THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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who read this ad know,
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You can tell at a glance whether a suit
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it in the favored class of smartness. And it is
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you see them. The whole effect of our clothes
is one of slimness and trimness of the supple-
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Sild only at
324 So. State Street
WADHAMS & CO.
121-123 So. [lain St.
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T HEA TR E
MON. Oct. 1 2-The Gilded Kidd, with
Elsie Mc Leod
TUJES. Oct. 1 3-14.arst-Selig Pictorial
WELL. Oct. 14--The Billionaire
THUR. Oct. 1 S-7th Story of Pauline
FRI. Oct. 16-Willis, with W. Onkman
SAT. Oct. 17-His Stolen Fortune, with
Francis X. Bushman I~an
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he Ann Arbor Savings Bank
pital Stock $300,000 Surplits $100,000
A General Banking Business Transacted
as. F,. Hiscock, Pres., Michael J. Fritz-
sh'r, W. 1D. Harriman, Vice-lres., Carl F.
aun, Asst. Cash'r, Win. Waltz, Asst. Cash'r
Liberty and Main Sts.
Most Convenient Place for Your
he Farmers & Mechanics Bank
01.105-105 south Main Street
irpius and Profits . $75,6000
ITreason that we
can make you suits
cheaper but of the
same quality as
o thler tailors be-
cause we pay less
A. Marquardt is sit=
uated over the Farmer's
and Mechanic's Bank.
Having enlarged and remodeled our Studio we are now
repared to give even bet,-r service than here-to-fore.
PIIOTOGRA P11 iRs
--Aibout 20)men eligible fornieniber- CMar ingkNext Week-SRoih ,enar
ship were entertained at a smoker by i Cmn Nx ekSrn er
the Commerce club last night. The __________________
election of new members will take
place next Monday night, and the an- R y lip ' rtr
nual banquet will be given on Tues- Ro a Ty e rt s
day evening, October 20.
-Junior medics nominated the fol. FOR SALE
lowing candidates for class officers at On Easy Terms
a meeting fheld yesterd1ay: president-
L. B. Kin gery, L=. Bater, J. 0. Dieterle; Machines for Rent at low rates
vice-president-E Arnold; treasurer--'
D. 11. Jeffers, L. C. Todd; basketball A. H. COHEN, Resident Salesman
manager-F. P. Currier, Dobbin; track 1314 So. University Avenue
manager-L. B. LEI s' y, 11.° D. Funk; Phone 2282
baseball manager--P'r. 4'N onalson. _________________
-Dan ('. !filler, iuistz'iictoi' last year
in descriptive geometxy and drawing,1 THE KEMPF MUSIC STUDIOS, 312
has b~een this year 'ap pointed assistant S. Division St. . Phone 212-J. Piano,
professor of civil en gineering at the Voice, Pipe Organ, Harmony. Leave
Agriculture and Mechanical College of orders for fine piano tuning. Good
Texas, at College Stvtion, Texas. H-e tenor soloist wanted for church work
is 'pecidizing in hyd raulics.
-Work ont the Cosm DIpolitan club tab- Standard Loose Leaf note books-
leau to be presented at the Red Cross! your name on cover without expense
mass meeting Thursday evening, Oc- at Wahr's University Book Store.
tober 15, is progressing rapidly. All --
participants are requested to meet in Aprons and Lab. supplies in general
Hill auditorium at 7:30 o'clock this! at Wahr's University Book Store. eod
evening for a rehearsal of the tableau.'________
-The botanical department will hold The 'best chocolates--Cranes and
its annual chrysanthemum exhibit in Gilberts at Quarry's. eod.
Alumni Menmorial hall some time dur-___________
in~ ovemer.Bear Grace Cameron sing "Cause.
-Prof. Robert M. Wenley :lectured in I'm Pigeon Toed." tf
Detroit, yesterday, under the auspices
of the University of Miiigau Exten- Pianos to rent at Schaeberle & Sons
sion on "The Elements of Philasophy." IMusic 1.ouse. tf.
Everyone who really knows the
Gas Meter, thinks well 'of him.
That's because in the long run he is true and honest and
what he says is always open to proof.,
He measures for what the most useful and helpful com-
modity that eomes into your house.
He tells you whenever you look at him just where you
stand; just how much light and fuel you have used in
a given time. From that you know just what they have
Make a friend of your Gas Meter. Get acquainted with
him. Phone to the Gas Office for ain introduction.
Nancy Gay knows him and likes him. "'The story of Nancy Gay"
recites her experiences. Call at our offiic for a copy.: is FREE.
336 S. State St.
F. A.MY LEIS.
8Begs to 81.1tuoxxt-kce that his
Clots Shop 'is SO&w located at
616 EAST LIBERTY T.
Yours -s epeci fully.
WE ARE IN BUSINESS FOR YOUR. HEALTH
DRUGS .and DRUG SUNDRIES1.
Prof. Edward R. Turner lIectured at
the same time on English. history.
