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The Stela-Boch Co. 1s2!

Imagine
Yourself'

tlive one"
in this 3-button

STEIN-BLOCH
Coat!

No padding--no stiffen-
ing--nothing but honest
f a b r i c, hand tailoring
and "style galore. "

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Prices $20 to $40

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Lindenschmitt, Apfel Co.

LC.SMITH,
CORONA,-
UNDERWOOD
and other high
,grade type-
writers
FOR SALE
and RENT
Fraternity and Social Stationery
MIMEOGRAPHING and PRINTING
TYPEWRITING
0. D. .MORRILL
322 South State St.
(Over Baltimore Lunch)
If its anything Photo-
graphic a s k S W A IN
713 East University Ave.
U.ofM. RESTAURANT
Quick, Polite
SERVICE
Special Meals at all Hours

Developing Finishing, Groups
Flashlights, Campus Views
334 S. State
Dames Old Stand
Phone 2446-J

WOMEN TO TAKE COURSE
IN MILIT Y MARCHING
STRICT DISCIPLINE WILL GO
WITH COMPANY
DRILL
Military marching for women, con-
ducted by a regular drillmaster directly
under the supervision of Lieutenant
G. C. Mullen, is to begin on November
21. This was announced yesterday aft-
ernoon by Miss Alice Evans, director
of physical training for women.
A complete military organization of
at least a company, and perhaps a
battalion, and strict military discip-
line, are the salient features of the
new venture.
The class will be held at 2:30 o'clock
'each Wednesday, and members are r
quired to be present at all meetings
including the first one on November
21. A heart and lung examination
is prerequisite to this ork.
Except that it is not open to fresh-
men girls, this course in military
marching is purely elective. Thirty
girls have applied so far, and any one
interested must sign up at once on
the bulletin board in Barbour gym-
nasium.
Girls playing .basketball may elect
this course as their third period, whi,
upperclassmen working for athletic
gymnasium honors, may take this to-
gether with one hour of sophomore
gymnasium work.
The new scheme falls closely in
line with the plan advocated by Dr. V.
C. Vaughan of the Medical school, at
a series of patriotic meetings last
spring.
Dean Myra B. Jordan is very en-
thusiastic over the prospect of well
disciplined marching for women, and
heartily endorses the plan now unde
consideration.
Pool Room Shark
.Discovers" Tuin "
Youthful Member of the "Ball and
Cue" Soeiety Society Narrates
Adventure.
He was somewhat of a Fiend on the
Subject of Pool and Billiards. Once
he was in an Amateur Performance
and, when Bidden to Take his Cue,
he Started for a Nearby Pool Room.
But that was a perfectly Logical Hap-
pening.
Theother Day this same Billiard
Ball Battler discovered one of Ann
Arbor's leading Pool Parlors. How it
ever escaped his notice for so long a
Time cannot be Stated Veraciously.
But it did. And he was really De-
lighted with his Discovery and the
Pleasant Game that he had Played
that Afternoon.
Enthused with the Successful Ses-
sion, he was Telling some of his
upperclassmen Friends about it.
"Where did you Play?" Inquired
one.
"Oh, at the Tuin (Pronounced Tew
Inn.)" Responded the Newcomer in
Ann Arbor.
"Well, where in Thunder is that
Place?" asked the Inquisitor with
some Show of Interest.
"Oh, that's the Place where it Says
"Tuin" on the doors. It's on State
Street just north of North University
Avenue," Replied the Pool Shark with
an Air of "I Told you so."
Author's Note: The "Out" and "In"
signs onathe Doors of thistParticular
Pool Palace have a Letter Missing.
Solve the Puzzle in your Spare Mo-

ments.
Dean Myra B. Jordan Gives Reception
In spite of unfavorable weather,
more than 200 senior girls were pres-
ent at Dean Myra B. Jordan's recep-
tion in Barbour gymnasium yesterday
afternoon.
Marion Galton, '18, was elected to fill
the vacancy on the senior play com-
mittee, and Gertrude Brock, '18, was
chosen chairman of the social com-
nittee.
Refreshments were served followed
by dancing in the gymnasium. Music
was furnished by Ike Fisher.
Will the person who took Corpora-
tidn Finance notebook off messenger
box in Economics building kindly re-
turn same to Economics library at
once or call 2085-R, today.-Adv.

