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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TYLER-KEYSTONE EDITOR TO
ADDRESS CRAFTSMAN CLUB.
Richard Pride, editor of the Tyler-
Keystone, a Masonic paper, will ad-
dress the Craftsmen club on "Things
Every Mason Should Know" tonight at
8:00 o'clock in the Masonic Temple.
This will be the regular meeting of the
club and committees for the year will
be appointed at this time. Prospects
are good for a large club this year and
all Master Masons are cordially invited
to attend.
Alpha Nu Initiates New Men Tonight.
Alpha Nu literary society will hold
an initiation of new members at the
club rooms this evening. The new men
are urged to be present promptly at
7:30 o'clock. A short business meeting
will be held preceeding the initiation.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES

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REPAIR SHOP 611 E. William Street

Po'lace of Sweets
lDown Town
LET
TRUBEYT
FIanriih the 1e. Cream
Attention to Fraternities
and Sororities
ON MAIN STREET

PATRICK'

UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

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Academy Dancing Class every
Tuy Tue and Friday
, Academy for Children's afternoon class. Private
1 Tues. $12, Series $10; Wed. and Thur. $14, Series
Series $14. Phone 1850J 570L

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:e Cream, Fine Candies, Tobaccos
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Saturday, October 26.-S. C. A. recep-
tion at Newberry hall, 8:00 p._ m.
Saturday, October 26.-Soph lit post-
election party at Barbour gym, 2:30
to 4:30 p. m.
Saturday, October 26.-Membership
dance at the Michigan Union, 9:00
p. m.
Saturday, October 26.-University of
Detroit vs. Michigan freshmen at
Ferry field, 2:30 p.m.
Sunday, October 27.-Bishop Anderson
of Chicago speaks on the union ser-
vice at the 'Episcopal church, 7:45
p. m. Subject, "A Religion that
Works Well."
Sunday, October 27.-Public lecture by
Dr. Victor C. Vaughan at Sarah-Cas-
well Angell hall, 4:00 p: m., subject,
"Hygiene of Student Life."
Sunday, October 27.-Mass meeting for
women and talk by Miss Berner at
Newberry hall, 4:00 p. m., subject
"The Naturalness of the Fatherhood
of God."
1915 Class Picture at Post-election
dance today at 3:00 p. m. 22
Pictures of freshman classes, A. S.
Lyndon (a Michigan man and a sup-
porter of Michigan organizations and
publications) will take pictures of the
various freshman classes beginning
next Monday noon, Oct. 28, one class
each day will be completed. These
pictures will be 8 x 22 inches, taken
in front of various departments, on
especially constructed grouing stands;
and will sell for 40 cents unmounted or
50 cents mounted. Announcement in
Sunday morning Daily for each class
picture. Lyndon, 719 N. University.

313 South State Street

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The kind all
champions use
Trade - Marked
Best material

S. O. Cooper & Co.
GOOD MEAT
We handle all home killed fresh
and salt meats. Also the best
fish, oytar&a and poultry. All
home-made sausage.
Prices will suit you. Try us
Bell Phone 680 Home Phone 429 109 E. Ann St.

