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THE MICHIGAN DlAILY

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OIT PASS ALONGI

the highway_ you can tell at a glance
the custom tailor dressed man from
the other fellows. And if he be par-
ticularly well clothed the chances are
we are his tailor. Our niew fabrics
and style models are ready for your
inspection. We inito At visit which
we know will be followed(t by an order.
G. H ILD )C OM1iPANY
Leading Ierchiant °i allors State St.

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NEW AND SIECOND-HAND
All DepartmentsI

Drawing Instruments

Supplies of all kMuds

I. P. Note Books

MScrap Books

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

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STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE

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DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
Cars run on FEastern time, one hour faster
than local time.
Detroit Limited and Express Cars--8:io a.
mn. and hourly to ,7 : io p. In., g : so p.4 m.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-8 :48 a. ii. and
every two hours to 6:48 p. In.; to L.ansing,
9:48 P. an.
Local Cars, Eastbound-5 :35 a. in., 6:40 a. in.,
7:o5 a. in., and every two hours to 7:05 p. n.,
8:05 P. In., g9:05 p., n:, 10 :45 p. in. TO Ypsi-
lanti only, 8:.48 a. mo. (daily except Sunday),
y :zo a. in., 12:05 p. mn., 6:05 p. rn., z z :15 p.
m., i1:15 a. m., 1 :3o a. in.
Local Cars, Westbound-6:12 a.,tm., 7:5o a.
in., and every two 'hours to 7:50 j).n., 10 :20
P. am, 12:20 a. m.
TheAnM Arbor Savings Bank
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-
ersity Avenue.
TRY
CHAPMAHIS JEWELR. STORE
For Alarm Clocks and Mi chigan Pins
113 SO. MAIN STREET
COME P41 AND TRYOUR
Chinese ComtnlloflLunch

HUSTON BROS.
AND

THlE MICHIGAN DAILY
)fficial 'ev'.spaper at the Univerity of
M ichgan. Y~i'ise; eve y morning except
1 ondlaN' dutr g rbc uiversity year.
Eniileied at Ii ,^ot f ~ at Ann Arbor as
ccol-lass >:tk,
) ilcs :Ara Arbor Press Biding. Sub-
! )v ns: Q ar.r orsnai, u2.0. W a
stations : ltrr's, student' Supply
afore, The J ilta, cor. Packard and Stte.
Phones: Business, 960o ; Editorial, :44.
Frncis FM1f,:7 i~~y..Managing Editor
joh Sb . [,enatrd.........Busines Manager
lY. Rodgers Sy. vsier.ssizrincnt I'ditor
P_ '.Nrighit..... ............ Sports Vditor
I 110 0('.hack .........Advertising Manager
le~cWhite ............ Publication Marager
)' .Althsclar .., Circulation M'anager
C. V yellers.. .............ccountant
C..J I sheigli. Assistant Business Manager
Nigt Editors
o C- luid C. N Church
Vne Burnet Edwin A. Hyan
Joseph J. TProthertoi
1'. C. . lParker eprtrs eley I~ll
Leonard V.N tielMarha ray
Irwin johnsoi Lee Joslyn
W.:'lo L2.. unt
Business Staff
Albert E. Hone
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1915 Ngt dtr
J. C. B. Parker 1-lenley Hill
BULL D)OG SMTH
A ft mble;, a spectacular run lby Ben-
tou,aud Mici igaahune up seven points
as her tally in the Syracuse game.
The play' was a fluke, there is no
doubt about that, but it put a rosy
tint ol what otherwise would have
been a mighty lblack outloo. So
ended the first lap of Mlicigan's race
to come back.
W e have pulled hard to biang up the
Syracusians' scalp on our trophy rack,
but because we have failed is no
cause for disco uragemuen t. The team
hasn't quit. They fought harder f-
ter Syracuse had scored thal before.
It is now a question of improving this
wveek as much as they have in the
one just past.
Smith, for the five minutes he was
sin, showedl a flash of fight aid bull
dog a gressiveness that +ared the
hearts of several thousands in the
stands. H-e didn't stop fighting when
lie bit into a nst of taklers, but
only went the harder. if the Coach
can find 10 more men 01, the spiit
of Smith we'll see a broken Cornell
team leave Ferry Field nxt Saturday.
('ONCEZNING TH K 1I ICKING
SYSTEM
T'he settlement of the Goggin affair
Friday, before Judge Kine, offers an
opportunity for gtting something off
our chest that has bothered us for
a< long time.
Carefree student can no longer
stand off and wreck Ann Arbor's legal
machinery by throwing stones into
the cogs, and what is more the trades
men are backing up the authorities
without fear of threatened boycotts.
Much criticism has been heard at
times because local merchants have

