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THE~ MICHIGAN DAILY.

[LY
HIE DRESSES

ethe verdict after you have had
r your tailor, The Suit, the
oat will have a class and swing
that only custom tailoring can
Stepe in and see the fabrics
nodels.
Looking costs notbiig.
G~. If. AVILD ) IWAti
n[;g-Nereliant Tailors State St.
NEW ANQ SEC
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Aldepai
Drawing Instruments..
P. Note Books

Log Log Slide Rules,
" M" Book Racks, Su

SHEEIl
STUDE~NTS' B
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, _Ann Arbor and Jackson.
Cars r un on E"astern time, one hour. faster
an local time.
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-S : io a.
and hourly to 7:1o p. in., 9:10 p. im.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-S :48 a. in. and
'ry two hours to 6:48 p. i.; to Lansing,;
48} P. m
Local Cars, Eastbound-5:35 a. im., 6:40 a. m'.,
:05 a. m.,, and every two hours to 7:05 P.,iW.,
o05 p. M., 9 :05 P. in., TO :45 p. in, To Ypsi-
nti only, 8:48 a. in. (daily except Sunday),
20o a. in., it2:o5 p. nm., 6:o5 p. mn., iil:15 p..
r : j a. in., 1:30 a. .
Local Cars, Westbound-6:12 a. In., 7:50 a.
,and every two hours to 7:50 P. iM.," 10:2+0
Mi., 12 :o a. im.

