THE MICHIGAN DAILY
We are ready to show you the
best Line of
Developed -and printed over
night. Try all the o t h e r
places, and then come here
a n d be satisfied. That is
what 1o t s of others have
We have a full line
of Patrick Duluth
Shown in the City
WADHAMS & COW
121-123 So. Ilain St.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank,
Capital Stock $300,000 Surplus $iuo,ooo
A General Banking Business Transacted
Chas. E. liscock, Pres., Michael J. Fritz,
Cash'r, 1V. D. Harrimian, Vice-Pres., Carl F.
Braun, Asst. Cash's, n VWaltz, Asst. Cash'r
Liberty and Main Sts.
A Most Convenient Place for Your
The Farmers & Mechanics Bank
101.103-105 South Main Street1
IT stands to
reason that we
can make you suits
cheaper but of the
same quality as
o t h e r tailors be-
cause we pay less
A. Marquardt is sit=
uated over the Farmer's
and Mechanic's Bank.
Surplus and Profits . ;
The Reliable Laundry
will surely please you if you are
particular about laundry linen
,odas called for aid delivered
Wed., Thur., Fri., Sat., Oct, 14-15-16-17
ANNETTE KELLERMANN, I
"The Perfect Woman" "The Diving Venus",
E DO TAILORING for both
ladies and gents. We also
carry a fine line of samples-im-
ported silk and broadcloth.
Prices right, best in town, and
We also have a DRESSMAKING
department, with lowest prices
and best work.
Mleaning and Pressing promptly done
J. J. SCHANTZ
340 So. State St. Second Floor
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capital - - $ 100,000
Surplus and Profits $65,000
MICHIGAN ASSURED SUPPORT
IN HER BATTLE WITH AGGIES
Every Extra Game Ticket Sent Downi
by Authorities at Lansing Was
Every one of the 250 extra game
tickets sent by the M. A. C. authori-
ties was sold at 3:00 o'clock yester-
day afternoon, the rain seemingly
having no power to dampen the ardor
of the would-be purchasers. With ev-
ery available interurban ticket sold,
500 Michigan Central tickets gone, and
over 150 taken for the Ann Arbor
special, Michigan is assured plenty of
support when she faces the Farmers
in today's battle.
The departure of the team yesterday
afternoon, gave football fever a fresh
impetus; and railroad tickets were
going like hot cakes at a late hour
The Ann Arbor special train is
scheduled to leave at 7:30 o'clock this
morning requiring about two hours
to make the run to Lansing. The
Michigan Central excursion leaves at
7:45 o'clock arriving at Lansing just
before 10:00 o'clock. Interurban spe-
cials will leave the down town depot
at 8:46 and 10:46 o'clock, while the
regular limiteds a 7:46 and 9:46
o'clock will be double headed.
ALUMNUS RECOMMENDED FOR
ASST. DISTRICT ATTORNEY
H. Dale Souter, '12L, of Grand Rap-
ids, has received the recommenda-
tion for the position of Assistant Unit-
ed States District Attorney for the
western district of Michigan. His
name was proposed to the department
of justice by District Attorney Walker
and received the approval of the attor-
Souter is only 27 years old, which
makes him one of the youngest assist-
ant district attorneys in the country.
While In school, he was manager of
the Varsity band and prominent in
Michiganensian Plans Are Formulated
Plans for the year were outlined by
Managing Editor W. B. Thom, '15, in
the first meeting of the editorial staff
and try-outs of the 1915 Michiganen-
sian Thursday afternoon. In addition
to the men, who will have charge of
the various departments of the book,
there will be appointed three assist-
ants to the managing editor. Many
bids for printing and engravig con-
tracts have been submitted, and are
Convocation Checks Class Athletics
Because of the Convocation, which
was held yesterday afternoon, there
was a lull in all forms of class athlet-
ics, and the meeting of class football
managers, which Intramural Director
Rowe had arranged, was called off.
Director Rowe wants to see all class
football managers as early as possible
on Monday morning.
Lounger Nights Win Commence Soon
Weekly Friday night loungers or
some substitute are to commence at
the Michigan Union soon after the
close of the football season. The
loungers may be interspersed with
bridge tournaments, and faculty nights
when members of the university teach-
ing force will be entertained.
Want Blumshield for '16E President
Fifteen per cent of the junior engi-
neering class signed a petition to make
Carl Blumshield, '16E, a candidate for
the presidency of their class.
Machines for Rent at low rates
A. H. COHEN, Resident Salesman
1314 So. University Avenue
JUNIOR WOIEN WILL ASSIST
MASQUES IN MANAGING PLAY
Vote to Rescind Action Relinquishing
Full Supervision of Class
Junior women voted to manage the
Junior play with the cooperation of
the Masques, executive body of the
Women's Dramatic association, at
Dean Myra B. Jordan's. reception yes-
terday afternoon. This means that the
action of junior women last spring,
giving the complete supervision of the
play to the Masques, is annulled.
Martha Grey, '16, and the executive
committee elected last spring, will
carry on the administrative work, co-
operating with the Masques.
Louise Markley, '15, and members of
last year's committee, will act in an
advisory capacity to the writers of
this year's play, at a meeting for all
junior women, to be held at 4:00
o'clock next Wednesday afternoon in
Barbour gymnasium. All junior wom-
en, and especially those interested in
the play are urged to be present.
