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TANGO DRESS SHIRTS

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distinction about

Two arnd three dollars each

tei n Bloch Clothes
that stamps- their Quality and
Style as .superior. The prices are
no higher than clothes not nearly
as good.
Our fACKINAWS the talk of
the town.
adaeschmidA pfe1 &Company

Juist received sh, new o ssortmnest of
James Keilsers, Imp. Ties
Priced at fifty cents

TNKER & CO.

Cor. STATE and
WILLIAM STREETS

Reule, Conlin & Fegel Co.
COR5"RECT CLOTHI
for Gentlemen
They are designed, cut and tailor(
the finest and most expert workmen i
b)usirness. Better styles, fit and work
g t ~ship than, you get elsewhiere. Cost:
:. ~f/more, but worth a lot more. Try them
you will see.
' Adler Rochester Clotho
~ ~ Prices $18 to $30
Styleplus, $17
A11l the new tingis for fall await you.
1 in Meni's Fuirnish~ings. Every new
_ 1p nd pattern, including the famous
- I tqh;ttans, at «'so $ oo, and Sajo
r? All rrec((t shadles in Gloves, vale.
-ooand up.
III I Neckwear, Underwem
. Trousers. Raincoats
_____ THE BIG STORE, PHONE

Furnishers and Batters

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Value for Your Money

BARGAINS IN HOSIERY

TENDENiCIES OiF THE TIM7ES
"Books more amusing than instruc-
tive, music cheap and sentimental, and
pleasures which appeal to the eye and,
flesh are the things which occupy peo-
pie today," asserted Rev. Theodore
Schmale of Pittsburg in the Union
Guild sermon at the Bethlehem Evan-
gelical church Sunday. Rev. Schmale
urged upon students and others alike
the living of "a larger life."
"Freshimani Round Uip" Tickets on Sale
Tickets for the "freshman. round-up"
dance, which will be held in Barbour
gym next. Friday afternoon, go on sale 1i
this morning. They can be ;obtained
from members of the social co'1'jmittee
at 25 cents each. The men an~d worn-
en of the- class are requested to come
to the party alone.

iON RUOSE that need no guarantee. Silk Hose, Cashmere Hose, Child-
orn 10c to 25c. Also a good line of Mon's Socks, sure to give satis-
H.S3Pnnf&to

ny St. The Store Where

a Dollar Does Its Duty

Seylried

Visit the Newest and
Up-to-Date
DRY' GOODS STO E
Royal Worcester
AND
Bon-Ton Corsets
OUR LEADERS
Scliroen Bros.,
Phone lOCO
124 South Main Street

ORPHE'UM
The House of Features
"THE GREED
FOR GOLD".
An intensely interesting drama.
PATHEWEEKLY
"THE POWER.
OF CONSCIENCE"
IN TWO PARTS
Orpheum Orchestra
fly special request the manage-
meat ass secured the toot ball pie-
tures of the Michlgan-CsrneU
game which will be shown is ad-
dition to our usual program Fri-
day. ____
Matiniees 2 and 3:30. All seats 10c
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Dolph, Funeral
Directors, best equipment in the city.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone 98. tf
Genuine Martin Guitars and Mando-
lins sold at Schaeberle & Son's Music
House. tf
Night lunches delivered. Call 51-L,
811 S. State, Greene's Lunch Room. tf
High grade portraits. Hoppe, 54-6-7

moo"

S TUDENTS Nwearing gla ;s e01o
feeling the nleedl of themn will
be pleased to know that Anni Arbor
has ;a modern optical shop -where'
services of an expert optomectrist
and opticiam call be had..
Advanced muethods of Optomet-ry, fit-
ting glasses withut dnrgs, appeals to all
who demand accurate eve ex aminations,
mrade without loss of tiue or iticonven-
ience of having muliscles paraly red by
drugs.
R. H. Arnold, optomietrist xitli Arnold
& Co , is a recognized leader in advanced
optomnetrical work. IHis complete office
equipment combined with shop facilies
to grind lenses, together witli yeairs o:
experience as refractionist and Optician,
make his Optical Systemn the logical
place to buy glasses.
Arnold Optical System
220 South Maint Street

All We
of is the

UNIVERSITY N OTICES.

f# "NI" CoocISl
Est, Try the Best
ade candes, crackerjack
iuntaln drinks at
813 E. Liberty

There will be a meeting of the ora-
torical board in room' 302, north iwlng,
at 5:00 o'clock today.
There will be a band rehearsal ill
University Hail1 at 7:00 o'clock t0-
night. Election of officers.
The Canadian club will banquet at
6:00) o'clock tomorrow night at tyre
Union.
All university women who are bi-I
tereseed in the formation of a pro,.;-
pective teacher's club will meet i, i
room 105, Tappan hall, at 4:00 o'clock ,
today.

