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Calkins Drug Co.
324 So. State and 1123 So, University Ave.
All the New Kodaks are on Sale here. Let
Us show Them to you. We would like to
Trade for your old one.
When a man begins
to pay attention to his
clothes he commences to
improve in other direc-
set the highest standards
for such improvement.
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209 S. Man t
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Clothes may not make a
roan, but a man is most
generally known by his
appearance, and he
makes a better. inipres-
sion if his appearance is
marked by carefully
chosen and tailored
5z6 E. Williams St.
Someone to carry
away $3,000 ins
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Eberbach & Son Co
200-204 E. Liberty St
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Phone 600 f;r ;igns and show cards.
oct3 to 29
Pianos It. rent.; terms right. Schae-
berle & Son, 110 South Main St. occ3tf
Dancing every Saturday Evening.
Armory, Ypsilanti. 19-20-21
Ti" 31. A. C.fiebignn football gam"e
will be covered play by play in The
Michigan Daily extra.
Assembly t ,Armory Saturday night.
Call 600 for expert typewriting.
Alarm clocks, $1.00 up. Chapman,
Jeweler, 113 South Main St. tues-eod
May Hold Debate:
Wilson vs. Hughes
Democratic Club of the University Is-
sues Challenge to Repub-
The Woodrow Wilson club of the
university has issued a challenge to the
Michigan Republican club to meet it
in a public debate on the question:
Resolved, That Charles Evans Hughes
is better fitted for the presidency of,
the United States than Presidentj
Providing the challenge is accepted,
the debate will probably be held at
the Union, and the audience will be
judge of the debate. It is planned to
hold the debate the Friday night be-
fore election, or any other night be-
fore election that is suitable to the
Several prominent debaters of the
University have already signified their
willingness to speak in the interests
of their candidates, and there will bed
plenty of students who will be glad.
to have an opportunity to see the mat-1
ter threshed out in a public debate.
'MOVIE' NEARLY COMPLETED
Lst of Filming for Local Picture
Will Occur Today
If you are one of those who were
requisitioned during the last week to1
be a "movie" actor for the nonce, you
will have an opportunity of seeingI
yourself on the flickering screen be-t
ginning next Tuesday, when the mu-1
nicipal "movie" will be shown at one
of the local theaters to remain the
rest of the week.
All of the scenes, with the excep-
tion of the M. A. C. game today,
have been taken, and some of the
Speare, who photographed the scenes.
stated that the films are exception-
ally clear and expressed great satis-
faction with the result of his labors.
The picture will contain 155 scenes
and will comprise 3,500 feet of film
It is estimated that fully 25,000 people
will have been filmed for the "movie"
after today's game.
ROB N. Y, C. FREIGHT TRAIN
Armed Robbers Take Merchandise
From Car for Brasdell
Buffalo, Oct. 20.--A New York Cen-
tral freight train, heavily loaded with
merchandise for Chicago, was held up
by armed robbers near Brasdell early
t day, and the cars looted. When the
train was stopped, an automobile truck
was backed up to it, a car door pried
open, and the truck laoded with over-
coats, shoes and other wearing ap-
parel. The robbers departed in the
lirection of Buffalo.
GLEE CL'B WILL GIVE TWO
PERFOiMANCES IN ANN ARBOR
Two entertainments will be ggiven
by the Varsity Glee club in Ann Arbor
before it starts on its tour through the
southwest, according to plans made at
a meeting of the executive committee
of musical clubs last night. One big
concert offering the same program
that will be presented on the trip will
be the feature of the year. A concert
also will be given some afternoon.
Lists of the members chosen for each
club will be published as soon as the
names have been passed upon by the
eligibility committee, probably within
the next two or three days.
Library Receives Old Newspapers
Mrs. Mary E. Warner, of Ann Arbor,
'as presented the library with a num-
' ,r of old newspapers dating from
F"8 to 1850, 145 in all. There is a'
"iplete set of copies of The New
kAc Whig from 1831 to 1832, and 17
iu of the Connecticut Courent,
1ilished in 1828, at Harford, Conn.
