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The Michigan Daily, 1914-11-13

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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.

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.
TINKER & CO.
Furnishers and atters
342'S. State St.
AGENTS .FOR FOWNE'S and LUCAS, KENNEY-LOVES..

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, troisers, fancy vests, slipons.
EUverything -new and everything right.

Try it you'll like it.

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mitt, Apfcl & Co'
S and FURNISHERS

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Your Fall Suit
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CLASS FOOTBALL TEAMS REST
AFTER PLAYING CLOSE GAMES
Four Teams in Final Round of First
and Second Divisions to Play
This Afternoon
Class football teams in the final
round took a rest yesterday afternoon,
no games being scheduled. Two teams,
the fresh and soph lits, appeared on
south Ferry field for a workout and
ran through signals.
In the first division of the final
round the senior laws meet the fresh
engineers today, and the boilermakers
should prove easy opponents for the
older and more experienced team.
The junior lits play the fresh lits
in the second tivision of the final
round today, and in consideration of
the junior's excellent showing against
the senior engineers, they should en-
counter little difficulty in defeating
the first year men.
The standings in the final round to

Amatuer printing on
Vest Cyko Paper.

2004202 So. Main St.

If you can't.go home for
Thanksgiving you can do
the next best thing. Sond
Your Portrait. We please
while others fail.

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latest weaves and
ee for yourself.

WM. E. DIETERLE

Revie, Conin, Fiegel Co

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a Roasted
Lits
S- 10c

Kodak Supplies and- a fine
line of Mc. Donold's home
made chocolate candy.
Hoppe's Studio
d1i 3. Ubsery st.
Plene 1078 J
Templ. 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.
room 348 of the engineering building,
on "The Reclamation, of Arid. and Wet
-Lands."
Mr. Perkins is a prominent expert

PREKETEES SWEETS I

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the best because they are manufactured of
best materials and under our supervisi
We give you quick service in our fountain drinks
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214 S. Main St.

date are as follows:
FIRST DIVISION-
Won
Junior laws.......1
Soph lits ..........1
Senior laws ........0
Fresh engineers ....0
SECOND DIVISION-
Junior lits..........1
Fresh lits........0
Senior engineers ... 0

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AND UP
lay aside until Xmas any article

IMPERIAL FOLK PLAYERS
APPEAR IN ANN ARBOR

TO
AGAIN

on drainage subjects, and is a member

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LENSES AND HAVE THFM DUPLICATED

CO., State

Street Jelvelers

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Fixtures

Troupe, Which Comes From German
City, Will:Stage Performance
November 30
Imperial Folk Players, the same
company which starred in the produc-
tion of one of Anzengruber's master-
pieces two years ago, will again ap-
pear before Ann Arbor audiences at
the Whitney theatre, Monday night,
November 30. The troupe, which
comes from Munich, Germany, is well
known at the Gartner Platz theatre
of that city, a play house which few
travellers fail to visit.
The ensemble is noted for its un-
excelled rendering of Tyrolean songs'
and zither music, and the folk play
which will be staged Monday night
promises to be a rare treat in this line.
One of the most interesting features
of the program will be the interpre-
tation of the famous Schuhplattler
Tanz, by Fraulein Lisl Knilling,' as-
sisted by Ferd. Nagl. Fraulein Knill-
ing is acknowledged to be the best.
folk dancer on the German stage.

of the American Society of Civil engi-
neers, and 'the Western Society of En-
gineers. He is also president of the
Chicago Irrigation Association, and of
the American Reclamation Federation,
and was president of the National
Drainage Congress in 1913-1914.
Red Captain Rated High Among Ends
O'Hearne, the captain and right end
of the Cornell team, israted-one of the
fastest and steadiest ends in the coun-
try. Hardwick, the Harvard star, is
accredited with being the only -man
playing football today who is a better
flank man than the Cornellian, by
many eastern critics.

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iAVE you ever thought how you
might improve the interior of
our house by putting in some new
ghting fixtures of modern design?
t is easy to choose from our dis-
lay. You will find some unusually
ppropriate designs in side brackets
nd chandeliers in our show room.

