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Fall and Winter Styles

BORSALINO HATS
Extra Light Weight

NOW ON DISPLAY

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Wadhams & Co.

TWO STORES

STATE STREET
COR. ARCADE

MAIN STREET
COR. WASHINGTON

CURTIS
TIRES

Don't let

Built by Hand

Write direct to the Factory
for prices

MARQUARD
C:AMPUS : TAILOR
be your outfitter unless you
want the Best Woolens.
Accurate Fit, and Guar-
anteed Satisfaction.

VULCANIZED
PRODUCTS'
CO.
Muskegon, Mich
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THIS message is for you-meaning
every member of your family.
From lace curtains to your shirts andz
collars, table linens and all of your
wearing apparel will be properly
laundered if they are sent to this
shop. We'll convince you.
MOE LAUNDRY
Phone Sm 204 No. Main St.
FOR
EVERYTHING
ELECTRICAL
No Job too Small or too Large
WASHTE AW
ELECTRIC'SHOP
"The Shop of Quality"
If it's not right we make It right
- PHONE 273 -
200 E. Washington 117 Pearl
Ann Arbor Ypsilanti
FRENCR ESSAYS TRANSLATED
BY UNIVERSITY PROFESSORS
On page six of The Daily appears
a review of one of two essays trans-
lated from the original French by
Prof. H. P. Thieme and Prof. W. A.
McLaughlin. The profits from the sale
of the book, which may be procured at
local book stores, are to go to the re-

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' TYPEWRITERS
For Safe and Rent
TYPEWRITING
Mimeographing
Fraternity and Social Stationery
0. D. MORRILL
322 South State Street
SHORTHAND
TYPEWRITING
BOOKKEEPING
PENMANSHIP
Classes Just Starting. Enroll
Today
HAMILTON
BUSINESS COLLEGE
State and William

SAYE, lIOI NIST TO
APPEAR HERE FRIDAY
WINS APPRECIATION FROM PRAC-
TICALLY EVERY CRITIC
OF NOTE
The second concert in the pre-festi-
val series will take place at 8 o'clock
Friday evening in Hill auditorium,
when Eugene Ysaye, the celebrated
violinist, who for more than two de-
cades has been looked upon as the
master violinist of the world, will
make his first appearance in Ann Ar-
bor since the early 90's.
Mr. Ysaye brings a ripeness of in-
terpretation and a breadth of musical
view ,which command unqualified re-
spect. His art is perfectly matured,
and is supplemented by what the most
prominent critics believe to be genius
in the highest form. It has been de-
veloped to its ultimate limit by the
untiring efforts of a sincere and earn-
est musician whose intellectuality
matches his other splendid endow-
ments.
Ysaye Has Everything
Pierre V. R. Key, writing for "The
New York World" summed up his
critique of Ysaye's career in the three
words: "Ysaye has everything." It
might be added that this summary is
the verdict of practically every critic
of recognition. He has consecrated
his life to conveying a message df
vast musical importance to the world.
It is needlesssto refer to his splen-
did character as a man. It is suffi-
cient to state that among those who
know best, there is but one Ysaye
and the music loving public of the
United States is to have an opportun-
ity of hearing him.
Wins Admiration of World
It is particularly fitting that this
world character whose fatherland
has been so grievously oppressed for
the past three years and has won the
sympathy and admiration of the world,
should be heard at this particular
time, in what the distinguished Pader-
ewsky has pronounced "The finest
music auditorium in the world."
Mr. Ysaye will be assisted by Miss
Victoria Boshko, pianist, who in ad-
dition to playing the accompaniments
will contribute an interesting group
of piano numbers.
The program will be as follows:
1. Suite in D minor for violin and
piano...........Geminiani
I. Grave-Largo. Allegro giusto.
II. Sarabande-Lento.
III. Poco vivace,
M. Eugene Ysaye 'and
Miss Victoria Boshko
2. Sonata op. 47 in A major for vio-
lin and piano
(Kreutzer Sonata) .L. VonBeethoven
I. Adalgio sostenuto-Presto.
II. Andante con variazioni.
III. Finale-Presto.
M. Eugene Ysaye and
Miss Victoria Boshko.
3. Concerto in D minor No. 2 op.
22.,..........H. Wieiawksi
I. Allegro moderato.
11. Romance: Andante non troppo'
111. Allegro moderato.
M. Eugene Ysaye
4. Piano solo:
(a) Barcarolle in A minor
.~Rubinstein
(b) Rhapsodie No. 2.......Liszt
Miss Victoria Boshko
5. (a) Reve d'Enfat....... E. Ysaye
(b) Waltz in E minor
(...a..... Chopin-Ysaye
(c) Ballade and Polonaise

