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Have You Tried

Have you looked at our
winter footwear and' our
arge assortrnent of house
;lippers? We have rub=
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Our New Chocolate at the Fountain ?

The powder'costs us twice as much per pound as any other
kind and"o"rs is the o"y fountain where you can get it, hot or
cold.
We are willing to pay the price for the sake of having the best.

Society Brand Clothes
Have "that different air" of dis-
tinction that places them in a 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 the
flange heels.

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Calkins' Pharmacy
324 South State Street

Gilmore Shoe Store

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O INTEREST TO WOMEN.
(Edited by Stylus.)
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119 S. Main Street

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yesterday, today
a n d likely to-
morrow almost ev-
ery store, big and
little, will scream
"We've got the
best!" Just sup-
pose you take a
look at Wadhams
Co. 'Suits, Over-
coats, Mackinaws,
Hats, Caps and
Furnishings.

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Ten or fifteen university women are
t.- f: in part of the del.- Lation of fli t
fj1 A nn Arbor to the great Christ-
ja'. a t cciation converlinel to be el d
it g ; as City :n December. iis c""i-
e eitien is the most important even:
in the association work during a four
years' college course. Representa-
tives from all colleges and universities
in the United States will be present,
and the convention itself is und-r tbes
leadershin of John R. Matt, who chose
this great work in prXcc to ac-
cepting an ambassadorship from Pres-
ident Wilson.
In order that the university wom-
en may learn more about this work
and its great possibilities, the usual
Sunday afternoon meeting, at 4:30
o'clock in Newberry hall, will be de-
voted this week to a discussion of the
plans and purposes of the convention.
All university women are earnestly
urged to attend. A social hlour with
refreshments will follow the meeting.
A late communication from the Uni-
versity of Indiana tells of the success-
ful work done by a council compos-
ed of sorority chaperones, and land-
ladies of women's houses, together
with the dean of women. It has been
suggested that such a "council of
mothers" at the University of Michi-
gan would fill a long felt need. If the
cooperation of the women's physician
could' be obtained, such a council
might be made instrumental in world
ing out improvements which could
make for ideal living conditions for
university women.

DHA S( Q
121-123 South Main Street

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idable ha-
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A. MARQUARDT

dare

tailoring

with the Eastern Edison Electric com-
pany, through Professor B. F. Bailey
of the engineering faculty. Thesepla-c-
es beside being lucrative, furnish the
students with valuable experience.
-"The Relation of Science and Relig-
ion" is the subject of Prof. Thomas M.
Iden's lecture to be delivered at the
Bible Chairs building, at 6:30 o'clock,
Tuesday. More than 24 students are
attending the course, which will be
repeated at some afternoon hour, if
sufficient interest is shown.
-Supper will be served by the Girl'
ciub of the Episcopal church in Harris
hall at 5:30 o'clock, Tuesday. Lois C.
Douglas at 1811-J has charge of sell-
ing tickets at 25 cents each.
--Rev. Theodore Shmale, of Pit -
burg, Pa., will be the speaker on te
Union Guild series at 7.45 o clock
Sunday evening. The services are to
be held in the Bethlehem vanieical
church, located on South Fourth ave-
nue, between Williams and Iackard
streets.
-Change of venue in -the famous Wlin-
nan graft case in Detroit, may bring
the proceedings to the Washtenaw
county circuit court. A venire of.450
talismen has been exhausted without
the selection of a jury in the proceed-
ings against the alderman.
-Griffins will give a dunce at Gran-
ger's Friday, December 6. A number of
feature dances will be in the proram.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bassett will chap-
erone.
-Ralph C. Taggart, '97, read a paper
on "Time Ananlysis in Starting Heat-
ing Apparatus" at the last semi-an-
nual meeting of the American Soci-
ety of Heating and Ventilating Engi-
neers.
-Catholic students club held its sec-
ond dance of the year, last evening,
in St. Thomas hall. Fifty couples
were present.
-The last rehearsal of the Comedy
club, before the final selections of the
principals of the casts are made, will
be held in Sarah Caswell Angell hall,
at 9:00 o'clock this morning.
---lemnbers of the Dominion club will
hold their first social get-together on
Thursday, December 4, at the Michigan
Union, in the form of a dinner. All
students from Canada are invited.
-Yo action was taken by the stu-
dent committee, representing the hon-
orary campus societies and classes,
yesterday regarding the closing of
dances at midnight. Due to lack of
a quorum, the meeting was postponed
until Monday at 4:00 o'clock at the
Union.
-Several university students took
part last night in Henry W. Savage's
production of Everywoman at the
Whitney theatre. They filled minor
roles, appearing in a street scene in
one of the acts. The Everywoman
company is one of the largest in the
country, with a troupe of about 70,
but it was necessary to advertise for
25 more women and 25 more men for
the performances of last night and
tonight. Women did not respond in
large enough numbers, but there were
sufficient men to take their places.

JEWELRY
Extensive Stock at Reasonable
Prices.
Watch Repairing, Skilled and
Trustworthy. Optical Supplies
Eyes Sclentilically Fitted
Do you realize within a few
weeks you willeleave for that
Christmas vacation ? , Drop in
while down town andlook over
our line of Holiday suggestions.
Michigan Plus,Fobs, Bars
and Spoons.
Silver Purses and Mesh Bags
You will be imupressed with the'
high quality of goods at prices
that will appeal to you.