UNIT ARIAN CHURCH
10:30-Sermon on Revivals, their
Influence on Social Reform, by Rev.
R. S. Loring.
11:45---The Social Service Class
with discussion led by Mr. Freeman
on Problems of Municipal Govern-
mnent.
7:30-Bulgaria and the War, ad-
dress by Mr. Hladjisky, of Sophia, .Bul-
garia, before the Young People's
society.
preferred charges against students.
In reality they have been doing the
students a good turn. The checking
system in vogue here is of the great-
est convenience. To stop it would
mean keeping ready cash in count-
less unlocked rooms in Ann Arbor's
rooming houses, or else in frequent
trips to the 'bank to draw out small
sums. Check forging is the quickest
way to bring about this state of af-
fairs, andi any means taken to prevent
it are welcome.
h. t. ROBINSON61, '13, MARRIES
a1ISS HE1LLEN E. HILLKER, 13
Ifellen Elisabeth Iilliker, '13, and
Loren Thorne Robinson, '13, were
married last night at the First Uni-
tarian Church. All participating in
the affair were or are now students
in the university. Harold Easley, '16,
acted in the capacity of best man.
whifle Jay Curry, '12, and Robert Hal-
steadI, '18, took over the duties of
ushers. Mrs. ?Mary Huntington, '12,
of' H-owell, was matron-of-honor, the
bridesmaids being Emma Freeman,
'13, of Ann Arbor, and Hellen Butler,
'13, of Elk Rapids.
Mrs. Robinson is a. member of the
Alpha Chi 'Omega sorority, as were
the bridesmaids and the matron-of-
honor. Mr. Robinson is a member of
the Sigmna Delta Chi journalistic fra-
tern ity and served on The Daily for
several years. He is now a member
of the staff of the Detroit Free Press.
The couple will reside in Detroit.
Women's OrganizationsI
Hlelen Brown, '18, general chair-
man of the 1915 Freshman Spread has
appointed the following committees
fioru thie class of :1918: Finance, Ada
heath, Dorothy Pierce, and Marion
Halton; refreshments, Louise Gould,
Nona Myers, and Margaret Birdsell;
serving, Alice Burtless and Georgiana
Pockman ; decorations, Constance
Winchell, Esther Holland, and Louise
Wilia mson; invitations, Ruth Bailey
and Katherine Harrington; pairing-
off, Valora Quinlan, Mabel -Hall, and
Helen Aherns; printing, Marian Wil-
liams and Pauline Champlin; music,
'Marie IPaulus; badges, Ella Ray; fav-
or dance and grand march, Pansy
Blake, Grace Raynsford and Helen
Brown; reception and publicity, Mar-
garet Cooley. The first named of each
of these sub-committees will serve as
chairman of her committee.

WAHR"S_
University -Bookstore
Watch for the NEW MICHIGAN SONG
Fight Men. of Michigan
by W. C. ACHI, Jr.
Ready about Wed., Oct. 20th
PUBLISHED BY
Univest M Ifusic lb ouse
MRS. M. M. ROOT
Cor. Maynard and William Streets
COME IN AND HEAR IT

For

Two Dollars

You can purchase a complete
GXYM Outfit

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Crane's

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for the BEST In

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Candies

Cigars

Pipes

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

Gilbert's
CHOCOLATES

SODAS
CANDIES
LUNCHES

CHO P off a few
minutes and eat some of
GEORMGE'S Z&
WAX KIN1G L00
314 S. State St. Phone 71244-M
FIRST NATL. BANK OF ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Capital .$ioo,ooo Surplus andi Profit $$65,ooo
DI RWTORS:
7UaRT CORN WFLL WALDO M. AlInotT'
Go, W. PATTERSON HARRY M. HAWCIEY
SW. CI{ARKSON IHARRISON SOULEa
FRtED SCTIM~ID D). B. SUTTON
E.D INNIE:
For th Gme
order your
Big, Home-Grown 'Fresh ones
at
iszoc ho ff's%
GREEN HOUSE
220 Chapin St. Phone 809-VM

Always

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PARTICULAR LAUNDRY

Fresh

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For
Particular
People

QUARRY
DRUG COMPANY
Prescription Store

CITY LAUNDRY
THOS. ROWE, Prop.

IIWe Welcome All

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Detroit Street

Phone 457-M

Especially Our 1919 Friends

H3ENRY (A COMPANY
TAILORS TO MEN

11:30 AM
to 1P.'M.

