THE MICHIGAN DAILY
"Head and Shoulders above the
Crowd" of ordinary dressers is a very
natural and wholly justified feeling for
a wearer of STBIN-BLocH Smart Clothes.
ASK ANY COLLEGE OR HIGH SCHOOL MAN
WHO MEASURES UP TO HIS IDEAL IN STYLES
THE ANSWER WILLL INVARIABLY BE
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Try it----you'll like it.
Whether you want to dress smartly or
conservatively our L. ADLER'S CLOTHES
can take care of you in either case.
Wonderful showing in Suits, Balmacaans
and Overcoats. Prices $18, $eo, and $25.
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CLOTHIERS and FURNISHERS.
)fore Buying Your Fall Suit
See W. E. DIETERLE at his AnalArbor Store,
516 E.Williams St., three doors below Maynard.
All foreign Woolens of the latest weaves and
designs. Come in and see for yourself.
WM. E. DIETERLE
A FULL l
214 S. Main St.
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ORI RUMORS MICHIGAN
VMOUTH GAME NEXT YEAR
ifirmed rumors, originating in
>rk, persistently tell that ne-
ns are under way for a football
etwe .n Dartmouth and Michi-
>a played on the Polo grounds,
rk City, in October, 1915.
hought that such a game wouldi
capacity crowd to the New
iants' field. Dartmouth has
en a big favorite in New York,
football enthusiasts there'
en anxious to see a Michigan
3ver since Yost assembled his
evers of 1902-03-04.
-Dr. A. E. Hinsdale,t '05H, a profes-
sor in Ohio State university, is visiting
friends in the city.
-C., P. Emery, '18, who was operated
on last Thursday for a mastoid, is re-
ported by his attending physicians to
be rapidly improving.
-Prof. Daid Friday of the economics
department, will speak at the regular
meeting of the Association of Students'
Wives, at Newberry hall, at 7:45
o'clock Monday evening.
-Prof. E. C. Goddard, secretary of the
law department, will speak on "Pre-
vention of Abuse of the Law of Injunc-
tion," at the fourth meeting of the So-
cial Problems class, at the Con grega-
tional church at noon today.
-Professor C. S. Berry, of the educa-
tional department, will deliver a lec-
ture on "The Binet Tests" ao a meeting
of the educational club in Tappan hall
at 7:00 o'clock tomorrow evening.
-Members of the board of regents will
hold their regular November meeting,
in the law building, at 10:00 o'clock
-Prof. W. T. Fislileigh, of the engi-
neering department, has returned
from New York, where he has been
attending the November meeting of
the research committee of the Society
of Automobile Engineers.
-Dr. James R. Angell, son of Presi-
dent-Emeritus James B. Angell, and
dean of the faculties of the University
of Chicago, has declined the presiden-
cy of the University of Washington,.
which was recently offered to him.
-Members of the Canadian club will
meet at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday night, in
the Cosmopolitan club rooms, on the
second floor of the Ann Arbor Press
-Les Voygeurs, forestry society, held
their fall initiation yesterday at Whit-
more lak. The initiates were ,Paul
Ruedema<Iii, '15, Cly le Bastian,, '16;
Melvin Bradner, '16, and Vernon
-Dr. J. G. Winter will give an illus-
trated lecture on "A Background for
Homer," at a meeting of the Classical
club, to be held at 4:00 o'clock tomor-
row in room A, Memorial hall. The
ineeting is open to all students in the
Greek and Latin departments.
-Owing to scholastic difficulties, C. L.
Kendrick, '15, has been forced to re-
sign from the general chairmanship
of the "Spotlight Vaudeville," which
will be given by the Mimes in Hill au-
ditorium, December 15. His successor
will be elected at the regular meeting
of the Mimes to be held at 7:30 o'clock
tonight at the Michigan Union.
-W. J. iMillar, '14L, bho was operated
upon last Monday, is recovering from
the effects of the operation, and is able
to see his friends.
-Students in physical geography and
geology, to the number of 200, made
an excursion yesterday to the lime-
stone quarries at Sibley, and the lime
manufactories at Wyandotte.
-With a good sized crowd, the soph
lits opened their social season success-
fully yesterday afternoon, with a dance
at Barbour gym. Among other fea-'
tures, the snow ball fight, with confetti
spheres, proved a sourde of much
amusement.dRefreshments were serv-
ed between dances,
-iembers of Alpha INu will gather
in, the rooms of the society, Friday
night, for a get together. Refreshments
will be served, and an informal pro-
gram will ie provided for the enter-
tainment of those attending.
-Plans are being formed for the an-
nual banquet of the Kentuck club, to'
be held at the Union next Thursday
evening. The matter of securing a
special car from Ann Arbor to Louis-
ville, Ky., for the trip home at the be-
ginning of the Christmas holidays, will
be considered at this function.
