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Every suit built to fit.
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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at tke University of Mich-
igan.
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,
s$79.

THEI N EW C OL LAR1

Basket Ball Comes Ne)
Are you going to play the geme?
"We hive jist- received a full supoly of
BASKET BALL EQUIPMENT
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Offices .Ann--Arbor Press. Building.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $z. go; by
mail $3.00.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy ; University Pharmacy ;
C. H. Davis. Cor. Packard
and =State.
Phone : Bell, 960o.

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Maurice Toulme......... Managing Editor'
Adnat Johnson ........... Business Manager'
News Editor- Spotting Editor
H, -Beach Carpenter Gordon Eldredge
Assistant to Manager
Fred Foulk.
Leonad Riser. ...Intercollegiate Editor
Robert Tannahill ........ Music and Drama
Harold- Abbott................ Cartoonist
NIGHRT DITORS
Leo Burnett.

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REPORTERS

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DETROIT UNI'TED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE'
Limited and Express Cars for 'Detroit-7:i
a. m. and hourly to 6:xo p. in, also $ zo
p. m.
Local Cars for Detroit-5 :40 a. nM, 6 :o6 a. m.,
and every two hours to 6:o6 p. in:, 7:06 p.
mn., 8:o6 p. in., 9:10 p. in., and t0145 p. M.
To Ypsilanti only, 11 :15 p. M-0., 2:3 5 p. m.
32:30 p. in., : oo a. mn.
Limited Cars for Jackson-i :46 a. in. and
every two hours to 7:46 p. mn.I
Local Cars for Jackon-5:t2 ia. m., 6:51 a.tni.,
and every two hours to 6:51 p. mn., also 'g;2o
p.mi., 11:15 p.mi.
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12 Madison Ave., NEWAYRK.
'7. MAKERS Or
CAPS, GOWNS & HOODS
For All Degrees
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101-103.105 South Main Street

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ASSISTANTS O BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherwood Field Harry Johnson
John Leonard
BUSINESS STAFF
Myron W atkins V. G. Millard
Arthur It. Torrey WV. ',. Carpenter
Russel A. Runyan
TU;ESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1913.
Night Editor-Henry C. Rummel.

;ieeting- of entire reportorial
and ttryouts ,inuoffices tWay at
o'clock.t

staff
4:301

L~ONG ON GOOD POINTS
by th rvbakera of
TROY' 85BEST PRODPVCTr
LAIRO'S MODERN REPAIR SHOP
The Shop On the way
down town.
214 'East, Washington Street
INVISIB3LE GOVERNMENT.
Invisible government is exceedingly
distasteful to the. American state of
mind. The purer the democracy, the
less the secrecy. Democracy is' fun-
damental with English speaking peo-
ples.
When this privilege is invaded, the
public is stirred to its depths, A feel
ing akin to suspicion is immediately
aroused. The only antidote is public
confidence in the agency that has found
the secrecy necessary. It the public is
assured that. the tribunal_ thinks clear-
ly, . earnestly, fairly and deliberately
there is a partial restoration of con-
fidence.
President Wilson has been able to.
gain universal approbation in his Mex-
ican policy. Vet the public has been
kept in the dark, to some extent. But
before' this could be done, President
Wilson had to show the American peo
pie that he was worthy of their con-
fidence.
IPUNISHMENT VERSUS REFORM.
Our deepest and most sincere sym-
pathy goes with the students who have
been or will be punished for the dis-;
turbances after the Penn game. It is'
A matter of no small inconvenience to
be sent away from the university in
the midst of. the semester; the dis--

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UNIVERSII Y BOOKSTORES

Boys we are making a specialty of a full dress sul
1$35.00. Owing to the fact that we bought 300 yards
very fine dress suiting, has enabled us to give y+ u a.$5
dress suit at a saving of $15.00.
We give you the very finest "f workmanship, fit
style with a pure silk lining in both body and sleeves.
Come in and examine the coat we have made; up, t
.place your. order now.
A. telephone call will bring us to your Douse, wit
sample of our work if you find you are too busy to,
300 yards will not last forever-place your order at once
Suits to corder at popular prices

"Don't say cheap tailoring to me a-
gaini It Is to laugh at. Ed. V.Pih
Co. custom-tiliored clothes are)~ the °on-
ly kind that galna respect." The cor-
rect Autumn fashions are now ready.
Step in mnd seei the most exciO-e pt.
terns ever displayed by us:.

