THE MICiiGcAN DAILY
gat We Sell
Stein Block Clothing
Arrow Shirts and Collars
Deirmel Linen Mesh Underwear
Spalding Bros. Sweaters
Lindcn schmitt, Apfel & Co.
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 =tests, slipons.
Everything new and everything right.
William E. Dieterle, the varsity tailor of Detroit,
will be at his branch store, 516 E. Williams--two
doors off Maynard-Sunday and Monday, Oct. 4th
and 5th, with a complete line of British woolens.
Before buying see the Dieterle New 1915 Varsity
mWILLIAM 'E. DIE'TERLE.
94 W. Fort St.
ANN ARBOR STORE
615 E. Williams St.
POUND - l1V
214 S. Main St.
-There will be a get together meet-
ing of all Kentucky men, next Thurs-
day night, at the Michigan Union, im-
mediately after the meeting of the
-All students wishing to try out for
the Students' Directory telephone the
editor, Georce C. Caron, 357.
-University hospital authorities re-
ported, yesterday, that W. R. Mills, '18,
of Flint, who is suffering from diph-
theria, was improving.
-ill student Masons are invited to at-
tend a smoker to be given by the
Craftsmen club in their rooms, tomor-
row evening, Treasurer R. A. Camp-
bell of the university will be one of
the chief speakers.I
-A conference will be held in Ann
Arbor in November regarding the vo-
cational possibilities for university
women, other than teachers. This con-
ference is the outgrowth of a desire on
the part of the Woman's league to find
out whatis offered to university wom-
en in vocational work, besides teach-
ing, Special speakers from Washing-
ton, D, C., will be present.
-At a uteeting of the staff of the Gar.
goyle on Thursday afternoon plans for
the first issue were outlined,
--Elections will be held by the follow-
ing campus and honorary societies
this fall; Griffins, upperclass interde-
partmental society; Druids, senior lit-
erary society; Vulcans, senior engi-
neer's society; Barristers, senior law
society; Web and Flange, senior civil
engineering society; Sphinx, junior lit-
erary society; Triangles, junior en-
gineer's society; Alchemists, chemical
society; Woolsack, junior law society;
Quadrangle, rhetoric society; and Aco-
lytes, philosophical society.
It is our aim to please all our
customers with the best photos
that can be made
Careful attention is given to all
COME IN AND SEE US
619 E. Liberty St.
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
DON'T FORGET THAT
HO U te mP aPE
Is in the sameplace
Reule, Conlin, Flegel Co.
200-202 So. Main St.
TYE M P'L E
SAT. OCT. 3
'Trinkets of Tragedy'
MARY PICKFORD in
and the Girl'
You Have Friend
s in SHORTHAND, TYPE-
organized next week at the
)L OF SHORTHAND, 711 N.
Watch for Annouicement of the
OPENING OF THE
ON NORTH UNIVERSITY AVE.
Headquarters for the
Underwood (the kind the
University uses) and other
high - grade Typewriters a n d
Typewriting supplies at
O. D. MORRILL'S
322 South State Street
(over Baltimore Lunch)
is the typewriter with the
rapid-fire action and ad-
justable personal touch-
the machine that fires1
letters as an autonatic
gun spits bullets!
Built for the Expert
The new Royal way of sending
direct force from the fingertips
to the type takes the "grind"
>ut of typewriting and increases
:he daily output of any stenog-
Get the Facts !
Send for the "Royal man" and
ask for a DEMONSTRATION,
Or write us direct for our new
brochure, "Better Service,"
and a beautiful Color - photo-
graph of the NewRoyal Ma ster-
ROYAL TYPEWRITER CO.fic.
A. H. COHEN
.1314 S. University Ave
ANN ARBOR, Mich.
We shine shoes bright and
hats right. The Athens on Liberty St.
Try us once. tf.
University Ave. Pharmacy. The new
store. Drugs, sundaes, and toilet ar-
Laboratory Outfits-Wagner & Co.
State Street. tf.
FALL SUITS AND OVERCOATS
Now Ready, including
home. Phone 1999-J.
FOR RENT-Pleasant warm
room at 604 Madison St.
Good Clothes Store,'
Get the official Freshman
Wagner & Co. State Street.
g of fine peanuts at
some. Try Dean's.
57 and we will deliver you a
A fresh roasted
peanucs for 10c.
795-J. A. F.
Dancing classes every Monday and
Thursday 7:00 p. m., beginning Oct-
5th and 8th. A very competent in-
structor from New Jersey will dem-
onstrate the new dances both in class
and private lessons. The academy
has been newly decorated and equip-
ped with electric fans. Phone 1850-M.
In order to be able to dance the lat-
est dances one must know how to
dance the Waltz, One Step and Two
Step which is the foundation of all the
new dances. To learn these dances
properly go to Granger's School of
Dancing where you will betaught the
Waltz, One Step and Two Step in one
term. For particulars call at office
312 Maynard St., or phone 246. tf
Pianos to rent at Schaeberle & Sons
Music House. . tf.
$2.25 buys a complete gymnasum
outfit at Wahr's University Book Store.
