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THE 'MICHIGAN DAILY.

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RIG~HT ALL OVER

en you try on the finished suit or
ercoat we have made to your meas-
e.There will be no places where
e garment is too tight or too loose.
short, you will have absolutely per-
et fitting apparel, right in cut, right
style, right in every way.

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THiE ICHIGAN DAILY
Official newvspaper at the University of
Michigan. Publishedl ever y morning except
MNondlay during the university year.

G. IL. WILD COMPANY

Merchant 'tailors.

State St.

NEW AND SECOND-HAND
T E X T All DepartmentsI

Drawing instruments

Supplies of all kinds

I. P. Note Books

M' Scrap Books

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

SEEHA '
STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE

E'ntered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
second-class matter.
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scriptions: by carrier or mail, $2.5o. Want
ad. stations:' Quarry's, Students' Supply
Store, The Delta, cor. Packard and State.
Phones: Business, 96o; Editorial, 2414.
Francis F. McKinney...Managing Editor
John~ S. Leonard..........Business M danager
E. Rodg .ers Sylvester.Xssignine,:t Fditor
James, Al, M1 rrett...........e leg-aph Editer
14. 11. Wright,................. Sports E'ditor
Edward Mack..........-Advertising Manager
Kirk White ............Publication -Manager
V. R. Althseler... (' i reulation Manager
C. V. Sellers....... .............\1countant
C. 'T. Fishleigh -..Assistant Business Mranager
TornC. eidNight 'Editors
Tom C ReidC. N. Church
Verne Burnett Edwin A. 1Hyman
Joseph J. Brotherton
J. C. B. Parker Reotes le:;ic ill
Irwin Johnson Lee ft(4y
Leonhard W. Nieter Mlartha (irav
Waldo fR. IBunt-
Business Staff
Albert 7;. llorne
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1915.
Night Editors
Leonard W. Nieter C. N. Church
THE BREED TH4AT WINS
Last night saw the first step In
Michigan's "come-back,," The move-
menit has started auspiciously, It is
not' the first time that such a thing
has been done. In 1909, after a de-
feat by Notre .Damep, Michigan came
back and defeated the two remaining
teams on her schedule. In 1913 M.L A.
Cl. left the gridiron, for the first time,
with the winners' score of a Michigan
game. But following that defeat Mich-
igan, in rapid succession, defeated
Vanderbilt, Syrg.cuse, Cornell and
Pennsylvania. What has been, done
once can be done again, for the breed
of Michigan teams has not changed.
YOST still has the safe craft that
put his namve on the football roll of
honor. He has taught his inen that
c.raft..'-(hg only thing needed now is
the p wi3t gf EDDIE SI LDS.
STATE PHARMACY BOARD PLANS
'' IHOLD) EXA)TIN'I'IONS SOON

DETROIT UNITED LINES
tween Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
rs run on Eastern time, one hour faster
Slocal time.
etroit Limited and Express Cars-S :'o a.
nd hourly to 7:10 P. in., 9:10 p. m:
alamazoo~ Limited Cars-S8:48 a. mn. and
y two hours to 6:48 p. n,; to Lansing,
p. M.,
>cal Cars, Eastbound-5 :35 a. m~l. 6:40 a.,nM,
a. in., and every two hours to 7 *05 p.,iM,,
p. mn., 9:05 p« in., 10:.45 p. mn. .o Ypsi-
Sonly, 8:48 a. mn. (daily except Sunday),
a. mn., 12:05: P. im..6:05 p. tn.. 11 :15 P.
cal Cars, Westbound-6:12 a. Mn., 7:50 a.
and. every two hbours to 7 :50 p. in., 10:20
., 12:2o a. .

