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TUIE OFFICIA L

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Suits,

Hats

Caps and
Furnishings

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Freshmen Caps

50c

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There are reasons mo
than one why yo
should buy a
Society Brand
Suit and Overcoat
You'll be convinced we aj
right when you look the.
garments over.
J. F. Wuerth C(
Next t, Orpheum

WADHAMS ST&.,
MAIN ST.

TINKER ( COMPANY
Clothirxg, F rdishings and Hats for
Particular Men
Cor. S. Stde and Willarm Sts.

State St. Store
Nickels Arcade

PRE- FESTIVAL CONCERT
Faculty to Give Concert Next Week;
Lucile Johnson to Make Initial
Appearance.

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Your Floral Needs
Are BEST SATISFIED By Us
PHONE 115
Cut Flowers Flowering Plants
FLOWERS FOR DECORATION
=COUSINS & HALL
1002 S. UNIVERSITY AVE!.

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Dry Goods, Furniture, and
Women's Fashions
OFC L Laboratory
%-* CotsShop Coats,
and Waiters' Coats and
Aprons of highest qual-
ity materials and work-
manship, are now ready
at lowest prices.

MARLEY 2% IN.
DEVON 2Y IN.
COLLARS.
15 cts. each, 6 for 90 ct,.
CLUETT., PEABODY & CO., INC. MAKI
sAT Alarm Clocks
L $1SEYfRI~ $1.00 up
Fountain Pens-
Waterman and Conklin
U. of M. Jewelry
Schlanderer & Seyfried

(Men's Shop--Main Floor)

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Musical activities in the city for this
season will begin next week when two
concerts will be given, the first a
faculty concert and the other a song
recital by Mme. Louise Homer.
At the faculty concert, which will
take place in Hill auditorium Wed-
nesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock, sev-
eral members of the University School
of Music faculty will appear and a
*program of unusual interest will be
given. Albert Lockwood, head of the
piano department, will contribute a
group of numbers, and the School of
Music quartet, consisting of Mr. and
Mrs. S. P. Lockwood, violins; Anthony
J. Whitmire, viola, and Lee N. Parker,
cellist, will also take part. Interest
in the program, however, will center
about the Ann Arbor debut of Miss
Lucile Johnson, who has been placed
in charge of the department of harp
instruction. Miss Johnson is an at-
tractive young woman, who has made
a splendid reputation in the east as a
performer on this instrument. She
comes to Ann Arbor after a creditable
career in Boston. Her addition to the
ranks of Ann Arbor musicians will fill
a place long vacant, and there is no
doubt that she will contribute largely
to the musical life of the community.
No admission will be charged and
every one is invited t'o attend. Guests
are requested to be seated at 4:15
o'clock so that there will be no dis-
turbance during the program.
The second attraction will be the
initial number of the pre-festival con-
cert series, and will bring to Ann Ar-
bor Mme. Louise Homer, of Metro-
politan Opera fame. This distinguished
artist is in great demand, and it was
only through a fortunate combination
of circumstances that she was secured
for an appearance here. This is the
only song recital which this noted
singer will give' this fall, as her op-
eratic engagements will preclude her
appearances on the concert platform
for nearly the entire season.
Mme. Homer has selected the fol-
lowing program for this occasion. She
will be accompanied by Mrs. Edwin
N. Laphma, a noted pianist: I
a. My Heart Ever Faithful..... Bach
b. Dem Unendlichen........Schubert
c. O Wie Lieblich.......Schumann
d. Von Ewiger Liebe ......... Brahms
e. Botschaft ................ Brahms
a. Sing to Me, Sing,
b. Sheep and Lambs,
c. Cuddle Doon (Mss.),'
d. The Song of the Shirt........
... . . ..........Sidney Homer
"Mon coeur s' ouvre a ta voix," from
Samson et Dalila......Saint-Saens
a. Ballad of Trees and the Master
.................... Chadwick
b. On the Seashore of Endless
Worlds........J. A. Carpenter

aI LOMBARD'S COLLECTION
CONTAINS__RARE BOOKS
.i rary Gets Volumes Published in
Early Days of This
Country.
Examples of some of the earliest
publishing work done in this country
are contained in the gift to the li-
brary of a collection of books, pre-
sented by Dr. W. P. Lombard, pro-
fessor of physiology.
In this collection is a large number
of volumes of the Family library, a
miscellaneous collection of essays on
history and travel, published in 1835.
There is also a volume of British
Drama, published in Philadelphia in
1835; an edition of Shakespeare, re-
vised by Isaac Reed and published in
New York in 1817, and Smollett's Es-
says, published in 1835 in Philadel-
phia.
K Other books of interest in the col-
lection are the Letters of Junius, pub-
lished in this country in 1813; Mil-
ton's Treatise on Christian Doctrine,
published in Boston in 1825; the
Works of Benjamin Franklin, pub-
lished in Philadelphia in 1818, and a
full set of Chamber's Pocket Miscel-
lany.
Honest Jim. How
DUo'They DoIt?