-Mxr. . J. Cox, instructor in civil en-
gineering, represented the University
of Michigan at a recent meeting of the
American road congress. held in Atlan
-All women on the ecmpus are invit-
ed to attend a meeting to be held at
7:30 o'clock. tomorrow night in New-
berry hall to organize a women's edu-
cational club. Prof. C. o. Davis, of
the educaional department, will speak,.
and music m ill be furnished.
-Dorothy (neeland, '09, was married
Saturday to Frank Willard Tufts, '11,
of Detroit, at the home of her parents,
Mr. Frank Gilbert Kneeland and Mrs.
Knieeland, 727 E. University avenue:
Mr. Tufts and Mrs. Tufts will be at
home to their friends after December
10, at 93 Vague avenue, Detroit.
-"The Message of the Prophets," will
be the subject of a lecture to be given
by Rabbi Tobias Shanfarber, of Chi-
cago, before theJewsh student's con-
gregation in McMillan hall at 6:45
GIVE LECTURE ON ASIATIC ART
Series to Be Delivered on Same Gen.
Mr. Laurence Binyon, of London,
will deliver an illustrated lecture on,
"The Art of Asia," in Alumni Memo-
rial hall at 8:00 o'clock on Monday
The lecture is given in connection
with the university lectures, and is
one of a number to be given in the fu-
ture on the general subject of "The
Art of the Far East." They will be
given under the auspices of the Ann
Arbor art association.
"A -Survey of Chinese Art," is the
subject of the second illustrated lec-
ture to be 'given by the association. It
will be delivered by Dr. John C. Fer-
guson, of Peking, at 4:15 o'clock Tues-
day, December 1.* On Thursday, Dr.
Ferguson will deliver the third lee-
ture on, "Chinese Paintings," at the
same time. Both of these addresses
will be given in Memorial hall.
Mr. Binyon is assistant keeper of the
prints in the British museum, where
he has been for several years. He de-
livered a lecture here two years ago.
Dr. Ferguson, who has recently re-
turned to the United States from China,
has had exceptional opportunities for
studying the Chinese art, and has
translated several books into their
If you can't go home for
Thanksgiving you can do
the next best thing. Send
Your Portrait. We please
while others fail.
Kodak Supplies and a fine
line =of Mc. Donold's hoxme
made chocolate candy.
619 E. Liberty St.
Amatuer printing on
Vest Cyko P ap er.
200-202 So. Main St.
Mon, Nov. 23-The Paisioned Bit.
Tues., Nov. 24-Hearst Selig News.
Wed., Nov. 25--The Derelicts.
Thuirs.. Nov. 26-Perils of Pauline (13
Fri., Nov. 27--The Livid Flames.
Sat., Nov. 28-Seven Sealed Orders.
The Song of the Wildwoodl Flute (with
Coming Next Week-"Gwendolyn."
Order HILL'S SWEET
CIDER Phone 2140
Why not have it delivered regularlybi or tri-
Weekly ? Many do. Always fresh. No prsr
vatives used. Visit the-mill at the oreaTr-
KENMORE BROOK ORCHARDS
Friday and Saturday, Nov. 20 and 21.
"For the Honor of Old Glory." A
realistic story of the Mexican War.
Showes conditions on the Mexican fron-
Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 23 and 24.
Dramatization of Dickens' novel
"The Chimes"-a. splendid Shubert
feature starring Tom Terris, the noted
Dickens character actor. Don't miss
Carter's wonderful lion "Baby" Is
one of the most ferocious and largest
HAVE you ever thought how you
might improve the interior of
your house by putting in some new
lighting fixtures of modern design ?
(lit is easy to choose from our dis-
play. You will find some unusually
appropriate designs in side brackets
and chandeliers in our show room.
Reule, Conlin, Fiegel Co.
Eastern, Mtchigan Edison Company
Corner' E. William and 6. Main Streets
PREKETEES SWEETS ARE
the best because they are manufactured of the
best materials and under our supervision.
Ae give you quick service in.our fountain drinks , and
I bring joy to the receiver; happiness to the giver..
1dI- am the tie that binds.
All lovers 'of a'smoke consider Me a treasure, as every
cigarette is a .smoke whet carried byr me.
The money-back-if-not-pleased policy is unknown to
me as Inever make round trips, the which signifies
satisfartiQn. I am the missing link Vetween you
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d meets in Hill auditorium at
o'clock tomorrow night.
RENT-Large room with sleep-
porch. 537 S. Division. Phone
-Loose leaf inote book. Owner's
ie on it. Phone 2112-J.
1 522 for Holmes Taxi, Limou-
>r carriage. 522. tf
Quarry Drug Company's win-
See how we sharpen safety ra-
Carter the Mysterious carries a car-
load of paraphernalia.
Special ,values in Mackinaws at Al-
len's Good Clothes Store-Main Street.
Graham's Barber Shop, 121 W. Hur-
on St, opposite D. U. R. Only barber
shop in Ann Arbor under student man-
agement. Your patronage will be ap-
preciated. Glenn Graham, '17 Dent.
Geo. P. Geisendorfer
"The Qualiy StQor"
Fancy Meat Products
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201 E. Washington
Buy-one for your-
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