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

Michigan Inn
Chop Sucy

Announce the removal of their store to more
commodious quarters at
713-71; North VUniversity Ave.
Dirootlly North of Law Buildin~g

i i E. Liberty St.

Opp. the ArcadiaI

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FALL FOOTWEAR for LADIES and GENTS SeilAet eteo he
WAIIR'S1SHOESh"'TO E3-S
MAIN STREET STATE STREET:

BROTHERHOOD MEET TOMORROW
Professors. Waterman and Bonner to
Attend Reception
The Michigan Chapter of the Broth-
erhood of St. Andrew will hold an
informal reception at 7:30 o'clock to-
morrow night 4n Harris hall for all
men who are interested in Bible
study.4
The reception is also for the pur-
pose of having the men meet Profes-
sor Leroy Waterman of the Semitics
department, who conducts a class
every Sunday in Harris hall on, "The
Bible as a Book of Life," and Pro-
fessor Campbell Bonner, who has
charge of a class on, "Comparative.
Religion."
The Little Shop offers Sunday even-
ing tea. 255 South Thayer, next to
Hill auditorium. oct31
Pianos to rent. Prices and pianos
right, at Schaeberle & Son's Music
House, 110 South Main 'street. oct8tf

ALLIES ('AIL FOR or ,000,QI)
Depositories Holding' Proceeds of Loan
to Send 15% to City Bank
New York, Oct. 30.--Banks through-
out the United States wvhich are act-
ing as depositories for the proceeds
of the $500,000,000 Anglo-French loan
have been notified that 15 per cent of
the total amount, or $72,000,000 must
be paid into the National City Bank
of this city by Nov. 15. The money
will be left with the National City
Bank, where" the Governments of
Great Britain and France have a joint
account, for disbursement on the or-
der of their special representatives.
It is said that about one thousand
banks are affected by the call.
Professor Roth Returits front Jackison
Prof. Filibert Roth, of the forestry
department, returned yesterday from
Jackson, where hie attended the
meeting of the executive commit-
tee of the Michigan State, Grange. Tie
extended an invitation to the Grange
to hold its annual meeting in Ann
Arbor the first part of D~ecember.

Forznui (pam
-Aarthia Cook buiiding is at ljreseu:
housing an exhibit of over 100 chrys-
anthem unms from thes[Botanical G<r
dens. The plan(Is were placed in tli(
dormitory yesterday and will be lef
there for the formal housewaaranin,
on Tuesday. Next to the French w;'-
dows opening on the terrace are thk:
tall shaggy carieties ins white amC
yellow, w'hile the others are mias ,°
in deep crimson, burnt orange Snl
pale yellows, flanked by a line of tit _
baby 'mniums.
bein red rd inRegs t-arA. C.
Hall's otie from the secretaries of
the various schools and Colleges i.
the univeritiy. The saitcxhe
are theofiatols will poal
be ready for publicaition T:uesd!a Y.
In future all cars stop at Goodyear'3
Drug Store.U

RUSSIAN LOAN NOT YET CERTAIN
Bankers Are Skeptical as to Success
of Transaction
New York, Oct. 3o.-..Prominent
bankers here state that there is noth-
ing definite with regard to the report
that Russia is to obtain large credits
in the United States. There seems
to be a difference of opinion as to
whether an external loan by Russia
would go well in this country or not.
Many bankers are skeptical as to
the outcom~e of such a loan, were it
to be undertaken. At any rate it is
not probable that any such transac-
tion will be attempted till the Anglo-
French loan is fully disposed of.
Reduce Census Takers' Appropriation;
Washington, Oct. 30.-Government
census takers are to have approxi-
mately $1,000,000 less to work with
this year than last, as this is the
amount Secretary' Redfield has cut
from his census appropriation. In-
creases of money to be used for other
purposes will be made, however.
Pennsylvania Railroad- Buys Engines
Philadelphia, Oct. 30.-The Penn-
sylvania Railroad Company has placed
an order with the Baldwin Locomotive
Company for 75 of the largest type of
freight engines made. The cost of
the engines is given at $2,000,000.
Deliveries are to begin at" the first of
the year.
Dancing classes and private lessons
at the Packard academy. oct26tf
CLOTHING~
from tke 'House of Kuppenheimer on
salo by N. F. Allen &; Co., Maln
gareet, wed-eod

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N° 505 BLK. N4 605 TAN

W AGNER & CO.

SOLE AGENTS

STATE STREET

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