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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY,

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Before a Jury
You know that your appearance is always on
trial. Every man you meet is both judge and
jury of how you look.
Are you guilty of a faulty selection in your
,clothes? Do poor fitting clothes stand against
you?
If so, why not acquit yourself, win the verdict
and be declared a good dresser?
Let us become your tailoring counsel-we'll
win you that verdict if we make your clothes.
DRESS SUITS FOR HIRE
SHIRTS TO ORDER
J. CARL MALCOLM
604 East Liberty St. Malcolm Block

is advertisement presetted at our shon before Nov. 1st, entitles you
to a ten per cent discounton your purchase

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ARCADE JEWELER
CARL F. BAY
Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing

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NICKELS ARCADE

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Waterman
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RESTAVRANT
KICIGAN INN
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Rae Theatre

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NATIONAL C, A13 TO
RISE THIRTY MILLIONS
CONFERENCE OF Y. W. AND Y. M.
C. A.'S AT CHICAGO PLAN
WAR FUND DRIVE
Merle B. Doty, '18E, president of the
University Y. M. C. A. and Miss Eva
Lemert of the University Y. W. C. A.
attended the national conference of
the Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A.
held yesterday at La Salle hotel, Chi-
cago, for the purpose of discussing the
raising of $30,000,000 to $0,000,000 for
war work. Invitations to take part
in this conference, were received
through the state committee.
The money raised by. the combined
associations will be used in camp
work for the purpose of raising the
moral of the United States army. The
need for more secretaries, both in
America and France, was another
problem discussed by the conference.
Dr. John R. Mott, general secretary
of the war work council, was the prin-
cipal speaker. Sherwood Eddy, who
has spent considerable time with the
French army, also addressed the con-
ference.
Although no definite plans have been
made as yet by the University Y. M.
C. A. for carrying out its part in the
new campaign, it is known that all
local organizations will be asked to
co-operate with the association.
Health Service
Opens for Year
The University health service, 226
N. Ingalls street has opened its doors
to the students once more with the
same force as was there last year.
One change in the board is expected
aut is not yet announced.
Two hundred and fifty men were
treated during the past summer
months, while 325 were treated in the
Summer of 1916. The number of wo-
men who received attention this sum-
ner was 157, and in 1916 it was 165.
Individual office calls during the sum-
mer session numbered 1271 as oppos-
ed to 1492 in the summer preceding.
In only one group does this year's
figures show an increase over those of
last year. This is in the number of
students refered to and treated in
the hospitals. The number for this
summer was 241 while a year ago it
was only 207.
The service will be open this week,
mornings, the same as last year and
also on Thursday and Friday after-
poons.
OVER SUBSCRIBE SHORT
TIlE TREASURY NOTES
Washington, Oct. 2. - Liberty loan
forces were marked- today -by the over
subscription of the large issue of
short time treasury certificates of in-
debtedness taken out by the govern-
pient.
The certificates bear four per cent
interest maturing December 15 and
may be redeemed upon 10 days no-
tice. The amount of the over sub-
scription was not laid by the treasury,
but the taking of the entire issue
which is $100,000,000 or one-third
greater than any previous offering
\with a margin to spare was regarded
as presaging the success of the see-
pnd Liberty loan issue.
Rest Resort for Americans

American soldiers on leave from the
French army will rest in a famous
resort in the French Alps.

WHAT'S GOING ON

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Thursday at 10 o'clock, room 105, W.
H. Mr. Cowden. A course intended
to give training in the writing and re-
vision of compositions. The student
will be expected to submit five or six
manuscripts during the semester.
These manuscripts are to be carefully
revised, the work of revision continu-
ing until the student has made his
composition as nearly perfect as his
talents permit.
Open only to juniors who have had
Rhetoric 3 or 4, and limited to twenty
students. All those wishing to take
this course should consult with the
instructor before making their elec-
tion.
Tryouts for business staff on the
Michiganensian report between 2 and
3 o'clock to Kirkpatrick in offices up-
stairs in Press building.
A call has been sent out for can-
didates to tryout for the position of
football manager, made vacant by Le-
land Scofield's enlistment in the army
ambulance corps last June. Those de-
siring to tryout for the position are
requested to call at Ferry field at 3
o'clock on Wednesday afternoon.
Members of the Kalamazoo Normal
club will hold the first meeting of the
year at 7:30 o'clock next Friday night
in Lane hall. All former Kalamazoo
students are requested to be present.
At this meeting a social committee
for the ensuing year will probably be
appointed and several other business
affairs arranged.
Varsity band rehearsal at 7 o'clock
tonight in U-Hall. Tryouts for all
new men are requested to be present
at this rehearsal.
Engineers Notice
There is opportunity for a few good
men to try out on the editorial and
business staffs 'of the Michigan Tech-
nic. Prospective tryouts should apply
at the Technic office, 269-271 New Eng.
Bldg., Wed. 10-11 A. M., 1-3 P. M.;
Thurs. 9-10 A. M., 3-4 P. M.-Adv.
- Patronize Our Advertisers.-Adv.

U-Notices
The following course was
in the University year book:

Rhetoric
18. Junior Composition.

