THE MICHIGAN DAILY
/S B o 9
The Stain-Bloch Co. 1911
if you 're a
in this 3-button
No padding--no stiffen-
ing--nothing but honest
fa ric, hand tailoring
and "'style ,galore. "
Prices $20 to $40
Lindenschmitt, Apfel Co.
formerly of 510 E. William St. has moved
to 334 S. State St.
Daines' old stand
HIGH SCHOOL TO HAVE
STATE LAW REQUIRES COURSE,
IF 25 OR MORE STU.
Ann Arbor high school will have
military training and instructions in
military tactics soon, according to in-3
structions being sent out by Fred L.
Keeler, superintendent of the state de-1
partment of public instruction. x
The instructions that Mr. Keeler ist
sending out to the superintendents of
all schools in cities of more than 5,000
population are that if 25 or more male2
students enroll for instruction such at
course must be organized. All of-
ficials of schools who decline to en-x
force the provisions of the military
training law are liable to removal
from office. Principal L. L. Forsythe
of the Ann Arbor high school says
that although he has received no
definite instructions up to this date,
he understands that this law will go
into effect soon.
As most every officer or instructor
in military tactics is engaged in train-,
ing men for military purposes, help
must be brought in from outside un-
til sufficient instructors can be se-
cured. Spanish war veterans would
be willing to do the work of instruct-
ors until sufficient men could be se-,
cured, it is thought.
He Sighs for His
A Freshman Dreams of Golden Days
When Tabooed Things
I know that I am fresh, I know that
I am green, yea, I am aware that
through my eyes there shows the light
of supreme unsophistication. But I
am not adverse to learning. And
therefor I beg of you to hear my most
Oh that I might traverse the ways
of the campus and State street with
the jovial heart I long to possess! But
it cannot be. I must tread the walk
with O'Sullivanized quiet, that my
presence be not noted by my neighbor.
Oh that I might for once don the
headpiece of civilization-biddnig mo-
mentary farewell to the all-identifying
pot which rides my locks as a cork
upon the billows. And I must not.
That I might once enjoy the
ecstasy of surmounting the barrier
before the first five rows at the Maj.
But it is the balcony for me.
That I might look upon my acquaint-
ances as friends. But it is not pos-
sible. I must bear the bitterest sus-
picion toward all not branded as my-
self by the gray top-piece.
Oh for the day that I may pass Hill
auditorium, and casting my eyes to-
ward the tank hydrant across the way,
see not the scaffold dripping with the
spoils of its craft, but the thing of
use and beauty which it really is. But,
it is not to be soon.
And oh for that day of all days
when, fresh cap burned, I may greet
the next man heartily, clap him on
the back roughly perhaps, and feel
safe ix} the knowledge that I am no
longer the object of all my fellows'i
And lastly, may this .prayer be not£
GUILD PRESENTS LIST
OF SEMESTER LECTURES
ARRAY OF TALENT ON HAND FOR
ANNUAL SERIES; COLE-
A series of lectures will be given
during the first semester of Wife school
year under auspices of the Wesleyan
Guild of the Methodist church. Re-
ligious workers, national and inter-
national, educationalists kno w ni
throughout the world, and lecturers
will appear on the program.
This course of lectures was estab-
lished in 1897 and is now being main-
tained under the Henry Loud scholar-
ship. Thus far a total of 236 ad-
dresses have been given.
The first lecture will be given Sun-
day evening, October 7, by Mr. George
W. Coleman of Boston. Mr. Coleman,
recently elected president of the
Northern Baptist convention, has been
for many years in the publishing and
advertising business. At one time he
was assistant editor of the Journal of
Education. He has also acted as ad-
vertising manager of many of the
large Boston business concerns as
well as a number of religious journals.
Mr. Coleman is well known as the
originator and director of the Sunday
Evening Ford hall meetings which
were begun in the spring of 1908.
The other lecturers for the first se-
mester are: November 4, Dr. Russel
H. Conwell of Philadelphia, president
of Temple university; Nov. 18, Prof.
H. F. Hall of Evanston, Ill.; Dec. 9,
Bishop Theodore Henderson of Detroit
and Dr. Yutaka Minakychi of Tokio,
Japan, to appear Jan. 6.
HERE'S "HOOVER" MENU;
DOES IT APPEAL TO YOUT
Students Laboratory Supplies for
Bacteriology, Histology, Pathology, Etc,
IT WILL PAY YOU TO GO TO
THE EBERACH & SON CO.
200-208 EAST LIBERTY STREET
Zioctet 1lranb Clotbes
Your winter comfort will need consideration soon. Come
to "Style Headquarters" and see the suits and overcoats that
are in fixed favor with men who know.
Designers skilled in tracing the progress of public taste
and originating styles that conform to the desires of men have
tailored these garments for you.
Realize your clothes-hopes. See these suits and over-
The Store That Sells Society Brand Clothes
PIANOS TO RENT
Best Piano in the city for $4.00 per month.
Celebrated Martin Guitars, Mandolins and Ukeleles.
Everything in Musical Merchandise
Schaeberle & Son Music House
110 S. Main St. Phone 254-Fl
Tasty Steaks, Chops
REGULAR D I N N ER DAILY
Q U I C K S ER VYI C E
AND THE B ERS T OF FOOD
Special Sunday Chicken Dinners, 40c
108 EAST HURON STREET
We have both the inclination and
the equipment to furnish the
best in banking service
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital and Surplus $ 500,000.00
Resources . . . $4,000,000.00
Northwest Corner Main and
707 North University Avenue
Macaroni and cheese
Before buying supplies see our line
The Goodyear Drug Co.
107 SOUTH MAIN S TREET
Do You Know that the
has one of the best equipped
Candy Stores in the state?
