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November 16, 1911 - Image 2

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T HE I[AnIWAN DAILY
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. Dilley
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.

' OUN1TCi. TYPE
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John Townley
C. Harold Hippler
Frank Murphy

Oscar Beckman
J. Selig Yellen
William Daugherty.

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riginal makers of
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here and nearly

BUSINESS STAFF.
Assistant to Mgr.'..Joseph Fouchard
Advertising Mgr ... Elmer P. Grierson
Circulation Mgr.....E. Ray Johnson
A. R. Johnson, Jr. ....Emerson Smith
Edgar L. Jaffa ...... W. T. Hollands
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.

deserves the attention which the Coun-
cil promises to give it.
The Council should act and take
a firm stand. The toques at present
used as university toques were intro-
duced by the Council. The merchants
accepted the designs submitted by the
Council for the purposes of a class
toque. We believe that the merchants
will gladly cooperate with the Coun-
cil in this matter.
toown af
Time flies fast for our owvn Judge
Lane. Somewhere or other he lost a
Wednesday. Yesterday was Thursday,
to the judge and when 11 a. m. came
he journeyed up to the abode of the
laws to instruct the seniors in the ways
of the insurers and the insured only
to discover the first section hungry for
information concerning equity and that1
the second section had awaited him in
vain some hours previous. 'Tis for-
tunate for the judge that he will not
be required to submit that excuse to
the Attendance Com'mittee of our es-
teemed literary department.
Try the Ladies' Home Journal.
Dear Ed:
Kindly slip a few intimations of the
correct method of tipping a toque.
Wrestling. with a fresh toque is bad
enough but we can't quite solve this
toque stunt. Dubiously,
A New One.
Our copperplated notion of the acme
of nothing to listen to is a singing
wolf, still we'll take a chance.
* The new graduate toque will doubt-
less prove a strong favorite among Ann
Arbor's grade school kidlets.
Speaking of grade school, who's in
favor of hand-cuffing all of Ann Ar-
bor's extreme "younger set" during the
snow ball season?
Try a Slide Rule on This.
The more precise among us may be
interested to learn that Santa Claus'
visit is only 3,456,000 seconds away.
MAURER INJURED IN PRACTICE.
Scrub Half Back Falls on Slippery
Field Breaking His Ankle.
George N. Maurer, sophomore engi--
neer and halfback on the reserve team,
met with a bad accident during scrim-
mage at Ferry field late yesterday af-
ternoon, when his left leg was frac-
tured at the ankle. He was removed to
the hospital where the fracture was re-

Decorations

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When You Desire
Portraits of Quality
Go to
THE PHOTOGRAPHER

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We Do French Dry and Steam Cleanin
PRESSIN G and REPAIR IP
Suits Cleaned and Pressed 75c Suits Pr
FULLER & O'CONNOR Tailors 619 E. Wi

Michigan Souvenirs of all kinds

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

e patterns are, confined ex-
ely to Kirschbaum. Drop
I see our display of fabrics. -
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1911.
Night Editor-Robt. M. Gillett.
. Krschbaum
e Original Young Men's Tailor" Toques for Town or Gown?
7 797 Woodward The Michigan class toque is some-
thing more than a mere article of
wearing apparel. It stands for a col-
Contracts Written lege custom which is coming to be one
by Month of our well recognized and established
or Term traditions. Viewed in this light the
toque, and the wearing of it, are enti-
tled to the respect, unqualified approv-
al, and support, not only of the student
body itself, but of those who are more
or less closely connected with the stu-.
dent body by ties of various sorts. For
n g and while this is not so important as some,
it is one ofthose traditions about
which cluster the memories and ex-
periences that develop loyalty.
Skirts Pressed 35c In view of these facts, it is not picas-
Ladies' Suits Pressed 50-6 ing news to learn that certain "down'
town" merchants are interfering with
the class toque custom or tradition by
elephone 1534-L selling to townspeople, and non-stu-
dents generally, head wear which Is
identical with, or similar to, the vari-
When in ous university toques. This state of
lb 1 T I Th things is most undesirable and richly

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duced and his. cndition seems to be
better.
The cause of the accident was prob-
ably the bad cnd'Lon of the fled. The
scrimmage was taking place oven on
one of the small fields near the club
house and had only been lightly scrap-
ed leaving considerable snow in patch-
es. Maurer was playing half on offense
and was blockin:; while the other half
carried the ball. He was hit by two
men and in some manner slipped so
that his leg twisted under him and
snapped at the ankle.
The acident happened on the hoo-
doo field. It is the same place where
Harrington broke his leg last season
and where McMillan had his injury this
fall. Maurer has played consistently
on the scrubs all fall and has shown
ability and his accident at probably the
last scrimmage of the year is greatly
to be regretted.

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formerly with

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G ET an enlargement from
your favorite negative.
Any negative from which a
good contact print may be
inade will Sie d an excellent
enlargement. Can be made
any size from kodak negative
suitable for framing.
E. J. SCHMIDT
709 N. University Upstairs

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roof garden.
Music from 6 P. M. to 12:30 A. M.

Ramncbats..
The new thing in the English
Slip-On is the Raglan Shoulder.
WAGNER & CO. f*.euiite shoe

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Every Room has Private Bath'

EUROPEAN PLAN
Rates: $1.50 per day and up

Get your CANDY for the
Pennsy Game at Van Dor-
en's Pharmacy. Just rec, ivtd
a special order for the game.
i-Gilb rt 's are the one best bet.
Van Dorn's Pharmacy
703 PACKA' D STREET.

Mrs. J. R. Trojanowski
FASHIONABLE HAIRDESSER
Hair Goods, Hairdressing. Manicuring and
Pace Massage.
Rain water Shampooing aSpecialty.
1110 South Uni ersity acli 946-W

GOOD BOARD $3.50 IN ADVANCE

THE PINES, 503 E. Jeffetson Street Blue T
Catering to Parties a Sp cialty. lue Te
Music by Fischer's Orchestra.
JOHN FERGUSON; Proprietor 1221 S. University
HALL BROTHIE
WE CLEAN AND PRESS CLOTHES BY
SUITS DRY CLEANED 75c OVERCOATS DRY CLEANED 75c
SUITS PRESSED 25c OVER
LADIES GARMENTS OUR 410 SOUTH ST
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Proprietor

Mrs. E. B. Lambert ,519 B. William St.

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