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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Furnish the Ice Crem
Attention to Fraternities
and Sororities
ON MAIN STREET

MAYOR McCLELLAN SPEAKS HERE
Former New York Executive to Deliv
er Political Address Tuesday
George B. McClellan, ex-mayor of
New York and nationally renowned or-
ator and statesman will deliver an ad-
dress on the general political situa-
tion in America at the Whitney Thea-
ter next Tuesday evening. Mr. Mc-
Clellan holds the chair of internation-
al and constitutional law -at Prince-
ton University, formerly held by the
late President Grover Cleveland.
His former political.relations in the
great metropolis together with his
wonderful knowledge of the consti-
tution make him undisputably one of
the greatest authorities on the pres-
ent complicated political situation.
Admission to the theatre will be
free and the student body is invited to
attend.
Dr. Guthe Talks to Education Club.
The Education club held its first
regular meeting of the year in its
rooms in Tappan hall last night. Dr.
Karl E. Guthe of the physics depart-
ment was the speaker of the evening,
taking for his subject, "The Teaching
of Physics in the High Schools."
Bring in your dull razor blades to
be sharpened. Satisfaction guaran-
teed. H. L. Switzer Co., 310 State St.
18 tf
We are never undersold. Goodyear
Drug Store. 2 tf
Charlie, 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-

UNIVERSITY CALENDAR
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. m.
Friday, October 24.-Members' night
at the Faculty club, Memorial hall
club room, 8:00 p. m.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Wilson club meeting Thursday in-
stead of today.
Asst. Purchasing Agent Douglas
wants to meet all students interested
in soccer football in the trophy room
of the gym Thursday evening at 7:00.
Senior lit candidates for football
team report at South Ferry field at
3:30.
CAPTAIN SEALBY PLANS TO
MAKE SHOAT STAY IN CITY.

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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,
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Charlie, the Barber has moved to 619
E Liberty St. tf
Charlie's Barber Shop is now open
at 619 E. Liberty. tf
Charlie's Barber Shop is now open
at 619 E. Liberty. tf
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
Wanted to Rent-Unfurnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Heated and
lighted. Box X, Michigan Daily of-
fice. 18-19
LOST
Lost-Five keys on small chain on
Packard and Thompson St. Sunday.
Call 839-J.
Lost-Lower portion of fountain pen,
Wahr's Special, Monday afternoon
near E. Jefferson and campus. Re-
ward. Phone 1565-L.
FOR RENT
For Rent-Front suite and single room
with all conveniences. Quiet and
good location. Inquire 541 S. Di-
vision. Phone 1888. 18-20
For Rent-Desirable front single room
very reasonable. Steam heat,tele-
phone, gas or electricity. 308 E.
Jefferson. 15-20
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-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

Capt. Inman Sealby, '14L, is plan-
ning to stop a few days in Ann Arbor
on his way to his future home in San
Francisco. Capt. Sealby has had a
most novel career.
Four years 'ago he was commander
of the "Republic," and when that ship
was sunk off Nantucket he came to
Michigan to study law. He was then
a man almost 50 years old, when the
average man if robbed of his vocation
consigns himself to the realm of fail-
ures. Sealby, however, pot only com-
peted with younger men sucessfully in
his classes, but he also made himself
well known and immensely popular on
the campus.
He is now planning to go to Genoa
and London, where he is to receive
honors for his heroic conduct. Upon
his return, he will practice admiralty
law in San Francisco.
WILSON MEN WILL HOLD RALLY
Plan Big Demonstration When Ex-
Mayor McClellan Speaks.
All men, whatever their political
creed may be, are welcome at the Wil-
son club rally Thursday night at 8:00
p. m. at McMillan hall. Professor
Philips will be. the principal speaker
on the program and will discuss the po
litical situation. Frank Murphy and
Maurice Toulme are also scheduled to
talk. Among other things which will
be discussed are the plans for the big
parade and demonstration when Ex-
Mayor McClellan speaks here at the
Whitney next Tuesday night. The Wil-
son club will have some sort of a cel-
ebration in his honor and a big stu-
dent demonstration is being talked of.
The meeting Thursday is expected to
be a record breaker in enthusiasm, as
the election is only two weeks away
and politics is becoming a live topic.
ILLINI CLUB WILL ELECT
NEW PRESIDENT WEDNESDAY
The Illini club will hold a short
smoker at the Union tomorrow even-
ing at 7:00 o'clock to which all Illi-
nois men are invited. A president will
be elected at this meeting to take the
place of John Gutknecht who has not
returned to Michigan this fall. Tick-
ets to the smoker may be procured
from officers of the club and members
of the committee at 25 cents each.
There will be no question as to the
quality of the present when you give
her Huyler's Candy. Phone 57.

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