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October 08, 1915 - Image 7

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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CLOTHES FO]
U. of M. MEN
You will find Cloth
here in The Big Sto
that you know are rig
--Adler's for example.
You will like to loo
over the new weave
shades, and styles th
fashion making firm h
put out.

never out of place because of his clothes, at any time or in
any company. The name "Stein-Bloch" is assur-
ance of correctness, backed by
Lindenschmitt, Apfel & Co.
uthiers and Furnishers MAIN STREET

BOSTONIAN SHOES'
See the New Devon Last
It bears Distincetion
CA MPS BOOTERY
308 8. STATE ST.
HE ESERBACH W SON COMPANY
Scientiflc Apparatus, Chemicals and Student Laboratory Supplies
'or Biology, Histology, Bacteriology, Pathology, and Anatomy'
Hi EERBACH Ca SON CO. ZO-208K.Libertyat.

GEMS AND PRECIOUS STONES
WILL BE SUBJECT OF COURSE
To make the general culture
courses in the university more com-
plete, arrangements are being made
for a study of gems and precious
stones to be given next semester. The
course will be given under the direc-
tion of Prof. E. H. Kraus, of the min-
eralogy department, and will be open
to all students, regardless of scien-
tific preparation. Two hours' credit
will be given and the course will con-
sist mainly of lectures and demonstra-
tions.
INDUSTRIAL FELLOWSHIPS ARE
AWARDED CHEMICAL ENGINEERS
Four industrial fellowships in chem-
ical engineering have been awarded
for the year 1915-191. The fellow-
ships in gas eIgineering, contributed
by the Michigan Gas association, are
to be held by B. A. Standerline, '15E,
and John T. Naylon, '15E. The fel-
lowship maintained by the Acme
White Lead & Color works is held by
Ralph E. Christman, M. S., and a new
fellowship, the gift of the Michigan
Paper Manufacturers' Association, is
held by Franklin E. Ford, '15E.
Jeffersonians to Hold First Meeting
Jeffersonian society will meet for
the first time this year in its rooms in
the law building at 7:30 o'clock to-
night. All the active members are
expected to be present as well as
all other law students interested. The
following program will be given:
"Back Again".....Walter Morris, '16L
"Political Primaries"...........
................Louis Dunten, '16L
"A Few Observations"..The president
"The Monroe Doctrine and its Posi-
tion at the Present Time" ......
.. . .. W. J. Goodwin, '16L
"Neutrality".. ....L. W. Hull, '17L
"The Law Student and the Debat-
ing Society"..C. B. Houseman, '17L
"Impromptu Speeches".........
........ . All the "Jeff's"
German Club to Elect New President
Officers of the general organization
of the Deutcher Verein met last night
in the Verein room in University hall
For the purpose of discussing the elec-
tion of a president, which will take
place shortly. A'meeting open to all
members will be held within the next
two weeks. The date has not yet
been decided.
The present officers are as follows:
Vice-president, Florence C.- Gerber,
16; secretary, Gertrude Seifer, '17;
treasurer, Thomas Lehman, '17; audit-
or, William T. Adams, '17.
Choral Union Aspirants to Gather
Try-outs for membership in the
Choral Union will be held under the
direction of Prof. A. A. Stanley from
1:00 to 4:00 o'clock and from 4:00
to 5:00 o'clock tomorrow at the
Sehool of Music. Former members
should register at once. The first re-
hearsal will be held at 7:00 o'clock
next Tuesday evening.
Pharmacy Assistant Resigns Position
Earl V. Rice, '15P, a former assist-
ant in the school of pharmacy, has
resigned to accept a position with
Eli Whitney & Company manufactur-
ers of drugs and medicines at Indian-
apolis,Ind.
Football Goods, and Gym Supplies
at Wahr's University Bookstore. 1-6
Page & Shaw Chocolates at Tice's
Drug Store, 117 S. Main.

