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u'JUN
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'AILOR S

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offer to you the
ilored suit possible
most suitable price.
nanship the best.
suit built to fit,

Foot Ball
GOODS
Shoulder Guards, $4.0
Foot Ball Pants, $1.AO
Shoes - - $.0
Head Gears, $2,00-$4.00
Foot Balls,_$1.50-$0.00
GYM SUPPLIES
A Complete Outfit for,
$2.25
MEEHAN & COO.
STUDENTS' BOOK %TORK

TH E MICHIGAN DAILY; gan last Sunday at the Majestic thea-
ter, seems to supply this need.
Official newspaper at the University of Mich- That the average university man
igan. should be interested in leisure hours
Published ever m e r M d . chiefly in social and athletic activities

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COX SONS & VINING
72 Madison Ave., NEW YORK
MAKERS OF
CAPS, GOWNS & HOODS
For All Degrees
May be Ordered from
-MACK & CO.
IS AND MECHANICS BANK
3-105 South.Main Street
apial, $100,000

Here's one of the
season s swell shapes
in soft hats.

ruuueey moring except monay ar.
ing the university year.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan under Act of Congress of March 3,
1879.
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building.
SubscriptionPrice. By carrier,gi E.do;oby
mail $3.0.
Want Ad Stations:.Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy; University Pharmacy;
C. H. Davis. Cr. Packard
and State.
Pone: Bell, 96o.
Maurice Toulme..........Managing Editor
Adna Johnson ...... .....Business Manager
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1913.
AN OPEN OFFER.
Thus far The Michigan Daily has
published all communication that
have been received in the office, intact,
unless with the permission of the
author.
Our offer for an unbiased place in
the news columns stands.
Communications must be in our of-
fice before 6:00 o'clock on the evening
before the morning on which they are
to appear. They must be signed with
name and class numeral.
EASTERN RELATIONS.
Michigan can go back in the con-
ference and have relations in track,
baseball and football. Michigan can
take the best in the east. Worthy
eastern relations will be retained; the
unworthy will be dropped for the best
competition in the west.
Cornell, and Pennsylvania compe-
tition will remain. Chicago and Wis-
consin or Minnesota will probably take
the place of the Mount Union, the
South Dakota, the Syracuse games.
THE PRICE OF RETURN.
Michigan's price to get competition
that is hers by nature resolves itself
into the folowing question:
Is it above Michigan's dignity to do
what her neighbors, nine of the great-
est universities of the west, have
done?
The Conference has stood years.
The faculties, the alumni and the stu-
dents of these universities are satis-
fled; the Conference is growing, it has
recently acquired a hew member, and
two more applications have been
made, Nebraska and Marquette.
COACH YOST.
Is the Michigan faculty as pleased
with Yost as the present Board in
Control?
Why not? Is there any less like-
lihood that he will be retained?
He has all the points in his favor:
an unequalled record, no close com-
petitor and the confidence of the great
body of students, alumni, faculty and
general public.
Going Into the Conference would
mean only that he would be recom-
mended by a faculty committee, rath-
er than by the present board i con-
trol. Do you know of anyone that
would appeal to the faculty more
than the coach, who put Michigan on
the football map and has kept her
there?
A GOOD START.
For several years Michigan has felt
the need of a religious, non-sectarian
mass-meeting of university men,where
the most vital problems of social and
religious reform could beshandled
without gloves. The series of meet-
ings of the University Y. M. C. A. be-

is only natural. But the hour of se-
rious moral reflection should not be
omitted. "Where and how can I make
my life most useful to the communi-
ty? "That is becoming one of the lead-
ing questions of twentieth' century
life. The man who fails to answer
it while in the university, has left his
education incomplete. Pity rather
than admiration must be the lot of him
who scorns 'vigorous religious dis-
cussion.
MUSIC AND DRAMA.
William A. McGuire's much discuss-
ed play, "The Divorce Question," will
be presented at the Whitney theatre
tonight with a strong cast. The au-
thor contends that a high standard of
morality is of far greater importance
than the individual interest involved,
when unfortunate alliances seem to
render divorce necessary. He has stu-
diously avoided sensationalism, but
has a strong sense of situation, and
his climaxes are thrilling.
"Everyman."
The old English morality play, "Ev-
eryman," first introduced into this
country by Ben Greet, will be the at-
traction at the Majestic theatre Thurs-
day and Friday during the State
Teachers' Convention. In spite of the
great expense involved, in creating
this three act animated picture pro-
duction, regular Majestic prices will
prevail.
Garrick Theatre.
This week's attraction at the Gar-
rick theatre, Detroit, is the thrilling
success, "Within the Law," presented
under the direction of the American
Play Company. Helen Ware, support-
ed by an excellent cast appears as the
heroine, Mary Turner.

