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We are ready to show you the
Best Line of Men's

Suits,

Hats

Caps and
Furnishings

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WADHAMS & COs
MAIN ST.

State St. Store
nickels Arcade

Your Floral Needs==
Are BEST SA' ISFIED By Us
PHONE 115
Cut Flowers Flowering Plants
FLOWERS FOR DECORATION

SOCIAL SERVICEWORKI
FOR EMPLOYED' GIRLS
Factory Girls Will Be Organized Into
Recreation Clubs and Study Classes
by University Women.
Social service work among Ann Ar-
bor's rapidly growing population of
working girls will be taken up actively
by the department of social service of
the University Y. W. C. A.
Plans already formulated include so-
cial work for the purpose of bettering
the conditions among the 150 and 200
Polish and German girls now employed
by the Hoover Steel Ball company.
The girls earn about $7.00 per week
and are for the most part employed
for inspection work which is very
hard on the eyes.
Home life for these girls is a hope-
less affair, inmost cases void of any-
thing like recreation.
"It's the noon hours that's the
worst," said one little Polish girl with
slender stooped shoulders, "for there
ain't nothin' to do except walk along
the tracks when it ain't rainin'." She
stopped a minute and added, "At night
it ain't so bad for I'm most too tired
to care."
So it's the noon hour the Y. W. C. A.
is so anxious to change. At first there
will be Victrola concerts, games, sing-
ing, a story and music furnished by a
School of Music student. Clubs will
be the nucleus on " ich the Y. W.
C. A. will build and later these club
groups will furnish their own talent
for their programs.
The city Y. W. C. A. has offered aid
and advice in every possible way and
so the Hoover clubs will have parties
and meetings and bring other girls
who live "over the trestle" or "across
Main." Classes in English, French,
German, and bookkeeping will be of-
fered free with university girls as in-
structors.
FredaSiegworth, lit '16, who has
the new office of civil service secre-
tary, is in charge of all this work.
The committee is: Eva Sharrow,
chairman; Ellen Edwards, Olga
Pershbacker, Vera Brown, Nona Myers,
Irene Russel, Margeret Basset, Elsie
Bachus, Mercia Pinkerton, Clara Grov-
er, Alice Wieber, Ethel Hosmer, Frieda
Penoyer, Dorothy Pierce, Mina Sievert,
Lucile Duff, Edith Duemling, and Emly
Loaman.
MICHIGAN STUDENT REMAINS
TO WORK FOR NEW YORK BANK

A Class with a History and a
Prospect. A Record of 25 Years,'
-a near Prospect of a perma-
nent Building and Equipment for
its distinctive Work. An En-
rollment of more than 300 last
year. For all University Men.
A cosmopolitan, Democratic In-
stitution. A Fine Fellowship.
Theme for this year's Lessons:
The Ethical, Social and Religious
Teachings of Jesus. LESSONS
IN LIFE. Place of Meeting:
The Bible Chair House, 444
South State Street. Hour of
meeting: From 7 to 8 o'clock
Saturday Evenings.

Society Brand
Suit and Overcoat
You'll be convinced we are
right when you look these
garments over.
J. F. Wuerth Co.
Next t.) Orpheum

The Upper Room
Bible Class

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There are reasons
than one why
should buy a

Varsity Toggery Shop

WE DO

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Solid Brass Glass Lined
ASH TRAY AND MATCH HOLDER
9. STATE STREET
Haile ~ Fller JEWELERS

"FRESH" CAPS
and FURNISHINGS
1107 So. University Avenue

TYPEWRITING
MULTIGRAPHING
MIMEOGRAPHING
Typewriters for sale or rent.
Hamilton Business Collee

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1002 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.

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Dry Goods, Furniture, and
Women's Fashions

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OF FICIAL Laboratory
Coats, Shop Coats,
and Waiters' Coats and
Aprons of highest qual-
ity materials and work-
manship, are now ready
at lowest prices.

