WHAT'S GOING ON
11:00-'20 Laws hold class meeting
in room G Law building.
2:00-'22 Laws hold class meeting in
room C Law 'buildng.
4:00-'21 Laws hold class meeting in
room 'E LaW building.
4:34-Cheer leader try-outs at UIuon.
See C. E. Bottin.
7 :1I5-Alpha Nu Debating society
meets in its rooms at University
S:00-Reception and dance for Epis-
copalian students in Harris hall.
Admittance by invitation only.
I invite every student
to my Koshen-Lunch
Room and Delicatissen
to taste my twenty
five kinds of san d-
wiches at reasonable
Capital 9npd Surplus, $.50.000
Northwest Cor. Main & Iur
707 North University Ave
Our tailoring experience of thirty-two years
has proved one thing conclusively to us, namely,'
that the student class are the most tasteful and
discerning in matters sartorial.
Hence, in announcing that we have added
complete lines of haberdashery in a few depart'
ment opened Oct. 1, we feel satisfied that we
have made exactly the selections for Fall ands
Winter that will appeal strongly to you.
Our goods will be distinctive, smart and of
high grade. Their patterns and colorings will
reflect the freshest mode of the metropolis.
In a word, the entire stock will be as crisp as a
new dollar bill.,
We know that you will be interested in i-
specting these latest offerings of Fashion. Will
you not pay us the compliment of a visit? Wheth-
er you desireto buy or not, we shall be most hap-
py to meet you.
WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE
2:30 Football game. Michigan
Case at Ferry field.
Economics 3, labor problems, _ will
meet in N room 348 Engineeringk
Sociology course 19, formerly given
in the Economics building at 10
o'clock is to be given hereafter in
Eroom B Law building.
Economics section 9 " that meets at 9
o'clock in room 303 Engineering
building has been changed to room
All Jewish students are invited
Yom Kippur services at 5:3'0 o'clock
day morning at 324 E.,Huron street.
Friday evening and 7 o'clock Satur
Nunnally's, "The Candy of the
South." Tice's,117 So. Main St.-Adv.
Top Coats, Suits
Hats and Furnishings
For Young Men
$ 1EldNDER xa 5YFRIED
Waterman and Conklin Pens
Schianderer & Seyfried, Jewelers
I11 Slie '
We Lead Them All At The Only
Studepts Suppy tore
Every thing a Student needs We save you money
PHONE 1160 R 1111 So. University/ Ave.
P - .:
Dr. A. A. Stanley, Director
assisted by Arthur Hackett, Tenor and
2. NOV. -17-DETROIT SYMPHONY
Conductor; Mrs. George B. Rhead, Pianist.
3. DEC. 4-JASCHA HEIFETZ, Violinist.
4. JAN. 15-RICCARDO STRACIA RI, Baritone.
5. FEB. 10-JOSEF HOFMANN Pianist.
6. MAR. 8--DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA.
(with $3.00 May Festival
MAIL ORDERS filled
in order of receipt.
Public Sale, SATURDAY,
OCT. 4, 8 a. m., Hill Auditorium.
CONCERTS on sale Saturday, October 11-$100
versity School of Music.
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