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November 01, 1912 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Incle Sam Presents the Animals
In the Act-="Reformers".-or, "Blowing Their Own horns!"

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There's a lot of satisfied men
riding in our band wagon.
-Not necessary for us to blow
our own horns about
Stein=Bloch
Clothes,
-But if you haven't a seat we
want you to get on and ride.
They give satisfaction--we'll
prove it by a strong record.

Mackinaws all colors and styles $5 to $10

Lindenschmitt, Apfel

& Co.=

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OET ONE OF OUR Telephone 716j
ALARM CLOCKS and you will get to your classes on time.
Prices always right and all clocks guaranteed. New location.
111 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler

Kalamazoo Men to Hold First Smoker.
The Kalamazoo club will hold its
first smoker tomorrow evening at the
Michigan Union. At this time, the con-
stitution will be adopted and perma-
nent officers for the organization will
be elected. The smoker will start at
7:30 o'clock and all men from Kalama-
zoo are urged to be present.
1r. Warthin Will Lecture at Olivet.
Dr. A. S. Warthin of the medical de-
partment will give a lecture on the
subject of "Sex Hygiene"to students of
Olivet college on Sunday. This lecture,
unlike the one delivered here, will be
open not only to the regular students
of the college, but also to high school
students.
THEATRICAL CIRCLES.
"My Little Friend."
Alfred Kappeler, who plays the lead-
ing tenor role in "My Little Friend,"
which will have its first presentation
at the New Whitney on Saturday even-
ing, is a graduate of Swarthmore Col-
lege, and is a member of the Kappa
Sigma Fraternity.
See Mack and Company's special
toque offer on page 2.,
At Majestic Next Week.
Election day and night will be a
great event next week at the Majestic
as arrangements have been made to
give election returns between the acts
and moving pictures of the Olympic
Games at Stockholm with Ralph Craig
featured.
See Mack and Company's special
toque offer on Page 2.
K. of C. Fair next to waiting room
tonight.
26-28
Big show at the K. of C, Fair tonight
26-28
Nothing over 10 cents at K. of C.
Fair tonight.
26-28
Ring the ducks at the K. of C. Fair
26-28

MENORAR SOCIETY TO HOLD
ANNUAL SMOKER ON NOV. 12
The annual smoker of the Menorah
society will be held Tuesday evening,
November 12, at the Michigan Union.
Several faculty men and alumni are
expected to be present and will ad-
dress the men. Tickets may be secur-
ed from Messrs. Hess, -Bleich, and
Shapero.
The Menorah society, whose purpose
is to study the Hebrew literature,
meets every other Sunday in Newberry
Hall. All those interested are invited
to attend the meetings.
Wilson Club Won't Accept Donations.
The Woodrow Wilson club, which
was organized for the purpose of in-
fluencing all democrats to go home
and vote, announces that no money
will be donated or received to pay the
transportation of the voters. The Jack-
son county committee, and probably
the Detroit and Mt. Clemens commit-
tees will furnish cars, machines or
some method of conveyance, but the
club does not feel free to accept mon-
ey contributions of any kind.
Plan Reception at Interne's Building.
Formal inspection of the new inter-
ne's building will be the occasion for
a reception next Tuesdapevening. OAe
hundred and fifty invitations have been
sent out to the faculty and students
of the medical department, and to local
physicians. Presidential election re-
turns will be received over a special
wire, and read to the guests.
Received One Degree at Wellesley.
In a recent issue it was stated that
Miss Ella Houghton, Prof. H. R.Cross's
assistant, had received her bachelor's
degree here last June. The article
should have stated that Miss Houghton
received her master's degree here, and
her bachelor's degree some time pre-
viousliy at Wellesley.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
Latin-American club meets tonight
at 7:30 at 617 Forest.
Mrs. A W Stalker will entertain all
Methodist women at her home 123 N.
State, tonight.
Kalamazoo club smoker tonight at
Union 7:30.
Senior lit football practice at 3:30.
Junior law class meeting at 4:00 in
room B.

by LYNDON (a Michigan man and a supporter of stud
organizations).

