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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
Lindcnschmitt, Apfel & Co.

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Whatever you
cannot afford

pay for your clotbing you
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 vests, slipons.
Everything new and everything right.

Before Buying Your Fall Suit
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See W. 1. DIETERLE at hiis Ann Arbor Store,
516 L.Wliliams St., three doors below Maynard.
A'l foreign Woolens of the latest weaves and
designs. Come in and see for yourself.

VARSITY TAILOR

WM. E. DIETERLE

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DEAN'S
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Peanuts
A FULL
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214 S. Main St.

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HILL AUDITORIUM, Ann Arbor, Mich.

CHORALUNION CONCERTS
ALBERT A. SrANLEY. Director

Ot. 28-Johanna Gadski
Nov. 11 -Ferrucolo Bussoni
Dec. .-Philadelphia Orchestra
Feb. 1 7-Oinoinnatti Orchestra
Mar. 12-Leo Slezak
May 19-22-May Festival

Pre-festival Course Tickets(Re-
served) $3.06, $3.50, $3.75, $4.
Single Concerts $1, $1.26, $1.50
Mall orders filled in order of re-
ceipt from special sections after
Oct. 14.
Public sales begin Oct. 19.

-Woolsack, junior law honor society,
elected the following men yesterday
for the ensuing year: H. L. Bell, H. D.
Brown, J. A. Balckwood, Myron Mc-
Laren, A. J. Mickelson, W. C. Mullen-
dore, R. H. Neilson, J. R. Nicholson,
H. M. Reid, H. B. Sutterland, T. H.
Westlake; and the following faculty
men: Prof. T. A. Bogle, Prof. Evans
Holbrook, Prof. E. R. Sunderland, and
Prof. W. G. Stoner.
-1916 engineers, being unable to se-
cure a special car to Lansing on the
D. U. R., have charterer one on the
Michigan Central instead. The fare
will be $2.46, round trip, and tickets
should be purchased at once at the
M. C. station.. The train wil lleave at
7:45 o'clock.
--Oliver W. Hall was nominated for
the presidency of the senior.,engineers,
by a petition filed with the student
council yesterday. Fifty men signed
the petition, which is well above the
required 50 per cent.
-In response to request, G. R. Swain's
lecture, "God's Out of Doors," illus-
trated with 250 lantern slides, will be'
repeated at the Congregational church1
at 6:30 o'clock Sunday evening, Oc-
tober 18.
-Tickets for the freshman dinner at
the Union on Wednesday night at 6:00
o'clock, will go on sale today, and may
be had of the committeemen or at the
desk. Pres. Harry B. Hutchins will be
the principal speaker.
-Robert Brown, 116, of Pittsburg, and
Miss Reba Benaway, '16, of Port Hu-
ron, were married on June 19, and are'
now living in Pittsburg. Brown was a
member of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fra-
ternity, and Miss Benaway of the Mu
Phi Epsilon sorority.
--At 11:00 o'clock this morning, the
Zoological Journal club will meet in
room 305, of the zoological laboratory.
-At the Illini club smoker last even-
ing, election of officers was held with
the following result: president, Morris
Dunn, '17L; vice-president, P. W. Ze-
wekh, '16L; treasurer, W. D. Nance,
'16L; secretary, I. Becker, '15.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gregory an-
nounce the engagement of their daugh-
ter Helen, to John Alphonse Keane.
Miss Gregory, '16, is a member of the
Alpha Chi Omega sorority. Keane has
finished one year's work in the law de-
partment, but did not return to the
university this year. .
GARGOYLE, IN FIRST NUMBER
AlIS ITS WIT AT "II A'V'n1)
Replete with ingenious witticism, the
"On to Ha'v'd" number of the Gargoyle
will make its appearance Saturday
morning. Arrangements have been
made to have copies of the first num-
ber of the humor magazine sold on the
trains'that will carrk the students to
Lansing.
As the title suggests, the issue will
be concentrated against "Fair Har-
vard," and the editors promise an
abundance of clever comedy. The fea-
ture of the number is a burlesque,
"Gluntz of Ha'v'd," which is brimfull
of sarcasm, directed against the east-
ern university.
Pianos to rent. Good dependable in-
struments at lowest rates. Schaeberle
& Son's Music House, 110 So. Main
St. tf.

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.

HOPPE STUDIO
619 E. Liberty St.