HUSTON BROS#
BILLARDS
AND
BOWLING

DR1. C. C. NFLOCHE TO ADDRESS
AMERICAN ClIF-HICAL SOCIETY
Dr. C. C. Meloche will read a paper
on "The Derivatives of Perceric Ox-
ide" before the regular monthly meet-
ing of the Michigan branch of the
American Chemical society, which
will be held in room 151 of the chem-
istry building at 4:15 o'clock this aft-
ernoon.
Dr. Meloche received his Ph.D. from
the University' of Wisconsin in 1914.
Last year he was instructor in chem-
istry at Penn State, and was recently
appointed instructor in analytic chemn-
istry and qualitative analysis in the
department of chemistry, succeeding
I D~r. J. S. Laird, who has been trans-
ferred to the department of chemical
engineering.
iIAI{OI) pTITUS, /'11, AUTHOR OF
FOOT BALL STORE' IN WEEI(LY
Harold Titus, '11, has a story of
Michigan football in the current num-
ber~ of. the A Il-Story Weekly. Phil
]3artelme, Coach Yost and other
characters are brought in and the at-
mosphere of the whole story is re-
dolent of Michigan. Campus scenes,
trips to Detroit and a Ferry field
crowd are portrayed, and the 60-yard
march of the hero down the field is
pleasantly reminiscent of "Maully's"
performnance at Harvard last fall.
H. (IAULT LEAVES FOR CHlICAG~O
fjI(O ASSISTIN UION CAXPAIGN
harry G. Gault, '15-'17L, president
of the union, left last night for Chi-
cago to assist in concentration week
camnpaign to be conducted in that city.
Francis T, Mack, '16, engineering
vice-president, 'has been appointed
acting president during Gault's ab-
sene, Gault will probably return
Friday morning,
HIONORARY 4 UNJ OR LAW SOCIETY
Woolsack, honcrary junior law so-
ciety, has elected the following men
to membership: D. F. Smith, W. L.
Owen, S. 13, Franlel, N. B3, Kelly, H.
J. Counine, 1R.. E. Gleason, G. C. Glas-
sen, H. F. IDorn, C. K. Barnard, Harmp-
ton Wall, and B. G. Cameron.
Elections to VOOlsack are made on
a basis of scholarship.
The initiation banquet will be given
at the Union on Wednesday, Novem-
ber ~.
J. H. Nichols, 118, Reported Iiee vering
John H. Nichols, '184, who was in-
jured in the flag ru~sh on October 16,
is in the university hospital recover--
ing from a badly injured leg which
le received at that time. It is expect-
ed that he will be discharged from'
the hospital within several days.

State
Street

WAHIR'S

Main
Street

WATID O M'sS not so much in
know in a lot of things, a-,L[
13 being shore of what, you dm know.7
SKnow VELVET Y, ane' you' . be sr~
on your tobacco wisdom.
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trriversit K'S
F - Bookstore
is at your service with a never-failing supply
of Courtesy and a "Square Deal." Also
Cords of New and Second-hand
TEXT IBOON 3KS
Drawing Instruments and Iengineers' Supplies.

Make OUR Store YOUR Stare

Candies

Cigars

ripes

The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Organized 1869
Capial ..... ..$ 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-
ersity Avenue.

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ICOUSINS &, HALL

NINNOMMM
LANDERS
OR
LOWERS

Order your Yellow
((mums' now fo r
the Game.

jFLORISTS

Headquarters for all kindfs
of cut flowers and
plants
Phone 115

MRS. FLANDERS Flower Shop
Phone 1845-MV~ 213 EAST LIBERTY STREET

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A Complete Idrms.e of

5 m~Snk

el' Liberty and Main
ICoke Lumber
Planing Mill Specialties
Interior Finishing

JNO. J.
to UN8

S AUER
310 W. Liberty

' Jichigan Boarcd of Pharmacy will,
meet to examine candidates for reg-
istration in The Evening Press hall,
Grand rapids, .on Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday, Novernb ,,r 16, 17 and 18.
App~lcations must b<>e id t least
one weep 'beforethe- day of examina-
tion, and affdavits )-ust be furnished
showing that canididates have had the
lractical experience requiz-od.
The fee for registration as a phar-
macist is $5.00, tnd as :a druggist,
$3.00. The fees for re.-ex~mination
are $3.00 anti $2..00. Application and
affidavit blanks may be obtained by
writing to the seecretary, dharies S.
Kohn, Muisl~eg JA
The oext examn2uotion will be given
at the #Hiot(l Tubler, Detroit, con Janu-
1L. A. C. Usbers to Report for Pay
All ushers at the MA A. C. game will
report as i~on as possible to the Ath-
letic! *4sociagAlY office for their
money. iPbefirst to -report will be
given the preference at the Syracuse
game. 'Bring coupon booig An4 stubs.

r Clo6thes
for which you need
never apologize.
You'll find my styles
truly Metropolitan.

