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THE MICHIUAN DAILY

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TANGO DRESS SHIRTS

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s a distinction about

Two and three dollars each

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n Bloch Clothes

that stamps their Quality and
Style as Superior. The prices are
no higher than clothes not nearly,
as good.
Our fIACKINAWS the talk of
the town.
Jrndcnschmidt,Apfel & Company
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Just reived a. new .essortrnent of
James Keisers, Imp. Ties
Priced at fifty cents

I TINKER & CO.

Cor. STATE and
WILLIAM STREETS

Furnishers and Hatters

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Reule, Conlin & Fiegel Co.
CORRECT CLOTHE
for. Gentlemen
They are designed, cut and tailored
the finest and most expert workmen in
business. Better styles, fit and workn
(I ship than you get elsewhere. Costs
more, but worth a lot more. Try them
you will see.
Adler Rochester Clothem
Prices $18 to $30
Styleplus, $17
All the new things for fall await you hi
in Men's Furnishings. Every new si
and pattern, including the famous l;
hxattans, at $1.50, $2.00, and $2.50.
All correct shades in Gloves, values
$.o and up.
Neckwear, Underwear
Trousers. Raincoats
. THE BIG STORE, PHONE T1

New Aluwmus Features Bring raise.
The new cover design which appear-
ed for the first time on last month's
Alumnus, as well as the better class of
paper used, has caused much com-
ment among the alumni. W. B. Shaw,
secretary of the alumni association,
has received letters from several
alumni in different parts of the coun-
try, commending the management on
the good appearance of the book since
the addition of the new features.

THREE WOLVERINES
PUT ON THIS TEAM'
iDetroit Saturday Night Critics Honor
Craig, Paterson and
Lyons.
ILUIIIITT IS GITVEN MENTION.

eal Value for Your Money

BARGAINS IN HOSIERY

ION HOSE that need no guarantee. Silk Hose, Cashmere Hose, Child-
om lOc to 25c. .Also a good line of Man's Soks, sure to give satis-
H. S. Pinney & Co.
erty St. The Store Where a Dollar Does Its Duty

MUSIC AND DRAMA

Michigan and M. A. C.
three selections on the

each receive
All-Western

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Visit the Newest and
Up-to-Date

DRY GOODS STORE
Royal Worcester
AND
Bon-Ton Corsets

of 'M" Coods
est, Try the Best'
made candies,.crackerjack
fountain drinks at

OUR LEADERS

Schroer Bros.
Phone 1000
124 South Main Street

613 E. Liberty

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gan Jewelry and Souvenirs
Spoons Novelties
Fobs Tie Clips Rings
Sterling Silver University of Michigan seal tea
spoon $1.25
Haller Jewelry Co.

Three Concerts to be Given.
Another week replete with musical
attractions is in store for Ann Arbor
music lovers. On Tuesday afternoon
at 4:15 o'clock the second twilight or-
gan recital, complimentary to the
general public, will be given in Hill
auditorium by Earl Moore, head of the
organ department of the university
school of music. The public is re-
quested to be in their seats before the
concert begins.
On - Wednesday afternoon at 4:15
o'clock the next number on the histor-
ical recital series at the school of
music, will be given by Mrs. George
B. Rhead, pianist. An interesting
program has been arranged.
Thursday evening, December 4,
the regular December faculty concert
will be heard in the high school audi-
torium. In accordance with the pol-
icy inaugurated some time ago, by
which outside talent shall appear
from time to time at these concerts,
Mr. Harper C. Maybee, director of
music at the Western State Normal
College at Kalamazoo, has been en-
gaged as guest soloist. He will con-
tribute two vocal numbers to the pro-
gram. Other selections will be ren-
dered by the String Quartet, Mr. Sam-
uel P. Lockwood, and Mr. Henry J.
Dotterweich.
Nanted-A student waiter who will
bring five boarders to Tabbard Inn,
1109 College St., three doors from
medical building, conducted by stu-
dents. Smoking allowed. Rate $4.25
per week. Private table. Jhone
1283-3. 54-56
Wanted-Rooms for three students.
Suite preferred. Call Martin, 1556-J.
53-54
Lost-Will the young lady who got
the wrong pair of shoes at Gran-
ger's Wednesday, November 26,
kindly call Granger's. 54-55
For Sale-At a sacrifice, high class,
racey ttype, four passenger road-
ster of fifty horse power. Quick ac-
tion required. Address A. A. care
Mich. Daily. not later than Wed-
Dec. 3. 54-5-5

team picked in the current issue of
the Detroit Saturday night, which is
completed by two Notre Dame players,
and o'e man each from the elevens
representing Chicago, South Dakota,
and Minnesota.
Craig, Paterson and Lyons are the
Wolverines chosen, the Wolverine
captain being placed at guard, where
he played on defense, with DesJar-
diens, of Stagg's aggregation, at the
pivot station.
Hughitt is the only other Wolver-
ine given consideration in the dis-
cussion of the selections, which were
made by a group of gridiron enthusi-
asts who have collectively seen all the
leading western teams but Notre
Dame. Russell, of Chicago; Gauthier,
of M. A. C., and Hughitt are all mark-
ed about even; with Dorais, of Notre
Dame, having an edge on the field.
The mythical team is as follows:-
Center-Desjardiens, Chicago; guards
-Leonardson, M. A. C., and Paterson,
Michigan;. tackles,-Gifford, M. A. C.,
and Brown, South Dakota; ends-Ly-
ons, Michigan, and Solon, Minnesota;
quarterback-Dorais, Notre Dame;
halflacks-Craig, Michigan, and Eich-
enlaub, Notre Dame; fullback-Julian,
M A. C.

