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STUDENTS.
We are ready to show you the
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night. Try all the other
places, and then come here
an d be satisfied. That is
what lo t s of others have
done.
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Films

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Overcoats,
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Raincoats,
Bats,
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121-123 So. flain St.

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$ 100,000

I Profits . . $75,000
n Arbor Savings Bank
k $300,000 Surplus $1oo,ooo
Resources $3,000,000
l Banking Business Transacted
liscock, Pres., Michael s. Fritz,
D. Harriman, Vice-Pres., Carl F.
Cash'r, VWT. Waltz, Asst. Cash'r'
fit.

College Men!
My assortment includes
the latest novelties for the
college men. Workman-
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highest quality, and at a
reasonable figure.
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AMATEUR FINISHING
CAMPUS VIEWS
PORTRAITS

H. H. Springstun, '17, has been ap.
pointed circulation manager of The
Cosmopolitan Student.
-Walter L McKenzie, '15L, is to be
discharged from the university hos-
pital today, and will be sent to his
home in Shelby, Michigan. McKenzie
has been in the hospital for 'several
weeks, following an injury received
when he fell from an interurban car
at Ypsilanti.
-Granger's dancing academy will be
the scene of another Wright Saxophone
party Fridlay evening. A large number
of tickets have been sold at $2.00 each.
Admittance cards may be obtained by
calling 236 or 1016.
-Prof. H. R. Cross, of the fine arts
department will deliver a lecture this
evening at Oberlin College on "How
to Judge a Picture." It will be given
under the auspices of the Oberlin Art
Association.
-Dean W. B. Hinsdale, Dr. W. A.
Dewey, and Dr. Dean W. Myers, have
returned from Baltimore, Md., where
they attended the thirty-fifth session of
Association held November 10, 11, 12.
the Southern Homeopathic Medical
-Prof. W. P. Lombard gave an exten-
sion lecture at Port Huron last night
on the "Resuscitation of the Appar-
ently Drowned."
-Members of the Mimes will dine at
the Union tomorrow night at 6:00
o'clock. Matters of considerable im-
portance will be discussed.
-There will be a meeting of the
Deutscher Verein at 7:15 o'clock to-
night in the Verein rooms. New mem-
bers will be elected at this meeting.
-All Catholic studentsare invited to
attend a dance to be given at St.
Thomas hall at 8:00 o'clock, Friday
night. Fischer's orchestra will play.
Forestry Graduate to Speak Tomorrow
Rebot Valiton, graduate student, and
candidate for a Master's degree in for-
estry, will speak on "Land Classifl-
cation" at the Forestry club smoker,'
to be held at 4:30 o'clock tomorrow1
afternoon in room 407 engineering
building.
In response to a recent agitation
for the opening up of more agricultur-
al lands, alleged to be withheld from
homesteaders, the United States Forest
Service is now attempting to locate all
land suitable for agriculture in differ-
ent parts of the country. Valiton, who
spent last year in this line of work for
the Forest Service, will describe this
activity of the government in his talk
tomorrow.
CHURCH MAKES GARMENTS FOR
CHILD SUFFERERS IN EUROPiE
University women to the number of
more than 30 are cooperating with the
Reverend George Knepper of the
Church of Christ in making clothes
for child sufferers in Albania and Bel-
gium. The work is being done under
the auspices of Bethany Circle, a new-
ly created campus organization.
An active campaign for funds and
clothing will be made after the Y. M.
C. A. convention is held here this
week. Any university women inter-
ested in the -movement is urged to
communicate with Miss Mildred Seys-
ter, telephone 1073-W.

Temple Theatre
Tuesday, Nov. 17-Hearst's Selig News
Wednesday, Nov. 18-In Tone With
the Wild (with Kathlyn Williams).
Thursday, Nov. 19-Perils of Pauline
(12th Story).
Friday, Nov. 20-He Danced Himself
to Death.
Saturday, Nov. 2I-The Masked Wrest-
ler (with Francis X. Bushman).
Coming Next Week-"The Derelicts"
(with Louise Vale).
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ANN AR11OR
Capital - - $100.000
Surplus and Profts*$65,000
Directors.
Wirt Cornwell, Geo. W. Patterson, H. J. Ab-
bott, S. W. Clarkson,. E. D. Kinne, Harrison
Soule, Waldo M. Abbott, Dan B. Sutton, Fred
Schmnid.

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TRANSIT MARKET
Wm. LINDI MAN
DEALER IN
Fresh and Salt Meats
Pork, Ham Poultry, etc.
Bell Phone 2204 219' N. 4th Ave.

'The Meter" is not a poem, as sYOU
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." If you haven't
one, phone the Gas Office.
eStor of Nancy Gay" tells of the joys "The Meter" brings.
It isFREE.Call at our office forsa copy.

