THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
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T HIS season's style demai
form-fitting clothes. T]
makes it absolutely necessary ti
experts work on your suit from'
start. And of course, you requ
all wool materials, in your cho
of shade, fabric, and cut.
You'll get just what you w,
at The Big Store.
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
R oyal -TaiL-lored
Call and look over our Special at $22.00, any style
CAMPU 308 so.
CAMpus OOTERY State st.
THE EBERBACH ( SON COMPANY
Scientific Apparatus, Chemicals and Student Laboratory Supplies
for Biology, Histology, Bacteriology, Pathology, and Anatomy
THE E:BERBACH ftR ON CO. 200-208 E. Liberty St.
A SMART COLLAR.
WITH A COMFORT-
*QABLE LOW FRONT
2 rom 259
Needed in Our
My specialty is making
Drugless Eye Examinations-.
determining scientifically and
accurately the glasses your eyes
Shop facilities enable me to
make your glasses, giving you
We grind lenses.
EMIL H. ARNOLDJ
with Arnold & co., Jewelers, 220 s. Main St.
Students, for the most safe, speedy,
reliable economical Parcel and Mes-
senger service, call 2028. nov3tf
A store to get good clothes-Reule,
Conlin & Fiegel. nov3-7-12-17-21
POOR FARMI NG* SYSTEM
PROF. 0. L. SPONSLER REPORTS
THAT THREE-FOURTHS OF THE
WOOD-LOTS ARE VALUELESS
Some interesting discoveries were
made last summer in a forest and
wood-lot survey under the direction
of Prof. 0. L. Sponsler, of the forestry
department. The counties of Wayne,
Washtenaw, Monroe, Jackson, Hills-
dale and Lenawee were thoroughly
examined and deplorable conditions
were found to exist in all of them.
It was ascertained that over three-
fourths of the wood-lots are of no
value to the farmers. There is on the
average only four cords of wood pro-
duced to every 10 acres of wood-lot,
where at least one cord should be
produced to every acre. One-fifth of
the lots contain trees under 20 years
old. Thus it will take nearly 20 years
to bring these lots into proper shape.
Out of 600 farms examined, 93 per
cent of the wood-lots were used as
pasture, making it impossible for any
young stuff that with proper care
would take the place of the trees, to
grow. Out of 600 lots examined over
60 pr cent were in poor condition
and only 4 per cent were in good
shape. This means that in two de-
cades it will be necessary for the
farmer to purchase all his fuel unless
many more trees are planted and
good care is taken of those wood-lots
Professor Sponsler and his assist-
ant. Mr. E. A. Gallup, are not only try-
ing to help the farmer, but they are
also performing a great service for
the furniture manufacturer. Manu-
facturing plants send out men to look
for certain kinds of wood.. The sur-
vey aims to make maps describing
the various forests in the different
parts of the state, thus enabling
scouts to find the kinds of lumber they
desire without much difficulty.
An attempt will also be made to
show why certain types of forests are
located in certain sections of the state.
This will enable farmers to plant the
kinds of trees that will grow best.
FORESTERS TO GIVE DANCE;
NUMBER .OF ALUMNI TO ATTEND
Arrangements are nearly completed
for the first dance of the year of the
Forestry club. It will be held in the
Packard academy on November 12.
The chaperons will. be Prof. and Mrs.
Filibert Roth, Prof. and Mrs. L. J.
Young and Prof. and Mrs. P. S. Love-'
joy. A big feature of the dance will
be the decorations. The hall will be
fixed up to represent a typical forest-
The committee in charge is L. C.
Staudt, '16, and W. E. Bond, '14. They
have received replies from a number'
of the alumni and many of them are'
coming to attend the dance.
Prof. Florer to Talk in Indianapolis
Prof. W. W. Florer will leave this
week for Indianapolis, where he will
speak Friday at the unveiling and ded-
ication of a monument to Revolution-
ary soldiers buried there. The sub-
ject of his address will be, "The Amer-
zu. V. RnG6 e ;Q
"THE LITTLE SCHOOLMASTER SAYS"
no matter who has been your tailor,
I'll satisfy you completely if you'll
Ed.V. Price & Co.
tailor your clothes to individual order.
$15 to $35
Leave your measure
The Goal of Cigarette Perfection
for men who prefer to roll; their own cigarettes, can
only be attained with Riz La Croix "papers." Becaus
the supreme Quality of these world-famous cigarett(
papers insures absolute smoke-satisfaction at all timet
and on all occasions.
FAMOUS CIGARETTE PAPERS
Give the best results with any tobacco. Smooth, round
firm cigarettes that hold their shape-rolled
in a few seconds without bother or fuss.
The extreme thinness and
lightness of Riz La Croix
make cigarette roll-
Ing easy, a real
pl aur .Yuget the pure
flavor of the
tobacco - no
in the smoke- FRIEI
tion is perfect.ingil B
Naturally adhesive, CROIX Cigarette Pap(r ti otl
h because made of best showing how to "EoI Your Own
cigarettes -sent anywhere in . S. onr
flxlnn- uevge quest. Address The American Tobacco Conipsan
table product. Room 1401, 484 Broome Street. N.,Y.
Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
THE BIG STORE 20-202 Main
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Exclusive Local Dealer
309 S. Main
814 S. StateI
BOND STREET CO., Ltd.
