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N. WILD co.
THE LEADING
IRCHANT TAILORS
We offer to you the
t tailored suit possible
he most suitable price.
>rkmanship the best.
:ry suit built to fit.
r stock of woolens of
highest quality. The
;est assortment in the
to select from.
31 S. State St.

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Special
This Week
A fancy box of Initial
stationery with your
initials in gold.

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25c

Former price 40c

OIT UNITED LINES
N ARBOR TIME TABLE
d Express Cars for Detroit-7:ro
d hourly to 6:io p. m., also 8:ro
for Detroit-S: 40 a. i., 6:o6 a. m.
y two hours to 6:o6 P. in., 7:o6 p.
P. mf., 9:10 p. in., and 10:45 p. TO.
anti only, 11 :15 p. m., 12:15 p. m-
in., i:o a. n.
ars fortJackson-7:46 a: m. and
ohours to 7:46 p. mn.
for Jackson-5:12 a. m., 6:5z a. mi.,
y two hours to 6:51 p. m., also 9:20
:15 p. in.

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STUDEN'TS'BOOKSTORE
A suit that is correctly
designed for you and ar-
tistically tailored will cost
about the same as those
that are not, and "men
who know" say they are the
most economical to buy.
Leave your measure today..
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
igan.
Published every morning excepteMonday 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, $z.5o; by
mail $3.00.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy; University Pharmacy ;
C. ". Davis. Cor. Packard
and State.
Phone: Bell, 960.
Maurice Toulme ..........Managing Editor
Adna Johnson............"Business Manager
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1913.
Night Editor--Chester I. Lang.
THE PALLBEARERS.
The Michigan Daily has been a
pallbearer. We have played a most im-
portant part in burying that conten-
tious party known as the Conference
discussion.
For years, he has rankled us, for
years we have itched to see him set-
tied for, for all time to come. Since
back in 1905 he has haunted us, divid-
ed us, excited us and occupied us. So
in this year 1913, we got after him,
we cornered, him and we saw him
done for.
Now, we have the future before us, a
clear sky ahead. We can give our at-
tention to bigger things than athletic
squabbles, better things -than disa-
greeable contentions.
GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP.
Our intercollegiate athletic relations
are to a great extent at the mercy of
the representatives of the metropoli-
tan press: In general, there is fair-
ness. It is seldom that the represen-
tative of the big newspaper has any
loyalty to misguide him, in discussing
the relative merits of two teams or
the relative merits of the two contest-

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LONG ON GOOD POINT S
by the rr akers of
TROY'S BEST PRODVCT
LAIRD'S MODERN REPAIR SHOP
The Shop on the way
down town.
214 East Washington Street
in 1911 and in 1913, for the Philadel-
phia Press. If so Michigan need not
make any attempt to investigate the
reports of 1911. Michigan will know
that the reports of 1911 can be judged
by the reports of 1913.
WILL-0-THE-WISP.
"What is student cpinion?" asked a
jesting philosopher, and. then "beat
it."
Student opinion, we hesitate to at-
tempt it, or to tempt it. Student opin-
ion is the wind, an airy, vague sub-
stance; powerful, yet weak in its
greatest power. Powerful because it
attacks with a fury, a lashing uncon-
trollable fury. Weak in its greatest
strength, because it is easily misled,
easily perverted, shamefully imposed
upon.
Student opinion is nothing, nothing
because it exists in contemplation, yet

T HE N EW C O LLA R

UNIVERSHY BOOKSTORES
$15.00 AVED
Boys we are making a specialty of a full dress suit at
$35.00. Owing to the fact that we bought 3C0 yards of a
very fine dress suiting, has enabled us to give yf 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

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Basket Ball Comes Ne)
Are you going to play the game?
We hove just received a full suply of
BASKET BALL EQUIPMENT
GYM GOODS OF ALL KINDS AT

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COX SONS & VINING
72 Madison Ave., NEW YORK
MAKERS OF
CAPS, GOWNS & HOODS
For All Degrees
May be Ordered from
MACK & CO.

