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The Michigan Daily, 1912-12-01

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

of the "English" swing I

1.

now STEIN-B3LOCH SMART CLOTHES to make them
ylish looking-of course they fit in that comfortable way
is the result of 58 years of knowing how to tailor good
s.
will save you money too, and you will appreciate this better'
aiuatioh and try- on. Come in to-day or to-morrow.
acinaws on hand $6.50 to $10.00

in price

isch mitt, Apfel

&Co.-

PHRAI STS' INV6E STWAT LIO-7N
SHOW STANDATIRD I L MATANED
It is not the intention nor is it with
in our jurisdiction to show up th,-
merchants of Ann Arbor, alid especi
ally the pharmacist.
In outlining the course in Food anc
Drug analysis one day the statement
was made: 'That so- far only one sam-
ple of Spirits of Camphor had bee>
found up to standard!' At that tirn2
only three different samples had bew i
exa.mined of the fifteen stores in town.
At present samples have been obtain-
ed from six stores and only two faun-_i
below standard.
We are glad to cooperate with tLe
pharmacists of Ann Arbor and of the
state and would be glad to make an
analysis of their Spirits of Camphor
at any time.
W. S. HUBBARD,
Iistructor in Food and Drug Analysis.
Huyler's candy is always the very
best.
Bring in your dull razor blades to
be, sharpened. Satisfaction guaran-
teed. H. L. Switzer, 810 S. State St.
The largest and finest stock in the
city. Goodyear's Drug Store. 3 tf
Notice.
The German Phi sorority's new,
house being ready for occupancy, there
are now two very pleasant suites and
one exceptionally pleasant single room
vacant at 1130 Washtenaw Ave. Rent
reduced.: 51-54
Open every evening until 9:30. Sun-
days from 9:30 to 12:30, 1:30'to 3:30
only. Lyndon's kodaks, films, flash-
lights. 719 N. University. Sun&Fri

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of, sclected Chocolates
to r xs top notch inl
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F'USSYI PACKAGE
I' Pharmacy
4 S, State St.

HSU51 FIRST FOREIGIN STUDENT
TO0 MAKE STAFF OF DAILY.
:F. Jabin Hsu, '14, who has been
*,}:--,tted to The Michigan Daily staff,
:~ie first man from a foreign coun-
to be put on the staff. Hsu came
this 'country a year ago last Sep-
; &mber from Shanghai. He was sent
:-ro by the Chinese government to
F flete his education begun at Tsin
:College at Pekin, from which he
., c>ight advance credit enabling him
enter the sophoimore year in the
,anvesity. Hsu expects, after fin-
ishinig his course here, to go to Wash-
in ton, D. C., where he will enter
George Washington University, with
the ultimate intention of entering the
dillIomiatic service. As mentioned in
YC~ O ~>'sDaily, Hsu is the joint a-
tho'? ~ ., lay to be given presently be-
-- me Oorda-Fratres Cosmopolitan
cmib, Tl .:-2;,ay seals with Chinese
ci, tm s i, > is entitled, "A glimpse
SABBlATHI SUGGESTIONS.
union services this evening will be
led by Prof. Thomas C. Hal, of the
Union Theological Seminary, New
York city, at the Presbyterian church.
His subject will be Christian Democ-
racy." The morning sermon at this
church will be preached as usual byI
the Rev., L. A. Barrett, subject: "A
Hos~t Opportunity."
"Church Hospitality" will be the
theme of the Rev. Henry.Tatlock's ad-
dress this morning at St. Andrew's
tEpiwcopal church. Noon Bible classes
for university men and women are ,
conducted by the assistant pastor, W.
0. Raymond and Mrs. G. W. Patter-
son.
At the Methodist church this morn-
ing, tdi a service will be taken up in the
almllnistration1 of the Lord's Supper.
In the evening, the student pastor,
HI. It. Rotzril will deliver a sermon on
"Ani Appeal to Youth." The Rev, and
Mrs. A. W. Stalker will conduct Bi-
ble classes at noon for students.
The morning sermon at the Baptist
church will be delivered by the pastor,
ttce R{ev. Frank Bachelor, subject:
"The Lost Christ" Assistant pastor,
N. C.'Fetter, Jr., will address the .
guil~ class at noon on "Chrstianity
Its Incipiency." The Young Peope' >
mieetinrg at 6:30 p. in., will be a song
service, led by Ethel MGregory and
John Corliss.
"It li.loi. and the Scientific Concep-.
:,u of Law" will be the subject of
the Rev. Robert F. Loring's sermon
this trior:Aing at the Unitarian church.
At 7 :30 p. in. the 'Young People's Re-
ligious Union will be addressed by the
Rev. Eugene Shippen, whose topic
will be: "The New Prometheus."
Dr. Theodore. Soares, of Chicago
University, will deliver the morning
sermon at the Congregational church,
bris subject being "The Cost of Moral
Salvation."
PLANS FOR 1913 SUMMER
SCHOOL NEAR COMPLETION
The budget of the. 1912 summer
-hool is being completed by Prof.
1=.,. w ard . Kraus, and will be submit-
V~to the regents. The faculty for
¬ęcotning session of summer school
'ing arranged, and the list willin
>~in many able representatives from1
i'universities. Complete an-
roj:r.1,eents of the work and faculty
£.;r ti;o next summer session will be
ci: 11; weeks.

