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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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STUDENTS
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'he Farmers & Mecbanics Bank
101.103-105 South Main Street
Capital, $100,000
urplus and Profits . $75,000
be Ann Arbor Savings Bank
apital Stock $300,000 Surplus $roo,ooo
Resources $3,000,000
A General Banking Business Transacted
.has. Ef. Hiscock, Pres., Mlichael J. Fritz,
ash'r, W. D. Harriman, Vice-Pres., Carl F.
raun, Asst. Cash'r, Wm. Waltz, Asst. Cash'r
avings Dept.

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ivenient Place for Your
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AMATEUR FINISHING
CAMPUS VIEWS
PORTRAITS

-Fresh laws yesterday elected the fol-
lowing officers: president, L. Moll;
vice-president, C. H. Barnard; secre-
tary, W. G. Owen; treasurer, T. H.
Cox; football manager, B. W. Kemper;
baseball manager, J. Sanders; basket-
ball manager, N. Kaufman; track man-
ager, L. A, Faxon, oratorical delegate,
P. Dunten; sergeant-at-arms, Frank
Quail.
-Entertainment which is furnished by
the Michigan Union to visitors in Ann
Arbor for the Cornell game, includes
membership dances, specialtdinners,
and general welcome at the club-
house.
-Prof. Robert X. Wenley, of the phil
osophy department, gave the first ex-
tension lecture of the public library
course in Grand Rapids, yesterday, on
the subject, "Morality and Humor."
-Rabbi Leo X. Frankin, of Detroit,
will. speak at the meeting of the Jew-
ish students' congregation, in McMIl-
lan hall at 6:45 o'clock tomorrow
night.
-Prof. H. 1I. Randall, of the physics
department, will deliver a lecture on,
"Nernst's Application of the Quantun
Theory to Specific Heat," before the
physics Colloquium, Monday afternoo.
-At a class meeting of the junior
laws, held yesterday afternoon, Pres-
ident H. L. Bell announced the fol-
lowing committees: Social, J. S. Leon-
ard L. D. Cooper, J. C. Melaniphy, D.
F. Stiver, F. L. Young; auditing, H. A.
Bassett, W. E. Essery, H. D. Brown;
finance, C. B. Zewadski, R. 0. Brown-
ell.
--Yesterday's sale of tickets to the
Cornell game was the lightest of the
week, less than 200 pasteboarus being
sold. From present indications, the to-
tal attendance will fall several thous-
and short of the record-breaking
crowd at the Pennsylvania game. ]
-Professors S. F. Ginerich, of the
English department, T. E. Rankin, of
the rhetoric department, and C. S.
Berry, of the education department,
will go to Detroit today, to give exten-
sion lectures on the credit plan, at
the Central high school.
PONTIUS' COACHING SUCCESSFUL1
Former Varsity Linesman Employs1
Yost-Michigan Systemt
Miller H. Pontius, '14L, last year's
star linesman on the Wolverine team,
this year demonstrated the efficiency of
the Yost-Michigan system of football,1
when he coached the first University
of Tennessee team, that has ever won'
the southern championship.1
Coach Pontius took charge of the7
Tennessee squad this fall, and went
through the entire season without a'
single defeat. The team wound up the1
season by trouncing Vanderbilt, roll-
ing up a score of 21 points, only two
less than the total tally made by the
Wolverines.
Dr. Wesener Lectures on Bread Making'
Dr. J. A. Wesener, in his address be-
fore the Prescott club yesterday, em-
phasized the importance of retaining
the wheat flavor in flour, and told
how this could be accomplished
in making bread. Dr. Wesener,i
who is an expert in the bleaching
process used in blending flour, said
that it is a common fallacy to suppose
that artificially bleached and cured
flours are unhealthy.I

AINES & ,NICKNLS
The only Studio on the Campus.

Temnple 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 (1
story).