--C. 1. llirshafeldt, of 'Detroit, Will
speak on "The Connor's Creek Power
Station of the Detroit T ldison Illum-
inating Company," at 7.:KdO o'clock to-
morrow night, in room 34 8 of the engi-
neering building. Thi4, plant, which
is one of the largest andl most modern
stations in this country, was designed
by Mr. Hirshfeldt.
-1llini club, an orgaiza Lion of stu-
dents from Illinois, will b old its first
smoker and get-to-geth~er: next Thurs-
day night at 7:30 o'clock,: at the Un-
ion. All students from :Illinois are
asked to attend this me adng. Nomi-
nation and election of officers will
take .place and plans for the year wil
-Walter IL Cohn, '18, -wbo suffered
a dislocated shoulder in ithe fresh-sophi
rush last Saturday, has. left the home-
opathic hospital, where. ;his injury was
dressed, He is now ab.le to attend his
Grace Cameron is coming to the Ma-
j estic. tf
Get your kodak supplies at the uni-
University Ave.. Pharmacy. Open day
and night and Sundays. tf
Grace Cameron coming to the Ma-
jestic is the biggest single act ever
booked on the "Butterfield Circuit." tf
We shine shoes bright, and block
hats right. The Athens on Liberty St.
Try us once. tf.
University Ave. Pharmacy. The new
store. Drugs, sundaes, and toilet ar-
At the Majestic Grace Cameron will
sing "Little Dolly Dimples." tf
Waterman Fountain Pens of all
kinds. University Avenue Pharmacy.
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MANN &t WALKER
213 S. Main St.
made with a home flavor. In fact, all our confectionis
are strictly home made; such delicacies as candies, ice
creams and'dainty lunches we claim to be the best you
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For Professor, Teacher,, Instructor
and Student-.for Busy Men
in All Walks of Life.
Here is a ;remarkable chair-much more than a chair,
too, though it takes' up jabout the same room as a big Turish
rocker. Within easy reach are all the conveniences of a study.
The chair is a fine piece of furniture in itself--made of
solid quarter-sawed oak and upholstered in leather. The
price is $65.00.
C) YOU KNOW
"That you can purchase all editions
Schirmrer and Wood Librar~y
one Half Off
Thaeot'y and Practice of Tone Relations by Goetschenls for $1.20
Volk Songs and Fart Songs by Davmroscll for ...............E
Call and gel our prices on all Classical Music
1 20.122 East Liberty Street Phone 1707
Classes in SHORTHAND, TYPE-
WRITING, BOOKKEEPING and
will be organized next week at the
SCHOOL4 OF SHORTHAND, 711 N.
Watch for Announcement oif the
OPENING OF THE
ON NORTH UNIVERSITY AVE.
HILL AUDITORIUM, Ann Arbor, Mich.
CHORAL UNION CONCERTS
ALBERT A. STAN LI'Y, Director
I~ Nral Concer
Oct. 28-Johanna Gadski
Nov. 1 1-Ferruclo Bussoni
Dec. 2-Philadelphia Orchestra
Feb. 1 7-Cincinnotti Orchestra
Mar. 1 2--Lo lezak
May 19-22-May Festival
Pre~festival Course Tickets (Pe-
serve d) $3.00, ,$3.50, $3.75, $4.
Single Concerts $1, $1.25, $1.50
Mail orders filled In order of re-
ceipt from special sections after
Public sales begin Oct. 19.
YPSILAN-TI, jLima. FREDERICK ALEXANDER, Director
i-Oct. 22 ANNA CASE isoprano from the Metropolitan Opera Co., N. Y.
Flngle admission SI1.50
i-Oct. 28 Matinclk 3 'clocak. RUSSIAN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. Modest
Alt p uler, Cn nductor. Single admission $1.50
11l--Deo. 4 DAVID A ND CLAft A MANNES. Sonata Recital. Violin and Piano
IV-1380. 1 0 Christmias Carols.. NORMAL CHOIR. 200 Singers. Alla cappella,
V-Mar. 1I* ELEANOR SPENCk-R. Piano Recital.
VI-Mar. 10 Matinee .3 o'clock,. BARRERE ENSEMBLE. The Wood-wind In-
strumnents of Ne-w York Symphony Orchestra.
Vll-APR. 1S DETROIT SYMPI4'OPY ORCHESTRA, Weston Gales, Conductor.
Soloist: Georgia 5~cardson JBaskerville, Piaxist.
Single Admisslo.it $1.50
Vili-May NORhIIAL CHOIR FESTIVAL
Season: Seats,' Reser'wed, $2.50 for Eight Concerts
Monday,, October 12_, fronl,4t t 5 p.-n, At Conservatory. For all seats located in
7Tlcst-,'.lJ C:ther 1;, f'urn ' -n ; p :u~. A' SIle, i ardware ,tore.Fral
sr t luract..LuWorth 4Half ou( \orm.ti 1i all.
HALLER 'JEWELRY C(
State St. Jewelers
Conklin Fountain Pens
Alarm Clocks 75. u
Michigan -Jewelry Novelties
Fine Watch and Jewelry
SCHOOL OF MUSIC FOR SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
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