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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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The stein-Bloc, Co.. 1916.

The acknowledged lead-
ers in men's fashions for
more than sixty years
have correctly interpreted
the style needs of the real
American, as shown in .

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Clothiers and Furnishers MAIN STREET
CLOTHES
$1.00 .00
Call and look over our Special at $22.00, any style
308 So.
CAMPUS 0 TE RY s0 .os
THE EBERBACH f, SON COMPANY
Scientific Apparatus, Chemicals and Student Laboratory Supplies
for Biology, Histology, Bacteriology, Pathology, and Anatomy

THE E BERBACH ON 08ry

CO. 200-208 0. Liberty lit.

IRVING PLACE I"1

(New York)

German Players,
WHITNEY

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Furnishers
Corner S. State an"
Evening Haberda
Dress Suits to REN
BEST TALENTPPEAR
ATBAN-CER-TANMEIJT
Strin Setet and llieigan Concert
Quartet will be Hfeadliners
Wednesday
When the mythical curtain of Hill
auditorium rises at 8:00 o'clock Wed-
nesday night on Michigan's first
Band-Cer-Tainment, the student body
assembled is to witness the best per-
iormance 0 the 100 best entertaiRers
that the campus can lay claim to.
Striug niusic of the variety not
often heard in these parts will be
rendered by a newly organized trio
composed of Frank Wheeler, '6E,
playing the cello, Harold Forsythe,
17, violin, and H. L. Davis, '17, guitar.
avis w1l be remembered as the lead-
ing man in the 1911 Union opera,
while the other two artists are well-
known to the Michigan campus.
As one of the leading features of
the program, the above trio will be
joined in some of its selections by
three other musicians, L. O.
Aldrich, '17E, saxaphone, C. E. Ma-
comBer, grad, banjorine, and Leroy
Scanlon, 16L, on the piano. The sex-
tet thus composed is expected to make
a real impression on the audience.
From the Michigan Concert quartet
comes the announcement of the pro-
gram that they are to render, accom-
paied by F. A. Taber, '17, who plays
for the glee club. Their leading num-
ber is to be "My Chinese Girl," :writ-
te especially for the occasion by
Waldemar John, '16, and A. J. Cor-
"netzki, '17.
The program follows:
. (a) Carmena Waltz Song . Wilson
{l;) Mighty inak' a Rose.. ...Nevin
11. Tenor Solo.
Mr. Grover introducing a new song
by W. A. P. John and A. J. Gor-
netzky, "My Chinese GirL"
,11. Trio from Faust. (Mr. Gornetzky
at the piano.)
IV. Fill Your Tankards.
Davis, Sikes and Carson.
WOMEN WILL BUILD CLUR HOUSE
Plan to liaise Funds for New Struc-
ture on Palmer Field
A new club house at Palmer field is
the goal to be reached by Michigan
women this year. The matter was
discussed at the "wienie roast" held
at the field last week.
The present club house at Palmer
field was opened only temporarily
s'vera years ago when the athletic
field came into use for women. It
has served merely as a locker room
and as headquarters for the various
squads of women. The present plan
is to erect a club house which shall
serve as a social gathering place as
well as an athletic building.
Sith this end in view the women
of the university have planned sev-
eral functions which will be given
during the course of the year, the
proceeds to be used as a building fund.
Justice Fines Students for Speeding
C. W. Clark, '18, and Walter H.
Cohn, '18, were arrested yesterday
afternoon, by Traffic Officer Walker,
while speeding on State street just

before the game. They were brought
before Justice W. G. Doty, and after
pleading guilty to the charge were
assessed a fine and costs amounting
to $.45.
This ar the same as last year.

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"THE LITTLE SCHOOLMASTER SAYS":

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A SHOE STORE
-WITH-
SHOES THAT SATISFY1

Our Styles Are
Our Prices Right

"YOU MAY DUPLICATE
A SUIT PRICE, BUT
YOU. CAN'T DUPLICATE
A PRICE SUIT-"

CLOTHES FOR
U. of M. MEN
You will find Clothes
here in The Big Store
that you know are right
-Adler's for example.
a You will like to look
over the new weaves,
shades, and styles this
fashion making firm has
put out.

$18 to $28

FOR MEN

Ed.V. Price & Co.

Tailoring is beyond
Imitation

COME IN

We have all the new effects in Blacks
and dark Tans with rubber or leather
soles, and can save you money on
every pair.
Prices $3.50 to $7.50 per paj

Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
Corner Main and Washington Streets

V'HEATRE

Mon., Nov. Ist
I OL'S AYATER
- BY -
ADOLPH L. ARRANGE
Folksongs
Hungarian National
Dance
Prices: $1.00, 75
50, 25
Seats selling
Whitney Theatre

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No Drops
Needed in Our
Eye Examination.

My specialty is making
Drugless Iye lEA-aminatios-
determining scientifically and
accurately the glasses your eyes
require.
Shop facilities enable me to
make your glasses, giving you
quick service.
We grind lenses.
EMIL H. ARNOLD
Optometrist-Optician
with Arnold & Co.,Jewelrs, 220S.Main St.

