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The Michigan Daily, 1913-11-22

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THE M~ ICHIGAN DAI.LY.

L U.
SING
'AILORS

This Week

to you the
suit possible
iitable price.
p the best.
)wilt to fit.
woolens of
ality. The
mnent in the

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A fancy box of initial
stationery with your
initials In guid.

25c

BI

Former price 40c

witlD Co.'
. State St.
UNITED (LINES
OR TIME TABLE
ss Cars for Detroit-7:to
to 6:xo p. mn., also 8:1o
Oit-5 :4n a. In., 6 :o6 a. In.,
)urs to 6:o6 P. IM., 7:06 p.
:Io p. in., and 10:45 P. im.
r, 11:15 P. 132, 1~2:15 P. nI.
a. In.
Jackson--7 :46 a. in. andl
0 7:46 p. mn.
101-5:12 a. in., 6:5T a. in.,
urs to 6:51 p. in., also 9:20
COX SONS &~ VINING
12 Madison Ave., NEW YORK
AI KE51tS OF
CAPS, GOWNS & HOOS
For All Degrees
LMay bp Orderedl from
MACK &CO.
AND MECHANICS DANK
5 South Mailn Street'

#I
SHEEIIAN & C.
' STFUDENTS' BOOKSTORE
wasla
many. a
m a n
b o u ght Yo'iPicedTags
jhigh-priced tailoring~
and thought himself w01l
dressed. Nowadaye th6 ma n
who wears 'Ed. V. Price &'
Co. tailoring is the best'
I dressed man in the world. You'll
surely see your favorite among our
500 handsome woolens.
1i __________ _____________

THEI~ MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newsp aper' at the University of Mich-
igan.
P'ublished every morning except Mlonday dur-
ing the university year.
Jntered at the postoffice at Ann arbor, Mtich-
igan under Act of Congress of March 3,
1879.
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building.
Stibscription Price: By carrier, $2.50; by
mail $3.00.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy ; University Pharmacy;
C. H. Davis. Cor. Packard
and State.
Phone: .Bell, 96o.
Maur ice Toulme......Managing Editor
A dna Johnson........... Business Manager
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22,, 1913.
Night Editor--Y. F. Jabin Hsu.
YOUR CHOICE.
At least one student has been found
guilty of red handed participation7 in
the ;recent riots and will be punished.
Our heads must rule our hearts in
this matter, Michigan's present aind
M'ichigan's future good name demanmds
it. We havel the choice of siding with
a stu>dent in temporary disgrace, self
inflicted, or with Michigan, our uni-
versity, and all that it stands for.
Michigan must show the world that
these step children are not to be tol-
erated; she must show the other step
children that rioting will not ;be tol-
erated.
We must sit close on this mnatter,
think hard, prove guilt and then pun-
ish, according to Michigan's demands.
No one individual or set of individuals,
can be allowed to retard or to be-
smirch Michigan.

THE NEW' COLLARt

W

A R's

ILONG ON GOOD POINTS
by the tmakers of.
ITROY'S BEST PRODUCT
LAIRD'S MODERN REPAIR SHOP
The Shop an the way
down town.
214 East Washington Street
1 Ic i 1A) DRXMli ,
Eva 'aitgu,,:ay ;ard Conmpaniy,
TIhe f * turn of EFvt a-anguny's per-
form~anca( ,:;t the Whlitney ~theatre
Monday, Novembr,24, will be a pre-
tentious 'version of "Sailome." As dis-
tinguished a critic as A'shton Stevens
(ails Miss Tariguayst ance,-a re'mark-
able achievement, .;ulcrior fo anly oth-
er interpretation 0f the ,famouc~s libli-
cal subject. Johnny Pordl, the )Cele-
bratedd(ancer, will be chief ini the
star's support. The matinee perf'orml-
ance has been announced to star1t at
3: 00 o'clock.
o I n , t> r r 310 1F fu At a meetig of the head s of th1 5 1 )
approved leagiue lhouses, yestercl y,
rule; rc , ulating study hours, fnumfber
of social events, and othelr activities
were d~S1;iscse. A move('men'lt is on
foot to obtain geneiralintrs in this
reg;ard among thl e L eu nd soroity
Regjiitra;r A. C. i-tall i ow prepar-
ing a set of scholarshlip ardefofcr the
league houses, in orde~r lthatthey,'aw

asket Ball Compes Ne.

