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THE MICIIG

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 STEI-BLoc Smart Clothes.

GLOVES
IN ALL LEATHERS-for all occasions-
black, tan, white and grey. We have
them unlined and lined in such a wide range of
sizes that we can assure you of a perfect fit.
INKER & CC

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Try it-you'll like it.

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-
derwear, trousers, fancy vests, slipons.
Everything new and everything right.

Furnishers and Hatters
342 S. State St.
AGENTS FOR POWNE'S and LUCAS, KENNEDY GLOVES.

denschmitt, Apf & Co.
CLOTHIERS and FURNISHERS

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mem -mmm mmm

See W._E. DIETERLE at his Ann Arbor Store,:
516 E.Williams St., three doors below Maynard.
All foreign Woolens of the latest weaves and
designs. Come in and see for yourslf.

LOR

WM. E, DIETERLE

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Fresh Roasted
Peanuts
A FULL
POUND - - 10c
214 S Main St.

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- GLASSES

ED ORDER OF OPERA GLASSES HAS ARRIVED
X5.00-$25.00 AND UP
STEREO PRISM BINOCULARS-
$40.00-$50.00 AND UP
posit we will gladly lay aside until Xmas any article

IN YOUR BROKEN L NSES AND HAVE THEM DUPLICATED
LER JEWELRY CO., State Street Jelvelers-
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REINGER SEVERS CONNECTION
WIT'l STATE STREET STORE
Will Not Leave City, But Intends To
Move To Another Part
Of Town
Following the attack on his pool
parlor and cigar store Monday night,
Joseph Reinger, against whom evi-
dence has been brought to prove his
connection with measures attempting
to "throw" the Cornell-Michigan game
on Saturday, yesterday morning had
his name taken from the window of
his' establishment on State street, that
formerly went by the name of "Joe's"
or the "Old Place."
Contrary to a current rumor, Rein-
ger will not leave Ann Arbor, but will
close his business on State street, and
will move to another part of town.
The Ann Arbor police department
has taken no steps towards the expul-
sion of Reinger from Ann Arbor. The
only action that civil authorities can
take, arises from the power of Mayor
MacKenzie to deprive a disorderly
keeper of a pool parlor of his license.
The building which is occupied by
the "Old Place" is the property of Mrs.
Rosenthal, of Detroit, widow of a
former Ann Arbor business man. The
pool and billiard tables are the virtual
property of a Chicago firm.
SPORTLIGHT TO FOCUS TRACK
WORKERS EARLY IN DECEMBER
Freshman Class Roster Lists Several
Acquisitions in Sprinting
Department
Initial summons for indoor track
work will be issued sometime during
the early part of December. Between
the present time and that date, prac-
tice on individual initiative will be
the only work done. .
The new system of holding track
meetings every two weeks will con-
tinue, and all men eligible for varsity
track work are expected to attend.
The fall track 'practice has revealed a
trifle more strength than was at first
expected, but wfth only two "M" men,
back in college, Captain Smith and,
Ferris, Coach Farrell declares that
prospects are none too bright at pres-
ent. Tryouts for last Saturday's relays
disclose the presence of several prom-
ising freshman sprinters. If the rest of
the events are represented by corres-
pondingly strong material, the yearling
team should be a crack aggregation.
Although nothing definite has been
announced with regard to the sched-
ule, nevertheless it is understood that
more meets will be arranged thal
were- held last year, and that other
universities besides Cornell, Pennsyl-
vania and Syracuse will be on the
schedule.
ELLIOTT WILL REPEAT TALK
AT MAJESTIC MEETING SUNDAY
"Dad" Elliott, secretary of the inter-
national Y. M. C. A. committee for the
western universities and colleges, will
repeat his talk on "Quitters" at the
regular "Y" Majestic meeting at 6:30
o'clock next Sunday night. Mr. Elliott
made such an impression on his last
visit to Ann Arbor that the Y. M. C. A.
received many requests to bring him
here again.
Moving pictures of the Boys' Con-
ference at Saginaw last year, together
with those of the 1913 Pennsylvania-
Michigan football game, will be shown
beginning at 6:10 o'clock. The "Y" is
planning to present every student who
attends with a souvenir.

