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October 11, 1919 - Image 6

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(ou Haven't Made

an Acq ualntrnce

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our store, you don't realize what really wonderful
s and overcoats we show here and what perfect .fit-

Lx-'z8 ELngineerrs no
IHold ThWRunion STEPHENSd
-18 PACXARD Near S
Thirty men of the ex-'13 class of =
engineers held a smoker at 7:.30 1.
Friday evening in the Michigana
Union. The men sang to music, fur 1i111iibi~4y993i111li1111t
ished by a jazz band composed, of!
members. 4 ® PICTURE FRAMIJNG
After refreshmenits and an informal 1
an Ion, Cha irmnan Burlingame called
th~e meetlim to order. Prof. F. H. Stev- I
o s gave the first talk. He praised the
turned to the University after two For everythtrig in "Brighten-Ul
rears' service. After the speech of 1svw~ing lram*'s, Hand-Made
Professor Stevens was made an hon- _ hade4 at lowest prices.
orary member of the organization.
The club made plans for future .: ,
PAINT XA
were elected:. president~ B. 0. Bur-ntgs ndhefloig ficr L. .
lUngaa~e; vice-?resident, R. E. Elliot; PAINTING AND-
secretary, J. B. Brill; treasurer, S. L. PHONE 84
H O1 The social committee is coin- =
,Oosed of E. M. Brown, W. M. McKee,

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WINDOW S

SHING

i'adquarters

Athes we make to your measure.

'p' lintsbes, best assovn1e
picture h amen and Windt

iremarkable Autumn and Winter line of fabrics have just arrived, and in looking them over
find so many styles, patterns and colors that we want to say this to you, " Make up your

£NZEL

WALL
COVER ING

to spend at least one hoyr here when you come in."

It's impossible to look these fab-

over at a casual glance.

They're to attractive.

fDECORATING'
207 E. UB1E

We're waiting to see you.'
aJ. KARL
E \STr LIBERTY ST.

MA LC O'LM

MALCOLM BLDG.

V n sLunch
1116 S. U. Phone 69W

FIFTHl 1EATIL REPORTED
- IN CROSS COUNTRY

RACE I-

,eers are requested to attend the next
'neeting or to communicate with Sec-
retary, Brills.
PEP IN TRADITIONS' M3EETNG
(C ortiaued from Page One)
troit and made a pronounced success
~fit fL. i- also is, an enthusiastic
Michigan man so we are looking for-
ardtr 4 hearing him talk."
'Hogan believes that the spirit in
which the campus has accepted the
plans for Traditions' day make cer-
tain the safety of the freshmen on
that night. Inasmuch as they are the
ones to whom the ideals of Michigan
are to be imparted the strongest, there
will be no efforts made at freshman
discilhine.

IA snap and dash in these fine wai,

seams that's attractive.

Great and wonderful are the assort-
ments from which you can select in our

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Night Lurches a specialty
Ser-vice- -Quality- -Cleanliness

.%K'
High grade sweet cider de-
ivered in five gallon lots, jug
ncluded.
)rder now as apples are scarc e
Lind the supply'is ,limited.
CALL 1580-M

(By Associated Press)
Buffalo, Oct. 10.-The fifth fatality
in the transcontinental air race oc-
curred here this afternoon when
plane No. 24 piloted by Major L.
Sneed crashed on Curtiss field and
his observer, Worth D. McClure, was
killed. Major Sneed suffered slight-;
ly from shock but was otherwise un-
hurt.
Salt Lake City, Oct. 10.-Lieut. B.
W. Maynard arrived at Selduro, 100
miles west of here, at 6:03 p.° m. Pa-I
cifi time- this evening leading the
westward planes in the transcontinen-
tal flight.
SIBryan, Ohio, Oct. 10.-Leading the
a San Francisco entrants in the trans-
continental air derby, Capt. L. -H.
SSmith,, in a DeHaviland 4. arrived
1 ee from Chicago at 4:50 o'clock
this afternoon.
PAULINO TENOSO, '23E9 DIES AT
H1OSP~ITAL AFTER OPERATION!
Paulino Tenoso, '23E, .StL Domingo.'
Philippine, Island's, died at noon yes-
terday in the University hospital of
I tuberculosis after an operation. Tenoso
was under the care of a local physi-
cian for about a week, being sent
pater to the, University hospital. The
campus flag flew at half-mast yester-
day afternoon.

HART, SCHAFFNER

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A News Series 01 all campus
-a Pckard Dances
will11Run
every Saturday Evening

FOUR TEAMS SIGNED UP FOR
STAR'TINTERCLASS FOODTBALL
Interclass 'football is scheduled to
open at the beginning of the follow-.
tng week and four teams are already
signed up to compete for the cam-
pus championship. h intramural
club house at Fierry field will be ready
next Wednesday. Coach Mitchell ex-
pects to complete his organization of
the tennis tournament by that time
and to turn his attention to the
classes not yet represented on the
gridiron and to the arrangement of a
schedule.
Cross-country running will be the
fourth sport fostered by the intra-
-aural department this, fall, and with
socecer, wil receive attention Imme-
diately after tennis and football have
been successfully started. An inter-
class marathon meet is being plan-
ned for November.
WHAt'_Gl1GON
SATURDAY
.0:00 - University oratorical board
meets in room 302, Mason hall.
") :30-Sining practice at city 1.
M. C. A. pool. Freshmen wanted.
11 :00-Chimes circulation staff meets
on t ird floor of Union.
1:30-Fall tryouts for Comedy club
in University hall.
S:00-Congregational eli rch "hike."
Meet at church.
7:40-Wonien's chapter Cosmopolitani
club meets in Lane hall.
;:00-Upper Room Bible"class meets
at 444 South State street,
7 :30-Bayonne, N. J., club meeting at
Lane hall.
:45-Cosmopolitan club meets at Lane
hall.
~;:00-Episcopal stud. ii- and faculty
have mass meetin- at Harris hall.
£:00- P. M. social at V'resbyterlan
church.
SUNDAY
7AO3-Rev. Charles W. Gllkey speaks
on "A Faith for These Te iii es,~ In
Hill auditorium..
31(! N D11
7 :30-Ann Arbor Librairy _club meets
in Alumni hall.
8 :00-Economics I. E. lecture will be
held in, room 214, Natural Science
building:
TUESDAY
7 :30-Research club meets In rooms
426 and 4'27, Natural Science build-
ing.

All 'other

smart

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double breasted suits, Varsity-
English, effects, sport styles, ma
assortment as complete as p05
find at any place.

Reul',Conlin, iegel Co.
Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes
Southwest Corner of Main and Washington Streets

Every style variation, all the ati
tive colors and patterns

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The
'Ormond"
(All Over)
Cordovan

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Beginning: Oct. 11, 1919
Chaperones by Dean Jordan,
8.3Q--12

Price

$144.00

Seven Pee'rheta
Tickets for tonight may" still be purchased
at Busy Bfee and Blighty

Best Qualities are Econom Y
You've heard about the carpenter-§who bought cheap
saw after saw because he broke so many he couldn't afford
to buy a good one? fluying our Wali.-ver, shoes is no ex-
travagance but real economy. Wa 1-Over quality holds the
customers Wal4-Ovor style. makes. These shops have never
been cheapened to sell at a lower pricey

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SH1O

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STUDY LAMPS & ELECTRIC

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We Lead. Them All At The Only
Students supply Store

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Every thing a Student needs We'save
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