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THiE STUDENT COUNCIL.
The Michigan Daily is consistently
constructive. We have no desire to
criticise the. studente'ouncil, simply to
criticise, nor have we ever done so. We
will never do so.
We are always- seeking for efficient,
teffective and genuine student self-gov-
ernment. Possibly, we have attached
our Dapple cart to a star; the ideal will
be' most' difficult to attain.. The fal-
ure- of one scheme or the- partial suc-
cess of another must not cloud the ul-.
timate ideal or slacken our effort.
Flexibility, originality and persever-
ence have gone undefeated so far in
social movements.
TONIGHT.
Tonight will witness the biggest
Glee and Mandolin club concert in the
history' of Michigan. A few years ago,
'Glee club audiences were measured by
tens;; last year every home concert!
attracted hundreds; the affair tonight
will be enjoyed by, thousands.

$1toS50 to $25.00

The Quality Tailors
E. C. FLANDERS
209 E. Liberty St.

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The Place to a Go for 11111Gb
Try Our Morning Luidch Before that 8 o'lok'
We Promise the BEST CUP of COFFEE
In Anim Arbor

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grace is greater.
Yinfortunately, the action seemed
necessary for a better Michigan. The
twentieth century method of correc-
tion is reformative rather than puni-
tive. There must be a basic, example,
however. This has been furnished, we,

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*A live program has been arranged;' hope, for all time to come.
far removed from the old stereotyped Five years ago two students were
gepes of musical club entertainment, sent away from the university for,
Admissioh has been placed at a mod- hazing. Since. that time hazing has
erate figure, and there is no reasonI almost completely dited out. W'e hope'
why Hill auditorium should not be that that experience will be dupicte
packed t( the rafters. In thiiroting cases,

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IY RENT TYPEWRITERS?

C. Cir. -r~mwProprietor.

We have the Oliver °agency. We sell. on
time or cash. Call in and see us and save mnon-"
ey. We repair fountiin pens and drawing .in- '
struments.t
IRVING. F. SCULEEDE, 340 S. STATE SI'RIET*

RAMBLING.
The Xichiggg Daily congratulates
the two communleantg in this morn-
lug's issue. Both have gara~thipg to
say and they say it and then quit. They
have saved space for us and time for
you,
Our communicants ust.ually ramble.
It takes a microscope to find the point,
and as few of us have microscopes, thea
point 'goes on' and on unstopped. It.
Is seldom that The Michigan Daily re-
fuses a communication. When* it does,
it is not because it disagrees with u,
but because it ranmble# and keeps on
rambling, O Ur readers must be pro-
tected.
Don't ramble. Brevity is the soul cj
common sense.s

(1A)PUIN (I1-RIEF
Soph1 his will 11014 a "Thanksgiving
'Recuperation' party" at Barbour gym-
nasnm, on ' aturday afternoon fol-
lowing Tl nkrgiving dpy, November
29. Dgncing will begin at 2 39O'p'eloc-k
and will egintinpe untll 5::a901P'Lp
light refreshments will be §erved.
Tfickets lre- on s~.lq at $5 cents each.
-Ii bga #ig will tolit s traditional
"rabbit ^ho nt" gtu reay, December .6.
The affair tak~es the form of an qutitig,
And will take place at Whitmore Lake.
-Tckets for flpMatjjee diance at the
Uniion, Than1tagvingafternon, will
gp Op sale at thie 4elik today, At 590p
c iOCk: 'They will be limited to 100
as osuab Dancipg will last from 2:30