.............Vieuxtemps
M. Eugene Ysaye
Episcopal Girls Give First Dance
The girls of the Episcopal dormitory
gave their first dance Friday night.
It was planned as a Hallowe'en affair
and was semi-formal. The rooms were
decorated with autumn leaves and
berries. Cider was served during in-
termissions and the dance was follow-
ed by a supper.
Several dances will be given by the
dormitory during the year which will
'conform to the new "early to start and
early to quit" rules for women's
houses.
Lyndon's for Eastman Kodaks and
Films. Open Sunday from 9:30 to
4-30 only.-Adv.

FRENCH FORCES CATCH
AUSTRIANS IN POCKET
COL. BESANCON CO-OPERATES'
WITH ALBANIANS IN MOUN-
TAIN FIGHT

Florina, Macedona, Nov. 3.-General
Grosetti, commander-in-chief of the
left wing of the Army of the Orient,
was at headquarters, here a few days
ago when his chief of staff, Colonel
Expert-Besancon, arrived with wel-
come news of a big success.
Colonel Basancon's good news was
that the French forces, co-operating
with the Albanian mountaineers, had
caught an Austrian detachment in a
pocket and had made short work of
it. The Austrians had stacked their
arms and were about their camp du-
ties with their coats off. Suddenly
the French and Albanians burst on
them from surrounding hills, sweep-
ing the camp with a machine-gun fire
from a high cliff. The fight was quick
and awful. The Austrians had no
time to get their guns. They were lit-
erally annihlated. Those who were
not killed, surrendered. The counted
dead numbered 300; the prisoners 450.
The French-Albanian loss was only
three men killed and seven wounded.
Germans Say French Attack Repulsed
The French official communique1
duly recorded this incident, with the
killed and wounded. The German
communique also referred to it, but
gave a different version. According to
the Germans, the French made an at-
tack, which was repulsed without loss.
That night the American ambulance
section from Leland Stanford univer-
sity, Cal., arrived with some of the
wounded, and with independent evi-
dence, based on talking with the cap-
tured prisoners, and counting them,
that the French version had told the
truth and the German Version had con-
cealed it.
The whole route from Saloniki to
Florina ran through a vast marshy
plain. This was the deadly fever zone,
which dragged the vitality out of the
troops. The Vardar river, for which
Serbs and Bulgars contend, was cross-
ed at 7 o'clock. It is a shallow,
marshy stream, deadly with ' fever
germs, and breaks into three irregu-
lar branches crossed by a long steel
bridge.
Serb Soldiers Are Old Men
From end to end of this low plague
region Serb soldiers were giving an-
other evidence of their heroism and
endurance. They were at every
bridge and culvert, and formedthe
guard for the whole railway route, so
vital is moving the troops and sup-
plies. Most of the Serb soldiers were
old men. Their tents were down in
the marsh, and they were literally
living in the scummy water. They
looked yellow from this terrible work.
West of the Varda, Macedonia grows
more fertile. There are small farms,
with water buffaloes dragging primi-
tive wooden plows. This is the re-
gion which the Greek government
hopes to reclaim into a vast farming
section.
STATE TO BUY COAL WITH
FUEL FUND AT ANY PRICE
Government's Proposal to Ship Tons
of Anthracite Has Not
]Materialized
Lansing, Nov. 3-Because the fed-
eral fuel administration's plans to get
coal for Michigan are not producing
results, the statefuel committee, after
consulting Governor Albert Sleeper,
has decided to buy coal with the
state's fuel fund, unless immediate
action is taken at Washington. If
nothing is done Monday, they will be-
gin to look for coal.
Since the government's proposal 10
days ago to send coal for lake ship-

ments into Michigan, some hard coal
has been received. "Any means to
the end" is the slogan of the commit-
tee, meaning they will get coal where-
ever they can at any price.
It is a criminal act to sell or pay
more than maximum price fixed by
the government. But if necessary in
order to get it, the state will even do
that. The alibi will be that the city
of Detroit has bought coal at prices
exceeding the government figure and
if a city is allowed to do it the state
can.

