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We are ready to show you the
Best Line of Men's
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HOLD FOOTBLL SMOKER
IN DETROIT SATURDAY
University of Xiehigan Club Plans
Big Event at Board of Com-
merce for This Week
"Things will move with a, bang."!
This is the emphatic promise made byE
Percy J. Donovan, '10, in a letter to
The Daily yesterday in regard to the
immense Michigan-Cornell football
smoker to be held at the board of coin-
merce in Detroit, Saturday afternoon.
All undergraduates of the University
of Michigan are welcome and will have
the opportunity of meeting practically
every prominent alumnus in the state.
Tickets are on sale at Houston Bros.'
There are reasons more
Suit and Overcoat,
You'llbe convinced we are
right When you look these
ga meznts over.
J. F. Wuerth Co.
Next to Orpheum
than one why
should buy a
WADHMS & CD.
State St Store
Brandegee -Kincaid Clothes
WE SELL A
Your Floral Needs=
Are BEST SATISFIED By Us
Cut Flowers Flowering Plan
FLOWERS FOR DECORATION
=COUSINS & HACL
1002 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.
Live speeches, peppy songs, and en-
tertainment for every minute of the
smoker are on the program to insure
a rousing good time. Refreshments in
abundance will be served, and some of
the old time cheer leaders will be there
to raise the roof as the returns of the
game come in.
The University of Michigan club of
Detroit, is famous for these football
smokers, of which at least one is given
ts every season. Mr. Donovan, who is
general chairman of the Michigan-
Cornell smoker, makes the statement
L that all who are unable to go along on
the Cornell special to see the game
should not miss this opportunity of
__.___ coming to Detroit for the smoker,
where they may see and appreciate the
Ifact that the men in college are but a
small part of the vast number of Mich-
igan alumnae scattered throughout the
New Fall Neckwear, Hats
Typewriters for sale or rent.
Hamilton Business College
VARSITY TOGGERY SHOP
1107 So. Univ.
This Store aims to Serve it's
To give the best value possible
for the lowest price possible is the best service any store can
Women's and Children's Apparel
WESTERN FOREST FIRES
END AS, EASTERN BEGIN
Main and Liberty Sts.
Difference in Seasons Explained
Character of Trees and
It is made of the Finest Black
Unfinished Worsted. It is silk
tined, silk sewed and hand
It is tailored with Distinguish-
ed Grace, as the picture shows.
Come in and try it on. We are
quite puffed up over this value.
It is getting us talked about
among young men who know
"what's what" and where to
Making a specialty of Even-
ing Clothes we are in a position
to assure you getting the right
Haberdashery when you select
from our showing.
Tinker & Company
Car. State and William St..
HYGIENE LECTURES TO START
Dr. A. S. Warthin to Give Annual Talks
to Freslman Class
The American Law Book Co.
27 Cedar Street
CHROPoff a few
minutes and eat some of
WAR KING LO
314 S. State st. Phone 1244-lM
Are you hard to suit? Look at Davis
Shirts. Davis at 119 Main. nov3,5
Standard flexible arm Study Lamp -
For short time only
Washtenaw Electric Shop
Phone 273 200 Wasiblngton St. East
'DE VON 2/IN. .
15 ots. each, 6 for 90 cts.
CLUETT. PEABODY & CO., INC. MAKERS
Receive New Type of Maxwell Motor
The department of mechanical en-
gineering has recently received from
the Maxwell Motor company, of De-
troit, the latest type of Maxwell motor,
which will be used for experimental
purposes in the laboratory.
For results advertise in The Michi-
Washington, Nov. 4.-Although final
figures are not yet available, reports
received by the forest service"indicate
that the forest fire season in the west
and north is practically at an end. At
the same time, say officials, the fall
fire season is just beginning in the
national forests in the southern Appal-
The difference in the occurrence of
the fire seasons, it is explained, is
caused by the difference in the char-
acter of the forests and of the climate
in the two regions. In the north and
west the forests are composed almost
entirely of conifers and are located at
comparatively high altitudes or high
latitudes. The greatest fire= danger
in these regions, the foresters say, oc-
curs during the late spring and sum-
mer months, when the rainfall is light.
During the rest of the year there is,;
as a rule, enough rain and snow to
prevent fires from starting. In some1
of the forests in southern California,
however, the fall rains, are sometimes
late in coming and the fire-fighting or-
ganization must often remain on duty
until late in November.
In the southern Appalachians the
situation is practically reversed. The
forest is largely composed of hard-
woods and the heaviest rainfall occurs
in the spring and summer and about
two nonths in late winter. As a re-
sult, there are two distinct fire sea-
sons. The first of these occurs in the
fall, when there is usually little raini
and the ground is covered with the
dry fallen leaves, which are extremelyI
inflammable. The fall fire season lasts#
until about Dec. 15, when the winter
rains set in. In the later winter
months, the woods dry out and in1
February or March the spring seasoni
begins, and continues until spring
rains come or the trees and plants put
out new leaves and become too green]
to burn readily.
