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riu MICHIGAN DAILt.

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are frequently wrn for two and more seasons by most particular

men, is not men-s
tioned as unusual,
but is significant
as characteristic
of the service ands-

satisfaction found
in tailoring
Suits and
Overcoats
$16.00 to $35.00

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YOUR SUIT
RTHIS season's style demands
form-fitting clothes. That
makes it absolutely necessary that
experts work on your suit from the
start. And of course, you require
all wool materials, in your choice
of shade, fabric, and cut.
You'll get just what-you want
at The Big Store.

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FASHION PARK
ADLER-ROCHESTER
CLOTHCRAFT
$15 to $35

The Stein-No h Co., 1915.
LINDENSCHMITT APFEL & CO., Main St.

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RoyalooTail1ored
CMOLOTHIES
100 .00
Call and look over our Special at $22.00, any style
308 So.
CAMPUS OOTERY saes st.
THE EBERBACH (. SON COMPANY
Scientific Apparatus, Chemicals and Student Laboratory Supplies,
for Biology, Histology, Bacteriology, Pathology, and Anatomy

TO 1WEDICATE NEWBERRY hALL
New Build.ig to be Opened Thursday
to Faculty, Guests and Students
The Nwberry Hall of Residence is
to be formally dedicated Thursday, No-
vember 11. In the afternoon from 4:00
to 6:00 o'clock there will be a recep-
tion for all guests and students of the
university, and from 8:00 to 11:00
o'clock that evening will be given over
to the faculty members. In the receiv-
ing line will be Mrs. Henry B. Joy of
Detroit, Mrs. Henry Douglas of Ann
Arbor, Miss Clare Sanders of Detroit,
Mrs. Alexis Angell of Detroit, Mrs.
Myra B. Jordan, dean of women, and
Miss Donna Sullivan, president of the
student body of the residence hall.
The parlors and corridors will , be
banked with chrysanthemums embrac-
ing the choicest varieties grown at the
botanical gardens.
The building is the gift of the New-
berry family of Detroit, of which many
members will be present at the dedi-
cation. That evening the family will,
be entertained at a dinner given by
President Harry B. Hutchins.

COPYRIGHT BY
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COME IN

"THE LITTLE SCHOOLMASTER SAYS":

Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
THE BIG STORE 200-202 Main Street
Pop, Mat. WEEK
WED. RR CNOV. 8
and SAT. "A R C NIGHTS
25c-5 c7 DETROIT 2 nSc5
$i .0o-$1.50 w i$,o$
JOE WEBBER OFFERS A RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF LAST YEAR'S
SENSATIONAL MUSICAL COMEDY SUCECSS
The On ly Girl
By Henry Blossom and Victor Herbert
With the same Brilliant Cast, which includes Wilda Bennett, Grace Edmond, Vivian
Wessell, Louise Keiley, Edna Broderick, Thurston Hall, John Findlay,
Ernest Torrence, Jed Prouty, Richard Bartlett and the
Same Pretty Show Girls
AFTER A SEASON OF NINE MONTHS AT THE LYRIC THEATER
NEW YORK
WEEK NOVEMBER 15TH M-nSEAT SALDALE THURS.
The Garrick Company will present
LOU TELLECEN
IN THE WYNDHAM THEATER, LONDON, SENSATIONAL AND
DRAMATIC MYSTERY PLAY
THE WARE
BY GEORGE PLEYDELL
"You Will Never Forget the Trial Scene."
Staged Under Personal Direction of Jessie Bonstelle.
CAST:
Gladys Hanson, Maude Hannaford, Robert Vivian, Chas. Derickson, Montague
Love, Corliss Giles, A. P. Kaye, Henry Von Weiser, Albert Bruning, John Halliday,
Robert Ayrton, Dana Parker.

VHV EBERBACH ft SON

CO. 200-208 E. Liberty St.

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ED. V. PRICE & CO. clothes are
designed, cut and tailored from

JETWOOD
A SMART COLLAR.
WITH A COMFOR.T-
ABLE LOW FRONT
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NEW
R.ED -MAN
2 FoR. 25#
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No Drops
Needed In Our
Eye Examination.

G~ENEVA CLUTB MEETS WEDNESDAY your measurements which I send

My specialty is making
Drugless Eye Examinations-
determining scientifically and
accurately the glasses your eyes
require.
Shop facilities enable me to
make your glasses, giving you
quick service.
We grind lenses.

Frank Brothers

EMIL H. ARNOLD
Optometrist-Optician
with Arnold & Co., Jeweleis, 220 S. Main St.

FIFTH AVENUE
BOOT SHOP
NEW YORK

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ALPHA YU TO CONDUCT TAtYOUTS

At the
BOND STREET STORE
300 So. State St.