Trousers, $ .50$3.50
Shoulder Guards, $.5o-$4.oo

Head Gears,
Shoes,

$15.00 SAVED
Boys we are making a specially of a full dress suit at
$35.00. , Owing to the fact that we bought 300 yards of a
very fine dress suiting, has enabled us to give yCu a $50.00
dress suit at a saving of $15.00.
We give you the very finest of workmanship, fit and
style with a pure silk lining in both body and sleeves.
Come in and examine the coat we have made up, then
place your order now.
A telephone call will bring us to your house with a
sample of our work if you find you are too busy to call.
300 yards will not last forever-place your order at once.
Suits to order at popular prices

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Athletic goods of all kinds. Every article guaranteed.

will find our stock of
Foot Bal Gsoods
the most complete in W ashtenaw

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UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORES

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$1.50-$3.00
$3.50-x:} 00

$17.50 to $25.00

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The Quality Tailors .

$2 and $3

Gross,

on Liberty

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.

$69,000

to Go for Lunch

Bu~xsy 'Bee
ry Our Morning Lunch Before that 8 o'clock
We Promise the BEST CUP OF COFFEE
in Ann Arbor
Buy The Best
Fountain Pens "Guaranteed"
WE REPAIR ANY MAKE WHILE YOU WAIT
CHIGAN AND DEPARTMENT STATIONE1RY AND
ENVELOPES
We Repair Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Drawing Instruments
WVING F. SCH LEEDE, 340 S. STATE STRET

Fresh law election today in room
B, law building from 4:00 until 5:30
o'clock.
All fresh engineers desiring to try
out for relay team, which runs be-
tween halves of the Syracuse game,
report to Coach Rowe at once.
A rehearsal of thew Mandolin club
will be held from 7:00 to 8:00 o'clock.
All members must be present.
All-soph relay team candidates re-
port at Ferry field at 4:00 o'clock to-
day.
Fresh lit football practice this af-
ternoon at 3:00 o'clock at south Ferry
field.
Fresh engineers will re-elect officers
at room 311 engineering building from
3:30 to 5:45 o'clock.
All soph lits who were in the game
last Saturday, report at South Ferry
field 3:00 o'clock today.
Special meeting of the Commerce
club in room 104 economics building,
at 7:00 o'clock.
Junior lit football men meet at 3:30
o'clock today at south Ferry field.
Dr. E: G. Canfield will lecture on
ment" at the meeting of the American
Chemical society today at 4:30 o'clock
in room 303 chemistry building.
All men who can play some kind of
instruments are requested to report
at McMillan hall this evening at 7:30
o'clock to tryout for the University'
band.
Student council will meet at 8:00
o'clock tonight. All election judges
bring election reports.

E. C. FLANDERS
209 E. Liberty St.
Raincoats, Mackinaw,
and Shirts to Order
VoPa We Carry a Fine Line of Conk-
lin's Fountain Pens,
703 Packard Street from $1.50 up. Come In and get fitted.
The Chum~ibb otise
209 Souxth Safe. Street
Gives clean, wholesome board at $4.25
per week. Ssfe drinking we ter.
C. C. FreemAn, Proprietor
University School' of Music
Albert A. Stanley, Director
flaynard Street, Ann Arbor, Mich.
A School of Music which offers courses in all branches of music of
highest standards.
Students may take regular courses leading to graduation, or they may
take such subjects as they desire, without reference to graduation.
If you are interested in studying some branch of music, please call at
the office and get a copy of the school catalogue which gives full inform-
ation. CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
LOUIS DEL PRETE A F A L L C-0 L L A R
FINE TAILORING
CLIANING AND PRES ING
LIBERIY STREET, above Liberty Bar-
Formerly head coat-maker for Dieterle

RC HFIELD
FINE TAILORING TRADE

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We can and do give you the limit of excell-
ence in Tailoring, this issue, with a complete
line of up-to-d ate woolens, makes us the leaders

our line.

Respectfully,
Sam Burchfield & Co.

MMMWWA

Fine Millinery
at reasonable prices
721 East Huron
Across from High School
The Mrs. Rickey &, Eernts

A Large Assortment of

GRACEFUL LINES
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MaCkinaws and Raincoats
Get yours while the assortment
is complete

MEDIUM HEIGHT
25 CENTS

Call ai 1550

GLOVES

HOSIERY
Aigant for Youjm9's Hats

Parties a Specialty

Quick Service

The Varsity Toggery Shop
1107 S. University Avenue.

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