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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SIDENTS
We are ready to show you the
best line of

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Kodak
Developed and printed over
night. Try all the o t h e r
places, and then come here,
a n d be satisfied. That is
what 1o t s of others have
done..

Films

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OvercJ,
Balm ans,
Rain cts,
Hat
Ca and
Furnishings
Shown in the City

REMEMBER
We have a full line
of Patrick Duluth
Mackinaw Coats
Sweaters
Balmacaans and
Society Brand
Clothes

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CALKIN'S

PHARMACY

324 South State Street

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WADHAMS & CO.
121-123 So. rlain St.

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The Farmers & Mechanics Bank
101-103-105 South Main Street
Capital, $100,000
Surplus and Profits . . $75,000
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $300,000 Surplus $100,000
Resources $3,000,000
A General Banking Business Transacted
Chas. I.liscock, Pres., Michael J. Fritz,
Cash'r, W. D. Harriman, Vice-lies., Carl F.
liraun, asst. Casl'-, n'm. Waltz, Asst. Cash'r
Savings Dept.
Liberty and Main Sis.
A Most Convenient Place for Your
Banking
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IT stands 'to
reason that weT
can make you suits
cheaper but of the
same quality as
o t h e r tailors be-
cause we pay less
rent.

A. Marquardt is sit-
uated over the Farmer's
and Mechanic's Bank.

The Relable Laundry
will surely please you if you are
particular about laundry linen

Goods called for and delivered

Phone 794

Announcement

Having enlarged and remodeled our Studio we are now
prepared to give even better service than here-to-fore.
Try Us

--Fresh architects elected the follow-
ing officers yesterday: President, T. C.
Kelley; vice-president, R. Salmon;
secretary, T. O. Davis; treasurer, W.
J. Dixon; sergeant-at-arms, T. B.
Heartt; athletic manager, E. H. Mei-
beyer.
-Harold L. Kennedy, '15, was elected
president of the Spokane club at a
meeting held last night. Glen R. Toll-
enaar, '17A, was chosen vice-president
and Ansel Tefft, '17E, secretary-treas-
urer.
-Fresh engineers elected the follow-
ing officers yesterday: Track manager,
M. McKee; basketball manager, F. R.
Brown;baseball manager, H.S. Knowl-
son.
-Junior laws chose the following offi-
cers in re-elections held yesterday:
President, Harry Bell; secretary, L.
Clift; baseball manager, L. Thomas.
-Cards extending the privileges of the
Michigan Union clubhouse will be sent
to every member of the Pennsylvania
football team, to the managers, and to
the coaches.
-Triangles, junior engineer honorary
society, initiated ten men yesterday af-
ternoon. They are: Harry Buell, John
Carritte, Norman James,Francis Mack,
John Morton, Macdonald Reed, Wal-
lace Reid, Harold J. Smith, Walter
Sterling and Thomas Trelfa. Prof. A.
E. White, of the chemical engineering
department, and Prof. H. E. Riggs, of
the engineering department, spoke at
the initiation bagquet at the Michigan
Union.
--Several odd jobs are waiting to be
filled at the employment bureau of the
university Y. M. C. A. There is also
a permanent position for an experi-
enced waiter who has no classes at
8:00 o'clock or 1:00 o'clock.
-Work for room, agencies for recent-
ly published books, soliciting commis-
sions, and a few odd jobs are open to
students at the Michigan Union em-
ployment bureau. Several students
have been supplied this week with
board jobs and garden and cleaning
work.
-Dr. W. S. Hubbard, who resigned the
position of secretary of the pharmacy
department this fall, has been promot-
ed to organic chemist in the U. S. bu-
reau of chemistry at Washington, D.
-In order to preserve old leather
bound volumes in the library, the
leather which has become cracked and
worn with age, is now being treated
With a preparation of castor oil and
paraffin.
Mimes meet at the Union for a short
meeting at 12:45 o'clock today.
Spanish club will organize in room
401', N. W., University hall, at 4:00
o'clock today.
Bespectacled Gargoyle to Appear Soon
"Spectacle Number" is the title of
the next issue of the Gargoyle which is
to be put on sale the morning of the
Cornell game. It will contain a larger
amount of art work than usual and a
feature on "The Letters of a Substitute
Half-back."

Temple Theatre
Mon., Nov. 2.---Face Value.
Tues., Nov. 3.-1-learst Selig News.
Wed., Nov. 4.-Woman against Vo-
man (with Betty Gray).
Thurs., Nov. 5.--Perils of Pauline
(zo story).
Fri.. Nov. 6.-Coney Island Night-
mare (with Josie Sadler).
Sat., Nov. 7.-The Motor Buccaneers
(with Francis N. Bushman).
Mary Pickford in What the Daisy
Said, coming next week.
Man's Enemy.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ANN ARBOR
Capital A - $100,000
Surplus and Profits $65.000
DIRECTORS
Wirt Cornwell, Geo. W. Patterson, H. J. Abbott,
S. W. Clarkson, E. D. Kinne, Harrison Soule
Waldo M. Abbott, Dan B. Sutton, Fred Schimd.
Arcade Theatre
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER S
Love Everlasting, by the Celebrated Players
Company, starring Lyda Borelli. Come out
and see this splendid offering.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6
The Trey o' Hearts, installment four. Synop-
sis given of precedingstarts. Get in on this
splendid serial now.
Also The Danger Line and Dolly's Deliverance
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7
The Law of the Lumberjack, in two parts
Curing a Lazy Wife. Comedy
WANTED-A Soph engineer would
like a room-mate. Good suite well
located. For particulars call 825-M.
Muller Gym Suits at same price as
the common kind $1.00 a suit. Harry
Muller, 334 S. State St. 33
LOST-Shakespeare's "Taming of the
Shrew" Temple Edition near Libra-
ry, Monday. Finder please call 815-
J. M. Stowe. 33
WANTED-Two seats, South Stand,
for Penn game. Must be near center
of field. Call 1523-J. 33
WANTED-Student agents. Work
spare time in Ann Arbor and ad-
joining towns. Liberal commission.
Inquire Earl Hackney, 715 S. State
St. 32-36

