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to you the
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plete line of pen-
nants and banners.
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
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,
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $2.50; by
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy; University Pharmacy;
C. H. Davis. Cor. Packard
Phone: Bell, 960.
Maurice Toulme..........Managing Editor
Adna Johnson............. Business Manager
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News Editor Sporting Editor
1. Beach Carpenter Gordon Eldredge
Assistant: to Manager
[.eonard Weser....... Intercollegiate Editor
-Hobert 'Iannalhill-........ Music and Drama
Carhim Jenks Bernus Kline
Y. F. J. Hsn Chester Lang
F. F. McKinney H. C. Rummel
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherwood Field J1 arry Johnson
Myron Watkins F. G. Millrd
Arthur u. 'orrey war R. Carpenter
Russel A. Runvan
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1913.
Night Editor-Bernus E. Kline.
'here will be a mieeting of the bus-
iness staff and tryouts at 4:00 p. in.
this afternoon. Very important.
Meeting of Cub's Club at 4:30 this
WE WISH IT WERE TRUE.
The Michigan Daily ran a story yes-
terday morning to the effect that Earl
Moore had written a song on the cam-
pus phimes. Subsequent investigation
has proved the story to be without
An exuberant reporter conceived
the idea, he thought such a thing
worthy and he chose Mr. Moore as the
most competent to perform the ser-
vice. Only, we wish that it had not
been a "story," that it hadtnot reached
our news columns by some inexplica-
A mistake once made can hardly be
corrected. We can only insure a rem-
edy for the future. The reporter has
been indefinitely suspended from the
staff. In the meantime, we can only
increase our carefulness and thus win
back your confidence, which for the
time being has been imposed upon.
But the reporter did have a good
idea; he did choose the right person.'
We wonder if anything will come of it.
THE FINAL POW-WOW.
For the last time this year, the
Michigan rooters will gather on Fri
day night to practice Michigan yells.
It will be the last pow-wow of the
Speakers, especially primed for the
occasion, especially precious to Michi-
gan, will be on hand with spicy, ten
minute talks. Never will these Michi-
ganders plead before an audience more
eager, more sympathetic or enthusi-
These are hard times for Bush Tail.
Hunger drives him out upon the snow
clad ground, where sustenance is
scarce and difficult to secure. The
northerly winds, prematurely cold,
L ONG ON GOOD POINTS
by the makers of
TROT'S 1508T PRODUCT
LAIRD'S MODERN REPAIR SHOP
The Shop on the way
214 East Washington Street
drive him back to his nest, chilled to
the marrow, his hunger still unsatis-
Seldom does a winter season pass,
that serious inroads are not made in
the ranks of our campus friends. The
sufferings of the squirrels are doubly.
cruel, because we who cause them, do
All of us are deeply solicitous of
their welfare. But we are a little
careless, we are prone to leave them
to the care of others. Everybody's bus-
iness is nobody's. And so the horrible,
useless slaughter goes on.
Some day, some person or some or-
ganization, will undertake to care for
our campus pets. When that time
comes, when someone becomes person-
ally responsible, we will no longer
see them, starved and neglected.
The person, .who conceived the idea
of a freshman tradition committee, ap-
pointed from the freshman class itself,
has a long head.
The conimittee has a big job on its
hands. If successful. the results ob-
tained will be worthy of the gargan-
tuan effort. The entire campus will
watch the work of this committee
with the greatest interest.
THUNDER AND LIGHTNING.
W ..have not yet heard the new
Hawaiian battle cry. If we are to
learn it at all, we must make a start
on Friday light.
Rumor has it that it is a wild, savage
slogan. We will need just such a yell
on Saturday. The team will need it,
and we will need some outlet, some
big outlet, for our pent up enthusiasm.
Those, who know, say that this new
battle cry will fill all these needs.
FOOTBALL GAIRGOYLE TRYS TO
SOLVE CONFERENCE QUESTION
' Why did Michigan vote "No" on the.
conference question? This is the puz-
zle which the Gargoyle has undertak-
en to solve for its readers, in the num-
ber to appear next Saturday morning.
Not content with challenging the di-
verse opinions on this subject, the Gar-
goyle will cast the gauntlet at the
feet of the student council, by throw-
ing the spot light upon the obscure
intricacies of council proceedings.
The added feature of a new initial
series by E. Maguire, '16, will begin
in the coming football number and
I continue in the following issues.
Boys we are making a specialty 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 yi u 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
$1',50 t0 $25.00
The Quality Tailors
E. C. FLANDER S
209 E. Liberty St.
and Shirts to Order
Special Agents For
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Made in the most sanitary factory in the world. The best ca rdie .
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ur Morning Lunch Before that 8 o'clock
Ve Promise the BEST CUP OF COFFEE
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HY RENT TYPEWRITERS?
We have the Oliver agency. We sell on
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We repair fountain pens and drawing in-
VG F. SCHLEEDE, 340S. STATE STREET
Call Taxi 1550
Parties a Specialty
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