In the west, it is reported, snow has
fallen in many localities and the forest
rangers are taking up other duties and
are enjoying the let-up in the arduous1
work of fire fighting. The rangers in
the east, on the other hand, are mak-
ing their final plans for the coming
season and are starting their patrol.
E. S. Jacobus' Five-Piece Orchestra
for dances, entertainments and con-
certs. 620 N. Fifth Ave. Phone 1487.
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A Delicious Lunch
can be quickly prepared, and without the slightest
trouble, on an
Electric Chafing Dish
This handsome and very convenient table utensil is a
source of both comfort and pride to the housewife.
Just the thing for a hasty lunch or Sunday supper.
Cooks practically any dish you have a desire for
--makes toothsome fudge. No trouble; no alcohol; no
messing. Just attach to a lamp .socket.
- Come in and inspect them.
The Detroit Edison Co.
Cor. Main and William Sts. Tel. 2300
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LOST-Will person who picked up
the fountain pen in the Farmers and
Mechanics State Street Bank by mis-
take, please return same to 418 E.
Washington or telephone 2172-M.
LOST--At South Ferry field, Thursday,
big red sweater, roll collar, key tied
in pocket. Finder call Warner, 703
Church or 1762-W. 5-7
LOST-In the library, two rings, one
diamond and one Topaz. Return to
721 S. Twelfth street. Reward.
Phone 1158-M. 5
LOST-A gold cuff button at Hill audi-
torium at Band Bounce. Finder
please call Stebbins. Phone 144.
LOST-Athletic book, Friday, on State
street or campus. Hope Nichoson,
708 S. State. Phone 2017. 5
LOST-Delta Delta Delta Sorority pin
with name on back. Reward. Phone
LOST-Athletic book No. 5533. Find-
or return to Daily office. Reward.
FOR RENT - Desirable room two
blocks west of campus. Student oc-
cupying compelled to return home.
WANTED-Students with selling abil-
ity who wish to earn more than their
expenses by working an hour each
evening should communicate with
"Clean Products Co., 620 N. State,
Chicago, attention Mr. Hahn." Our
proposition appeals particularily to
college men. k
WANTED-Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping by young couple.
State location, number of rooms,
price, accommodations. Answer
care of Box XX, Michigan Daily.
WAWNTED-Club of eight or ten boys
for balance of school year or start-
ing Jan. first, study rooms and dorm-
itory, modern house. Information
given at 924 Oakland. 5-7
WANTED-Student laundry. Mrs. St.
George, 1140 Forest Ave. 4-5-7
I ~ TYPEWRITERS of all makes
bought, sold, rented or ex-
changed. Expert repairing,
factory service. Sole agent Under-
wood & Corona. TYPEWRITING,
MIMEOGRAPHING & SUPPLIES.
0. D. MORRILL, X22 S. State St.
(Over Baltimore Lunch). 582-J.
FOR SALW-Two tickets, Kreisler eon-
eart. Main loor. Phone 1540.
Dr. A. S. Warthin, of the medical
school, will give his annual series of
lectures to the freshmen af the Univer-
sity on three days of this month, be-
ginning, Friday, Nov. 10, in the west
medical amphitheater of the %medical
building. The second of these lectures
will be given on Nov. 13, while the
date of the third, and last, has not
been decided as yet.
Admission to the lectures will be
by ticket as has been the custom in
recent years, the paste boards being
distributed from the student "Y" of-
fice and tables placed in various camp-
us buildings. The distribution of tick-
ets is necessary in order that there
may be no over crowding of the amphi-
theater on any night.
The purpose of the lectures is to give
male students a knowledge of person-
al hygiene and has become a part of
the freshmen duties at this University
to attend them.
The date of the final lecture as well
as the exact time and place of the dis-
tribution of the tickets will be an-.
nounced in The Daily the first of next
HEALTH OFFICER TO ADDRESS
COUNCIL ON HEALTH SURVEY
Dr. John Wessinger, local health of-
ficer, will give a full report of the
health survey, work on which was
finished last week, before the regular
meeting of the common council at
7:30 o'clock tomorrow evening.
A meeting of the street committee
will be held at 1:30 o'clock in the
We set glass. C. H. Major & Co. 5-16
1857-Dry Goods, Furniture and Women's Fashions-1916
The perfect cuisine, effecient service
and well chosen appointments of the
have won for it 'preeminence among the
better dining places of Ann Arbor. It
can be conveniently reached from either
elevator and is open daily during shop-
Regular Service a la carte
Special Noon Lunches
November Victor Records
Are On Sale Teday!
Phone us your order for Approval!
Try them out in your home.
Wisconsin: A new Journalism club We can supply you with any thing
has been formed to bring speakers known to the wall-paper and paint
of note in magazine and newspaper business. C. H. Major & Co. Phone
work to the university. 237. 5-16
116 a. Dpait St.