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THE MICHIGAN DAILY -

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"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.

Shoulders
Above
the
Crowd"

Young Men
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-
de'rwear, trousers, fancy vests, slipons.
Everything new and everything right.

Try it you'll like it.

.,,

Lindenschmitt, Apfel & Co.
CLOTHIERS and FURNISHERS

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Before Buying Your Fall Suit

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See W. E. 'DIETiRLE at his Ann Arbor Store,
516 E.Wlliams St., three d ors below Maynard.
All foreign Woolens of the latest weaves and
designs. Come in and see for yourself.

VARSITY TAILOR

WM. E. DIETERLE

DEAN'S

Fresh Roasted
Peanuts
A4FULL lO a
214 S. Main St.

r
LEMAIRE OPERA GLASSES
OUR 1MPORTED ORDER OF OPERA GLASSES HAS ARRIVED
$5.-$25.00 AND UP
Bausch & Lomb-Zeiss STEREO PRISM BINOCULARS.
$40.00-$50.00 AND UP
Upon a'snall deposit we will gladly lay aside until Xmas any article
Purchased.
BRING IN YOUR BROKEN LENSES AND HAVE THEM DUPLICATED
H ALLER JEWELRY CO., State Street Jelvelers

-Officers were elected at the nmeeting
of the Classical club Monday after-
noon .as follows: president, James E.
Dunlap, grad.; vice-president, Dorothy
il Roehrm, '15; secretary, Frances C.
Tubbs, grad.; treasurer, Lucile A.
Sproat, '15.
--'there will be a meeting of the Zo-
ological Journal club at 11:00 o'clock
this morning, in room 305 of the zo-
ological laboratory. Prof. A. K. Shull,
of the zoological department, and Dr.
R. W. Hegner, of the zoological depart-
ment, will be the speakers.
--"Studies in East Christain and Ro-
man Art" is the title of the twelfth
volume of the humanistic series which
are published by the authority of the
executive board of the graduate de-
partment of the university. It con-
tains many east Christain paintings
in the Freer collection, and is illus-
trated with full page cuts.
-Paul Jenkins, '17E, severed an artery
when he cut his thumb, with a piece
of glass in the chemical laboratory,
Wednesday. Jenkins was treated at
the university health service, where
four stitches were taken in the injured
member.
-University health service officials
stated that three students were treated
there yesterday with sprained ankles,
as a result of the interclass football
contests.
-Local Knights of Columbus will en-
tertain all Catholic students after the
mass meeting tonight at St. Thomas'
hall. There will be dancing and re-
freshments.
-The second of the series of informal
Fischer parties will be held at the
Union tonight.
-Owing to a postponement, fresh
pharmics will meet at 4:30 o'clock
Monday afternoon, Nov. 9, in room
303, chemical building, to elect class
officers for the year.
-Although the size of the junior phar-
mic class in previous years has never
warranted its organization, this year's
class will violate the custom, and will
meet at 4:30 this afternoon in room
303 chemical building, to elect their
officers.
-Because of their failure to hold the
election last spring, all senior phar-
mics meet at 4:30 this afternoon in
room 303, chemical building, to elect
their member of the student council.

Many more people want
coupons f o r Hoppe's
special offer:
Two $25.00 per doz.
Photos for $1.50_
If you want one, a solicitor
will call on you.
Telephone your name and
address to Studio
Hoppe's Studio=
619 E. Liberty St.
Phone 10784J

200-202 So. Main St.

Temple Theatire
Mon., Nov. 2.-Face Value.
Tues., Nov. 3.-Hearst Selig News.
Wed., Nov. 4.-Woman against Wo-
man (with Betty Gray).
Thurs., Nov. 5.-Perils of Pauline
(10 story).
- Fri., Nov. 6.-Coney Island Night-
mare (with Josie Sadler).
Sat., Nov. 7.-The Motor Buccaneers
(with Francis X. Bushman).
Mary Pickford in What the Daisy
Said, coming'next week.
Man's Enemy.
CLUB:HOUSE DINNER CANCELLED
Unexpected Absence of Dean H. 1.
Bates Causes Postponement
Because of the fact that Dean Henry
M. Bates was called out of the city un-
expectedly the Union dinner scheduled
for last night was called off. Dean
Bates was to have been, the principal
speaker. Tickets may be redeemed at
the Union desk. The next dinner will
not be held until after the football
season.

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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

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Reule, Conlin, Fiegel Co.

TYPEWRITERS
of all makes, Bought,
Sold, and Exchanged
at prices consistent
with quality.
Typewriting Supplies,Type-
writing and Mimeographing
0. D MORRILL
Yl --Baltimore Lunch)
322S' f'oto St. Phone 582-J

Frlowers
Choice Cut Flowers 11.
Fine lot of Palms and
Ferns for Decorating
Colsinsa e, Heal
Co . 12th St. and S Univ. Ave.
Pho^4 115

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Gents' Hockey and Clanp

c50 to $8.00

ICE

SKATES

Spaulding's, Peck & Snyder's, Barney & Berry's

Ladies'

hockey and
Clamp

s
$1.25
to
$8.00

Fresh Lits Elect Officers gor Year
Fresh lits failed to elect a president
or a vice-president yesterday because
no majority was secured for any of
these candidates. The class did choose
the following: secretary,Helen Bourke;
treasurer, Lane Barron; football man-
ager, Carl Weidmann; baseball man-
ager, Kenneth Matheson; track man-
ager, Robert Halstead; women's bas-
ketballmanager, Margaret Birdsell.
Thirty Men Attend Jackson Banquet
At a banquet at the Catalpa Inn
last night, 30 members of the Jackson
club perfected a closer organization.
H. R. Marsh, '15, acted as toastmaster,
and short talks were given by R. L.
Macduff, '15M, H. D. Boardman, '15L,
P. L. Marsh, '15M, H. A. Enos, '15E,
and J. Van Schoick, '16H. Me'imngs
will be held on the first and third
Tuesdays of each month, at * 7:00
o'clock, at the Union.