Temple Theatre
Mon. Nov. 9-Sheep's Clothing.
Tues., Nov. 10-Hearst Selig News.
Wed., Nov. 11--MAN'S ENEMY.
Thurs., Nov. 12--Perils of Pauline (11
story).
Fri., Nov. 13 ---When the West was
Young.
Sat., Nov. 14--A Gentleman of Leisure.
Coming next week--Kathlyn Williams
in In Tune with the Wild.
UNION GIVES DISCOUNT DANCE
FOR CORNELL GAME VISITORS
Provides Special Music, Features and
Favors For 101 Couples at
99 Cents Each
Ninety-nine cents is the bargain ad-
mission price for the Discount dance
to be held at the Michigan Union from
9:00 to 1:00 o'clock, the Friday night
preceding the Cornell game. The af-
fair is a special Union membership
dance, designed chiefly to entertain
visitors for the Cornell game..
Tickets will fe on sale at the Union
counter at 5:00 o'clock today, and only
101 will be open for purchase. The
dance, which is to be informal, will
be featured by Fischer's special or-
chestra. Novelties and favors may be
employed in the program, and punch
will be served for refreshments.
Committeemen in charge of the oc-
casion are: Waldemar A. John, '16,
chairman, Percy H.' Crane, '15, Louis
B. Hyde, '16E, and Albert J. Gans, '16.

Many more people want
coupons fo 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 1078 J

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Thursday
Nov. 12
Wonderful Revival of the Brilliant and Fascinating Musical Comedy
Girlof my Drams
With a Remarkable Cast that Includes
Co"Extess Olga Vor HaUtzfoldt
ceMAN Irving Brooks Clara Throop
OF HarlaniBriggs Marie Cranier COMPAN
Jules Epailly Adele Boulis OF0
and a Big Singing and Dancing Chorus of 35
A real genuine muuslonl hit that has delighted more than 4 million people in 4 years.
PRICES: Orchestra
1 st 13 Rows-.......-- .--.......-.... ..--..... $1.50
Last 8.Rw............ .......... ...... ..........$1.00
Balcony
1st 4 Rows.............-........................$1.00
Next 4 . . . - . . .- .. . ... ........................ .75
Last 6..................... .......................50
Gallery .................................... .............25
Seats Sal. Tuesday

PREKE TEES 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

Reule, Conlin, Fiegel Co.

200-202 So. Main St.

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Lighting Fixtures
AVE you ever thought how you
H I
might improve the interior of
your house by putting in some new
lighting fixtures of modern design?
(it is easy to choose from our dis-
play. You will find some unusually
appropriate designs in side brackets
and chandeliers in our show room.

Eastern Michigan Edison-Company
Corner E. William and S. Main Streetu

DISCUSSES EFFECT OF WAR ON,
METALS AND ALLIED INDUSTRY
Professor E. H. Kraus, of the min-
eralogy and petrography department,
discussed the effect of the war on
minerals and the mineral industry, in
the mineralogy lecture room yester-
day afternoon.'
This is one of a series of lectures,
which are delivered by various mem-
bers of the mineralogy and geology
faculties, and are open to the entire
student body. They are non-technical
and discuss subjects of. general in-
terest in minerals. The next lecture
will be given at 4:30 o'clock Tues-
day in the mineralogy lecture room.
Health Service Treats Fewer Patients
Figures given out by the university
health service yesterday, show that the
number of persons treated at the
health service for the week ending
November 7, was 545 persons, 82 of
whom were new patients. This is a de-
crease of 106 over the figures of 651 for
the preceding week. 140 different con-
ditions were diagnosed by the health
service physicians during this time.

SENIOR ENGINEER-JUNIOR LIT
C-AME UPSETS FOOTBALL DOPE
Dope on the campus championship
football team suffered a jolt. yesterday
afternoon, when the senior engineer.
team, which played the senior laws to
two ties and finally lost a 3 to 0 game-
was defeated by the junior lits in a
27 to 7 tilt.
Up to this point the senior laws
seemed to have everything their own
way, but the junior laws have beaten
the junior lits and they should give
their seniors a stiff game when they
meet in the final round.
Today's games are as follows:-
senior laws vs. soph lits; junior laws
vs. fresh engineers.
GARGOYLE TO APPEAR SATURDAY
Spectacle Number Will Contain Short
Story and Drawings
Lots of art and a long story, "The
Letters of a Substitute," are the fea-
tures of the next number of the Gar-
goyle, which will be on sale Saturdayl
morning. It is to be known as the
"Spectacle" number,-
The cover design will bel

