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DAILY'

TH ICHIGA DAILY

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D eason's Popular Shoe

$6.00

WAGNER & 00.
State Street
Sign of the Big White Shoe

BIG BEN
ALARM CLOCKS at

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W"hitney The
Saturday, Nov.

H AL LE R'S
JE WELRaY CO.

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308.S. STATE STREET

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spirersII aft
SHOES
$4.00-$5.00

SFIRST ETN F1BNIM
CHORUS TO BIE HELD AT 7:04)
to Reporl';o; tTPryOts
to be Held Later.t

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Tryouts for the dancing cliorus
the 1913 Milligaii Union opera will

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be

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Tailors

If you will give us one chiauce, we'll take your correct measure
and these master tailors will make you the most satisfactory
suit or overcoat you ever store. Time n~ quirtd one week.
Tailored-to-older clotlhes at $j6 to $35. The 500 pure.
wool samples may be seen at
Th Cm p B otr308 South, State Street
ALLMAND & FORSYTHE, Proprietors

held at the Union this evening at 7:00
o'clock. All -men who intend to try for
positions on the chorus, including
those who reported at the preliminary
meeting last week, are expected to be
present at this time. Steps will be
t .aught, and the tryouts will "be as-
signed to different groups according
to size and ability.
There will be a second meeting of
mnen who are trying out for cast posi-
tions, at the Union Monday evenin,
November 11. At this time the tryouts
will be expected to present some orig-
inal stunt before the Mimes.
Open every evening until 10. Sun-
days only, 9:30 to 11:30 and 1:45 to
3:45. Lyndon. e o d

FINDS RATES FOR
TRIP TO RIG GAME'
To correct various rumors regarding.
the rates Michigan student rooters
can secure to Philadelphia for the an-
nual Michigan-Pennsylvania battle
-November 9, Charles E. Fisher, '13,
who has .been connected with the
P ennsylvania railroad lines, has taken
the trouble to investigate the matter
with a view toward ascertaining just
what the fare to Philadelphia will be.
f Fisher states that the following rat-
es over the Ann Arbor and Pennsylv4-
nia lines are authentic:
For a party of ten or more the one
way fare is $12.95.
For a party of ten or more, all re-
turning together, round trip fare wou'd
be $25.90.
For a party of ten or more all going
together, but returning as individuals,
the round trip fare will be $27.70.
The Pullman fare from Toledo to
Philadelphia is $3.50 for a lower berth
and $2.80 for an upper berth.
Among the rumors that have been
circulating the campus is ar ~tto
the effect that the rolwd i t thi
adelphia will11 {v};5 ti~ o
difieul t ) S~~ N Ii 11 > rino;ur i
r~at U. ~i ti~ t ~tiA~e i; t~ta I

MR. F. C. WHITNEY Announce
THE WHITNEY OPERA C
IN THE; NEW COMIC OPERA
y vLitt'le Frieni(
ByOscar Strausy composer of "The Chocolate Soldier' The most notable production in years
CAST OF 100--ORCHESTRA OF 40
Ma'l orders acc rnpanied by remittance will be filled in order
receipt.

Prices,

- * 50c, 75c,. $1.00, $1.5~0

Crawford

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ShosFrMen

Fala.or ormad, I ~f IClt~ s~lSIll

The ForeThat W'ins
Tailoring clothes to order is like playing a
game of college football -if we expect to
'win we ve got to do our best, By deliverer.g

Complete Satisfaction

; n r e i ~i' w i r a ,h p frpast se ven teen y ea r,, w e've w o re th e C ro f i-
dence of college men and alumniin every
Section of the country. If you nedgo.od
clothes., make your rcquiremernt'lS1 known to.

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wvho wiii 5h.V you our ncw Fl dW~
ter woolens and t-ake yovr cor-rect mau~
4a~a alr iitewrd0

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to \ais ug a nata nte igame
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lat eiongT.sAouthat0embeingwerei
prsent. o tnauui i- ~0miOe-
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Evwry young mian in
the Univer sity who1 is -
ally keen for the sma 4rte st,
liveli est style in his clothe;
is going to see the newp
models in our
Hart Schaffner & Marx

iiltaPress: ._ BUY A TIC~KET'Fiv, SuitsP ores . 0A

Varsity Line

GOOD made -to--ordcr clotliee
Price Building Chicago.,

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The styles; the weav,,:'
the designing; all are handledi
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 $ 8 and usp Ove: coats $17.50 and up

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Notices are again posted in the eco-
nomics building, for essays.'on Inter-
national Arbitration. Every year the
Lake Mohonk Conference on Interna-
tional Arbitration offers a prize of
$100.00 for the best essay on some sub-
ject pertaining to arbitration. Th~e es-
say cannot contain -over five thousand
words and must be written by an un-
dergraduate. No limitations on. the
school are set, except that the writer
must be a student of some college or
university in the United States' or Can-
ada.

The Lutz Clothing

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

217 South Main

Thlsstore is the hone of
1 [art Schaffner & Marx clothes

G.

C. MAEDEL, Photographer

619 E. Liber#;

Our New Studio is, Now ',Open 619 East Liberty .Street,

3 doors from State Street..

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