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to 5:30 o'clock.
--The senior engineer cakne ceommittee
which has been announced by Presi-
dent George Paterson, is: as follows :
H, J, Trum, chairman, C. A. Barnett,
ft. D. Jlarnest, and T, E. Wheat. The
committee will begin its work immedi-
ately and is to make an early report.
-ieiior laws will 40l4,&a Thanksgiv-
ing 4isnee at, the u~nion Th-ursday even-
i~lg, from 8:30 to 12:00 o'clock. "Tick-
ets, Which are Pw An sale for $1.00,
may be securled from mnembers of the
social committee.
-Tho Student volfftil will meet at
8$00 §'clp~lk tonigbt, in the north wing
At University hall. The meeting will!
he devod almost entirely' to the in-
Yostigstion of riot charges, so it will
probably he an @xeciotive session, while
the, charges are being considered.

FINE TAIIUORING TRADE

We can 'and do give you the limit-of excell-
ence in Tailoring, this issue, with a complete
line of up-to-date woolens, makes us the leaders'
in our line.
Respectful ly,
Samt Burchfield &>Co,
IHEAVY RollColl a r "S WE ATERS"

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MACKINAWS all Wool RAINCOATS
GLO VAS k ECKWKAR ;UOSIMKY

Mia~estitTheatre.,
Tonight's perforMnce pf "Satan"1
w ill arkli te- nd of its engagement
,t the 9jestic theatre, This thrilling
moving pictur'e production recounts
the 'advenltures of the PTrince of Dark-
ness An ea.rth, in the guise of an Ital-
i an, It Was produced. by t he same
company 014t gav@ to the w~rld "Quo
Vadis" 4nd " rhe Last Days of Pom-
Pell."
On Friday and $aturday, November
28 anid 29, p ictureS of the ichigan-
Cornell fooftbal game will be shown
at the Mjajest p:
This week'F attraction At the Gap-
rick theatre, Detroit, is hivelyn Nesbit
Thaw In a French musieai divertisso-
anent, "Mariette," by Maurice Volny.
One of the principal features of the
production is a ballet of isixty under
the direction of Emil Agoust, of the
Alhambra theatre, London.

IT'NVIEBSTTY NOICES.
Astronomy 3 will meet at 11;00
o'clock this morning, room 10$, Tappan
hall,
Choral Union ushers report at west
door, Hill auditorium, at 7,00 o'cl~cci
tonight, for Glee and Mlandoliu echub
concert.
Commerce club~ will meet tonight in
the economics building ait 7,00 o'clovv,
Prof. David Friday will speak Rn
"Public Accouintancy,"
Oratorical association ticklet sellers
report to the treasurer between 4:00
and 5:00 p'cloek today, at the box of-
fice in Uiniversity hall, All reports
must be in today,
Fresh pharmics will moot at 4:00
o'clock today in room 303, chemistry
building, ;to elect president and tre44-
user.
Senior pharmics will meet at 1, 00
o'clock today In room 303 chemistry
building, to elect a secretary,
Fresh dents will hold their 'drats
smoker at the Ullon tonight at 7:00
o'clock. Several talks will be givati
by members pf the dental facpity and
class officers.
Fresh fits will meet in the economics
building at 4:30 this afternoon,.
Comedy clilb will inept for ri~earl
at 4:04 q'clppk this 4ftern§§n in the
Cercle Francais rggm1
Junior l0aWs will meet at 41 00 ocelockt
today in ropm 4C, law building:
itJapk-the-.peeper" jAarms Rf14s4ts
ttes~depts and students living in the
vicinity of Ann and Ingal str~t s.
have lately been alarmed over the act-
ions of a "hack-the-peeper" negi'Q, who
has been caught in the act of peering
in the windows of the houses, Sat-
urday night he was discovered by stu-
dents, wvho pursued him to the Huron

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From $20.00 to $45.00

The Varsity Toggery Shop
"1107 S. Univorsity Avenue.

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