COLLARS
GO WELL WITH BOW OR FOUR-
IN-HAND 15 cts. each, 6 for 9a cts.
CLUETT, PEABODY &CO. INC.M4Kt.RS
JE ATC Alarm Clocks
u LMDER N EYF51 $1.00 up
s Vuatain Pens-
rNNARIq 1EVRSiT~ pRA~ FWatermanoutinA ndConk~im
U. of M. Jewelry
Schlanderer & Seyfried

AT THE THEATERS
Today
Majestie-Kolb and Dill in "A
Million for Mary."
Orpheum-Vivian Martin in
"The Stronger Love." Also
Holmes Travels.

AT THE MAJESTIC

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(Men's Shop-Main Foor)

There is plenty on the bill which
opens Monday night at the Majestic
theatre to please the most particular
vaudeville fan. There is music, com-
edy, acrobats, singing and dancing to
make the variety.
Lovers of music and song will ap-
preciate the act presented by Ralph
Dunbar, known as "the Salon Singer,
in Moments Musical." This is a high
class act and the program is as fol-
lows: "When the Sun Goes Down in
Romany." Miss Freda LaViness, sa-
prano; "Ireland Must Be Heaven,"
Charles Floyd, tenor; "Turn Back the
Universe," Miss Margaret Ray, con-
tralto; Melody in F, Miss Peggy Pohl-
man, pianist; "I Gat the Blues for
Home, Sweet Home," Walter Wolf,
baritone. Four other acts will also
appear.

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STUDENTSSALE
By Students thru Univ. Y. M. C. A. Employ'nt Bureau
Costs of materials are way up and advancing

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An Oblong Banner this years price $3.50 and
A Good Pillow this years price $3.00
The 2 together for $3.35

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Phone 823 for a student to call
Also on Sale:- Other Pillows, Specially large Pennant, Blankets.
Only limited amt. of goods put out at Sale Prices.

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Does your musical instrument need PHOTOGRAPHS OF WESTERMAN
repairs? Take it to Schaeberle & Son, ARE SHOWN AT LOCAL Y. 31. C. A.
110 South Main street, for first-class ---
work. oct3tt Down in the city Y. M. C. A. is a
group of 82 photographs showing W.
VictorVictrolas and complete stock S Westerman Universit in in-
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of Records at Schaeberle & Son's, 110
South Main street. oct3tf
Sunday dinner today at Michigan
Union. Three different menus- oct15
See Schaeberle & Son, 110 South
Main street, for Ukeleles, Martin Gui-
tars, Mandolins and all Musical Instru-
ments. oct3tf

A. ; G7G1i611 i1G 54y u all l
structor, and sparring partner in dif-
ferent poses of the manly art. Mr.
Westerman, who wrote a small treatise
on boxing last spring, has completed
a book on the subject which is now in
the hands of a publisher. It will be
illustrated with over 100 photographs
and it is claimed that it will be the
most clear and concise work of its
kind.

William J. Edwards, ex-'17-'19L, who
was one of the men to receive the
National City Bank fellowship last
spring, did not return to college this
year, but has decided to stick with
the bank. Edwards was the only one
of the many college men who was
picked by the bank to enter their train-
ing school this summer who did not
resume his studies. While in the em-
ploy of the bank, Edwards is also tak-
ing some commercial work in the New
York School of Commerce and Finance.
Eventually the National City Bank
plans to send him abroad to take
charge of one of their foreign
branches.
SOPH HOMEOPS AND JUNIOR
MEDICS NOMINATE OFFICERS
Nominations of class officers were
made by the sdph homeops and junior
medics yesterday morning.
Soph homeops-President, George P.
Wood and John D. Van Schoick; vice
president, Franklin A. Stiles; secre-
tary, L. W. Snow and R. B. Penzotti;
treasurer, G. R. Bullen and H. E.
Wisner; athletic manager, J. K. Dur-
ling.
Junior medics-President, C. Grieve;
vice president, Miss Gage; treasurer,,
J. Darnell; secretary, W. P. Stowe;j
basket ball manager, P. Beaven; foot-
ball manager, A. B. Norton; baseball
manager, C. Marshall; track manager,j
J. H. Smith.
Dr. Robert E. Speer Will Talk Tonight
Dr. Robert E. Speer of New York
City will give a lecture at the Presby-
terian church tonight at 7 o'clock. Dr.
Speer is one of Princeton's keenest
graduates and he speaks with such
power that he is considered with John
R. Mott as one of the few men quali-
fled to address student audiences.