t ,o: Huyl r's just re-

Dlo you know how to us a Kkda?
This question will soon be asked by thousands of prospective emnp yrs.
And you willwant to answer eyes." The time has come when ph s'o
graphic records play an important part in every branch of industry, ai, d
the man who expects to help furnish the brains for American Capital
will be called upon to do this photographie wort-.
TheKodsk has so wonderfully impified photog,. aph) hat tbeStudent of tsay
makes a great mistake if he does not learn how a, hilk he bas the oppcrtuniity
Let nme help you.

104 N. Fourth Ave

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SLYNDOANUPLE
!ET ONE OF OUR ODKSAN-UPlIS Tel.pI
ALARM CLOCKS and you will get to yo It classesc
Prices always right and all clocks guaranteed. New lccation.
1 1 EAST WASHINGTON STRIEET
J. L. CHAPMAN, Jewelt =
INow is the time to select Artistic Christmas Can'e's iron
usual large assortment foundl at
DE FRIES A'RT STORE
20 5..'MAIN

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Q.uarry Drug Co

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MAX KRUVTSCH
The Popular Price Tailor
DELL PHONE 8714L

Extra Fine Blue Serges and Overcoats $28 and $30.

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LOST WHAT T
-0-.
Was It Valuable I~
Was it Serviceable l
Do you miss itl
Would you like to f'ind it?
The little busy two-bita
goes into nearly every hous
Ann Arbor. The chance to
it means the use of the adle
TRY THE MICHIGAN DA
WANT AD COLUMN.

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SPFCIAL FEA'

The Lion Ti

Golf

Caps

We nowv have on hand for your inspection a new and care-
selectcd line of Shaw-Made Caps. You will find the
d style as well as the patterns of this English~ Golf to be
It in every detail.

blame yourself-if you can't
play up to form with a strange
racket, or golf club, or base
ball. Th~ere. is no a ccuse for
you. Spalding Atli etic G~oods
are on sale in e; e:y town from
Main to Califvornia,,
A. G.Spautding &Bros.
254 Woodward Ave. Detroit

An Iexciting
4rect fr.om the
}play houses.

On wed.,

k er & Company
Furnishers 3425S. State St.

store is a member of the Michigan "CO-Op" Association.
ess Building Maynard Street
Across from Majestic
4EUW MICHICGAN SONGX

LOST
Lost--A black Conklin self-filling pen.
Finder phone 870-L. 52-5~3
Lost-Reddish brown pocket' boob
containing $53, Nov. 28, at about 7
a. m. between corner of State St.,
Packard, and 306 Thompson. Lib-
eral reward.: Gall 723 W. 52-53
Lost-A silver Masonic watch charm,
the size of a quarter. Reward.
1336-14 53
Lost-Between Newberry hall .<h~
E. Liberty St., on either SI'ate or
Liberty, a black purse containing
between seven and eight dollar.
Finder please call 1649-J. 53
FOR RENT
For Rent--Furnished room for stu-
dents, 344 S. Main St., corner Main
and Williams. 53-4-~5
WANTED
Wanted-B'(right energetic student to
work spare time. Good pay to right
man. Address Daily Office, Box R.
T. X. 50

.Before buying your Stl it oi- Overcoat it would
you to look over or ass rtueut
Always the right 0, ag in BHats, Caps anld Furn
Ings.
New4 ine ,.kinau77 list receiv

Lococ d4vn Main i.; the

Holoproof Hoss,

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Gibsons Mandolins and Guitars

WADHAMS' & COMPAJ
121-123 S. Main St.

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suit particular people, Belle

Sweets, Morses', Lowney's, etc,

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is and Overcoats of good fabrics, thoroughly Tailored,'$1~5-$20$25'

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