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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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STUDENTS

Kodak

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We are ready toshow you
best line of
]ien's Suits,
Overcoats,
Balmaaans,
Raincoats,
Hats,
Capp and
Furnishings
Shown in the City"

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Developed and printed over
night. Try all the other
places, and then come here
an d be satisfied. That is
what lo t s of others have
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CALKIN'S

PHARMACY

on all Suits,
Overcoats, Pat-
rick Mackinaws,
Balmacaans and
Furnishings.

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324 South State Street

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WADIHAMS & COO
121-123 So. gain 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 $roo,ooo
Resources $3,000,000
A General Banking Business Transacted
Chas. E. Hiscock, Pres., Michael J. Fritz,I
Cash'r, W. D. Harriman, Vice-Pres., Carl F.i
Braun, Asst. Cash'r, Wrm. Waltz, Asst. Cash'r
Savings Dept.
(Genan erican gj~n Jj
Liberty and Main Sts.
A Most Convenient Place for Your
Banking

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College Me!
My assortment includes
the latest novelties for the
college men. Workman-
ship and designing of the
*highest quality, and at a
reasonable figure.
As F. Marquardt
Campus Taller
New Location
Sil WILLIAM STREET
Diietetie Bldg.'

The Reliable Laundry
will surely please you i op are
partlcular about laundry linen
Goods called for and delivered

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Prof. J. R. Allen, of the engineering
department has gone to Chicago on a
short business trip.
-So completely have the facilities of
the dental clinic been taxed with the
present equipment, that it has been
found necessary to add nine more
chairs and their complement of in-
struments to accommodate the 15 stu-
dents who are now without chairs in
which to treat patients.
--Dr. H. A. Wilson, '1311, has been ap-
pointed physician to the state home
for the blind at Lansing. He will also
act as physician to the Reo Motor Car
Co.
-Under the auepices of the university
extension lecture service, Dean V. C.
Vaughan, of the medical department,
will speak today at Charlotte, on
"Eugenics, or Race Betterment."
-Prof. C. B. Vibbert will lecture at
Detroit today on the extension lecture
for credit system, in place of Prof. R.
M. Wenley, who has gone to Nebraska.
Band meets at 1:00 o'clock today
in front of University hall, and at
7:15 o'clock tonight at the band stand.
There will be a meeting of the men's
section of the Deutscher Verein at
8:00 o'clock Monday night. Professor
Hildner will speak.
Cosmopolitan club students will
transact general business at their
meeting at 4:00 o'clock tomorrow af-
ternoon, in the club rooms. President
W. C. Achi will present plans for the
Chinese night to be held Friday, No-
vember 20.
All senior lits who wish to try out
for the relay team which is to run
between halves of the Penn game this
afternoon, call Captain H. L. Smith
at the Alpha Delta Phi house, phone
18.

Phone 794

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

Temple Theatre
Mon. Nov. 2-Face Value.
Tues., Nov. 3.-Hearst Selig News.
Wed., Nov. 4.-Woman against Wo-
man (with Betty Gray).
Thurs.. Nov. 3.--Perils of Pauline
(io story).
Fri., Nov. 6.-Coney Island Night-
mare (with Josie Sadler).
Sat., Nov. 7.--ThMotor Buccaneers
(with Francis N. Bushman).
Mary Pickford in What the Daisy
Said, coming next week.
Malan's Enemy.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ANN ARDOR
Capital A - $1 00.000
Surplus and Profits $65,000
DIRECORS
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 preceding parts. 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
.I CHIGANENSIAN NAMES FOUR
PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR SENIORS
Editors of the Michiganensian have
made arrangements with four photog-
raphers, Randall and Pack, Rentsch-
ler, Maedel, and Daines and Nickels,
to take pictures of seniors for the year
book. Until January 31, $1.00 will be
charged for running the cut. From
January 31 to February 15, $1.25 will
be charged, and after February 15 it
will be impossible to use the pictures.
Attention is also calledto the fact that
the senior record blanks will be made
out this year at the photographers.
LOST-Male Bull pup, brown and
white, clipped tail. Detroit license
tag No. 8017. Named "Cad." Re-
ward. 510 E. Jefferson. Phone
2276-M. 34-5
WANTED-Student agents. Work
spare time in Ann Arbor and ad-
joining towns. Liberal commission.
Inquire Earl Hackney, 715 S. State
St. 32-36
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 $14 S. Thayer. t
FOR SALE-Hoppe has a 11 by 14 pic-
ture of Ferry Field and Stadium.
33-4-5
Long, heavy toques, the kind you've
always wanted. 50 cents. Harry Mul-
ler, 334 S. State St. 35
University Ave. Pharmacy. Eastman
Films all sizes. tf
After the Michigan-Penn game
dance at Granger's from 9-12. 50 cents
per couple. Best of music and best
floor. 34-35
Wear :Luller "Best in Town" Toque
in the cheering section today. 35
Pianos to rent. Good dependable in-
struments at lowest rates. Scheberle
& Son's Music House, 110 So. MaIL
St. tf.
Wear a Muller "Best in Town"
Toque in the cheering section today.
50 cents. Harry Muller, 334 S. State
St. 35

