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THE LEADING
?RCHANT TAILORS
We offer to you the
: tailored suit possible
he most suitable price.
>rkmanship the best.
zry suit built to fit.
r stock of woolens of
highest quality. The
hest assortment in the
to select from.
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Special
This Week
A fancy Box of initial
stationery with your
Iitials in gold.

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
UNITARIAN CHURCH
Official'newspaper at the University of Mich- State cor. Huron'
igan.
Published every iborning except Monday dur-R. S. LORING, Minister
ing the university year. Morning Service at io:3o
*nte dt the nnc ffirn nt Ann AU,- Uf I.JCIP

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Basket Ball

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25c

III,

Former price 40c

SHEEIAN &4CO.

STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE

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W1IT UNITED LINES
NN ARBOR TIME TABLE
and Express Cars for Detroit-7 :10
and hourly to 6:io p. n., also 8:zo
rs for Detroit-5:40 a. m., 6:06 a. m.,
ery two hours to 6:06 p. m., 7:06 p.
6 p. mn., o:i0 p. in., and 1o:45 p. mn.
silanti ony, 1:15 p. M., 12:15 p. M.
Cars for Jackson-7:46 a. m. and
wo hours to 7:46 p. m.
rs for Jackson-5:12 a. in., 6:51 a. in.,
ery two hours to 6:51 p.in., also 9:20
11:15s p. in.

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MAKERS Oi
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For All Degreces
May be Ordered from
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STEP IN AND-SEE THE NEW BLUE
SOFT HATS JUST RECEIVED

rnerea at te postomece at Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan.under Act of Congress of March 3,
1879.
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building.
subscription Price: By carrier, $a2.5; by
mail $3.00.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy ; University Pharmacy ;
C. H. Davis. Cor. Packard
and State.
Phone: Bell, 960.
Maurice Toulme ..........Managing Editor
Adna Johnson ............. Business Manager
News Editor Sporting Editor
Li. Beach Carpenter Gordon Eldredge
Assistant to Manager
Fred Foulk.
Leonard RieserI.......intercollegiate Editor
Robert Tannahill .....Music and Drama
Harold Abbott ................. Cartoonist
NIGHT EDITORS
Leo Burnett
REPORTERS
Carl tn Jenks Beus Kline
Y. F. J. Hsu Chester Lang
T. F. McKinney H. C. Rummel
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherood Field Harry Johnson
John Leonard
BUSINESS STAFF
Myron Watkins F. G. Millard
Arthur H. Torreys A . R, Carpenter
Mussel A. Runyan
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1913.
Night Editor-F. F. McKinney.
THE STUDENT COUNCIL.a
The Michigan Daily is thoroughly
democratic in its ideals and principles.
We believe heartily in student self
government, and we will always cham-
pion the self government cause.
At the same time we realize that$
the price of student government is
eternal vigilance. Student government
means to us, government by all the
students. Some authority must be
delegated, but as far as possible each
and every student must be made to
feel his responsibility. Each and ev-
ery student must have the opportunity
to be intelligent on the issues of the
day.
For that reason, The Michigan Dai-
ly stands opposed to executive ses-
sions by the student council. For that
reason, The Daily criticised the coun-
cil because of its stand on Friday
night.
On Tuesday night, The Daily will go;
before the council to state its position
and ask to have the executive ses-
sion motion taken off the books.

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Sermons on Browning
His Idea, of Man
YOUNG PEOPLES' SOCIETY
At 7:30
The City Ugly Campaign
SPEAKER
MR. J. L. RICHARDS

$15.00 SAVED

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Are you going to play the game?
We hove just received a full supdly of
BASKET BALL EQUIPMENT
GYM GOODS OF ALL KINDS AT

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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 y( 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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UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORES

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voters. Most of these are freshmen.
Very few first year men who vote in
a university election have any real
interest in seeing any one candidate
elected. They simply vote because
they are directed by their friends who
wish to see certain persons elected.
The difficulty would probably be
done away with to a great extent if
all the freshmen were eliminated from
these elections. They would then be
compelled to wait a year before vot-
ing and could study conditions. Dep-
rivation of the ballot for a year would
make the first year men appreciate
the, ballot more when they were en-
franchised.

