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. THE MICI

THE ICIGAN DAILY.

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to see the best that are made.
Come in and slip one on, they
are all made up in Norfolk with
yoke. "No Old Timers Here."
Time now to place that Suit and
overcoat order too.

~J. KARL MALCOLM

EAST LIBERTY ST.

MALCOLM BLOCK

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Tailors

New York

Seits and O'Coats to your order $18, $20, $2.0
$26, and $30
le arc local algenis for this magnificent line of made to orde~r clothes. -We w.'Int to
show you the big line of woolens~ and niewest style~s for Vall anid Winter.
One every order we save you fro ilL$.5 to $io.
CANMPU S 3BOOT%'J ERi"Y

S. State St.

Opposite [fusions'

TheSu~~rBowl
Conf ictio znaryI

ference cannot offer us equal compe-
tition in track. On the occasion of
our last appearance at a Conference
meet, in 1906, Michigan won 9 firsts in
14 events, scoring as many pints as
all the other schools together. A care-;
ful survey of comparative records and
time shows that our ]913 All-Fresh
track team would have placed well
among the leaders in the 1913 Confer-
ence track meet We have won a vst
majority of our baseball games against
Conference schools. Illinois, the only
real rival in this branch of sport, does
not compare with us in eiter football
or track. Syracuse, poor despised
Syracuse, of whom The Michigan Daily
disapproves, according to a recent e-
itorial, has held us even in football
and has given us some warm tussles
in both baseball and track.
We have outgrown the Conference
Let us then assume our rightful place.
and since the west holds no mor
worlds to conquer, seek athletic fam
and glory where it is to be found--in
the east. etter by far to take an oc-
casional beating from Cornell or
Pennsy thani a hollow victory from a
conference school.
_Consider the crab,the only animal
who Nwalks backward.
CHARLES S. WITE, '1.
E DIoufUA.
(Continued from page 1.)
Then let the small universities try t
legislate against the big universities
What will happen? We will hav
a Big Five in the west.
C ET~lINvG [II) OF TIlE CONFER-
EN C0.
You think the Conference unduy
meddlesome, and we agree with you
in the main.
But in 1906 the Conference was jus-
tified. You think we cal get alon~
without it. Now, after we have been
educated'up to the "traditions" of the
east. We agree with you heartily.
But remember that the Conference
has lived upon the opposition that
Mtlchigan as offered her. It has
served to knit the Conference into a
compact, sea worthy organization. Sc
we have the Conference to reckon
with, as a living, working o~ganiza-
tion.
it alone stands between Michigan
and the competition that is hers by
nature.
How shall we get rid of it? Opposi-
tion has failed. Why not try to get
into the Conference and there present
our wishes and there work for a re-
striction of the central government of
the Conference?
The quiet sun is frequently' more ef-
fective, than the blustering wind.
Lit Grads of Last Ye r Hold H eIanon
More than 150 members of the 1 3
lit class gathered in Barbour gyna-
sium last night for the first reunion
party. The young alumni lived up to
the demand of blood curdling invita-
tions which were sent out and made
-merry dancing, followed by eats.

The annual novuice(,cefo)r the Cross
country club is fsceduled to be run
at 10:00 o'clock this morning over
a four-mile course. Al min, who
have not run in a cross country race
are eligible for competition. A cup
wili be given to tihe wininer of the
race,(, while the first three nien to fin-
ish will receive t(.'.('.:: s. .A large
turnout of novices is e(xpeci ed as the
race will deoterineli, in a ilarge mea-,s-
ure, the handi(!caps t o be gi'. en inlthe
handicap ra e wh 1will (wo,,elate
ini the season and serIve as a tial for
the cross (oi try tearn.
LINCOLN PRO AIO
-Mr. lienjamiin (Chapin.,o New York.
'Iltorkailaed a large ~ne at thie
P resbyt erian ( ilt rklas ihti i
ipersonat~i oofLincolni. Crh(apin
looks much as Lincoln (li. To itbis
natura..l rese mblance he adsin ini-
:en'ious makII-0 11)andpo. .ssa 21 oic.e
similar to ithe originl ebaact .
wvas announced°lastnighttha M
'.ilpin's progranm -will beld at i(11l? -
crsity hall tomorrow mornina:t : (0
Ye lock ins~tead~ of in 3-fill aui. torium.
((Con tinued from pag 1.)
the Conference unde r any con(l itions.',
%fier-s o of .1i', ege
Yes : Irene A. Jgak, 1i~lii' aAnider-
son1,iMa rg'a ret Foote, andl H micra Fog -
Ofi vof Y. ' C, .
V&'s : Marguci'ite Ha toii, I ir 1>fi'
alke, I telle H1ooler, aadule
.Moore.

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EVERYMA
In Three Acts
Benefit For
ARCO Woman's Club
One Night Only
Monday, Nov. 3
Special Attractions
U, of M Moving Pictures
S80 Youriself in the Movies

Garrick Theater
DETROIT, IUC IlGAN
Triumph Under Two Flags
1-1PJEN WARE],,as Mary Turner in
Within the Law"
WASHINGTON THEATR
JULIA HERNE
IN
A WOMAN'S WAY"

Lois e ir .
Over 1liertyy Bacber shwp
j ?very Suit or 0Overcoat turned out
of our shop represents the best
both in xmaterial a; d
workmanship.
CLEANING AND REPAIRING* NEATLY DONE

Three Day's Only
Ihursday, Friday, Saturday
Oct, 30-31, Nov, I
Minees: Friday-Saturday, 3 P. M.
MAORT SINGER'S
AMUSICAL GIRL SHOW'
35 - PEOPLE - 35
By
Houghi and Adams
Production Intact
Prices
first 13 Bows Orcheslra . 5c
Balance Orchestra - 35c
1st Four Bevis Balcony - 35c
Balance Balcony - 25c
Seats Tuesday 10 A. Mf.

