rHE MICHIGAN DAIL-. PA
COME ON I
When you're tiut looking for your Winter
Oi ercoat, just .(ay this store a visit. We don't
ask you to favor us, but we do insist that you'll
regret slighting us.
There isn't a finer, smarter or complete
showing of Overcoats than ours in Town and
wefll show you prices that you can't beat any-
It's time to get a good Scrap Book,
so well made that it will last all
your life. We have it.
A fellow enjoys
a little music in the
room these Fall days.
Something to put a
little life in the house and a little pep in the room
C A L K IN S'
This Grafonola up in the corner has a good spring that won't
bust right away. Besides it will play all the large dance records,
and then some. The regulating tone leaves makes it so that
the music can not be heard outside of the room. The motor runs
like a top and is as silent as a twin six. Come in and take a
look at it. We'll make terms that will -suit your monthly al-
lowance from dad. Its a dandy at $17.50.
324 S. State Street
Wadhams & Co's Corner
and gain the admiration of all
by having your next suit
ARTHUR F, MARQUARDT
516 East William St. Phone 1422-i
CERCLE FRANCAIS PLANS
PROGRAM FOR THE YEAR
Phillip Bursley to Lecture on Russia
December 1; Other Speakers
Instructor Phillip E. Bursley's illus-
trated lecture on Russia December 1,
will be the first of a series of lec-
tures to be given by the Cercle Fran-
Although no definite dates have been
announced it is probable that the next
number will be an 'address on the
Provencal by Dr. E. L. Adams. Later
in the year Prof. Hugo P. Thieme will
speak on French civilization, and Prof.
A. G. Canfield, head of the French de-
partment, is to lecture on Joan of
Arc. Mr. H. V. Wann, of the French
department, will talk on the Balkan
situation. Mr. Wann's remarks will
be the more interesting due to the fact:
that he has spent a number of years
in the Balkan country.
In addition to these numbers the
Cercle expects to bring several other
prominent lecturers to Ann Arbor.
MEMBERS OF DEBATING SQUAD
HOLD TRYOUTS ON MONDAY
FRONT FITS CRAVAT KNOT
PERFECTLY. 2 for 25c
CLUETT. PEABODY a CO.. IWGC.. MAKERS
GLEE CLUB PLANS FOR
BIG CONCERT ON OEC.1O
To Feature "The Crusaders," Fine
Classical Number, at First Ap-
pearanice of Year
Featuring two special quartets and
presenting everything from the snap-
piest of ragtime to the best of classi-
cal music, the Glee club is sure to
please everyone at the big concert to
be given by the combined Glee and
Mandolin clubs in Hill auditorium
One of the features of the program
will be, "The Crusaders," a difficult
classical number. Nothing like this
piece has ever before been attempted
by a Michigan club, but unusual inter-
est is being shown in its preparation
and it will be ready in time for the
Several changes have been made in
the personnel of the club since the
first list was published in The Daily
after the tryouts. Fifteen of the men
picked at first were found to be in-
eligible and dropped from the club.
M. C. Wood, '17, F. P. Surgenor, '16,
and H. N. Schmidt, '16, have been add-
Tryouts are being held this week
for two quartets, the Midnight Sons
and the Varsity Quartet. The compe-
tition for places on these is very keen
and the management will not be able
to announce who will comprise them
until next week.
NEWBERRY WOMEN MAKE RULES
Plan for Informal Dance Every Month
and a Tea Weekly
Lunches, Candies, Sodas
A ilmendinger 's iusicShop
122 E. Liberty, Sft.
When Down Town try our
NOTHING BUT THE BEST
Your good appearance has a definite value .to you.
Be critical; be very particular when you buy your suit this
It's the hand-tailoring that counts in the every day
wear. We recommend these FITFORM suits for that reason.
They are made in a precise and careful manner and have snap,
and style to them.
Take advantage of the large assortment and get
your pick of the choicest patterns.
You can buy a. serge for dress or any of the dark,
neat patterns in worsteds and cassimeres and ydu will be
dressed up. Anything you buy of FITFORM is becoming. A.
great variety to select from.
