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
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324 So State and 1123 So. University Ave.
Dental Medicines for Senior Dental Students.
Calkins Drug Co.
Everything is right or we make it right.
reap their reward in
the knowledge of the
MEMBERSHIP FEES LOW
FOR STUDENT ENGINEERS
Can Save Money by Joining A. I. E. E.
and A. S. M. E. White in
T~o learn typwriting well
requires close applioatioii
A typewriter and fre
instruction book from
O.D.Morrill, 322 S. States
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a smile and
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will do the rest.
lass of men who ap-
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Lindenschmidt, Apfel+& Co.
209 S.1MawM .
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.
The local branches of the American
Society of Mechanical Engineers and
the American Institute of Electrical
Engineers are making preparations for
a record-breaking year and the of-
ficers, in order to secure more mem-
bers, desire to point out to the upper-
class engineers the advantages of
joining these organizations while in
The regular initiation fee for the
A. S. M. E. is 10 dollars and the
yearly dues are five dollars., A num-
ber of references are also required
which it is often difficult for a man
just out of school to obtain. By join-
ing the University of Michigan En-
gineering society branch the dues are
but three dollars a year and this rate
is good for three years. There is no
initiation fee and the member receives
the A. S. M. E. Journal, a monthly
report of the latest engineering news
and research, as well as the Michigan
Technic while in school. At the end
of the three years he automatically
becomes a .member of the general so-
ciety without the payment of any
The A. I. E. E. also requires refer-
ences and a. high initiation fee, be-
sides a higher annual fee. A student
member may belong for four dollars
a year, which includes a year's sub-
scription to the Technic. This rate is
also good for three years and at the
end of this time the student may be-
come a member of the general society
without any initiation fee.
FORMER DAILY MAN GUEST
IN ANN ARBOR YESTERDAY
Harry Coleman, former business
manager of The Michigan Daily in '97,
was a guest yesterday noon at the
Chi Psi fraternity. When Mr. Cole-
man was on The Daily, the paper had
it offices on Main street, near the
Whitney theater, and had a circula-
tion of about 600. The enrollment of
the university was then about 1,400.
After leaving Ann Arbor, Mr. Cole-
man became an active worker on the
Pontiac Daily and finally owner of the
paper. A little over three years ago
the paper was sold and the former
owner is now retired.
Leave your film at the Delta.
oct3 to 29
Bath supplies, Lab.-Aprons and
waiter's coats. Cushing's Pharmacy.
Velox prints at Sugden's.
'Phone 600 for
Polish your floor with Old English
Floor Wax. C. H. Major & Co. 'Phone
We carry in stock a complete line
of wall paper, paints, oils, glass, var-
nishes, floor wax, etc., etc. C. H.
Major & Co. 'Phone 237.
signs and showtc
We supply Fraternity and Sor
stores. Get our prices. Cush
Buy a Davis shirt, $1 to $4 a
tie with the money saved. Day
119 Main. oct5,7,10
Dry Goods, Frnture, and
Coats, Shop Coats,
and Waters' Coats and
Aprons of highest qual-
ity materials :and work-
manship, are now ready
at lowest prices.
(Men's shop-Main Fioo)
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.
MARQ UAR DT
516 E. Williams St.
YOU LIKE A DISTINCTIVE SUIT
I MAKE A DISTINCTIVE SUIT
Fine stationary, fountain pens, and
class pipes. Cushing's Pharmacy.
You could hang yourself with a
Davis cravat-but it would be fool-
ish. Davis at 119 Main. oct5,7,10,14
MARINE CONCERN MAKES 6000
Bankrupt Corporation Clears $50,000,.
000 in Tour Months
New York, Oct. 6.-Judge Hough of
the United States district court to-
day terminated the receivership of the
International Mercantile Marine, a
$150,000,000 corporation which went
into receivers' hands in April, 1915.
The court allowed P. A. S. Franklin,
the receiver, $163,000 for his ser-
vices and declared Franklin's manage-
ment had, been "something for which
not only the court and the company's
shareholders, but also the public gen-
erally, is indebted to him." Accord-
ing to Wall Street reports, the Inter-
national Mercantile Marine has made
profits exceeding $50,000,000 since the
suit was started.
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You can't break out of a Davis one-
leeo athletic suit, 0c. Davis at 119
Our alarm clocks
are good clocks.
113 South Main
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a at 1
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-One front suite for one
or two girls, teachers, stenograph-
ers, post-graduates or school of mu-
sie students. Phone 1024-M.
FOR SALE-Typewriter, new; $100
value. For uick sale, $35.00; excep-
tional bargain. Slater's Book Shop,
336 State St. oct?
FOR RENT-Suite at reduced rates.
Combination heat-hot water and
hot air-electric lights. 715 East
Huron St. oct7,8
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 single room. 901 E. Wash-
ington, north of the campus. oct6,7
FOR RENT-Two, suites of rooms.'
$3.50 a week. 631 S. Ingalls. Phone
FOR RENT-Large front suite. 824
Arch St. oct6
WANTED-Few more boarders at Ger-
man House. German conversation.
410 Church. Price $5.00 per week.
WANTED-A man to take care of fur-
nace and to do few chores in pay-
ment for room. 609 Monroe St.
WANTED-Students' laundry to do
by a competent laundress. Phone
WANTED--Two student salesmen for
Z spare time work; salary or com-
mission. Phone 700-M or 544-J.
LOST-A black pocketbook containing
currency at University hall. Re-
ward if returned to Daily office.
LOST-Tan bill case containing ap-
proximately $20. Reward if return-
ed to Michigan Daily. oct6,7,8
LOST-A trunk marked j. K. Barnes.
Reward paid for information. Phone
FOR SALE-Bargain. Board, case,
tea-square and problems -for descrip-
tive student. S. L. Crump. 520
Church St. Phone 1683. oct7
Wisconsin: The clinic of the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin has debarred 133
sophomores and 78 freshmen from
taking part in the annual class rush
on account of physical disabilities.
Minnesota: Noonday, chapel exer.
cises have been revived this year at
the University of Minnesota.
Purdue: The military band of 70
pieces of the university is slated to
take part in the Indiana Centennial
Celebration at Indianapolis next
Utah: Bids have been taken at the
University of Utah for the construc-
tion of asphalt tennis courts.
Sentenced( to Jail Term for Theft
Ninety days in the county jail was
the sentence meted out to George Pat-
terson, of Detroit, by Judge E. D.
Kinne. Patterson is the man who.
walked away with a $200 level, the
property of Prof. Hugh Brodie, of the
surveying department, last Wednesday.
Patterson put up little fight, content-
ing himself with appealing to the
mercy of,the court.
If you live up to the clothes he
Recently we have developed a new belted pinchback that
is unique yet tasteful
Fall and winter woolens invite your consideration
Best Pianos for Rent
If you are thinking of purchasing, it will be to your advantage
to buy during our
Summer Resort Sal.*
NOW GOING ON
District Manager for Washtenaw County, with Detroit privi-
leges, for the New England Mutual Life Insurance Company of
Boston, the oldest Company in America and having a large and
influential businessin Michigan. The rapid and steady growth of
life insurance promises very substantial progress to men of good
character, courage and industry. Applicant must be well and fav-
orably known. The right man will be financed as reasonably re-
quired. Address, giving full information,
UTTER & THOMPSON State Agents
623 Penobscot Bldg.
1168 . Main St.