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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGA.N DAIL_,Y.

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YOU'LL FEEL RIGHiT ALLO(VE t
when you try on the finished suit or
overcoat we have made to your. meal-
u~re. There will be rno places where
the garment is too tight or too loose.
In short, you will have absolutely per-
fect fitting apparel, right in cut, right
in style, right in every way.

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~~~~~~~,adTHE MICHIAN DAILY K~~Y~~~~t ti
ie, ~at Ilie tUneriy of t nl r{enlywehc eheard of
'l ichi zu. l7 l 'd e cV . 1y u, c eept
F~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~v Clryh 'gii OlL ist ar w as we_ ~os gediates of
th is i r:e ayesn h to dis-
- - 'iculi [1: 'le~ve, nirel bcatuse they
O CCes : AAn rbor Press Blcii c01'ajuh-
cr-ii ions:by icrror ,iai?,. .'ant tl btcedot11#asaliue
id1. t liiens ( zai-ys, ki iclns i i
S toic , The I )elt coyr. F Eckain el -t
Phones.. Iaiagi l
iou . le r.d............ 1jni an\ ager I

W A S
iverity ookstore
is at your service -w"ith a never-failing supply4
of Courteiry and a $'Square Deal." Also
Cords of New and Second-hand
TEXT OK S
l)raw~inag Instruixents and iEngineers' Supplies

(.,. H. WILD CO-)TV ANY

Leading Merchant Tailors.

State S4.

NEW AND SECOND-HAND
All Dapartments

______ A lpha i b'bth D (tywill hold
V. Rodgers s lvcsI(O... ° > I ]di 1
l ones \fM B"Iiacttl............,t <--i r . its; i52 I' tiieti i a 7 l Clock t
1>1'. AV r,it . . ...... ......... S ii' ~ltr 'roo1mlsiiiv r
Ldward Hlac.............Advertisinglia .:bl. lt~ i( iisu 5 il b
lKirk White.............Plalicationtai agrIrsat.
Z'. TP. _ltlseev ,.4 ircuilatlion i:ln gr '~ ujetk tegnrldbt
C' S. Sellers. ....................coont E
C. T'. 1 ihici gh . Assistant 1Busines Tlze-.wllbheoletatL adbe
Ton)li C. ieid1 Niz ht Editors C: !( dI S~pifti(pt1i Ar
Cci. n-otNx n. N. it vi~;rh t s ltt_ t7 w i listae-l
oseph J . lrothertoll I V~
Rteport ers Ij~u lt.(cljtSo oils.
T. (2.BI. I 'ari-cer lien :-r lian
irwno iis l ~ e otn Nwm~~eawo have not had a
TLeonard AW. Nieter 'A arra;mCraiv Gi3' ~to sI beorethe so-

Make OUR Store YOUR Store

Drawing Instruments

Supplies of all kinds

Sat
Street

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I. p'. Note Books

Main
Streot

1Scrap Books

Log Log Slide Rules, Michigan Stationery
"M" Book Racks, Supplies of all kinds at

STUDENTS' BOOKSiTOREI

Businesis Staff
A\lbert 3?. I I l.
S'R.I D 'tiA (,lnCan 4 _"2nU191co5
rT,1: I E \AIN NI ..ZtI 4 E.> N C r ... ......l
Four mtor i(lys only are to elapse

ciety wil be askedl to tatli; at thIis
lI~1i(J~VV-12-1-LTYGIVES

HCliverith3usc os
MRS. M. M. ROOT
Cor. Maynard and William Streets
MANDO0L INS
andBN GUITARS
____THE ARTIST INSTRUMENTS

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DETROIT UNITED TJANE S
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
Cars run on Eastern time, one hour faster
than local time.
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-8 : o a.
mn. and hourly to 7:10 p. In., 9:10 P. in.
Kalamazoo timited Cars-8 :48 a. in.- and
every two hours to 6 :48 p. in.; to Lansing,
$ -48 p. mn.
Local Cars, Eastbound-S :35 a. in., 6 :4o a. mn.,
7:05 a. in., and every two hours to 7 :05 P. in,,
8:05-p. im., 9:05 p. In., 10:45 P. fm. To Ypsi-
lanti only, 8;48 a. im. (daily except Sunday),
9:2o, a. mn., 12:05 p. mn., 6:o5 p. im., 1 i :t5 11.
in., I t 1$a.im., 1:30 a. in.
Local Cars, Westbound-6 :12 a. in., 7:50 a.
mn., .and every two hours to 7 :50 p. mn., 1o0:20
p. in., 12:20 a. in.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank I
Organized 1869
Capital ...........$ '300,000.00
Surplus .......... $ 150,000.00
Resources over . ... $3,000,000.00
Banking in all branches
Main Office, N. W. Corner Main
and Huron Sts.
Branch Office, 707 North Univ.
jersityyvenue.
TRY
CHAPMAN'S JEWELRY STORE
For Alarm Clocks and Michigan Pins
113 SO. MAIN STREET
COME IN AND TRY OUR

