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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Head
and
Shoulders
Above
the
Crowd"

" Head and Shoulders above the
Crowd" of ordinary dressers is a very
natural and wholly justified feeling for
a wearer of STEIN-BLOCH- Smart Clothes.

V u g MnWhatever you pay for your clothing you
cannot afford to overlook this fact; the
big store of Reule, Conlin, Fiegel Co. Can
and does positively give the greatest
value. Whether it is a suits or overcoat,
Manhattan Shirt, 'Knox Hat, Spalding,
Sweater, neckwear, hosiery, gloves, un-
derwear, trousers, fancy vests, slipons.

Try it you'll like' it.

Linden sch Mitt, Apfel & Co.
CLOTHIERS and FURNISHERS

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everything new and

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Before Buying Your Fall Suit

See; W. I . ;DIETIIIRLE at hi~s Ann Arbor Store,
516'E.Willilams St., three doors below Maynard.
All foreign Woolens of the latest weaves and
designs. Come in and see for yourself.

VARSITY TAILOR,

WwM. E. DIIETERLE

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Freh oased
Peanuts
A FULL
POUND mmlOc
214 S. Main St.

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LEMAIRE

OPERA

GLASSES

OUR IMPORTED ORDER OF OPERA GLASSES HAS ARRIVED
#5.00-5$25.00 AND UP
Bausch & Lomb-Zees- STEREO PRISM BINOCULARS
$40.00-350.00 AND* UP
Upon a small deposit we will gladly lay. aside until Xmas any article
Purchased.
BRING INYOUR BROKE;N LTNSSAND HAVE THEM DUPLICATED
HALLER JEWELRY CO.$ State Street Jelvelers
F. L. HALL, 514 E. W ham WAX KING LOO
Phone 2225 CMEUPAND RV
PRESSING red~oiGeorge's Chop Suey
NO L1 i5 BY IREDeiious Chinese and American Dishes
NLOSBFIE341 S. State St. Phone 1244 I,

FzI i_ -
-Miss Josephine D. Fearon, 148, was
united in marriage to Mr. Edward J.
Winans, of Peking, China, on June 10,
the news of the marriage having just
reached the alumni association.
-Frank F. Weidebronner, 18, won
first place in the "Go to Harvard"
contest, conducted by Harry Muller.
Joseph Fee, '17L, took second place.
--Harry Rtabinowitz, 14-16L, has been.
discharged from the university hospit-
al, where he was confined for several
days last week with a sprained ankle.
Rabinowitz is now able to attend class-
es though he is on crutches. !
-M1embers of the Round-Up1 club held
a smoker last night at the Union. The
club also attended to some of the bus-
mness plans for the year and it ws
decided to hold a Virginia reel in the
Armory of November 7.1
--Members of the Classical club met
yesterday. afternoon and adopted ,a
constitution. James Ei. Dunlap, grad.,
who Is temporary chairman, has called
a meeting to elect officers, Monday af-
ternoon at 4 :00 o'clock, in room 103
University hal.
--Fresh its elected Howard S. Hatch,
oratorical delegate, and John Adams,
men's basketball manager, yesterday
afternoon. On account of the large
number of candidates for the other
offices, no majorities were obtained.
Re-elections for offices not filled yes-
terday will be held Thursday.
-Chap~erones for the membership
dance to be held at the Michigan Un-
ion at 9:00 o'clock tomorrow night, '
are: Prof. Jonathan A. C. Hildner and
Mrs. Hildner, and Prof Edward L. Ad-
ams and Mrs. Adams. The committee
men are Francis T. Mack, '16E, chair-9
man; Theodore S. Sargent, ,'17, and
Kenneth T White, '17E.1
-Prof. J. B. Waite, of the law depart-
mnent will speak on "Legislative Pfob-
leims" at the Jeffersonian meeting in
Jeffersonian hall at 7:30 o'clock to-
night.
-Nearly all of the inter-class football
teams with games scheduled for this
afternoon were working out last night
on south Ferry field. Today's schedule
is as follows: senior fits vs. senior
engineers; junior lis vs. junior laws;
fresh laws vs. fresh engineers.
.--Phe Engineering Society opened its
year with a smoker last night, held in
its rooms in the engineering,building.
-An openi smoker, to which all were
invited was held by the Architectural
Society .at the Union last night.
-Buffalo uten are invited to come out
to an informal gathering given by the
Scalp and Blade fraternity at the Al-
pha Tau Omega house at 7:15 o'clock
tonight. Cider and smokes will be
the attractions.
Soph i ts (Complete Class Nominations
Soph fits nominated Conrad Church
for class president and H. MK. Bir-
mningham for treasurer yesterday.
Thlese names Will be placed on the bal-
lot along with those of Willis Nance
and W. A. Stevenson, who were nom-
inated some time ago.
The nominations made yesterday
were for the purpose of filling the
places vacated by candidates who
were declared ineligible. Elections
for these offices will be held Tuesday
afternoon.

