
school of music Sunday at 2:30.
For Lab. supplies and Shop tools
ry Wahr's University Bookstore. 1-5
Buy Laboratory Supplies at Good-
year's D)rug SMore, 10 Main St. They
pay you to come down town. 1-12
WE SELL G~OOD) 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
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. Ail interested are
urged to come, as rehearsals will start
on Sunday next. S. P. Lockwood. 1-4
Football Goods a specialty at Wahr's
University Bookstore. 1-5

State St.

CD.O0. !COOPER
A Full Line of
Fresh and Salt Meats
Poultry and Fish
109 E. Area St. Phaone 680,

mor
a6ny,
Withstanding Every Com-
parison-O-turs is the Best
Popular Priced Tailoring in
America

T~X* ooks

For all Departments.

Seoond"Hand Books in great quantities.

r

Drawing Instruments and
1Engineer's Supplies
Loose-Leaf Note Books of all sorts. Fonuntain Pees, etc., etc.
Mlake our stores your headquarters.

WAH K'S
UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORES

$17.50 to

$25

Main St.

We show none but thoroughly good dependa-
able fabrics---and the Fit, Style and Workman-
ship of our garments are guaranteed in every

4.

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Everybody Kcis
the 01de Mission Shop

TI'he.

way.

Cream Soda-The Best'
Lunches-M'ost Delicious
Home-Made Candies-Delightful
313 SOUVTH STATE STIREET

We can save you $10.00 to $15.00. on your
Suit or Overcoat this fall. Step in and let us
show you how we do it.
All garments fitted to you before finishing.
Thy QuliyEilr

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'AlLORS TO MFN

OUR SPEiCIAL $30.00 SUITS
HAVE
QUALITY that
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209 E. Liberty St.

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I N University Ave.

HNY

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Myles Cloth Shop

I Pure Drugs

P1ine Tailorinlg aild Desigllillg
For the College Trade.

R. D. Kinne S. W. Clarkson htarrison Soule
President Cashiier V. President
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Ann Arbor. Mich.
Capital $ioo,ooo.
Surplus and Profits, $65,ooo.
Tlhe Proper Place to
Take Your Lady
Friend'
for .Dinner, Luncheon or Ref resh-
V ments is

Everything in

Toilet Articles
and Brush --s.

We have a very complete
he Fall Trade, in the most
ou are invited. Respectfully,
07? E. Williams St.
Seoond Floor
IAnn Arbor Savings Bank
}Stock $3oo,o0o Surplus $i00,000
Resources $3,000,000
eneral Banking Business Transacted4
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an, Vice-Precs., Ar. (. Fritz, Ca- i ((en

fashionable colors.{
. Myles

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MdACK"S
TEA'-ROOM

Fountain Pens

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Quarry Drug Co.
The Druggists on the Corner

Combines seclusion. with culinary
perfection. Service a la carte.
Open 8 a. 11n. to 5 p. in. on Satur-
clays till 9 p.,nm. Orchestra Satur-
days.
SECOND FLOOR
Mack &Co.
MAIN STREET

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Choi a Cut Flowers
Flne lot of Palms and Ferns for Dlecorating
,r 12th Stand S. Uiniv. Ave. Phone 1 15

Are you in line for a Fall Suit or Overcoat? Come
in and, let us show you our stock of Fall WVoolens.
The latest shades in fancy suitings. The Only
Tailrs that make High Class Clothes at Popular
Prices.
All Clothes Made by us WilI Be Kept Pressed
Free of Charge for One Year.
KRUSCH& P RACH'T, 117 E. LIBERTY

SHOE REPAIRS?
FIRST CLASS :SHOE REPAIRING
JOHN H. LAMBERT
613 EAST WILLIAM
Ottilial shoe Dlotor to Michigan's -
Football Team

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