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There is a distinction about

THE NEW ERRY

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II Stein Bloch Clothes

From the Shops of

that stamps their Quality and
Style as Superior. The prices are
no higher than clothes not nearly
as good.
Our MACKINAWS the talk of
the town.

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CROFUT AND KNAPP

$3 and $4.

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TINKER & CO.
Cor. State and Williams Sts.

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CORRECT C:IIIHE
for Gentlemen
They are designed, cut and tailored
he finest and most expert workmen in
business. Better styles, fit and workim
ship than you get elsehere. Costs
x more but worth a lot more. Try them
-~you will see.
Adler Rochester Clothe
Prices $18 to $30
Styleplus, $17
All the new things for fall await you hi
in Men's Furnishings. Every new s1
and pattern, including the fatuous M
hattans, at $1.50, $2.00, and $2.50.
All correct shades in Gloves, values
$i:.oo and up.
Neckwear, Underwear
Trousers.r incoats
COPY RIGHTi -
ADLERA RCESTER
_____THE BIG STOREI PHONE 11

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II LindensclmidtApfel & Company
Kimonas! Kimonas! Kimonas!
Fleece Lined and Crepe

A ward i" Name- 3e"Contest PostIponed
No name has been picked for the
Friday and Saturday night "mixers" at
the Michigan Union. The "name me"
contest has brought in a large number
of names and the committee, under the
chairmanship of Maurice Meyers, 'JAL,
will make the choice tomorrow.
The gatherings, featured by card
playing, music, and light lunches, will
be held every Friday and Saturday
night throughout the year.
Call at Hoppe's for your Fresh and
Sophomore pictures. 18
Mackinaws that will shed water-
Wagner & Co., State St.
Picture post-cards at Hoppe's of -he
rush. 18

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CAMPUS IN BRIEF.

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Latest Styles

Dainty Colors

The Price Will Surprise You.

-Owing to lack of interest in lacrosse,
it is doubtful whether the Canadian
sport will be played on Ferry field this
year. Director :Rowe states that only
seven men of all those who made out
athilic cards have ever played the
-Scientific catalogues to the number
of 1150 have been received by the en-
gineering library. These catalogues
give data regarding some of the
world's greatest manufacturing firms,
and contain information which is of
value to engineers.
--Nearly five-sixths of the 1,800 lock-
ers at Waterman gym have been as-
signed. Students wishing lockers
should report at once.
-Professor John R. Allen will relate
his experiences in Turkey at the meet-
ing of the Presbyterian brotherhood
next Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock.
Lantern slides will supplement the
lecture.

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H. S. Pinney & Co.
614 E. Liberty St. The Store Where a Dollar Does Its Duty

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The Arcadia
Regular Board $4,00 and $4.25
2 Meals a Day $3.50 and $3,75
612 E. Liberty St. Phone 164'

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Visit the Newest and
Up-to-Date

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DRY GOODS STOR E
Royal Worcester
AND
Bon-Ton Corsets

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Morrow

OUR LEADERS

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the Rest, Try the Best
Fresh home-made candies, crackerjack
and fountain drinks at
C'S 613 E. Liberty

Schroen Bros.
Phone 1000
124 South Main Street

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Professors who desire to secure caps,
gowns and hoods for the approaching
student convocation, October 24, may
rent or purchase same by applying
early at Mack & Co. 18-20
FOR RENT
For heit-Two fine rooms for college
girls, to rent singly or enssuite, in
one of the best League Houses. Ap-
ply to Mrs. Jordan. . 17-18
Wanted-Two students who can spare
two hours four nights a week, so-
liciting proposition, salary. State
experience. Address XY, Michigan
Daily. 17-18
Wanted-Position by experienced cook
in a fraternity. Address, Mrs. Smith,
119 N. Thayer St.
18-19
FOUND
Found-Black purse containing small
amount of money. Inquire 607 S.
State St. or phone 131.
1LOST
Lost-A fountain pen top with gold
band engraved, "Ruby, '12." Finder
please return to 735 S. 12th St. or
phone 630-L. 17-18

WILLIAM E. DIETERLE
FORMERLY THE VARSITY TAILOR OF ANN ARBOR
wishes to announce that he has opened a tailoring establish-
ment in Detroit at'

--Premenanda Das, A.M., '12, now in
Calcutta, India, is to be married this
month to Miss Subarna Dutt, a gradu-
ate of Calcutta University. While in
school D)as was vice-president of the
Cosmopolitan club and active in all its
affairs.
-Dr. Henry F. Adams's course in psy-
chology of advertising, limited to five
pupils, is to publish some of the work
which the students are experimenting
upon. Such problems as proper ad
I;osition, best space to buy with limited
funds, and the value of illustrations.
The course next semester will con-
gist ofone lecture and two laboratory
p~eriods.
-Conference of the local committee of
the state teachers convention and
housemanagers of fraternties and so-
cieties will be held at 7:00 o'clock to-
morrow evening in room 205, main di-
vision, University hall.
-The Wright Saxophone Trio from
Columbus, Ohio, will give a dance at
the Union next Friday evening at 9:00
o'clock. Tickets may be obtained by
phoning either 236 or 319.
-Work on the new contagious ward of
the general hospital is, progressing
rapidly, and the building will be com-
pleted about January 1. The ward will
contain 12 rooms for the accommoda-
tion of 24 patients.
-Menorah, a campus society devoted
to the study of Jewish culture and
ideals, will hold the first meeting of
the year tonight at 7:30 o'clock in New-
berry hail. S. Rosenstein, '15L, will
speak on America and the Jew, and
there will also be impromptu speeches
by members. All persons interested
are invited.