NOTICE
Come Early and
Avoid the Rush
if you have a coupon for
Portraits to be made at
Hoppe's Studio
COME IN NOW

everythin'g right.

Remember, there are
over 1,500. coupons
out, and if you want
yours for Christmas
COME IN SOON
619, E. Liberty St.

Reule, Co nFiglCo.

TEMPLE
THEATRE
MON. Oct. 286 The Vicing Qusen
(With Mary Fuller)
TUES. Oct. 27 - Lights on London (By
George R. Sims)'
WED. Oct. 28"-lord Chumney
THURS Oct. 298 Perlils of. Pauline
9th Story
FRi. Oct. 30-" The Whit, Mouse with
Wheeler Oakman
SAT. Oct. 31 -- The Seventh Prelude
with Richard Travers
In the Season ofBuds
With Mary Pickford«
Coming Next Week - Women against
Woman

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TWO MATINEES +& TWO N"IHTSE
TUESDAY (ELECTION DAY)-WEONESOAY
NOVEMBER 3 +& 4
Continuous Performance
Matinee-2:30 until 5.30 Night-7:50 until 10@.30
TheGreat Photo Play Masterpiece

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200-202 So. Main St.

ITNITERSITY NOTICES

PREKETEES SWEETS ARE
the best because they are manufactured of the
best materials and under. our supervision.
We give you quick service in our fountain drinks and
lunches.
SUGAR BOWL

Latin-American club' meets in engi-
neering building, 0:30 tonight.'
Fresh laws nominate, room D, law
building, 4:00 o'clock today.
ANNUAL FLO1RAL EXHIBITION
FEATURE S ;CIIYSANTHF'IU S

'THE HOUSE, OF BONDAGE' '"

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More than 2,500 chrysanthemum
plants will be on exhibition at the an-
nual floral display which'will be open
in Memorial hall tomorrow. The dis-
play will continue for, two weeks and
the building will be open on Sundays
from 2:00 to 4:00 o'clock. Adolph
Weiner, chief, gardener of the botan-
ical- garden, has charge of the display.
The exhibition has been well at-
tended in the past, and 'a large number
are expected to view the display this
year.

'An Expose' of the Terrible. White Slave Traffi
ALL SEATS '11c -: ,- ALL SEATS 14
Extra! Extra! Extr,
ON ELECTION NIGHT, TUESDAY NOVEMBER 3rd, THE WHITNEY THEATRE WILL RECEIVE COMPLETE ELEC
RETURNS BY PRIVATE WIRE. THE FIRST ELECTION RETURNS WILL BE READ AT 1:00 P. M.

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Whitney Theatre
THURSDAY, NOV. 5
CHARLES FROHMAN
Presents
BmILLIE BURKE
In Her Greatest Success "Jerry"
Preceded by "The Philosopher in
the Apple Orchard"
Miss Burke in Both Plays
PRICES
Main Floor
1st 13 tows-360 seats.... ......... $2.00
Last 8 rows-232 seats............1.50
Balcony
1st 8 rows-236 seats.......... ..$1.00
Last 5 rows-154 seats. ............ .75c
Gallery.............................54c
Mail orders received now. if accompanied
by check.
Seats on Sale Tuesday at 10 O'clock

Youwin $500 "A-%
byAx
bywriting the'bestt
Fatima ad.
We believe the College Man who smokes
Ft t--h to '-"b ATP. fn Wrih aL v fA / UU

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To Exclude Women From MVembership.
At a meeting of the educational club
Monday night a motion to admit wom-
en to membership was voted down.
Plans for further reorganization were
laid over until the next meeting. Ar-
thur Dondineau, grad, Vernon Culp,
'15, and A. A. Bennet, '15, were ap-
pointed a committee to try and interest
all men in the educational department
in the club.

Fatimna ad. He knows from experience
that Fatima is of, satisfying excellence
-that for its superlative quality' it is
moderately priced. He of all Fatima
smokers, should be able to write of
Fatima convincingly.
So we aregoingto pay $500 to the student
who prepares and sends to us the best
original' advertisement for Fatima Ciga-
rettes before June 1, 1915.t

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FOR RENT-Comfortable suite
engineering arch. Price $4.00.
ply 1208 Willard.

near
Aip-
21-32

Any student of any college may compete for
'There are no restrictions, whatever, no strinj
kind ona this offer, other than this-everyc
must, be a regularly. enrolled student in an
College. We want a student--not a profef
'writer--to benefit from this offer.
Three prominent business men, whose nam
announced later, will act as judges.

