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THE LEADING
RCHANT TAILORS
W1e offer to you the
tailored suilt possible
ae most suitable price'.
tkmanship the best.
ry suit built to fit.
stock of woolens* of
highest quality. The
est assortment in the
to select from.
Hou WilD CO.
31.1 S. State St.
OIT UNITED LINES
N ARBOR TIME TABLE
nid Express Cars for Detroit-7;'
nd hourly to 6:io p.,im., also 8:io
sfor Detroit-S :40 a. im., 6:o6 a. in.,
y two hours to 6:o6 p. mn., 7:06 p.
Sp. mn., 9:i0 p. in., and ro 45 P. Ml.
ilanti only, r r: r p. m., r z :; 5 p. Mn.
mn., r : oo a. in.
ars for Jackson-7:46 a. in. and
'o hours to 7:46 p. m.
;for Jackson-5:x2aa. i., 6:5 r a: in,,
-y two hours to 6:51 p. in., also 9:.20'
r : r p. ni.
COX SONS & VINING
72 Madison Ave,, EW YORK
MAKEJIaS 0F
CAPS, GOWNS & HGOODS
For All Degrees
' ~May be Ordered from
MACK & CO.
IMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
-103-105 South Main Street

FooteBl
GOODS
Shoulder Guardp, $4.00
Foot Ball Pailts, $4.60
Shoes - - $3b
Head wears, $2:00-.$4.00
Foot Balls,__$4.60-.$.00
GYM SUPPLIES
A Complete Outfit for
$2.25
SHEEHAN'& CO.,
STUDENTS' BOOK-,TORE

Official fleA spaper at the University of Mich-
igani.
Published every morning except Monday dur-
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.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $2.50; by
mail $3.00.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; (quarry's
Phrarnmacy ; University Pharmacy;
C. II. Davis. Cor. Packard
and State.
Plione: Bell, 96o..
Maurice T1oulme ..........Mvanaging Editor
Adna Johnson............. Business Manager
News Editor Sporting. Editor
1L' Beach Carpenter Gordon Eldredge
Assistant to Manager
Fred Foulk.
F. ALI Church . . ..Assistant Sporting E-ditor
Leonard 1ieser ....Intercollegiate Editor
Robert Tarnnahill ......... Music and 6 ra1111;
H~arold Abbott.................. Cartooniist
NIGHT EDITORS"
ILeo Burnett
REPORTERS
Carlii Jenks Ilernus ]Kline
Y. Fr. J. J~su Chester Lang
F. F. Mcl inriey l:. C. l:umnnet
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherwood Field h1arry Johnson
John Leonard
BUSINESS STAFF
Myron Watkins V'. G. Millardi
SATURDAY, NOlVE MER 1, 1913.
Night Editor-TI. Hawley Tapping.
NOT PIRATES.
The members of the Board of (Con-
trol of the Western Conference are
not all sonls of Captain Kidd. The
college professors and coaches ti ho
compose that. body are not "hair-iman
tied, fdint-hurling, a'boriginal tnthro-
poli Pagous."
But many anti-Conference advocates
havef indicated such a belief in The,
Daily columns or' elsewhere. Thel
communicants of yesterday and Thurs-1

II1

--' That the new s: ltdent infl'irmary i S
already a sueccess is show n by the fact
tha;t 1more thanm 1-) diffeirent '11Students
hav1e- already bweentrea<ted . AllU1 GBthet
equ'ipme)nt'i has arvd xet the
medi'cine iA1 ch thei nfirmary 1'viii'
tlses,111(1dthese a1re expectI('dto-
- Acla1Ss for em'bry'o athLic(dlroe-
to1rsAwill be starlted byh.>Physical Drc
tor George A. . The work wvill
include lectures onlteachling mnethlods
and advanced al~l;a t 1s work.
-Old classmates claspedi one another
by the hand and old friendshiips were
reneweod at the reception give-n for
formnler Ferris Institute st udents in
We bster room in the law buldling last
i ight.
--About fifty alum-ni of Albion college
attended a re-union banquet at the Y.
M. C. A. last night te ndered1 to grad-4
uates attendling? the convention. TheI
dinner was served atl 6:00 o'clock and
was followed by toasts ;from a number
of prominenit gradua tes.
---Nineteen hundred copies, of the Stu-
dent Dire ,cr were pu't on sale yes-
terday at various places throughout
the city.
--The session of the cla<s=ical RMound
Table crowdedllthe,(,upper hall of Me-
morial building'ysedyatino
with teachelirs anid l~roi sory. lDoan
I. R. Iiiuger delivred a .tpape'r on
I"mil lEdcait ia l Urest cif Franc'e,"
and Pirof. Gordlon .1. Laing, of Chicago,
oil c"rTho Aplologies of Apuleins." Prof.
.Tohn C. YWinter gave anm Illustrated
lecture on "'nhe IHomeric Poems and
Mediterranean mCivilization."
INTERCOLLEGIATEI
CHAMPAIGN, ILL., OCT. 31.-The
tango question at Illinois has not yet
been definitely settled. Much aia
tion has been brought to hear in stu-

lie

Teal,

6-i

will find our stock of

Foot B%1I Goods
the most complete in Washiteilaw

Trousers, $1 .501-350
Shoulder (Guards, 1.50-00O

Head Gears,
Shoes,

~I .5O~3.OO
oo

Athletic goods of all kinds. lvery article gniarantecd.

wv f
UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORES

HE secret of our
Tsuccess lies in
the fact that we have
always given the
best possible value
for the money.
That's one reason why we
are particularly anxious
j to try one of these young
Standard Junior Coats.
It has the belted bank that I
will be much worn by
j young men who want to
be in style up to the last
minute.
You'll find the color you
want and the size to fit
you here.

