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November 12, 1911 - Image 2

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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

H1. Wild Co, 311 So. State Street
)PENING DISPLA
f Fall and Winter Woolens of ,exclusive Styles
for Suits4 Overcoats and Trousers.
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TlE LEADING MERIKhANT TAILORS

ITHI-I ICt'i.T6AN DA1L fhe fighting spirit into the men; it will

Official lNewspa,,per at the University
of Michiigan.
Published every morning except Mon-
day throughout the school year. .
)MNA~iLM EDITOR.
Walter Ri. Towers.
BUSINESS MANAGER
Albert IL ]Dilley
Editors.
Niews Editor ........IHarry Z. Fo fz
Assistant ............Frank Pennell
Athletic Editor ........ Karl Matthiews
Assistant ............ G. C. Eldredge
Mu Isic and Drama . . ..Earl V. Moore
Intercollegiate News Harold G. McGee
file s ........Emmett Taylor
Editorials.
A1rthur 13. Moehhinan Walle W. Merritt
Frank Shaw Maurice Myers
Ed:ward G. Kemp.
Nigh t Editors.

iare naot getting your
V' regularly, a postal
to the Business Man-
will start Somnething

W11I'1IPE SUPPl'iES, TYPEWRITEIS,
(new and sconnd hand), for sale and~ rent.

tgTrade
arifacLurers i n the %world
of03-FFICIAL EQUIPF-
M'ETforallathletic
~ sports aqd pastimes.
w'i a~ '4?lei prt d
K y si~o.d 7hav cacpli Of
/. j trrS i~t lQ C(" a-
,p~4 op r~~. It's a eon plte
rough out eccopdao
d as Wh,'at's New in f5port
Mile of a-mi is senat f ree ou ?,C-
I , est.
STALDnlG Ca.BROIS.
w ar a ve Deroit r< cli
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307-309 S. State St.
Ifirs set on our "Sim-
plex" Spotters must ncc-
Sessarily be spotted trite
Bow.lers kiiow what thili
n cans.

Ill Sweaters

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Loren Robinson
j Wallace

Mack Ryan
Robert Gillett
Weber.

Elelporters.

John Townley
C. Harold Hippler
Frank Murphy

Oscar BeckmanE
'T. Selig Y ellen
William DaughertyI

Sweater
Rol

Vests 'with
Cellars

$6.50

White, Blue~ Gray and Cherry

STU1DENTS BOOKSTORE

ON \BROs.
S. state St.

7

Detroit's "Original"
Young Men's Tailor
Suits and Overcoats
$28 and up

Assistant' to Mgr. . .Joseph Fouchard
Advertifing Mgr . . .Elmer P. G rierson
Circulation Mgr..E. Ray, Johnson
A. R. Johnson, Jr.
OFFICES: Ann Arbor Press Building,
Maynard Street.
OFFICE HIOURS: Managing Editor,
1-2 p. mn., 10:30-11:30 p. mn.; Bus-
iness Manager, 1-5 p.'in..
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 12, 1911.
Night Editor--Winm. T. Daugherty.
Weet The '.eam.
There was a football game at Ithaca
yesterday and when the time was call-
ed the red and white had the' advan-
tage. But the score is a ~minor detail.
,We want to win games just as much as
anything else but in our opinion the
spirit with which the men played, the
' mier in which they faced the Cor-
nell eleven, crippled as they were, far
outreaches the fact that Cornell scored
and we did not. Today that crippled
team is coming back and there is only'
one way in which we, the student
body,, can show that we appreciate
their hard struggle and that we are
standing behind them .loyally. Our

