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October 11, 1912 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Uncle Sam Presentsthe'Animals
in "JACK POT" or "Four of a Kinds'--to the People

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Thee's no bluffing when it
comes to quality
-we' re "stand patters" on
values.
We'll wager that
Stein=Bloch
Suits vMill give tong and faithful
service-
And meet with your approval
for a second term.

Beginning by denying that we are
a Wimmen Hater, and protesting that
we once spent a gladsomi summer in
Salt Lake City, we poise our quill for
today's morgue news.
,Iane Addams, ofCure
I went down to the o! d Whitnee,
There was some J v thvcr , b'iieve

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me.
WeIholrdfrAnd was put out the door,
I was even more I Uout

than she.
-Anon.

k<V, VS AT)VICE '1 FRESH LAWS.
Dean Bates Urges Men to Keep Out
of Petty Politics.
"Leave petty class politics alone,"
said Dean Henry, M. Bates Wednesday
afternoon in his annual address to the
first year law class. "It never pays to
spend, your time in tryng to gain a
class office and although a lawyer is
ixahir illy interested. in politics he.
s3hould keep away from it while a set;-
ilent i 2 the university"
Participation in outside activities
.hotuld be subordinated to the college
wvcrk a'so declared the dean. He said
it was all right to pay attention to cer-
tain activities that are most important
but as a general rule a student should
let the-,, alone as they tend to take him
away from his work.
"While, it is commendable to work~
one's way through school, especlillY if
required to, nevertheless, it works a
hardship to the student'," also asserted
Dean Bates. "You are here primarily
to study and you can not successfully
ae complish that end unless yuu spend
our entire time on your college
v,,ork."
q he new system of grading and the
i~ w rules of attendance wine also
explained by the dean.
Kansas Stuident: Will Meet Tronight,
All students from Kansas are re-
quested to attend an informal meeting
at McMillan hall tonight at 7:45. Ar-
ran gemnents for organization for the
year will be discussed.

~BIG SAL

I have over t o K daks aa id cfdrafs iii st~ck i d I mutst redL
it. Tuois is the timle to tbuJ and have the whole yvar to lea
h3owto10 udL'k.
A Mi,.higtan studvnt in kStc, a great: mistake if tie dot-S not lea
how to take pie;tarcs wh 'i iischool.
Alot of lYremos slightly shop worn, at 'greatly reduced pricrs.

AND

PR EYI

CAIYERI

OF KODA

Mackinaws in all styles from ,$5.00 to $10.00

Ypsi's 'New Prexy. We'd &ns..
Chawney was a steady fusser,
In the days gone b)-;
Now he is a steady cusser,
Can you guess the reason why?
-L. T.

- Undenschmitt, Apfeil

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CET ONE OF OUR Telephone 716-.J
ALARM CLOCKS and you will get to youir classes on time.
Prices alwI wys right and all clocks guarantt ed New location.
'111 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
J. L. CHAPMAN, jeweler

That 1911
nice lookin:'
hopes! along
way.

drinkin, fomit makes a.
mnonument for departed
the quenchery line any-

L YF4 DOTY

719 Ns

Unkiversity,

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Rer~ta Foldi Kodak l~c per day

i

I Philip

Morris,

Q uarry 's

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

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An autographed photy-g raf of us,
with lard in our hair, to the fern-stude
sending in the best pornoe on Wimmneu
Sufferage. State age on coutribution"
In reply 'to many anxious queries
as to our political views, we beg to
state that we are not c uite, decided as
to our excuse for not fa ;osin woman
suffrage, and we think all the presi-
dential candidates ar ; nice, agreeable
men.

No

SWEET
BETTER SERVICE

AS IT SOUNDS
BET TER CA'

The

Drug Store on
the Corner
State and North University Avenue

Made of
Turkish
only.

the purest
Tobaccos

Everything in, Drugs
and Sundries

"T1he -Lit-tle Brown Box"
ILLIP MORRIS & CO., Ltd.
West Broadway, New York

Quarry Drug Go,.

.9

'eman-4erican yiaan The
Liberty and Main. Sts. State Savings Bank
MOtConvenient Place for. Your Wm IJ Booth, President' Wm. Arnold, Vce-President
Banking C. John Walz, Jr., Cashier
fa cki nawCoatsI

The thundering question of the day
is who put the nitroglycerin ini baby's
rattle?
Why, We Ask Agaiii, Whry
A picture in a State street window
shows two pairs of opposite-gendered
lips soulfully but sura'Aly app roach ing;
each other. The print bears in bigI
letters the inscription "U. of M." At a'
short distance it resembles "UM?" The'
whyness thereof is what we ask.
John Dru, Leave miy Theakter!f
Well, has the lake-side summer fem
written to you as she murmuringly
promised that she would on that mel-
low, soulful eve in July when she nes-
tled cozily in?-you know very well
where she nestled. Has she?
Yes, but the space it takes up.
If for any reason Iliyler's Candy is
not satisfactory, return to 214 S. Main
St. and we will make it good.
Fresh Soph Rush. Shoes for Rush.
Harry Muller, 310 S. State St.
Typewriters, typewriting and sta-
tionery, ZEWADSKI and LANE, 310
S. State. 8-9
The largest and finest line in the
city, Goodyear's Drug Store. 3-6-9-12
INSTRUCTION
Miss Le Yin, 405 "1{gist University.
French for those, wishing to speak the-
language, Expert tutoring in' gram-
mar and literature. Special attention
to individual requirements, including
mIu usical p~ronunciation. Full informa-
tion on application.
:cod
Full D~ress, Tuxedo, and Prince Al-
bert Suits for Hire. Whittington Co.7
244 Woodward Ave. Detroit Mich.
e. o. d.