All track men working out today re-
port at Ferry field at 10:30 a. m. in-
stead of in the afternoon.
All New England me will meet in
the director's room at the Union on
Sunday afternoon at 2:30. Object:
Boosting Michigan in New England.
Soph lit election in Tappan hall 9:00
to 12:00.
J lit elections in west physics lec-
ture room 9:00 to 1:00.
THEATRICAL CIRCLES f
"The Price."
Coming from a successful engage-
ment at the Hudson theater, New York,
Edna Marshall will appear at the
Whitney theater on Tuesday, October
29. "The Price" is the new drama by
George Broadhurst which tells the
story, ever old yet always new, of the
proneness of the world to condemn in
a woman the offense it condones in a
man. In the role of Ethel Tscani,
Miss Marshall has scored her great-
est triumph.
MUSIC AND 1RAflad
The Faculty Recita
The second of the faculty recitals
was given in the School of Music hall
last evening, with an attendance which
for numbers and enthusiasm promises
to make this supplementary series of
concerts popular. The program was
given jointly by Mr. Dotterweich and
Mr. Whitmire. The latter is a recent
addition to the violin faculty of the
school, and from his beautiful playing
last evening, his advent will mean
much to Ann Arbor musical life. He
has a sure and facile technique, mar-
vellously pure tone, and his interpre-
tations are broad and well poised.
Mr. Dotterweich played as usual
with much spirit, and a bold brilliance
that reached its summit in the dash-
ing Spanish Caprice of Moszkowski
which closed the program.
Senior is Testing Reasoning Power.
L. C. Hull, '13, is conducting a series
of experiments in the psychological
laboratory for the purpose of testing
the comparative reasoning power of
different individuals. The person un-
der consideration is shown a difficult
maze or labyrinth and is given an op-
portunity by means of the trial and er-
ror process to find the swiftest and
most economical way out.
WE'LL HAVE IT NEXT WEEK.
Freshman Gargoyle May Appear Mon-
day, But It's Uncertain.
No one knows the minute, no one
knows the hour, and no one is sure
of the day; but it is known that the
long-heralded freshman number of the
Gargoyle will appear early next week,
probably Monday. Its editor refuses
to risk further perjury by being one
whit more definite about the matter.
He has, however, vouchsafed sundry
confidences as. to the character of the
tardy first issue.
First and foremost, the object of this
number will be to turn the footsteps
of wobbling freshmen, and they all
wobble a bit, into the straight and
narrow path of collegiate rectitude.
The frontispiece is intended to teach
the first lesson in this laudable course,
by graphically representing a piece of
advice invaluable to the newly-arrived.
The center-page cartoon is a pano-
ramic view of the campus as seen from
the humorist-artist's point of view.
"Bill" Fanning, '13E, is art editor, and
Karl R. Matthews, '13L, is humor edi-
tor; but other members of the staff

have not yet been chosen, and this
'number will contain only a list of those
contributing to it.
Sorority Holds Reception for Actress.
Theta Phi Alpha sorority gave a re-
ception Thursday in.honor of Miss
Mary Nash, who is starring in "The
Woman," appearing this week at the
Detroit opera house.

SDalding and Webber Sweaters

Absolutely wind and
different :tyles.
for itself,

rain proof, Mackim
The only Ulster in t

Guaranteed all Wool and
proof.
Cloth 32 ounce Mackinaw
34 inches.

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Varsity Toggery
1 107 S. University Ave.. Phone 1 1 6Q-L E. J.

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specialty.

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Millinery FallN
prices.
Bell Phone 1390-J E. E. HAYLEY

For

SOLD ONLY BY

subscription,

INAW COATS
For Men, Boys
Ladies

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Foot Ball of the
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Everything ne-

Philip

Morris'

THE HOUSE OF STANDARD QUAL

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

Charlie's Barber Shop
at 619 E. Liberty.
All cars in the future
Goodyear Drug Store.

is now open
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will stop at
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the purest
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PHILLIP MORRIS & CO., Ltd.
402 West Broadway, New York
We set glass in all parts of the city.
Phone C. H. Major & Co. 20-22
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
Ann Arbor Dye Works
French Dry and Steam Cleaning
BelI 828 204 E. Washington St.

Charlie, the Barber has moved to 619
E. Liberty St. tf
1915 Class Picture at Post-election.
dance today at 3:00 p. in. 22
Charlie, the Barber has moved to 619
E. Liberty St. tf
Charlie's Barber Shop is now open
at 619 E. Liberty. tf
Wanted College Representatives-Two
students to take up, old line insur-
ance work among fellow students.
Splendid opportunity for right men.
Address or call No. 410 National
Bank Building. 19-25
LOST
Lost-Brindle bull dog, nearly black,
with white breast, cut ears and tail.
Harness studded with brass. Reward
if returned to 311 Thompson. Phone
1198-J. 22
FOUND
Found-Pen has been left at Michigan
Daily office and owner of same can
have it by calling and paying for
this ad. 22

HENRY & CO.

The-l.ti Yo30 Clothes arre Pres
Quite Necessary so Send Thor
Suits 25C PlainL Skirt
Called WFor and Delivered

711 N.

Designers of Men's Clothes

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Dealer in Furniture,,
Upholstery Goods,

Carpets, Rugs, D
Linoleum and D

Main St.

112, 114, 116, 11t8, 120 and 122 E. Liverty Street

the Sign

BOTH PHONES 148

PASSENGER EL

Big Store

Reule, Conlin, Fiegel

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