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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

So. State Street

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Exclusive Styles
Trousers.

311 So. State Street
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ITHE FIIC:M10AN DAILY
Official Newspaper at the University
of Michigan.
Published every morning except Mon-
day throughout the school year. ..
MANAGING EDITOR.
Walter K. 'Towers.
A
BUSINESS MANAGER
Albert iR.Dalley
Editors.
News Editor.......Harry Z. Folz
Assistant .............Frank Pennell
Athletic Editor....... .Karl Matthews
Assistant ..........G. C. Eldredge
Music and Drama ....Earl V. Moore
Intercollegiate News Harold G. McGee
Files..............Emmett Taylor
Editorials.
Arthur B. Moehlman Walle W. Merritt
Frank Shaw Maurice Myers
Edward G. Kemp.
Night Editors.
Maurice Toulme Mack Ryan
Loren Robinson Robert Gillett
Wallace Weber.
Reporters.

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Bargaills
in Sweaters
Sweater Vests with
Roll Collars

to train leaders at the bar, men who
are to attain eminence in public life,
its standards must be above the or-
dinary, and that the students must be
held strictly to the mark. The stu-
dents who participate in student activ-
ities expect to meet the scholarship
requirements. They are here primar-
ily for study.
There are real benefits which come
ror the training which participation
in many of the campus activities give.
These benefits the men interested
therein secure in addition to the train-
ing given in the professional depart-
ment. That there are such advantag-
es Dean Bates is well aware. He him-
self actively participates in such ac-
tivities. There is no more ardent sup-
porter of the Michigan Union and few
who give more freely of their time and
energy in its behalf than the law dean.
While in the university he spent three
years in campus journalism. While a
student, during his alumni (lays in
Chicago, and since joining the uni-
versity faculty, he has been actively
interested in the conduct of Varsity
athletics. It is most galling that a
man who is at once a teacher of un-
usual strength and a man keenly in-
terested in student activities, should
be pictured to the student body as an
enemy of student activities.
The IDog.
The editors who labor into the night
desire to make public acknowledgment
of their appreciation of the faithful-
ness of one white pup with a black
eye, name and ownership unknown,
who wandered into the sanctum last
evening and camped under the edi-
torial desk until the paper was put to
bed. At the time of going to press,
4 a. in., he was watching the press and
begging for another hamburger.
Ladies' Day at Union.
The following menu will be served
at the Union 1-2, 6-8 p. m. today for a
charge of seventy-five cents a plate:

Spald"ing Jacket Sweaters
Whit, Creyand Navy
$5.00 and $6.00
'WAHS
# ~University 'Bookstore

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Sweaters
Spalding Automobile Sweaters
in White, Grey, Navy and Maroon
Price $7.50

Pla.tiznuri Portraits

Platinum Portraits

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C. Harold Hippler
Frank Murphy

Oscar Beckman
J. Selig Yellen
William Daugherty

When You Desire
Portraits of, Quality
Go to
THE PHOTOGRAPHER

$6.50

White, Blue, Gray and Cherry

SHEEHAN'S
STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE
Mrs. J. R. Trojanowski
FASHIONABLE HAIRDESER
Hair Goods, Hairdressing. Manicuring and
Face Massage.
Rain water shampooing aSpecialty.
1110 South University Bcll 696-W
ROT HERS
SS CLOTHES BY HAND
S DRY CLEANED 75c
ES ED 25c OVERCOATS PREASED 25e
SOUTH STATE STREET
Just received a full line of
l SHUMATE
Raors and S sops, including the
tfamou Shumate 1 Tun sen R tor