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$18 to $28

Reule, Conlin & F
Corner Main and Washington

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The Little Schoolmaster asks:
BECAUSE it's the most vital
question of the day with refer-
ence to correct a t t i r e and
gentlemanly appearance.
To gratify your every individ-
ual clothes-requirement, have
us send measure, fashion and
woolen choice tok
ED. V. PRICE & CO.
Largest Tailors in the world of
GOOD Made-to-Order Clothes

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"When Good Fellows Get Togeth
You will find fresh-rolled cigarettes of delicious
mellow "Bull" Durham in evidence at banquets, cli
smokers and other social gatherings of men of wealt
prominence and experienced tastes. In the fragra
smoke of this mild, delightful tobacco formality giv
way to congenial good-fellowship. If you would 1
fashionable, expert in the company of connoisseu
you "roll your 'own" -and your tobacco is "Bul
Durham.
GENUINE
"4BULL :D'URHAM
SMOKING- TOBACCO
To millions of experienced smokers there is no oth2
tobacco fragrance comparable to the wonderful, uniqi
mellow-sweet flavor of "Bull" Durham-no other cigareti
so fresh, tasty and satisfying as Ask for FREE
those they roll for themselves packageof "papers"
with this golden --brown, bright with each sc sack.
Virginia-North Carolina tobacco. ..,'

We know how to fit y o u r
purse and your personality.

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Not a mammoth store, I'll admit,
but I deliver goods "just a little
cheaper." My one buck shirts sell
elsewhere for a buck and a half or a
buck and a quarter. Come in and se-
lect from a selection of 100. Davis',
119 South Main street. oct8
Twenty Fatimas and a good 10 cent
cigar are coming to you on the money
you save on a shirt bought at Davis'.
I sell all $1.25 shirts for $1.00. 119
South Main street. oct8
Fraternity China is a specialty of
the firm we represent. Dean & Co.,
Ltd., 214 South Main street. oct8-10-13
Most recent photo of your coach,
Yost, now ready. 25c each. Hoppe.
oct8
PACKARD ACADEDMY
Dancing classes every Monday and
Thursday evening at 7 o'clock, begin-
ning Oct. 7th. Lyndal Hughes, of
Philadelphia, instructor.
Private lessons by appointment.
Halls newly decorated and equipped
for private parties. oct5tf
Engineering students, attention. Get
your shop outfit at Switzer's Hard-
ware. Highest quality tools at lowest
prices.
"Little ideas are usually expressed
in big words." Taxi-Stark-2255.
oct5tf

Roll a "Bull" Durham ciga-
rette today-you will experience
a distinctive forxn of tobacco
enjoyment.
An Illustrated Booklet,
showing correct
FREway to "Roll Your
Own" Cigarettes, and a package
of cigarette papers, will both
be mailed, free, to any address
in U. S. on request. Address
"Bull" Durham, Durham, N. C.
Room 1400.
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO Co.

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The pen particularly designed for'Varsity use.
Its filling device, the famous "Crescent-Filler,"is
on the outside of the pen-easily get-at-able and
always dependable for lecture notes, exams. or study.
The original and by far the simplest of all self-fillers.
All styles - a special point to fit your handwriting.
The Conklin Pen Mfg. Co..
Conklin Bldg., Toledo, Ohio, U.S.A.

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EXCLUSIVE
young men's haberdashery on sale by
N. F. Allen & Co., Main street.
oct6eod
We set glass. C. H. Major & Co., 203
E. Washington street. oct6-7-8-9-10
We are ever at your service with
courteousatreatment and a "square
deal." Wahr's University Bookstore.
This year, the same as last year,
"We'll be there." Stark Taxicab Co.,

Hear the
Hawaiian's
ment. We

genuine "Ukulele " The
beautiful string instru-
are state agents for the

real article. Compare the tone with
imitation"sand then select.*Grinnell
Bros., 116 So. Main street.
Buy our special Yale padlock for
your locker. Swltzer Hardware Co.,
310 South State.
Typewriting and mimeographing at
Hamilton Business College, State and
Williams. oct6-8-12

Grinnell Bros.' Music House
HAV MOVRD TO
116 South Main Street detween Huron
PIANOS FOR SALE AND RENT
Sole Agents in Michigan for M. Nunes & Sons'
Genuine Hawaiin "Ukulele" - the sweetest
toned string instrument made. Ask to hear it.
PHONE 1707

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Offices:
PRESS BUILDING
Across from the Majestic

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