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THE MICHIGAN IDAILY

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We. Sell

Young Men

Imperial Hats
Stein Block Clothing
!rrow Shirts and Collars
mej, Linen Mesh Underwear
Spalding Bros. Sweaters
Mackin aws all
Grades
e chImitt, Apfel &Co.

Whatever 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 suit or -overcoat,
Manhattan Shirt, Knox Hat, Spalding
Sweater, neckwear, hosiery, gloves, un-
derwear, trousers, fancy. vests, slipons b.
Everything new and everything right;

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e THAT FALL SUIT

Detroit, Mich.

;h Roasted
lute
-miot.

214 S. Main St.

HIAND, TYPE-'
KEEPING and,

rStudents
niext week at
)RTH~AND, 711

Watch for Announcetiet of th~e
OPENING OF THlE
ARCADE THEATRE
ON NORTH UNIVERSITY AVE.

the
N.

Jeweler
220 South .main Street'
d's for Assortment, the best stock of Watches, Jewelry,
verware, etc.
d's for Quality, the reputation earned by 4o years of hon-
t merchandizing.
d's for Repairs, Watch, Jewelry and Optical repairs are
ed for by experts. Guaranteed work at seasonable prices.'
d's for Glasses, our Optical Department is in charge of
rEmil H. Arnold, Optometrist, whose entire -attention is
voted to Drugless Eye Testing and snaking of glasses.
y broken lenses replaced in our own shop. File your
ords with us and save trine.

-Althtoulgh no deflultikdte ha been
set for a meeting o the faculty Of th
literary department, anl aseiu le g
will probably be held next week,.
-=Prof. J. E. Ileiglar1,of te zoolgi-
cal department, returned last eek
from Wood's Hole, where he spil the
summer.
-Webster ,Soiely will hold their fist
mieeting at 7:00 o'clock Friday night,
when a debate will be hld on the
subject, "Resolved; That the jury sys-
tern should be abolished."
-The House of Representativies will
convene onl Tuesday at 730 o'clock,
on the fourth floor of University hall
Applications for membership will be
received at this time, all students en-
rolled in the university being eligible.
-Prof. John G. *inter, of the Cree;
department, who has been spending
the summer in Europe, is expected to
arrive today.
-Convocation will be held in 1111!
auditorium Oct. 16. ean V. C.
Vaughan will deliver the address to
the students. The program will be
simple, resembling that of last y~ar.
.....-)[. 4J. B. Ediionson, the -new high
school inspector for the university,
will begin his work of visiting the
schools, this week.
-Wives of University sudents are re
quested to communicate with Airs.
Crossman, 1825, Hill St., as soon as
possible, withi regard to the organiza-
tion, 'composed of the wives of Uni-
ersity students, which was first foried
last year. Notices' of meetings, etc.
will be published.
-Several maps, pictures, land foreigna
newspapers of the war zone, and Euro-
pean countries, involved in the war,
are being shown in the exhibit cases
on the main floor of thlibrary.
- Owing to the heavy enrollment of
Freshmen in the literary de~artmn(t,
it has been found necessary to estab-,
fish, twenty-five sections in rhetoric I.
-Tile October issue of the Ahimnas
will appear between the twelfth and
fifteenth of the month.
-Mr. W. B Sbaw, editor in chief of
the Alumnus, is filling the place of
Mr. Harold Abbot, '5A, who resigned
his position as business muauier.
Miss Harriet Lawrence, '1, ba ben
appointed as assistant editor.
--The eligibility committee last Rigi,
passed favorably upon the Varsity
football candidates.
--At sa late hoar lhos iigt, tle Y 31.1
C. A. reported a membership of 713.1
This is considerably ahead of the unni-_
bership standing at this time last
year.
Record -Nmnber of Band 31en Try Ot
With the Harvard and M. A. C trips'
as anl added incentive, a larger inum-
ber of candidates than ever b}efore,(is
in all, tried out for the Varsity band,
yesterday afternoon in Wateruian gym,
As more than half of this number are
veteran players,an unusually good or-
ganization is expected this year. Forty
of the tryouts, the names of whom will
be posted in the corridor of.Univesi-
ty hall this morning, will meet from
7:00 until 8:00 o'clock tonight in Uni-
versity hall for. the first rehearsl.
Each man is requested to bring his
music stand.

