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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Jncle 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

= Lndenschmitt, Apfel

& Co.=

ONE OF OUR Telephone 716.1
ALARM CLOCKS and you will get to your classes on time.
es 11.vlty, right and all clocks guaranteed. New location.
111 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler

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Morris

Cigarettes
(Original London)
The oldest high-
grade Turkish Cigar-
ettes in the world I

Quarr y's
The
Drug Store on
the Corner

PROMINENT WOMEN
WILL VISIT CITY
Association of Collegiate Alumnae is
to Hold Annual Meeting
Here Next Week.
DEANS TO HOLD CONFERENCE.
Ann Arbor is the first small town
to be favored with a meeting of the
National Association of Collegiate
Alumnae. The annual convention will
be held here the week of November
11 and will be an important one in
many respects. A complete reorgani-
zation of the by-laws on more demo-
cratic principles, is planned, besides
the admission of numerous new col-
leges. Reports of all local chapters
concerning their special work, will be
read, bringing out the multiple ac-
tivity of the association as a whole.
The meetings will be for the most
part, general, and the public is cordi-
ally invited to attend. Social events
of the convention will include teas at
the homes of Pres. H. B. Hutchins, and
Regent J. E. Beal; the regent's recep-
tion in Memorial Hall, and other af-
fairs planned by the alumnae of De-
troit.
In connection with the convention of
the alumnae, will be the conference of
abc t 35 women's deans from various
colleges and universities, who will be
entertained together with half a score
of college presidents, by Dean Myra
B. Jordan, on November 11.
Prominent among representative
American women, attending the con-
vention will be Pres. Mary E. Woolley,
of Mt. Holyoke; Miss S. P. Breeken-
ridge, of Chicago University; Miss. Ju-
lia C. Lathrop, chief of the Children's
Welfare bureau, the presidents of Bryn
Maur, Vassar and other women's col-
leges, besides prominent club women.
The association has a membership
of nearly 5,000. Divided among 48
branches scattered throughout the
country, these women bend their inter-
ests and energies along the lines of
civic and educational betterment. Es-
pecially are they interested in the con-
crete problems of the living wage and
the economic efficiency of college
women, better housing, sanitation,
pure food, juvenile courts and conser-
vation.
STRONG NUMBER OBTAINED
FOR ORATORICAL COURSE.
Miss Mary Laughton, of the Drama
league of Boston, has been booked by
the Oratorical association for an ad-
dress and reading about December 1.
Although arrangements have not yet-
been definitely made for 'the num-
ber, it is practically assured.
"Miss Laughton conducts a school of
speech arts in Boston, and is unusually
strong on the platform. She has many
speaking engagements, especially with
women's clubs," said Prof. Trueblood,
in speaking of her.
As one of the leading members of the
Drama league, Mips Laughton is an ex-
cellent authority on subjects of this
nature. She is delivering a series of
five lectures before the Twentieth Cen-
tury club of Detroit this winter.