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VARSITY TOGGERY SHOP

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Sweaters
All wool Good dyes

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

I Calkins Drug 324
Company 1123s. U

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Football Pictures
Hot Chocolate and Soda after the Game
Drugs. Soda, Kedaks, Candles
For 30 Yearthe Best

Up to the Minute

FURNISHINGS

Suits and O'coa-
Tailored to your
Individual Style

No Hallowe'en party is up to the minute without an e
tric CHAFING DISH-so handy to use-it can be
nected to any lamp socket.
Then too, when it is a rarebit, the toast must be crisp

evenly browned.

An ELECTRIC TOASTER is the

way to make such toast.

Try our Chop Suey
Chinese and American Dishes

Let us show you.

WAI KING LOO
Joe G*n, Prop.

814 S. State St.

Phone 1244-M

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Radio Military Fountain Pn
WistWatches Waterman
$4.25 to $21 and ConKi
U. ofM. Jewelry
Schianderef & seyfried

QS

DETROIT EDISON C

William and Main Streets

Ann Arbor,

lief of war orphans of French teach-
ers.
The other essay, "French Civiliza-
tion," which is included in the same
volume will be reviewed in the col-
umns of The Daily within the week.
Griffins, to Hold Initiation Tuesday
Fifteen upperclassmen have been
elected to the Griffins, campus honor-
ary society. Initiations of these men
will be held Tuesday.
Gasoline 23c, Polarine 60o. Staebler
& Co., 117 S. Ashley St.-Adv.
Ad.
Use the Daily classified columns.

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Now is the time to order
the clothes that will make
the entire Fall one of
Thanksgiving!

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jpeav copy
super stogie

G. H. Wild Company

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Leading Merchant Tailors
Officers Uniforms

State Street
Shirts-to-Order

WANTED
WANTED-Foreigner, man wants in-
struction in English by *9od rhetor-
ic student, at his home or student's
home. Good enunciation essential.
State qualifications and prices.
Write Daily, Box Q.
WANTED--A violinist and saxophone
player for orchestra work. 1050-,
LOST
LOST-Part of gold watch fob, In-
itials F. G. Please return to Daily
office.
LOST- Eastman autographic Kodal ,
on Ferry Field. Finder please call
1181-J.
LOST - A Conklin self-filling -pen.
Phone 96-M. '
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FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Good rooms at 609 Mon-
roe. One suite for 3 men, one suite
for 2 and a single. Army stores men
taken. Mrs. Schumacher.
FOX SALE
FOR SALE-Hammond Multiplex type-
writer, perfect running order. Rea-
son for selling; need the money.
Box 4, Daily.
MISCELLAnEOUS
SUPERIOR BOARD Armstrong House,
1212 So, Univ. Ave. One block from
Eng. Bldg. $5.00 per week in ad-
vance or $18.50 four weeks in ad-
vance. Phone 2495.
WILL BOARD two girls. Also have
pleasant room four blocks from
Campus. Box P, Daily.

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Mrs. T. Stoddard
Hair Parlors

WIGS FOR RENT

New Chin
LAUNDI
Now open
1115 S. Univer
Work called for
delivered

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Specialist in Rain-water and
Hot-oil Shampooing, Water
Waving and Marcelling.
Try Our Positive Dandruff
Cure.

Will there be a VICTROLA in
your home this Christmas?
EASY TERMS
GRINNELL BROS.
116 So. Main Street

707 N. Univ.

Phone 296.4

YEE BID

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Recreation makes for Efficiency.
OWe try to treat you right." Huston
Bros.-Adv. tf.
U. of M. Jewelry. J. L. Chapman's
Is the place. 113 S. Main.-AdY.

"Officers' Uniforms
G. H. Wild & Co., S

Rent a good
er day. Lyndo

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