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THE -MICHIGAN DAILY

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What We Sell
Imperial Hats
Stein Block Clothing.
Arrow Shirts and Collars
Deimel Linen Mesh Underwear
Spalding Bros. Sweaters,
Mackinaws all
Grades
Lindceschmitt, Apfel & Ca.

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Young Men
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,3 Spalding
Sweater, neckwear, hosiery, gloves, un-
derwear, trousers, fancy vests, slipons.
Everything new and everything right.

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Before Buying Your Fall Suit

See W. E. DIETERLE at his Ann Arbor Store,
516 E.Wllllams St., three doors below Maynard.
All foreign Woolens of the latest weaves and
designs. Come in and see for yourself.

VARSITY TAILOR

WM. E. DIETERLE

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Fresh Roasted
Peanuts
A FULL
POUND - lOc
214 S.KMain St.

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lasses in SHORTHAND, TYPE-
TRITING,BOOKKEE PING and
ENMANSHIP for,
University Students;
ill be organized next week at the
HOOL OF SHORTHAND, 711 N.
niversity Avenue.

--Since their President-elect, 1). Bias-
chea, '16M, did not return to college
this year, the executive council of the
Latin American club will hold a spec-
ial meeting at 7 :30 o'clock tonight at
71a Lawrence street to decide upon a
meeting for the nomination of a new
executive officer.
--31iss Alice P. Bixby, for the past
four years in charge of the chemistry
library, who went abroad during the
summer, has accepted a position for
cataloguing books in the American
School in Rome, and will not return
to her work in tho university.
-Harry 1). Parker, -15. president of
the Illinois club, has named tomorrow
for the first meeting of that society
this year. The gathering is called for
7:30 o'clock at the Union, and business
discussions and election of officers will
be in order.
-Installation of a new Spencer lan-
tern this summer has added materially
to the lecturing equipment in the
physics department.
--C. V. Kent and S. J.. Mc rath, grad-
uates of Michigan, J. H. Stang of the
University of Rochester, and Mr.
Shook, of the University of Illinois,
are among the year's additions to the
staff of instructors in the physics de-
--ata dinner held at the lIlcligan
Union last night, 10 new men were
initiated into the Cabinet club, which
is composed of members from Wash-
ington, D. C. Plans were made to
hold a Michigan dance at Washington
during the Christmas holidays.
-ri class marshals for Convocation
Day will hold a meeting in room 248,'
new engineering building at 4:30
o'clock today, for a discussion of plans
for that day. Mimeograph copies of
directions for assembling and march-
ing to Hill auditorium will be distrib-
uted.
---Prof. W. 1). Henderson, head of the
university extension lecture service,
who was scheduled to speak in Plym-
outh on Friday, has postlion~ed the lec-
ture on account of Convocation Day,
The new date for the lecture has not
been set.

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HOPPE STJJDIO
619 E. Liberty St.
TE P L E
T H E A TWE

Are you thinking of
having your portrait
made?
Hoppe is making a special
offer. Two of his regular
$25.00 per doz. portraits
for $1.50. There is noth-
ing better.'

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Our Leading ,Athletes
Join with other famous Americans
in Praising Tuxedo Tobacco
O U R world-famous athletes-
who triumphed for America at
the Olympic Games in Stockholm
-are among the thousands who
declare that Tuxedo is not only ex-
tremely enjoyable, but beneficial.
FamousAmericansin everywalkof
life-doctors, lawyers, actors, singers,
public speakers, statesmn, business
leaders---smoke and endorse

Reule, Conlin, Fiegel Co.

AL
MARTIN SHERIDAN
"Tuxedo is astrong card
with me. I1odvise all athletes
to stick to Tuxedo. It is the
one tobacco that will help
them, seep- them In' trim,
prevent them from going
'stale.' Tuxedo leads--bar
none.

200-202 So. Main St.

Watch for solicitors.

Watch for Announcement of the
OPENING OF THE
ARCADE THEATRE
ON NORTH UNIVERSITY AVE.

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HILL AUDITORIUM, Ann Arbor, Mich.

CHORAL UNION CONCERTS
ALBERT A..STrANLE Y, Director

Oct. 28-dohanna Gadski
Nov. 11--Ferruocio Bussoni
Dec. 2-Philadelphia Orchestra
Feb. 17-CincinnattiOrchestra
Mar. 12-Leo Slazak
May 19-22-May Festival

Pre-festival Course Tickets (Re-
served) $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
Oct. 14.
Public sales begin Oct. 19.

