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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY,

Walk-Over-

WHAT'S GOcIN ON

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Price $9.00

$7.00 to $9.00

TODAY
7:30 o'clock-Adelphi debating so-
ciety meets in Adelphi rooms, Uni-
versity hall.
TOMORROW
3:35 o'clock-Michigan-West State
Normal game on Ferry field.
6 o'clock-Kalamazoo Normal stu-
dents meet in Lane hall.
7:30 o'clock-American Institute of
Electrical Engineers meets in room
248 Sngineering building.
7:45 o'clock-Reception for Luther-
an students at Luther chapel, corner
Fifth and Washington streets.I
U-NOTICES
All cross-country men are requested
to turn out for practice from 3 to j6
o'clock today on Ferry field.
Tryouts for the Varsity Glee club
will be held at 7 o'clock tonight in
room 206 School of Music.{
Tryouts for the Varsity Mandolin
club will be held at 7 o'clock tonight
at the School of Music.
Tryouts for the University Sym-
phony orchestra will be held from 7
to 8:30 o'clock tonight and tomorrow
night at the School of Music. All can-
didates should bring some music with!
which they are familiar. Freshmen;
are eligible. ;
Tryouts for the Choral Union will
be held daily from 10 to 12 o'clock and
from 4 to 5 o'clock at the School of
Music.

SLOONS TO BE OUSTED
FROM TRAINING VICINITY
SHERIDAN AND GREAT LAKES
NAVAL STATION PROMISED
1i-MILE DRY ZONE
The ousting of all saloons within a
15-mile zone of Forst Sheri dan and
the Great Lakes naval training sta-
tion was demanded yesterday by the
unanimous vote of the' Rock River
conference, and promises have been
made by Raymond Fosdick of the war
commission, Secretary of War Baker,
and Secretary of the Navy Daniels
that the saloons would be closed.
A general order was also issued
yesterday by Division Commander Ma-
jor General Leonard Wood, putting a
stop to all gambling in Camp Funston.
This applies not only to dice and
porker and "blackjack," the soldiers'
game, but to more elite forms of gamb-
ling, such as bridge and euchre, as
well.
"The order against gambling will be
strictly enforced," said Col. E. C. Kil-
bourne, chief of staff. "This applies
to officers as well as men, and even
bridge at one-fourth of a cent a point
is included. Any one caught gamb-
ling will be put to work on the rock
pile.

A Specialty

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Corsage

WE SUPPLY EVERY STUDENTS' NEED

Text-Books and Supplies
For all Courses

Sheehan & Co.
Ann Arbor Detroit
Choice Cut Flowers and Plapts

Walk-Over Boot Shop
115 S. Main Street

Biouquets

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Men's Clothing Section
(Ground Floor Annex)

For this and neat week we have arranged a special exhibit of smart
new models in
Young Men's Fall Suits
There is a cleverness in design, a smartness in make-up and fineness of
material that must appeal to lovers of correct dress. Uvery suit is splen-
didly tailored, a masterpiece of the tailor's art, and they are great values.

Cousins & Hall UNIV.AVE.
Viembers of theFlorsts Telegraph Dehbery Association
NOTICE
To the Public
Do not violate the city ordinances and exect to get off without
paying the penalty. Your attention is particularly called to the fol-
lowing :
Do not ride bicycle on the sidewalks within the city.
Do not play ball in the streets.
Do not tack signs on telephone or telegraph poles.
Do not keep a dog unless licensed. Bull dogs must be muzzled
even if on a chain.
Do not drive taxi or dray without a license.
Do not open muffler on your machine. No vehicle shall cross any
thoroughfare or make any turn thereon at a greater speed than ten
miles per hour. No vehicle shall be parked at any time within twenty-
five feet of any fire hydrant. No person shall operate an automobile,
motorcycle, or other motor vehicle on any street or public highway in
the business and closely built up portion of the corporation at a
greater speed than ten miles an hour, or on any street or public high-
way elsewhere in the corporation, or on any park driveway, at a
greater rate of speed than fifteen miles an hour.
THOMAS O'BRIEN,
Acting Marshal,
City of Ann Arbor, Mich.

