rilE MICHIGAN DAILY.
The Fact That
are frequently worn for two and more saasons
men, is not men-
tioned as unusual,
but is significant
of the service and
by most particular
$16.00 to $35.00
TfHIS season's style demands
form-fitting clothes. That
makes it absolutely necessary that
experts work on your suit from the
start. And of course, you require
all wool materials, in your choice
of shade, fabric, and cut.
You'll get just what you want
at The Big Store.
E CThe$t E&-C.och Co.. 1915.
LINDENS CHMITT APF EL & CO., Main St.
oyal - Tailored
Call and loos over our Special at $22.00, any style
CA MPUSOOTERY stat. st.
THI EBERBACH f SON COMPANY
Scientific Apparatus, Chemicals and Student Laboratory Supplies
for Biology, Histology, Bacteriology, Pathology, and Anatomy
THE EHERSACH ft LSON
CO. 200-208 E. Liberty St.
Needed in Our
My specialty is making
Drugless Eye Exam inations-
determining scientifically and
accurately the glasses your eyes
Shop facilities enable me to
make your glasses, giving you
We grind lenses.
EMIL H. ARNOLD
with Arnold & Co., Jewelers, 220 S. Main St.
A SMART COLLAR
WITH A COMFORT-
ABLE LOW FRONT
2 Por. 25#
Typewriting, mimeographing. Type-
writers of all makes for sale or rent.
O. D. Morrill. 322 South State street
(over Baltimore Dairy Lunch).
719 N. University. octlosat-sun
MANAGERS TO MEET
All Classes Expecting to Enter Teams
in Tournament Must Be
All men who have been appointed
as managers of class indoor basebal
teams are to meet at 5:00 o'clock this
afternoon in the Intramural office of
the Athletic association in the Press
building on Maynard street.;
In case any class president has not
yet appointed a representative to take
charge of this sport, he should do so
at once, so that the manager appointed
can be represented at the meeting this
afternoon. No class which is not rep-
resented at that time can be admitted
to the tournament, as full plans and
schedules for the league will be
worked out this afternoon.
It is especially urged in case the
president has not made any appoint-
ment for this position, that either the
athletic committee or another officer
of the class get in touch with the pres-
ident at once so that the class may
be represented -in the league.
In the event that the classes do
not take enough interest in this new
the meeting this afternoon, so that
not enough classes are entered to
make the competition worth while,
a second attempt to get the class-
es together will not be made, but the
opportunity will be turned over to
the fraternities, who would welcome
the advent of a fraternity indoor
No longer can the festively inclined
members of the older classes bluff
their way into the freshman parties.
President Cecil W. Miller, '19, has de-
volved a scheme whereby all who are
present will be fully accredited mem-
bers of the 1919 class.
At the first lit party, which will
be held in Barbour gymnasium on
Saturday afternoon, the only means of
entrance will be by exhibiting as cre-
dentials the treasurer's receipt for col-
All arrangements have been maae to
have this party a complete success.
The chaperons and matrons will be:
President Harry B. Hutchins and Mrs.
Hutchins, Dr. A. G. Hall and Mrs. Hla
Dr. J. F. Scott and Mrs. Scott, Dean J
R. Effinger and Mrs. Effinger, Dean
Myra B. Jordan, Miss Alice Evans, Miss
Marion O. Wood, Miss E. L. Gates, so
cial head of Newberry residence, and
Mrs. G. H. Beggs, social head of Mar-
tha Cook building.
Dancing will be the chief means of
entertainment for the party, which
will continue from 2:30 o'clock until
5:30 o'clock, and a short program will
be presented by members of the class.
Miss Gypsey Dysert, '19, chairman of
the social committee, will be in charge
while her assistants are: Gerald F
Nye, '19, L. A. Lundquist, '19, and
James J. Beckman, '19. The men are
to use the upstairs door, while the wo-
men will enter the basement.
Harvard Men Give Odds on Yale Gam
Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 18.-In spite
of the advice of Coach Haughton and
ex-Captain Brickley to the contrary
the Harvard students are offering
odds on the Yale game. These twc
men give Harvard only an eve
chance to beat the regenerated Yal
eleven, but nevertheless odds of 10 tc
7 are being offered.
Once in a while you may be in need
of something we do not carry-some
article that is just a little different
from any in our stocks and which for
special reasons you prefer.
Do not hesitate to tell us. We will
get what you want.
While all our merchandise is selected
with the utmost care as to quality and
we aim to have selections large enough
to meet every preference, yet we real-
ize that occasionally you may have
a need or desire for some particular
item and do not like to substitute.
Our experience and knowledge of
rnerchandise is at your disposal-at
all times you are at liberty to call,
upon us for impartial advice whenl
making a choice whether from goods
at this store or elsewhere.
And when you have something in mind
that is not here, we will get it. Take
advantage of this service freely. We
consider it a favor to have the privi-
lege of serving you.
All Overcoats are Good
Because They Keep You Warm
Some overcoats don't look right when worn. That's
not the kind we sell. We want your overcoat business and
you will tell us we deserve it on ac-
count of the style features, the becom-
ingness of these .ITFORM overcoats.
For driving, auto riding, for cold weath-
er, we have large, roomy ulsters, So-
inch length. The collar covers the ears
and besides that, the collar is adjust-
These FITFORM overcoats warrant
a your inspection. More than that, your
enthusiasm and admiration. They are
your kind of coats. They are easy to
Tut on,; they don't bind you, and at
the same time your appearance is that
of being well dressed.
Of rough surface cloth made for
\ warmth you can't buy better coats any-
Theesame range of price prevails.