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Sovn D~ysandthe Oper-
Fihh Stor, Peilsof Paul-

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Headquarters for the
Underwood. (the kind the,
University uises) and other
high - grade Typewriters and
Typewriting supplies at

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You can have your

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It i u mt laseal our
cu~a ni'rs wih the est photos
Careul atenton i gienlto all
amaxurwork
COME 14 AND SEE US

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PESTUDIO
691Liberty St.

C'O.

RejConlinFiegel Co.
I 200-202 So. Main St.

PREKETEES SWEETPS 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,

220 South Main Street

FtII iitsi' SSAYON IPll
One hudred dllars i fered by
Ike akeMohok Cnfernceto any
~1ereadna man tet of anycol
,_, ,l.or university l in the U ited ta
tern at jo1'l Arbitrain"The contest
Ii~~~~" __Mrh 5 95.
The ' m sloui~ del wth the mat-
1 fahrainaat from the
11 vu~ d my rferto such sub-
icc a a a prmaentcourt of arbitra-
tin Tejugs are Charles F.
'2hvin~ prsnlct o cWetern Reserve
in ~ ~ ~~; :vri Ra di ral Colby Mc-
'kmt~rU.S. .,reirdand James
o" cyoluietr fte New England
L' f tee A it n p-ee so-
Pa~ >' Vn~n fliesfor Campaign
( i~ugecweremadedurig te last
of A~~u4 n th ula o heMichigan
&Jin ohec, b moingthe north par-
~.it~nci' th 1-1i0"roomabout twelve
tletnorh.ofitsforer position. The
celajemnt as adebecause of the
an'pd i aeter "du to the extra
work 1 tl~ _r'lentlife.-m-embership
e1aae. Teoffi'ce has been refire-
Kb Aandtimpreidet'sdesk has
'a wuao edto he art of the room
>rnuh A y te moingof the parti-
ion
~ Xlca 3. ordan hl as been ap-
~ . t<e t rereen1te 1universit.y at
celcraton wichis 1o take place
ut~ , EiZO oa in1:honor of the
~i'v~ c lh nniersryof the birth of
Mrs. iieida Stne. rs. Stone is the
womanwho as1lagelyinstrumental
in ~ ~ ~~' t pnn fte University of
_icicn o <omn. Mrs. Jordan will
Dtla's r( sroated eants 3have a
dBYr u lt ~r ecaseof the way
E~oya soron'ed.2-5
Peants ro~l~eghtin carloads by
the oomes. 1 ] . Min. St. 2&5
WANED-Au lat;alo horn in good
conitin. nqureG11 Forest. 2-3
FOR SLE-Brber shop. 207 Huron
Simet.2-5