MUSIC AND DRAMA
Faculty Concert This Thursday.
The second faculty concert of the
year will be given on Thursday even-
ing of this week at 8:00 o'clock, in
high school hall, and not only will the
program include various important
compositions never before heard in
Ann Arbor, but the personnel of ar-
tists will add a significant member to
its list. Anthony J. Whitmire, the
new member of the violin faculty, who
has recently returned from a three
years' term of study in Berlin, and who
last week, in conjunction with Mr.
Dotterweich, gave one of the most suc-
cessful "faculty recitals" on record,
will present a group of those recent-
ly discovered classics, so appealing to
any audience, and so peculiarly adapt-
ed to Mr. Whitmire's style.
William Howland will sing three
songs by Hans Hermann, and Albert
Lockwood will open the program with
the prelude from the Holberg Suite
and the Ballade of Greig, and the
"Canon and Fugue" by Mr. Stanley.
Those who last year heard this com-
poser's "Suite in the Old Style" for
piano and violin, and his "Attis" for
orchestra, the year before, will antici-
pate with pleasure the opportunity of
hearing another work of one of Amer-
ica's very few composers of genuine
value.
Albert Lockwood will bring the pro-
gram to a close with Schulz-Evler's
extraoi dinary transcription of those
well-beloved waltzes of Johann
Strauss.
JUNIOR LAWS WILL SMOKE
WITH MANY FACULTY GUESTS
Junior laws will give a smoker at
the Union Friday, November 8, at 7:00
p. m. Among those present will be
Dean H. M. Bates, of the law depart-
ment, Dian M. E. Cooley, of the engi-
neering department, and Professors
R. W. Aigler, T. A. Bogle, R, E. Bunk-
er, E. C. Goddard, E. Holbrook, and J.,
B. Waite, of the law department. No
formal program will be carried out,
impromptu speeches and music from
the class quartette being the order of
the evening. The smoker will be par-
tially devoted to a discussion of plans
for holding the class dances, dinners,
and the time and place of the annual
banquet. Tickets for the smoker, 25
cents.
Detroit Manufacturer Lectures Here.
Dr. A. A. Templeton, vice-president.
of the Morgan and Wright Co. of De-
troit, will deliver a public lecture this'
morning at 11:00 o'clock in room 308
chemical building on thesubject "Rub-
ber and the Manufacture of Automo-
bile Tires."

Will Be Taken This WV

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

Pictures of Fre
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the purest
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Ann Arbor's Beat Confectionery. Ice cream soda de luxe. C
descriptions.
WE PAY ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO STUDENTS, PARTIES, ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT
ON MAIN STREET

LOWNEY'S
CHOCOL ATES

Little Brown Box"

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RRiS & CO., Ltd.
adway, New York

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Lunches, Ice Cream, Fine Candies, Toba
Ye Olde Misasfon Shop

Bank
Vice-President

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Liberty and Main Sts.
AMost Convenient Place for Your
Banking

Will open about November 1st

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n Walz, Jr., Cashier

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Have you seen the Longfellow Shirt ? We now have a fine
lection of patterns of this excellent shirt made up with soft
rench cuffs and collars to match. Come in and look over the
te.
Don't forget that we carry the Soo Mackinaw Coat.

Tinker & Company

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Hatters and Furnishers

342 S. State St.

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Press Building Maynard Street
Across from Majestic
Latest Operatic
and
Popular Hits
Exclusive agency for GIBSON MANDOLINS

The other day the owner of an
apple orchard came into the Dai-
ly office. He wanted men to pick
apples from over 300 trees. He
placed a "two-bit want adlet" in
the want ad column asking for
men to report early the next
morning at his home 1 1-2 miles
from Ann Arbor. Result-27
men were on hand and over 1,000
bushels of apples were picked
before evening.

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UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.
Tuesday, November 5.-Meeting of the
Y. W. C. A. at Newberry hall, 5:00
p. m. Address by Prof. T. E. Rankin.
Tuesday, November 5.-Choral Union
rehearsal at the school music, 7:00
p. M.
Wednesday, November 6.--Lecture by
Dr. A. A. Templeton, room 303 chem-
ical building, 11:00 a. m. Subject,
"Rubber and the Manufacture of Au-
tomobile Tires."
Wednesday, November 6.-Dixie club
smoker at the Michigan Union, 7:30
p. m.
Thursday, November 7.-Membership
dinner at the Michigan Union, 6:00
p. m.
Thursday, November 7.-Faculty con-
cert at the high school auditorium,
8:00 p.m.
Friday, November 8.-Junior law*
smoker at the Michigan Union, 7:30
p. m.
A visit to the Ypsilanti Mineral Bath
House and a drink of the water will
convince you. 31

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the exact needs of your eyes.
Our optical system produces exact glasses.
We grind our own lenses and make all glasses to <
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