?HE MICHIGAN DAILY
The most enviable
reward of those who
try to do their best is
to excite the sym-
pathy of intelligent
men. So the makers of
324 So. State and 1123 So. University
We do our best at both stores to give you
Calkins Drug Co.
what you want, as you want it.
Drugs, Kodaks, Soda Water, Candies
reap their reward in
thr k nledo e of the
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ass of men who ap-
eciate and wear
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Lindenschmidt, Apfel & Co.
209 S. Main St,
Ir., .- - 11 - *m
IT WILL PAY YOU
to get your laboratory supplies for Bacteriology,
Histology, Pathology, Biology etc., at
The Eberbach & Son Co.
200-204 E. Liberty St.
Dry Goods, Furniture, and
Coats, Shop Coats,
and Waiters' Coats and
Aprons of highest qual-
ity materials and work-
manship, are now ready
at lowest prices.
In your imagination you have
created an ideal fall suit or
overcoat, and have been won-
dering if any of the local shops
had EXACTLY IT. We will
produce EXACTLY IT. Drop
in and be convinced.
MA RQUA qDT
516 E. Williams St.
YOU LIKE A DISTINCTIVE SUIT
I MAKE A DISTINCTIVE SUIT
Dancing party at the Packard Acad-
emy Wednesday evening, Oct. 4..Fis-
cher's Orchestra. Admission, $1.00.
We set glass in all parts of the city.
C. H. Major & Co. 'Phone 237.
8IG YEAR FOR BAND,
50 Men Expected to Make Pennsy Trip
if Plans for Band Bounce
"Now for a cheer, they are here,
Saturday, at the Case game, the
campus will get its first look at the
1916-1917 Varsity band. And from
all reports, the first look will be well
worth a seoond.
According to Captain Wilson, direc-
tor of the organiztion, the band num-
bered in its ranks 1st year, 22 mem
bers of the sophomore class, all of
whom are expected back for this sea-
son. In addition to these there are
a number of musicians who took mii-
.tary training last spring, and who, as
a consequence, will bring to the band
not only an ability to play well, but
also to march well. Only twelve men
were lost by graduation, and men have
been developed in the past two years
who will fill their places without any
"We want to have the best college
band in the country," said Captain
Wilson last night, "and from the looks
of things now, it won't be long until
we have it. We were well received
last year, and with the added exper-
ience of our men this ought to be the
biggest year the band has ever had."
Forty-three men made the trip to
Pennsylvania last year, and Manager
Atlas is working hard to be able to
make it possible for at least 50 to go
to Cornell November 11. Plans for a
monster band bounce along entirely
new lines are well under way, and
actual work will be begun within the
outs for the band will be held n
tiauditorium of U hall at 7:00 to-
night. Uniforms will be issued Friday.
Freshman Women Meet This Afternoon
In accordance with the established
custom, all freshman women will meet
this afternoon at 4 o'clock in Sarah
Caswell Angell Hall. Attendance at
this meeting is required, and all soror-
ities have arranged to hold no rush-
ing engagements at that hour. The
meeting is for the purpose of explain-
ing to the freshmen some of the cus-
toms and traditions, as well as re-
quirements of the University. Dean
Jordan will speak about the general
problems of housing, rules for social
engagements and elections. Doctor
Elsie Pratt, of the University Health
Service, will outline the policy of the
Health Service, and Miss Alice Evans,
director of the Barbour Gymnasium,,
will explain the university require-
ments in physical education.
Americans May Train on British Isles
New York, Oct. 3.-Arrangements
may be made with the British gov-
ernment whereby Loomis, Murray,
Simpson, Meredith and Ward, the five
American athletes who are traveling
to Sweden to compete in several track
and field meets, will be allowed to in-
dulge in light training when their ship
touches at an English port.
Start that M Scrapbook now. Wahr's
University Bookstore. oct3,4,5
Pianos for rent; terms right. Schae-
berle & Son, 110 South Main St. octtf
Let us bother with that magazine
subscription. Wahr's Bookstore.
Say fellows, if you want a thorough
course in shorthand or typewriting,
call at the School of Shorthand, 711
N. University Ave. oct3
"THE KEMPF MUSIC STUDIOS"
Piano, voice, pipe organ. 312 South
Division street. 'Phone 212-J. Leave
orders for fine piano tuning.
CLARION 2j in. LENOX 2# in.
Two heights in the new
GEO. P. IDE & CO., Makers. TROY. N. Y.
A'so Makers' of Ide Srts
ADLBR, BROS. & C).
Y.ys on the -job
air of j
(Men's Shop-Main Floor)
H E "prof" is going right-full
blast in the subject-dispensing
knowledge at a sixty clip-facts you've
got to get.