On Their 'Hums'
Can't Secure Old Stand Outside the
Delta, But Will Utilize
Michigan rooters who remember the
chrysanthemum stand run by the girls
of the Y. W. C. A. at the corner of
State and Packard streets on the oc-
casion of previous big games, will look
for it in vain as they pass to this
year's game with M. A. C.
It isn't often that the girls are
balked in the plans they undertake,
and they had planned on a stand near
the Delta, as in former years, but the
manager of the Delta had also decided
to sell "mums" there, and no amount
of persuasion could induce him to al-
low rivals on the ground. His advice
to the girls was to get permission
from the police, so nothing daunted,
they visited headquarters, only to be
told that there was nothing doing and
they must see the mayor. This the
girls flatly refused to do, not because
they were timid about interviewing
the mayor, but because it was only a
few days since they had interviewed
hiim in regard to the tag day project
and even a mayor is apt to be irritable
if asked for too many things at once
So the sale of "mums" will be con-
fined to three stands, the,Y. M. C. A..
the Michigan Central station, and
Newberry hall, with the added attrac-
tion of home-made candy at the lat-
ter place. And the girls' committtee
as they view the crowds surging down
State and Packard, will not cease to
regret the red tape which prevente,3
their selling "mums" on that partic-
SIMPLIFY GIRLS' EMPLOYMENT
Work This Year to Be in Charge of
DeaIn Myra B. Jordan
Employment of college girls by
wives of faculty men and town wom-
en will be simplified this year by the
free employment bureau which i be-
ing established under the direction of
Bean Myra B. Jordan. The bureau
wYill take over all the work formerly
done by various campus organizations
and will be in charge of Miss Miriam
Gerlach, secretary to the dean of
Standard rates for house work, as
well as for the more difficult work
often demanded, are established, and
patrons will be obliged to agree to
them in all cases: There are calls
constantly coming in to the office for
girls to spend the evening at some
home, while the family is away, to
wait on table for luncheons, teas and
dinners, to do sewing or altering,
manicuring and shampooing.
Any girls who wish any form of
work are asked to register with Miss
Gerlach, and faculty and town peo-
ple may telephoneher for any help
wanted. Morning hours are the best
time for registering, although Miss
Gerlach is in her office in Barbour
gymnasium during the afternoons as
BRYAN TO ARRIVE TOMORROW
FOR PROHIBITION ADDRESS
W. J. Bryan will arrive in Ann Ar-
bor tomorrow morning from Toledo to
deliver his address on prohibition. Mr.
Bryan comes here as a result of the
combined efforts of the dry campaign
league and the University Y. M. C. A.,
and will lend his services to the dry
force without compensation. Mr.
Bryan has been touring the states of
the middle west in the same interest
for which he comes to Ann Arbor.
Tmmediately after his talk at the Wein-
berg coliseum, Mr. Bryan will leave
for Adrian where he will speak Sun-
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200-202 MAIN ST
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a smile and an
air of prosper-
your best bus-
iness suit and
you have no
one. We have
to appear pro-
sperous, if we
are to be pro-
BRING YOUR FILMS TO
REYNOLD'S KODAK SHOP
FOR BEST DEVELOPING, PRINTING AND ENLARGING
While new to Ann Arbor Students, we have had long ex-
perience in pleasing University People.
Let Us show you that we can give you the most satisfactory
Phone and We Will Call for Your Wotk.
510 E. William St. Phone 1564-R
BREMEN FOUNDERED AT
SEA, BOA'SOWN ERSSAY
The Ocean Company and Paul G. L.
Milken Both Admit Undersea
Amsterdam, Oct. 20.-The Ocean
company, owners of the German co n-
merce submarines, consider the ' sub-
marine Bremen lost, according to 4d-
vices from Bremen. There is much
grief among the families of members
of the crew, most of whom live in that
city. The Deutschland's return trip
to the United States has been indef-
initely postponed, these advices stated.
