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Conference Game
September 2
Franklin at Indiana.
October 2
Iowa at Indiana.
Knox at Northwestern.
North Dakota at Minnesota.
Lawrence at Wisconsin.
Ohio Wesleyan at Ohio State.
De Pauw at Purdue.
October 9
Purdue at Chicago.
Minnesota at Northwestern.
Case. at Michigan.
Drake at Illinois.
Michigan Aggies at Wisconsin.
Cornell College at Iowa.
Oberlin at Ohio State.
Mississippi A. and M. at Indiana.
October 16
Wabash at Chicago.
Northwestern at Wisconsin.
Iowa at Illinois.
Indiana at Minnesota.
Purdue at Ohio State.
Michigan Aggies at Michigan.
October 23
Iowa at Chicago.
Illinois at Michigan.
Wisconsin at Ohio State.
October 30
Ohio State at Chicago.
Minnesota at Illinois.
Northwestern vs. Indiana at Indi
Tulane at Michigan.
Wabash at Purdue.
November 6
Illinois at Chicago.
Northwestern at Iowa.
Wisconsin at Minnesota.
Michigan at Ohio State.
Purdue at Notre Dame.
November 13
Chicago at Michigan.
Purdue at Northwestern.
Illinois at Wisconsin.
Minnesota at Iowa.
Indiana vs. Notre Dame at Indi

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On Friday evening, October eighth, there will be parties (by
colleges) for students new and old.
All "lits" will be entertained by Professor and Mrs. Louis C.
Karpinski at 1315 Cambridge Road.
All "laws" will be entertained at the home of Professor and
Mrs. Edwin C. Goddard, 1212 Hill Street.
([ The engineers of every sort and kind will be the guests of
Professor Henry E. Riggs at the Michigan Union.
[ Students of Music will be entertained by Dean Byrl F. Bacher,
1227 Volland Street.
On Saturday evening, October ninth, an informal reception
will be given to all Concregational students at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Millen, 1912 Geddes Heights.





Freshman Caps and Toques
The Official Style
South State at William Street

November 20
Wisconsin at Chicago.
Michigan at Minnesota.
Ohio State at Illinois.
Notre Dame at Northwestern.
Indiana at Purdue.
Iowa at Ames.
Marion Stowe, '16, on Ames Faculty
Marion Stowe, '16, has accepted a
position as instructor of public speak-
ing at Iowa State University, Ames,

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_ The Store of Perfect Service
The name 16 has long stood for service and we strive to carry out that idea. Every department of
the store is here for your convenience and we invite your inspection. Our fall ready-to-wear is prettier than ever. Coats,
suits, blouses, dresses, sweaters, in fact everything to make your outfit complete is here. Our millinery salons are ready
for your inspection with hats of all kinds and shapes. Shoes, dainty accessories, everything for your p e r s o n a l adorn-
ment is here. We are ready to serve you.
Fall Footwear of Distinction
New Fall Costumes-
Shoes form such an important part of the well-
If you haven't completed your costume for fall yet, dressed girl's wardrobe and the shoes this fall
we are sure you will be pleased with our display of coats, are so extremely lovely. The new medium short
suits, blouses, and dresses. If you have everything you
- vamps, the Colonial heel, which is some what
need, we should be very glad to have you see what we .
offer. higher than a military heel and lower than a Cu-
T . ban and seems to be coming to the front in pop-
The coats are indeed lovely both in materials and in
colors. Large wrappy things in duvetyn, chametyn, bo- ularity, are all represented in our shoes. High
livia, cat-tail cloth, in all the new colors, they are beauti- shoes in the newer shades of brown as well as
ful enough for any occasion without sacrificing any of black, oxfords in the popular brogue style with
their warm qualities,ow1 oe
iaiow heels, mannish toes and heavy perforations,
The dresses, both of silk and wool, are made in all or military heel and slightly more pointed toe as
the youthful styles so popular this fall and winter. Jer- y fancy dictates. Pumps, silver, satin and
______seys, tricotines, poiret twills, serges, georgette crepes, -
crepe meteor, tricolette combinations in all the loveliest kid with Louishl
shades of blue, brown and red. Many are beaded and fact, any shoe you may wish, we are sure you
embroidered. Seveial have pleated skirts, some eton will find here.
jacket effects, practically all are made on the long slim (Main Floor)
lines so becoming to youthful figures and all are equally lovely. Every woman loves hats, no woman can ever have enough. And when
Suits to match your suit or form a contrast with it are here in satins, georgettes, and crepe de the hats are as fascinating as they are this winter, no one can be blamed for
chines. Many beautiful and new colors are represented and you will be more than pleased with extravagance in that regard. Velvets, duvetyns, solies, velvet and ducetyn
them combinations, velvet and solie combinations, all the popular new shades and
(Second Floor) shapes are here in a bewildering array.
-- (Millinery Salons-Second Floor)


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