__ _ .
M E N'S and Women's
Fraternities and Clubs
may obtain new table linens
and napkins at substantially
lower prices in our
Included are the celebrated
Shamrock Linens made by
John S. Brown & Sons in
Belfast. The sale is an important
one, for it will be quite impossible
for us to duplicate present prices
after November 24th.
SEE THE GREATEST
SUNDAY, NOV. 14
Seats - lOc
SECUREA. ROSS HILL AS
Uni-rersity of Missouri Head
dress Graduating Class in
Auditorium June 29
EMMA GOLDMAN TALKS TODAY
Anarchist Will Speak This Afternoon
Emma Goldman, the anarchist, will
take the platform in the Modern
Woodmen's hall this afternoon and
this evening. At 3:00 o'clock in
the afternoon she will speak on,
"Nietzsche, the Intellectual Storm
Center of the World." At 8:00 o'clock
in the evening she will speak on,
"Birth Control-Why and How Small
Families Are Desirable." The discus-
sions in which the audience will enter
after the lectures promise to be full
of life and spirit, in view of the fact
that the speaker is so forceful in her
Craftsman Club Will not Meet Tonight
The regular meeting of Craftsman
scheduled for this evening, has been
postponed until November 20, in or-
der that its members may attend the
Taft lecture in Hill auditorium.
Lyndon's for Kodaks, films, finish-I
ing. Open Sundays, 9:30 to 4:30 only.
A. Ross Hill, president of the Uni-
versity of Missouri, has been secured
as the commencement orator, accord-
ing to an announcement made by
President Harry B. Hutchins yester-
day. The title of President Hill's ad-
dress, which will be given on June 29
in Hill auditorium has not been de-
cided upon as yet.
President Hill is well known to
members of the faculty and others in-
terested in philosophical and phycho-
logical circles. He has been connect-
ed with various educational institu-
tions in the United States, having act-
ed in numerous capacities in the field
of philosophy and physchology. He
was dean of the College of Arts and
Sciences at Cornell university in 1907-
08, from which he received his ap-
pointmentstotthespresidency of the
Missouri state institution.
President Hill is the author of the
Epistenological Function of the
"Thing in Itself," in Kant's philos-
ophy, besides having contributed nu-
merous educational articles to various
He received his Ph D. from Cornell
in 1895, following several years spent
abroad at the Universities of Heidel-
berg, Berlin and Strassburg.
Members of the Central league de-
bating squad will not meet until Mon-
day afternoon and evening, at 4:00 and
7:00 o'clock, in room 302 N. W. Ac-
cording to a process of elimination,
several men will be chosen from those
who speak, who will prepare speeches
for further trials.
Those who have been delegated to
meet at 4:00 o'clock are: Pinney,;
Sheerin, Lisle, Houseman, Frankel,1
Cohn, Hutton, Michelson, Stoddard,
Levin, Teegarden and Brucker. At the
evening session Lawrence, Adams,
Goodwin, Munter, Cotton, Baunen,
Ramsdell, Eger, Bachus, Harris,
Springstun and Loebbers will be given
a chance to try out.
Each speaker will be allowed eight
minutes to present his argument, and
at each of these meetings, of which
this is the first, a number of men will
be cut from the squad.
MONTANA CLUB TAKES STEPS
FOR PERMANENT ORGANIZATION
Montana club held a meeting last
night at the Michigan Union, and con-
sidered plans for a permanent organ-
ization for all men from the Treasure
Louis F. Dahling, '16L, presided as
chairman of the meeting and outlined
the general purposes and aims of the
new organization. A committee on or-
ganization consisting of W. E. Tal-
cott, '16L, J. R. Cotton, '16, and Louis
F. Dahling, '16L, was appointed to
draw up a constitution and take
steps towards campus recognition,
which will be presented at the regular
meeting to be held Tuesday, November
23, at the Michigan Union.
Plans for a "get-together-smoker"
to be held on that. date were also con-
sidered, after which the meeting re-
solved itself into a social session and
Offer to Buy Southern Pacific Stock
Chicago, Nov. 12.-It is announced
that a syndicate has made an offer to
the Pennsylvania railroad to buy up
its stock in the Southern Pacific road,
of which it holds 340,324 shares. The
price tendered is said to be satisfac-
tory and negotiatigns are now active-
ly on foot.
