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U;

IT TAILORS

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W1e offer to you the
tailored suit possible
he most suitable price.
rkmanship the best.
ry suit built to fit.
stock of woolens of
highest quality. The,
est assortment in the
to select from.
.W O311 S. State St.
MIT UNITED LINES
IN ARBOR TIME TABLE
and Express Cars for Detroit--7 :zo
nid hourly to 6:io p. in., also S:io
sfor Detroit-5 coo a. mn., 6 :o6 a. In.,
y two hours to 6:o6 p. InI., 7:o6 P.
i . .,g io . .,and 1045 p. rM.
in., s3:00 Ra. i.
ars for Jackson-7 :46 a. Im. and
,o hours to 7:46 p. m.
for Jackson-s :12 a. In., 6151 a. n.,
°y two hours to 6:51 p. III., also 9:2o
1:15 p. iM.
Cox SONS & VINING
72 Madison Ave., NEW YORK
MARIUS ,OF
CAPS, GOWNS & HOODS
For All Degrees
May be Ordered from
MACK & CO.
IMEJIS AND MECHANICS BANK.
.103-105 South Main Street

Foot Ball
GOODS
Shoulder Guardp,' $4.00
Foot Ball Pants, $L60O
Shoes - $3.6
Head Gears, $2, 00-.$4.10,
Foot Balls,__$1 .d$f0
GYM SUPPLIES
A +Complete Outfit for
$2.25
S HEE HAN &c 'O#

THE MICHIGAN DAILY lessly butchered b)y tllilli<; \windsr
From ther north.
Official newcspaper at the University of llich - Hev wolnipmtu ufer
igan. anld oiled bro4ans hatve been r turnedi
Publishzed every morning except Monday dur- fo trg nase otedsrs
ing thie university year. signals. IEv erywhe1.>re are telli'g ins
Entered at thie ostoflice at Ann Arbor, Micha- that bespeak Ltle sovereignmty 01 w in-
igan under A'ct, of Congress of Marcih 3, ter.
r 879"
C~fice An Aror res Buldig.And the toque, the tuethat is so
ftrlAnrrisn Arbor Press....... Building. ~ nfy .,rm:tTl S' ,1 c fl flf Af

YOU WillA
Need
for the big gamne. WiNe
S;WEATERS,r

carry the best line of AT
u00 anld S7.50 etch

Ll

STUDENTS' BOOK T ORE

a LJsciion 1 tice: By carrier, $2.5o ; by
mail $, .oo.
NWant Ad Stations: Press Building; Q3uarry's
lharmac ;Unvesiy lPharmnacy;
C..dDvis. Cor. Packard
and State.
Phone: Bell, 960.
Maurice Toulie ..........Managing 1Editor
Adna Johnson............. Business Manager
News Editor Sporting Editor
11. Beach Carpenter Gordon IEldredge
Assistant to Manager
Fred Foulk.
F. Mi. Church ..... .Assistant Sporting Editor
Leonard R~ieser ........Intercollegiate Editor
.Robert Taiinaiil. ........ Music and lBranita
Harold Abbott........... .... Cartoonist
NIGHT EDITORS
Leo Burnett
REPORTERS
Carh~i Jenks Bernus Kline
1 , F. J. Hsu Chester Lang
F.F. IRlcKinucy Im. C. Runitnel
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherwood Field Harry Johnson
John tLeonard
BUSINESS STAFF
Myron Watkins r. G. -Millard
Arthur 11. Torr;.y%% . iR. Carpenter
Itu~el .A. Run}=an
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1913..
Night Editor--Henry C. Rummel.
3Peetintg of the reportorial staff and
tr,)outs .iilit' he ~itoriall otlices tPIN af.
telft-ioiiiii t4:311 o'clock,. Edlitorial
-wr;t ers flmeet at i):00)o'clock.

that alone, of all headgears, can keep
its seat in the face of w indy opposi-
tion? The toque that mruffles the ears
Iso completely and bids defl ance to
frost? The class toques are idividu-
al of Michigan; practically, they are -
cheap, durable and comfortable.

UNIVER SEY BOOKSTORES

"OF iNTUEREST TO WOMEFN.
* Edlited by Stylus.

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H E 6'i!m¢da'ee r k' s4v -
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Banniers, P'enniants, Aim Banid, E!tc. Souveneirs
of all kinds, at

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That the collegiate bureau of occu-
pa tions in Chicago, is now ready to do
for college women in the middle west,
what similar bur(,au;s in NewYork and
Philadelphia hatve already beguni in the
east, is an announcement which will
be of interest to many college women.
Graduates of Vassar, Wellesley', .and
other Pastern colleges, as well as the
great western universities are working'
out a bureau ef employment to whinIh
young women of collegiate training
may ap~ply for voca tions other than
teaching. Secretarial p~ositions, man-
agerships of women's clubs, all situa-
tions, in fact, where there is need of
women of culture and education, may
be obtained th rough this butrear. Those
interested may obtain the exact ad-
dress from Mrs. Jordan.
A committee has been appointed,

I recommend Ed.V. Price &
Co. There are none betterj
fit; ,j 4

"'WE WANT PREXY."

$100,000,

',$69,0001

....

