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!THE NMICHQIIJ N. DAIL t

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Ing Clotlics

This cut represents our Full Dress
ts made by the Stein Mlock Co.
i which are offered at a special
:e for the holidays at $35.00.

'll Dress Coats
'uxedo Coats
ull Dress Pantaloons
ull Dress Vests ..
ull Dress Suits

. $25.00
. 25.00
. 6.50
. 3.50
. 35.00

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YOUR SUIT

THIS 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.

ese Suits are all made by the Stein 35och Co.
we will sell you any part of the suit at
above price, these we carry in stock and
this season's style.

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FASHION PARK
AD)LER-ROCHESTER
CLOTHCRAFT
$15 to $35

LINDENSCHMITT APFEL & CO., Main St.
oyal -' Tallored
- -3THES
.00 -OW
Call and look over our Special at $22.00, any style
308 So
A MPUS BOOTE RY State st.

Make your Christmas Selections
From our fine line of
rfurnes, Brushes. Traveller's Sets, Shaving
Helps, and other good sundries

EBER ACH f SON

CO. 200-202 E. lfborty St.

MWWWA

nOur

C HRISTMAS shopping
cares can be delight-
fully lessened by a few
moments' refreshment in
the

ecialty is making
Eye Exam inations-
ng scientifically and
y the glasses your eyes

;

shop facilities enable me to
ke your glasses, giving you
ick service.
Ve grind lenses.
EMIL H. ARNOLD
O tometrist-Opticia
Arnold & co., Jewelers, 220S. Main St
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4Teas,[Salad s, Ice]
Creams, Ices,.Dainties,
an d Luncheons Ser-
ved at any moment
f rom 8:00 to 5:00 -
Saturday till 9:00 p.m.

:PROF. LURCH REELECTED
AS ARCHITECT OFFICIAL
Society Sends Requestto "Carnegie
Foundation of Learning" For
Survey of Sehools
Prof. Emil Lorch, head of the ar-
chitectural college, has lately re-
turned from Washington, D. C., where
he attendedthe annual meeting of the
Collegiate Architectural Association,
and the American Institute of Archi-
tects. Professor Lorch was re-elect-
ed vice-president of the former so-
ciety. He is also a member of the
executive committee.
The Collegiate Architectural so-
ciety is an organization of the ten
leading architectural schools through-
out the country. Its purpose is the
promotion of architectural education
and the raising of the standard of ar-
chitectural teaching. Michigan, which
was influential in organizing the so-
ciety, is ranked among the leading
schools, among which are: Harvard,
Pennsylvania, Cornell, Columbia and
Illinois.
At the meeting of the association
the request was forwarded to the Car-
negie Foundation of Learning for a
survey of schools teaching architec-
ture in the United States. Questions
of teaching methods and of adminis-
tration were brought up and discuss-
ed. The architectural exhibit, to
which ten schools contribute, will be
circulated throughout the country and
will probably be shown here at Mich-
igan sometime in February.
ALPHA NU SOCIETY TO TRY OUT
SPEAKERS IN MIDWEST DEBATE
Alpha Nu Debating society will hold
its tryouts for the Mid-West Debating
teams at 7:30 o'clock Thursday even-
ing, in the society rooms in Univer-
sity hall.
The question for this debate is,
"Resolved, That the Federal Govern-
ment should own and operate all pub-
lic service telephone and telegraph
systems in the United States, con-
stitutionality waived." Speakers will
be given 10 minutes in which to pr-
sent their views. Those intending to
tryout should notify H. B. Teegarden,
'17, at once.,
At tomorrow's meeting a new sec-1
retary will also be elected to fill va-
cancy arising. At the last meeting
W. T. Adams, '17, was elected dele-
gate to the Oratorical board for the
remainder of the year.
PAGE FIVE..... ...... .........
NAME CHAPERONES FOR SENIOR1
LAW DANCE THURSDAY NIGHT
Prof. E. N. Durfee and Mrs. Dur-1
fee, and Dr. H. H. Cummings andI
Mrs. Cummings will act as chaperonesi
at the dancing party which will be
given on Thursday evening by the se-c
nior law class at Granger's academy.
A five-piece orchestra has been pro-
-ured to furnish the music, while the
larsity quartet will furnish features.
Jancing for the occasion, which is
being advertised as a Santa ClausI
Trot, will continue from 9:00 to 1:00
o'clock.<
Shirts made to order.-G. H. Wilu
Company. State St. Tailors.

For Winter

Mallory
Soft Hats

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Giving you the shade you want
when you want it-the shape
you want-the fit you need, and
a hat that stands out above the
crowd, is what makes our hat
service unusual.
The Newest Mallorys-
are in pearl-green, mix-
ed and plain green

It's almost that way with clothes. it's a matter of
chance many times. We prefer that you know
.deflnitely about your clothes. You will buy FIT-
FORM.
FITFORW is made by the best clothing firm in the
country and in so careful a manner that we want
you to wear these suits for style and for good
making. If you are dissatisfied, notify us and we
will make good.
A guarantee is given us that when FITFOR1
goes wrong or does not wear right that we can
give you a new suit in its place. We stand back
of what you buy from us and the manufacturer
backs us up.
The price you pay, the value you get, are all im.
portant to us as well as to you. FITFORM at $15,
$18, $20, $22.50 and up to $30 is everything that
price calls for.