D rug Sundries, Kodei*,ks
Cand es, Perfu rues

215 South Mey..zi St. Azhr Arbor. Mich.

Women's Organizations.
The judiciary Colncil will meet at
Poster's for lnchegn today at 12:00
o 'clock.
Mortar Beard will hold an import-
ant mneetting tonight at 7;30 o'clock
at the Gamma Phi Beta house.
Theye will bo a meeting of the Girls'
Glee club frpm i4,,0 to 6:00 o'clock
this afternoon in ,rah Caswell
Angell tali.

When Gas Service gets Into your home It
brings Good Cheer, Good Food,
andContentuient
4
Gas Service is as nearly perfect as human ingenuity
and willingness can make it,
All that Gas Service asks is the chance to serve.
It brings you light, fuel and warmth at any hour of
the day or night in .'ungrudging measure" and sees to
it that you receive themi when you want them.
Gas Service doesn't sleep, but it lets ycu sleep with an
easy mind,
Was tenaw..Gas Co.

$28 0° Up.

Do E. GRENNAN
606 LIBERTY STREET, EAST

SCHOOL SU PPLIES

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Loose Leaf Note Books, paper to fit, 50c per lb.
Fountain Pens sold and repaired.

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340 S. State lit.

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SAM BURCHFIBLD& CO.
The FIRST and BEST Tailoring
Establishment in Ann Arbor
ANNOUNCE
We have an exceptionally fine and varied
line of Woolci'z to show you this Fall.

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GRADUATES SECURE POSITIONS
THROUGH APPOINTMENT B3URE-AU
The following graduates have se-
cured teaching positions recently
through the appointment committee:
Sarah E. hopper, '15, English, Baraga,.
Mich.; Elizabeth Mason, '15, substi-
tute, Detroit high schools; John Wat-
kins, '14, English, Adrian,. Mich.;
Marie Boos, '15, mathematics and
IEnglish, Eaton Rapids; Julia Halleck,
A. M., '14, commercial branches, Ke-
nosha, .Wis.; Sadie Robinson, '15,
German, Detroit Eastern high school;
Mildred Connelly, '10, English, Der
troit Northwestern high school; Ellen
Nord, '15, English and mathematics,
Mason, Mich.
Positions secured 'without the as.-
sistance of the committee are: ta
Miller, '15, mathematics, Stonington,
Mich.; Evangeline Anschutz, '14, Sag-
inaw, Normal school; Alice Duncan,
'11, botany, Buena Vista, p~olo.;
Ernest Stirwalt, '15, mathiematics and
agricultu~re, J~evl4 l
All students wi ;h ng to3 secure ap.
pointments for next yrear are request-
ed to attend the enrollment meeting;
which will be held- at 4:00 o'clock
tonday, November 8, at which time
registration records wvill be made.
Opeu )fireless Station to Visitors
D. A. 'Nichols, '18E, has been ap-
pointed operator of the university
wireless station. He will be on duty
from 7:00. to 10:00 o'clock Tuesday
and Friday evenings. The station is
open to visitors at these hours.

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Buy your Mazda lamps at Switzer's,1
10 South. State. oct23tf

Lunches delivered.
Call 11.?

In the future ali cars stop at Good-
ear Drug Store. oct5tf
Martin guitars, mandolins, ukeleles
nd all musical instruments at Schae-,
erle & Son's Music House, 110 South
:ai street. oct8tf

"In hury." Call Stark, 2255.
S Typewriter for Rent or Sale
Stdets investigate this unsual
poosition. Try a fully guaranteed.
Royal rebuilt, famous Model 1 visible'
for a week. Then if you like its beau-
tiful work and easy action, rent it as
long as you wish at $3.00 a month.
After 12 months' rental you own the
typewriter. Save money by promptly
calling A. H. Cohen, resident sales-
man, 711 W. Washington street. Phone
1099. octl6eod

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