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THE MICHIGAI4 DAILY.

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When you're out 109kiig f r your Winter
Oiercoat, just pay this store a visit. We don't
ask you to favor us, but we do inAi it tat you'll
regret slightiuig is.
There Islnt a finer, smarer or complete
showing of Overcoats than Ours nl Town and
we'll show you prices that yo can't beat any.
where.

WHITMAN'S CANDY IN
A NE3W PACKAGE TIED
WITH U. OF M. COLORS

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,LKINS' PHARMACY
Mooffammoulwom
324 S. State Street

Wadhams & Co'S Corner
MAIN STREET

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Be'
Attractively
ressed
and gain the admiration of all
by having your next suit
Individually
Custom Tailored
by
ARTHUR F, MARQUARDT
Campus Tailor
516 East William St. Phone 1422-i

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C0,LLAR
FRONT ilTS CRAVAT KNOT
PERIFECTLY. 2 for 2c
CLUETT. PEABODY & CO.. INC.. MARKRs

"AERIGA MUST SERVE --
REVEREND__M, S, RICE
Prominent Detroit Pastor Inspires Y.
M. C. A. Education Committee
to Carry on Work
"America must serve. Opportunity
unprecedented in history is hers. The
next generation in America has an
unrivalled chance to spend itself un-
selfishly in the service of humanity."
This vision, pictured in the words
of Rev. M. S. Rice, served to "explain"
to the 50 men assembled Thursday
night at the "Explanation Night"
meeting of the "Y" religious education
committee at Newberry hall.
"And therefore I say, gentlemen,"
the speaker declared, "that the col-
leges must furnish trained, vigorous,
virile, stable Christian men, men who
will not hear the calls to serve them-
selves which will resound so loudly
after this war. We must have men
who: will have the unselfish ideal and
those who are capable of putting it
into practice. And let me say further,
that a movement like this Bible study
movement, in a great strategic center
such as this university is, is of incal-
culable value to the nation."
UNIVERSITY GIVEN PORTRAIT
OF FORMER DEAN AND REGENT
Dr. Benjamin P. Brodie, of Detroit,
has presented to the university a por-
trait of Dr. Zina Pitcher, at one time
dean of the Medical school, and pro-
fessor of medicine and obstetrics from
1851 to 1872.

Ann Arbor Happenings
Because her husband failed to sup-
port her and treated her with extreme
cruelty, Florence Tooke was granted
a divorce from Walter Tooke by
Judge Kinne yesterday morning in
the circuit court.
Mrs. Tooke told the judge that the
only articles of clothing which her
husband had provided since their
marriage in 1913, consisted of a skirt
and a pair of house slippers, and that
on one occasion he had thrown three
beer bottles at her when she had her
twin babies in her arms.
LOCAL I)ELEGATION INVITES
GRANGE )TO ASSEMBLE HERE
A delegation of business men and
members of the Civic association left
yesterday morning for Jackson to
meet with the executive committee of
the State Grange association, and to
invite that body to hold their annual
convention in this city on December
14-17.
The convention was to have been
held at Muskegon, but the committee
in charge there notified the executive
committee that it would be impossible
to hold it in that city. If the plans
of the local delegation materialize the
plans for the accommodating of the
members of the association, number-
ing nearly 1,000 will go forward with-
out delay.
Dancing classes and private lessons
at the Packard academy. oct26tf

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IWhen oewn Town try our

Lunches, Candies, Sodas

NOTHING BUT THE BEST

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ENJOY THE BEST MUSIC
A world of inexpensive Pleasure opens to you when you have this toneful
player.-piano inl Your houtse.
The ternq "ar" S"c"that"we cansui you, So on your net trip down town
come in to the
MUSIC SHOP, ALLMENDINGER'S. 120 E.Liberty

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knocks loudest -and longest at r
the well dressed man. . She's
much more likely to be attract-
ed to your door if you wear

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Mack's Tea Room

For Service and Fine Cooking

The perfect style and tailoring of these gar-
ments commend the respect of everyone--they
will aid you to make a good impression every-
where. Finer Suits and Overcoats are not to
be had than the beautiful FIT ,OM CLoTHas
we are sho wing at prices ranging from $15 up.