G. H. Wild Company

Leading Merchant Tailors

STATE STREET

omitted

Tuesday,

With thirty years' experience of catering to an exacting
tailoring trade we are better prepared than ever to fully main-
tain the standard by which we have always been recognized.
We solicit your custom on the basis of a record of good
- service to an exacting trade for a long period of years, and of
our undertaking to provide you with suits and overcoats of
guarafteed quality and workmanship.

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PHONE 600

OPEN EVENINGS

PHONE 600

ARCADE FLORAL SHOP,
NICKELS ARCADE OPPOSITE SUB-POST OFFIdE

Flower Department
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
FLOWERS FOR ALL
OCCASIONS
FLOWERING PLANTS
FULPER POTTERY
CORSAGES A SPECIALTY

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Kodak Department
EASTMAN KODAKS.
FILMS AND SUPPLIES
KODAK FINISHING OUR SPECI-
ALTY - EIGHT HOUR SERVICE
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
DEV. 1Oc PRINTS 3, 4, Sc

G, HK Wild
Company

Today
am Fox presents
actress

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VALESKA SURRATT
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Sir Ridder Hugard's wonderful
story of the woman who lived a
thousand years
"SHE"
Also the usual RAE Comedy iti
TWO BIG PARTS
"LONESOME LUKE,
MECHANIC"

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Fancy creates a want to posses
a certain thing exactly like an-
other certain thing.
MARQUARD
CAMPUS : TAILOR
516 E. WILLIAM STREET
Can satisfy your wants for
Fall cloths from his complete
line of materials and styles.
An individual suit for every
individual.

EARL & WILSON C ll
7ROY'S BEST PRODUCT
WAR DEPARTMENT
CALLS PROFESSORS
Forts Benjamin Harrison, Riley and
Sill, and Camp Lee Rep-
resented
The war department has called a
number of men from tie staff of the
Homoeopathic Medical school into ac-
tive service during the past summer.
They are serving in various military
camps throughout the country.
Dr. H. M. Beebe, professor in surg-
cry, was called August 10. He re-
ported first to Fort Benjamin Harri-
son, and was later sent to Fort Sill in
*Oklahoma, for instruction in gas de-
fense. Lately he was ordered to Camp
Lee, Petersburg, Va., where he is now
giving instruction in the same sub-
ject.
Dr. H. M. Holcombe, first assistant
in surgery at the hospital, was called
to service August 1. He is stationed
at Fort Benjamin Harrison and has
received a commission as first lieuten-
ant.
Dr. L S. Ideson reported for active
service at Fort Riley August 15. He
also is commissioned as a first lieu-
tenant.-
Dr. R. S. Criswell went into service
at Fort Benjamin Harrison August 20,
and is the second assistant in ophthal-
mology.
Drawing Instruments. Unusual bar-
gains in second-hand sets, at Wahr's.
-Adv.

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HAND COLORED PRINTS AND ENLARCEM ENTS
Guaranteed Self-filling Fountain University stamped and emboss
Pens $1.00 and up. Cushing's Phar- stationery, 25c up. Cushing's Ph
macy.-Adv. tf macy.-Adv. t

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inese and American Dishes
WAI KING LOO
Chu Ginn,Prop,
State St. Phone 1244-M
r your alarm clocks at J. L.
nan's, Jeweler. 113 S. Main.

Have moved from 3 3 8
State street to 338 May-
nard Street, where they
are ready to give in-
creased service to their

Cincinnati has barred some
German text-books from the
schools.

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public

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?reshmen, Greetings:

We welcome you to our midst. We have seen many
of you come and go. We have been here 12 long
years serving Michigan Men and Women. Several
others have tried to serve you in the same capacity
but most have failed. While they have made failures,
we have made successes, and now as we are entering
another school year, we want you, Mr. Freshman to
get started RIGHT. We want you to know our busi-
ness-our policy, our value to you as a studentand in
after years we want.you to realize now what Pictures
of College days meant to every student-what a
knowledge of Photography means to a man through
life. Sit down and think it over and resolve to start
NOW to keen a collection. Start now to find by in-
quiry' or by personal observation who should do your
Kodak finishing-who has the Kodak and Finishing
business of this new home of yours.
We invite you to come in and get acquainted with
the biggest and busiest Exclusive Kodak Shop in
31ichigan-and remember that we guarantee every

job-or no pay.
There is only one real Kodak Shop in Ann Arbor
and that is LYNDON'S-719 N. University Ave., 2
doors from the Hill Auditorium, at the sign of the
Kodak-right on the Campus-just north of the Law
Building.
(Est. 1905, growing ever since)
Two Doors from the Arcade Theatre
P. S.-Open every evening until 9 o'clock-but you
can drop your film after hours in the chute and
well take care of it next day
Here's some good news:-We have 9000 Eastman
Kodaks to rent for only 10c per day. Also some bar-
gains in slightly used Kodaks as well as all the new
ones-in stock. Our films are fresh, they don't get
stale 'round here.
See our line of albums.
Comein and get acquainted. I'll have some Rush
and Football Pictures for you roon.

C-LEANLINESS, PURITY AND SERVI CE

WILL CONTINUE TO BE THEIR

Lyndon

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