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At a special price $50 the best of
material used i this garment.

STUDENTS wearing glasses or
feeling the need of them will
be pleased to know that Ann Arl~or
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-
ience of having muscles paralyzed by
drugs.
E. H. Arnold, optometrist with Arnold
& Co ,is a recognizedleader in advanced
optometrical work. His complete office
equipment combined with shop facilities
to grind lenses, together with years of
experience as refractionist and optician,
make his Optical System the logical
place to buy glasses.
Arnold Optical System
220 south Main Street

ROWE'S LAUND
406 DETROIT STR1
The Link between college anl
TUTLE
on State Street
We Serve Hot Lui

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All We Kn{
of I's the BE

uits

Max Krutsch
Varsity Tailor
All suits kept pressed free for one year.

117 East Libe

CWI NUN CATIO N.

State St.

Phone 534

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REPAIRS?

ERST CLASS SHOE REPAIRING
JOHN H. LAMBERT
613 EAST WILLIAM
Of ficial Shoe Doctor to Michigan's
. Football Team

WAI KING LOO
Come Up and Try
George's, Chop Suey
Delicious Chinese and American Dishes.
341 South State Street Phone 1244-L'

(The Michigan "aily assumes no re-
sponsibility for sentiments express-
ed in communications.)-
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
It assuredly is altogether flitting
and proper that a jolly, noisy, sane
celebration should be held at the close
of a truly victorious football season.
Townspeople, faculties, and students
alike, I think, are in sympathy with
this idea. Let there be bonfires, mu-
sic, speeches, dancing, and shouting.
But why stage these (as the writer in
yesterday's Daily suggests) in the
congested limits of the down town
district. Why do we have forty acres
of athletic fields and play grounds if
not to provide a place for all kinds of
outdoor interests? Stage the celebra-
tion of victory on the field of the battle
itself-on the gridiron or other sec-
tion of Ferry field. Here there is
room for participants and spectators

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

94 WEST FORT STREET

With a Complete Line of

BRITISH AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS

ORPHEUM THEATRE
THE HOUSE OF FEATURES
Another Reel Feature
MONDAY and
TUESDAY $a mW

Good Eastman Kodaks for rent, 10c
per day. Lyndon. Sun.
Night lunches delivered. Call 51-L,
301 S. State, Greene's Lunch Room. tf
W. H. Smith sells Victor Typewrit-
ers.. S cond-hand R~oyals and Under-
woods., 102 E. Huron, over Dawson's.
Call 2f380-L for demonstration. Stu-
dents insurance 35 cents per hundred.
Iligbh grade portraits. Hoppe. 54-6-7

Special attention given to my College trade. The
with Better Satisfaction and Better Workmanship.

DIE TERLE-VARSITY Tj

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- alike. Here there is space for many
For Rent-Front suite and gcod sin- 'forms of enthusiastic expression. Har-
gle room at 1116 Washtenaw Ave. yard uses her stadium for numerous
New Axminster rugs. New desks. events of this kind. Let us adopt a
54-5- like custom. C. 0. D.
I THREE NEW SNGS

IVSIeseveral desirable properties for So
orities and Fraternities which I sha
be pleased to show. gi For $9,ooo, a beautiful home, fine ground
120x200, best oak floors throughout, large third floor for dormitory pu
poses, outlook one of the most beautiful in the city.
QT For $ro,ooo, large i2-room house, large attic, on lot 66x167, centrall
located and attractive outlook.
Magnificent lot for fraternity on Washtenaw Avenue.
A beautiful lot for sorority, two and one-half blocks from campus.
Other properties on application.
L. D. CARR
17 Ann Arbor Savings Bank Block

Genmiine Martin Guitars and Mando-
lins sodd at Schaeberie & Son's Music
House. tf
R. A. Dolph Funeral Director, suc-
cessor to O. M. ;Martin. Business es-
tablshed in 1857a Private ambulance.
Phone 98. eod

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"As the Years Roll By"
"I'll Return to You Again"
"You're the Idol of My Heart"

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DANIEL FROHMAN presents
MRS. FISKE
America's Most Distinguished Artiste In
TESS OF THE D'URBERVILLES
Ir. SIX PAELTS

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Modern new stucio- Hoppe. 54-6-7
Best shoe shine, hat cleaning and
blocking next to Wagnaer's. tf
WE SELL GOOD CLOTHING
Suits at $10.00-All wool.
Suits at $15.00--AU wool, hand tail-
ored.
guitc n t 19 1 At)-Adlr's Make and

All seats 10e. No more. No less.
dRPDUM~a REbD'TE''Au 4

They are rich in sentiment and music. 10 cents per copy
Our Christmas stock of musical goods has arrived.
GRINNELL BROTHERS
120422 E. Liberty St. Phone 1707
SOur Men's Furnishing Dept.
Carries everything that is strictly
HIGH CLASS AND FASHIONABLE
- We are Headquarters for all kinds of Class Toques.
MACK & CO.

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English Styles
en and Women
are right in style at
price. Leather or ru
ber soles.
Ladies' $3.50 to $5.00 per p
!'ten's $4.00 to $6.00 per p

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Matinees Daily 2 and 3:30. Style.
Go where the erowds go. -
Suits at $25.00--Equal to Finest Cus-
tom work.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
You can buy films many places, but Main Street. tf
you pay the same here for Fresh East-
man Kodak films. Lyndon. Wed eod Flashlights. Iloppe. 54-6-7

119 E. Liberty St.

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