MON. Oct. 12-The Glded Kidd, with
Elsie McLeod
TUES. Oct. 13-Hearst-Selig Pictorial
News
WED. Oct. 1 4-The Billionaire
THUR. Oct. 15-7th Story of Pauline
FRI. Oct. 16-Willie, with W. Oakman
SAT. Oct. 1 7-His Stolen Fortune, with
Francis X. Bushman
Mary Pickford in A Rich Revenge
Coming Next Week-Strong Heart
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Soph Lit football practice at 3:30
P. NI. at South Ferry Field.
Meting of all try-outs for the edi-
torial staff of the Michiganensian to-
day at 2:00 o'clock.
Meeting of Totem will be held in
room 105 north wing U. hall today at
7:15 o'clock.
Senior lit football practice at 3:30
o'clock this afternoon, south Ferry
field. Seniors trying out for the team
should arrange with manager George
C. Adams, '15, phone 1328, for field
house lockers.
Oratorical board meets in room 205
n. w. University hall, at 4:00 o'clock
today.
Important meeting of the Gargoyle
business staff and tryouts tomorrow
afternoon at 4:30 o'clock.
Band rehearsal at 7:00 o'clock this
evening in University Hall.
WANTED-A male quartette to sing
witn pictures at the Whitney for
three dlays, Octiber 22, 23, 24. In-
quire for Mr. Butterfield.
LOST--Pair of rimless nose glasses
between High School and New Mal-
coln Block. Reward. Call 851-J.
BUSINFSS STAFF TRYOUTS
All Juniors and Sophomores desir-
ing to try out for the Daily Business
Staff will notify the office between one
and tive today. Phone 960.

The Perfect Tobacco for Pipeand Cigarette
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Tuxedo grew rapidly- in public
favor, and without advertising .
reached the stupendous total of fifty
or sixty million packages a year. Not
until the past few months could Tux- GASTON STROBINO
edo keep up with the demand. Now jf'T(uxedvs the tobacco
- fothethlte.It ...er hurt.
increased facilities permit every man ,mywind,ande.alwayssteadi,
to smoke this best of tobaccos. my nerves. Tuxedo forme.
Tuxedo is fine, ripened Burley-
tobacco of the highest grade-aged
until thoroughly mild and mellow.
Then treated by the famous "Tux-
edo Process," that removes the last
trace of "bite" and develops all the
deliciousBurleyyfragrance and flavor.
YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHEREr
Convenient Pouch, r Famous, green tin,
inner-ined with with gold lettering C
moisture-proof paper curved to fit pocket
MATT McGR "H , I
In Glass Humidors, 54c and 90c " .No athlete need fear to
I'lhl.'F~ Send us2 cents in stamps for post-I smoke as much as he wants,
FREE = age and wewillmailyouasouvenir if he uses Tuxedo. Its a
Stin of TUXEDO tobacco to any general help fo anyj man. A
point in the United States. Address pipefulof Tuxedo puts new
life into me..
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
Room 1299 111 Fifth Avenue New Yort

CALL AT SCHOOL OF MUSIC FOR SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary

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PREKETEES 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
lunches.
SUGAR BOWL.

Miss Francis Caspari, after seven
years of study in New York City, has
opened a studio of voice culture at 424
N. State St. For particulars apply at
studio or phone 638.
WANTED-Copies of the Michigan
Daily for Oct. 1, 4, 6, 10. Five cents
per copy if brought to Daily office.

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WANTE--Students to sell Choral Tin- POSITION WANTED-A steward-chef,
ion Concert tickets. Liberal Com- Eight years experience.. Student at
mission allowed. Call at School of University. Will make very reason-
Music. 11-15
able terms. Phone. 823 or 312.

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LOST-Pair tortoise rimmed glasses
in black case. Return to Daily office.
Reward.
LOST-Athletic boolt with name J. H.
Madison. Please phone 1462-R. 13-4
WANTED-Orde:s for delivery of stu-
dent washings call 795-J.. Ann Ar-
bor Messenger and Parcel Service.
A. F. Brown, '17E. eodW
Football paraphernalia. Most com-
plete stock in city at Wahr's. eodNW
Drawing instruments and engineer's
supplies at Wahr's Book Store. eodW
University Ave. Pharmacy. The store
that satisfies. tf
Grace Cameron "Miss Dolly Dim-
ples" will soon be at the Majestic.
Pianos to rent. Good dependable in-
struments at lowest rates. Schaeberle
& Son's Music House, 110 So. Main
St. tf.

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FOR RENT--Single suite on third
floor, $1.50. Student forced to leave
room on account of work Call at
711 E. Catherine.
LOST-Friday in room 311 Eng. Bldg.
Black and white balmaccan over-
coat. Finder please call Abbott,
phone 1166.
LOST-Rain coat in club2house on
Ferry field. Return to 203 5. Thayer
or call Hollenbeck, 775-J.

That you can purchase all editions
Schirmer and Wood Library
One Half Off
Theory and Practice of Tone Relations by Goetschens for $1.2o
Folk Songs and Part Songs by Dainrosch for.............$.6Q
Call and gel our prices on all Classical Music
FREE DELIVERY
GRINNELL BROTHERS
120.122 East Liberty Street Phone 1707

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For Professor, Teacher, Instructor
and Student-for Buify Men
in All Walks of Life.

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jLOST-Reversible

blanket, plain

brown
South
ber 10.

and plaid. On bleachers of
Ferry field, Saturday, Octo-
Finder please phone 1878-M.

FOR RENT-Private garage on
Thompson between Liberty and Wil-
liams. Concrete floor, electric light,
running water and underground cel-
lar for washing and cleaning. Phone
572-R. 12-14
Pianos to rent at Schaeberle & Sons
Music House. tf.

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Here is a remarkable chair-much more than a chair,
too, though it takes up about the same room as a big Turkish
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.

SHO1WiNG NOW IN THE MAIN STREET
FURNITURE HALL

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