Prices Ranging from $19.50 to $35.00

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CLUETT-PEAflOP3Y c .0 emu'
MAKEIRS
Needs Sky Pilot
At Registration
He wasn't a member of any church,
this freshman wasn't. But he had
leanings toward one with a long and
involved name.
He was registering late and the
room was empty of students who
might help him. He needed some sort
of help, 'cause, you see, this freshman
didn't know how to spell the name
of the church he was going to at-
tend.
"Epis-Episc-oh gosh, how do you
spell it?" exclaimed the wearerof the
yearling grey.
He racked his brain until the wan-
ing light of a setting sun showed him
the registration room was due to be
closed. He sighed in despair, wrote
hastily, and turned in his cards.
His church preference, the cards de-
clared, was "Methodist."
Guaranteed Self-filling Fountain
Pens $1.00 and up. Cushing's Phar-
macy.-Adv. tf

OPEN CAMPUS OFFICE TO
DIRECT REDCROSS SALE
CHRISTMAS SEALS TO PROVIDE
FUNDS FOR ANTI-TUBER-
CULOSIS CAMPAIGN
The 1917 sale of Red Cross seals
for the state of Michigan will be di-
rected by W. L. Cosper of New York
city from his offices in the Natural
Science building. Mr. Gosper arrived
in Ann Arbor yesterday and immedi-
ately took over his new duties. He
will work in conjunction with the
Michigan Anti-Tuberculosis society,
which has headquarters in the same
building.
"We have an enormous task before
us," Mr. Cosper said yesterday, "but
we are hopeful that our efforts will
be fruitful. Never before has the need
of large sales been so vital as it is
now. Being at war, it is important
that tuberculosis be stamped out
among our soldiers, and to this end
the larger per cent of the proceeds
of the present campaign will be de-
voted. I feel sure that Michigan stu-
dents willbe able to achieve wonders
for us in this campaign and for this
reason a better headquarters site than
Ann Arbor could not have been se-
lected."
The organizing of the various coun-
ties into separate units is already un-
der way. They will constitute a chain
that will work under the direction of
the main office in this city. Civic clubs,
women's societies and other organiza-
tions will take charge of the work in
-the local districts. In this way it is
hoped that an unusually large sale of
the stamps will be reached.
New Episcopal Home for Girls Ready
The new Episcopal home for Uni-
versity girls is completed. Under the
general supervision of Mrs. A. W.
Schurz, who will act as social director
and chaperon, this dormitory is to be
run along the same lines as the two
larger ones. The house head and a
majority of the 13 girls are Episcopal1
ians.
Officers for the coming year are:
Lucile Duff, '19, president; Julia Mus-
son, '19, treasurer, and Edna Apel, '20,
head of the social committee.
The patronesses are Mrs. Henry
Douglas, Mrs. Arthur G. Hall, Mrs.
W. 0. Raymond, and Miss Margaret
Wenley.

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A second tryout for the Girls' Glee
club will be held at 4:15 o'clock todayj
at the School of Music. First year:
girls are not eligible.
The reception for Episcopal students:
announced for Friday, Oct. 12, has:
been postponed for several days.,
Tryouts for the Varsity Glee club
will be held at 7 o'clock tonight at
the School of Music. There are plenty
of vacancies in all sections of the club.
The All-fresh Glee club will hold
try-outs at 7 o'clock tomorrow night
at the School of Music. This is open
to men of any class who are on the
campus for the first time this year.
Sale of course tickets for the Pre-
Festival concertskhas been unusually,
brisk. Patrons tickets went on sales
Saturday and are nearly sold. Several
of the block A seats which went on
sale Monday morning are gone. Block
B tickets, which are the next best
seats, go on sale today and Block C
seats go on sale Wednesday morning.
Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock,
tickets for the single entertainments
will be sold.

Y. 1V. C. A. to Hold Banquet Saturday
The annual Y. W. C. A. banquet
takes place at 6 o'clock Saturday eve-
ning, Oct. 13, in Barbour gymnasium.
Free tickets may be obtained by the
freshmen upon application at New-
berry hall, while tickets for upper-
classmen are 50 cents.
Helen Bourke, '18, president oO the
association, and Miss Eva Lemk rt,.
secretary, will talk and there iiwill
also be a freshman speaker.
We. are decorating some of the best
homes in the city. Call 237. C. H.
Major & Co.-Adv.

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the first cost of Kuppenheimer
netimes a little more, we over-
n refer to them as "luxury
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T HE NICKELS ARCADE CAFETERIA
in the NICKELS ARCADE
r---OPENS THIS WEEK-1
WHERE CLEANLINESS IS PARAMOUNT

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cheap suit tlvo to one
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prices Ioe offer you the
fit obtainable anywhere

sed to include the cost in the long run
elmer Clothes
es at all. lTiey are true econ-
ppenheimer suit v ill outivear a
7t $22,50, $30, $35 and up. In
?et quality for less. At these
maximum in style, fabric, and
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Shoes repaired while you wait.
G. Andres. 222 S. State.-Adv.

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719 N. University Ave.

N. F. ALLEI
Main Streel

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Copyrigbt 1917
The Souse of Kuppeziheir

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