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Candies

Cigars

Pipes

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Our "Tailor-Made" Clothes Cost No More
Than the Average "Ready-Made"
CAN SLE, The Tailor
108 E. Washington St. Second Floor

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CHOP off a few
minutes and eat some of
Go, OKOE'S
W AI KING 1100
314 S. State St. Phdne 1244-NI
FIRST NATL. BANK OF ANN ARBOR, MICA.
Capital $ioo,ooo Surplus and Profit $$6,5,ooo
DI MECTORS:
WIRTi CORNWELI. WALDIO M. ABBO'rTi
GEO. W. PA1YrT',()N .; IrRRY M.IHAWLEY
SW. C LAxicSON RARISON SOrriE
FRED SC1114 ID 1). M .SUT~riON
1j. 1). EI~NNI
~EORGE BISOHOFF
FLOR IS'T
Choice Cut Flower. and Plants
220 Chftnin St. Beil Phone 809-M

belore the beginunin,' of Conc eitration1
week{ n the 'nion camapaig4n .:ailthe t
availab'le "clinchers" that could be n
thought of have been n'repar 3d and
sent out to the numerous alum ni
units. The heavy art illery or ,seti-
meut an d'dutty is being made ready
for its final, and we hope convincilng ,
broadside,. Yet all this work is being
done b)y others than those who will
receive the.greatest benefit.
There is not really much thlat we1
can do, but at a timne when every lit-n
tie bit of pressure is neoded ivwe shnould
not overlook a single opportunity.
We all know Michigan alumni in the
h o m e to w n . A p e r s o n a l le tt (r fr omus v - l p r a h t e e m i f o n a
new and uniexp~ected ang le. Se,,tional
chi;ubs which flourish in siiel ab'on d-
ance on the campus, now biaveer
chance to justify their ow41 eXist--
ence. Fraternities exercie a power-
fuil influence on their graduate broth-
ers.
'.The tiny,, is short, but NV ASIIINEG-
T ON cros-sed the Del enare and r-a tec.
the ' I ss ians in less than2 four days.
A PitO~ilOF TfI-I K IN EtTIAI3L
'Thie authorities of D1artmouth Col-
lege are now considering a matter of
policy. They must determine whether
to accep~t the offer of some far-seeing
benefac:tor and throw their 'doors
open to women, or to turn it down. A
decade ago they would probably have
never even considered such a pro-
posal. Today they may refuse it, burt
they w ill at least think, twice befpr-
mnaking a decision. Trplta:nifieatioins
oR' this new idea cane be traced into

llie z : -:al banquzet given to the
alumi and; stfudents lby lhe faculty of
the'1-loeiopathic Medical school will
be held at tha' Michigan Ulnion at 7:00
P rt -,v.i. iyo ill act as toast-
,ti ?ste t. Ai t'ss ill be delivered :
by P~ro'.I iet Roth, lhead of the
iors? ' dpatinet l1. Clem.ent Al-
i.!. 11' nt ofhe caluiTr associationl,
and1 i'.XV II tiindaedean of the
Women 's Organizationls
Those wito are1 trying out as writers"
of the Junior Girls' play must have
the first act alnd a syn apsis of the
rest, typewrit ten, in the hands of
'Margaret Reynoldi,, t '17, on or before
November 26. Ms Reynolds will be
glad to consult w.it hi anyone about the
play.
The followinlg women have been se-
lected for the Girls' Glee telub: Helen
Alujens,, '12IF,, Cy 0(uinon!, '18 ; Vera
Brownt, '18;: Lillian Carniegle, '17;
Myra Cobb; Zella Farrar, lit; '-Hilda
Plink, '18; Ada Fitch,, 18; Marion
Dalton, eng ; Mildred H ill, '18 ; Helen
Kruger, '17; Bernice Kruger, '17;
Harriet 'Med<es, '18; Elda McKee, '16;
Katherine '.aclride, '16; Josephine
Randall, '17; Isabelle Ronan, '16;
Grace Rysofi '18; hazel Stevens;
Mildred Vorae: Portia Walker, '18;
Dorothy Wallker, '16. Accompanist,
.Olga Schenk~man. 'The first meeting'
of the club will be held at 5:00 o'clock
;Tuesday aftern oon in Sarah C'aswehll
Angell hall.
Members of the Y. W. ('. A. will
-sell horne-m1ade candy and chrysan-
theniums at the Y. WV. tC. A. and the
Delta Saturday b eiore the MV. A. C.-
> , ichiba n game.

Also Instruction Books and Music

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1-2 lb. Boric Acid
Bring Coupons
TO THE
DRUG COMPANY
PRESCRIPTION STORE.

HAWAIIAN

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For the BEST in

I' On Statej
PARTICULAR LAUNDRY
For
Particular
People

SODAS
CANDIES
LUNCHES

A Large Stack
to Select from

'UKU ELELS

CITY LAUNDRY
THOS. RO WE, Prop.

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Detroit Street.

