ran MIC N DAILY
t you to see our
:uston1 Lasts the ig1OE
new flat 7 8 inch a
tan, light or heavy ®
rgest stock of best fitting pumps you ever
and $5.00 per pair.
Tuesday, November 12.-Menorahi club
smoker at the Michigan Union, 7,:30
Wednesday, November 13.-Senior lit
dinner at the Michigan Union, 6:00
Wednesday, November 13.-Iowa club
smoker at the Mi higan Union, 7:30
Thursday,' November 14.-Senior law
dinner at the Michigan Union, 6:00
Huyler's candy has the reputation
for purity. Agency 214 S. Main St.
The largest and-finest stock in the
city,., Goodyear's Drug Store-. 3 tf
Fresh shipment of Huyler's just re-
ceived. 214 S. Main St. 34-35
A business meeting of the Hawkeye
club will be held, tomorrow evening
at the Union. All members are urged
to be present.
Senior lit football practice South
Ferry field :3:30 o'clock this afternoon.
American Chemical society meets in
room 151 chemical building this after-
noon at 4:15 o'clock, Prof. L. H. Cone
will read a paper on "Salts of Acrid-
ine, Pyridine and 'Quinoline."
Meeting of Commerce club in eco-
nomics building tonight at 7:00
Comedy club rehearsal Act 5 at Del-
ta Gamma house 7:15 p.- m. this ev-
A LARGE SHIPMEN'XT
All colors with belts,
Paldaco of Swefts
rurnish the lee Crrerm
MUSIC AND DRAMA
Attentton to Fratrnities
ONr MAIN STREET
3 de Y Dancing Class every
Lca ue inTuesday and Friday
cademy for' Children's aftern~oon class. Private
ies. $12, Series $10; -Wed. and Thur. $14, SeriesI
ries $14. Phone 1850) 570L Iw
IS IT WORTH WHILE I
The other day .the owner of an
app~le orchard came into the Dai-
ly office. Hle wanted men to pick
apples from over 304 trees. He
placed a "two-bit vwanit 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 wvere picked
IS IT WORTH WHILE?~
onliy Live Pie.c. for
N T S U PPLIES
a student needs-and then some-The original
can only be had at
A' handsome, display of Men's Suits
and Overcoats in this make is now be-
ing shown at' Allen's Good Clothes
Store on Main St. They represent all
the very newest styles in Greys, Blues,
Tans and novelty effects. You can
see a few of these novelty effects in
their window. 36
For, a good satisfactory dance or-
chestra call-up 120 9-IL. Rex..Orches-
WTCH FOR THE BIG YELLOW
FOOTBALL EXTRA NEXT SATIUR-
DAY. ON SALE IMMEDIATELY AF-
TIE R THE GALEEERYWHVERE.
iss Hunt's Recital.
A song recital by Miss Nora Hunt
has come. to be one of the regular
events of the. music year. Her pro-
gram" given last evening in the school
of music proved as enjoyable as her
recitals always are, and was appreci-
ated by a large audience. Miss Hunt's
art is worthy of great admiration in
many points. Her programs show al-
ways a devotion to best music. Her
voice is a pure and rich contralto'
which delights for its depth and son-
ority of tone; and Miss Hunt- uses it
with fine discrimination. In interpreta-
tive power, Miss Hunt is making great
growth; and her songs last evening'
were impressively given. Mrs. Seer-
ril played the accompaniments well;
and Mr. Johnston assisted with cello
Historical Recital Wednesday.
Albert Lockwood will give the sec-
ond of the series. of piano recitals on
Wednesday afternoon at the high
school. The program is a varied and
excellent one, comprising" selections
from Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, and
Debussy, with the Schulz-Evler "Blue
Danube" waltzes to close. 'With the.
assistance of critical program notes,
the recital should be as valuable to
bhe student as it promises to be de-
lightful to the amateur.
The full program will be announced
Absolutely vind and
rain proof, Mackinaw's
The only Ulster in town
Varsity Toggery S
1 107 S. University Ave. Phone 1 1 60-L E. J. LOI
Thes.t Youzr Clothes a.re Pr
Quite 'Necessary s® Sernd T
ISpaldin g and We bber Sweaters Roll CO"
Called For and
St. James Cafe
?;-t c ( o'"°e;di ri; t r.' i liu., t' Holll d, Dutch
Arts adCat.LbayThlr n r diC tlinctive de
~~.igin Your hi~spcctiiis C.eifiyslctd
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2 c SndayChicen Dnmom.
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call 1693-J. . Son m~ ' 'r<
a°: s 314, 116, 9:I&w 120 acod 22 E. Liberty 5treet
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Wait for Opening Saturday, Nov. 16
f $5.00 Pants Free,. Opening Dlay
h every suit or overcoat ordered. We have been fortunate in securei g
formerly occupied by Haller's Jewelry Store, in which to conduct one
,ranch stores. We wish to announce to the public of this com'munity
are considered the largest tailoring establishment in the United State s,
res all over. All woolen cloths used by us are (made at our own mills,
e we are able to offer such tremendous values. Satisfaction guaran-~
suits, Overcoats $17.50, _NoM rNo Less
Made to Order
Lost-One Williston's Cases on Sales.
Finder please call Plunkett, 194-J.
Lost-Gold Cameo stick pin. Finder
please return to 'H. L. Burgess, 109
So. Ingalls, 1535-IL. Reward.
Lost-At or near Majestic or High
school two strands of choral beads:
Finder please return to R. R. Seeley,
939 Greenwood Ave. and get reward.
s= aTH- cm' lOU+..macr-.'ae6.:'tSE OF sTAND:4!4+ tAI D Q1wUY"ot'-. A'Cr.a _Sa
Iis igj s^r..- -- ..-R s 01 en'-a~w _.s- , . Cloavth~~,a~:e...-sV~a+
HEN RY & CO.:
Stores all over the United States
For Rent-Desirable single room. for
young lady in house with girls.
Phone 1741-IL. 35-36
For Rent-Steam heated rooms over
Drug Store. E. E. Calkins. 32-37
THE CORNELL' FOOTBALL EX.
TIRAi WILL CONTAIN A' COMPLETE
ACCOUNT OF THE GAME, PLAY BY
PLA1Y, AS WELL AS FEATURE STO-
RIES, CUTS OF PLAYERS, ETC., Etc.
THIS IS THE SOUVENIR OF THE
SMYiIIinery Fall Millinery at
________________ prices. Hair G
Bell Phone 1390J E. E. HATLEY, 206 E. Liber
ALARM CLOCDKS at
oolIen Mills Company,
America's Greatest Tailors
Three Doors' North of Mack's Store
808 S. STATE: STREET
Reule, Conlin, Fiegel C
men's store ahims to keep in close, constant touch with -its clientele absorbing the ideas and studying the individual tastes of alert and progressive young fellows
who regard correct attire as an asset in social and business life. Autumn's finest in Furnishings
[ng at.... , .................................... 0 Manhattan, headquarters for these famous Shirts.. ............... . 50
ues at................. ........$1.50 and up to $2.50 Hosiery, extra stroug showing at..........
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D in"Filegel Co. 200-282 South r