The women of Newberry residence
have drawn up a set of house rules
which will last for the year. The wom-
en are permitted three engagements a
week; the members of the freshman
class lose two nights of the week-end
by going out one night during the
week, while the members of the other
classes may take their engagements as
they wish. All must register with Mrs.
Gates, social director, upon going out,
and with Evelyn Moore, '17, fire mar-
shal, if they are to be gone over night.
A social program has been outlined
which includes an informal dance
about once a month and a tea on
Thursday from 4:00 to 5:00 o'clock.
Tea is served informally every after-
noon in the parlors. Wednesday and
Friday nights there are guest dinners.
The women are allowed any number
of guests, but are required to register
at least three hours before the meal
at which the guest is to be present.
The aim behind all these plans is to
give Michigan women the social ele-
ment of college life which has been
lacking up to the present time. The
women are made to feel that they are
hostesses at each function. The plans
so far have proved successful.
P. S. Best Sustains Injuries of Spine
Paul S. Best, '19, is at present con-
fined to his room with both pedicles
of the fourth and fifth lumbar verte-
brae fractured as the result of a fall
last week. Best was walking over a
rug which covered a highly polished
floor when the rug slipped from under
him and he fell to the floor. At first
it was thought that his injury was not
serious, but an X-ray examination at
the Homeopathic hospital disclosed
the real extent of the injury.
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Conservation of Energy
What Electricity Means
to You in Your Home
Electric Flat Irons
They save many steps in the kitchen
Make the finest toast for breakfast without any fuss or
trouble, and they are always ready.
Take the chill off the room, and do it quickly.
Why use a cold room when it can be easily avoided?
Electric Chafing Dishes
Are the very best things for the long winter evenings.
Think of the Welsh rarebits and other delicacies.
The Detroit Edison Company
Eastern Michigan Edison Division
"HAL" SMITH LEADS IN FIRST
DAY OF POPULARITY CONTEST
LOST-Fraternity pin, name ingraved,
Floyd B. Brown. Reward for re-
turn. 1443 Washtenaw ave.
LOST-A log slide rule between engi-
neering building and State street,
with name C. E. Gill on case. Finder
leave at Daily office. nov12-14
LOST--A Waterman fountain pen on
Campus Thursday. New berry resi-
dence. Phone 2338. nov13-14
FOR SALE--Complete set of home
furniture at 412 Church street; also
a four-year lease of the same house;
easy payments. Phone 718. George
lhc Very 'Best Ukuleles
are made of KOA WOOD, a species of Hawaiian Mahogany.
It is exceedingly beautiful in appearance,,and capable of im-
parting those enchanting tones known only to the natives.
We are State Agents for the Genuine M. Numes & Sons"Ukuleles
CRINNELL BROS. MUSIC HOUSE
116 S. Main St. Phone 1707
UKULELES FROM $6.00 UP-COMPETENT INSTRUCTIONS
"Hal" Smith was in the lead in the
Zal-Gaz-Grotto popularity contest at
the end of the first day's competition.
This contest is being staged as a part
of a monster indoor circus under the
auspices of No. 34, Mystic Order Veiled
Prophets of the Enchanted Realm.
The scores made by university men
are as follows:
"Hal" Smith.............. 200
".Joe" Ufer ...............165
George Labadie........... 150
Thomas Soddy ..'.......... 150
John Maulbetsch .......... 129
For quick MESSENGER CALL see
last ad on BACK OF TELEPHONE DI-
RECTORY. Phone 795.. A'17E,
PHI LAMBDA UPSILON ELECTS
NINE MEMBERS FOR SOCIETY
Nine men were elected to Phi
Lambda Upsilon, honorary chemical
society, last night. Membership in the
fraternity is dependant upon scholar-
ship, particularly in chemistry', sub-
jects, and personality. The following
were elected: A. L. Ferguson, in-
structor in general chemistry; R. S.
Archer, '16E; W. C. Dowd, '16; M. A.
Del Valle, '16E; W. A. Miller, '16E;
E.. G. Milham, '16E ; C.. McMillen, '16P;
R. D. Smith, '16E, and I. 3. Smith;
The initiation banquet will be held
next Thursday at the Michigan Union
at 6:00'o'clock in the evening.
Call Lyndon or a good Flashlight'