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The Michigan Daily, 1911-11-07

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THE MICAHIGAN DAILY

Co., 311 So. State Street
.NG DISPLAY
rter Woolens of Exclusive Styles
, Overcoats and Trousers.
Co., 311 So. State Street
EADING MERCHANT TAILORS
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WRITER SUPPLIES, TYPEWRITEMS,
(new and second hand), for sale anl rent.
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Official* Newspaper at- the University
of Michigan.
Published every morning except Mon-
day throughout the school year. ..
MANAGING EDITOR.
Walter K. Towers.
BUSINESS MANAGER
Albert R. Diley
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.
John Townley Oscar Beckman
C. Harold Hippler J. Selig Yellen
Frank Murphy William Daugherty
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. m., 10:30-11:30 p. m.; Bus-
iness Manager, 1-5 p. m..
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.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1911.
Night Editor-Wallace Weber.
Martin Luther D'Ooge.

man, is more majestic than the same,
tree, crumbling and rotting, from
which all vestige of life and useful-
ness has departed, become a menace
to the safety of the occasional pass-
erby.
How much finer and nobler it is to
retire when in one's prime, at the sum-
mit of the ladder, surrounded by hosts
of friends, both on the faculty and
among the students. How much more
pleasing to receive the plaudits of the
multitude as the curtain descends than
to linger too long. How fine to leave
when the sun is at its height than to
wait until, with dotage and useless-
ness, it sets in a not too rosy west.
We Must Beat Cornell.
Michigan must down the Ithacans.
The student body must do its share in
inspiring the team to victory. We can-
not all be present at Ithaca but we
can send the band. For this reason,
if forno other, the bandsmen should
be sent east. We want them to go to
give the team active backing. Then
too, on Michigan's initial appearance
on the Cornell gridiron, her showing
should be impressive, with the Wolver-
ine spirit in evidence. To those who
cannot go to Ithaca we say, help send
the band.
Subscriptions will be taken in all
classes, today. Give liberally. The
Athletic Association has done its
share, "ut five hundred dollars must
still be raised. At least it is now too
late to argue that the association
should shoulder the entire expense. If
the band is to go the money must be
raised today and tomorrow. There is
no time to quibble.
At mass meetings, at the games,
and at the band concerts in the spring
the bandsmen have shown their loyal-
ty. They deserve the trip.
The team and the band are an un-
beatable combination.
Coven ath

Sweaters
Spalding Automobile Sweaters
In White, Grey, Navy and Maroon
Price $7.50
Spalding Jacket sweaters
White,Croy and Navy
$5.00 and $6.00
University Bookstore

When You Desire
Portraits{ of Quality
Go to
THE PHOTOGRAPHER

Platin Portramits

Plati wrm Portratts

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Platinum Portraits

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HEHAI'S
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Young Men's Tailor

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We Do French Dry and Steam Cleaning
PRESSING e~nd REPAIRING.
Suits Cleaned and Pressed 75c Suits Pressed 25c
FULL ER& O'CONNOR Tailors 619 E. William St.
Hotel Cu-mberland

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S. W. Cor. Broadway, at 54thSt.,
Near 50th St. Subway and 53d St. Elevated.

NEW YORK

( uits and Overcoats
$2 8 and up
P. Kirschbuam
"The Original Young len's Tailor"
G. 2737 797 Woodwavd

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One by one the grand old men of
the faculty are disappearing. "Prexy"
Angell headed the list three years ago.1
'hen came Professor Henry Carhart.
Since then many have followed. Last
year the university lost two of its not-j
ed men, Professor Bradley M. Thomp-
son and Professor Richard Hudson.
Latest of all is the announcement that1
Professor Martin Luther D'Ooge con-
templates retirement at the close of
the present college year. Professor;
D'Ooge's long and honorable career,
as a member of the university faculty,
is well known. It needs little com-
ment. He has seen forty-two classes
'eave the university and has watched
them as they have struggled against
the realism and cynicism of the world.
We regret to see him go, to leave the
university with which he has so long
been connected.
Still we cannot but think that his
action means more. Professor D'Ooge,
still able and active, has many years1
of life before him. The regal oak, fell-

Several additional nominations have
been rreceived for membership in the
N. 0. C. P. (Nauseous Order of Cam-
pus Pests, of course!) We append
the names of a few of the more de-
serving:
She who carrieth an umbrella un-
der her wing.
He who cometh late and breaketh in-
to the Whitney "heaven" line.
She, of the house next door, who
beateth exceeding ill on the ivories.
The Prof. who assigns thirty pages
and a special problem each and every
day.
We won't make rash suggestions
about who should join. the N. 0. C. P.,
but we have our opinion concerning
several of the small army of persons
who walk up and down the side-lines
at the football games.
No graduate of Vassar college has
ever been involved in divorce proceed-
ings, says President James Monroe
Taylor. When's the next train for
for Poughkeepsie?
Why need a dammed Huron river
for crew racing? Just use that stretch
of antiquated side-walk between the
Daily office and William street.
'15 Engineers Hold Initial Smnoker.,
The Freshman engineer class will
hold a smoker at the Michigan Union
tonight at 8 o'clock.

New, Modern, Absolutely

College Men Always We
Special Ferms for College

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Transient Rates, $2.50, with Bath
All Outside Rooms. Send for Bo

UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF
Harry P. Stimson., formerly with Hotel Imperial.
R. J. Biangharx, formerly with
At __________-

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BY A COLLEGE

aning and Pressing

G'OD WORK

Scrap Books Here A Books Coming
1914 Poster
On Sale at SCHMIDT'S Today
Photographic prints reproduced.
It's great. Come and see it.
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On information to Division Superir
tendent Allen, Ypsilanti, of the Detro
United Lines, by officers of Varsity or
organizations, the movement, beyond th
capacity of the regular service, of an
group of students to or from Ann A:
bor, extra cars and extra service Wvill b
prom pi Iv supplied.

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Cor. Adams Ave. and Park St.
{ In the centre of the theatre, shopping
and business district
Has large convention hall-has grand
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Music from 6 P. M. to 12:30 A. M.
Every Boom has Private Bath

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EUROPEAN PLAN
Rates: $1.50 per day and up

Just received a full line of
SHUMATE
Razors and Strops, including the
famoup. Shumate Tungsten Razor
and the i Shure mate " Safety
Razor. The prices are right and
the goods have the best guarantee
of any on the market..
Van Doren's Pharmacy
703 PACKARD STREET

Mrs. J. R. Trojanowski
FASHIONABLE HAIRDESSER
Bair Goods, Hairdressing. Manicuring and
Face Massage.
Rain water Shampooing a Specialty.
1110 South University Bell 696-W

GOOD BOARD $3.50 IN ADVANCE * TI
THE PINES, 503 E. Jefferson Street
Catering to Parties a Specialty. Blue'Te
Musie by Fischer's Orchestra.
JOHN FERGUSON, Proprietor 1221 S. University

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THE HVRON
3.5O Week in Advance
Mrs. E: B. Lambert 519 E. William St.

HALL BROTHERS
WE CLEAN AND PRESS CLOTHES BY HAND
SUITS DRY CLEANED 75c OVERCOATS DRY CLEANED 75C
SUITS PRESSED 25C OVERCOATS PRESSED2
LADIES GARMENTS OUR 410 SOUTrHSTATE STRE
SPECIALTY. TRY US

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