They have their own Refrigerating
System, and make their own Ice
Cream and Candies. .: : .
You are invited to visit and in-
spect their plant. : : :
Phone 967 109 S. Main St.
HANDY INFORMATION FOR
ANN ARBOR TRAVELERS
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Effective May 22, 1917)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-*7 :35 a.
in., 8:io a. in., and hourly to 7:10 p. in., 9:ro
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-8-48 a. in. and
every two hours to 6 :48 u. im.; to Lansing,
8:48 P. n.
Jackson Express Cars local stops west of
Ann Arbor)- :48 a. in. and every two boors
to 7:48 p. Mn.
Local Cars East Bound--3::35' a. m., 6:40
a. in., 7:05 a. in. and every two0hours to 7:05
P. in.. 8.05 P. in., 9:0.5 P. in., 10 : 0 p. mn.
To Ypsilanti only 9:2o a.n.. 9:5o a n.,
2:os p. in.. 6:os p. m, 9:45 p. m, 11:43 p. i..
12:20 a. in.. 1:x0 a. i., 1:20 a. m. ro Saline,
' change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars .West Bound-6:os a. m., 7:48
a. m.. 1O:20 p. m.. 12:20 a. m.
This is the menu for the Hoover
dinner which was served by the
Muskegon unit of the woman's defense
committee at the meeting of fthe
Muskegon County Horticultural so-
ciety. The cake was made without
eggs and the war bread" was made
with a substitute for part of the wheat
flour. But it was a wholly satisfying,
wholesome war time dinner and 110
Muskegon county folks ate it. The
event was in charge of Mrs. Hattie
B. Van Zallingen, chairman of the
Muskegon county unit, who has also
been named by Food Administrator
Prescott, Muskegon county chairman
for the Hoover food drive.
PRESIDENT AND ENGINEERING
DEAN INVITED TO DREXEL
President Harry B. Hutchins and
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley of the engi-
neering college have been invited to
represent the University of Michigan
at the twenty-fifth anniversary of
Drexel institute to be held Oct. 19
In conjunction with this anniversary
celebration a conference will be held
of the committee on engineering edu-
cation, of the advisory committee of
the Council of National Defense, at
which Dean Cooley will make a report
on what the University has done to
aid the government.
RED CROSS CAMPAIGN MAY
BRING TOTAL OF $3,000
Chat's Lunch Room
RAPID SERVICE IN THE MORNING
BEST OF FOOD AND COFFEE
L. C. SMITH,
and other high
and RENT Jl
Fraternity and Social Stationery
MIMEOGRAPHING and PRINTING
0. D. MORRILL
322 South State St.
E its anything Photo-
raphic ask SWAIN
13 East University Ave..
WE ARE OPEN UNTIL 2 A. M.
Your every Bank-
ing need fulfilled at
Farmers & Mechanics Bank
1116 S. University
101-105 So. Main
330 So. State St.
A cash card will save
Cholee Cut Flowers and Plants
220 C"a pls 8t. Phone 88-M
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University Is Given German Papers
German newspapers for the months
of August and September, 1914, have
been presented to the University this
summer by Prof. Fred Newton Scott.
Professor Scott was touringGermany
when war broke out and was thus able
to obtain papers for this period.
Estimates gladly given on paint-
ing, paper hanging, tinting or any
kind of firsthclassdecorating. C. H.
Major & Co.-Adv.
LOST -Leather bill fold containing
between $30 and $35. Lost near
Huston's. Reward. Call Daily
Box F. J. F.
LOST-Alpha Phi pin. Finder. please
return to 814 S. University. Re-
R RENT-Suite of rooms. Steam
heat. Private toilet in connection.
Newly plastered and furnished.
Three doors from campus. $5 last
year. $4 if taken at once. 626 S.
Thayer. Phone 1271-W.
R 'RENT-Large brick house suit-
able for fraternity or club. Large
grounds. Very large dining room.
nquire of G. F. Allmendinger.
R RENT - Two very desirable
uites-at reduced price-well heat-
d-electric lights-and telephone.
15 E. Huron.
R RENT-Front suite $3, Also
jingle room $2, if taken by two
ersons $2.50. 338 E. Catherine St.
'R RENT-Three suites $4 each or
3 to one. 413 Thompson.
Returns from the recent Red Cross
campaign are not yet complete. It
is thoughtathat the total will reach
Sorority- and fraternity members
who were in the city during the cam-
paign contributed to this sum.
Another campaign will be carried
on in November. At this time Michi-
gan students especially will be so-
Nevberryites Knit for Red Cross
Newberry residence has started a
knitting class. Ada Arnold, '19, is
chairman of the committee. Already
a generous share of the Red Cross
work has been undertaken.
Laboratory coats, aprons and sup-
plies at Wahr's University Bookstore.
204 N. Main St.
$2.50 in trade for $2.25
$5.00 In trade for $4.50
FOR RENT-3 rooms and suite at at-
tractive prices. Call 1028 Church
or phone 1421-J.
WANTED-A club or fraternity to
board. Private dining room-smok-
ing privileges. $5 per week.
WANTED-Suite or single room. Must
be up to date with modern furni-
ture and comforts. Box B. W. Daily.
FOR SALE - Three good violins.
Price reasonable. Call eveitings*
1005 E. Catherine St.
FOR SALE-Cheap. Dietzgen draw-
ing set. Call 1462-W. 805 E. Hur-
B-i-C S-A- L-E
,of SUMMER RESORT PIANOS
COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 1st, 1917
GRINNE LL BROS.
1 16 SO. MAIN ST. ANN ARBOR
GEO. H. FISCHER
312 National Bank Bldg.
We buy for cash. You buy for cash. University stamped and embosse
You save cash. S. 0. Davis, 119 S. stationery, 25c up. Cushing's Phar
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