$ * Boys we are making a specialy of a full dress suit t
$35.00. Owing to the fact that we bought 300O yards of a
very fine dress suiting, has eniabled us to give yt'u a $50.00
dress suit at a saving of $15.00.
We give you the very finest of workmnanship, 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, bu cy to call.
300 yards will not last forever-place your order at once.
Suits to order at popular prices
The Quality Tailors
209 E. Liberty St.
Rincoats, Mackinaws,
and Shirts to Order
Va norn' Parac We Carry a Fine Line of Conk-
Van haracylilt's Fountain Pens,
703 Packard Street from $1.50 up. Camie in and get fitted.
TheC I~ajA3Ho'-fSdM

$100,000

$69,000

-,- - -

day both11expressed 111ili.Jbecause Ident circles aantthe tango and the
"Michigan is likely to be prevented outcome is do ubtful. The girls' Panii-
from pla i n isTouastide the Conference."' H llenic Council ithe pst week w .as,
The ssumtionis tat te Coferece mable to decide the fte of the tan-
representatives who have already go definitely, alIthough iithe sentiment
made eastern games possible merely xa togfraoiin
too ths atin a a aittolur Mih- The date of the annual Fall I tome-
igan back into the trap. But has, it I 'hlzz e ;bi aaioii olf the Un:iversity
occurred to the anti-Conference reas- (' Iii l sb,, 'igyse o o

Profits, . I

d

Id

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Place to Go for Lullob

III

oners that with Michigan added to the
present Conference majority in favor
of outside games, cancellation of thisI
priviltege will be impossible? And do
these gentlemen realize that the door
to the trap will still be open?.

ButsyBee

Fry Our Morning Lunch 'Before that 8 o'clock
We Promise the BEST CUP OF COFFEE
in Ann Arbor
Lots of Fun Every Evening
of~oFAIR~

3, 49, 5, 6 79, 8, at the Old Armory
Next to Wailing Room

VAMP11' SIN BRIEF l
-Manuscripts for the Jnnior girl's
play may be handed in to Mrs. Jordan
any time Monday at the latest. The
dialogue in each scene need not be
written out in full, if its nature is
briefly indicated so that he judges
may get a general idea of the plot.
-Prof. James R. Angell, son of Pres-
ident-Emeritus James B. Angell, and
Dean of the literary department of the
University of Chicago, will be the
speaker at the Sunday afternoon pro-
gram at the Union. His subject will
be "The Amateurism of College Ath-
1etics."
-Sophomore fits are arranging to
start their social season in the near
future. The program will include a
luncheon for the women, and smoker
for the men, a series of dinners and
dances. Probably the first event will
be a party at Barbour gymnasium.
-The monthly membership dinner of
the Michigan Union will be held Wed-
nesday evening, November 5. Honor-
ary societies will be discussed by men
from eastern and English colleges.

y emrber 15. -More elaborate prepar'a-
tions than evr before are under way.
Elverything l1:)ints to the most success-
futl round-up of old, students and alum-
nii that Illinois has, ever had. The
P urdue gam :ue w ill be the athletic at-
traction and thae Mlini are expecting
a tough contest..
..1he Council of Admninistration has
exp~elled three sophomores, and sus-
pended another for one year, on the
charge of haazing. There has been but
it tle hazing at Illinois this year. The
Council is- bending every effort to
stamp, cut the practice.
The Illinois Union has adopted a
now rooters hat which is a larger
shape than the style of rooters head-
gear. The hats have Orange *bands5
and brims.
Miiiicilnlli y ' l ayHave MelriiLights
That Ann :Arboris to ha ive a mod-
ervn system of street lighting seems to
be a certainty. The light committee
will take the rntt :r up soon der the
take the nattw , up soon after the
state teacher's convention.. Mbany cit-
ies have installed the luxabra post
system and the comm i ttee hopes to
have one of the best s ystemirs on the
inark et.
x thousand 1z? lei'ies sold since
four 'c(lock T~te'di3 lhey IV o'II
List long.

Gi1ves clean,. wholesomne board at $4.25
per- week.' Sa~lfe drirxkir"gwattcr-.

C. C. Fz-eerma .rya, Proprie tor

.inminm I

209 Soxith State Street

CONCERT DATE CHANCED TO
Monday, Nvme

3URCHFIELD

&

CO.

FINE TAILORING TRADE

We can and do give you the limit of excell=
nce in Tailoring, this issue, with a complete
ine of up-to-date woolens, makes us the leaders
n1 our line.
Respectfully,
San. Burchfield & Co.

LAIRD'S MODERN REPAIR SHOP
The Shop on the way
down town.
217 East Washington' Street

A TALI: COLLAIR

Fine M.ilinry
at reasonable prices
721, East Huron
Across from High School
The Mrs, Rickey& Everts

A Large Assortment of

GRACEFUL

Nackinaws and Rnoat

LINES MEDIMA hEI6hT
2 FOR 25 CENTS

ti

Get yours while the assortment
is complete

Call Taxi 1550

GILOVES

HMOSIERY
Agonxt for Yo'wm's Hate

Parties a Specialty

Quick Service

The. Varsity Toggery ShopI
1107 S. University Avenue.

Ann Arbor Taxicab Co.'

300 N.° flain Street

Pack's Portraits, but you will
d artistic quality in them"

RA4NDALLI &APACK,

iHtOGRAPRIR

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