Army Surgtic
Pocket Sets

SU.BN N TRUG
I302 S. STAT E STIR

J B. EIBLER
109 w. Liberty Street
Across from Mack's side entrance

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SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR

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CO OKIN

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For Fraternity and Club Houses

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Increases Cleanliness and Efficiency. Telephone fc
Representative to call and give you expert advice for your Kitchen I
ment.

AND

Washtenaw Gas Com

free) shows M
y purchasing PMARK
hietic Goods N
rthe above kFG-I~NTo
lar-yol will
ractice true economy.
A. G. Spaldidg & Bros.
dward Ave.

Suits Cleaned and Pressed
and repaired
Core Main and Huron---Over Farmer's
and Mechanic's Bank.

Now.

NOTICE
To improve our telephone service we
ve installed a two phone system, which
i compelled us to change our present
)ne number 1550 to 2280.

There is a similar need at Michi-
gan for the organization into a coun-
cil of the presidents of all women's
societies such as the women's league,
Y. W. C. A. and Mortar Board. It
would seem that an organization of
this kind ought to promote closer
unity of feeling and a better spirit of
cooperation in the work that is to be
done on the campus.
An enjoyable children's party was
given by the women's league in Bar-
bour gymnasium yesterday afternoon.
Seniors and freshmen alike put off
their college dignity and romped with
youthful glee. Children's games and
dancing formed the entertainment. A
large number was present.
Senior society will entertain the
new senior women at an informal par-
ty this afternoon in Newberry ha 1.
Several faculty women will be pres-
Ient.

WILLIAM E. DIETERI
FORMERLY THE VARSITY TAILOR OF ANN ARBOR
wishes to announce that he has opened a tailoring esta
ment in Detroit at

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

Ann Arbor Taxicab Co.
300 N. (lain Street

Special attention given to my College trade. The same
with Better Satisfaction and Better Workmanship.
. DIETERLE-VARSITY TA]

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JSE OF FEATURES
er Reel Featuvre
SDAYD ec. 1=2

flhI"an illustrated
FOR M EN booklet des-
FOR MEN treatmnut for a
safety razor blades, making one blade
last a lifetime and 'be getter than when
purcha'ed. Sentonreceiptof 25c in coin.
CLAUDE WOLFE, Howard City, Mich.

CAMPUS iN BRIEF..

"UIERSlITY CALEND)ARI.

Nov. 30.-E. C. Mercer at the Majes-
tic theatre at 6:30 o'clock.

Nov. 29.-Soph lit Recuperation
ty in Bar'bour gymnasium at
o'clock.
Dec. .-1.916 medic dinner.

Par-
2:30

-Lester F. Rosenbaum, '14, managing
editor of The Gargoyle, has announced1
that all copy for the Food Number off
the humor magazine must be in by1
December 2.
-Most of the 290 prospective teachers
enrolled by the appointment commit-
tee have already had their pictures,
taken. Those who have not must do
so immediately, in order to take ad-t
vantage of the special rates offered
by the photographers.c
-Several students in the engineering.
department have secured positions

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VI7VERSITV NOTICES
Junior and fresh dental laboratories
will be closed on Saturday afternoons.
The public dental clinic will also be
discontinued at that time.
Fresh engineers will hold a smoker
at the Union on December 2.

Pennsylvania smoker committeemen
meet at the Union this morning at
9:00 o'clock to arrange for the'smo-
ker, Monday evening.
Jeffersonian soctety will nominate
officers for the next term at its reg-
ular meeting tonight, which is sched-
uled to begin at 7:30 o'clock.
Junior medics will fix a date for
their class football smoker at a meet-
ing in the west amphtiheatre at 11:00
o'clock this morning.
WE SELL GOOD 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-
.om work.
kLLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main Street. tf
Genuine Martin Guitars and Mando-
ins sold at Schaeberle & Son's Music
douse. tt

Dec. 1.-Penn men smoker.
Dec. 1.-Twilight organ recitall
Earl V. Moore in Hill auditorium
4:15 o'clock.

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 hun
Modern Methods give me bes
sults for printing and developing
it our work room and see for
self. Lyndon. - .
Dance at Granger's tonight 50
couple. Mrs. Ross Granger is i
Academy at all the assemblies
there.
Liggett's Gilbert's and Fenway
ates in perfect condition. E
Rexall Drug Store, 122 S. Main St
Best shoe shine, hat cleaning
blocking next to Wagner's.
Lost-Black, folding wallet conta
$2.25. Finder please return to I
ard Hallowell and receive rew
310 E. Liberty St. Phone 905-3
Wanted-Rooms for three stud
Suite preferred. Call Martin 15

by
at

DANIEL FROHMAN presents
MRS. FISKE
America's Most Distinguished Artiste in
TESS OF THE D'UABERVILLES
In SIX PAReTS

Dec. 2.-1917 engineer smoker.
Dec. 2.-1! ichigan Daily dinner at Un-
ion.
Dec. 3.--Union membership dinner.
Dec. 4.-1916 lit dance.
Dec. 4.-Mr. W. 1. Robins in the Rus-
sell seminary room of the museum
at 7:00 o'clock.
Dec. 6.---Annual spread for freshman
women in Barbour gymnasium.
Dec. 6.-Junior lit breakfast-dance.

TH EE 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

Night lunches delivered. Call 51-L,
101 S. State, Greene's Lunch Room. tf

o more. No less.
)RCHESTRA
ay :2 and 3:30,
e crowds go.

If you want the best in chocolates,
ry Liggett's, Edsill's Rexall Drug
Store, 122 So. Main St. eod

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