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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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of the different kind, direct from the
shops of
CROFUT'& KNAPP Co,
Price $3.00
The world over
Tinker & Company
FURNISHERS & HATTERS
Cor. South State and Williams Streets

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It bears Distilnction

PUS BOOTERY
508 8. STATE ST.

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WRBACH fD SON COMPANY
paratus, Chemicals and Student Laboratory Supplies
Histology, Bacteriology, Pathology, and Anatomy

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CO. 200-208 . Liberty St.

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nutually beneficial.
est and largest stock
chigan Pins, Clocks,
ly exclusive Optical
ty where glasses are
ade to your order.
ion to Repair Work.

DAVIS & OHLINGER
Phone 432-J
109-111 E. Washington

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Lunches delivered.
Call .107.

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DOZENA PROUSE
hiropodist
Will be at the
H AIR SHOP
Every Tuesday
irs. T, L STODOARD
N. Univ. Phone 296-J
Gentlemen by Appointment

Buy your Mazda lamps at Switzer's
Ilardware. 310 State. tf
One-third off on Fountail lPeas.
Switzer's Hardware, 310 So. State.
EXPERIENCE
xperie"ce has taught us that foot-
ball games and week-end house par-
ties go hand in hand. Experience has
taught YOU that RELIABLE taxicab
service is, at such times, an ASSET
hi the fullest meaning of the term.
Stark Taxicab SERVICE is RELI-
ABLE. We have equipment adequate
to handle large parties EFFICIENT-
LY, and so we solicit your business.
The Stark Taxicab Co. Phone 2255.
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Thesis Submitted to Columbia TJni.
versity Accorded Favorable
Criticism
"Population: A Study in Malthu-
sianism," is the title of a thesis for
which Warren S. Thompson, of the
sociology department, recently re-
ceived his -doctor's degree from Co-
lumbia university. The thesis was ac-
corded favorable criticism in the Au-
gust issuee of the American Political
Science Review.
The author in his thesis defines the
meaning of Malthusianism and -up-
holds Malthus in his views on popu-
lation. He follows this with a state-
ment of the views on population held
by some of the recent economic
writers.
The movement of population during
the years 7860-1910, and its growth
in relation to food supply, is next con-
sidered, and finally the economic law
of diminishing returns.
The American Political Science Re-
view in its criticism-of the thesis says:
"The essay is of especial interest in
view of the conclusion which the au-
thor reaches, namely, that even in the
United States the population cannot
continue to increase without being
more and more subjected to the aotual
want of food, unless an increasing,
instead of a decreasing, part of the
population becomes rural, in which
case our present standard of living
must besimplified."
Webster Society Elects Officers
At a meeting of the Webster society
held Friday night, K. M. Stevens, '16L,
was elected president' of the organ-
ization. The other officers chosen for
the coming year are: Secretary, C. S.
Neithercut, '16L; treasurer, M. Wein-
berger, '16L ; critic, H. J. Waples,
'16L; T. L. Westlake, '16L; parliamen-
tarian, H. J. Waples, '16L; reporter,
E. 0. Snethen, '16L.
Menorah Society Meets Tonight
Members of the Menorah society will
meet for the first time this year at
8:15 o'clock tonight in Newberry hall.
The program which has been arranged
includes an address by Prof. I. Lec
Sharfman, of the economics depart-
ment, a piano solo by Abraham J.
Gornetzky, '17, and a selection on the
violin by Robert Burman, '19.
ORDERS NEGRO TO LEAVE CITY
Ch-rged With Exposing Cheap Jew-
elry for Sale at M. C. Depot
Antonio Foopine, colored, was ar-
raigned yesterday morning before a
justice of the peace, following his ar-
rest Friday night at the Michigan Cen-
tral depot, on the charge of exposing
cheap jewelry for sale.
Foopine denied the charge, stating
that the jewelry, consisting of three
rings, had been purchased at a local
five and ten-cent store, but when ar-
raigned on a second charge of disturb-
ing the peace, he pleaded guilty and
was given a suspended sentence by
the judge, on the condition that he
leave the city.
"Graustark," the story of love be-
hind the throne. Arcade, Tuesday.
Oct17
"Graustark," the story of love .be-
hind the throne. Arcade, Tuesday.
Oct17
"In a hurry?" Call Stark, 2255.

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"THE LITTLE SCHOOLMASTER SAYS":
THE WELL IRESSED (OLLEGE
MAN IS A CONTENTED
in the classroom, on the campus or at
the social function his self confidence
is supreme if his clothes are tailored-
to-order by
Ed. V. Price & Co.
We are filling the requirements of
college men who demand tailored-to-
order clothes of unmistakable distinc-
tion at a reasonable price. See our
handsome woolens and leave your
measure-TODAY.
4 Doors South German-Ameri-
can Savings Bank
Main St.
Exclusive Local Dealers for
El). V. PRICE & CO.
Chicago
Work Progresses on Nickefs Arcade
Work on the second unit of Nickels'
Arcade, the new State street store, has
progressed to such an extent that it
will probably be completed by the
first of the year. It is estimated that
the cost of the two units will aggre-
gate $60,000.
As soon as the second unit is fin-
ished, work will be begun on the ar-
cade proper which will, when com-
pleted, bring the total cost of the

