THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WAGNER & CO.
Sign of the Big White Shoe
FOR FINAL GAME
Already the fighting fever is on, the
pulse of battle is beating,-and the
sensitive finger of Dr. Ann Arbor Pub-
lic-Man has noted the rising tempera-
ture, tlie increased pulsations, and is
responding to the symptoms, not by
trying to allay the malady, but by
catching it himself, and by prescribing
irritative medicine for the other wil-
ling sufferers. What is his dope?-
Four colors: crimson and white, maize
This welcome epidemic of Michigan
enthusiasm began three days ago at
the city hall and the fire department,,
where the decorated windows and tow-
ers are remarkable for their quiet, ar-
tistic dignity. From those places the
contagion spread rapidlyathroughout
the down-town district, along State
street, to the east of the campus, so
that where, a day or so ago, post-cards,
tooth-brushes, thermo bottles, baby
carriages, neck-ties, traveling bags,
mackinaws, etc., etc., ad. infinitum,
were carefully arrangeddin tasteful
disorder, now are appearing banners,
streamers, pennants, and other vivid
decorations significant of the, comning
struggle with Cornell.
This early start promises a brilliant
finish, indicates that by tomorrow Ann
Arbor's streets will be a riot of flash-
ing testimony to the playing of Mich-
igan's biggest game at home, and to
the gratifying attitude of the towns-
Ann Arbor Dye Works
French Dry and Steam Cleaning
Bell 628 204 E. Washington St.
L. R. Wahl, Manager
NOVEMBER ISSUE OF "THE
FORESTER" IS PUBLISHED.
The November number of The For-
ester, the official publication of the
University of Michigan Forestry club
has just been distributed. The book
contains the announcement of two new
members of the faculty, junior Prof. O.
L. Sponsler, '10, who comes from the
University of Nebraska, and assistant
Prof. P. S. Lovejoy,- '07. Professor
Roth outlines to a certain extent the
policy of the department for the year,
and there is also a complete .directory
of all the men who have been in the
The managing editor this year is
H. G. Mills and G. W. Walsh is busi-
Writer Addresses Class of Journalism.
In a talk which brought out the req-
uisites of writing for juveniles, Clar-
ence B. Kelland, editor of The Amer-
ican Boy, explained the advantages re-
sulting from literary work directed
primarily to the boy before Prof.
Scott's class in journalism yesterday
morning. Mr.. Kelland is the first of
several well known journalists who
will address the class during the sem-
Mississippi Has "Fussing" Strike.
The promulgation of an order pro-
hibiting the men students fro vis-
iting with women students in the class
rooms outside of study hours has
caused a general strike at the Missis-
sippi Agricultural and Mechanical In-
stitute. The students intend to keep
up the fight until their wrongs are re-
Ar. Darling Gives Lecture Tonight.
The second talk in the series of
emergency lectures will be given by
Dr. G. C. Darling this evening at the
Y. W. C. A. He will speak on "Frac-
tures and Dislocations."
Saturday, November 16
Majestic Grand Opera Co.
Presented In Faglish by an All-Star Grand Opera Cast
One hundred and ten People
Full Symphony Orchestra
Gwilyum Miles...-. - ME. ESTER ADABZRTo
Sebastian Burnetti-------------MmE. HORTENSE DARBLAY
Pilade SinAgra..------------------------Miss EVA VFRA
Bernard Feraos--------------------Miss LouisE ROGERs
ARTURO BOVI, Conductor.
Seat Sale Thursday, Nov. 14--10 A. M.
Prices 60c, 75c, $1, $1.50, $2.00. Boxes $2.50.
Mail Orders Filled in Rotation Received.
It" wvill abso-
or your money
to nIe and
beauty to the
skin. W-ill not
f ra g ra nt
A FNrW PLACE
KONOLDS The Home Of f
L B E R TS
ox Ca rnldes .
Cor. State & Packard Sts.
Lunches, Ice Cream, Fine Candies, Tobaccos
Ys Olds Misason Shop
Will open about November 1st 313 South State Street
W HO WE ARE
turers of Woolen cloth and America's largest mes' tailoring establishment making clothes to your individual measure
e, that would cost you ordinarily from $25.00 to $30.00, our price choice of 500 different materials at $17.50,no
ur opening day only a pair of extra pants same as suit or different, as you like, with every suit or oYercoat order.
HOW WE' DO IT
the makers of the cloth and selling it through our large chain of stores to you direct ena bles us to sell you clothes at
ice less the middleman's profit--come and conYincc yourself. All the season's latest designs in evry conceivable
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1 to fit or please you, your money refunded, if our garments don't
)olen material doesn't wear well, we will replace same with a
retain their shape until completely worn out,
new Garment. That's fair, isn't it'?
a new suit is yours for the asking.
ALL Suits $7S
A LL Overcoats$17.50
MADE TO YOUR MEASURE
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Company, AMERICA'S GREATEST TAILORS
216 SOUTH MAIN STREET
)d portraitof yourself will make a veryAppropri-
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