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'H HL licAN DAILL3

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are frequently worn for two and more scasons
men, is not men-
tioned as unusual,
but is significant
as characteristic
of the service and

by most particular
satisfaction found
in tailoring
Stits and

Overcoats

$16.00 to $ 35.00

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T HIS season's style demn
form-fitting clothes. TI
makes it absolutely necessary th
experts work on your suit from C
start. And of course, you requi
all wool m*aterials, in. your choi
of shade, fabric, and. cut.
You'll get just what you wa
at The Big Store.

FASHION PARK
ADLER-ROCHESTER
CLOTHCRAFT
$15 to $35

The Stein-Moab Co.. 1915
LI'NDENSGHM ITT APFEL &,CO.9,Main St.

Call and look over our Special at $22,00, any style
308 So.
C MuS OOTERY State St.
Scientific Apparatus,' Chemicals and Student Laboratory Supplies
for Biology, Histology, Bacteriology, Pathology, and Anatomy

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C1.UB GETS NEIS OF MA5AC Y

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No Drops
Needed in Our
Eye Examination.

SEE THE GREATEST
PHOTOPLAY EVER
PROD UCED
REGEERAIN
Mjestic
SUNDAY, NV. 14
Seats - 10c

My s pec ia lty is making
Drugless FEye 1Exam indlions-
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., Jewelers, 220 S. Main St.
0r. Edmunds to VIsit Toledo Today
Dr. Charles W. Edmunds, secretary
of the Medical School, will leave for
Toledo this afternoon, where he willad rs h oe o A a e y o ei
cine. During his short stay, in To-I
ledo, Dr. Edmunds will be the guest
of Dr. Willard J. Stone, 'O1M.

Armenian Students' club is planning
to stage a concert on Friday evening,
January 14, for the benefit of the A
menian war sufferers. A rare t eat
is said 'to be in store for Ann Arbor
concert patrons, as this twill be thea
frtprogram ee gien in this city
featuring professional Armenian con-
cert singers. Prof J.. A. C. Hlidner, as
chairman of the committee in charge,
will make an effort to secure Hill a-
ditorium for the occasion.
So far, three concert singers and a
violinist have been secured, all native
Armenians. A. Chah-Mourdian, tenor
of the Paris Grand opera, will stp
here on his first American tour. The
sopranos are Miss Rose Hiagopian, of
New York, and Mrs. J. Panosan, of
Boston. Prof. Aiquon, of Syracuse,
will perform on the violin. Mrs.Try-
nosian is said to be especially cap-
able in her interpretation of ntive
Armenian songs. The program will
also include songs in French, Grian
and English.
Members of the club have received]
letters stating that conditions in their
country are even worse than in 110-
giumi, 500,000 reported as having beet;
massacred. The Turks are niing an
especial effort to capture those wl
have been educated in America, as~
they are said to be instilling a love of
liberty into the natives. Amabassdor
Morgentheau, the mewrican ambassa -
dor at Constantinople, has asked for
aid in handling the situation, and al-
ready a fund of $500,000 has bee
raised, of which the Rockefeller foun-
dation has donated $30,000./
FL ANMES 1)ESTRO)Y'T WO-STORY ~
BARNl 0ON SO. TILAYER STREET
Flames were seen issuing from a
two-story barn at the rear of 61.3
South Thayer street at about 445
o'clock, yesterday afternoon. The
property is a portion of the William
Burke estate, and has been vacant for
some months. Following the alarm of
fire, which was turned in by a negh -
bor, several companies were called t
the scene, and for a while the flame
seemed to gain headway owing to the
high wind. The fire was finally ex-
tinguished only after the barn had
been practically demolished.
Cosmopolites Debate Wr Suiaday
"Is War Futile from the Economnic
Point of View?" is the subject for a
debate at the meeting of the Cosmo-_
politan club to be held in the Unitarian
church at 3:30 o'clock Sunday. J. N.
Hadjisky, '16E, will argue the saffirm-
ative, and Otto reuser, '17, will hau-
dle the negative side. Anoher spea-
er will be J. M,. Hernander, grad. The
meeting is open to the general public.
Atenaorall Postpones S1nday iMetin
Members of the Menorah society will
not meet this coming Sunday evenun;,
owing to the Union serv ices to be co-
ducted in Hill auditorium at that tie.
The meeting has been postponed one
week and the name of the speker for
that evening will be announced ata
later time.

"THE LITT< :LE Sa_" 1LMASTER SAYS":

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God Sport andGood Smoke
Go Together
There's more crisp, brisk, youthful vigor in an ounce
of "Bull" Durham than in a pound of any othecr
tobacco ever rolled up into a cigarette. It's the co-
partner of the go-ahead spirit--the delight of the fr eshi,
unjaded taste that goes wvith enthausiasm and energy.
This grand old tobacco-the favorite of three genera-
tions-is today the liveliest smoke in the whole world.
BULL'DRA
SMOKING vTOBACCO
Within the last two years the "roll-your-own" idea has
spread amazingly. Thousands of men have learned that
their own hand-rolled "1bul"Durham cigarettes have a fresh-
ness and fragrance impossible to obtain in any other
way. Made exclusively from mild,
ripe Virginia-North Carolina "bright" .*~
tobacco leaf, "Bull" Durham is . .
unique in its mellow-sweet flavor.
Try it once and you'll smoke it
always.a
Ask for FREE package of "pagers" with each Sc sack
FREE An Ilustrated 1
correct way to "Roll Your ~r;
Own" Cigarettes, and a i~
package of cigarette papers,a
will both be mailed, free, to'
any address in U, S. on request. "
{Address "Bull" Durham, . > zt
Durham, N. C. Room 1400. t- - -
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
reient Sends Bishop to Pittsburg GLOTES;
Librarian W. W, Bishop has been for men, bieat known makes at ret
chosen by President Harry B. Hutchins able prices, on sale by N. F. Ally
to represent the university at 'a Joint C6.9 main street, we(