be a real manifestation of campus sup-
port. The men not only deserve it,
but they need it. Be there at 9:19.
JUiNIOR LAW'IS IISCOYEPR NEW
WAY TO COLLECT CLASS TMx
Devotees of the "Conservation of Ex-
penses,", "Economies, Practical and
Improbable," "Sure 'Thing Dips on
Easy Street," and otter articles of like
tenor that appear every Thursday
morning in our own "Autocrat of the
Boarding House Table," (founded A. D.
1728 by B. F.), might take a tip from
the recent dive into high finance taken
by the junior laws at their class meet-
ing Friday. Verily, the way of the de-
linquent is hard-at least it is to be
among the junior laws. As an induce-
ment to members of the class to pay
their class dues, which amount to $1,
early, there will be no prize of honor-
able mention -the munificent discount
of ten per cent will be offered to those
who pay their assessments' before
Christmas.
Think of what those J. Laws can do
with that ten cents at Christmas time!
Other classes have tried tags, clocks,
etc., but this should prove the adduce-
ment par excellence. And they claim
that those laws adhere too closely to
precedent!I
0. S. lU. CARRfO-TOPS PLAN
NTATIONAL FiRATERNITY.
COLUMBUS, 0., Nov. 11.-To bind
red-headed college men together in the
firmal ties of a national secret organi-
zation, the local Rced 'Head Club, now
styled Lambda Tau Rho, has entered
into communication with a number of
the largest universities in the country.
Chapters are planned for Cornell, Co-
lumbia, Syracuse, Chicago, Michigan
and Pennsylvaniia
Women's League Plans Big Program.
The Women's League is making ef-
forts to secure, for the annual event
given by them on the night before the J
hop, any of the following artists: Miss
Ellen Terry who appeared last year,
Miss Edith Wynne Matthison of the
New Theater Company,the Abbey Play-
ers, or Miss Dorthea Spinney,
a well known interpreter. The recital
will not be restricted to members of
the league but will be open to the pub-
lic.
Sociology Club to hear DerthO.
H.,CG. Derthick will address the meet-
ing of the Sociology club on "The So-
cial and Political Aspects of the South-
ern 1-ighlanders" which will b follow-
ed by a discussion of the subject The
club will meet Mnday evening at 7 p.
in. in room 104 of the Economics
building.
BOY PIANIST IS .1 PUPIL~
OF F ORM)IElt MUSIC HEAl.
Pepito Arriola, the 13 year old pianist
who appeared at the Whitney Friday

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Suits Cleaned and Pressed 75c Suits Pressed 25c
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Contracts Wriitten
by Month
or Term

Wishes to advise the U. of M. students that he has
secured his complete stock of Fall awd Winter Roofs.

Cl othe Cenigand.

56 Lafayette Ave.

Detroit, Mich..

r

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

We collect and deliver.

Telephone 1534=L.

only means of expressing this sentiment nigt ai pupil of Alberto Jonas, for-
lies in getting out and meeting thenih
men~~~ ~ attetri.uerly head of the piano department of
Two games are yet to be prayed. Up- the University School of Music. Master
on the character of the welcome given Arriola, who has been playing to rec-
the men this morning will rest in large ord houses all over the world said that
measure, Nlichigan's football success Proj. Jonas, who was recently decoral-
for the remainder of the season. The! ed by the King of Spain has the largess
right kind of a reception -will instill number of pupils in all of Germany.

Amateur
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what -we can cap, we will
develop any size film for
10c A %ROLL
This week only
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109 N. University Upstairs

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Lansing 7:46 p. mn
Local Cars East Bound-'lo Detroit, 5:45 a.
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p m. To Ypsilanti, 5:45 a.mi. an~d half hour-
*Iyt1411:15p. m., also 12415 a.,im., 12:30 a. mn.,
1250 a. Mn. '1o S2line, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-0l:40 a. mt., 7-:15 a.
mn., and every two hoursito 11:15 p mn.

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FASHIONABLE iJAIRDESSER
Ifair Goods, Hlairdressing, Mauicuring anid
j ~face Massage.
RlIai water Shampooing a Speially.
l110 South university Bell 696-W
Good Board New Rate
TIMESHURON
$3.50 Week in Advance
jMrs. E. B;.Lambert 519 E. William St. f

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GOOD BOARD $3.50 IN ADVANCE TI
THE PINES, 503 E. Jefferson StreetBl e T
Catering to Parties a Specialty. ]fu ..1
Music by Fischer's Orchestra.
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