10 Place to Go for Lunch'

i

* 'usy je/
Our Morning Lunch Before that 8 o'clock
We Promise the BEST~ CUP OF COFFEE
in Ann Arbor

Frankly, we would like to see lres- consisting of Jessie Cameront, repre-
4dent Hutchins occupy a position on; senting the independent wom- en, a-ind
the mass meeting program Friday Genevieve Riggs, representing the sor-
night. orities, to cooperate' with thie comumit-
On its face the suggestion is rather tee on faculty teas in woringl out a
startling. Nothing of the kind has oc- plan at. home for college wo:,eIn, to
curred within our memory at Michi- be held at the various sororitis and
gan. But at the present time we are league houses, during the college
wondering, even more than you are at year.
our suggestion, why it is not a custom, This is the world's week o1 prayer,
rather thant an unexpected suggestion. observed by the Young W omien's Chris-
Only last week President Lowell,. tian Association all over the world.
spoke before a Harvard 'mass meet- Services are being held every day this
ing. Several times during the year, week at 5:00 o'clock in Newberry hail.
our exchange papers have told of mass Each day the work of the association
meetings with presidential attendance. 'in a different country is considlered.
But our suggestion is not based up- Aill college women are earnestly t:rg-
on ai desire to ape others. We have a ed to attend.
deeper motive.I
M1ass meetings are held that we may MUIC 514 AM)l)RAMlA.
worship Michigan. Our loyalty cre--
ates an ideal for us, that ideal being a Trentini l0.11 is P'ostp)oned.
perfect Michigan. Is this worth while?~ The engagement of "The. Firefly,"
Yes, if any of the +finer appreciations with Mlle. Trentin)i at the Whitney the-
of this lack-a-daisical life are worth. atre, has been postponed from Mon-
while. day, November 17 to a date in Decem-
Michigan loyalty is as delicate as the. ber. This will be announced as soon
most delicate flower, a subtle, and as impending negotiations have been
tender' passion. As every other deep- completed.
seated feeling, it is easily perverted, )t1idamec Sans-tGene.
easily trapped or misled. Unless un- Today's performances, matinee and
derproer are ~.mas metin isnight, will mark the end of the en-
likely to become a mere lung exercis- gagement of "Madame Sans-Gene" in
er. W motion picture form, at the Majestic
The Michigan mass meeting has a theatre. This offering is notable for
nobler purpose, none can be nobler. the appearance of Madame 'Rejane, the
Then does it seem out of place to have ! famous French actress, who plays the
President Hutchins present? . Is not ' part of the heroine.
he, who has labored so successfully for - -- ___I-T
Michigan, and is so deeply respected RE-CORD HERALD PLACES TWO
by Michigan, the very person to blaze M MEN ON ALL-TIME ELEVEN.
the way for us?

Boys we are makirg a .specialty of a firlcircass suit at
$35.00. Owing to the fact thaat we bought 3(,0 yards cif a
very fine dress suiting, has cm-ablhd.us to pia c yc u a$5,0
dlress suit at a saving of $15.00.
We give you the very finest of wort' nanslii, fit and
style with a pure silk lining in bothr body anld slcevcs.
Come in and examine th~e coa--t Nve have made up, thecn
place your order now.
A telephone call will brng us to y'our hDeuse with a
sample of our work if you find you are too budy to cal.
300 yards will not last forever-place yo rrdter at once.
Suits to order at popular prices
$)1t7* to$25,600
The Quality Tailors
209 E. L..iberty St.
RaIncoats, CMackinaws,
and Shirts to Order
Made in the inost sanitarv facloiy in the wtoild. '!Ihe best calndic
we hav e er harndled. VAN DO~REN'S Pt1ARAAY, 703 P'ackard fit.
George Bischoff ~5i~sJaJ
Liberty znd Main Sts.
220 Chapin Sireet rPhone 809-L
Chioice cut flowers a--.d plants A Most ,Convenient Place for Your Banking
1 ,

By

T'he Best.

SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR

Fountain Pens "Guaranteed"
WE REPAIR ANY 'MAKE WHILE YOU WAIT
,HIGAN AND DEPARTMENT STATIONERY AND
ENVELOPES'
Ve Repalr Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Drawing Instruments
VING F. SCHLEEDE, '3405S. STATE STRI EST

GAS

uOOKING

For Fraternity and Club Houses

URCHFIELD

&

CO.

FINE TAILORING TRADE

SOMETHING WARM.I
The Nor'westers have descended
upon us with all the fury of elementalj
nature, with all the suddenness of the
terrorizing Persians. Our autumnal
complacency has been routed, ruth-

Michigan was accorded her due in
the selection of two of her stars on
an all-time football eleven selected
by the sporting staff, of the Chicago
Record Herald. Heston, captain of the
'04 team, was placed at left half-back,
and flenbrook, captain of the 1910
team at left guard.

Increases Cleanliness and Efficiency. Tlelephlone for our
Representative to call and give you expert advice for your Kitchen Equip-.
m en t.
astnw a or n

We can and do give you the limit of excell-
ence in Tailoring, this issue, with a complete
line of up-to-date woolens, makes us the leaders
in our line.
respectfully,
Sam Burchfield & Co.
HEAVY Roll Collar "SW EATERS

LAIRD'S MODERN REPAIR DHP
The Shop on the way 3
down town.
217 East Washington shreet
0k

M-m C OLLIA R

Fle illiner
at reasonable prices
721 East Huron
Across from High School
The Mrs, Rickey &EveIls

LO1NGON GIi~OOD POIl'ITs
by the rx kers of

In SPALDING and WEBBER Makes

MACKINAWS all Wool
GLOVES NECK WEAR

RAINCOATS
HOSIERY

Call I'aXI 15,50

Suits and 'Coats, Made to Fit
From $20.00- to $45.00

Parties a Specialty

Quick Service

The Varsity Toggery ShopI
1107 S. University Avenue.I

Ann Arbor Taxicab Co.

300 N. flain Street

ou may pay a little more for Pack's Portraits, but you will
satisfied with the tasteful artistic quality in them"

RANDAIL & PACK",

PHOTO GRAPIIER~

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