Varsity Toggary Shop

"FRESH" GAPS
and FURNISHINGS
1107 So. University Avenue
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Out of the High
Rent Districi

FOR

Hamilton Business

TYPEWRITING
MULTIGRAPHING
MIMEOGkAPHIN(
Typewriters for sale or rent.

Buy that school suit of
and save $5.00

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WE DO

Buy that same $5 to $7
English Shoe at $3.50 and $4

Let us make your suit

We have those high price
quality suits at $15, $18, $20

Protesting
Equal

"Frosh"- Proves Prices
Those of Old '49 Gold
Times

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Campus in Brief
The old benches and arm desks in the
Law building have been replaced by
new oak individual desks and chairs.
The floor has also been inclined to-
wards the front of the room so as to
give the recitation rooms the appear-
ance of a court room.
"Please keep off the grass," is the ad-
vice given out by Acting Supt. L.
R. Flook of the Buildings and Ground
committee. "Every year we have
to sound the same warning despite
the numerous please signs scattered
about the campus",. he continued.
"In a few places, due to the unset-
tled condition of the campus there
may be an excuse for making short
cuts across the lawn, but these same
places will not long be torn up and
people who form the habit of tramp-
ing across them now will trod down
the new grass when it is planted.
As rapidly as sections of the campus
are permanently improved the lawn
and shrubs will be planted."

1Interco[[egiate
Harvard: At the close of the last day
of enrollment Harvard had but 150
men enrolled in her course in milit-
ary science. This places her far in
the rear of Yale and Cornell which
she lead last year.
Indiana: The University of Indiana
reports an enrollment of 1,957 stu-
dents, the largest in the history of the
university.
Illinois: A curiously packed basket
was recently found at an early hour
on the porch of one of the sorority
houses at the University of Illinois
and in it was a five pound bundle
and a note requesting the fair sisters
to take good care of Lilian.
Kansas: Football practice on [cCook
Field at the University of Kansas is
now behind locked gates.
Long pointed soft sollars just receiv-
ed. Wagner & Co., State St., head of
Liberty St. oct6,7

"This is some burg," said the frosh.
"Y'know I got here Thursday and all
I've done since is spend dough. It's
fierce. Why, y'know as soon as we
left that joint where they keep all the
girls, Tipsi, ain't it, some guy comes
up to me and says 'Check?' Sure, says
L 'Four bits,' says he. Can you
tie it?"
Up on the main street there was a
big tent with a big sign "Register
Here." "All right," says I to myself.
"I'll take a chance." The minute I
ducked under the rope some slim Jim
with a badge hands me a slip. I find
a stool that could have been in the
National Guard, and fill the card out.
"One iron man," says my new-found
friend.
Some old bird puts his paw on my
'Varsity 55. "Room," says he, pretty
loud. "Shss," says I. "Don't be so
rough, I'll get out of your way,
Dummy," says he. "Do you want- to
get a room?" "Thataboy," says I.
"Now you're talkin' English. Lead it
to me."
Y'know I don't look like a "rum," do
I? Well, y'should a seen that joint.
Little two by twice hole, dark, gas
light, bum desk, and the bathroom
about a mile away. "How much ?" says
I. He came up close like he didn't
want no one to hear. "Three dollars,"
whispers he. Honest to Gawd, I coulda
dropped dead.
And y'know it's the identical thing
all over. A red-headed barber sticks
me a couple times with the end of his
-shears, and barks, "Thirty-five cents."
Believe me that guy lost a nickle tip.
So one told me I had to buy a hat
when I came here. I go into a joint,
and a big guy steps up. "Hat?" says3
he coldly. "Ye-ah," says I. "Borsa-{
lino, bought in Italy before the war.
Five. Thanks. Come again." Yes, I
will.
I saw a bird with some shoes like
the old man sells for $3.98. $8.50.
Ain't it awful, the prices they get for