Reule, Conlin & I
Corner Main and Washingtc

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$18 to $28

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structure well above the

$100,000

Leave Capy ILeave Copy
at a
Quarry's and Students,
The Delta CA Supply Store
A D-VE RT I S ING s

WANTED
WANTED-Pupils to tutor in French
conversation and grammar, by na-
tive French teacher. 723 S. Thayer
St. Phone .1471-M. Oct17-20-22
POSITION WANTED--As porter in,
fraternity house. Have done porter
work before. Call 2098-R between
6 and 7 p. m. Oct17-19
WANTED-Student to represent a re-
liable firm. Must have business
. abilities. Right position to right
man. Send applications to J. R.
Biel, 700 Chene St., Detroit. Oct17-19
LOST
LOST-Heavy gray Rugby sweater
with' side pockets. Taken by mis-
take from veranda of house nearest'
last entrance of Ferry Field, Satur-
day. Suitable reward if returned to
Elton Gaul, 609 E. Williams St.
Oct17-19
LOST-Athletic book in so :., stand of
Ferry Field, October 61th. Phone
347-J. oct17
LOST-Bunch of keys with tag 313
attached. Return to Martha Cook
building., oct16-17

FOR RENT

FOR RENT-Garage. Phone 1068-M.
oct15-16-17
FOR RENT--Large, light, attractive
suite. Reasonable rates. Also room-
mate, wanted. Phone 633-R. 413
Thompson. Oct16-17-19
FOR RENT-Desirable front suite
for two students. Lavatory connec-
tion. Good -heat. Electric light.
Price reasonable. 503 Madison St.
oct16-17
-Pianos to rent. Prices and pianos
right, at Schaeberle & Son's Music
House, 110 South Main street. oct8tf
FOR SALE
FOR SALE--Three Pre-Festival Con-
cert tickets in first 2alcony, seventh
row. Call 1920-J. Oct17
MISCELLANEOUS
Girls, attention! For rain-water
shampoos, face massage and manicure
go to Mrs. J. R. Trojanowslii. Phone
696-W. 1110 South University. Side
entrance.

mark.
The arcade will house 18 stores,
several of which have already been
leased by local merchants.
Alpha Nu to Hold Membership Tryouts
Membership tryouts for Alpha Nu
debating society will be held from
4:00 o'clock to 6:00 o'clock on Wed-
nesday, October 20, room 401, Univer-
sity hall. Tryouts are to give an
original speech on some topic of in-
terest not more than eight minutes in
length.
The purpose of the society will be
to specialize in parliamentary debate
and procedure, although attention will
also be given to platform debate.
Fred Middlebush Teaching at Knox
Fred A. Middlebush, who was for-
merly teaching assistant in American
history, is now in the history depart-
ment of Knox college at Galesburg,
1111.
See "The Millionaire Baby" at the
Arcade on Monday. Oct17

ACHI WRITES FOOTBALL SONG
"Fight, Men of Michigan," Will Be
Given Public Rendition October 22
William C. Achi, '17L, author of
Michigan's Hawaiian yell, has just
completed a football song which bids
fair to rank with "Varsity" or "The
Victors." The title of the piece is,
"'Fight, Men of Michigan."
L. M. Kishlar, '17E, is drawing the.
cover design for the song, while Wil-
fred Wilson, '16, new director of the
Varsity band, is preparing the band
accompaniment.
A public rendition of the piece will
take place at the mass meeting to be
held in Hill Auditorium on October
22, on the eve of the game with
M. A. C.
The private canoe houses at the U.
of M. Boat Livery will close for the
winter, Monday, Nov. 1st. Anyone
wishing to repair or change their ca-
noe, or remove anything from lockers,
must. do so before Nov. 1st-
Octl7-19-20-21
Come and inspect Weinberg's Coll-
seum and hear the new electric organ.
Open for inspection today from 2:00
to 4:00 p. m. Admission free. oct17
For quick parcel and messenger
service, call 2028.
In the future all cars stop at Good-
year Drug Store. oct5tf
25 cents-any part of the city. Stark1
Taxicab Co., 2255. oct5tf

Frequent discussion of t
rect pronunciation of "As
name of "PEER GYNT'S'
er in Henrik Ibsen's cel(
drama of the droll Nor
wanderer, brings out tl
that the small circle abc
capital-A in Norwegiar
ling makes the pronun

"tos.

CYRIL MAUDE, the

actor-manager

who

great success as "Gri

the star. This

shown at Hill Auditor

day evening,

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is acknowledged by musical celebrities
as the peer in its lne, The Victor Co.,
having contracts with the best artists in every manner of entertainment,
together with the fact of having the range of four different volumes of
tone, make it worth your while to consider. Easy payments,
GRINNELL BROS.-
116 SO. MAIN ST. PHONE 1707

and 8:45.

Engineerin g student
your shop outfit at
sr are. Highest quality
prices.
Havry Mestayer n
Baby," exciting detect

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