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UNIVERSITY NOTICES

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All class football managers who did
not attend the meeting of managers
last night will call up Milligan (566)
between 12:00 and 1:00 o'clock today.
Junior lits,-Everyone out for class
football practice this afternoon, 3:15
o'clock at South Ferry field.
Forestry club will hold its first
meeting Wednesday, October 9, at 7:30
o'clock in room 407 new engineering
building. Prof. Roth will give a talk.
Soph lit football practice every day
this week 3:30 o'clock South Ferry
field.
Junior engineering football practice
at South Ferry field 4:15 o'clock to-
day.
Oratorical board will meet in room
302 University hall at 4:00 o'clock
Wednesday. Present delegates will act
until installation of successors.
Gargoyle business staff meeting and
try-outs Tuesday at 5:00 o'clock, Press
building.
Junior laws interested in football
meet in room 5 at 4:00 o'clock today.
The Girls. club of St. Andrew's
Church' give their opening reception1
Wednesday, October 9 from 4:00 to
6:00 o'clock at Harris hall. All girls
of the Episcopal church are cordially
invited.
A meeting of the University of Mich-
igan Woodrow Wilson club will be held
at the Union at 7:30 o'clock tonight.
A meeting of the Student Council
will be held at 7:00 o'clock tonight
in the law building.
The first rehearsal of the Choral
Union will be held this evening at 7:00
o'clock in Frieze Memorial hall.. All
old members are urged to report in or-
der to secure their usual seats. New
members may come to the School of
Music any day from 11:00 to 2:00
o'clock, when Mr. Stanley will try their
voices.
A general rehearsal of the Universi
ty Symphony orchestra has been called
for Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock,
in Frieze Memorial hall.

LARGER STAGE BEING BUILT
IN NEW UNION DANCE HALL
Carpenters are at work building an
addition to the stage in-the dance
hall of the Michigan Union. "Mimes,"
the Union opera club, advocated the
eniargement of the stage in order to
make it suitable for presenting sketch-
es and original "stunts" during the.
winter. On evenings of dances, that
portion of the stage which is now being
constructed will be removed.
Card Catalogue is to be Protected
A set of fireproof card catalogue
boxes has been received at the library.
It will be used for the shelf list and
the old wooden boxes will be put to
some other use. This precaution has
been taken in order that the contents
of each shelf in -the building may be
known in case of fire.
Prof. Hegner is Back From East.
Prof. R. W. Hegner has just return-
ed from Massachusetts where he was
called to help originate some means
of destroying the gypsy moth. The
pest has spread/from Massachusetts
to adjoining states and the govern-
ment is now spending $300,000 annual-
ly in an effort to discover a method of
extermination.
Comedy Club Holds First Meeting.
Comedy club members met yester-
day afternoon and in a general way
planned their year'sbwork. Many of the
old members are back and the pros-
pects for the year are good. The an-
nual play will bechosen in about two
weeks and the try-outs will be held
immediately afterward.
UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

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Which Show in Fit and Appearance
Just What They Are

For the young men of high school or
college age who demand the utmost
iudsviduality and style we are fully
prepared to show suits that they will
be glad to try on and then-wear
home.
The fabrics and patteons are newest, mos
correct for Fall, and the models embrace th
English, three button soft roll; two and thre
button conservative and several new model
in Norfolk style. Made according to ou
bwn specifications - which means style
quality service.
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Attention to Fratrnitios
and Sororiti.s
ON MAIN STREET
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prices. Hair Good
Bell Phone 13904 E. B. HAYLEY, 206 B. Liberty S

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INSTRUCTION
Piano, Organ, Voice, Composition

ncoats, Gym Suits, Freshman Caps,
;ollars and Shirts. Agents for

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Toggery Shop
Phone 1160-L E. J. LOHR, Proprietor
Typewriters for Students
- - 1000 late d, Rem-
ngton, $10 to $50. Free Trial
$1.00 weekly or rent apply. Cat-
d fresh alog and samples, ribbons, papers
ae best free.
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Detroit Typewriter Co.
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E. Ann St. ANN ARBOR OFFICE
334 South State St., p-Stairs

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Octocor 9th, ltth
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Afternoon and EvsnIng
Under the auspices of the
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Around the World With the
U, S Navy
With a full and complete lecture by
Lieutenant Merriam
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The Selge of Petersburg
Admission - 10c
TUESDAY, PATHE'S WEEKLY