~$1. to $25.00

The Quality Tailors

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ERS AND MECHANICS BANK
03-105 South Main Street

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Capital, $100000

$69,000

Profits,

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4e Place toGo.for Lunch
y Our Morning Lunch Before that 8 o'clock
We Promise the BEST CUP OF COFFEE
in Ann' Arbor
WPY RENT YPEWRITERS?
We have the Oliver agency. We sell on
ne or cash. Call in and see us and save non.
We repair fountain pens and drawing in-
uments.
VING F. SCHLEEDE, 340 S. STATE STRI ET

ing universities, it cannot be contemplated. One min-
But there are exceptions, and in our ute it is here, the next there, the third,
relations with Pennsylvania the ex- where?
ception has proven the rule. Two years
ago, the Philadelphia papers made
much ado about the rowdyism of the 'AMPUS IN BRIEF
Michigan rooters toward the eastern
visitors. Yellow stories, reeking with -Tickets for the Union memnbership
the spleen of a dirty code, appeared, dance on Saturday night, will be plac-
telling of cowardly attacks on our ed on sale this afternoon, at 5:00
Pennsylvania rivals. Arm bands were o'clock, at the desk. The committee in
torn from the followers of the Red charge consists of Carroll Mills, '14,
and Blue, the bunting on the special chairman, Sidney Steen, '16E, E. S.
train was ripped off and trodden ixi Bigelow, '16E, George McMahon, '16,
the sod and vicious attacks were made and C. H. Lang, '15.
upon Michigan's guests. Michigan --Fresh laws will get together for the
won in 1911. first smoker of the year, 'at the Mich-
The charges were made. No one at igan Union at 7:00 o'clock tonight.
Michigan seemed to know anything! Professor Joseph H. Drake, and other
about their authenticity. None of the members of the law faculty will .speak.

E. C. FLANDERS
209 E. Liberty St.
Raincoats Mackinaws,
and Shirts to Order
Special Agenits For
I ils Fork Dipped Chocolates
Made in the most sanitary factory in the worl(l. The best can dies
we have ever handled.' VAN DOREN'S PHA PMAGY, 703 Packard St.

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other papers knew anything about
them. The Philadelphia papers did,
however.
Then in 1912 Pennsylvania won a
glorious victory. The Michigan stu-
dent council Immediately' sent for-
ward a congratulatory message to the
Pennsylvania students.
And now in 1913, Michigan won
again and in 1913 the Philadelphia
Press carries another story. Again
the Michigan rooters continually
mocked and insulted the Quaker team
and Quaker rooters. Chester Minds
failed to show his usual form and ev-
erywhere in the Michigan stands there
was a roar to take him out. The
Pennsy rooters were not allowed to
cheer, the Pennsy team was roughed
after the game by the Michigan stu-
dents. We might go on interminably,
the Press did, but it is needless.
We would like to know if the same
representative appeared on Ferry field

Smokes and eats will be provided in
sufficient quantities.
-C. W. Cook, instructor in economic
geology, will speak on "A trip to the
Mesabi iron Range," before the open
meeting of the class in current liter-
ature at 7:30 o'clock tonight, in Rus-
sell seminary room of the museum.
-Roy Cerney,'16L, who has been con.
fined in the University hospital for
ten days, following an injury to his
ankle in the Alma-Fresh game, was
able to leave yesterday.
-Class bowling teams composed of
five men will open the annual bowling
tournament at Huston's at 7:15 o'clock
this evening.
--"The Revelaiion of God Through
Nature," is the subject of Prof. Thom-
as M. Iden's lecture, in the Bible Chair
building at 6:30 o'clock tonight. The
series of after dinner classes will be
conducted every Tuesday and Thurs-
day evening at the same hour.

Gives clean, wholesome board at $4.25
per week. Smfe drinking water.
C. C. Freeman, Proprietor

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FINE TAILORING TRADE

We can and do give you the limit of excell-
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e of up-to-date woolens, makes us the leaders
our line.
Respectfully,
Sam BurchfielA & Co.

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1107 S. University Avenue.

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