$rs buys a good coat, $20 a better one,
$25 still more desirable, and at $30
V .the real cream of the season.
- - Tom Corbett'
116 E. Liberty
Young Men's Clothier
$15 to $35
Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
THE BIG STORE 200-202 Main Street
CHEMISTRY CLASS TAKES TRIP
TO PLANTS IN THREE CITIES
Three days will be spent by the
members of the class in chemical
technology of carbon compounds, in
visiting plants in Midland, Saginaw,
and Bay City.
The itinerary'of the trip, which will
take up November 25 and 26, is as fol-
lows: DuPont Powder company, wood
alcohol plant; Sommers Bros. Match
company; North American Chemical
company, manufacturers of chlorates;
German-American Sugar company;
Michigan Chemical company, and Dow
Chemical company, manufacturers of
bromine and iodine products.
Prof. L. H. Cone, of the chemistry
department, will address the class on
November 24, and will describe the
plant of the Dow Chemical company,
at Midland, Mich.
AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
TO HOLD NOVEMBER MEETING
309 S. Main
814 S. State
"A Study of the Hydrochloric Con-
centration Cell with Respect to Activ-
ity and Concentration, Boundary Po-,
tential, and Transport Numbers," is
the title of a paper to be read by Dr.
A. L. Ferguson, of the chemistry de-
partment, at the November meeting of
the Michigan branch of the American
Chemical society, which will be held in
room 151 of the chemistry building No-
vember 23, at 4:15 o'clock.
At the business meeting which will
follow, officers for the ensuing year
will be elected.
Indiana Practices in Circus Tent
Lafayette, Ind., Nov. 18.-The fact
became known here today that the Uni-
versity of Indiana foot ball team is
holding secret practice in a circus tent.
Inside, a regulation gridiron with goal
posts has been laid out.-
Wolber to Address Physics Colloquium
Joseph G: Wolber, '15, will speak on
"Accurate Methods of Making Conduct-
tivity Measurements" at the next phy-
sics colloquium, to be held in the
east physics room at 4:15 o'clock next
House party time is drawing nigh.
See us for party Taxi Service. We
have the equipment. We are prepared
to take care of you efficiently. Stark
Taxicab Co. Phone 2255. novj6tf
AT THE THEATRE
The Boston English Opera company
comes to the Whitney Theatre on Mon-
day, Nov. 22 in its greatest achieve-
ment, the original all star revival of
the world's favorite comic opera,
"The Bohemian Girl." For artistic
tnd tradicitional completeness this per-
formance was never surpassed..
The ballads, "Then You'll Remember
Me," "The Heart Bowed Down," "I
Dreamt That I Dwelt in Marble Halls,"
and "Bliss Forever Past" have brought
to the "Bohemian Girl" the proud title
of the world's greatest comic opera.
But it is not entirely upon the beauty
of a half dozen numbers that the pop-
ularity of the "Bohemian Girl" rests.
The choruses are just as popular. The
Gypsies in their quaint dress with
their rollicking songs and manners,
deserve special mention.
The story likewise is unusually in-
teresting, and the stage settings are of
particular beauty, but the one thing
on which hinges the popularity of the
'Bohemian Girls," is the fact that there
is always something doing from the
time the curtain goes up until the end
of the opera. The interest never lags.
Young and old find it equally inter-
esting. In short, it makes its appeal
straight to the heart.
For brilliant prints from your neg-
atives have them made on Cyko paper
at Hoppe's Studio.
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Daily Corrects Mistake of Yesterday
In the list of names of Daily adver-
tisers the name of Wagner & Co., and
the Whitney Theatre were left out by
mistake. Both of these concerns have
liberally patronized the Daily in their
advertising appropriations, and The
Michigan Daily recommends the shows
at the Whitney and the clothes at Wag-
ner's to be of the best.
Make yourself at home in the Big
Store, Reule, Conlin & Fiegel.
A fresh hand-rolled cigarette of "Bull" Durham
makes a smoke that's as lively and brisk as a pure-
ivory billiard ball. "Bull" Durham has the alert, healthy,
youthful taste-the snap and sparkle that give the
punch to a cigarette. That's why so many more
thousands of live smokers have become "roll-your-
own" enthusiasts during the last few years.
No other tobacco has the unique, m-iw-sweet mildness
and the delightful aromatic fragrance of Bull" Durharm
Made exclusively from 'mild, ripe
Virginia -North Carolina "bright'
tobacco leaf, "Bull" Durham has
that distinctive quality which has
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THE'AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
Lost-November 1, Boston Bull ter-
rier wearing harness. Reward for his
return to 1044 Tordon Road. Tele-
phone 2258. Nov. 17-18-19.
WANTED-Roommate, 319 Thompson
street; price reasonable. Call 1167-J.
FOR RENT-Three fine office rooms,
suitable for a doctor or dentist; all
piped and wired; guaranteed steam
heat. 1713-MOR, 1661-J. J. K. Mal-
Dancing classes and private lessons
at the Packard Academy.
It can accompany the most difficult music written,
as well as the simpler gems.
To Any One Learning.
The pleasure derived from the Ukulele in a few
weeks' tuition far excels that of any other instrument.,
WE ARE STATE AGENTS FOR THE GENUINE
CRINNELL BROS. MUSIC HOUSE
116 S. Main St. COMPETENT INSTRUCTORS. UKULELES FROM $6.00 UP. Phone 1707
Shirts made to order.-G. H.
Company. State St. Tailors.
Wilu ' EXCLUSIVE
yovoig men's haberdashery on sale
N- F. Allen & Co., Main street.
2255 2255 2255 2255
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