who need expert optical ser-
vice.
Broken lenes replaiet.
We grind them.
Arnold Optical System
220 S. Main Street

ROW'S LA UNI
406 DETROIT STR
The Link between College an
TUTTLE

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SPECIAL VALUE
A fine z6 ounce Blue Serge, three piece suit, made i
own shop by first class tailors-yours for $30. Step in
let us show you.
Krutsch & Pracht
117 E. Liberty St. Varsity Tail
All Clothes Made by us Will Be Sept Pressed
Free of Charge for One Year.

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

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Special attention given to my College trade. The saine prices
with Better Satisfaction and Better Wokmanship.
DIE TERLE-VARSITY TAILOR

Flowers
CoAsins , H1
Cho.ce Cut Flowers
Fne lot of Palms and Ferns for Decorating
Cor.12th St and S. Univ. Ave. Phone 115

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The Kempf Music Studios, 312 S.
Division St. Phone 212-J. Piano,
Voice, Pipe Organ, Harmony. 1 eod
Good Eastman Kodaks for rent, 10c:

per day. Lyndon.

Sun.

Best shoe shine, hat cleaning and
blocking next to Wagner's. tf
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-
tomn work.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main Street. tf
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Dolph, Funeral
Directors, best equipment in the city.
Satisfaction guaranteed.- Phone 98. tf
You can buy films many places, but
you pay the same here for Fresh East-
man Kodak films. Lyndon. Wed eodI

For Kodaks and photo supplies, open
every evening until 9:30. Sundays
9:30 to 12:30 and 1:30 to 3:30 only.
Lynodn. Wed Sun.
Look at our Michigan Scrap Books
before buying. Two sizes. Sheehan
& Co. tf
Try our special $1.50 self-filler.
Sheehan & Co. tf
Pianos to Rent. Up-to-date stock of
Musical Instruments of every descrip-
tion - sold at reasonable prices at
Schaeberle and Son's Music House, 110
S. Main St. tf
Lyndon's "M" Scrap Books are made
for service as well as appearance-on-
ly 95c. eod
JIIRsH -WICKWIRE Co,
Ready to wear clothes for young
men. Wagner & Co., State St. 12-18
I. P. Note Books with your name in
gold on cover at Sheehan's. tf
A member of the local committee for
the State Teachers' convention, October
29-31, will be in room 205 University
hall :daily from 2-4 p. m. to consult.
with the house managers of the clubs
and fraternities about the meeting.
14-17
Buy your- Richler Drawing instru-
ments at, Sheehan's. tf

Jost--A dark blue sweater with name
"Robles" stitched in the collar. Tak-
en from Ferry field Saturday morn-
ing. Finder please return to 514 N.
State St. 18-20
Lost-A log log slide rule and case,
Name on both. Finder return to
1000 E. Washington St. or call 894-J
and receive reward of Wallace Tut-
tle. 18
Lost-Open-face gold watch bearing
initials C. L. R. Finder return to
Daily office. Reward. 18
Lost-A gray sweater vest in rush.
Left by goal post. Return to Ferris,
502 Benjamin, phone 1222-L. 18
Lost-Chi Zeta pin with initials L. M.
B. Finder kindly call 979-J. Re-]
ward. 18-20
Lost-A gold watch fob with "Gail"
engraved on it. Finder plea"e phone.
691.

Let us show you how we treat your
clothes in our new dry cleaning plant.
We thoroughly clean your clothes as
they should be cleaned. We have every
facility.
Suit or O'Coat Dry Cleaned $1.00. Less 20% If you have a cash card.
We Call and Deliver.,
Goldtman lBros.
Cleaners, Dyers, Pressers
Phones 1890=1891 220 S. State SI
Hailer Jewelry Co.
Alartm Clocks
Guaranteed Clocks, 75c Big Bens and Little Bens, $2.5
Founta. P ens
Conklin's Self Filler, $2.50 up Our Special, $r.c
Michiga Jewelry
Fine Watch and Jewelry Alepairing Phone 534 308 S. Sate st

-Junior engineers are to hold month-
ly assemblies following the custom es-
tablished by the other engineer classes.
The class will assemble in groups of
ten to discuss class matters, each
group presenting its views through a
representative to the class officers. Re-
ports of class standings will be an-
nounced three times a semester.
-The Latin-American club, an organ-
ization consisting of Spanish speaking
students, has been re-organized. Pres-
ent membership numbers 25. A smok-
er will be held next Saturday evening
at the Michigan Union when plans for
the year's activities will be formulated
by Juan M. Ramos, president of the
club.

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IWe Have the Largest and Best
Stock of Pianos for Rent
Popular Songs, 10 Cents Per Copy
WE ARE FIRST WITH THE LATEST
ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE AT LOWEST FIGURES
Grinnell Bros, 120-122 E. Liberty St

". New
for Mci

English Styles
n and Women
are right in style a
price. Leather or r
ber soles.
Ladies' $3.50 to $5.00 per
tl(en's $4.00 to _$6.00 per

119 E. Liberty St.

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