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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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wle Sam Presents the Animals
in "JACK POT" or "Four of a Kind"--to the People

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All cars in the future will stop at
Goodyear Drug Store. 1 tf
The Land of the Cross is a great
exhibit of Holy Land and Bible scenes.
It consists of many courts reprsent-
ing exact oriental scenes. The scen-
ery and costumes are valued at $5,500.
There are four thousand square feet
of scenery and it requires one hundred
fifty. people to produce the play.

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

"Redman" collars now
Wagner & Co., State St.

in stock.
16-18

UNIVERSITY CALENDAR
Sunday, October 20.--Union service at
Baptist church, 7:45 p. m. Address
by Pres. Mullins, of the Southern
Baptist Theological Seminary.
Monday, October 21.-Third Faculty
recital by Nell B. Stockwell, pianist
'at the School of Music, 8:00 p. m.
Tuesday, October 22.-Commerce club
smoker at the Michigan Union, 7:30
p. m.
Tuesday, October 22.-Song recital by
Madame Schumann-Heink at Uni-
versity hall, 8:00 p. m.
Thursday, October 24.-Lecture by Dr.
Oliviera Lima on "Independence of
Latin-America and its Evolution in
the Nineteenth Century,"economics
lecture room, 4:15 p. mn.

"Amateur Photographers
Attention!
Important changes and improved methods make it posible t
for big reductions in amateur finishings.
All roll films developed hereafter (with prints) loc per roll.
Prints 3, 4 and Sc. Postal Cards 5c each
All films (including packs) are developed fixed and washd b
the tank method. No failures, no experiments. Bes
possible results.

Charlie, the Barber has moved to 619

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E. Liberty St.
Charlie's Barber Shop is
at 619 E. Liberty.
Get your election ticketsl
the Ann Arbor Press.

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Mackinaws in all styles from $5.00 to $10.00

now open
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12-17

LY D N 719 N.
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Vnmiver-
AVve.

= Lindenschmitt, Apfel &

Co. =

DeFries' Art Sto. C.SLIBERT
The Place to Have Your Picturs Framed in awn Artleti
M amn wer

Rent a folding kodak 10 cents.
don.

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. I Friday, October 24.-Members' night.

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GET ONE OF OUR Telephone 716"J
ALARM CLOCKS and you, will get to your classes on time.
Pricey alwiy r'ght and all clocks guaranteed. New location.
111 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler

You can have a 12 ex. film developed
just as cheap as a six. Only 10 cents.
Lyndon. e o d
Films developed by the tank method
hereafter only 10 cents per roll. Lyn-
don. e o d

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NATIVE ROLLED
RUSSIAN CICARETS

Quarry's

Full Dress, Tuxedo, and Prince A
bert Suits for Hire. Whittington C
244 Woodward Ave. Detroit Mich.
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Al-
Co.
d.

Delicious in flavour and of delightful aroma'
these cigarets appeal to the most critical tastes
Made from carefully selected imported tobaccos,
blended and rolled by native experts.
Made only with nicotine absorbing paper
mouth-pieces and rolled in imported straw-paper.
Boxes of one hundred each,
poetage prepaid, $1.00. Other
grades from 75c to $1.50 the hundred. Buy
direct from the jobber and save one-third
to one-half your cigaret money.
ALBERT E. MUNN
1407 E. 57th Street

The

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Drug Store on
the Corner
State apd North University Avenue

Chicago,

Illinois.

Everything in Drugs
and Sundries

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Insure
Yuor Skin
with
Wilson's

I t will abso-
lutely remove
freckles, tan
acid sunburn
or your nionev
back. Rest-
ores health,
t o n e an d
beauty to the3
skain. Will not
g ro w hair.
Delightfully
fragrant

Quarry. Drug Co.l
The
State Savings Bank
Wm J Booth, President Wm.ArnAld, VIce-President
C. John Walz, Jr., Cashier

FRECKLE

THE BROWN
CREAM DRUG STORE
REXAlL STORE

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Flannel

Shirts

If you are looking for good results1
bring your films to Hoppe. 15 & 17
Charlie's Barber Shop is now open
at 619 E. Liberty. tfj
Wanted-A man who has had success-
ful selling experience, for special
work in Canada on salary during
next vacation. Apply in own hand-
writing to lock box 73, city. 12-17
Student girls or boys desiring pri-
vate dining-room in desirable location
near campus, with sitting room lava-
tory, and separate entrance may ob-
tain quarters for 12 or 16 people at
1317 Washtenaw, Phone 543-J. 16-18
LOST'
Lost-Sorosis pin, Saturday morning,
Between Oxford Road and Campus.
Reward. Phone 251. 17
Lost-Friday afternoon, Conklin Self-
Filling Pen. Return to R. V. All-{
man, 626 E. University. Reward.
Lost-Will freshman who held broiwn
overcoat for contestant in Cane
Spree, please return same to 219 S.
Thayer. 1
FOR RENT
For Rent-Desirable front single room
very reasonable. Steam heat, tele-
phone, gas or electricity. 308 E.
Jefferson. 15-20
For Rent--Suite and single room with
bath. Very desirable. All conven-
iences. Short walk from campus.
Inquire 541 S. Division. 15-17
For Rent-Small suite finely located
1116 Washtenaw Ave. For price of
single room. 14-20
For Rent-Nice front suite for two
young men of good habits, no other
roomers. 411 E. Williaims St. Phone
1497. tf
FOR SALE,
For Sale-Cheap. Nearly complete
set of second-hand dental instru-
ments. Call 526 Packard St. 16-17
For Sale-INDIAN Motorcycles 4 and
7 HP. new and second hand for sale
cheap. Staebler & Sons, 119 Wash-
ington St. 15-20
For Sale-Bull Terrier Puppies at 802
S. 7th St. Call after 4:00 p. m.
14-19