300 So. State St.
Party at Michigan Union
Dancing from 9:00 to 2:00
call 236. Informal. nov3
]ALL LINE NOW READY
Call Lyndon for good pictures.
WANTED-Roommate, for desirable
suite; all modern conveniences.
Phone 219-J. 521 E. Jefferson.
FOR SALE-Winter overcoat, nearly
new, one-third price; size 37. Call
after 3:00 p. m. Thursday, 503 Lib-
REPORT BRITISH CRUISERS
HOLDING UP NEUTRAL VESSELS
Fear Effect Will Hamper Trade' With
South American Ports, if
New York, Nov. 2.-A report that
British cruisers have held up the Hou-
king and the Hamborn jujst outside of
New York harbor caused considerable
excitement in this city today. If the
report is true it means that Britain
has disregarded the regulations re-
garding trade of neutral vessels ply-
ing between neutral ports.
The effects will be felt more deeply
in this country in that it will seriously
hamper our trade with South America.
Freight rates will be elevated to an
impossible point if this form of inter-
ference is continued.
The Hamborn was a Dutch-owned
vessel carrying a cargo to the West
Indies, and the Honking belonged to
he American-French line and was car-
rying a cargo of coal to a South Amer-
Hold Record of Physical Colloquiums
Second of a series of physical col-
loquiums will be held at 4:15 o'clock
next Monday afternoon in the east
physics lecture room. Mr. C. F. Meyer
will address the meeting, his subject
being, "A Study of Certain Ultraviolet
Radiations from the Spark."
LOST-Will the person who borrowed
my wheel at Ferry field last Satur-
day morning please return same to
344 South Division St.
ed purse containing money and
keys. Reward. Phone 1809-R.
Virginia Team Falls Before Cornellians
Ithaca, N. Y., Nov. 2.-Virginia Poly-
technic Institute went down to defeat
before the stronger Cornell team Sat-
urday. This makes the sixth succes-
sive victory for the Big Red team,
who have not lost a game this season.
With Michigan and Syracuse yet to,
play, it is too early to make predic-
tions, but .the campus is hoping for a
clean slate in football this year.,
Martin guitars, mandolins, ukeleles
and all musical instruments at Schae-
berle & Son's Music House, 110 South
Main street. oct8tf
For quick MESSENGER CALL see
last adv on BACK of TELEPHONE
DIRECTORY. Note the MAJ. cur
tains. Phone 795. Ann Arbor Parcely
& Messenger Service. A. F. Brown,
25 cents-any part of the city. Stark
Taxicab C yo., 2255. oct28tf
Dancing classes and piivato lessons
at the Packard academy. oct26tf
and rain coats from the House of
Kuppenheimer, on sale by N. F. Allen
Co., Main street. oct6eod-wed
Forestry Post-Graduates Elect Officers
At the meeting of the post-graduates
of the forestry department, held last
Monday evening, the following officers
wer. elected: President, E. L. Dem-
mon, '14; treasurer, H. J. Andrews,
'15. Many matters of importance con-
cerning the forestry service were dis-
cussed. It was decided to hold meet-
ings once a' month to talk over up-to-
date forestry methods.
To L-et iire on 31 eans of Rust Proving
Mr. C. T Bragg will give a lecture
on "N1)itern Means of Rust Proofing,"
before rof. E. E. Ware's class in
building miaterials at .9:00 o'clock Fri-
day morning in room 165 of the chem-
istry building. Anyone interested is
invited to attend.
BIBLE STUDY CLASSES.
At Bible Chair House, 444 S.
Sophomore lits hold first class meet-
ing, economics building, 4:00 o'clock.
Freshman football practice at south
Ferry field at 4:05 o'clock this after-
Sophomore engineers hold class
meeting, room 348, new engineering
building, 4:00 o'clock.
Alpha Nu Debating society meet=
ing, scheduled for tonight, has been
postponed to tomorrow night at 7:30,
on account of the Band-Cer-Tainment.
Drop into Reule, Conlin & Fiegel's
store for your clothes.
"In a hurryC" Call Stark, 2255.
Classes planned especially for
dents, but open to all. No fees.
Course 1.-AN INTRODUCT(
COURSE TO THE STUDY OF '.
BIBLE.-4:10 o'clock,, Wednesday
Course 2.-THE TEACHINGS
JESUS.-6:30 o'clock, Tuesday er
Course 3.-MESSAGES OF 'I
PROPHETS.-6:30 o'clock, Tiur
Course 4.-WISDOM LITERATU
OF THE BIBLE.-4:10 o'clock,
Course 5.-GREAT LIFE QI
TIONS.-7:00 o'clock, Saturday e'
ings.-UPPER ROOM BIBLE CLA
Pianos to rent. Prices and pi
right, at Schaeberle & Sot's M
House, 110 South -Main street. oc
Fisher Party at Michigan
Friday. Dancing from 9:001
Tickets, call 236. Informal.
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.
116 S. Main St.
Party at Michigan Union
Dancing from 9:00 to 2:00
call 236. Informal. nov3
Typewriting, mimeographing. T,
writers of all makes for sale or rx
0. D. Morrill, 322 South State st
(over Baltimore Dairy Lunch).
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