We

ROWE'S LAUN~
I406 DE~TROIT ST!
T he Link between College
TUTTLI

on St;
Serve

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ropab

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UNIVERSITY CALENI)AR.

ry and Souvenirs
Novelties

At a spedial -pr-ice $50-the
rmaterilal tused I'm this ga r-
Max Krutsch
Varsity Tailor
All su lts kept pressed free for one yea r.

poonis

Fobs TCie Clips Rings.
.-Sterling silver University of Michigan seal tea
spoon $1.25.
Hailer Jeelry Co.
State St. Phone 534

Dec. 3-Union membership dinner.
Dec. 3-Round-up smoker.
Dec. 4--Dominion club dinner at the
Michigan Union.
Dec. 4-191.6 lit (lance.
Dec. 4-Mr. W. I. Robinson in Russell
seminary room of the museum, at 7 :00
o'clock.
Dec. a-Tyresliman lit dance at Barbour
gymnasium, at 4 :00 o'clock..
Dec. 6-Luncheon for senior lit women
at the Michigan Union, at 12 :00
o'clock.
Dec. 6-Annual spread for freshman
women in Barbour gym.
Dec. 6-Junior lit breakfast dance.
Dec. 6-Griffins dance at Gratuger's.
Dec. 8-Tllinois club smoker.
Dec. 10-1916 Engineer dance.
Dec. io--Sophomore 'engineer dance at
the Michigan Union.
Best shoe shine, hat cleaning and
blocking next to Wagner's. tf
WE SELL GOOD CLOTHING
Suits at $10.0-All wool.
Suits at $15.00-All, wool, hand vail-
ored.
Suits at $20.00-Adler's Make aiad
Style.
Suits at $25.04-Equal to'Finest e'm i-
tomn work.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES ST! REI
Main Street. tf

Flashlights. Hoppe.

Amateur photographers.
Plodern new studio. Hoppe.

54-6-7
Hoppe.
54-6-7
54-6-7

For Sale-Victrola and records, $17.
Now. 904 Oakland, :652-L. 55-56

f k
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t
,:i
/

For U'iet-First floor
three. One block
Newly decorated.
Phione 106.4-J.

suite for two or
from campus.
526 Church St.j
55-6:

For Reimt-Front suite and good sin-
gle room at 1116 Washtenaw Ave.
New Axminster rugs. New desks.
54-5-6
.For Rent--One suite and two single
rooms, can be used as a suite. Phone
1462-,.
.Los-Party who took rain-coat from
room 110 Tappan hall will do well
to return it to same place.
Lost---Purse, principal value check on
which payment has been stopped.
Return to J. L. Richards 822 Arch
St. Reward.

'HlADOW' - tihe smart fall an
Swinter collar style that keeps i1
smartness and stcyl e enyo eari.
The LDON collar features give the reason-esp
cially the famous LION' 'Lock-t-hat-L ocks." 6 for T
--or as usual 2 for 25c,

T he Secret of Goodi

is similar to the secret c
to some and just misses
11 there ever was
Fatima, the Turkish-b
w'lho conceived this blew
was first lined out in th
body quickly proclaim,
Fatima is the biggest se
Thec secret is--Pu E
exspeiase in thle packagi
-'-."Twenity.7

3attin
of good business-it happens
S the others.
a' commercial home run it's
Blend cigarette. The expert
and was some batter!I Fatima
e c6llege towns-the student
ed them winners.- Today
tling cigarette in this country.
e, good, choice tobacco-no
;e--quality all in the smoke
SIGAITET' F

O.!lest Z1r:wcf N.. 5'1. America

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THREE

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NIEW SONGS

1.

"iAs the Years Roll By"'
:I'll Return to You Again"
;"You're the. Idol of My Heart"
They are rich in sentiment arnd mu-s;ic. 10 cents per copy
Our Chrtstmas stock of musical goods has arrived.
GRINNEj.L'BROTHER
1204122 E. U-1berty St. Phone ,1707

MY
tao for N

English Style!
4lCn and Women
are right in style
price. Leather or r
ber soles.
L-adies' $3.50) to $5.00 per
len's $4.00 to $6.00 per

2OirJ5
"Dfiti, ttive!y Individual"

Our Me Ws Furnishing Dept.
Car Ties every thing that is strictly
'I IGII CLASS AND FASHIONABLE
We are HeaA Iquarters for all kinds of Class 'Toques.
MACK & C0.

119 E. Liberty St.

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