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THE MICHIOAdN DAILY

THAT NEW

STUDENTS

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We are ready
best line of

to show you the

flen's Suits,
Overcoats,
Balmacaans,
Raincoats,
Hats,
Caps and
Furnishings
Shown in the City

Better Paper
Better Cover

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WADHAMS & CO.
121-123 So. rain St.

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The Ann Arbor Savings Bank'
Capital Stock $300,000 Surplus $ioo,ooo
Resources $3,000,000
A General Banking Business Transacted
Chas G Z'Hiscock, res., Michael J. Fritz,
Cash'r, W. D. larriian, Vice-Pies., Carl F.
Braun, Asst. Cash'r, Wrn Waltz, Asst. Cash'r
Savngs Dept.
Liberty and Main Ste.
A Most Convenient Place for Your
Banking
The Farmers & Mechanics Bank
101-103-105 South Main Street
Capital, $100,000
Surplus and Profits . . . $75,000

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IT stands.to
reason that we
can make you suits
cheaper'but. of the
same quality as,
other tailors be-
cause we pay less
rent.

A. Marquardt is sit=
uated over the Farmer's
and Mechanic's Bank.

Announceim1ent
Having enlarged and remodeled our Studio we are now
prepared to give even better service than here-to-fore.
Try Us
DA INES & NICKELS
PHOTOURAPIHERS,

334 and 336 S. State St.

Phone 310-3

4a
YS
Cloth Sho
F. A. MYLES
B.Es to e.1%riosnce that his
Cloth Shop is now located at
616 EAST LIBERTY ST.
Your-s reapectfslIy.
WE ARE IN BUSINESS FOR YOUR HEALTH
Buy Your
DRUGS and DRUG SUNDRIES,
AT
MANN & WALKER
Phone 876 213 S. Main St
Salads .
made with a home flavor. In fact, all our confections
are strictly home made; such delicacies as candies, ice
creams and dainty lunches we claim to be the best you
can find.
THE CREST
Classes in SHORTHAND, TYPE-
WRITING,BOOKKEEPING and Watch for Announcemeilt of the
PENMANSHIP fora
University Students OPENIN OF THE
will be organized. next week at the ARCADE THEATRE
SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND, 711 N. ON NORTH UNIVERSITY AVE.
University Avenue.
HILL AUDITORIUM, Ann Arbor, Mich.
CHORAL UNION CONCERTS
ALBERT A. STANLEY,"Director

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--Prof. Walter Rlauschenlush of Roch-
ester Theological Seminary will lec-
ture on "The Challenge of Social
Problems to College Men and Women"
under the auspices of the Wesleyan
Guild at the Methodist church, 7:30
o'clock Sunday evening.
-Prof. It. C. Anderson, of the engi-
neering department, has gone on a
week's business trip to Springfield, Ill.
-Prof. W. T. Fishleigh, of the engi-
neering department, acted as expert
this summer in the patent infringe-
ment suit by W. S. Austin against the
Cadillac Motor Car Co. The case was
tried in the United States District
Court in Grand Rapids, but as yet no
decision has been rendered.
-As a member of the research com-
cittee of the society of Automobile
Engineers, Prof.' W. T. Fishleigh has
received a request for tests on the
proper tap drill sizes and also for ex-
perimental work.leading to the devel-
opment of a formula for the destruc-
tive effect of vehicles on roads.
--Students who can qualify for a po-
sition as barber or as sign painter may
obtain employment by calling at Uni-
versi'ty Y. M. C. A. headquarters.
-Webster will meet at 7:30 o'clock
tonight to elect officers for the year,
and to debate on the subject: "Resolv-
ed: That capital and labor be compell-
ed to settle their disputes through a
legally constituted board of arbitra-
tion."
-Dr. Aldred S. Warthin delivered the
last of the series of three lectures.on
"Sexual Physiology and Pathology" to
more than 500 freshmen in the new
medical building last night.
---Work will be commenced this morn-
ing in installing a new ornamental
street lighting system on Main street.
All of the fixtures arrived yesterday
and the merchants credit association
hopes to have the system in working
operation in a short time.
-Tickets for the Michigan Union
membership dance to be held at 9:00
o'clock Saturday night, will be on
sale after 5:00 o'clock this afternoon.
The chaperones will be Dr. and Mrs.
Frederick Waldron, and Prof. and Mrs.
George W. Patterson. The dance com-
mittee includes Paul Thompson, '16L,
Hugo E. Braun, '16, and William J.
Williams, '17.
-Miss Carol F. Walton, secretary of
the Michigan association for the pre-
vention and relief of tuberculosis, left
yesterday for St. Louis, Mo., where
she will attend the Mississippi Valley
conference on tuberculosis.
-According to members of the chem-
istry faculty, the University of Mich-
igan, in contrast to many of the east-
earn colleges, will suffer but little
through the delay in the importation
of laboratory materials, due to the
effect of the European war.
-Prof. C. 11. Van Tyne of the Ameri-
can history department, was unable
to meethis classes yesterday because
of throat taouble, and the lecture in
history 14 was given by Prof. U. B.
Phillips. Professor Van Tyne will
probably be able to meet his classes
tomorrow.
-The annual convention of the Michi-
gan osteopathic association will be held
at Jackson on October 28 and 29. Some
of the most eminent osteopathic spec-
ialists in the world will appear on the
program.

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Oct. 28-Johanna Gadski
Prima Donna Soprano of the Metro-
politan Opera Company.
Nov. 11-Ferruocio Bussoni
Eminent Italian Pianist.
Dec. 2-Philadelphia Orchestra
Leopold Stokowski, Conductor.
Theodore Harrison, Baritone.

Feb. 17-Cincinnatti Orchestra
Doctor Ernst Kunwald, Conductor.
Msr 12- Leo Slezak
Dramatic Tenor of the Boston Opera
Company.
May 1 9-22-22nd May Festival
Chicago Symphony orchestra, the
University Choral Union, Special
Children's Chorus and distinguished
Soloists.

Long Evenings Enjoyed
To the fullest extent, if you have a
VICTROLA AND UP-TO-DATE RECORDS
We will give free Demonstration in YOUR HOUSE
All the Latest Popular Songs ioc per copy.
Mandolins, Guitars, Violins, and all accessories.
NBIST PIANOS TO "ENT
ORINNEL IR(2S. 120a122 E. LIBERTY ST.

Course Tickets, $3, $3.50, $3.75, $4. Single Concerts, $1, $1.25, $1.50
Gall at School of Music for Special Announcement.
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary

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