r THE MICH-IGAN DAILY organized battles that they used to be
I' when the laws scrimmaged the engi-
,. is official newspaper at the Ulniver.,ty of neers through a lane of hostile root-
fMichigan Publish ed eve y morning except
Monday duii ,g the univecsty year ers, each with a club hidden under
his coat. Club-houses, coaches and
I 1 VInered at the postoffice at Ann Arboi as schedules have put them on a much n
+ ) S seondcass imattr
Ii1 I- firmer basis, so that the men inter-
-.offices: Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub- ested can be certain of securing the
'Vsritions: by carrier or mail, $2.50. Want
ad. stations: Quarry's, Students' Supply competition and the exercise so neces-
store, The Delt, cor. Packard and State.
Phones: Business 96; Editorial, a414. sary to an all-around development.
Francis F. MKinney..Managing Editor
John S. Leonard.......... Business Manager no H.flTll
~ 1. Rodgers Sylvester.Assignment FEitor GEORGE11N[ PU~iiTAM
Janmes M. Barrett .......... elcg-'aph Editor
F. P. Wright..................Sports Editor
r.OND- IlIAND E1.."dward Mack ;........ Advertising Manager SIPEAKS IAN THURSDAY
irk White.......Publication Manager State
C, 12.Selhler .ircul..AnManager Sre
$ 0 0 ]K :V.:Sellers...........AccountantFamous ous Pbliher and Lecturer to Sre
C. 'I. Fisbleigh . .Assistant Business Manager Addres1Univiersity Historical
tmefts Night Editors Association
S pleofa1knsVerne Burnett Tdin A Hyian
Joseph J. Lrotherton The Honorable George Haven Put-Pt
naperhaps thegraetlvnpu-+1V
M S ap Books f.C.11,PHeerRlortrs I i sher, will speak on the subject, "Be-
Irwin JonsLtIee Joslyn hind the Guns," at the first lecture of
Michigan Stationery Load W aldctR. HrthaGrythe University Historical association
apples f al kids t Bsines Saffat 7:45 o'clock Thursday evening in
ipphs ofallkind atSarah Caswell Angell hall. The su-
__________________Horne ____ cess of the lecturer at Harvard, Yale
and Princeton has brought his nameHA'inotelmig.
II.I N 5 S__________________________ A wide range of experience, that
BOOKSTORE SUNDAY, OCTOB3ER 17, 1915. las.led him from the ranks of General+
___________________________Sherman in the Civil War to the posi-
_________Night Editor-Edwin A. Hyman tion of head of the famous Putnam & Snpbihn os fNwYri
FACTS AND SENSATIONALISM only a glimpse of his ambitious char-
0 D flWe believe in publicity but not in ater.
H Ui~t H #N B R U S notoriety. Having the welfare of the His latest book, entitled "Memories
University at heart we do not like to of a Publisher," is full of apprecia-
-L see her faults and weaknesses blaz- tion for the work of others. He is an
oned forth in a sensational style, intimate friend of Lord Kitchener andt
AND through the medium of a four-column of George Trevelyan, the great Eng-.
___scarehead, yet that very thing has ish historian.
B O W L INGU been done by a local paper. Even though his eyesight has failed F
Several years ago the -Hop was him in recent years, he has written F l
abolished largely because of the dis- incessantly, dictating his ideas to his
Cantdie1s Cigars Pipes torted reports of a riot that occurred daughter, Miss Ethel Putnam. 1-Fi
when the student body was denied 'ad- The lecturer will be introduced by isoBoth alr, at etPrf a yeo h itoyteat
Our "Tailor-Made" Clothes Cost No More out from Ann Arbor bearing the germ met. The address will be open to the
IThan' the Average "Ready-Made" of sensationalism, until, on reaching students and public in general.
California, they were exaggerated in-
GANSLE, The Tailor to an account of a "raging mob of Rev. Douglas Gives Second Sermon
108 E. Wsilgton St. Second Floor 5,000 students." This is the thing "The Luxury of Being Unashamed"
-__________________ that smirehes the name of the Un- is the title of the second of the series
Qp of afew erstyof sermons by the Rev. Lloyd C. Doug-
minutes and eat some of On the night of the recent student las, which will be given this morning
E.Owy 'tp disturbance one of the local corre- at 10:30 o'clock in the Congregational
GEOR.E'S V~aX spondents called up The Daily and church. The board of trustees of the
WAN KING LOO announced that the news' had gone church have announced. that the ush-
314 . Slte t. Ponel244~~Minto Detroit, but that it would be care- rs will not attempt to reserve seats
fully handled. Careful handling is all for pew-holders longer than 10:35
HEADQUARTERS that we ask for. Let the news be o'clock any Sunday morning.
For TYPRWRITERS of all makes. pulse n aead hlsm
SUPPLIHS, TYPEWRITING andpublshedn aane adwhoesom
MIMEROGRAPHINGat manner, so that erroneous ideas will - ____-DRU(
'0,.D03 MrORRILL'S not be read into the facts. It N I1'l A 11 I A Y C H U R LV H PRESCI
(Ove Bat~mre Lnch 32 S. tat ~ ---No. State aid Huron Sts.
______________________ INTRAMURAL ATHLETICS 10:30-Morning service with ad-
GEO GE ISC OFF Highly' specialized collegiate ath- dress on The Strength of Simplicity.-
letics have received severe criticism 11:45--Social Service Class with WeWele4
FLOZRIST at the hands of the national press, paper on The Woman Question bey
and MVichigan's athletic authorities, Miss 1J. M. Le in. 5, a'
Choice Cut Flowers and Plants seeing the validity of the criticism, 7:30-The Young People's Society 0Cai'S, Bl hn 0- aegn oagetepnepr
220Chain t. ellPhoe 69-MheigoAneogageat exptaese pr-has arranged for illustrated Tlk on
of this side of student life. The plant SuhAriabAr.Wn.obrsn
The Farmfers& Mechanics Bank now in operation is one of the largest UI N I T ARlI A N C H U R C H
and best organized in the country,
South Main Street State Street Office and has been uset as a model by sev- Francis X.- Bushman and Beverly 713,
Corner Huron 330 S. State St. eral other universities. Bayne in "Graustark." Arcade, Tues-
A GOOD STRONG BANK WITH EVERY BANKING NEED Class sports are no longer the un- day. Oct17

Make OUR Store YOUR Store

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(farrr 1~antnurb auni Ulilliunn #trP.Ctg
THE HITS FROM
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Love's Own Sweet Song
Love Has Wings'
Ha-za-za
My Faithful Stradivari
Softly Thro' the Summer Night

iversit~Y Bo
is at your service with a never-failing supply
of Courtesy and a "Square Deal." Also
Cords of New and Second-hand
TEXCT BOOK S
Drawing Instruments and Engineers' Supplies

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. Boric Acid
I Coupons

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Saviogs Bank
sed 1869

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ikal ........... $ 300,000.00
plus.......... $ 150,000.00
ources over .. . .$3,000,000.00
Bank~ing in all branches
in Office, N. W. Corner Main'
and Ihuron Sts.
mth Office, 707 North Uival-
ersity Avenue.
MAN'S JEWELRY STORE
arm Clocks and Michigan Pins
113 S0. MAIN STREET

U L°llm
TO THE
ARRY
G COMPANY
EtIP"TION STORE

I On State
PARTICULAR L)
For
Particular
People
CITY LAUr
THOS. ROWE, F
Detroit Street

AND TRY 'OUR

iese Comnbinaetion Lunch
. M.25c to 7P. M
lichigan Inn
Chop Suey

eome All Especially
N4 RY (PrCOM
TAILORS TO MEF
knnounce the removal of their store
commo~dious quarters at

A

5. 715 i North Vxiversity
Dlr00*tly North of Law 13szldlag

I E. Liberty St.

