THlE MICHIGAN DAILY.
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most suitable price.
mnanship the best.
suit built to fit.
;tock of woolens of
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Ask to see ou r Special $1.50
I. P. NOTE-BOOKS
The Original I,oose-leaf. All kinds of
Students' Supplies at
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IT UNITED LINES
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r11 ULJRSDAY, OCTOBER: 2, 1913.
Ni iht !Editor-henry C. Ruminel.
The Michigan 1'Dly must apologize .
Nine hundlredl and niniety-nine stalwart
Mlichigant orbgan:iza los, with varying
degrees ofl firness, have demianded
spc.UnfortLunately there h aebeen
some dlisappointmenlts on bo.thi sides.
For our part, we have done our best.
At least we have beena able ,to restrain,
yet *please,, svi lverbose press>
ag-elltr. The1 ihi n Daily imust'
takea cap"s ide view point. Unle;s
your paicu~l'l~l'' la izition I nd'r-
,tak mth(" l: ing oC1f'geel(.ti- nte'rest,
yolf ( anniot exipfc t general recogni-
In the meanriit11me we aic(i-1)t serious-
ly the duty of le (asim': you all. With
proper co nsideLration from you, we
will su cct-I.
APPE-AL TO REASON.
P'ossibly thcre i s oiuICmisundler-
staInding"alilOlngsoplhoinoric cliques re-
gardiwug the S1t dent Council edict
aga;;int Lhazitig. Possibly these self
alppointed sopthomiore leaders hav e fail-
,ed togra1sp tile siition.
Thel(,ban lon. hazing w as, not imposed
primnarily by the faculty,. but by the
MIichliga2n stuident 1body, through lth1eir
re'presenta2tive's ilt the Council. Pubhic
oin~lion t Mlichliga n, and it imust rule
in1 studen'ft actlites,1h1S 'gone on rec-
ord l;ias oppoed to hazing-. Any one,
wvho dares 'ociety's laws" mu1st pay'
heatvy pe('nal~tes. There is grav~e dan-
ger of dl(tection and l ittle sympathy.
Bu.~rt1ihycatening rpun1ishme1(ntis a.
crude methO otlo reform. Possi1iyif
woul(l be lhettcr toprsn the rea1s-
onableness of thew Student Council's
edict. The I'nliversity olMischia n, as
at statle institution, is dir'ec1ty dependx
eit uponile(, stateaind its,,legisladture
for supplort. The. support that the ulni-
veri'Sty reeivs vrie s d(ir'c'tly wild
the s ervice thaitlthe university 1per-4
forms. l lazing crtinliant a 1pos-
itive activity. It is highly demoraliz-
ing to join ,a mob, a1 midtercover of
igll t Laack a strang1er". Miciganll's
nme afnld treputationlisjeprid
and injnretl ev ery time the peole of
the state rea d ol a ha2zinlg e(scapadce.
T'he S.tuden]t aCouncil Ihas dclared a:
ban oil night0 hazrin;, and in its plae
hlas substiiturc~ te' nly, daly tme
scrimage. Acow ard will haze, but
oily, a braive iman wiill take part in the
Wh'Iich class do you belong to?
Loose leaf note books at Wahr's.
Your namei upon tho cover without
r-xpense( to you. 1-10
Bt.' 51 sloesine and hiat cleaning,
next to W agner's. tf ,
URBANA, ILL., Oct. 1.-Students at
Illinois have now adopted' a uniform
class headgear. The freshmen wear
the little green cap as usual, the soph-
omnores a 1912 style of slouch hat, the
juniors a heavy worsted-cap with em-
broidered numerals,. and the seniors a
191.4 model felt hat.
MADISON, WIS., Oct. 1-Barnard
Nall, Wisconsin's new dormitory for
women has been opened for the first
time this fall. It accommodates 150
women and is considered a model of
U1 PANA, ILIL,, Oct. 1.-Registra-
tion at Illinois will probably reach
4,000 this year, exclusive of# the col-
leges of medicine, dentistry, and phar-
macy which are located at Chicago, the
figures for which are not yet available.
CA31VITS I'S BRIEF.
-After being seriously ill this sum-
mer with chronic asthma, Prof. F. W.
Taylor of the economics department is
now\ thoroughly convalescent and is
again assuming his active duties in
--Frank Pennell, '12, managing edi-
tor of The Michigan Daily last year,
has recenltly been appointed editor of
Thie Daily Era, of Bradford, Pennsyl-
-A crowd which filled the Y. M. C.
A. tent to capacity gathered Tuesday
might to hear Coach Yost and Coach
IRowe speak on Michigan athletics.
The "Hurry-up" man urged every
Michigan man to get into some type of
athletics and work hard. Coach Rowe
w as well received in his first speech to
Michigan students' as the director of
intramural athletics. He expressed
the hope that the coming year will see
many more students engaged in steady,
UNI VEwrriY 0'E' ES,
JIunior lit football candidates. fe-
po 1;r at the aithletic office at 7:00
oc.lock Friday evening.
There will be anl important meeting
of the Oratorical Board Monday after-
noon. October 6, at 4:*00 o'clock in tile
Reserved seats for the Norman
flackett performance will be on sale
at the Whitney Thursday morning.
Tickets, are also obtainable at Univer-
sity, ]tall, the Michigan Union, De Fries
Art Store, and -Mrs. Root's music store.
Tryouts for the editorial and busi-
ness staffs of the Michiganensian will
iiieet at the Michiganensian rooms in
the Press Building between 4:00 and
5:30 o'clock today.
\gook at our Michigan Scrap Books
before buying. Two sizes. Sheehan
& Co. tf
Drawing Instruments and
Loose-L.eaf Note Books of all sorts. Fountain Pens, etc., etc.
Make our stores your headquarters.
Withstanding Every Corn-
parison--Ours is the Best
Popular Priced Tailoring in
For all -Departments.
Seoond-Hand Booiks in great quantities.
W R' UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORES
We show none but thoroughly good dependa-
able fabrics---and the Fit, Style and Workman-
ship of our garments are guaranteed in every
The Olda Mission Shop
We can save you $10.00 to $15.C
Suit or Overcoat this fall. Step in
show you how we do it.
All garments fitted to you
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ALAPM CLOCKS AND) WATCHES
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Charcoal grilled porterhouse steaks
at IBessimer's grill, 113 West Huron1
St., upstairs. Phone 110. t
Ladies: get, your hair shampooed I
with rain water. Face and scalp treat-
mnent, manicure, at Mrs. J. R. Trojan-
owski, 1110 S. Univ. Phone 096-W. 1-12
Buy your Richler Drawing instru-
ments at Sheehan's. tf1
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p 703 Pakard Street
We Carry a' Fine Line of C
lin's Fountain F,
fronm $1.50 up. Come in and get
FINE TAILORINU TRADE
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We can and do give you the limit
in Tailoring, this issue, with a
I. P. Note Books with your name in
gold on cover at Sheehan's. tf
f up-to-date woolens, makes us the leaders
Sam Burchfield & Co.
"'This Is Freshman Week"g
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Surplus and Profits, .. $69,000
THE STATE SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock $50,000.00
Surplu~s and Profits $100,000.00
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Vice-Pres. President Cashier
so 0. COOPEL
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ie Varsity Toggery Shop
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