BUSINESS STAFF.
Assistant to Mgr. ..Joseph Fouchard
Advertising Mgr ...Elmer P. Grierson
Circulation Mgr.....E. Ray Johnson
A. R. Johnson, Jr.
OFFICES: Ann Arbor Press Building,
Maynard Street.
OFFICE HOURS: Managing Editor,
1-2 p. in., 10:30-11:3,0 p. in.; Bus-
iness Manager, 1-5 p. mn..
Both Phones 960.
Subscription price: By carrier, $2.50;
By mail, $3.00.
Want Ad Stations.
Press Building; Quarry's Pharm-
acy, State and North Uni-
versity.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1911.
Night Editor-Mack Ryan.
Dean Henry M. Bates.
It is with deep regret that we have
unwittingly become the vehicle for the
portrayal of the dean of the law de-
partment as an enemy of campus ac-
tivities, a position he certainly does
not occupy. In reporting his address
before the junior law class we quoted
him as saying, "No sympathy should
be shown those students that partici-
pate in collegiate activities." We are
convinced that the grammar is that of
the "cub" who wrote the story, not of
the dean to whom it was attributed.
The sentiment expressed is equally
without foundation.
What the dean really said was that
the standard of the department could
not be lowered out of consideration
for the men engaged in student activ-
ities and they, like all others, must
be held up to the high mark set. Thes
purpose of Dean Bates to raise the
standards and ideals of the law depart-
ment is most commendable and should
meet with the hearty cooperation of
every serious, thinking student. It is
indeed true that if the department is

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Suits eeaned and Pressed 75c Suits Pressed 25c
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Phone 961-L

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and the ''Shure mate" Sifety
I azor. The priees are ri!:ht and
the goods have the bestguarantee
f an'y on the market.
Yau Dorm's Pharmacy
703 PACKARD STREET

Tomato Bouillon en Tasse.
Stuffed Celery. Sweet Gherkins.
Fillet of Lake Trout, Alexandra.
Potatoes Duchesse.
Roast Spring Chicken, Currant Jelly.
Prime Rib Beef, Natural Gravy.
Broiled Tenderloin Steak, Vert Pre.
Potatoes Delmonico. Early June Peas.
Candied Sweet potatoes, -Paysanne.
Salad Russe.
Eclairs au Chocolat.
Coffee, Ice Cream and Cake
Demi Tasse.
ADRIAN STUDENTS OFFER
REGRETS TO INJURED MAN.
The students of Adrian college,
where the Freshmen were defeated,
Saturday, October 28, have written to
Director Bartelme, expressing their
regret of the accident to Kellar, the
all-Fresh quarter, who suffered a bro-
ken leg as a result of that game. They
inclosed in the letter a money order
and asked the authorities here to pur-
chase flowers for the injured player
and to convey him their regrets.
.LEAVE A WANT AD FOR THAT
LOST OR FOUND ARTICLE AT THE
DAILY OFFICE OR AT QUARRY'S.

Ann Arbor Chcago
Callaghan (m.Comltparry
540 a. State St. Opposite Law B'uilding
L~aw Books
New aznd Secnd-ian d
Old Hooks-Taken In Exchange-New Books
Callaghara . Comparny
Opposite D0oor of Law Bldg.- Next to C.rner

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Wishes to advise the U. of M. students that he has
secured his complete stock of Fell and Winter JNools.

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Detroit, Mich.

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Contracts Written
by Month
or Term

SCR %P BOOKS HERE

n BOOKS COMING

1914, Poster

On Sale at

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Today

Photographic prints reproduced. Its great. Comehnd see it.
Prices Reduced Today and Monday

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Skirts Pressed 35c
Ladies' Suits Pressed 50-6 c

collect and deliver. Telephone 1534-L

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One can never be a scholar by ' going through' college-
in one door and out the other. Neither can he take a short
cut to gentlemanly appearance."
HAVE WAGNER MADiE YOUR CLOTHES
STATE STREET

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and Furniture

OLD "LIM JUCKLIN"
A Funny Creation

longer than regulation size.

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and
Jackson
Detroit Limited-8:13 a. m.. 10:13 a. m., 12:13
p~m.. 2:13 p.m.4 :13p. m., 6:13 p. m.,8:13p. m.
Kalamazoo Limited - 7:46 a. m 9:46 a. m.,
11:46 a. t1:46 p m., 3:46 p. m., 5:46 p. m.
Lansing 7:46 p. m .
Loral Cars East Bound-1o Detroit, 5:45 a.
m., 6:45 a. m., and every two hours to 10:45
pm. To Ypsilanti, 5A5 a. m. and half hour-
yto 11:15p. m.. also 12:15 a. m., 12:30 a. m.,
1 :0 a. m. To Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Loal Cars West Bonnd-5:40 a. m., 7:15 a.
in.,and every two hours to 11:15 p.-m.
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HUSTON BROS.
307-309 S. State St.

117 and 119 West Liberty Street

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