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When Joy reigns in the kitchen,
Joy reigns in the home!
Everybody knows that.
Joy reigns supreme ii the All-Gas kitchen, where there's
nothing to do but cook. No labor, no lugging heavy
loads, no battling against dust, no doubts, no failures,
no stifling heat. That's the story of the-All-Gas kitchen
Housewife and help are happy when gas is the kitchen
fuel.
It means short, easy hours in the kitchen, contentment
throughout the home and saving to the provider.
Joy and Gas go hand in hand in the modern hgme.
Nancy Gay knows about it and tells about it in'The Story
of Nancy Gay." There's a FRyou copy waiting at our office
for you, Call for it.

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Washtenaw Gas Company

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PhOTOGRAPHERS

334 and 336 S. State St.

Phone 310-J

My LES
We are too busy to write ads. Come in and give
us the "once over"
EXCLUSIVE SUITINGS AND SUPERVISED TAILORING
618 EAST LIBERTY STREET

W E DO TAILORING for both
ladies and gents. We also
carry a fine line of samples-im-
ported silk and broadcloth.
Prices right, best in town, and
work guaranteed.
We also have a DRESSMAKING
department, with lowest prices
and best work.
Cleaning and Pressing promptly done
J. J. SCHANTZ
340 So. State St. Second Floor

TYPEWRITERS
FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS
SPECIAL PRICE TO STUDENTS
Machines for Rent at Low Rates
Our factory rebuilt machines defy comp-
etition. Make us prove it.
ROYAL TYPEWRITER CO. INc.
A.H. COHEN, Resident Salesman
Phone 2282 1314 So. University Avenue

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WANTED-Student agent to repre-
sent us in Ann Arbor for the heat-
less trouser presser. Fast seller,
good commission. Seacamp Sales
Co., Detroit, Mich., 35 Rowland.
FOR RENT-Three single rooms, or a
suite and single room furnished to
suit, situated on Church Street,
three blocks from campus. Call at
the Busy Bee. 22-28
Muller Gym Suits Xclusive features.
$1.00 a suit. Harry Muller, 334 S.
State St. 33
Buy your Conklin Pen at Van Dor-
en's Pharmacy, 703 Packard street. tf

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"Did you see

the Game?

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A game of Football strategy.
Scientific and intensely interesting.
Amusing, as well as instructive of America's
greatest sport. Appeals to men and women alike

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"Best in Town" Toques 50
Harry Muller, 334 S. State St.

cents.
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Demonstration and for sale only at

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for STUDENTS

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See our Student Lamps at $2.45.
Switzers, 310 State St. tf

Cigar Counter
University of Michigan Union

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"Best in Town" Toques
334 S. State.

50 cents.
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BALMACAAN, MACKINAWS
and Nobby Clothing of
ADLER'S (COLLEGIAN) and
B. KUPPENHEIMER'S MAKE
on Sale at
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE
Main St.

For that Week-end Party
Dance music is provided any time with a victrola. It plays all the
latest dance music clear and in perfect rythm--when you want it
and as long as you like. When the Victrola is once tried it never
fails to make godd. So why not phone seventeen-o-seven and try
out a Victrola for this week-end ?

Waterman Fountain Pens of all
kinds. University Avenue Pharmacy.
Graham's Barber Shop, 121 W? Hur-
on St., opposite D. U. R. Only barber
shop in Ann Arbor under student man-
agement. Your patronage will be ap-
preciated. Glenn Graham, '17 Dent.
eod Wed.
FOR SALE-Finest lot In Ann Arbor
for Fraternity or Sorority. Near
corner of S. University and Washte-
naw. Almost 120 feet square. Call
1064-J or 614 S. Thayer. tf
Learn to dance the One-step, Hes:
itation, Maxixe, Fox-Trot, Half and
Half, Lulu Fado, Castle Gavotte, etc.,
at the Packard, phone 1850-M.

PARTICULAR LAUNDRY
FOR
PARTICULAR
PEOPLE
CITY LAUNDRY
THOS. ROWE, Prop.
486 Detroit St. Phone 457-M
Toilet preparations of all kinds an
right prices. Quarry Dr4g Co. eod

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Best shoe shining.
cleaned and blocked.
& Co.

Hats of all
Next to Wa

TRADE
MAR K
Reg L.
Pa.Off.

'THE CONKLIN PEN MFG.CO.
TO L E D 0o, . U.S.A.

Victrolas
$15-$200

CRINNELL BROS.
120-122 E. Liberty St.

Records on
Approval 24 hours

The best chocolates-Cranes
Gilberts at Quarry's.

LOST-Chemistry I. P. note 1
Finder please call D. Philips, 99

and
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