Drawing instruments and engineer's
supplies at Wahr's Book Store. eodW
Football paraphernalia. Most com-
plete stock in city at Wahr's. eodW
Miss Hannah Cochrane, pupil of
William Howland, will take pupils in
voice. Studio 413 S. Division. Phone
FOR RENT-Pleasant large front
room in private home (two adults).
Room conveniently arranged for
two. 523 Linden St., off S. Univer-
FOR RENT-To frats, clubs, and soc-
eties New Armory Bldg., Cor. E. Ann
and Fifth Ave., fully equipped and in
excellent condition for dancing par-
ties, exhibits or banquets. 3,000
square feet hard maple floor. For
further information and rates com-
municate with. Conrad Lucas, 807
S. Main. 6-11
FOR RENT-Fine suite of rooms, for
men. Excellent location, good light,
running water, quiet. 1430 Hill St..
LOST-Athletic book No. 2456. Finder
please notify Miss Marcia R. Mun-
sell. Phone 398. 6
LOST-Saturday afternoon about $40
in currency probably between Hus-
ton Bros. and Ferry field. Finder
return to Si Huston and receive re-
UNION LATINA WILL ELECT
OFFICERS NEXT WEI)NESDA V
Th* Union Latina, formerly known
as the Latin American club, will hold
an important meeting next Wednesday
evening. The national organization
wbich bears the same name consists of
chapters established in 18 colleges. It
is planned to increase the Union Lat-
ina wherever there are sufficient Lat-
in American students. At the ap-
proaching meeting officers will be
elected and plans for the year will be
formulated. A series of lectures on
South America and Latin countries
will be undertaken by the Michigan
First Michigan Man in European War
Dr. Charles D. Dunlap, '16D, has left
for London, being ordered into tht
army medical service of England. Dun-
lap's home is near Tibicorn, South In-
dia. He is the first student at Michi-
gan to be ordered to report for ser-
vice in the European war.
WANTED-Student help at Campus
Point Cafe, 1106 Washtenaw. Must
room in houst. Price according to
WANTED-Student salesmen at once.
Temporary work only. We accept
only best men experienced in sell-
ing. Mail your address to B. Mich-
igan Daily for particulars. 6
FOR RENT-Two blocks S. E. of Cam-
pus two desirable isingle rooms, one
on first, one on second floor. 632
Church St. Phone 1226-M.
Medical and Dental text books. .15
per cent off for cash at Wahr's Uni-
i-ersity Book Store tf
FOR RENT-Front suite, one block
from Campus; 1118 S. University,
Cor. Church St. 6
FOR SALE-Indian twin cylinder mo-
torcycle, $100. Call 339-J.
Medical and Dental text books. 15
per cent off for cash at Wahrs Uni-
versity Book Store. tf
HILL AUDITORIUM, Ann Arbor, Mich.
CHORAL UNION CONCERTS
ALBERT A. STANLEY, Director
Th~e Michigan Daily
Oct,. 28-Johanna Gadski
Prima Donna Soprano of the Metro-
politan Opera Company.
Nov. 1 1-Ferruocio Bussoni
Eminent Italian Pianist.
Dec. 2-Philadelphia Orchestra
Leopold Stokowski, Conductor.
Theodore Harrison, Baritone.
Feb. 1,7-Cincinnatti Orchestra
Doctor ]Urnst Kunwald, conductor.
Msr 12-Leo Slezak
Drapatic Tenor of the Boston Opera
May 19=22-22nd May Festival
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the
University Choral Union, Special
Children's Chorus and distinguished
Course Tickets, $3, $3.50, $3.75, $4, Single Concerts, $1, $1.25, $1.50
Call at School of Music for
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary
Who Is Interested
Send him all the Football
and Campus News t or
Across from the Mp estic
& Co. State Street.
NEW AND BECOJIING
Now on Display
Good Clothes Store
n you return to town ten years
ow you will give us a call if
y peanuts now at Dean's. 3&6
an's Barber Shop, 121 W. Hur-
opposite D. U. R. Only barber
i Ann Arbor under student man-
it. Your patronage will be ap-'
ed. Glenn Graham, '17 Dent.
II $1 °°
Long Evenings Enjoyed
To the fullest extent, if you have a
VICTROLA AND UP-TO-DATE RECORDS,
Ve will give free Demonstration in YOUR HOUSE
All the Latest Popular Songs ioc per copy.
Mandolins, Guitars, Violins, and all accessories.
BEST PIANOS TO RENT
When in need of anything in the
music line, see Grinnell Bros. stock
before buying. 120-122 E. Liberty St.
Phone 1707. Open evenings week of
Sept. 28th to Oct. 3rd 1-6
Pianos to rent. Good dependable in-
struments at lowest rates. Schaeberle
& Son's Music House, 110 So. Main
The Annual Student Convocation
calls for academic customs represent-
ing all departments and colleges. We
carry caps, gowns, aid hoods and all
official colors. Mack & Co. 2-4-6
Gym Outfits complete-at a bar
gain-Wagner & Co. State Street. i
Expert Pipe Repairing --R. Disde
ride, 422 Detroit St. TI
Waternan Fountala Pens of a
kinds. University Avenue Pharmac:
University Ave. Pharmacy. The stor
120-122 E. LIBERTI ST.
N Phone 1707
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