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We Welcome All

Especially, Our 1919 Frig uds

Chinese Combination~ Lunch

11:30 A. M '20C f
Ato 1 P.M.

5:30 P. M.
to 7 P. M.

I fi4V ln~Al di ,l a3d v®.

Michigan Inn
Chop Suey
611 E. Liberty St. OpP" the Arcadia

The Farmers& Mechanics Bank
South Main Street State Street Office
Corner Huron 330 S. State St.
A GOOD STRONG BANK WITH EVERY BANKING REED

TAILOR S TO ME&N
Announce the removal of their store to more
commodious quarters at
715-715 North Vrdversity AVe.
Directly PNorth of Law 1BI11cld

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'oanty ice-cream sodas served in gn ISti('(ESS OF~ MENTOR SYSTEM

We are~ show-
igthe new-
est models in

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GLONE S
for' Alien, best lknown makes at reason-=
able prices, on id ae by N. F'. Allen&
Co., Mau'istreet. wed-eod
The Little Shopf, 225 South Thayer,
next to Hill auditorium. Oct22

I)EPENDS) UPON CO-OPERATION
Prof. C. T. Johnston, of the' engi-
neering college, in an address to the
junior engineering assembly yester-
,day morning, urged the class to co-
operate in making the mentor system
of the college a success. He also
asked the juniors to bend their ef-
forts toward the promotion of the
general welfare of the class.
The juniors adopted a motion to
print directories containing the home
and Ann Arbor addresses of members,
at a cost of five cents to each student.

FALL FOOTWEAR for LADIES and GENTS
Special Agents Nettleton Shoes
W AUHR1'S SH 0 ~'REiS
MAIN STREET STATE STREET

This
"We'llJ
.255.

year, the same as last year,
be :there." Stark Taxicab Co.,
oct5tf

H-ig~h grade paints, both gloss and
:flat, at lowest prices. Phone 237.- C.
1f. Major & Co. oct20-21-22-23-24
Phone 57 and we will deliver a
pound of the finest roasted peanuts
for 10 cents. octl6-17--19-20-21-22
Buy our speciail Yace padlock for
yoiur locker. Switzer' Hardware Co.,
3101 South State.

It is getting kind of chilly, isn't it?
That's hy I thought some of you fel-
lows might be wanting to get a line
on some; good underwear for $1,
Davis, 109 North Main St. Oct22
When we roast peanuts; we use a
special process to give them the
flavor that our peanuts are noted for.
Dean & Co., Ltd., 214 South Main
street. octl6-17-19-20-21.-22
Call 2255 for a Stark Taxicab.
"We'll be there." oct5tf
Good assortments of china and
glassware found at 214 S. Main street.
octl6-17-19-20-21-22
Martin guitars, mandolins, ukeleles
and all musical instruments at Schae-
berle & Son's Music House, 110 South
Main street. octStf
CLOTHING
from the House of Kuppenhleintler ont
sale by N. F. Allen & Co.. -1a in

Prof. W. F. l-lenht, of the rainl-
eroiegy cd'-It arteitct, has recexnniy pub-
lished a acxha ,irltl(ive itPCPon, 'Tre
Origin of the 9-ulp hur lDeposits in
Sicily," in the rmaga zlue, "In Ecoronmic
Geology." The article is the result of
eight years' study of the question, and
actual inhvesV,tigtodrs on the Italian
island. P'rofessoUr Il Hnt has. set forth'
a new theory, and has summhled up
otheor literatu re on * the subject. iFa--
x'orableconinishave been received
frown numnerou-sch'iolars,
\l on of NXberrx- residenIce hall
wvelcomted their fri Inds and acquaint-
ances in their new hom tt an in-
formal tea, sered fronm 4:00 unt ii
6:00 o'clock yesterday 4afternoonr.
Page ~hiiw Clocolle(if Boston
~it Tce'sl~ru $toe, 17 So t Min.

F~STRAND,
UBY ;HAM
N? 505 BLK. N° 605 TAN
*SOLE A.GENTS
STATE STREET

ELEVATOR FOR INEW SCIENCE
BUlILDING NEARS CONPLETIJON
Work on installing the freight ele-
vator in the new science building is
being pushed to rapid completion un-
der the direction of C. E. Dungan, of
the_ Otis Elevator Co. It is thought
that the car will be ready for opera-
tion by the middle of next week.
This elevator has an electric door-'
lock. When the door of the car is
left open, an electric switch- throwvs
off the power and the elevator is au-
tomatically put out of commission.r
The elevator has- a lifting capacity of
1,250 pounds, and will be used for
carrying freight exclusively.
C. A. Liglititer to Give Second' Lecture
Clarence A. Lightner, of the De-
troit bar, who is delivering a series of
10 lectures on Medical Jurisprudence,
will give the second of the series at
4:00 o'clock this afternoon in room C
of the law building. This is the lec-
ture that was to have been given last
Friday, but was postpon'ed' on account
of Convocation.

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Dancing classes and privy
sons at the Packard Academy.

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