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AVE I5 CENTS ha'i' e"' btes s a ensd i 'td of buy lug
new ones. We ~al'di t i es otd blades as
goodas new. sa1b dy i iar tc, i i d sealed in
separate waxed ;.raji;ta & o i g m /
Prices: Single Edge, Pric.: Double ,
25c per dozen. 3$e pevdoien/
/ QU ARRYT DRUG CO.
Cor. State and N. University

Band=Cer=Tainrnent Men
'ake Find In EO,Snethen

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Frank Brothers

FIFTH AVENUE
BOOT SHOP
NEW YORK

WITH
BOND STREET CO., Ltd.
300 So. State St.

FALL LINE NOW READJ
Cosmopolites Canvass for Members
The canvass for members of thet
Cosmopolitan club has been progress-
ing since Thursday, and a number of
new students have declared their in-
tention to become members.
An effort is being made to enlarge
the club, and with this end in view the
dues have been reduced; The club
will hold a reception at 3:00 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon in Harris hall and
a special musical program has been
arranged for the occasion..
Prof. Waterman Speaks to Menorah s
Prof. Leroy Waterman, of the Se-
mitics department, will address the
Menorah society at 8:00 o'clock to-
morrow night in Newberry hal, on
the subject, "The Religious Problems
of Today in the'Light of Early Jew-
s4 Literature: and History." A gen-
eral discussion to which all Menorah
members are invited, will be held af-
ter the address.
25 cents-any part of the city. Stark
Taxicab Co., 2255. oct28tf

STANDARD OIL CO. MEN SPEAK
Point Out Present Opportunities ini
Oriental Trade
Two representatives of the Standard
Oil company spoke last night in the
economics building to senior students.
The men pointed out the trade possi-
bilities that this country has in the
far east and told of the business op-
portunities offered there.
The pioneer work in the field of
Oriental trade has been done by the
Standard Oil company, which has suc-
cessfully demonstrated that the Amer-
ican manufacturer, if he (n make his
prices right, has an equal chance with
other countries to sell his products to
China, Japan and the Philippines. The
Singer Sewing Machine company and
the American Tobacco company have
set an example in the East that other
American concerns have followed. The
latter corporation, especially, has
more than other agency made the
word "American" known in the East.
To assist in this trade expansion the
India House, a central bureau, as it
were, for the exchange and handling
of information relative to the' Orient
and other eastern countries, has re-
cently been established in New York.
The department of commerce, too, has
active agents seeking to obtain similar
information, and it appears almost
certain this country's manufactures
will soon be selling in Eastern mar-
kets.
Fresh Dents to Give Class Smoker
Arrangements for the "get acquaint-
ed" smoker to be held by fresh dents
Monday evening at the Union were
completed at the meeting held yester-
day afternoon. Among the speakers
for the smoker will be Dr. E. L. Whit-
man and Dr. R. B. Howell, of the de-
partment.

Edward O. Snethen, '18L,
has recently been discovered "
by the program committee of
the Band-Cer-Tainment that
is to be given Wednesday
night in Hill auditorium,
which means that another
real find has been made on
the campus in the line of en-
tertainers.
Snethen comes to the uni-
ver;ity a professional reader
and impersonator, having
spent several years on the
platforms of various Chau-
tauqua circuits. Wherever he
has appeared he has met with
remarkable success, and only
his strong desire to study the
law has broken off his profes-
sional career.
Humorous impersonations
will take up the main por-
tion of the fifteen minutes
that he is to appear on the
Hill auditorium stage, but he
will not confine himself en-
tirely to selections of the
lighter nature. With the range
of feeling and character por-
trayal that he is credited with, he
should be oapable of easily changing
from the humorous to the pathetic
or tragic.
As a reader of James Whitcomb
Riley's poems, Snethen is said to be
excelled by none, and his program
will in all probability contain some
selections from the well-known Hoo-
sier author. He is reputed to be
capable of making an especial appeal
in his rendition of the Indiana poet's
child poems.
The following articles regarding