New, Rebuilt and Second-hand, at
sistent with Quality.

pricesc

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My second-hand and rebuilt machines come
from the best rebuilt factories in the coun-
try, and are guaranteed to be as represented.
Get miy new prices and pointers on typewriter-s be-
fore buying. This costs you nothing, but nay save
you money

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0. D. MORRILL, Local Representative Underwood Typewriter Co.
322 South State Street (over Baltimore Lunch) Bell Phone 582 J .

MON. Oct. 12-The Cilded KIdd, with
Elsie McLeod
TUES. Oct. 13-Hearst-Selig Pictorial
News
WED. Oct. 14-The .Billionaire
THUR. Oct. 16-7th Story of Pauline
FRI. Oct. 1,6-Willie with W. Okman
SAT. Oct. 17-His Stolen Fortune, with
Francis X. Bushman
Mary Pickford In A Rich Revenge
Coming Next Week-Stronq Heart

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200-202 So. Main St.

of sane and healthy sport,
the Spalding trade - mark
needs no introduction.
For nearly two-score years
we have been catering to
s port-loving Anierica ,from
the si in p I e pastimes of
childhood to the highly
developed. g a in e of the
college foot ball elevens.
Forty-three stores, in the
largest cities of the world,,-
testify to the universal es-
teem in which Spalding
Quality is held.

Watch for solicitors.

5FOR YOUR DEN5
Beautiful College Pennants
YALE and HARVARD
Each 9 in. x 24 in.
PRINCETON, COR-
NELL, MICHIGAN
Each 7 in. x 21 in.
4--PENNANTS, Size 12x30--4
Any Leading Colleges of
Your Selection.
All of our best quality, in their
proper colors, with colored enii-
blems.
Either assortment, for limited
time, sent postpaid for 50 cents
and five stamps to cover shipping
costs.
Write us for prices before placing
orders for felt novelties of all kinds.

Headquarters for
TYPEWRiTERS

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Reule, Con un, Fiegel Co.

CALL AT SCHOOL OF MUSIC FOR SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary

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PREKETFES 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

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HALLER JEWELRY CO.
State St. Jewelers
Conklin Fountain Pens
Alarm Clocks 75o up
Michigan Jewelry Novelties
Fine Watch and Jewelry
Repairing
HAMILTON -WALTHAM-ELGIN
Watches

With the same artistic skill that
marked.. his appearance last season,
Earl V. Moore gave the first "Twilight"
Organ recital of the season yesterday
afternoon at Hill auditorium. Ev-
ery number on the program was beau-
tifully rendered, and received enthu-
siastic applause, but the last selection,
"Fiat Lux," by Dubois, was the piece
that brought out the full charm of the
player's ability. It was a beautiful
ending to a splendid program.
Edward McNamara.
That Edward McNamara, student in
the University School of Music last
year, has started out well on his career
as a singer, is shown in an article
which appeared in a late number of
the Rockford, Ill. Star. The Star's
comment is as follows:
"A pleasant surprise was given the
audience in the young baritone, Mr.
Edward McNamara, who is accompa-
nying Madame Schumann-Heink this
season, for no one recognized in the
assisting artist the young policeman
whose voice attracted the artist's at-
tention last year in Patterson, N. J.
"But this is the new voice that
Schumann-Heink discovered and who
was persuaded to give up his 'beat' for
vocal study. and the concert stage. Mr.
McNamara is hailed as the coming
Irish singer that will be in the field of'
the baritone singers what McCormick
is as a tenor, as interpreter of Irish
songs."
Postpione Election of Senior Officers
On account of the Convocation this
afternoon and the M. A. C. game to-
morrow, the senior lit election of offi-
cers will not be held until Tuesday,
October 20, from 2:00 to 5:00 o'clock,
in room 205 Tappan hall. Dues for
the first three years must be paid in
order to vote. The treasurer will be
present to receive back dues the day
of the election.