FALL LINE NOW READY

Nation's Average Bar Bill is $32
Chicago, Nov. 6.-The National
Dairy council, in session here yester-
day, voted to raise $250,000 for an
advertising campaign in newspapers
to demonstrate that an annual ex-
penditure of $32 per capita for booze
against a per capita expenditure of
only $5.92 for milk represents a dis-.

Contestants to Debate on Literacy Test
for European Immigrants
Alpha Nu Debating society decided
at its last meeting to change the time
of meeting from Friday night to
Wednesday night, to suit the greater
convenience of the members.
Tryouts for the Central league de-
bating teams, which will debate Chi-
cago and Northwestern universities in
January, will be held by Alpha Nu so-
ciety in its rooms Wednesday night.
The question is: "Resolved, that Con-
gress should impose a literacy test on
all European immigration," and candi-
dates will deliver a speech of not more
than twelve minutes on any phase of
the question. Associate memberships
may be procured for the purpose of
competing in these tryouts by those
not members of Alpha Nu society.
Candidates should give their names

Organization's Object is Attendance at
Y. W. C. A. Student Conference
A Geneva club luncheon will be held
Wednesday at Newberry hall. Each
fall just before college opens the Y. W.
C. A. student conference is held at
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, to which all
colleges of the middle west send dele-
gates. Michigan in the past has been
rather backward in this movement,
sending but seven women last year,
while Wisconsin was represented by
43 and Northwestern by 74. It is with
the purpose of increasing the interest
in the conference and sending more
delegates in the future that the Geneva
club: is organized.
Richardson Leaves University Hospital
Frank E. Richardson, '17E, who sus-
tained a broken leg in a class foot-
ball game, was discharged from the
University hospital yesterday.
AT THE CHURCHES
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
Rev. Henry Tatlock, rector. Holy
communion, 7:30 a. m. Men's Bible
classes at 9:15 a. m. in Harris hall.
Holy communion and sermon by the
rector at 10:30 a. m. Evening prayer
and address by the rector at 7:30 p.
m. Bible class for young women at
the residence of Miss Crocker, 1722
Cambridge road.
Unitarian Church
At 10:30, morning service, with ser-
mon by Rev. R. S. Loring on "Culture,
What is Its Value?" At 11:45, "Nietz-
sche versus the Spirit of Jesus," ad-
dress before the Social Service class
by Miss Edith Atkins. At 7:30 Mr. C.
L. Burt will speak on "Life at West
Point Military Academy" before the
Young People's society.
First Coigregational Church
Mr. Douglass preaches at 10:30 on
"The Luxury' of Being Unprejudiced,"
and at 7:45 on "We and the World
and the War."
First M. E. Church
A. W. Stalker, pastor. Class meet-
ing at 9:30. Morning service at 10:30.
Epworth league at 6:30. Evening wor-
ship at 7:30. Pastor's morning sub-
ject, "Nature's Greatest Parable."
Evening subject, "Ibsen's 'Ghosts.'"
Trinity Englsh Lutheran Church
Corner Fifth avenue and William
street. Courtland Miller, pastor.
Morning sermon at 10:30; theme,
"Guarding the Greatest Treasure With

309 S. Main

814 S. Sta

parity which is highly u
dairy cow.
Buy your Mazda lampsE
310 South State.

Exclusive Local Dealer

them. I guarantee satisfaction,
or you needn't keep the clothes.
Isn't thit fair?

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the Greatest Care." Evening sermo
t 7:30; theme, "The Comforting Prom
ise."
Presbyterian Church
Leonard A. Barrett, minister. Ro
W. Hamilton, student pastor. Mr
Georgie L. Underwood, secretary fo
women. Morning service at 10:3(
with the celebration of the communio
and reception of new members. Youn
people's service at 6:30 p. m.
First Church of Christ, Scientist
Church edifice, 409 South Divisio
street. Sunday service, 10:30 a. n
and 7:45 p. m.; subject, "Adam an
Fallen Man." Testimony meetin
Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. A cordial in
vitation is extended to all.
Church of Christ (Disciples)
South University avenue. Georg
W. Knepper, pastor. Morning worshil
10:30. Mr. Knepper's theme will b
"The Compulsion of Duty." Bibl
school at noon. Vesper services, 6:1
First Baptist Church
F. B. Bachelor, pastor. Mornin
worship and communion service a
10:30 o'clock. Sermon by Mr. Bach
elor on the subject, "Can God be Foun
in the Person of Christ?" This is th
third sermon on the series of "Th
Quest for God." Bible school at noo
Professor Waterman conducts th
Everybody's class and Mr. Fetter th
Guild class.
Bethlehem Evangelical Church
G. A. Neumann, pastor. Germa
service at 10 o'clock. Young people
meeting, 6:30 p. m.

tnjust tothe to Secretary L. W. Nieter, phone
1119-J, by Tuesday night, so that time
may be allowed for selecting judges.
at Switzer's,
oct23tf Call Lyndon for good pictures.