DOBLE STEAM CAR
ARRIVES IN CITY
New Automobile Center of Attraction;
Inventor States Its
Possibilities.
Mr. Abner Doble, inventor of the
new Doble steam car, motored to Ann
Arbor from Detroit yesterday in his
demonstrator. Mr. Doble was accom-
panied by Mr. Harold Johnson and
Mr. J. W. Tuttle of the Fisher John-
son company, the firm which has un-
derwritten the Doble stock. Mr. Tut-
tle is manager of the Ann Arbor
branch of the company, with offices
at 340 Nickels Arcade.
The car itself created quite a stir
on the streets The sporting model,
cream colored, with its somewhat un-
usual lines, was the center of at-
traction wherever it stopped.
Kerosene is used to condense the
steam. One gallon will give a mile-
age of from 5,000 to 8,000 miles, ac-
cording to the claims of Mr. Doble. The
boiler contains enough water to
run 1,000 miles.
The car has only one forward speed,
there being no clutch. The engine is
located on the rear axle, and the prin-
ciples of the car itself are similar to
those of the locomotive.
When running at minimus speed the
motion of the car is barely percepti-
ble. It is claimed to have a maximum
speed of 70 miles per hour. The cars
are to be placed on the open market in
12 or 18 months.
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SHEEP SKIN COATS
with Belts around
also
Patrick Mackinaws

J..I1 er

just arrived

Home of Society Brand Clothes
Next to Orpheum Theatre

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Try the
Fountain of Youth
for your Candies-both boxed and plain
We make a specialty of light lunches. Call and try
them at
The Fountain of Youth
Corner of State and E. Liberty

FLOWERS FOR THE FAIR
are always received with pleasure. No
matter where a girl is going or what
the occasion, flowers are correct form.
Even if she isn't going out the sight
and smell of a bunch of freshly cut
flowers will give her a heap of pleas-
ure. We send flowers anywhere at
any time. We have every kind,'fash-
ionable and old fashioned, but all
fresh, beautiful and fragrant.
F LANDERS 213 E.Liberty Sts
LOWERS , Phone 294

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Wuerth -- Jackie Saunders in
"Betty Be Good." Also Serial,
"Neglected Wife," No. 8.
Orpheum-Baby M. Osborne in'
"Fear and Smile." Also Mutual
Comedy and Travels.

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Near to everyone
62o E. LIBERTY

STOP AT
338 MAYNARD
For Lunches and Sodas
Syracuse Gives $20,000 to Liberty
Syracuse, Oct. 26.-Twenty thousand
dollars has been subscribed by stu-
dents and faculty of Syracuse univer-
sity to the second Liberty loan; ac-
cording to the Daily Orange.
Every class was urged by the in-
structors in charge to add to the uni-
versity's loan, and the results merited
the time taken for the talks. Besides
adding materially to the money raised
in the city, the student cadet corps
formed the nucleus of the Liberty
parade.
A German agriculturalist has devel-
oped a method of extracting the fib-
rous interior bark of hop vines for
use in the manufacture of cordage.

FALCON
'ARROW
form-fir
COLLAR
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New Postal Arrangements Completed
The postoffice departments of the
United States and Chile have issued
instructions for the direct exchange
of sealed mail pouches between New
York and Punta Arenas. It is claimed
that the service will now be much
more rapid than was possible under
the old arrangement, with fewer loss-
es t and less destruction, as handlings
are reduced to a minimum.
Russians Discover Submerged Forest
Petrogradt, Oct. 26.-A submerged
oak forest covering several square
miles, from which logs more than 100
feet in length have been taken, was
discovered by Russian engineers while
dredging a river.
Subscribe for the Michigan Daily.

* Arcade - Earle Williams in *
* "Transgression."
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Coo'ins 002 s.
& Hall UNAVE.
Viembers of the Florists Telegraph Deldwry Association
To Make Your Party
"THE HIT OF THE SEASON"
It will be necessary to decorate appropriately-we have the latest in
HALLOWE'EN GOODS
Festoons, Napkins, Seals, Crepe Papers, Lunch Sets, Tally and
Place Cards, Gummed Silhouettes, Steel Engraved Post
Cards, Dance Programs, Invitations.
COMPIETE IINE FOR ALL OCCASIONS
THE MAYER-SCH AIRER Co.
STATIONERS PRINTERS BINDERS
112 So. Main Street Phone 1404

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Rae-Louise Glaum in "Sweet-
heart of the Doome." Triangle'
Comedy, "Bookworms." Rae News.