Baltimore, Oct. 20.-Paul G. L. Hil-
ken admitted here today that the Ger-
man merchant submarine Bremen is
a month overdue, that he feared the
vessel had met with an accident and
that she had been lost with all her
crew. This is the first time that any
one in a position to know the German
side of the story of the Bremen has
permitted his name to be used in con-
nection with a belief that the ship is
Hilken is the American manager of
the Deutsche Ozean Rhederei, owners
of the Bremen and the Deutschland.
Hilken returned to Baltimore today
from New London, Conn., where for
weeks he has been awaiting the ar-
rival of the U-liner. He made no ef-
fort to hide the grief over the fate of
the boat and the death of the members
of her crew, 30 officers and men.
Hilken said that the U-53 probably
had been sent to this side to search
for the missing submarine. He de-
nied that more than one Bremen was
built, and said he believed that the
Deutschland will make another trip.
MINNESOTA TO GIVE COURSE
OF STUDY ON HUMAN NATURE
Minneapolis, Minn., Oct. 20.-A course
in human nature will be opened at
the University of Minnesota Novem-
ber 1. Motives which cause people
to do thing, close-ups on character,
and instincts are to be studied. No
secret will be safe from the perfected
pupils of this course, it is said. Prof.
Rupert Lodge of the philosophy .de-
partment of the university will con-
duct the course.
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Yale: The pageant celebrating the
two hundredth anniversary of the
removal of the university to New
Haven started yesterday. Over 8,000
people are taking part in it. The
football game scheduled for today
between Yale and Virginia Poly-
technic was played yesterday so
that the bowl could be used for the
Nebraska: Students of the corn.
husker university have constructed
a huge ear of corn to take with
them to Oregon and parade over the
gridiron between halves.
Cornell: Eleven students have been
isolated in the university infirmary
as a result of being exposed to in-
fantile paralysis at their rooming
Ohio: Seniors will be excused from
taking the final examinations next
spring, commencement exercises be-
ing held during examination week.
The faculty has decided, however,
that after this year the old system
of having commencement after ex-
aminations are over will be re-
Do not hide a good suit under a
poor overcoat. One of our new fall and
winter overcoats would blend so nicely
with your fall suit that your appearance
as a whole would be a source of satisfac-
tion to yourself and admiration to your
ThiN Is The Kind of
Overcoat You Want
Velex prints at Sugl-n's.
urys and Students'
$15.00 to $28.50
FOR RENT--Single room. Enquire at
71.6 Church or Alpha Delta Phi
FOR RENT-Desirable suite one
block from campus. 411 E. Wil-
liam. Call 1856-W. oct.17-23
FOR RENT-Suite of rooms; arranged
for two, reasonable, open on bal-
cony. Phone 1038-M. 502 Liberty.
WANTED--Energetic student to earn
room and board. Must be able to
milk. . For particulars call 7121-F-".
WANTED--Studen t Iandry work by
an experienced and competent Laun-
dry. Phone 1487. 19-20-21-22-24-25
MISCL'L1 ANEd US
A. REFINED woman would like to
care for a home during the winter
months. Ref vet es c a ed
Phone 1810-M 20- -22
1i Otir Vlct'or Re--cords
App rovaid Serv ce
Has given the best of satisfaction
To Victro a Owners
Call us up and learn about it
Jewish Students Are Invited to Detroit
S. D. Frankel, '17L, president of the
Jewish Students' congregation, is in
receipt of a letter coming from the
Young Peoples' society of the Temple
Beth El of Detroit, announcing a meet-
ing and reception to be held at the
Detroit temple at 8:15 o'clock tomor-
row evening. A cordial invitation is
extended to all members of the stu-
Does your mrusical instrumAnt need
repairs? Take it to Schaeberle & Son,
110 South Main street, for first-class
116 E. Liberty St.
The Young Mens. Shop
Leave your film at the Delta.
oct3 to 29
Assembly at Armory Saturday night.
The Michigan Daily football extra
for the 1. A. C. game will be pink.
Watch for It.
GrnAr . r'
116 S Mai^ *.