Chairmen of committees in the
Women's League are asked to hand in
lists of the members of their commit-
tees to Helen Burlingham, '15, imme-
diately.
* * *
Women will line up for the cup
hockey game to be w played at 4:00
o'clock this afternoon between the
freshman and upperclass teams, as
follows: freshmen, Louise Garaghty,
Hazel Procter, Ruth MacLachlan, Mar-
garet Young, Marie Fluegel, Georgi-
ana Packman, Constance % Winchell,
Marion Galtoi, Reeva Lloyd, Jessie
Hopkins; upperclassmen, Ethel Vail,
Bertha Marsh, Bertha Pulford, Laura
Miller, Jean Miller, Mary Lewis, Eli-
nor Heap, Ruth McCandliss, Cather-
ine Reighard; Judith Ginsburg.
An inter-freshman game in hockey
will also - be played. An exhibition
cricket game will be played at 2:00
o'clock, and the finals in the tennis
,tournament at 3:00 o'clock.
* * *
If the weather is inclement this af-
-ternoon, the women's field day will be
held on Palmer field next Tuesday.
* * *
Bloomers, middies and the shipment
of gym shoes, ordered from New York,
will be on sale from 1:00 o'clock to
2:00 o'clock Thursday and Friday, and
from 9:00 o'clock to 11:00 o'clock Fri-
day morning.
* * *
There will be a short cross-country
walk, leaving Barbour gym at 9:00
o'clock Saturday morning.

Ask for a FREE
.book of "papers"
with each Sc sack.

FREE
Y An Illustrated Book-
let, showing correct way
F'to " Roll Your Own
Cigarettes, and a Book of
Cigarette papers will both
be mailed to you, free, on
postal request. Address
"Bull" Durham. Dur-
ham, N. C., Room
1298.
THE AMERICAN
TOBACCO
COMPANY

American
Chib men
Prefer "Bul
Durham Hand -made Cigarettes
These wealthy men are used to the best of everything,
and are good judges of quality. They find the cigarettes
they make for themselves, from "Bull" Durham tobacco,
have a delightfully fresh, mild, unique fragrance and flavor
that afford the greatest enjoyment and satisfaction. At
all times it is correct and fashionable to "Roll Your Own."
GENUINE
SMOKING TOBACCO
Made from absolutely the finest, choicest, mellow-ripe
leaf grown in the famous "bright" tobacco district of Vir-
ginia=North Carolina, that supplies the world with cigarette
tobacco. Much of the delicate flavor and fragrance of this
leaf escapes from the ready-made cigarette. These rare quali-
ties can only be retained in the bulk of tobacco in the "Bull"
Durham sack, and enjoyed in the fresh-rolled "Bull" Durham
cigarette.

All Skating Accessories-Inspect Our Line

Schumacher Hardware Co.

Phone 174

South Main

Phone 17-J-- 175-L

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Pianos to rent. Good dependable In-
struments at lowest rates. Schaeberle
& Son's Music House, 110 So. Main
St. tf.

After the Michigan-Penn. game
dande at Granger's from 9-12. 50 cents
per couple. Best of music and best
floor. 34-35

FOR SALE--Hoppe has a 11 by 14 pic-
ture of Ferry Field and Stadium.
33-4-5
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. tfj

HILL'S SWEET CIDER.
2140 Kenmore Brook Orchards.
University Ave. Pharmacy,
4nd Toilet Articles.

Phone
tf
Drugs
tf

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 good: So why not phone seventeen-o-seven and try
out a Victrola for this week-end?

Gym Suits, Harry Muller, 334 ,S.
State St..
After the Michigan-Penn game
dance at Granger's from 9-12. 50 cents
per couple. Best of music and best
floor. 34-35
University Ave.-Pharmacy. -Eastman
Films all sizes.' tf
Buy your coffee, tea and peanuts at
The Coffee Ranch, 211 East Liberty.
Retail at wholesale prices. Quality
unexcelled. eod Wed
WANTED-Student agents. Work
spare time in Ann Arbor and ad-
joining towns. Liberal commission.
Inquire Earl Hackney, 715 S. State
St. 32-36
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.

Arcade Theati
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5
Love Everlasting, by the Celebrated P
Company, starring Lyda Borelli. Con
and see this splendid offering.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6
The Trey o' Hearts, installment four. S
sis given of preceding parts. Get in o
splendid serial now.
Also The Danger Line and Dolly's Deliv
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7
The Law of the Lumberjack, in two par
Curing a Lazy Wife. Comedy
"WARM UNDERWEAR"
Union Suits that fit
$1.00 Up or $5.00 Down
at
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES S'
Main St.

Long, heavy toques, 50 cents. The
kind you've always wanted. Muller,
334 S. State.

Victrolas
$15-$200

CRINNELL BROS.
120-122 E. Liberty St.

Records on
Approval 24 hours

Pianos to rent at Schaeberle
Music House.
Gym Suits that are a little t
Switzers, 310 State St.

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