HAGEN &JEDELE

217 S. Ashley St.

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Phone 273

200 E. Washington

TO THE HEADQUARTERS FOR
Students electrical suplies
Study lamps, shades, extension cords, heating de-
vices and everything electrical.
Repair Work Given Prompt Attention
Washtenaw Electric Shop
"THE SHOP OF QUALITY"
If it is not right, we make it right

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FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Desirable suite for stu-
dents, well heated, double-decked
bed. Price $4.00. Phone 984-J.
1321 Wilmot St. oct5,6,7
FOR RENT-Suite of rooms; electric
lights. Price reasonable. 526 Church
St. Phone 1816. oct5,6,7
FOR RENT-One parlor suite of
rooms, one singletroom. 901 E. Wash-
ington, north of the campus. oct6,7
FOR RENT-Two suites of rooms.
$3.50 a week. 631 S. Ingalls. Phone
603-W. oct6,7,8
FOR RENT-Suite pf rooms, 1st floor.
Polished floors,7grate, furnished or
unfurnished. 727 E. Univ. oct6

WANTED
WANTED-Few more boarders at Ger-
man House. German conversation.
410 Church. Price $5.00 per week.
oct6,7,8
WANTED-A man to take care of fur-
nace and to do few chores in pay-
ment for room. 609 Monroe St.
oct6,7
WANTED-Students' laundry to do
by a competent laundress. Phone
2218. oct3,4,5,6,7,8
LOST
LOST-A trunk marked J. K. Barnes.
Reward paid for information. Phone
1300. oct6

c. Cont Ceare,j
d. The Song of -the Woods,
e. The Next Market Day,
f. Ballynure Ballad........Old Irish
Patron's tickets for the pre-festival
series will go on sale tomorrow at
8:00 o'clock at Hill auditorium. All
other tickets will be sold on Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday of next week
Leave your film at the Delta.
oct3 to 29
Does your musical instrument need
repairs? Take it to Schaeberle & Son,]
110 South Main street, for first-class
work. oct3tf

things? Why some of these clothing
merchants' kids come up here and
spend $40 bucks for a suit without
battin' a winker. The old man gets
the same thing for about $12.50, and if
he ever found out he would start to
talk to his shadow.
The catalogue they sent me says,
"Good board may be had at $3.50 per
week." Fine chance. Eggs 35 cents,
butter up in the air. Sugar-only the
"plutes" use it. Meat. Armour's
three-year-old in cans, is worth fabu-
lous money. Why some fool tried to
make me shell out 50 bucks at one
crack Saturday. "Life membership in
the Union," says he. "I'm a striger,
down with the Unions," says I. He
finally got $2.50 out of me. I get a lit-
tle button for it. Swell, ain't it?
I guess it's a great life, if you don't
weaken.
Special Gym Suit-85 cents-Special
Gym Oufit-$2.00, Wagner & Co., State
St., head of Liberty St. oct6,7
Victor Victrolas and complete stock
of Records at Schaeberle & Son's, 110
South Main street. oct3tf

~, close applicatt
bioto-ticn book from
D%3r3 32..11_ 2 S. Stat
Wil- o the rsto
Woodward repairs typewriters.
A. A. Sav. Bnk. Bldg. Tel. 866-F1
Estimates given on painting, pap
ing, or decorating of any kind. C.
Major & Co. 'Phone 237. oct3,4,5,6,
Get your shoes fixed at Paul's Pla
611 E. William St. oct3,4,5,6,
Y. M. C. A. EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
HAS MAIL FOR STUDEN'
A number of letters for stude
have been received at the Univers
Y. M. C. A. and are being held the
The owners may have them by call:
at the employment office between 3
o'clock and 6:00 o'clock any aft
noon. Letters or packages are be
held for the following: E. Stahl, F.
Zagedginski, D. Mindlin, D. Dicker,
Tippy; L. Harrison, W. Starrett,
Tripolitis, C. Benner, D. Mirrielees,
Broch, C. Wells and D. Decker.

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Best Pianos for Rent
Terms Re asornable

If you are thinking of purchasing, it will be to your advantage
to buy during our
Suimmer Resort Sale
NOW GOING ON

Grinnell Bros.

11 S. Mat St.
PHONE 1707

GIRLS, ATTENTION!I
For rainwater shampoos call at Mrs.
J. R. Trojanowski, side entrance, 111.0
S. University. 'Phone 696-W. oct3-15

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