New Policy at Majestie.'
A new policy will be inaugurated at
the Majestic theater this week that is
bound to be popular with a large ma-
jority of the student body. Starting
today and continuing throughout the
entire theatrical season, four matinees
will be given each week on Tuesdays,
Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays,
the performance starting promptly at.
3:00 o'clock. The afternoon perform-
ances will open with photoplays and
students can arrive as late as 3:30 and
still be in time to see the entire vau-
deville programs. The usual matinee
prices will prevail and this afternoon
every university man and woman who
attends the matinee, will be presented
with a silver (Rogers make) nut pick
and cracker set consisting of seven
pieces.
STUDENT COUNCIL MEETS TO.
PLAN FRESH-SOPH CONTESTS
Preparations for the fall contests
will be made at the first regular meet-
ing of the Student Council to be held
this evening. Committees will be ap-
poined for the various details of the
contests and arrangements will also
be made for the election of new coun-
cilmen from the junior and senior
classes.
On Monday, October 14, Miss How-
ell will resume her class in china
painting for the coming year.,. Ad-
dress, 718 Church St. Phone 230-L,
6-7
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS, new
slightly used or rebuilt, for sale or
rent. O. D. MORRILL over Baltimore
Lunch. tf
Rebuilt TYPEWRITERS of all mak-
es, latest models, 1-4 to 3-4 mfrs. price,
for sale on easy terms. O. D. MOR-
RILL, over Baltimore Lunch. tf
The largest and finest line in the
city, Goodyear's Drug Store. 3-6-9-12
Lab. Supplies, Aprons, shop tools,
etc.,aat Wahr's University Bookstore.
1 to 6

Tuesday, October 8.-Bishop Williams
at Newberry Hall, 5 p. m.
Monday, October 7.-Lecture by Dr.
Gunther Jacoby, "Cultural Educa-
tion," in lecture room of Tappan
hall, 8 p. m.
Tuesday, October 8.-Lecture by Dr.
Gunther Jacoby, "Bergson, Pragma-
tism and Schopenhauer," in eco-
nomics building lecture room, 4:30
p. m.
Tuesday, October 8.-Michigan Union
membership committee smoker at
the Union, 8 p. m.
Wednesday, October 9.-Varsity vs.
Reserves at Ferry field, 4 p. m.
WANTED
Wanted-A married couple to board.
Woman to work in tea room for
board. 1109 College St. 6-7
Wanted-A violinist for orchestra
work. Phone 1050-J. 6-7
FOR SALE.
For Sale-New High Grade $400 piano
at sacrifice. On account of death of
wife must sell piano. Call at 107
S. Thayer St. Opposite High School
Monday or Tuesday or phone 1231-J.
Frank Poole. 5-6-7
For Sale-Guaranteed typewriters, L.
C. Smith; Oliver, and others at rock
bottom prices.. W. A. Cobb. Phone
1207-J. 6-7
LOST
Lost-Season Athletic ticket book,
name inside, Marjorie Sebrig. Find-
er please notify 1153-L 6-7-8
Lost-Waterman fountain pen, coral'
color, Wednesday evening in front
of Granger's Academy. Address Mc-
Clare, 613 Packard St. Phone 365-L.
FOR RENT
For Rent-A desirable suit, one block
east of campus. Inquire, at 526
Church St. Phone 1064-J. 5-6
For Rent-Corner flat, first floor Cut-
ting Apts. Inquire of janitor or call
phone 1898. 5-6-7
FURNISHED ROOM.
Nice clean single room in private
home, modern, no other roomers; for
gentleman of good habits. 411 E. Wil-
liam St. Phone 1497. tf

NOTICE :
TUES.
WED.
FRI.
SAT.

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Best Seats 15
Free Silver Nut Pick Sets (7 pieces)
To university men and women attend-
ing matinee today

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THE HOUSE OF STANDARD QUALITY
Designers of Men's Clothes

Matinee every week
3 p m.

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Made in
All Heights and Style
Try Them
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Suits 25c Plain Skirts 3
Called For and Dellvered

Supply Store

1111 S. University
'EREKS TO THE STUDENT BODY
ooks, Loose Leaf Binders, Fountain Yarns, Fine Stationery,
velry, Engineers' Supplies, Shop Tools.
s and Gilbert's Candy. Cigars, Tobacco, etc.

MARTIN HALLER
Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Mat
Upholstery Goods, Linoleum and Drap

r Savings Bankf
00 Surplus $100,000
$3,000,000
Business Transacted
cocI, Pres., W. D. Hari-
M. J. Fritz, Cashier.

Ann Arbor Dye Works
French Dry and Steam Cleaning

112, 114, 116, I18, 120 and 122 E. Liverty Street

Bell 628

204 E. Washington St.

BOTH PHONES 148

PASSENGER ELEYA1

Big Store

Reule, Conlin, Fiegel Co

.s a young men's store aims tokeep in close, constant touch with its clientele absorbing the ideas and studying the individual tastes o.f alert and progressive young fellows
who regard correct attire as an asset in social and business life. Autumn's finest in Furnishings

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ial values, at................................................$1.00
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Manhattan, headquarters for these famous Shirts............................$1.50 to
Hosiery, extra strong showing at ...................................
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