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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

QCO buys a brand
new Corona
portable type-.
writer. Other makes
at attractive prices.
See us before you buy.(
0. 1). i-_O1{RILL
Ann Arbor.Mich.

SLEEP ANY I RE, BUT
EAT AT REX'S
THFE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbor Street
Near State and Packard Streets

A ReliableJeweler
113 South Main

17 Nickels Arcade

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If

Economy

is

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,

'What You Want

Buy Your Clothes Here

A RE you going through college with
spendthrift recklessness or with care-
ful economy? What you pay for clothes is
a good indication.
Most of the, clothing sold here has been
worn before, but it has been so thoroughly
cleaned and steamed and repaired that in
many instances it is hard to tell from new.-

OFARMISTICE DAY
Committee Arranges Program For
Commemoration of War's End
November 11
PARADE, IBANQUTET, SPEECHES,
DANCING WILL MAKE DAY BIG
Initial plans for Armistice Day cele-
bration Nov. 11 indicate that the day
will be well filled with a program of
wide range.
As the first step all business houses
will be asked to close at noon. Then
the schedule as arranged so far by
a committee composed of representa-
tives from all patriotic organizations,
both campus and civic, and headed by
{Dr. Guy G. Allway, will get under way
with a large street parade.
All Organziations to Enter
This parade will include a largf,
body of school children, all the civic
fraternal orders, boy scouts, G. A. R.
veterans, Spanish American War vet-
erans, Ann Arbor V. F.' W., City post
of American Legion, Campus V. F. W.,
Gun Blade Club, Richard N. Hall Post
American Legion, and Chinese Stu-
dents Club.'There willalsobe in
cluded four bands, the Masonic, Otto's
Elk Band, Varsity and Odd Fellows
The production of 15 floats, repie-
senting the arts of war and peace
I will also be undertaken by various
interested organizations.
Directly following the parade there{
will be a mass meeting addressed by
President Marion L. Burton in Hill
auditorium.
Street Dancing Planned
At 6 o'clock there will be a banquet
for all ex-service men and their
friends, followed at night by street
dancing at the court house square.
Part of National Plan
Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 22.-Depart-
ments and posts of the American
Legion are urged in a bulletin sent
out from the national headquarters
here to arrange for a wide celebration
of Armistice Day. Public meetings to
be addressed by able, speakers on
the aims of the Legion are suggested
as one form of celebration.

PAN TO ENFORCE LAv
ONSALE OF CIGARETTE
LOCAL ORG-t- IgZTIO-S C ALL FR
RIGID OBSERVANCE OF
STATE STATUTE
A movement is on foot among vari-
ous local organizations to emphasize
the need for enforcement of Michi-
gan's anti-cigaret law, which prohibits
the sale or distribution of cigarets
among minors. If this ordinance is
rigidly enforced, a large proportion
of the upperclassmen of the Universi-
ty will soon be seeking solace in pipe-
smoking, which is.not included under
the law.
"We are not conducting a campaign
against cigaret-smoking," said Mrs.
F. R. Payne, corresponding secretary
of the local branch of the W. C. T. U.
"We are merely trying to bring before
the young men the fact that they are:
violating a state law when they pur-
chase and smoke cigarets. The law
provides for serious penalties to be
imposed not only upon the youthful
violators, but also upon those who sell
or distribute the cigarets, and upon
Athoes who allow minors to smoke
upon their premises.
"Many people apparently do not
know of the existence of this law,
which was passed some six years
ago, and our efforts are bent chiefly
in circulating copies of the law ag it
was passed., Whether the law is en-
forced isnot a matter of personal
opinion or prejudice; it is a matter
of seeing that the laws of the State

MANN'S
MwALTE

of Michigan are properly a
te red."
Hats and Gow
23o Nickels Arcade
PHONE 795-W
MRS. GRACE VAN SCHOIC

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Mans Drug

213 South Main Street
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Prices?

Usually: less than half.

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Overcoats---it's time for them,
CLNUDE BROQWN

There is a mighty good place to eat
on Huron Street. They call it
Teet's Dining Halls

Opposite Court House on Fourth

805 East Huron Street

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You are always sure

of getting

courteous service as well
high quality of food.
It is worth a trial.

as a

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There's Lasting Satisfaction
in Owning a Victrola

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Because -
the Victrola is specially made to play Victor r
ords;
the greatest artists make their Victor records to p
on Victrola instruments;
you hear these artists exactly as they expected;3
to hear them - they themselves tested
approved their own records on the Victr
VICTROLAS FOR YOUR ROO[ - $25.00, $3.OO, AND $45.00
OTHER STYLES FROM $50.00 TO $1,500.00
Come in, see and hear them
Schaeberle & Son Music Hou
110 South Main St.

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