Most every student needs,
something in the line -of
ardwar

'Per dIeliv ery of student washings
call 7515-J. Ann Arbor Messenger and
Parcel Service. A. F. Brown, '17L+. 2-5
Rloasted peanuts of quality 10 cents
per pound at Dean's. 2&5
Engineering students-B--uy your
shop' tools and overalls. at Switzer's
hardware. 310 State.
The biggest amount of fine roasted
peanuts can 'be 'bought for a' dime at
214 S,~ Main St. 2&5
The Annual Student Convocation
calls for academic customs represent-
ing all departments and colleges. We
carry caps, gowns, and hoods and all
official colors. Mack & Co. 2-4-6
Junior Dental supplies at Swit~er's
Hardware. 310 'S. State. 2
$2.25 buys a complete gymnasum
outfit at Waher's University Book Store.
eodW
Buy your alarm clock at Switzer's
Hardware. 310 S. State. 2
Football parauphernalia. Most comn-
plete stock in city at Water's. eodW
Drawing instruments and engineer's
supplies at Wahr's Book Store. eodW
FOR RENT-Rooms for girls. Two
single rooms, and one ,suite. Good,
lfght, airy, well furnished, and con-
venienti. Two doors from Campus.
Prices reasonable. 610 South In-
galls. Phone 936-J.. 2-3-4-5
WVANTED-A few students with sell-
ing experience. Few evenings only.
Won't interferewith studying. Good
pay to right men. Mail your ad-
dress to "B", Michigan Daily for
particulars. 2-8
Latest model K. & E. Log -Log slide
rule in leather case. $6.90. W. L. Sco-
vill, 714 S. 12th St. 1034-J. 2
LOST-Waterman self-filling .pen. Re-
ward if returned to 602 E. Huron.
2-3-4
Log Log Slide Rule with leather
case $6.90. W. L. Scovill. 714 S. 12th
St.. 1034-J, 2
$16.00 guaranteed drawing instru-
'ments for $12.50: W. L, Scovill. 714
S. 12th St. 1034-J. 2
University Ave. Pharmacy. The store
that satisfies. tf

5FOR YOUR DEH5
Beautiful College Peimntos
YALE a3nd HARVARD
Each 9 in. x 24 in.
PiRINICETON, COR-
NELL, MICHIGAN
Each 7 In. x21 in.
4--PENNANTS, Size 12x30-.4
Any Leading Colleges of
Your Seleotlon.
All of our best quality, in their
proper 'colors, with color'ed ein-
blems.
Either assortment, for limited
time, sent postpaid for 50 cents
and five stamps to cover shi-pping
costs.
Write us for prices before placing
orders for felt novelties of all kinds.
The Corn' Cify Novelty Co.
4210 Bittner Street
Dayton, Ohio
Waterman Fountain Pen's of .all
kinds. University Avenue Pharm~acy.
tf
University Ave. Pharmacy.'The iew
store. Drugs, , indaes, and toilet ar-
ticles.
Pianos to rent. Good dependable In-
strum~ents a lowest rates. Schaeberle
& Sonl's Mutsic House, 110 So. Mali
St. -tf.
FALL SUITS AND OVERCOATS
Now Ready, Including
AIDLERS' &
J(UPPENMIErE it's
X~ODELS
ALLEN 'S-
Good Clothes Store,
Main St.
Hospital Coats-Waiters' Coas-
Denta Operating Coats-Wagner&
Co. State Street. tf.

0. D. MORRILL'S
322 South State Street,
(over Baltimore Lulich)

"Lab Coats"
fNow. Price $1.00
Also a full line of Wait-
ers' Coats and Aprons.
(Men's 1Pept., First Floor, Left)

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It is the store that carrie~s
the largest assortment that
can satisfy your. wants.

It your patronage

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EH'LIG 4&,SCHMID
*Main St. Phone 574

suite, private
14 Hill St.

itar, slightly used at
216 S. Fifth Ave. 1-2

When in need of anything in the
music line, see Grinnell Bros. stock
before buying. 120-122 E. Liberty St.
Phone 1707. Open evenings week of
Sept, 28th to Oct. 3rd.,-
Pianos to rent at Schaeberle &Sons
Music House. tf.

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~giEve iigs - jo~
To the fullest extent, if you have a
VICTROLA ANt) UP-TO~DATh RECORDS
We will give free 1)einontratiou in YOUR IIOUSI3

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L a und ry.
ire Mrs. St.
F'ormerly of
1, 2, 3

All the LatestPouaSog cprcoy
Mandolins, Guitarrs, Vii, n llacssrs

WANTED--Barber, AWednesi
Saturday. $5.00 Guara'Itee.
W. H. Mc~night, 121 West Lit
Engineering Shop Outfits-

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and block
Liberty St.
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GRINNELLBRS

P2.J2 . LMBIRTY ST.
1~a 707

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