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OVERCOATS
and rain coats from the House of
Kuppen ileiiner, on sale by N. F. Alleh
Co., Mai street. oct6eod-wed

and at a price that is easily within
your allowance, I offer the most satis-
factory clothes you can buy.
Compare cost with convenience and
certainty and you'll have no other
kind of clothes.
May I measure you today?
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Exclusive Local Dealer
309 S. Main 814 S. State
GOBLINS TERRIFY COOK GIRLS
Cliamber of Dead Decorated with
Bluebeard's Wives
Witches, broomsticks, pussycats,
sorcerers and black artists--certain-
ly-they were all there! But why
mention them? They were only
"among those present." The real,
spinal marrow excitement was the
guest of honor, Mr. Bluebeara, who
fills so large a space in "What's Why."
On this occasion the Chamber of the
Dead was beautifully decorated with
his lordship's favorite wives who
hung around the walls by the hair of
their heads. A few grinning pump-
kins and corpses gracefully placed
in open coffins added a touch of piqu-
ancy to the scene. The skeleton in
armor passed around a delicious brew
of cider, supplemented by doughnuts
and apples.
Where was all this? Why, at
Martha Cook building, of course, at
a most unique gathering of society
from the first, second, and third floors.
It marked the opening entertainment
of that community's admirable host-
esses, the people of the fourth floor.
"Charley Barry, of Nowhere," Guilty
"Charley Barry, of Nowhere," who
was arrested at a south State street
fraternity house Friday night, was
yesterday arraigned before Justice W.
G. Doty, on a charge of drunkeness
and disorderly conduct. He pleaded
guilty, but sentence was suspended
upon his promise to leave the city.

We want to impress on you the fact that your feet will al-
ways feel good and look well in shoes you purchase from
us because we fit you correctly. You will appreciate this,
especially if you suffer with your feet at all or are hard to fit.

We sell the finest Brown Cor-,
dovan Bal made for only $7.50
Compare ours with the others
it will do us both good.

Let us show you our New Dancing
are right in every detail, and only

Ties.

They

$5.00 perpair

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119. E. LIBERTY STREET

LOST
LOST--Small wicker satchel contain-
ing clean laundry. Phone 795 or
return to 327 E. Huron and receive

FOR RENT

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reward.

oct29-30-3:i

LOST-Between Tri-Delta house, Cut-
ting cafe and Ferry field, a pair of
brand new gentleman's gloves,
Finder please call Edw. Haydinger.
Phone 453-J. oct31
LOST-A pair of kid gloves, between
710 E. Ann and Huston's, before the
game. Finder please return to Wil-
lard L. Huss. Phone 71-W. oct31
LOST-A Conklin fountain pen, on
State street or in F. & M. Bank, Sat-
urday morning. Reward at 339
E. Washington. Phone 291. oct31
WANTED,
WANTED-Roommate, for desirable
suite; all modern conveniences.
Phone .219-J. 521 E. Jefferson.
oct3l-nov2-3

FOR RENT-Two desirable suites,
modern furnishings. 433 Maynardtr
St. Phone 815-J. oct29-30-31
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Bausch & Lomb triple-
nosed compound microscope; hardly
used; in original case; $50. Inquire
at 520 Church St. oct31
FOR SALE-New overcoat, rainproof,

Martin guitars, mandolins, ukeleles
and all musical instruments at Schae-
berle & Son's Music House, 110 South
Main street. oct8tf
Call Hoppe for your flashlight pic-
ture. oct31-nov2
Frank Brothers

Street.

BIBLE STUDY CLASSES.
At Bible Chair house, 444 S.

$10.00 value; must sell quickly, even "We'll be there." Stark Taxicab Co.,
at sacrifice. Phone 659-.VI. 531,25. o-ct5tf
rp .v,,, jilRpfi ~ Ap, 1 Y

Classes planned especially for stu-
dents, but open to all. No fees.
Course 1.-AN INTRODUCTORY
COURSE TO THE STUDY OF THE
Bi BLE.-4 :10 o'clock, Wednesdays.
Course 2.-THE TEACHINGS OF
JESUS.-6:30 o'clock, Tuesday even-
ings.
Course 3.--MESSACES OF THE
PROPHETS.-0-6:40, o'coek, 'Thursday

nompson mac.

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FIFTH AVENUE
BOOT SHOP
NEW YORK

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LOST
LOST-A cuff but ton, on the north
stand; initial F. Finder please call
1209-M. oct31
MISCELLANEOUS
BOXING ' AND WRESTLING-For
terms, hours, etc., see instructor in
wrestling room. O.. Westerman.
0ct27-28-219-0-31

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

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

E'ienings.
Course
OF THE
days.

1.--WISDOM 1LJ'1.E1L
1BIBLE-40:0 O'dIOel

116 S. Main St.

Phone 1707

111 FALL LINE NOW READ'

Conurse .-GREAT LIFE
.IONS.--7 :0 o'clock, Saturd
ings.-UJR ROOlIL BIBLE

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