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The Michigan Daily, 1917-10-13

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, OCTOBER

Walk-Over

WHAT'S GOING ON
TODAY

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2:30 o'clock-Michigan-Mt.
game on Ferry field.

Union

"Devon"

Model.

A regular thorougbred
Comes also in Brown
Russia, Koko Brown
Siberian Calf-

Brown Cordovan

Style 939

$7.00 to $9.00

Price $9.00

Walk-Over BootShop
115 S. Main Street

6 o'clock-Student volunteer band
meets in Lane hall.
7 o'clock-Upper Room Bible class
meets at 444 South State street.
TOMORROW
2:30 o'clock-Polonia Literary circle
meets in Lane hall.
U-NOTICES
The Varsity band will assemble at
1:15 o'clock today in front of Univer-
sity hall..
Engineers are requested to reserve
Wednesday evening, Oct. 17, for the
annual all-engineer smoker.
Tryouts for cross-country are re-
quested to report for practice between
3 and 6 o'clock this afternoon on
Ferry field.
Announce Inglis-Milliken Engagement
The engagement of Dorothy Baxter
Inglis, '16, .to J. Gordon Milliken, '16E,
of Bay City was announced last night.
Developing Finishing, Groups
Flashlights, Campus Views

RAISING OF LOCAL LIBERTY
LOAN QUOTA IS NOW ASSURED
(Continued from Page One.)
and floating a giant war loan at the
same time.
Local Bond Sales Total $269,750
Liberty bond sales for Ann Arbor
totaled $269,750 last night. This in-
cludes an individual sale of $150,000,
which Mr. Charles L. Brooks, sales
manager for Ann Arbor, reported as
having been made to the Ann Arbor
State and German-American Savings
banks.
The following reports have come in
from local committees in the county:
Ypsilanti reports that $50,000 in bonds
have been sold; Manchester, '$10,000;
Dexter, $5,000; Chelsea, $1,000. No re-
ports have been received as yet from
the rest of the county.
The women's campaign in the coun-
ty will be launched Monday, Oct. 15,
at 3ho'clock, at a meeting to be held
at the city Y. M. C. A. Mrs. Ella G.
Heartt, chairman of the county com-
mittee; Miss Anna Lloyd, represent-
ing the University, and Miss Florence
Pride, representing the city, will ad-
dress the gathering.
Captain Tenney of one of the local
districts reported yesterday the sale
of a $2,500 bond, the totalsavings of
a local woman for the past 11 years.
The woman expressed her regrets that
she had no more} to give.
Boy Scouts are doing a great deal
in helping to swell the sales of bonds.
These lads have sold $27,000,000 of
bonds for the first loan and are hop-
ing to oversubscribe this amount in
the second. Last night a number of
Scouts got together and paraded the
streets with banners, one of which
read: "Today's total for Liberty bond,
$250,000. Buy a Liberty bond."
The Daily's specialty is service to
everyone. Let us serve you.-Adv.
Subscribe for the Michigan Daily.

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harnessed into the
channels 9f good
taste, accounts for
the popularity of
Ruby Footwear.

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Students of the University of Aichigan

Are invited to inspect our splendidly complete line
of handsome
Fall Suits and Overcoats
Smart, Clever Models

NEARLY HALF MILLION MEN
IN TRAINING, SAYS BAKER
Shipments of Clothing and Bedding
Keeping Pace with New
Arrivals
Washington, Oct. 12.-- The number
of men of America's new national
army, either actually under training,
or in one of the 16 cantonments
throughout the country, totals 431,180.
In making public these figures to-
day, Secretary Baker said that the
shipments of clothing to the camps
is keeping pace with thetarrivalof the
new troups.
Up to Oct. 2, the day before the sec-
ond increment of draft men was order-
ed out, nearly 13,000,000 articles of
wearing apparel and sleeping equip-
ment had been sent t~o the canton-
ments and shipments are being made
daily. Camp Funston in Kansas, has
the greatest quota of men of any of
the camps, its number being 39,533.
Camp Custer has the smallest, its
number being 16,193.
Baptist Guild Members Go On Hike
Men and women of the Baptist Guild
will take a hike this morning. , One
party will start from the Guild house
at 10 o'clock and another at 10:30

SHOES
for
MEN and
WOMEN

NICKELS
ARCADE

Alfred Ruby
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IN DETROIT
101 Washington Blvd.

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Pinch Back, Sack Coat, and full belted, in handsome
tweeds and plain cloths, single and double-breasted.

$19.50 to $40,

o'clock. The hikers will take their
lunches with them and will return in
time for the game.
"Ike" Fisher Varsity Sextet:at Arm-
ory every Saturday night. Admission
75c.-Adv.

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334 S. State
Dames Old Stand
Phone 2446-J

The Nickels Arcade Cafeteria'

The Kemfp Music Studio:
Organ, Voice Culture. 312 S.
St. Phone 212-J.-Adv.

Piano,
Division

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IN 'THE OPENS THIS
NICKELS ARCADE WEEK
Where Cleanliness Is Paramount
Recreation makes for Efficiency. You can get those Neolin Soles put
"We try to treat you right." Huston on at Paul's Place, 611 E. William,
Bros.-Adv. tf. while you wait.-Adv.

LYNDON, Photographer.
719 N. University Ave.
Ann Arbor's Largest Dealer in
Eastman Kodaks and Films Amateur Finishing
is our Praticular Business and we make it our
Particular Business to get the Kind of Results
that make you our Permanent Customer

Text-Books and Supplies
For all Courses
WE SUPPLY EVERY STUDENTS' NEED
Sheehan & Co.
Ann Arbor Detroit

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Special Values in Fall

& Winter Overcoats

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We were recently offered a line of Overcoats, so well made and so stylish that we purchased them and will pass them on
to those needing overcoats at prices so low that no other store can duplicate the values at the prices we will charge for
them.
We are satisfied that if you only come in and take a look at them that you'll appreciate what great values are offered you.
These overcoats are not a lot of odds and ends but every garment was made for this Fall and Winter trade and are the latest
styles and the most desirable fabrics in the smart; new patterns. You'll find here overcoats in the
MILITARY EFFECTS, BELTS, PLAITS,'YOKES, PATCH POCKETS, BODY TRACING MODELS, BOX COATS, SINGLE
AND DOUBLE BREASTED EFFECTS OF NEWEST CUTS

Every one dressy, stylish and as smart as
so have made extremely low prices on them.
give you good service at these prices.

can be desired. We want to move this lot just as quickly as possible and to do
You'll find an overcoat here that you'll like, look good upon you and that will

$16-00

$18,00

$20,600

$22 00

ALSO A FINE LINE OF SHEEP LINED COATS, FUR COLLARS

These prices look low and they are. We stand hack of them and each one is up to our standard of quality: You'll get long
service out of them. These cold days make an overcoat a necessity and you will be wise to buy now, when you can save
money and at the same time obtain a full season's wear out of the garments.
It will pay you to drop in and inspect the line. All sizes and both light and heavy weight. Certainly, the men of this city
never had offered them before such an opportunity to save on such high-quality goods as is offered them now.

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