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0 DRESS SHIRTS

Two and three dollars each

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Bloch Clothes
amps their Quality and
Superior. The prices are
er than clothes not nearly

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Jimat received u. new a ssortn% eftt of
James Keisers, Imp. Ties
Priced at fifty cents

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They are designed, cut and '
the finest and most expert works
business. Better styles, fit and
ship than you get elsewhere.
more, but worth a lot more. Try
you will see.

r TI KER & CO*Cor. STATE and
WILLIAM STRELTS
Furnishers and Hatters

MACKINAWS the talk of

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Styleplus, $17

Apfel & Company

I Value for Your Money

IN HOSIERY

: need no guarantee. Silk Hose, Cashmere Hose, Child-
Also a good line of Men's Sooks, sure to give satis-
Pinney & Co.
'he Store Where a Dollar Does Its Duty

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Visit the Newest and
Up-to-Date

DRY GOODS STORE
Royal Worcester
AND
Bon-Ton Corsets
OUR LEADERS

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CAMPUS IN BRIEF
--The Mieldigan Union canmpaign for
membership among the faculty men is
being continued by the membership
committee, in an effort to add several
hundred names to the 1913-14 books.
The faculty membership already ex-
ceeds that of last year, but with more
than 50 men on the faculty who were
members last year and have not yet
bought tickets this year, the
committee hopes to raise the
roll considerably. There are 20
men on the committee, and in
the campaign every non-Union mem-
her of the faculty will be approached.
The Union register now totals 2,741,
and the committee expects to raise the
list to 3,000 before the end of the sem-
ester.'
--''icket for the four remaining sen.
ior lit dinners are on sale at $2.00 by
the following committeemen: Robert
Sturtevant, Waldo Fellows, Herbert
Wilkins, Gaylord Chizum and Leo Bur-
nett.By purchasing course tickets,
men of the '14 class, may buy tickets
to the dinner-dance on December 17
without special charge. The remain-
ing dinners will be given December 17,
February 19, March 19, and April 23.
-I'he board of directors of the Corda-
Fratres Cosmopolitan club will hold
its monthly meeting, at 6:00 o'clock
tomorrow evening at 611 East Liberty
street. Plans for sending delegates to
the national convention of the Amer-
ican Associated Cosmopolitan clubs to
be held in Iowa City during Christmas,
securing a speaker for the lecture
course, and making provisions for the
"Cosmopolitan Student," will be form-
ulated.
-Work is progressing rapidly on the
new contagion ward addition to the
University hospital. If there are no
unlooked for delays, the building will
be ready for occupancy by March 1,
,1914.
--Reg lair gyfinasinu classes for men
will be resumed on Monday. Trainer
Farrell will talk to the freshmen in
these classes in an effort to arouse in-
terest in the indoor track season, for
which the men are now starting train-
ing,
-Drs. W. 0. Pickard and W. Gra melyt
of the Homeopathic hospital staff, and
George Shoemaker and F. R. Loomis,
both homeopathic students, left last
evening for Chicago, where they will
be delegates to the convention of the
Pi Upsilon Rho fraternity, now being
held there.
-Spokane club held a social get-to-
gether Wednesday evening. Dr. Arnold
Eggerth, of the medical department,
gave a short talk and Albert Schrimpf,
'15, and Richard Munter, '16, spoke

All Catholic students are invited to at-
tend.
-Kentucky club held its annual
Thanksgiving day banquet, at the Un-
ion last evening. Professor H. C. An-
derson, of the engineering department,
who was slated to speak, was unable
to attend. V. K. Kelley, '14L, acted as
toastmaster, and J. B. Helm, '14L,
E. C. Foltz, '15E, and W. K. Miller, '15,
spoke.
-Alphai Nn will hold its regular meet-
ing this evening at 6:30 o'clock. R.K.
Immel, of the oratory department, will
speak.
--fore pltlients have been cared for
by the University hospital, this fall,
than during any other period in the
history of the institution. Many times
there has been a long waiting list of
those who were unable to gain admis-
sion to the hospital
_The lack of lockers in Waterman
gymnnasium may interfere with the
opening of the interclass basketball
season. The demand this year has
been greater than every before, and
it has been found necessary to order
200 new lockers, which will not be
ready for use until after the Christ-
mas vacation.
-Tickets for the Union membership
dance Saturday night at the Union,
are on sale at the desk today. More
than 20 had been sold last night. The
committee in charge consists of Robert
Sturtevant, '14; chairman, H. J. Trum,
'14E, and Walter Reichle, '16E. Dr.
W. D. Moriarty of the engineering de-
partment, and Mrs. Moriarty will
chaperone the party.
--Bricklaying at the new power house
sub-station was commenced Wednes-
day. The wall on the north side of
the building has been completed up
to a height of three feet, and the frame
work for the door on the north side
has been set. The walls are 18 inches
thick.
--Nearly 100 couples attended the
matinee dance at the Michigan Union
yesterday afternoon. The -chaperones
were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Finch and
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Bradley.
-Senior lits will hold of combined
dinner-dance at the Michigan Union
Wednesday night, December,17. Tick-
ets will go on sale next week at $1.25,
admitting to both events for men who
hold course dinner tickets, and others
will be charged 60 cents additional
for the dinner. Tickets for the dance,
without the dinner, will sell for 75,
cents per couple. The dinner-dance