Picturesof Freshma
Will Be Taken This Weel

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DeFries" Art Store COR. LI
FIN E ARxT vGOODS00
The Plw.ce to Have Your PlotUres Fraemd In ain Ar
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phone 1890-1891,
All work

PROPEKL
We Call for and Dell
guaranteed

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Morris

Cigaretts
(Original London)
The oldest high-
grade Turkish Cigar-
ettes in the world]

Quarry's
The
Drug Store on
the Corner

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SWEET
BETTER SEIRVICE

AS IT SOUNDS
BETTER CAND

Where you buy

THE SUGAR BOWL

GILBERT'S, LOVELL'S

Ann Arbor's Best Confectionery. Ice cream
descriptions.

soda de luxe. Candy

Made of
Turkish
only.

the purest
Tobaccos

and

LOWNEY'S
CHOCOLATES

WE PAY ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO STUDENTS, PARTIES, ORDERS GIVEN PROMjPT ATTENTION
ON MAIN STREET

The Little Brown Box"

fl to Ed EdOU . .

PHILLIPNMI

A MEW PLACE
Ice Cream, Fine Candies,

I49 ji West4R Fo'aQ °dav,;c "1;'.rk UdIg ! Ya r rUBrLu
0 V I .H.SHQyll~ I Li:;rty a + Main ..c,
Win . BoTh,~r~dnt in. riil~, ke~r~idnt A4os Conen youla.
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Lunches,

Tobaccos

13 For Auto gi
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at the K.

BUSY BEE

arlie's Barber Shop is nr
at 19 . Liberty.
C arlio, the Barber as
R.Liberty St.

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COI1MICAIoN.

Y. Old, IllotorShop

Will open about November 1st

313 South'State Street

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iave you seen the Lfgieiow $ Iri We now hVe a fine
Selection~ of pattel us of this excelkent s P t made up with soft
; ench euffd and co1Ia to nvdh. Come i and look over the
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Drug Stoe ? tf
Charlie, me Barber has ymo O 619
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(harlie' Barber Shop is now open'
at 6I9 . Liberty. tf
WANTE-PERSONS TO WRITE and
opy 'tters. $10 to $25 a week read-i
iy made by following our practical
;ireetions. Send self-addressed en-
velope for particulars. Brooks Cop-
! in Co., 1310 Pa. Ave., Washington,
D.C. tf
Found-Opportunity to make $1.00 per
hour afternoons. Send 10 cents for
samples and instructions. S. W. D.,
48 Maynard. 27

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liatters and 'Funisr

342 S. State St.

PressBuiling ayniard Street
&CrOS tr. & Ma~s1I

(Continued from page 1.) '
ciation would mulct from the student
in addition to his five already spent.
After subtracting the number of
tickets exchanged for yellow coupons
from the total number disposed of, the
remainder could be accounted for on
the $2 basis and the others on the $1
basis in settling with Cornell. Even if
a duplicate set of tickets were requir-
ed, so as to give the students the priv-
ilege of obtaining a seat anywhere on
the field, could not the athletic associ-
ation afford the expense of "two or
three men for three or four days" to
accommodate 5,000 students?
The argument is advanced that here-
tofore students have had to sit in the
students' reserved section or else pay
more than $1 for a seat, and that the
new plan is just the same. It is the
same, with the added feature that if
they desire to sit on the south side of
the field, each also pays for a seat on
the other side.
Athletics are supported entirely by
the students of this university. There-
fore they should be given the very best
seats on Ferry field for every athletic
contest at the smallest sum practica-
ble. (Signed)
GEORGE A. CRAM, A.B.
'11-'13L.
See Mack and Company's special
toque offer on page 2.
THE "OMAR CIGARETTE IS THE
GOOD CIGARETTE. THIS IS WHAT
EVERYONE SAYS WHO SMOKES
THEM. DROP IN AT DAVIS AND
KONOLD'S AND SEE THE FINE
OMAR WINDOW DISPLAY.

Arnold & Co., Jewelers

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How Are Your Eyes
Our methods of eye examination, no "drops" used dete
the exact needs of your eyes.
Our optical system produces exact glasses.
We grind our own lenses and make all glasses to order.
Shu-on Agency

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LOST
Lot--Somewhere between East Uni-
versity avenue and Episcopal. church
one brown suede glove, new. Finder
please return to 727 E. University
a enue,

Before buying your Fall and Winter
Suit, Overcoat, Raincoat, Hats, Caps,
and Furnishings. It will pay you to
look over our assortment, Spaulding
Sweaters, Webber's Sweaters, Hole-
proof Hosiery, Interwoven Hosiery.

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,ost--In economics building or near-
by, Lucky Curve Fountain Pen, mot-
tled barr 1.. Please notify L. W.
Lis, 721 E.iron street, Bell phone

Exclusive agency fOr GIBSQN

MANDOL IINS

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WADHAMS & COMPAN
121-123 S. Main St.

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