COLLECTED COLLEGE NEWS
Raymond . Robins at Princeton of medicine and head of the Depart-
Princeton, Nov 6.-Four red letter ment of Medicine in the Medical school
days, December 7 to 10, inclusive, will of the University of Minnesota. Dr.
Rowntree will take up his work here
In " henauduraioe e ofatgn- as soon as released from his duties at
S"Princeton andservice" campaign-a Johns Hopkins. The position taken
Scampaign designed to lay bare the by Dr. Rowntree is that made vacant
hard-gripping and plain-spoken facts by the resignation of Dr. Charles L.
about civic and public service in
Green following the adoption by the
)y America. Raymond Robins,, pre-emi- regents of the relationship with the
s- nent as an orator and worker in the regontoundtish t
r social field, at the request of President y foundation.
0, Hibben has consented to deliver four
In lectures in Princeton covering the Illinois Gets Mammoth Endowment
g most important aspects of the situa- Champaign, Nov. 6.-The University
tion. of Illinois has just received $5,000,000
from' the state legislature. This is
n Yale Appoints Eligibility Committee said to be the largest appropriation
:.
d. New Haven, Nov. 6.-At a recent ever granted to a state university. It
g meeting of the Yale Graduate Athletic will be used for new buildings on the
- Advisory committee it was voted to campus.
appoint a committee to meet with sim-
ilar committees from Harvard and Chicago to Play Tennis in East
Princeton to take up the matter of Chicago, Nov. 6. -- Arrangements
e eligibility rules and their administra- have been made during the summer
p, tion, with a view to bringing about by the University of. Chicago for ten-
e, uniformity both in principal and prac- nis tournaments with several eastern
l. tice. colleges. Yale, Cornell, Pennsylvania
and Princeton have consented to
ig Rowntree Minnesota Medic Head matches and negotiations are now un-
t Minneapolis, Nov. 6.-Dr. Leonard der way for matches with Dartmouth
G. Rowntree, of Johns Hopkins uni- and Williams. An eastern trip for the
d versity, has been appointed professor Varsity team seems highly'possible.
e
e Women's AthleticsBacked by League Benjamin Haitel Undergoes Operation
n. At the regular meeting of the Wom- Benjamin Haitel was operated on
Le en's League board the constitution of for acute appendicitus at the Univer-
Le the new athletic department was'read sity hospital at 10:00 o'clock yester-
and accepted, and it was decided that day morning. At present he is report-
the league should finance the organ- ed to be resting well.
n ization. From the fifty-cent annual
's dues in the league ten cents is to be Typewriters of all makes, rebuilt
deducted, if the league member signs and second-hand, for sale at $10.00
- a pledge blank for the athletic depart- upwards. Liberal terms, Typewriters
ment. The fee will be put in the treas- of all makes for rent, $1.50 per month;
ury of that body, which will be a de- four months, $5.00 and upward. We
partment of the league. make a specialty of Underwood type-
This financial backing puts the ath- writers and "Everything for the Type-
letic department on a sound basis and writer." 0. D. Morrill, 322 South State
assures its position as a factor in uni- street (over Baltimore Dairy Lunch).
versity life for women. The purpose oct3l-eod
of the department is to arouse interest
in women's athletics and to stimulate . 25 cents-any part of the city. Stark
class spirit at the games. Taxicab Co., 2255. oct28tf
A store to get good clothes-Reule, In future all cars stop at Goodyear's
Conlin & Fiegel.# nov3-7-12-17-21 Drug Store. tt

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at a i ets'
Quarry's and StuheyDett'
Tq DeADVERTISDNG VL ERSTI F N u

FOR SALE

FOR SALE-Bausch & Lomb triple-
nosed compound microscope, hardly
used; in original case; $50. Inquire
at 520 Church street. nov7
FOR RENT
0 0
FOR RENT-One suite rooms, first
floor, furnished or unfurnished; one
suite furnished, second floor. Also
single rooms, at 209 14th street.
nov6-7
FOR RENT-Single room; also room-
mate wanted. Phone 633-R. 413
Thompson. -

WANTED
WANTED-Four women students for
dining room service. Apply to Miss
Clara Hunt, business manager New-
berry Residence. m5tf
LOST
LOST-Saturday, small Sigma Phi
fraternity pin, full name inside.
Finder will greatly favor owner by
returning it to Michigan Daily. Re-
ward. nov7-9-10
LOST-Spanish book on Tuesday.
Finder call 1134-J. nov7

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nov6-7

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