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09 S. 31.1in

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Leave Copy Leave Copy
at at
Quarry's and ;Students'
The DeltaAD E RT S N Supply Store
LOST LOST
LOST-Fraternity pin, name ingraved, LOST - Monday morning between
Floyd B. Brown. Reward for re- Gamma Phi Beta and West hall A.
turn. 1443 Washtenaw ave. A. Waterman pen with gold band.
novll=12-13 Finder please call 373.
LOST--Grey light overcoat with black
velvet collar, f'rom Rlothchild's. Re- LS- o slide rule between engi-
w ard. Call 39E1 or 910 Cornwell neering building and State street,
Plc. with name C. E. Gill on case. Finder
_______________-leave at Daily office. nov12-14
LOST-MToore non-leakable fountain -
pen. 917 State street. 2450-J. LOST-A pearl Phi Delta Theta
novl2-13 badge. Phone 544-R. nov9-10-11-12

faculty c the A l 'craiy n est ry of-
lay :\liss 11o c<a-tiu i an is tetit
ta fauly \.spv _. Cherom
oremin roMte Cancaogrens-
waero wrnsrvd

To Lecture on Vacies and Serums
Dr. Severance Burrage will give an
illu strated lecture on the manufacture
of vaccines and serums in the amphi-
theatre of the chemistry and pharmacy
building at 4:00 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon, under the auspices of the
Prescott club. Dr. Burrrage was form-
erly professor of bacteriology at Pur-
due, an.d is now connected with the
biological farmns of Eli Lilly and Co.,
of Indianapolis, Indiana.
1)ean Bates Campatigns for Union
Dean Henry MI. Bates, of the Law
school, left for the west Wednesday
evening in behalf of the Michigan
Union camnpaig-n. Dean Bates will
visit Mtilwaukee,; Minneapolis and Dum-
luth in the course of his trip and it is
expected that he will return to Ann
Arbor sometime Sunday.
Pianos to rent. Prices and pianos
right, at Schaeberle & Son's Mlusic
Hlouse, 110 South Main street. oct~tf

lMean Vaughan's Book Out Monday
"A Journal of Laboratory and Clin-
ical Methods," the new publication of
which Dean Victor C. Vaughan, of the
Medical school is editor-in-chief, will
appear for the second time on Mon-
day. One of the outstanding features
of this second issue will be an article
on the "Abderhalden Test," a blood
test used for diagnostic purposes, by
Dr. J. Bronfen-Brenner, who is con-
neeted with the Western Pennsylvania
hospital of Pittsburg.
Sophoamore to Take Penn (name Movies
Motion pictures of the Michigan-
Pennsylvania game will be taken by
Theodore Williams, '17, who is an ex-
perienced operator, having worked for
the Gaumont company several sea-
sons. Williams is under contract to
take 1,000 feet of film for the Majestic
theater, where it will be produced on)
November 18, 19, 20 and 21.
In futu.re all cars stop at Goodyear's
Drug Store. tf

(:eebration of the 80th birthday of An-"
Irew Carnegie and the 15th anniver-
saxv of the founding of the Carnegie
Inst.5it"ute of Technology at .Pittsburg,
Psi., on November 23 and 24.
'roil. ne Gives ]Extension Lecture
P'rof. R. AM. Wenley, of the philosophy
deprtmntlectured Thursday even-
la tNiles, Michigan., on, "Changing
Ameica" This lecture was given in
conn:'ection with the university- exten-
sion service.
118 11harmic Social Committee Xamned
Soph pharmics met yesterday and
the president, Don Cross, appointed a'
social committee, consisting of G. J.
Fischer, chairman; J. L. Powers and
Miss Frances S. Luke.
° erituckly Club Meets This Afternoon
Kcmtucky club will hold a meeting
at the Union at 5:00 o'clock this after-
noon for the purpose of electing offi-
crs'- for the ensuing year. Arrange-
ametk ill also be made .at this time
for- a Tansgiving banquet and for
rharterlag, special car home, Christ-
Puny your Mazda lamps at Switzer's,

This year, the. same as last yeas
"We'll be there." Stark Taxicab Cc
2255. oct5t
1916 LITS, ATTE~iTION!
An impression seems to have bee,
spread that a certain photographe
had been selected to take the Senic
Lit Students pictures for the Mich:
ganensian. This is erroneous. W~
have a contract to take pictures fo
the Michiganensian and the Boar
will accept our pictures of Seniors c
any department. Randall & Pacl
121 E. Washington street.
Typewriters of all makes, rebut;
And second-hand, for sale at $10.0
upwards. *Liberal terms, Typewriter
of all makes for rent, $1.50 per montb
four months, $5.00 and upward. V
make a specialty of Underwood -typ(
writers and "Everything for the Typo
writer." 0. D. Mofrili, 322 South Stal
street (over Baltimore Dairy Lunch
oct31-e(
- nov9-10-11-12.7

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are made of KOA WOOl), a ;cies0 ln-aln airnv
It is exceedingly b~eamtifnl int,jpeamcadcaalofa-
partingthsen anigtesno noyt eLi'a
We are State Agents torteGnineM im o Uuee

116 S. Main St. Poe10
UKULELES FROM $65500 UP a "EET NrRITIN

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Call Lyndon ;for good
Dancing classes and pr
at the Packard Academy.

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