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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pa

TTLE WILL ADDRESS
JION STUDENT RALLY

President Clarence Cook Little
will address a Union Student meet-
ing at 6:45 Sunday evening, Nov.
4 at the First Methodist Church,
on the corner of Washington ave-
nue and State street. The topic
of hisetalk will be "The Church
and the Campus."
The meeting, which is the first
rally of its kind this year, is to
be held under the joint auspices
of the Student Christian associa-
tion and the student religious or-
ganizations of Ann Arbor. Martin
Mol, '30, president of the Student
Christian association, will preside.
at the gathering.
The meeting was originally
scheduled to take place in Lane
hall, and an announcement has al-
ready been made to that effect.
However, the change was necessi-
tated by the larger capacity of the
Methodist Church. It will be open
to all who are interested.

Sprowl Is Awarded
Law Memorial Prize
James A. Sprowl, '29L, has been
awarded the Class of 1908 Memorial
scholarship it was announced yes-
terday by Paul A. Leidy, secretaryl
of the law school.
This scholarship was established
by Guy B. Findley, '08L, and is
awarded at the beginning of each
school year to the student who has
attained the highest rank in the
second year law class the preceed-
ing year. In attaining this high
rank for his second year work,
Sprowl duplicated his first year
record, earning A grades in every
hour of work carried.
Sprowl was also the recipient of
one of the Faculty-Alumni schol-
arships awarded annually to mem-
bers of the third year class in the
law school. Similar awards have
been made to Howard Neitzert, '29L,
Gordon B. Wheeler, '29L, and
Henry S. Wingate, '29L.
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FLOODLIGHTS.
FOR PARTIES
Just the thing for bright-
ening up the decorations
and making the scenery
more attractive.
Rented at the Small
Charge of 75c
a Night
25c Additional for Colors
ERNST BROS.
Electrical Shop
210 S. 4th Ave.

OSCAR O. M. VOGEL

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Try some of our choice roasts of beef, pork, veal and lamb.
We have the delicious Canadian back bacon, and that won-
derful Virginia ham for roasting.
Plenty of fowl, chickens, broilers and ducks,

SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY

Ham Ends-15c
Large size.

Monarch Teenie Weenie
Sweet Peas
12 Cans for $2.50

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You Had Better Hurry
to make your
Season Reservations
for the outstanding
dramatic events of years.
SEND IN YOUR MAIL ORDERS NOW

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Long-distance telephone calls cost less and take less
time to complete when Station-to-Station service is used.
By giving the number of the distant telephone, you facili-
tate the operator's work and speed your call.

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to the Game Saturday.
We're afraid Illinois has the edge on Michigan for Saturday but
we're sure Adler Collegian and R. & W. clothes have the edge
on other makes at anywhere near the price. They're new, they're
hand tailored and specially made, they fit and have that touch
of style and distinction that is lacking in most ready-made suits
no matter what the price.
If you'll stop in we can point out conclusively the superior fea-
tures of Adler Collegian and R. & W. clothes. When we sell a
suit we don't have to have our tailor (and we have a first class
one right here in the store) take it all apart and make it over.
We carry the new styles and colors in "shorts," "mediums,"
"longs" and "extra longs" in all the different weaves and fabrics
in a large enough selection so you can get what you want when
you want it. Our tailor is kept busy making minor alterations-
many suits are sold without any.
We want our old customers, who
have left Ann Arbor but are back
to the game, to come in and see our
new Suits and Overcoats.

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when calling the following nearby points by number:

DEARBORN
DETROIT
JACKSON

ROYAL OAK
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Presenting Four Distinctively Different
Recent New York Guild Successes at the
WHITNEY THEATRE

DIAL "110"

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George Bernard Shaw's Comedy-
"THE DOCTOR'S DILEMMA"
Society. Comedy by S. N. Behrman.
"THE SECOND MAN"
A Bootlegging Dramatic Comedy-.
"NED McCOBB'S DAUGHTER"
By Sidney Howard.
St. John Ervne's Gripping Drama-
"JOHN FERGUSON"

when calling any other point.
For information regarding
numbers, dial 110 and ask for
operator.

$40

$45

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out-of-town telephone
the Toll Information

All Suits have two pants
TOM COR BETT

Sale of Season Tickets Closes Nov. 3.
Regular Reserved Seat Sale for Single
Performances Monday, Nov. .
Box Office-Print and Book Shop
521 E. Jefferson Phone 21081

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All ready for the whistle
---- or the wind
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You know the big thrill just before the
whistle blows. Be prepared to enjoy all the
big.games this year in a smart -looking
Alligator. Warmth and style for the brisk,
windy days, and absolute protection, no mat-
ter how hard it rains. Every Alligator is
correctly modeled in the most advanced style
{ and all Alligator fabrics are a revelation in
softness, light weight and durability. Try
one on. Get the' feel of it and you'll appre-
ciate the big difference. Alligators are sold
only at the best stores and retail from $7.50
to $25.00. See the new Alligator Aviation
model at $10.00. The Alligator Company,

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..but a mosquito blocked the way

T HE Panama Canal diggers had
engineering brains and money
aplenty. But they were blocked by the
malaria and yellow-fever bearing mosqui-
toes, which killed men by thousands.
Then Gorgas stamped out the mos-
quito. The fever was conquered. The
Canal was completed.
The importance of little things is rec-
ognized in the telephone industry too.

Effective service to the public is possible
only when every step from purchase of
raw material to the operator's "Number,
please" has been cared for.
This is york for men who can sense
the relations between seemingly unre-
lated factors, men with the vision to see
a possible mountain-barrier in a mole-
hill-and with the resourcefulness
to surmount it.

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