LOST-Either on State St., Huron or
Division, one fur collar of silver
painted fox. cReward.° Leave at
Quarry Drug store.
LOST--Gold Culver 1914 class ring
set with sapphire. Finder kindly re-
turn. 507 E. Liberty. Reward. 40
FOR -SALE--2 Choral Union tickets.
Course-3rd row first balcony. Call
1915. 40
LOST-Sargent Key No. 936570. Find-
er please return to E. Levin, Botan-
ical Dept. or phone 1264-J. Reward.

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i Michigan Edison Company
Corner B. William and S. Main Streets

SECRETARY SHAW LEAVES FOR
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION MEETING
Wilfred B. Shaw, '04, general secre-
tary of the Alumni association, left
Ann Arbor yesterday for New York
city, where he will attend a meeting
of the national association of alumni
secretaries, of which Mr. Shaw is
secretary. The meeting will be held
at Columbia and Yale universities, and
will continue from November 19 to 21.
Over eighty universities are mem-
bers of the national association, and it
is expected that nearly fifty of these
will send representatives to the meet-
ing. This is the third meeting of its
kind. Last year's gathering was held
a~t the University of Chicago.

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ESKWUN
For Bs en in AL
SMwWalks of Life
Here is a remarkable chair-much more than a chai:
too, though it takes up about the same room as a bi
Turkish rocker. It combines all the conv'eniences of a study
It is an attractive piece-hand-built of solid quartered oal
You can see it in the First Floor Furniture Hall.

Look for it! Get it. At noon
Cornell program.

today
40

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"Best in Town" toques, 50 cents.
Harry Muller, 324 State Street. 40
For Musical Instruments of Every
Description, Victrolas, and Edison Di-
amond Disc Machines, go to SCHAE-
BERLE & SON MUSIC HOUSE, Main
Street. eod Wed

A rFCAST
for the devotee of athletics is a
visit to a Spalding store. There
he can see and
G pNexamine imple-
TRAE ments and ac-
cessories f or
Q S y N' every known
athletic sport.
AR V An expert will
IN UE. take pleasure
in 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-

cOME UP AND TRY
George's Chop Suey
Delicious Chinese and American Dishes
341 S. State St. Phone 1244 L
Cornell game program-Noon today
-Ten cents. 40
Five color poster cover pictures of
teams and men-statistics. Cornell

CHICAGO ENGINEER TO* SPEAK f
ON WASTE LAND RECLAMATION
Edmund T. Perkins, president and
chief engineer of the E. T. Perkins
Engineering Co., of Chicago, will de-
liver a lecture on November 18, in

Play "Varsity" and Victors"
the band.
Cornell game program-Noon
Ten cents.
In the future all cars stop at
year Drug Store.,

with
40
today
.40
Good-
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Five color poster cover pictures of
teafis and men-statistics. Cornella
program. Noon today-10 ctnts. 40
Cornell game program-Noon today
-Ten cents. 40
In future all cars -stop at Goodyear

Use 'em at the big mass mee
night. This novel feature wi
the biggest musical hit ever
off" on Ferry Field. That lit
Noise" maker will save your v
help defeat Cornell.

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program. Noon today-10 etnts.

40

"WARM UNDERWEAR"
$1.00 Up or $5.00 Down
Union Suits that fit
at
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE
Main St.
Buy your coffee, tea and peanuts at
The Coffee Ranch, 211 East Liberty.
Retail at 'wholesale prices. Quality
unexcelled. eod Wed

AVictrola at '$25

This advertisement is aimed at you who have not the
money to buy an expensive Victrola, but who still-want
a pure Victrola tone.
Our extensive line of instruments makes our stock
most ideal to select your Victrola from The homae Free
trial plan appeals to many. Our phone numbea is one-
seven-o-seven.
Uthers $15-$200
Orlimsuell Brosa. Mfust. Hlouse
"On the way downtown"

Look for it! Get it.
Cornell program.

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BALMACAANS, MACKINAWS
and Nobby Clothing of
ADLER'S (COLLEGIAN) and
B. K RPPEHEIMER'S MAKE
on Sale at
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE
Main St.

TODAY
$2.50 Pillow-$1.
State St., Opp. U. Hall

Noon today: program,
cents.

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