Some facts that
-this $500 mnay help you
Made of Pure Tobacco.
igs of any Fatima Cigarettes wt re first
contestant made famous by coleige men,.
American Fatima Cigarettes is selected by
ssional .ad expert native buyers stationed
and Smyrna.
Fatima is five to onetbe bi ggest
ies will be selling fifteen cent cigarette in
the country.
Simple, inexpensive package,

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In future all cars stop at Goodyear
!)rug Store. t'
Pianos to rent at Schaeberle & Sons
Mlusic House. tf
Un:1 verqitv Aye;. Pharmacy. The new
store. Drugs, sundaes, and toilet ar-
ticles.
Take your "Best Girl" to the Manje-
tic Tuesday night and hear the Ekec-
tion retutrns. a_ -31
Bjj chorus girls contest at the Ala-
jestit: Friday night. 26-7-S
GOOD SWNEET CIDER. Phone 2140.
Kenmore Brook Orchard. 26-30
Waterman Fountain Pens of all
bindcE [nivesity -Aveue ziaPharnmacv.

Big chorus giu';s contest at the A-.
jestic Friday night. 26-7-8
"Say 11Ife," Let's go to the Majestic
Te'sdiay "iht aId see a good show
and also bear tine coniete election
returns. 28-31
(AO to tihe 6MaJestic" Ttiesayq Nov-.
i. (Eliection Night) and heal-,tflw('om-
pifiec E lc( ion ieta Via s. 2-31
B ALACA N, A CR INAWS
,nd .7obby Clothing of
ADLER'S (C0,LiE0IAN) and
13. KUPPENHEIMER'S MAKE
on Sale -It
ALE N'S G~OOD CLOTThES STORE
Main St.
Buy your Conklin Pen at Tan Dor-
.e'sPana.70VY .1 £aet-nrSSArppAt-tf I1

FOR RENT-Three single rooms, or a
suite and sinigle room furnished to
suit, situated on Church Street,-
three blocks from campus. Call at
the Busy Bee. 22-28
FOR SALE -A new $25.00 balmacaan
overcoat for $15.00. Too large for
owner. Has never been worn. Phone
M. A. Y. 2366-J. 28-9
LOST-On Wednesday, Oct. 28th., a
Conklin fountain pen on S. Thayer,
between campus and 718 S. Ingalls.
Finder please call 1915. 28
A BARGAIN-Ford late 1913 car. Four
new tires; shock absorbers, tool box,
Prestolite tank. 602 E. Huron. 28-30

The $5
1915. 1
ads su
each n
togethl
graph
writer
such p
Fore
pay tia
c'ation
to sign
chance
ads thi

) ~ pbut no finer tobacco is use
$5 fror every ad published in Fatima.
$500 for the best one submitted Fdatbm" c'l'iee
500 will be awarded June]1. Those who try to earn this They are 20 for
n the mean time, some oftlie $500 should remember that
ubmitted will be published the supreme test of any advertise-
rionth in college publications, ment is its sellinzgpower. Whether
her with the name and photo- your ad consists of only ten words
of the writer--provided the --or runs to a thousand-it should
x wvill give permission for be interesting, truthful. convine-
publication~ lng-it should give to the reader
each ad so publishedwe will the buying impulse. To write
iewriter $5. But, the publi- such advertisements, that
i of any ad must not be taken will pass, the test c f perfor,
eif ta wi thsta0dsan ete maenthe wprdut e-
set iny tht it0tandsan ethersiveanthe writrdut e- '1
at are not published, writing about.' f

ed than
sara
iduar"
15c

P ,/ t + aao a212, Fifth Ave., NewYoric, ' a
THE, TURKISHf 3LEND CIOARE'T'TE

Hallowe 'en Parties-
Let a Victrola wake your party this year a big success.
Everybody likes to dance to Victrola music. Start the music
when you want to, and keep it play ing as long as you like.
Let this Hallowe'en Party be the best ever.

i!,#C qoS UUIVCLnlLy -Mvt uuG i U4

your coffee, tea, and peal
offee ranch, 211 EastI

IGym Suits that are a little better at
~nuts ait ISit ters, 310 State St. tf
Liberty.
Quality University Ave. Pharmacy. The ;tore
god Wed that ratisfies. tf,

Let us help you.

Phone 1707

"WARM aUNDERWEAR"
Union Suits that fit
$1.00 Up or $5.60 Down
at
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES S'TORE
Main St.
Big chorus girls contest at the Ma-
jestic Friday night. 26-7-S

Join the classes- at Granger's if
care to dance correctly. ClasH e)
Wednesday night at 7:20. Private
sons by appointment. For particu
call at 312 Maynard St. next to ?Vi
tic or phone 24Q. ,
Dance every ~edie~dfyMd Sa
day night from 9 to 12. 50c per coca

CRI N NE9LL BROTH E RS, *"'he House of Service"
120-122 East Liberty Street Phone 1707

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