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-
iencee of having muscles paralyzed by
drugs.
E. 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 withi years of
experience as refractionist and optician,
make his Optical System the logical
place to buy glasses.
Arnold Optical System
220 South Main Street

All Wfe Ki
of is the B
ROWE'S LAUI
406 DETROIT ST
The Link between Colleg
TUTTL
on State Streel
We Serve Hot

THE BIG STORE,

Neckwear,
Trousers.

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All the new things for fall await
in Men's Furnishings. Every v
and pattern, includig the fami
hattans, at $r.>O, $2.00, and $2.50.
All correct shades in Gloves,
$i.oo and up.

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Phone 1000
124 South Main Street

welry and Souvenirs
oons Novelties
Tie Clips Rings
ver University of Michigan seal teas
spoon $1.25
r Jewelry Co.
Phone 534

At a special price $50-the
material used irn this gari
Max Krutsch
Varsity Tailor
All suits kept pressed free for one year.

117 Eas

SHOE REPAIRS?

FIRST CLASS SHOE REPAIRING
JOHN H. LAMBERT{
613 EAST WILLIAM
Offtical Shoe Doctor to Michigan's
Football Team

WAI KING I
Come Up and Try
eorge's Chop Si
Delicious Chinese and American
341 South ,State Strek t Phol

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You fellows know what that means
We've been very successful i this
regard with Fatima Cigarettes. By
the way, these cigarettes were first
sold in the college towns-and you
agreed with us that they were good.
Then we put out for the big race,
to make Fatimas of nation-wide rep-
utation, and today more are sold than
any other cigarette in this country.
No purer, or more carefully chosen
tobacco grows than that in Fatimas.
We purposely put them in a plain
inexpensive wrapper-in this way
we can afford quality tobacco, and
twenty of the smokes for 15 cents.
Now your college crew is of utmost
importance to you -so is a good
cigarette, and it's your aim in life
to keep Fatimas in the lead-right
up to their good quality-right up
to where you first found them, and
will always find them.
Success fellows! You started this,
cigarette on its successful career-
and you pull a strong oar-all over
this country.

Wanted-Twenty-five extra men for
Henry W. Savage's production of'
"Everywoman." Apply at stage en-I
trance of Whitney theatre, Friday
at 12:00 o'clock. 50-52
Wanted-Twenty-five extra women for
Henry W. Savage's production of
'Everywoman."' Apply at stage en-
tran c of hitney theatre, Friday at
12:00 o'clock. 50-52
Best shoe shine, hat cleaning and
blocking next to Wagner's. tf
WE SELL GOOD CLOTHING
Suits at $10.00-All wool.l
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

Genuine Martin Guitars and M
lins sold at Schaeberle & Son's I
House.
W. H. Smith sells Victor Typ6
ers. Second-hand Royals and U
woods. 102 E. Huron, over Daw
Call 2380-L for demonstration.
dents insurance 35 cents per hur
Another shipment of black and
soft hats just received. Wagm
Co.; State St.
Night lunches delivered. Call
301 S. State, Greene's Lunch Roo:
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Dolph, Ft
Directors, best equipment in thE
Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone
You can buy films many place
you pay the same here for Fresh
man Kodak films. Lyndon. We

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for the club, will be the principal social event or
-Catholic students club will dance the 1914 class.
this evening in St. Thomas hall. Spe-
cial music will feature the occasion, For Sale-Victrola and records, $17.
and formality will be dispensed with. New. 904 Oakland, 652-L. 52
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NEW SONGS

"As the Years Roll By"
"I'll Return to You Again"
"You're the Idol of My Heart"
They are rich in sentiment and music. 10 cents per copy
Our Chrfstmas stock of musical goods has arrived.
GRINNELL BROTHERS
120-122 E. Liberty St. Phone 1707

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len and Women
are right in style
price. Leather or
ber soles.
Ladies' $3.50 to $3.00 pe
l'ien's $4.00 to $6.00 pe

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Our Men's Furnishing Dept.
Carries everything that is strictly
HIGH CLASS AND FASHIONABLE
We are Headquarters for all kinds of Class Toques.
MACK & CO.

119 E. Liberty St.

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