LOST.-Cameo pin. At mass meeting,
Valuable as heirloom. Reward. 1311
Hill or phone 1460. 37-34
LOST--Waterman fountain pen with
gold band bearing initials L. V. a
on Saturday of Penn game. Reward
Call 355, Louis Reisch.
LOST-Rexall fountain pen minuE
cap, Tuesday A. M. between Tappan
hall and Eng. Bldg. Phone 1467-9
FOR RENT-Large room with sleep
ing porch. 537 S. Division St. T. F
Wilson, 143-J. t
LOST-A Theta Delta Chi fraternit3
pin. Return to E. H. Shepherd, 91
Cornwell, phone 396. Reward. 37-3
LOST-Either on State St., Huron o
Division, one fur collar of silve
painted fox. Reward. Leave a
Quarry Drug store.
"WARM UNDERWEAR"
$1.00 Up or $5.00 Down
Union Suits that $t
I at

A FEAST
for the devotee of athletics is a
visit to a Spalding store. There
he can see and
PoINQ examine imple-
TRADE ments and ac-
I cessories f o r
every known
MARK athletic sport.
An expert will
take pleasure
*U Pin showing
him what the champions use in
their respective lines. He can
wield a racket, swing a golf club
or a baseball bat, punch a bag
or "do a stunt" on the gym ap-
paratus; he can even take an
imaginary row on one of the
rowing machines; in fact, he
can go through the manoeuvres
of every form of athletic sport
right in our store.
If you cannot call at Spalding
store, then the next best thing
is to send for a Spalding cata-

WA KING LOO
COME UP AND TRY
George's Chop Suey
Delicious Chinese and American Dishes
341 S. State St. Phone 1244 L
My picture of the Block "M" is the
best I ever made and that's saying
something--Lyndon.
Get your Kazoo at once for the big
mass meeting and for the Cornell
game. Play "Victors" and "Varsity"
with the U. of M., band. Distributing
points: Michigan Union and Cushing's
on State St., Schaeberle & Son Music
House, downtown. Price 10c.
! $2.0 pillow and large $1.50 pennant.
The two together $1.75. Its too much
to believe. No better goods made for
yourself and gifts. See them. .Form
your own opinion. You will see our
special representative. . Kwallty Jew-
elry and Pennant Co. Friend of Uni-
versity and students.

The Best Dance Music is Furnished
by the Victrola
Many Fraternities and Sororities have taken advantage 'of our FREE
TRIAL, of a Victrola-at a house party, a week-end, a reception, or just
a feed-and have found that the Victrola was just what they wanted for
an entertainer. Just write one-seven-o-seven down on a piece of paper,
and call us over the phone some time today, so that you can have that -
Free Trial of the Victrola this week-end.

in three colors. The front-
ispiece is the work of C. T. Bishop,
'16E, and Alan Honey, '17D, Clark
Smith, '17, Lamar Kishlar,'17E, and
M. A. McKensie, '18E, contribute the
other drawings. The management
plans to print a larger number of cop-
ies than ever before "because of the
record breaking sale of the last issue,
when all of the copies were sold for
the first time in the history of the
magazine.
McCall Renews Soccer Practice Today
Coach McCall and his soccer squad,'
will renew practice this afternoon in
preparation for the game with Inter-
laken school of Rolling Plains, Ill.,
next Saturday morning. The soccerit-
es came out of the Ypsilanti game
without injuries, and, although they
expect a trained team of soccer play-
ers as their opponents this week, they
hope to be able to administer as good
a trouncing as they handed Ypsilanti
on Saturday. All candidates will re-
port at 4:00 o'clock.

ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STOR1
Main St.
Pianos to rent. Good dependable iu
struments at lowest rates. Schaeberl
& Son's Music House, 114 So. Mali
4~t. td
University Ave. Pharmacy. Fountali
Pens and Student Supplies. t
Buy your coffee, tea and peanuts a
The Coffee Ranch, 211 East- Liberty
Retail at wholesale prices. Qualit;
unexcelled. eod We
FREE
For this week only, we are still o1
fering an $8 mackinaw with every $2
suit or overcoat and a $5 sweater wit
every $18 suit or overcoat. Call noN
and personally inspect our tailorin
display. Remember for this week or
ly. FACTORY HAT STORE,
118 E. Huron,
Near Allenel Hotel.

$38.50.
Buys a Complete
Viotrola outfit

CRINNELL BROS.
120.122 E. Liberty St.

$'15
guys the Choapest
Victrola

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