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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.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capital 10,0
Surplus and Profits *6.000
Direetors
Wirt Cornwell, Geo. W. Patterson, H. J. Ab-
bott, S. W. Clarkson, $. D. Kinne, Harrison
Soule, Waldo M. Abbott, Dan B. Sutton, Fred
Schmid.
1918 ENGINEERS WIN NUMERALS
Junior Laws and Soph Lits Play Last
Set Next Saturday
By receiving a forfeit from the sen-
ior laws yesterday afternoon, the fresh
engineer team was presented with its
numerals for class football. In the
second scheduled game the fresh lits
forfeited to the Junior lits.
All but five teams have been elimi-
nated from play in the interclass foot-
ball series, the junior laws, soph lits
and fresh engineers having won their
numerals, while the possession of the
fourth, set rests between the junior
lits and the senior laws. The senior
laws, being the low team in the first
division, meet the junior lits, high
team in the second division, Tuesday.
The soph lits defeated the senior
laws and the junior laws defeated the
fresh engineers, thereby bringing the
junior laws and the soph lits together
in the finals of the series. The "game
is scheduled for play next Saturday
morning.
JUNIOR HOP UNDER DISCUSSION
No A6tlon Taken Yt; Sentiment
Seems to Favor Its Return
Investigation of the campus demand
for the re-instatement of the Junior
Hop yesterday, showed that the matte'
has not yet been actively considered.
The inter-fraternity conference, uh-
der whose , auspices the big social
evdnt has been held in the past, ha'
not taken any action looking towa'd
its r'tdation as yet, and no regular
meeting of that body has been held as
yet. R1nville Wheat, '14-'16L, acting
head of that organization said yester-
day, however, that a meeting might
be held in the near future if any mem-
bers of the conference petitioned for
one.
GeorgeMcMahon, president of the
junior lits, was out of town last night,"'
but Don Smith, president of the junior
engineers, said that the matter had
received his personal consideration.
He said that, although his social com-
mittee had only been appointed a few
days ago, most of the members were
individually in favor of the Junior
Hop. According to the plans, that he
has been considering, an attempt will
be made to simplify and denocratize
the affair and to eliminate extravagant
and extreme features.
Sell Tickets Fdr Detroit Club Smoker
Tickets to the smoker, which will be
given one week from tonight by the
University of Michigan Club of De-
troit, have been recelved at the Mich-
igan Union, and Huston brothers. Al-
though accommodations have been se-
cured for 800 people, the Detroit de-
mand for tikets is so large, that only
100 have been sent to Ann Arbor.
These sell for $1.00, and purchase
both admission and refreshments.

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I~ighttintk fromu the title
It is a plain tale of the moderate cost of household comfort.
It reminds the rader of how little the joys of well-cooked
food, unlimited hot water and perfect artificial light have
coast him forany given period.
It callsu p visions of emergenlcies met and conquered, of
household problems solved, of all the comforts of a truly
modern home.
Froi chpter 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." If you haven't
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340 So. State St. Second'Floor

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We have a few Trial Machines
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We rent typewriters, too.
ROYAL TYP WRITER CO. Iiwc.
A. H. COHEN, Resident Salesman
Phone 2282 1314 So. University Avenue

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measurements based upon the laws
of Physical Optics and Mathematics.

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Use 'em at the Cornell Game. This
novel feature will make the biggest
hit ever "pulled off" on Ferry field.
That little "Big Noise" maker will
save your voice and help beat Cornell.
522 will bring a Holmes Taxi to
your door at any hour. tf
"Yea Team, Fight 'em." Kazoo
Noise.

Nov. 12, 1914.
To the Student Body of the University
of Michigan and the General Public:
We have this day purchased Joseph
E. Reinger's entire interest in his bil-
liaid establishment. 312 State Street.
We are the proprietors of one of the
best "Ice Cream Parlors" in the state
of Michigan at Adrian.
We ask for the kind consideration of
the student body and general public
and sincerely hope'that we may not be
judged by the wrongful act of another.
We feel that the spirit of "Fair Play"
so prevalent in this great university
town will accord us, at least, a fair
trial. This is all we ask.
Very sincerely,
POSPAN and Kokkales.
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Everybody wears toques in the
cheering sections today. Get the "Best
in Town" 50e. Harry Muller, 324 S.

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Accurate

Convenient

We Make Glasses to Order
in our own shops insuring Com-
fort, Neatness and quick Service.
Btoken Lenses of any kindreplaced in two hours
Optical Relairs given expert attention.

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DAILIES WANTED!.
Five cents per cop, will be paid for
copies of The Michigan Daily in good
condition, of the following issues: Nos.
3, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 13, 18, 19, 24, 26, and
27. 41
Everybody wears toques in the
cheering sections today. Get the "Best
in Town" 50c. Harry Muller, 324 S..
State St. 41
Block "M" Postal Cards of the Team
at Lyndon's. tf
University Ave. Pharmacy. Fountain
Pens and Student Supplies. tf

EMIL H. ARNOLD

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OPTOMETRIST, OPTICIAN
Registered by State Examination
Wth 'ARNOLD & CO., Jewelers
220 So. Main Street

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Call 522 for Holmes
sine or carriage. 522.

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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
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LOST-Either on State St., Huron orl

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Celebrate Michigan's
cow bells and horns at;
State.

Dor.

Victory. Get
Switzer's, 310
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Division, one
painted fox.
Quarr'y Drug

fur collar of silver
Reward. Leave at
store.

Lost--A small gold watch with Fo
fob. Between Michigan Union ar
Main St., on State or Liberty. Plea
return to 310 East Liberty St.

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