Clothes

Freshman Medics Will Elect Tuesday
Freshman medics will have their an-
nual election of officers Tuesday aft-
ernoon from 4:30 to 6 o'clock by secret
ballot on the second floor adjoining
the main laboratory in ,the medic
building. Ballots will be distributed
and members of the class are expected
to visit the polls before the closing
hour Tuesday afternoon to facilitate
the counting of votes for the final re-
turns.
Professor Fishleigh Speaks in Detroit
Prof. W. T. Fishleigh, of the engin-
eering department, addressed a meet-
ing of the Detroit section of the So-
ciety of Automobile Engineers Friday
evening in convention hall of the
otel Ponchartrain on "Automobile Per-
formance and Method of Comparison."
About four hundred members of the
organization were present, including
four from Ann Arbor, and many spoke
in discussion of the topic following
Professor Fishleigh's address.
Many Served at Union Dining Room
The dining room of the Michigan
Union is running full blast these days.
Friday night 150 were served. With
the new improvements the Union au-
thorities expect that the dining room
will prove to be one of the big fea-
tures of the year.
E. S. Jacobus' Five-Piece Orchestra
for dances, entertainments and con-
certs. 520 N. Fifth Ave. Phone 1487.
wed,eod
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"STROLLER"-Our rough weather Belted Overcoat: 42 inches
long; double-breasted; flap pockets with a swinging patch inside, quart-
er lined with silk; belt with two buttons in back; broad collar that can be
flipped up around the ears.
"PINCH BACK"--Novelty Overcoat; 41 inches long; pleats and
belt in back; self and velvet collar; narrow unpadded shoulders; quarte
lined; silk shoulders; seams, facings and bottom piped with silk.
We will be glad to show you this seasons models, come in and take
a look.
All of our clothes are sold with a guarantee of satisfaction, or a new
garment.
Make your selection early and let us set it aside for you, so as to be
assured of securing the "OVERCOAT" you want.
Tinker & Com pany

Buy Your Overcoat

Get it off your mind and on your back.

GET IT NOW. GET IT HERE.

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at a
Quarry's and Students'
TheDelta andE R T IS- Supply Store

WANTED
WANTED-To rent small modern
house or suite of four or five rooms
with private bath by family of three
adults. Must be first class. Ad-
dress box, Z-3, Michigan Daily.
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WANTED-Clothing salesman for so-
liciting. Good commission and good
territory open. Phone 700M or 544J.
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FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Comfortable first floor
parlor. All conveniences. Fire-
place and private entrance. One-
half block north of campus. En-
quire 220 S. Ingalls. oct.14-15

LOST.
LOST-A silver fountain pen (Water-
man) E. A. E. coat of arms on cap.
Initials A. L. M. Return to A. L.
Martinek, 914 E. Huron St. 974-J.
Reward. oct.14-15
LOST-A Waterman fountain-pen, not
selffilling, with cracked cap, Tues-
day evening on State St. or N. Un-
iversity. Reward. Call 1808-J.
oct.14-15
LOST-Boston bull dog, black and
white; license No. 69. Call 855-J.
oct13,14,15,17,18
LOST-Let the Michigan Daily find
that lost article of yours through
one.of its classified advertisements
in this column.

Clothes, Furnishing and Hats
For
Particular Men.

Cor. S. State and William Sts.,

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Beat Pianos for Rent
Terms Reasonable
If you are thinking of purchasing, it will be to your advantage
to buy during our
Summer Resort Sale
NOW GOING ON

Dainty Electric Lamps
Artistic Pictures
TEA SETS
DeFries Art Store

We frame pictures for your room.
223 S. Main St,

Downtown

IGrinnell Bros.

116 a. Mats St.
PHONE 1707

Woodward sells Remington Type- Sunday evening luncheon at IV
writers. 8-9 A. A. Sav. Bnk. Bldg. Tel. gan Union. Seven, different m
866-F1. Nothing over $1.00.

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