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The Quality Tailors

ne S. W. Clarkson Harrison Soule
t Cashier V. President
' NATIONAL BANK
of Ann Arbor. Mich,
Capital $roo,ooo.
plus and Profits, $65,000.

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209 E. Liberty St.
Raincoats, Mackinaw,
and Shirts to Order

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THAT CHEST.

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J Place to Go forLunch
Busy B eel
)ur Morning Lunch Before that 8 o'clock
We Promise the BEST CUP OF COFFEE
in Ann Arbor

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FOR MICHIGAN.
Friday morning The Michigan Daily
started a series of articles on Michi-
gan and her greatness. Michigan is
a great university because she is sym-
metrical, great in education, great in
athletics, great in humanity, great in
numbers and great in spirit.
It is our purpose to show this many-
sided development in articles that are
to appear at regular intervals for the
next few months. We do not care to
say just how great Michigan is in
comparison with any particular uni-
versity. Rather it is our purpose to
show that Michigan is great, and com-
parisons are not only odious, but un-
necessary.
Suggestions from persons interested,
will be greatly appreciated. At best
we have many things to learn that
might be at your tongue's end.

At this season in the year begins
the danger period in the health of ev-
ery student. Now, if ever, thin chests
and spindling limbs need to be reen-
forced against disease.
Michigan offers to her hundreds of
health imperilled men the finest equip-
ment for physical salvation. That
gymnasium was built for you, Mr.
Spindleshanks. Those dumb-bells, Mr.
Thinchest, were not designed for
Olympic victors. They were purchased
as a necessity, and the necessity is
most obvious in many cases. -How-
ever much we may lag behind Euro-
pean universities in individual physi-
cal training, still we have the appa-
ratus if you are wise enough to use
it.
So don't let the chest sag! A hear-
ty vigor will mean more for you in fu-
ture life than all, the intellectual ad-
vantages of university training.
THREE BIG MEN.
In Dr. Theodore G. Soares, Edward
C. Mercer and Graham Taylor, the uni-
versity Y. M. C. A. has secured for
its Sunday meetings three of the most
effective reformers and speakers in
the country. Their message should be
particularly powerful when given to
audiences of university men who are
keenly alive to the problems these
men have dealt with.
Don't loaf on the street Sunday
night, after supper! Drop in at the
Majestic meeting and hear a vital mes-
sage from a big man.

WAI KING LOO
Come Up and Try
George's Chop Suey
Delicious Chinese and American Dishes.
341 South State StreE tPhose 1244-L
Request Mutual Wireless Tests.
H. S. Sheppard, University wireless
operator, has received communica-
tions from the wireless departments
of Pennsylvania State College, and the
University of St. Louis, inquiring as
to the feasibility of carrying on mu-
tual tests of apparatus, in connection
with the wireless research in those
schools. Michigan is already handling
tests with the University of North Da-
kota at Grand Forks, and will branch
out into the east and south accord-
ing to Sheppard. Penn State has an
experimental license similar to that
held by the local station.

Hot WateBtle

All Guaranteed

The Season Is R
for

Quarry Drug Co.
The Druggists on the Corner

IPure Drugs

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ells Fork Dipped Chocolates
Made in the most sanitary factory in the world. The best candies
we have ever handled. VAN DUREN'$ PHARMACY, 703 Packard St.

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Clothh OP
lothes that are Tailored Right
"That's the kind that we make." A call is solicited.

FRESHMEN.
The Michigan Daily believes that
one' reason for the general dissatis-
faction with elections in which the
whole university participates is that
there is such a mass of uneducated

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pital Stock $3$0,ooo Surplus $oo,oo0-
Resources $3,000,000
A General Banking Business Transacted
ficers: Chas. E. Hliscock. Pres., W. 1D.liar-
riman, Vice Pres., k .J. Fritz, Cashier
]Flowers
Cousins (;.Hadi
Cho.o. Cut Flowers
Fine lot of Palms and Ferns for Decorating
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