Opp. the Arc ad is

I _

We are, show-
ing the new-
est models in
FALL FOOTWEAR for, LADIES and GENTS
Special Agents Nettleton Shoes
WAH R'45S4SHOI3STORES
MAIN STREET STATE STREET
The private canoe houses at the. U. CLOTHING
f M1. Boat Livery will close for the from the House of Kuppenheimer on
'inter, Monday, Nov. 1st. Anyone sale by 1. F. Allen & Co., main
ishing to repair or change theoir ca- street. wed-eou
oe, or remove anything from lockers,
tus d s bfoe o 1st -2 "Graustark," the story of love be-
Oct7-1-2021hind the throne.+ Arcade, Tuesday,
---- Oct17a
Come and inspect Weinberg's Coli-
eumn and hear the new electric organ. EXCLUSIVT
rpen for inspection today from 2:00 "young men's haberdashlery on sale by
4:00 p. mn. Admission free. oct17 N. F..Allen & Co., Afain 'street.
_________________oct6eod
A full pound' fresh roasted peanuts - /
r 10 cents at Dean's, 214 S. Main Lyndon's for Kodaks, films, finish-
reet. oct16-17-19-20-21-22 °ing. Open Sundays, 9:30 to 4:30 only.
Sat-Sun
Get our 1)t ,ies on drawing instru--
ents.. 11. L. Switzer Co., 310 South Be'st Vyni Suits in town at Switzer's,
Late.310 _South State.
,Martin guitar"s, mandolins, ukeleles Harry Mestayer in "The Millionaire
;td allusical instruments at Schae- Baby," exciting detective story, at the
Iriel & son's MTusic House, 110 South Arcade,. Monday, Oct17
ain treet. octstf. -__ __
---- Good assortments of china and
Danei g classes and private les- glasswvare found at 214 S. Main street.
uis at the Packard Academy. octl6-17-19-20-21-22

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FIRST NAILI BANK OF ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Capital $IOn,ooo Surplus and Profit $$6; owo
DIRECTORS:
WIRT CORNCWEIL WALDO M. ABBO1T
Giro. W. PATTERSON -HARRY M . HAWLEY
S. Wv. CLARKSON HARRISON SOTTLE
FRED SCirMIa D. B. SUTTON

Coal Coke

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JNO.
Phone 2484

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hAIL POST i AS OF 1LE

Madame V'ogel, of The MTarie-Louise

Blouse Company, Chicago, will dis-
play at the Allenel Hotel, Room 38,
Monday to Thursday, October 18th to
21st, a distinctive line of- ladies', tail-
ored and fbtncy Blouses.
The many merits of our Blouses
will appeal to ladies of refined taste,
as will the saving effected by our
plan of selling-
"From Factory to Wearer."
Ladies are cordially- invited to' in-
spect our exhibit.

BUILDING TO ALUMNI F
Idea Is to Show That Underg
Are Behind Prb~ject as
as Graduate Body
Post cards with an engravir
proposed Union building oni
and adequate space for cor
ence on the other, are beingg
to all applicants at the Uni
The plan adopted for the un
uates to mail postals to their
friends has met with decided
and ove'r 200 cards were g
yesterday.
The idea in having the stud
mnail out the cards is to as;
alumni that the undergraft
behind the movement for a n
house, as well 'as. the gradua
It is urged that the cards be
as soon as possible, as the c
is scheduled to close the
October.

Don't Say "tubber Heels"

SAY

STRAND
N° 505 BLK. N? 605 TAN

6atffn*)an3

Buy our s]
your locker.
310 South Sta

for

This
"WMe'll
2 95 5.

year, the
be there."

Men, 'Women, Children

SOLE AGENTS
SSTATE STREE

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