L ;-

UNIVERSIIY BOOKSTORES

Boys we are making. a specially of a full dress suit at
$35.00. Owing to the fact that w~e bought 3(0 yards of a
veryr fine dress suilitig, has enabled us to give yt 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 ini and examine the coat we have made up, then'
place your order now.
A telephee call will bring us to your house with 'a
sample of cur work if you 'find you are too bus y to calli.
300 yards will not last forever-..place your oirder at once.
Suits to order at popular prices
$17,50 tw$5.00'
The Quality Tailors
DER
209 E. Liberty St.
Raincoats, Mackinaws,
w and Shirts to Order
speciakIl A fgelts For
ails Fork Dipped Chocolates
Maide ini hIii l , f htiarv falctory ,, in the orld. Thre best c'-nld es
ter I;ixevr.re l andlit'I, VAN 1010IiN'S PH-AAIMA, 703 Packard _°A.

Are you going to play the game's
We heve just received a fuil supply of
BASKET BALL EQUIPMENT
GYM GOODS OF ALL KINDS AT

GUILT.

00,000,

The fact that only a few of aWgan g
of rioters are apprehended, can be
no excuse for mitigating the p~unish-
ment of the few. The. ideal} is always
to punish all the guilty, but human
lawy can only punish those who can
be caught and proved guilty, The
guilt of the few remains, despite the
escape of some.
It would be unfair to society. to par-
don the guilty few, simply because all,
the guilty cannot be punished. j
H U M ANs.
The Michigan Daily refuses to be-

tg I I$69,0001

f

r,.

oPlace to Gofor L U'llob
Our Moring Lunch Before that 8 o'clock
We Promise the BEST CUP OF COFFEE
in Ann Arbor
rgy RET TYPERITERS
YRNTWe have the Oliver agency. We sell on
or cash. Call in and see us and save mon*
We repair fountain pens and drawing: in-
rnents.
NG F, SCHLEEDE, 340 S. STATE STRE E'T

lieve that the faculty is, a bunch of TiN- xwell as the sororitie-, imay
rates,_ out to get the student, pout to tern of authorize,] report~s
rule the student into the ground or work duringr the ve i'.

?1 << a2 sys-
enl college'

IwAawgummum"

YX AJ 1. ll, 42 tl 11.4.1b l.Al ti 41.41 I

The, Chxse

break. his neck. We believe that this***
faculty is comiposed of humans, with bishop Charles 1). ',W ilims ioflDe-
rea-l first names; like ourselves, theyI troit will address univer sity women
smloke, they eat, they dance and they in Newberry hallSna ftranat
have soue-considerable common 4:30 o'clock. Bishop Willi ie ~iharcgnzdepet ckWI ~ fth l as dm
ness on some brainy division of oede- paestathv eni n
cation. Arbor.
They are older than we, they are * *
brainier and they have none of the The net reeipts of thie auct ion }ale
irresponsibility of some students, for conducted by the Women's leag-ewa.
if they did they would not hold a job dleiethtrauy Dncgan
a<((( otetesr.undecr t~he Michigan Regents. Now, it. refr ;hments followed the (15 of
seems that this equipment,' would beth ae
a fairly good recommendation for pos-* *
sessing common sense. IThe ~org-anizing of ,anecattot i rti
But more of this later. club for women. is bleing ('onsiI-r I by
__________ - the students and -facul-y of th eluca
STUDEN'I.S' DIRECTORY. ionldprtei Y1-ni
The 1913 StimIents' Directory is the sus of senior women, in the dpa)rt-
best that Michigan has had for sever- , ntn will be. taken to find ourthei en-
al years, from several viewvpoints. In tinment on the prtoject. Th'le-club will
point of time it was put in ouriands be organized on t'- sa ?llaps as thte
2+6 days ahead of the schedule set by educational club fcor me, having an
the staff of the year before. In point of instructive, as viell as soci;al aim.
convenience, the streets, the classes,- - --- -
the names it is just as many marks Purchases that make your room
athead. We are actually able to rec- comfortable and attractive are good
ognize ourselves and find others. investments. Chairs, Tables at Mar-
It is a real directory. tin H-aller's. 47

E
K

209- 8oxith Stte eStreet

Gives clean, -wholesome board at $4.25
C.C. Fir-eemi.0'. ,Pr-opr ictor

i

JRCHFIELD &

CO.

FINE TAILORING TIRADE

We can and do give you the limit of excell-
:e in, 'Tailoring, this issue, with ai complete
e of up-to-date woolens, 'Makes us the leaders
our line.
Respectfully,
Sam Burchfield& Co.
IAY ol l tr "S "ETE

THE
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Suits aild O9oats, Made to Fit
From $20,00 to $4,5,00

ie arstyToger Shp"
SeV r 1107 S. University Avenue.I

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