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"The Meter" is not a poem, as you
might think from the title
It is a plain tale of the moderate cost of household comfort.
It reminds the reader of how little the joys of well-cooked
food, unlimited hot water and perfect artificial light have
cost him for any given period.
It calls up visions of emergencies met and conquered, of
household problems solved, of all the comforts of a truly
modern home.
From chapter one to the very end, every episode referred to
in "The Meter" brings a sense of satisfaction to the reader.
No home is complete without " The Meter." It you haven't
one, phone the Gas Office.
"The Story of Naney Gay" tells of th. joys "'Th Meter" brings.
It is FREE. Call at our office for a copy.

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Washtenaw
Gas Company

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DAINES &NICKELS
P h OT OGR A P I-SE R S

J34 and 336 S. State St.

Phone 3108-

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C;loth Shop
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It you want to be fitted to the jauntiest sort of an overcoat
of the newest astrakhan cloth, a true Austrian production,
with every little detail of fine tailoring carried out' just as
it should be. come into my cloth shop,
618 E. 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

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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. CoHFN, Resident Salesman
Phone 2282 1314 So. University Avenue

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PARTICULAR LAUNDRY
FOR
PARTICULAR
PEOPLE
CITY LAUNDRY
THOS. ROWU, Prop.
406 Detroit St. Phone 457-M-

Take a "Pixie"' as a Mascot.
and souvenir to the ball game. See
window at The Palais Royal. 304 S.
Main St.

Towels--soap-tooth brushes
directory at Quarry Drug Co.

and
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Best shoe shining.
,leaned and blocked.
& Co.

Hats of all kinds
Next to Wagner
eod.

Take a "'Pixie" as a Mascot.
and- souvenir to the ball game. See
window at The Palais Royal. 304 S.
Main St..
In future all cars stop at Goodyear
Drug Store. t
University Ave. Pharmacy. Fountain

"WARM UNDERWEXR" F
$1.00 Up or $5.00 Dow*
Union Suits that l.t
at
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORK'
Main St.
Wear Muller "Best in Town" Toque
in the cheering section today. 35
SENIORS.
We beg to announce that the man-
agement of the Michiganensian has
selected us as one of the official pho-
tographers for 1914 and 1915. We are
the only portrait photographers locat-
ed on the campus which=makes a great
saving of time to you. At least call in
and see us before deciding. Daines and
Nickels, 336 South State St. 34-5
Gym Suits that are a little better at'
Switzers, 310 State St. tf

Charles D. Kountz, '02L, of Thomp-
son, Montana, whose new song, "That'
Michigan Band," was introduced by
Chase Sykes, '16E, at the mass meet-
ing last night, is also the writer of
"Men of Yost," and the "Michigan
Drinking Song," which he composed
while in college.
Mr. Kountz is a lawyer by profes-
sion, and writes music as a pastime.
His best knowi composition, an intro-
duction to "The Berner March," writ-
ten in 1520; is one of the official
marches played by all of the military
bands of the Swiss army.
Among his vaudeville songs which
are now being introduced by- "Bill"
Pruett, "the cowboy Caruso," at the
Palace theatre in New York City, are,
"Welcome to the United States," a neu-
tral war song, "Lovelight," and "You
Came to Me Out of the Darkness."

Broken Lenses
DUPLICATED
IN TWO HOURS
We grind any Eyeglass Lens in our
own shop.
Competent, accurate optical work, in
the fitting and making of Glasses
EYES EXAMINED
GLASSES MADE

NO DRUGS

- NO DANGER

E. H. ARNOLD
OPTOMETRIST
With ARNOLD & CO., Jewelers
220 So. Main Street
Registered by State Examination

New Victor Records Just Arrived
1000 Brand New Records
50 Latest Popular Selections
Making our record stock most complete-Just drop in and take
a few home with you over Sunday. It depends on you to make
our 24 hour approval plan'a success. We deliver; just phone
one-seven-o-seven.

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Pens and Student Supplies.
HILL'S, SWEET CIDER.
2140 Kenmore Brook Orchards.

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After the Michigan-Penn game Buy your Conklin Pen at Van Dor.
dance at Granger's from 9-12. 50 cents en's Pharmacy, 703 Packard street. tl
per couple. Best of music and best
floor. 34-35 See our Student Lamps at $2.45.
Switzers, 310 State St. tf

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Victrola IV
$15

ORINNELL BROS. Victrola XIV
1ao.1 22E. Liberty St. $200

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