at the Faculty club, Memorial hall
club room, 8:00 p. m.
DETROIT ALUMNI LISTEN TO
ADDRESS FROM COACH YOST
The Detroit graduates of the Uni-
versity of Michigan intend to hold
weekly luncheons throughout the win-
ter months at the University club. At
a meeting held last Wednesday, Coach
Yost gave a short talk on Michigan's
chances for success on the gridiron
this season. Several special enter-
tainments have also been planned,
which include the staging of the Mich-
igan Union opera, a concert by the mu-
sical clubs, and a smoker for the
football team.
MAILING FORCE AT WORK
ON INVITATIONS TO ALUMNI.
In order to accommodate the thous-
ands of loyal "grads" who flock to
Ann Arbor for the big game of the
year, Director Bartelme has a large
force at work mailing announcements
of the Cornell game, on November 16,
to 6,000 alumni. This will give them
an opportunity to get the pick of seats
for the big contest before the public
sale of tickets starts. The announce-
ments also give information regarding
special trains from Chicago, Detroit,
Grand Rapids, and Toledo. Although
none of the railroads have announced,
special excursion rates yet, a large
order of tickets from the principal
cities will aid the Athletic association
in getting low rates from those points.
Chaulie, the Barber has moved to 619
E. Liberty St. tf
See our line of small musical instru-
ments and get prices, before buying;
it will pay you. Grinnell Bros., 120-
122 E. Liberty. 17-22
Kentucky Club Meets for First Time.
The high protective tariff and the
South's annual production of "moon-
shine" were side-issues at the first
meeting of the Kentucky club at theg
Union last night. A committee has
been appointed to arrange for an old-
fashioned Kentucky Thanksgiving din-
ner.
The Holy Land Exhibit, illustrating
the Land of the Cross, which is to be
staged in the New Armory, Oct. 23,
24, 25, and 26, is of particular inter-
est to students because it brings Pal-
estine and the Orient. to the very
doors. Nothing short of a journey of
a year can take. the place of what may
be seen and learned during one even-
ing at the exhibit.
( ernan-4erican S igs n1
Liberty and Main Sts.
A Most Convenient Place for Your
Banking

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SWEET
BETTER SERVICE

AS IT SOUNDS,
BETTER CAND

Dry

Clean-

220 S. STATE ST.
BELL PHONE 1890-1891
We do not simply remove a few spots from the surface of the garment
by local treatment-but we thoroughly clean the fabric and the linings.
When sent to us your garments are really Dry Cleaned. We remove
all the dirt, the stains, the grease, etc.
How Are Your Eyes
Our methods of eye examnination, no "drops" used determine
the exact needs of your eyes.
Our optical system produces exact glasses.
We grind} our own lenses and make all glasses to order.
Shtr-O Af/ency
Arnold&J220 . MAIN
Arod o, Jewelers-STREET

THE SUGAR BOWL
Ann Arbor's Best Confectionery. Ice cream, soda de luxe. Candy of a
descriptions,
WE PAY ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO STUDENTS, PARTIES, ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION
ON MAIN STREET

Wa~tch This 'Space

SEE

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Have you seen the Longfellow Shirt ? We now have a fine
selection of patterns of this excellent shirt made up with soft
French cuffs and collars to match. Come in and look over the
linte.
Don't forget that we carry the Soo Mackinaw Coat.

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Tinker & Company

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Hatters and Furnishers

342 S. State St.

r. t i ibouse
Press Building Maynard Street
Across from Majestic
Latest Operatic
and
Popular Hits
Exclusive agency for GIBSON MANDOLINS
Ploan.os for Se.le and Rent

Before buying your Fall and Winter
Suit, Overcoat, Raincoat, Hats, Caps,
and Furnishings. It will pay you to
look over our assortment, Spaulding
Sweaters, Webber's Sweaters, Hole
proof Hosiery, Interwoven Hosiery.

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JUST OPEN A NEW PRESSING PARLOR
AT 338 MAYNARD STREET
Suits Pressed Sac BUY A TICKET Five Suits Pressed $1.00

WADHAMS & COMPAN'
12I-123 S. Main St.

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OTTO F. MALCOLM, Proprietor

FPor doors South of Majestic

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$ } : ,,d
aJ
p, , ;.

Zb'e

I*V-e r$itg

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NIFTY TOILET
Station for Colgate and William Toi
Strops, etc., etc. We Insist on
GOULDING & WIKEL,

ARTICLES of every description
let Supplies. Shaving Soap, Shaving Powder, Toilet Water, Razors,
Satisfying.

1219 S. University Ave.

Bell Phone 416

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