You're writing like mad-never
missing a thought-getting all the
meat. Then of a sudden-
too much pressure snaps your
pencil point-or your lead's
worn down beyond writing--or
your steel pen gasps its last
scratch! The lecture won't
wait! By the time you're again
fixed for writing-
you've lost the thread of the talk. But
a Conklin-well, it's always on the job-
always ready to write, without a falter, scratch
or blot. And because there is a Conklin
point specially made for every style of hand-
writing a Conklin writes smoothly, without
tiring its user-with no attention but filling.
A matter of seconds fills a Conklin-just
a slight pressure on the "Crescent-Filler"
and she's filled-ready for a day's writing.
Writing that's permanent--that will never
smudge or blur.
The Conklin was the first self-filling pen
-it has over 1,500,000 enthusiastic users.
Conklins are sold by stationers, jewelers,
druggists and department stores at $2.50,
$3.00, $4.00, $5.00 and up. Every Conklin
dealer can fit your hand to T.
THE CONKLIN PEN MFG. (
Self - Filling
Every Conklin is guaranteed to
write and fill exactly as you think
a pen should-it either does this
or you will be furnished a new
pen or your money refunded with.
out question. There are no "ifs"
about it-YOU are the judge.
WANTED-Assistant dancing teacher.
Call 1850-F1. -oct3
WANTED--Students' laundry to do
by a competent laundress. Phone
WANTED-Good tenor soloist for
church work. Inquire 312 S. Divi-
sion St. Phone 212-J. oct3,4,5
WANTED-Salesman for fast-selling
line. Splendid field in Ann Arbor.
All or part time. Best season of
year for business. Howe-Campbell
Co., Rochester, N. Y. oct3
WANTED-College representatives or
business houses in every locality to
handle our complete line of party
programs and novelties. Write at
once for details and information.
FOR RENT-Suite in small quiet
house. Upperclassmen preferred.
Call at 720 Arbor St. Phone 717-J.
FOR RENT--Desirable room and
board for women graduate student.
1002 Cornwell Place. Phone 1122-R.
FOR SALE--50 Michigan arm bands,
$5.00. 710 Catherine. Phone 968-M.
FOR SALE-.Dental bools and instru-
ments for first semester work.
Reasonable price. 0. D. Morrill, 322
South State St. oct3,4,5
FOR SALE-Burrows Combination
Billiard and Pool Table, regulation
size. Complete outfit, good as new.
Just the thing for a fraternity.
Cost $78. Will sell for $50. Ad-
dress, 1430 Hill St. Phone 544-M.
".0, Toledo, Ohio, U. S.A*
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Velox prints at Sugdeai's.
CALLAGtIAN & CO.
SHEEIhN'S BOOK STORE
oct3 to 29
Sample sets are not free,
grabbers need not apply.
Shop, Madison, Wis.
Polish your floor with Old English
Floor Wax. C. H. Major & Co. 'Phone
Bath supplies, Lab.-Aprons and
waiter's coats. Cushing's Pharmacy.
New and Second Hand Bought-Sold--Exchanged
CALLAGHAN & CO
"Y" HAS OVER 800 NEW
MEMBERSHIPS FOR YEAR;
Campus Walks Await Library Building
Three hundred feet of the diagonal
walk across the campus were repaved
Although the regular campaign for with concrete during the summer. This
191617 memberships in the student Y. is a smaller amount of repair work
M. C. A. has not yet been started, over than has been done during the vaca-
tion period in past years, the building
300 joined the association during last of the new library making such work
week. Most of the memberships were useless this year. With the completion;
obtained at the "Y" tent on State of the library building, new walks will
street. be laid and the old ones repaired as
the new linesofstudent traffic demand.
Have that room decorated artistical-1
ly by C. H. Major & Co. 'Phone 237. I 'Phone 600 for signs and show cards.'
oct184.108.40.206.7.8 oct3 to 29
Best Pianos for Rent
Terms R] ea so;able
If you are thinking of purchasing, it will be to your advantage
to buy during our
Summer Resort Sale
NOW GOING ON
0. G. Andres for shoe repairing. 222
S. State. "Phone 1718-J. tues-eod
THE SATURDAY EVENING POST
or Ladies' Home Journal, $1.00 for the
school YEAR. 'Phone your order now.
Stofflet's News stand, 110 E. Washing-
ton. 'Phone 364. oct3,4,5,6,7,8
IMPORTANT NOTICE ,
Inasmuch as typhoid fever is
usually prevalent this season thro
out the whole of the Northwest,
zens and studentsdare strongly u
to drink only boiled water both in
Arbor and on visits elsewhere.
Tnu'T A U yXj1IN
116 . Main St.