CATALOGUE ON REQUEST
A..G. SPALDING & BROS.
254 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, Micli.
YPSILANTI TO GIVE FIRST
GAME ON SOCCER SCHEDUL'E
3iicbigan's Tem Will Engage in at
Least Five Cames With
Other Schools
Michigan State Normal school, of
Ypsilanti, will furnish the first test
for the Michigan soccerites, when the
season opens on Ferry field, October
23.
An increased amount of interest has
been displayed recently, andl enough-
good players have come out for the
team, so that Intramural Director
Rowe announces that the schedule for
the season will in all probability in-
clude six dates. At present five are
certain,-two with Ypsilanti, two with.
Battle Creek Normal, and one with the
Interlaken school, at Rolling Prairie,
Ind. The sixth game, if it is arranged,
will bring a team from Canada to Ann
Arbor.
The soccer men practice on Ferry
field at 4:00 o'clock every Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday afternoons, and
those who have ever played the -am0
are urged to try out.,
-Iimes Will Gather at itUnion Tonight
Mimes will hold an important meet-
ing at the Union at 7:15 o'clock to-
night. Arrangements for taking part
on the programs of the Union month-
ly dinners this year will be discussed,.
and the invitation of the- Intercollegi-
ate Dramatic society to the Mimes, to
join its ranks, will be considered.
University Ave. Pharmacy. The store
that satisfies. tf
Hear Grace Cameron sing "Cause
I'm Pigeon Toed." tf
Grace Cameron coming to the Ma-
jestic is the biggest single act ever
booked on the "Butterfield Circuit." tf
LOST-Pair tortoise rimmed glasses
in black case. Return to Daily office.
Reward.

The Cem City Novelty Co.
4210 Bittner Street
Dayton, Ohio

DETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
Limited and Express Cars for Detroit-7:ro
a. in.and hourly to 46:1o p. m., also 8:io
p. mn.t
Local Cars for Detroit-5:40 a. m., 6:06 a. m.,
and every two hours to 6:o6 p. in., 7:o6 p.
1n., 8 :o6 p. mt., 9 :1o Tp. n1., and 10 :45 p. mn.
To Ypsilanti only, 1 15 p. IM, 12:15 p. in.,
12:30 p. li.,,1:00 a. mx.
Limited Cars for Jackson-7 :46 a. m. and
every two hours to 7:46 p. m.
Local Cars for Jackson- :12: a. n., 6:1 a. in.,
and every two hours to 6:51 p. in., also
9:20 . ., i : 5 p. m.
WANTED--Barber to work Saturdays.
Good pay. 207 E. fluron St. 15-16.
Grace Cameron is coming to the Ma-
jestic. tf
Join the classes at Granger's if you,
care to dance correctly. Class every
Wednesday night at 7:30. Private les-
sons by appointment. For particulars
call at 212 Maynard St. next to Majes-
tic or phone 246.
Dance every Wednesday and Satur-
day night from 9 to 12. 50c per couple.
Pianos to rent at Schaeberle & Sins
Music House. tf.
Grace Cameron is coming. Watch for.
the date at the Majestic.
SINGLE-For rent large single room,
one block from campus; 1118 South
University Ave. 16
FOR RENT-Store location. One or
two rooms across the hall from
Daines and Nichols, Studio. Enquire
at Danes and Nichols Studio, 314-6
S. State St. 16-17-18
LOST-Conklin fountain pen at Ferry
field Saturday, October 10. Finder
kindly return to 432 S. Division. 16
LOST-15 Jewel Elgin movement gold
watch Thursday, October 15,between
12:00 or 1:00 o'clock, either in new
engineering bldg. or along diagonal
walk. Please call up 1741-W. 16

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Trubey
( Ice Cream for parties, socials and
housetrade.
(L Mary Garden, Reputation and Low-
ney's Chocolates.

Phone 166 116 6. KaIn
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ALSO
CANDIES
Sophomore

College Tcackis Many Things
But the Best Is
the Lunches
AT 'POP BANCROFT'S" 722 Monroe

Junior
ALSO
CIGARS
Senior

DO YOU KNOW
That you can purchase all editions
Schirmer and Wood Library
One Half Off
Theory'and Practice of Tone Relations by Goetschens for $:20
Folly bongs and Part Songs by Damurosch for.'....$....46a
Call and gel our prices on all Classical Afusic
FREE DELIVERY
GRINNELL BROTHERS
120-122 East Liberty Street Phone 1707

WANTED-Orders for delivery of stu- LOST--Will person who took wrong
dent washings call 795-J. Ann Ar- raincoat from library, Wednesday,
bor Messenger and Parcel Service. return to Daily office and receive his
A. F. Brown, '17E. eodW in return. 15-17

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