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LI COY. Ikeare Copy
at _at
LSnS and StEl ents':
DV In SSupply Store
A D1ER TfSUN G

Hooverized Food
Popular at Union
Bran Muffins; Invention of "Denny,"
Served On Wheatless
Days.
Attention, students of domestic
science!
Here is the latest recipe. Hoover
himself would put his 0. K. on it,
for it's strictly in keeping with the
spirit of war economy. The credit
for trying the recipe out in Ann Ar-
bor goes to "Denny," well known in
Union circles.
The latest delicacy is known as a
bran muffin, madefrom bran which is
cften fed to the bovines. The muffin
is very popular with patrons of the
Union dining room, and on Tuesdays,
the wheatless days, when it is in or-
der, the restaurant is well patronized.
Customers on Wednesdays, tbw
meatless days, are beguiled with var-
ious combination dishes.
This is the Union's third week of
meatless and wheatless days. Accord-
ing to desk receipts, the compliance
with Hoover's request has improved
busines.
Minnesota Makes $73,000 Loan Drive
Minneapolis, Oct. 26.-Liberty was
given a big boost when the University
of Minnesota began its loan drive.
A day and a half of work netted the
sum of $73,000. The engineering col-
lege heads the list of subscribers.
Daily advertisers are first choice
with Daily readers.-Adv.

..Arcade Barber Shop..

Nickels Arcade

Distinctive Service

LOST
LOST-On campus, Church or State
St., an Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity
pin. Please return same to 1315
Hill St. and receive reward.
LOST-At Majestic Theater on Thurs-
day evening, pocketbook containing
sum of money and keys. Finder call
2318-M. Reward.
LOST-Pin. Sun-burst of garnets.
Thursday afternoon. Return to 518
S. Division. 2182-J.
LOST-Loose-leaf note book, Tuesday
in Room B, Law building. Phone
1643-d. 26-27
WANTED
WANTED-University man, preferrab-
ly underclassman, to deliver Dailies,
every morning. Apply Wohl, D il y
office, afternoons, 12:30 to 3:30.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-One suite and one single
room. Will take Army Stores men.
Phone 1371. 1208 Cambridge Ct.

FOR RENT
FOR RENT- Five very comfortable
rooms, furnished or unfurnished.
Well heated and well arranged for
light housekeeping. Ready for oc-
cupancy Nov. 1st. 917 E. Huron.
FOR RENT-. Large front suite and
large single room, very reasonable
rates. Four doors from Engineering
arch. 632 E. University.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE-A high class banjo, very
cheap. Inquire 516 So. Division or
Phone 1058-M.
FOR SALE-Set of Harvard Classics.
Absolutelycnew. $45. Box K, The
Daily office. 26-7-8
MISCELLANEOUS
ASK FOR circular describing Equit-
able Life Assurance Society's latest
policy. Life Annuity for disability,
Double indemnity for death from ac-
cident., C. M. Smith, 1004-R.

Court Cafe,.
Tasty Steaks, Chops
REGULAR D I N N EBR DAILY
Q U I C K S E R V I C E
AND THE B ES T OF FOOD
Special Sunday Chicken Dinners, 40c
108 EAST HURON STREET
CONFECTIONERS RELIEVED OF
DRASTIC SUGAR EMBARGO
Washington, Oct. 25.-Confectioners,
manufacturers of syrup, gum and ice
cream, were today partly relieved
from the drastic sugar embargo
against them.
Food Administration modified its or-
diers of a few -days ago directing
'hat no sales be made to theose inter-
ests until Cuban supplies were avail-
able, now has instructed refiners and
distributors to deliver to them sugar
in such quantities as when added to
their stock on hand, will amount to
50 per cent of their normal require-
ments. The Food Administration ex-

SEE

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Us'Sol

When in the market for Lum-
ber, Sash, Doors, Interior
Finish, Office Fixtures, and
Special Mill work.

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THE HOME 'OF
Steinway
Knabe,
Sohmer
Grinnet Bros.,

PIANOS

JOHN J. SAUER
310 W. Liberty Street
Phone 2484 or 828-M
pects prompt relief from the ea
sugar shortage to follow the a
ment reached yesterday for the s
200,000,000 pounds of Louisiana
sugar to American Sugar re:
Company.
Read the Daily advertiser
They will lead you to the best o
Arbor's storts.-Adv.
Use the Daily classified column

PIANOLA
PLAYER
PIANOS
GRINNELL BROS.

Shonin ge
Voss & Sons;
Sterling,
16 S. Main Street

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