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TYPEWRITERS for rent, $3.00 per
month, 7Gewadski and Lane, 310 S.
State. 8-9)
WCyhere can we buy popular music
at the right prices? Why, at Grinnell
Bros. They sell' it at ten cents per
copy.' 120 and 122 E. Liberty St 8-13
Wanted-Students to pick apples.
Twenty for Saturday. Apply Stu-
demrits' Y. M. C. A. 9
FOR SALE.
For Sale-Ladies black winter suit
latest pattern, in thoroughly good,
condition, size 38.. Only slightly
used. Inquire 701 Forest Ave. 9.'s
For Sale-At half -price. L. C. Smith
No. 5, Underwood' No. 4-both new.
Students Directory, Call 723-J. °9
For Sale-Complete outfit cost $175.00;
will sell for $45.00. Mostly New York
and yChicago Models, size 38. Includ-
es fancy tailor suit, grey Norfolk
coat, white dress with Irish lace,
fairly good imported Chiffon waist,
black lace and silver hat, snucal
straw and ostrich tips, and beaded
net afternoon dress. Will send by
express for examination. 8-9
LOST
Lost-A" fountain pen between law
building and 110 N. Ingalls on Thay-
er or Huron. Finder please return
to 110 N. Ingalls. 9
Lost-A gold muff link with the initial1
R. Finder please mail or returnr to
710 E. Ann St. 8. !s-10i
FOR RENT
For Rent-A very desirable suite two
blocks. from, campus at 431 The : p-
son St. 8-S
For Rent-Very desirable suite of
rooms; one block west of canmpus.
All modern eonveniences. Rate.-
$3.50. 514 E. Jefferson St. Phone
1556-J. 8-9-10
For Renit-Suite for one or two, third
floor, hot and cold water in bed
room. Cheap if taken at once. 710
E. Ann St. K-9
For Rent-First class single room;
block and half from campus. O-
-cupant wishes to. room with friend.
Call Reed 1471L 7:30-8 p. m. 7-8-9
For Runt-Pleasant front room for
gentlemen. 1038 E. Huron St. 7-8-9
FURNISHED ROOM.
Nice clean single room in private
home, modern, no other roomers; for
gentlemani of good habits. 411 E. Wil-
l lan St. Phone 1497. tf

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COOP~v

Just Phone
We call for and de

Sufis Presy
Trousers f

IWaterman's Ideal Fountain Pe
I 'Thre Types

SAFETY'
A -sets"ed pen, c s
be carried in any
position. (,an't spill
ink.

REGULAR
Lacrg . c apacity.
(lut "get cm (Iof U-

SELF-FILLIN
Deviee inside
barrel. ' illedf
Ht"uo n ld ir'rct fl
ink suII ly'.

I

GOLDMAN 1
220 S. State Stj
Bell Ph ones 1890-

THE SUGAR BOWL

An-a Arbor's Beat Conf ectionery. Ice cream -oda de luxe. Can4
descriptions.
WE FAY E ?ECIAL ATTENTION TO TdDE!4TS, PARTIES, ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTI
ON .VAIM STREET

We are now carr'ying the "boo" line of water proof Mackinaws
in all of the latest pa4tterns. Made in bath plain and Norfolk
styles.- You are cordially in'Vitcd to look over the line whether
you intend to purchase or not.

WEF CARRY A COMPLETE L NE
OS. M
Arnold& Co,,, Jeweler S 22STR EE'
Dey 1es! A rlt Store u. si~m
FIN!ART GOODS
The Plai.cto lxave Yoiur PictueIr'a tad fri awl Art'
' M EH r* ,t~l o1[

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mummos"

I Tinker & Company
Hatters and Furnishers '342 S. State St.

St~ent

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IN

ome

.

lhilversift usic ibouse
I Pcess Bu Ilding Maynard Street

or

Across from Majestic
PVSLISHESRS 0OF
Varsity <<l kind o' Like Ann Arbor"
Yellow and Blue Koanzaland Opera
Michigan Field Song Crimson Chest Opera
Compn1lete Stock of Msic
College Staantard Operatic Popular
Gibson eMsndolli s ajmd uitars
PIANOS FOR RENT

Before buying your Fall and Winter
Suit, Overcoat, Raincoat, Hats, Caps,
and Furn-shings. It will pay you' to
look over our assortment, Spaulding
Sweaters, Wbe's Sweaters, V ole -
proof Hosiery, Interwoven Hosiery.

For a gym suit or football outfit try
Wahr's University Bookstore. 1 to 10
UNDERW+OOD TYPEWRITERS, new
slightly used or rebuilt, for sale or
rent. 0. D. MORRILL over Baltimore
Lunch. -tf
Rebuilt TYPEWRITERS of all mak-
es, latest ihodels, 1-4 to 3-4 mfrs. price,
for sale on easy terms. 0. D. MOR-
RILL, over Baltimore Lunch. tf

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WADHAMS & COMPAT
121-123 S. Main St.

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THE ORIGINAL
NON LEAKABLE FUtNTAII PEN

There are two things that you have a right to dena
of a fountain pen
perfect wo' k while In use and good behavior while not in use. Moore's covers both of these to
Not only does it write the instant you want it to but it keeps on writing freely and] evenly as long as there i~s a drop of
reservoir. Whmeniyon are (lone with the pen asimple operation pulls the pen-point back into the barrel, the cap is sere,
the ink reservoir becomes an air-tight chamber from which it is impossible for ink to escape. Mloore's is the original n,
fountai' pea. Naturally time success of this pen has brought forth many imitations, and it is this wihich proiupts us to
to look carefully for the Ntoore imprint.
Vrnversi ytParmacy

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