EX-PRESIIENT TAFT IFAVtlS
SIX-Y E AR PRESI 5E N TI AL TE
New York, Oct. 29.-Ex-'resident
W. 11. Taft suggested several govern-
mental reforms in a lecture on "The
Presidency," at Columbia university..
He believes that the presidential termt
should be extended to six or seven
years, and that a one-term policy
should be adopted.
A state and national udget a'd a
plan of presidential veto by which
parts of a bill could be killed, while
other sections were allowed to stand
were other reforms suggested by Mr.
Taft.
Ten cents rents a good Eastman
Kodak, any size you want. Lyndon's,
719 N. University. octlOsat-sunt

As . 4ousinea Iiproving Slowl
A 'delard . Cousineau, '19E, wh
underwent an operation for acute
gangrenous appendicitis at the Homeo
pathic hospital last Sunday night, is
reported as slightly improved, al
though he is still in a serious condi
tion.
insA to W01d Miss H.. E. Iillike:
h wedding of Loren T. Robinson
', of Detroit, and Helen Elizabeth
iiliker, '13, cf Ann Arbor, will take
place this evening at the Unitarian
church. Mrs.i' _G. Huntington, '11
will be the matron of' honor, and Har
old Lasley, '16, will be best man. Im
mIediately following the ceremon:
there will be a reception in the par
lors of the church.
Shoes repaired' while you wait. 0
G. Andres, 222 S. State. oct4-eod-tues

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Quarry's and
The Delta

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Students'
Supply Stare

Snethen have been clipped from va-
rious papers:
"Mr. Snethen gives a program that
is filled with the choicest bits culled
from the wealth of literature of the
whole world. His humorous selec-
tions are among his very best things.
Every number is a fine one and each
has been selected because of its uni-
versal appeal to the hearts of all."-
Ambridge Press (Pa.).
"Mr. Snethen is one of the most
entertaining readers who has ever
appeared here."-Hartford City Daily
News.

LOSS'

LOST

LOST-Black leather bilfolder con-
taining personal cards and check;
bearing mnogram B, T. P. Reward
for its. return. Call Boyd' ark.
Phone 63. Address 702 South Uni-
versity. oct9-30
LOST - Between high school and
Jones school, on Division street, a
pink cameo brooch. Reward,

LOST-Sphinx pin. Finder please
phone 1768-J. Oct30

FOR RENT

FOR RENT-Two desirable suite
modern furnishings. 433 Mayna:
St. Phone 815-J. oct29-30-

MISCELLANEOUS

THU KV LELE
The tone resembles that of a harp. It is superior to
any other stringed instrument for voice accompaniment.
ALL GLEE CLUBS WELCOME THE UKULELE
Instruction Book Free. With Instrument and Case.
Sole Agents for the M. Nunes & Sons Genuine.
GRINNELL BROS.

Phone 988-W. oct29-30
Students, attention! Those stu-
LOST-Small wicker satchel contain- dents who will want work next sum-
merduring vacation will find it to
ing clean laundrY. Phon 79o
their advantage to see F. E. Ritien-
return to 327 . Huron ad recci'e hein at 721 North University Ave., in
reward. oct29-30-31 Dr. Ritt's office. oct26to3(
LOST-A Conklin fountain pen, in BOXING AND WRESTLING-For
chemistry building, in the library; or terms, hours, etc., see instructor i
on the walks between. Kenaga, wrestling room. 0. S. Westerman.
phone 1619-M. Oct30 Oct27-28-29-30-31

116 S. Main St.

Phone 1707

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