Most of us don't know. We have
not made the choice o f a road.

ADVANCE STYLES IN

Priced at

COME IN

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'DN N:_F NG MEN

$3.00

TOM CORBETT

Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
THE BIG STORER100-202 Main Street
Where Are You Going?

116 E. Liberty St.

Young Men's Clothier

(Second Floor)'

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Prof. Jerome C. Knowlton fli
Prof. Jerome C. Knowlton, of the
law department, was not able to meet
his classes in contracts yesterday be-
cause of a severe cold. Professor
Knowlton was under the doctor's care
all day, and whether or not he will
be able to hold classes today depends
entirely upon his condition this morn-
ing.
"'TENTION S TJDES1!"
For quick MESSENGER CALL see
last ad on BACK OF TELEPHONE DI-
RECTORY. Phone 795. 4'17E,
Learn the new fox trot at the
Packard Academy. Nov. 20-tf
Maize and Blue c iocolates at Bloom-
field's. dacl

GLOVES
for men, best known makes at reason-
able prices, on sale by N. F. Allen &

Branch Salesroom
Next to Delta
'CHANGES NEEDED IN
RURAL SCHOOLS
(Continued from Page Four)
wooden plow.
"With even as little as $100,000 a
year for two or three years we could,
I believe, conduct a campaign for a
new kind of rural school that would
work little less than a revolutjon in
rural life."
Referring to the taming of rivers
for practical use, MIr. Lane-said "No
one can take the yearly toll of lives
lost and of property destroyed by the
furious and unrestrained sweep of our
rivers without realizing that the
people of this country cannot regard
themselves as owning this land until
they have brought these waters under
subjugation. I am not speaking with-
out authority, for a year ago we en-
woyed a visit from the renowned build-
er of the Assuan dam, Sir William
Wllcocks, who has spent his life as
a river tamer. And after he had seen
our problem he sighed with regret
that it might not be his fortune to see
the day that he said would surely
come when the valley of the Mississip-
pi would be another valley of the Nile,
only greater in area and more per-
fectly adapted to the white man's life.

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©J., Main street.

wed-eod

Go to C. H. Major & Co for wall-
paper, paints, oils, varnishes, etc.
Phone 237. edtdec21
Have you got our number? Flop
our phone directory. There it is!
255 Stark.

IN I

"Fitform is Good Form"

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Enjoy the Pure Flavor
)y rolling your cigarettes WIth
papers-the universal choice o
experience, because of supreme
Q venience and satisfaction.
(Pronounced: REE-LAH-KRO3
FAMOUS CIGARETTE PA
Their texture is so pure, light a3
combustion so perfect--that there
not the least trace of paper-taste
in th=e cigarette smoke.
They never burst in
rolling and hold
Sperf'ect shape,
because of
tensile
ctrength
and riaturat
F adhesive-
ness. Made
1~of te bs
Sflax-line-a v.I
p oduct -- J , C
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Riz La Cron
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LPERS

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FO- FRRENT I LOST

MOR 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-
colm. nov16tf
OR RENT-A single room on second
floor at 325 East Jefferson. Phone
1316-R. dec14,1'5,16
WANTED.
ANTED-Typewriting of all kinds.
Let us typewrite your thesis. Even-
son & Hyde, the Student Firm. Op-
posite Huston's, upstairs.
dac10-11-12-J415
A N T E D - Position - Competent
white woman, wishing to cook in a
fraternity or take charge of kitchen.
Fine references. Inquire City Y. W.
C. A. Telephone 1108. deel5to-?

LOST-Gold hoop ear-ring between
Washtenaw and Hill street, and Wil-
liam and State streets. Please re-
turn to Watkins, 1485-M, and receive
reward. dec12-14-15
LOST-Embryology notes, between
Church street and New Science bldg.
Please phone 18. T. W. Adams.
dec14,15,16

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SWAIN
7t3 East Univ.

Makes Plain and Colored Lantern Slides
from Negatives. Objects or Any Sort of
an Illustvation in Monochrone or Color.
Does rechni al Photographic Work. If
it's a Difficult Job, Ask him about it.

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is
T.wo intere-zing, illustrated
Bo)k~el' -or~e abontRI?. LA
Ci _retez Papers, the ether show-
.::l 0,,O.n° cigarcttes-Mnt,
atrpi.4. Addre,-s he American
,.U1, .'84t Broo~e Street, N. Y.~

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Christmas. is Near

FOUND

The Popular "Ukulele" would make a splendid Present for
anyone who loves good music.
It is a facsimile of the Spanish Guitar. No music in all the world
has gained such rapid and favorable popularity.
We are State Agents for the genuine Nunes & Sons' Instrument.
Competent Instructors

FOUND-Saturday afternoon, near1

Business Opportunity The Inn Keeper. A new booklet
Just right for two students. $4,000 by Mr. Lloyd C. Douglas, acceptable
takes established business clearing holiday gift, published and for sale by
over $200 per month. If you mean the James Foster House of Art. Price
business, write Michigan Daily, Box 15 cents. edtdec21

CRINNELL BROSh

1 6 S. Main St. Phone 1707

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