Students Employed to Rake Leaves
If the weather permits, the univer-
sity Y. M. C. A. will have a number
of students prepared to rake leaves
and otherwise prepare Ann Arbor's
lawns for the rigors of winter, this
morning. AnyQne desiring student
help is asked to communicate with
the Y. M. C. A.
The employment bureau succeeded
in placing sixteen students in board-
ing jobs during the past week.
('HESS PLAYERS TO START
SEASON TONIGHT AT UNION
Chess and checker players will open
the season with a meeting at the Mich-
igan Union at 7:30 o'clock tonight.
Plans for the year will be outlined,
and the rules pertaining to the various
As the contests this year will not
be limited to men of championship
caliber, the meetings will be open to
all students and members of the fac-
THE KEMPF MUSIC STUDIO---312
S. Division. Phone 212-J. Piano,
voice, pipe organ, composition. Leave
orders for fine piano tuning. eod Tu
Learn to dance the One-step, Hes-
itation, Maxixe, Fox-Trot, Half and
Half, Lulu Fado, Castle Gavotte, etc.,
at the Packard, phone 1850-M.
MON. Oct. 12-The Glided Kidd, with
TUES. Oct. 1 3-Hearst-Selig Pictorial
WED. Oct. 14-The Billionaire
THUR. Oct. 16-7 th 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
On Easy Terms
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 comes 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 an introduction.
Nancy Gay knows him and likes him. "The Story of Nancy Gay"
recites her experiences. Call at our office fora copy. It is FREE.
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FOR RENT-Store location. One or
two rooms across the hall from
Daines and Nichols Studio. Enquire
at Danes and Nichols Studio, 334-6
S. State St. 16-17-18
LOST-Pair tortoise rimmed glasses
in black case. Return to Daily office.
FOR SALE-Finest lot 'in Ann Arbor
for Fraternity or Sorority. Near
corner of S. University and Washte-
naw. Almost 120 feet square. Call
1064-J or 614 S. Thayer. tf
LOST-October 5th. pocket book con-,
taining twenty dollars. Return to
602 East Washington. Reward.
WANTED-Messenger calls 795-J Ann
Arbor Parcel and Messenger Ser-
vice. Auto and Bicycle Delivery. A.
F. Brown, '17E. eodTu
POSITION WANTED-A steward-chef.
Eight years experience. Student at
University. Will make very reason-
able terms. Phone 823 or 312.
LOST-Will person who took wrong
raincoat from library, Wednesday,
return to Daily office and receive his
in return. 15-17
-Word has been received that Josiah
K. Lilly, Jr., phar. '14, was married
Thursday, October 15, to Miss Ruth
Brinkmeyer, of Indianapolis, Ind.
-According to the decision rendered
at the Jeffersonian society meeting
last night, a law student should elect
as many short courses as possible.
W. E. Morris, '16L, who represented
Michigan at the Interstate Peace Con-
tests last year, gave an address on the
"Causes of War."
-Featuring last night's meeting of
Webster society was a debate on the
subject: "Resolved that the state gov-
ernments should provide methods by
which judicial officers can be recalled
by the voters or their representae
tives," which was won by the negativeE
-Shirley W. Smith, secretary of the
university, was confined to his home
yesterday on account of illness.
-Announcement of the engagement
of Roy Pryer and Miss Lucile Strong,
'15, was made Monday evening. Mr.
Pryer is an assistant to Dean V. C.
Vaughan, of the medical department.
-Prof. John IL. Effinger, dean of the
literary department, was unable to
meet his classes yesterday on account
-Oliver E. Enselman, '15, has been
appointed to take charge of the work
for the junior boys at the city Y. M.
--Dr. Charles Ultes, '75M, was in the
city yesterday visiting friends.
--Two members of the Varsity foot-
ball, squad in 1913 are coaching the
Saginaw high school teams. H. Litch-
ner, '14E, is coaching for Eastern
High school, and Emil Tessin, '14L, is
handling the team at Arthur Hill high.
-Rabbi Elkan C. Voorsanger, of Grand
Rapids, will occupy the pulpit of the
Jewish Students' congregation on Sun-
day night, October 18, at McMillan
hall. Services will begin promptly
at 6:45 o'clock. A short business
meeting will follow the services.
First Sitoker of Keystone State Club
The first smoker of the Keystone
state club was held at the Michigan
Union last evening. Prof. A. E. White,
P. H. Cunningham, '15:L, and W. E.
Morris, '16L, gave talks.
Plans for the coring year were tak-
en up and discussed. A dinner has
beeq planned for some time in No-
vember. A. L. Brunner, '15, was elect-
ed to fill the vacancy occasioned by
the recent marriage of obert Brown,
'16. There was a good turn out, and
the smoker Was a success in every
PASTEBOAR)S TO UNION IANCE
WERE HALF SOLD LAST NIGHT
Tickets for the membership dance
to be held at 9:00 o'clock tonight at
the Michigan Union, were more than
half sold late last night
Prof. John R. Brumm an(T Mrs.
Brumm, and Dr. H-. H. Cummings and
Mrs. Cummings are to act as chaper-
ones, and the committee consists of
Richard L. Thorsch, '16, John C. Park-
er, '17, and Verne E. Burnett, '17.
1Professor Whiticy to i)edicate School
Professor A. S. Whitney, of the de-
partment of education, will deliver the
principal address at- the dedication of
the new Highland Park high school ix
Detroit this afternoon.
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LOST-An athletic book. Finder please
return to L. J. Gurevich, 315 Thomp-
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