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October 27, 1912 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-10-27

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The Season's

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$6.00

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WAGNER & CO.
State Street
Sign of the Bfig White Shoe

$4.00$6.00

SENIOR WOMEN'S SOCIETY
PICKS ELEVEN 1NEW MIEMBERS
Mortar Board, senior women's soci-
ety, has elected eleven new members.
They are: Agnes Greene, Mary Jack-
man, Margaret. Kinney, Hazel Little-
field, Georgia Maier, Irene Murphy,
Ruth Post, Mable Rose, Elaine Shields,
Florence Senn, and Marguerite Stan-
ley.
WYVERN ANNOUNCES ELECTION
OPF iIFT1EEN JUNIMOR IWOMEN.
Wyvern, women's society of the jun-
ior class, announces the election of 15
new members as follows: Grace Bab-
cock, Jessie Cam eron, Caroline Dow,
Gertrude Helmecke, Julia Henning,
Irma 'Hogadonle, Ilda Jennings, Sophie
Koch, Sara Lie Valley, Helen Mahon,
Grace McDonald, Grace McMillan,
Beatrice Merriam, Marjorie Nicholson,
and Hester Robinson.

Prof. Selioll Wi11l Lecture Tomorrow.
"Der GWiissenwurm" will be the sub-
ject of a lecture' by Prof. J ohn. W.
Scholl tomorrow afternoon at 4:10 in
room 101, economics building.'
NEW ENGLANDI)[ IEN MEET TO -
ORGANIZE SECTIONAL' CLUVB.
New England students will meet at
the Michigan Union this afternoon to
launch a New England club.. The pro-
posed organization is intended to fur-
ther the interests of the University
of Michigan in the East.
It ,G 1,AR DANCE AT UION
ATTRACTS HUNDRED) CO'PLE:S
One hundred 'couples -attended the
regular Saturday night dance at the
Michigan Union last evening. Fischer's
seven-piece orchestra furnished the
music. Tickets for the dance next
Saturday evening will go on sale at
the Union office Thursday at 5:00
o'clock.

Whitney

Monday, October 28

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CHIARLE~S- FROIHIfIAN PRESD1
~IARLES 6CHERIR
In that big human and =humorous play

heat

Royal

Tailors

Pa~ser &

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By C. Hiaddon Chambers author of "Tyranny of Tears"
4 Months at the Criterion Theater; DFew York City
Seat Sale opens F~riday morning, October 25, 10 A. M.

If you will give us one chance, We'l take" your correct measure
and these master tailors will make y'ou the most satisfactory
suit or overcoat you ever w~ore. Time "rquired one week.
Tailored-to-order clothes at '$16, to $35. , The 500 pure.
wool samples may, be seen at
The CampusRootery

IPrices,

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5 750C, c$1.00, $1. 50r,$2.

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308
AL LMAND

South, State Street
& FORSYTHE, Proprietors

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Tuesday-, October 29
Direct From Hudson Theatre, New York

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Syraecuse xStronji!Ifor
Ube 13%3 Front Store
DAVIS Cam.KONOL]D Near Ferry Field

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MARSHALL

In An. intensely

Human

Drama

JUST OPIEN A NEW PRESSING PARLOR
AT 338 MAYNARD STREET
Suits Pressed 25c BUY A TICKET I Five Suits Pressed $1.10

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OTTR F. ;MALCOLM, Proprietor

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Four dodrs South of Masstic

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ALARM CLOCKS at
HALLER'S

By GEORGE BItOADHIJRST, author of "Bought and Paid
"Man Of The Hour." OLeiinal S,,enic Production Mletropo
Cast of Pla~ers. Seats now selling.

Prices:;

25c, 50e, 75e $1.00, $1.50

J'EWEL RY

CO

308 S. STATE STREET

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Every young man in
the University who is re-
ally keen for the smartest,
liveliest style in his clothes,
is going to see the new
models in our
Hart Schaffner '& Marx

JACKSON "MAJESTIC"-$1850
45 horse-power; unit power plant; long-stroko motor - 4% x 5/x inches; 124-inch wheel
base; 36 x4-inch tires;, electric lights; Disc seltstarter; complete equiptment; trimmings
black and nickle. 'oLMiPIC""-X1500.
No hill too steep
No sand too deep

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stets

"A Great Play That; Is A Great Success"

Shoes For Men

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Snap and style outside
Rich com fort inside

F rom $3.50 to $8.00
Call at our Store and we will show you the latest sty'les in f
wear. Complete line of Gym Goods at

Varsity Line

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The styles; the weaves,
the designing; all are handled
for the students particularly.
The quality of materials
and the tailoring are of the
highest order; that's what you
want to keep clothes in good
shape. Better have the best
clothes for your money.
Suits $18 and up Overcoats $17.50 and up

We have no doubt that the Jackson combines these two much desired
features nmore Icomple~tely tb~n was ever done before.
Usually, one or the other predominates-you cannot have both in fullest

measure.

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In the "Jackson" the opposite is true-One suplplements and strengthens
the other.
You have all the snap and style that a less comnfortable-car- can give
aud'all the comfort that a less fetching design can. give.

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S. State street

Orders taken for: AfterTheatre} or Concert Parties

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Granger 's Academy of Dancing or Pone24
Classes for Ladles and Gentlemen, T'uesday and Thursday
evenings, 7 to 8 o'clocK.

The Lutz Clothing Store

. ")Idght Hart Schaffner & Mar "r

Jackson

Automnobil

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Two or three-button styles in sack
4uits; you can have either here; some
three-button styles are made to button
only two; the third button just for looks;
the new high-cut vests are very smart.

217 South Main Street

TUTTLE'

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1604, EAST MAIN STREET, JACKSON; MICHIGAN.]

This store is the home of
HI art Sch affn er & Marx clothes

S ON STATE STREET
We serve Hot Lunches

Liberty and Main Sts.
AMost Convenient Place for
Banking

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Telephone 832

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C., MAEDEL., Photographer

119 E. Liberty St.

IWill move to our New Studio, 61~9 East Liberty Street, Dolivrar 'Block, about October Twentieth

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