Tuesday
Wednesday

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All kinlds of fem. fcy Iee Creams far Parties
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/VILLIAM E. DJETERLEI

Adelphi-Yes 14, No0 4.
Alpha Nu---Y es 10, No 10.
\Veste---Noquorumn.
Jeffersoniani--Pase d P a otionl
fao'of an immdiate reurn-i to

tial facts of history have been distort-
Al in ordler to instill so-called pa-
.riotism in the child. Such patriotism,
as long as it conflicts with world citi-
zenship, must be abl)ished. Morality,
tUld not material intcrest,-,, should de-
termine the policy of: the, United
States.

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31('IIJAN AND) QRAN(WMEIN
ANNUAL ('LASI.

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FORMIFRLY THlE VARSITY TAILOR OF ANN ARBOR

yes to annioun ce that he heas openedi a tailoiing establish-
till Detrbit at

94 WEST (FORT STREET
With a Complete Line of
BRITISH AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS

Special attention giveni to miy College trade. The same prices
with Better Satisfactiou ndl Better Workmnanship.

DIE FERLE--VARSITY TAILOR

CO1ifMWNIATIONS one ConfPerence uiversity that is
Jicehigan's equal in all-around athlet-
(Continued from page 1.) iscs, I will gladly vote for a return to
iesota. the Conference. Figures don't lie, If
le, Princeton, and Harvard form- any fair-minded reader of The Michi-
constituted an athletic aristocra-1 gan Daily will consult Spaulding's

NO1':I'AIE3 E PA B R
(Continued from page 1.)
gan" mnade a strong plea for higher
etfficcy ill the schools.
"Students should learn what is
meant by real scholarship,"' he said.
"Who ever heard of 60 per cent or 75
ncr cent efliciency in the business
world? The work: ordinarily covered
in fouir years could, by diligent study.
Zw r( duced to two. Schools should be
conducted twelve months of every year
and six days of every week. igfht
scho001s should be opzlled by the state
inl evycivy, in order that the old a:;
well as thle young niight be educrated."
"Americas g4a t e st achiev-,e ment."
said lMr. J. A. McDonald, editor, of the
Toronto Globe, "lies in its:hing a
boundary line 4,000) miles long, with-
out a sentinel to guard it, and secured
only by civili zaticn. The United Stat-
es and Canada~ two na.tional units
and shall remain such, but tho people
aro one.
In speakillg of tho dut~y of the
schools, ho said:
"!n childhIood' we were lpoisoned by
the 1)011 tlin calledlolt.Esn

(Continued from page 1.)
is expectedl to do all the punting.
rThe greatest crowvd of the season
will be on hand this afternoon when
the opening whlistle blows at 2:00
Yclock for the first kick-off. Extra
')leachers have been placed at the!
wNest end of the field to accommodate
ny possible overflow. T~he presence
in Ann Arbor of nearly 5,000 Mlichigan
=drool teachers promiise s an unusuaal-.
'y large attendance.
Lineup for today's game,
11h0ligalSyracuse
[ichtner........ ......Slfeldt
Musser........L.T . .Hilfinger (C)
Tfraphag :-en......C .G. .Armstrong,
L.G........White
Paterson (C) ..C........ Sm ithson
Ulmnendinge r.. . R........McIEliot
P'ontis...... ..tt.T. .........Prop,,
Lyons.........R.E .Travis, IFarber
Hughitt.........Q.11........Seymioutr
Craig. ,....................Forsyth
L-H.. ......John son r
Ialt............1R.11. .........Castle
<uinnx......... F.B. .......... Rose
leferee, Anthony Haines, Yale.
t mpire, Louie Ilinkey, Yale.
1-l ad Linesman, L, 13. Lynch, Brown.

HE APLE
Down Town on main street
iFeature JPictures
"The Adopted
rother"
""A Doll for the
Baby"
Admission -5 Cents
Get your1-Michigan? Daily souvenir
c;oventinexratoday.
A. tSoufE :i!{41d_ irmt''i.'tr ics oi s .'

cy. Now by virtue of acknowledged
strength in all branches of; athletics
Pennsylvania, Cornell, and Michigan
may wvell claim to constitute an equal-
ly formidable combination.
W1e are recognized nationally. Our
"track teams for example, ranking un-
questionably above such universities
as Harvyard, Yale, Princeton and Dart-
mouth. And we have accomplished__
this in six years since leaving the
Conference. Why jeopardize such re-'
lations and such prestige by a return
to the yoke of Conference domination
and non-liberal athletic regulations.
(Signed)
ROSCOE B. HUSTON, '02-'04L.
""SI" HUSTON, '03D.

football guide for 1913 he will get an
accurate statement of our football
record in competition with Chicago,
Cornell, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.
Michigan has played Chicago 14r
times and won 9 timges. Michigan has
scored 199 points against Chicago's 92
points. Michigan has played. Cornell
10 titmes and won twice. Total points
-Cornell 247, Michigan 59. Michigan
has played Wisconsin 7 games and
"won, 5 of them. Total points--Mich-
igan 95, Wisconsin 57. Michigan has
played Pennsylvania S times. Penn-
sylvania has won 5 timhes, lost twicel
and' tied once.'T'otal points-Penn-
sylvania 105, Michigan 54.
If we are seeking improvemient
where we can get it? By competition
with our iferiors or by competition
with our equals? The Western Con-

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