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J. L. CHAPMAN
JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
The Store of Reliability & Satisfaction
11$ South Main Street
tNN ARBOR, - - MICHIGAN

Sleep Anyplace But
THE CLUB LUJCH
712 ARBOR STREET
Near State and Packard

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A Dodge Car
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Service-
enough said

BY ATHLETIC ASS'N
3,400 Reservations For Chicago Game
Seats Rejected Because of
Lack of Room
FEW STUDENTS PROTEST, SAYS
BARTELME IN ANNOUNCEMENT
"Due to the fact that the student
application blanks for tickets to the
Chicago game stated that all applica-
tions must be received by the Athletic
association by Nov. 4, a few of the
students whose coupons have been re-
turned are vigorously pr6testing.
When this date was set by the athletic
authorities they had no idea of the
tremendous advance sale of tickets
which would be brought about by th.-
showing of the team in the M. A. C.
and Illinois games. Never before in
the history of the department has there
been such a large sale so far in ad-
vance of the date of the game as hi
the case of the Chicago contest," P. G.
Bartelme, director, said in a statement
issued yesterday.

planning on attending this game with
friends, and we greatly regret the n,-
cessity of returning both student and
alumni applications," the announce-
ment continues.
Many Disappointed
"As a result of being able to keep in
touch with the unuspal demand for
reservations through the columns of
The Daily, there will be comparatively
few students who will be unable to
attend the game as they had planned,
but alumni not being in close touch
with the situation are losing out on
this game in vast numbers. More than
$8,500 has been returned to alumni
representingin round figures 3,400 res-
ervations. I am satisfied that at least
10,000 reservations in excess of oux
present capacity would have been ap-
plied for by the day of the game it
announcement through the daily pa-
pers in the early part of the week had
not been made that all tickets had been
sold."
CARELESSNESS OF STUDENTS

Last years customers
One half block South
o f "MAJ"

LUNCH ROOM
Crowded every meal
BUT,
Room for All Out

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SUGARBOWL
HOME MADE CANDY
ABSOLUTELY CLEAN
BEST LINE IN THE CITY
EVERYTHING
MADE IN ANN ARBOR
LIGHT LUNCHES
ANN ARBOR
SUGAR BOWL

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Newberry Tea Room
432 SOUTH STATE JUST OPPOSITE U. HALL
OPEN 10 A. M. TO 6 P. M. SUNDAY 4 TO 8 P. M.
LUNCHEON 11:30 TO 1 P. M.
WE WILL SERVE ANYTHING YOU LIKE
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Afternoon Teas or Dinner
if arranged for in advance

Parties

New Victor Records for Your Victrola
Now on Sale

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SOME OF THE GOOD ONES

Tripoli.................... . .. . Louise Terrill, William Robyn
I'll Be With You in Apple Blossom Time..... ...Charles Harrison
Chanson Indoue............ . . .... .....Rimsky Korsakow-Kreisler
Thank God for a Garden-Teresa del Riego........John McCormack
Avalon-Just Like a Gypsy: Medley Fox .Trot............
Paul Whiteman and Orchestra
Whispering Fox Trot.............. ... .. ..........
Paul Whiteman and Orchestra
The Japanese Sandman................. ..........
Paul Whiteman and Orchestra
Waiting for the Sun to Come Out...................Lambert Murphy
I Cannot Sleep Without Dreaming of You.........Lambert Murphy
Drowsy Baby ........:..................Olive Kline-Elsie Baker
In the After Glow................... ...... Elsie Baker
My Litte Bimbo Down on Bamboo Isle.:..............Aileen Stanley
The Broadway Blues ................................Aileen Stanley
Schaeberle & Son, Music House
110 °South Main Street
A good place for, you to trade when you need anything Musical

Seats Divided
"After the Block "M" sections, oc-
cupying about 10 per cent of the entire
seating capacity of the stands, are
filled the remaining 90 per cent is
equally divided betwen the students
and alumni. By Monday evening, Oct.
25, practically. all of the 23,000 re-
served seats were applied for through
student coupon exchange and sale to
both students and alumni. In Tues.
day's Daily the unprecedented advance
application for seats was announced,
and in the Daily of Thursday morning
the students were advised to'get their
applications in by 6 o'clock on that
date' if they expected to have them
filled. About 300 student orders re-
ceived after this date were returned
accompanied by a printed announce-
ment that coupon five would be ac-
cepted at the gate for general admis-
sion entitling them to standing room.
"We realize how keen is the disap-
pointment of those who have been

DE STROYS UNION MAGAZIE faftfiNE S sfffffrffffnffuff1fftftftffrftfft11tffftifftlftttfltlttflttlttfttlltf!! ut1111&1|1
Papers and magazines in the read- y
ing room on the main floor of the&
Union hardly last more than a day, - EST. 1905 -
according to Dennis Donovan, stew- 719 North University Avenue
ard, who says that carelessness on the _North°UniverityAvenue
part of students results in the tearing
of most of the papers there. Recently - KODAKERS - HERE'S YOUR FIRST STOP
several magazines were taken from - RIGHT HERE AT THE STORE
the room, and certain articles and pic-
tures cut out of others.
Union officials ask the co-operation ,_ VesDevelopingan 1r1
of students in taking better care of the e
reading material.
-reaingmatria._wing, and Enlarging Flashlights
For results advertise in The Mich-
igan Daily.-Adv.EASTMAN KODAKS, AND EASTMAN FILM
(ALWAYS FRESH)
Paronize Daily Advertiers.-Adv

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Golfers want "just enough
Turkish." At Pinehurst,
for example, Fatima holds
each season's record for the
largest sales; and during
both the Metropolitan and
National Amateur Chain-
pionships lastseason, Fatima
outsold all other cigarettes.

You Get Satisfaction Here or
You Got Your Monet Back

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Special!
Class
Toques
$1

Special!2
Class
Toques
$i

Why are some men still
"cigarette shopping"?
T must be because they have not found the right
cigarette.
The right cigarette should not contain too much
Turkish, for "too much" makes a cigarette over-
rich, even "heavy."
Nor should it contain too little Turkish for "too
little" .means lack of taste.
The right cigarette should have just enougA
Turkish. It should please the taste without tiring it.
Scores of sales-records, like the¢above, seem to
prove that the only cigarette which does have just
enough Turkish is Fatima.
Fatima contains more Turkish, than any other
Turkish Blend cigarette, yet it is noticeably free from
the over-richness of straight, all-Turkish cigarettes.
Most smokers quit "shopping" when they find
Fatima.
LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO CO.

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Big warm Ulsters

are

FATT
CIGARETTES

the thing for this fall
and winter; they're sty-

lish and

very

practical

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$40 to $75

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Reule, Conlin, Fiegel Co.
The Home of Hart Sclaffner & Marx Clothes
On Main at Washington

25cents
in the regtiar foil-w rapped
package. Al.so obtainable in
round dIR47GHr tin: of So.

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