The only Studio on the Campus

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Phone 310-J

Official Photographers Poe The MICHIANENSIAN
%YLES
L oh Sh
ant to be fitted to the jauntiest sort of an overcoat
est astrakhan cloth, a true Austrian proudctio n
ylittle detail of fine tailoring carried out just as
be. come into my cloth shop,-

MAY PLACE INTERCLASS TRACK'
ON BASIS WITH OTHER SPORTS
Interclass track competition may''
be inaugurated this year, according toy
present plans. A meeting of the va-
rious class track managers will be
held this afternoon to' consider the
proposition.
In the past, the only chances men
have had of getting their numerals in
track competition outside of the fresh-
man year, have been by means of the
fall relay race, which is usually stag-
ed between the halves of one of the
football games and in the indoor re-
lays. These are open only to sprint-
ers, and men whose specialty is in
other events, are obviously barred. To-
day's meeting is to consider plans for
securing a bigger number of turnouts
for class track work, and to arrange a
meet or series of meets between the
classes, corresponding somewhat to
the present interclass football and
baseball arrangements.
Today's meeting will be held at the
athletic association offices at 5:00
o'clock.
VARSITY COACHES WILL LEAVE
FOR HOME AFTER BIG SMOKER,
Varsity coaches are planning to go
to their respective homes after to-
night's football smoker. Coach Yost
and his family will'leave for Nashville,.
Tennessee, some time tomorrow. As-
sistant Coach Schulz will return for'
the smoker from Grand Rapids, where
he has been coaching the Union high
school team for their final clash, which
may decide the state championship.'
He will leave soon for Fort Wayne,
where he will remain- during the win-
ter. Reserve Coach Cole and Mrs..
Cole will leave after the smoker for!
the east where they will remain until.
Christmas, after which they will go to
Montana.
Detroiter Will Address Commerce Club;
Mr. B. H. Gitchell, secretary of the
Detroit Board of Commerce, will be the'
principal speaker at a smoker, given,
by the Commerce club at the Michigan
Union at 7:00 o'clock, Wednesday ev-
ening, November 18. He will speak
about the possibilities for college men
securing situations as commercial sec-
retaries.

ART EXHIBIT TO BE
ALUMNI HALL ALL

HELD IN
THIS WEEK

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Sketches by Prof. E. S. Campbell, of
the Art Institute of Chicago, will be
exhibited, under the auspices of the
Architectural society, from November
16 to 21, in Alumni Memorial hall.
The sketches, which were made dur-
ing the past summer, include 36
sketches of Europe, of which 11 are
scenes of Paris, five of France at
large, 13 of Italy, and seven of mis-
cellaneous views of Europe. There
are also 18 sketches of American cit-
ies, which include 12 scenes of Chica-
go, and six of Boston.
Health Delegates to ear Dr. Peterson.
Members of the executive committee
of the "Health Service Representa-
tives".met yesterday with Dr. H. H.
Cummings. The executive committee
is planning to have Dr. Reuben Peter-
son of the university hospital staff ad-
dress the next meeting of the repre-
sentatives to be held some time this
month.
Professor Florer Will Talk on Luther
Professor W. W. Florer, of the Ger-
man department, will lecture on "Lu-
ther," in the English Lutheran church,
corner of William street and Fifth av-
enue at 8:00 o'clck tomorrow night.
The talk will be illustrated by slides
made especially for the occasion, and
those pertaining to scenes of southern
Germany will be shown by request.
LOST-At the Pennsylvania game,
black fox muff. 'Left in Box 36. Re-
ward. Please notify Wilber Bruck-
er, 1199-M.
LOST-In Barbour gym at the Union
dance, a blue and white enameled
bar pin set with about 5 pearls. If
found please return to 610 S. In-
galls. 43
LOST-Two athletic books on the
campus. Please return to Ethel L.
Goff and Alice C. Goff, 607 Mary Ct.
LOST-A hand painted pin, Friday
night after mass meeting, between
Hill auditorium and Packard Acad-
emy. Call 2220. Liberal reward. 43

Please note that the
Annual Sale of
.Thanksgiving
Linens
Is well under way and gatherin
speed. every tablecloth and nap
kin in the Store has been speciall
lowered in price. This mclude:
all fancy linens and table cloth:
made to order.
NACKINAWS
Our offer of the latest style m
inaws in vague greens and reds at
tory cost plus 75c profit holds
week only. "Best in Town" to
50c. Harry Muller, 334 S. State.
In future all cars stop at Good
Drug Store.

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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 .
most ideal to select your Victrola from. The home Free
trial plan appeals to many. Our phone number is one-
seven-o-seven.
Others $15-$200
Grtinnell Bros. Music Hose
"On the way downtown"

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