TANGO DRESS SHIRTS
Two and three dollars each
n Bloch Clothes
stamps their Quality and
as Superior. The prices are
Jisst rolvod a. new a.sortme t of
James Keisers, Imp. Ties
Pried at fifty cents
no higher than clothes not nearly
Our MACKINAWS the talk of
TINKER & CO. Cor. STATE and
Furnishers and Hatters
Reule, Conlin & Flegel C
CO R C:for Gentlome
They are designed, cut and ta
the finest and most expert workm
business. Better styles, fit and iw
ship than you get elsewhere.
more, but orth a lot more. Try t1
7 :~1 ~ '.' you will see.
Adler Rochester Clot
A ePrices $18 to $39
All the new things for fall await
in Men's Furnishings. Every ne
iE and pattern, including the fame
hattans, at $r.jo, $2.00, and $2.50.
All correct shades in Gloves,
THE BIG STORE, PHON
t,Apfel & Company
it Value for Your Money
BARGAINS IN HOSiERY
ON HOSE that need no guarantee. Silk Hose, Cashmere Hose, Child-
n lOc to 25c. Also a good line of Men's Sooks, sure to give satis-
-. S. Pinney & Co.
rty St. The Store Where a Dollar Does Its Duty
Visit the Newest and
DRY GOODS STORE
Try the Best
613 E. Liberty'
124 South Main Street
(The Michigan Daily assumes no re-
sp oisitil ity for seniiments express-
ed hi comuniicwdations.)'
In this.morning's issue of The Mich-
igan Daily there appeared a comrnuni-
cation signed by Paul B. Blanshard,
'14, wherein he states that the mayor
was responsible for the disorder of
the students on the night of November
15, following the Pennsylvania-Mich-
igan football game. In this communi-
cation, this young man also states that
he impressed upon me the probability
of "a riot of drunken students follow-
ing the game, in case Michigan was
victorious, that he on the day of the
game, with another student, requested
me to close the saloons at 6:00 o'clock.
He pointed out that drunken students
had frequently given the university
unfavorable notoriety in their down-
town celebrations after b~g games. lie
maintained that most of these students
became intoxicated by frequenting sa-
loons between 6:00 and 8:30 o'clock.
He also stated that the mayor refused
to close the saloons until the trouble
Every story shows a different phase
when both sides are told. In this case
I am sure that all fair minded people
will see that it makes a great differ-
ence when both sides are known. There
are those who are continually try-
ing to shift the blame for anything of
this kind. However, in most cases it
is some one who still has a great deal
to learn. Mr. Blanshard and another
young man did interview me in regard
to closing the saloons and I informed
them that I had no right to close them,
since the men engaged in the saloon
business had paid their licenses to
keep their places of business open un-
til the hour named in the ordinance
regulating them. I informed him that
I would do my best to maintain order
in the city. In company with the
chief-of-police 1 visited the saloons
and informed them that I expected
them to live up to the law and to im-
mediately close their places should
any disturbances be started. I also
called President lutchins and asked
him to look after the students, and he
informed me that he would, and that
he did not expect any trouble with
them. After the president informed
me that he would look after the stu-
dents through the student council 1
felt that everything had been done on
my part, We of the city do not feel
justified in assuming that the young
men in attendance at the university
are a bunch of lawbreakers as Mr
I3lanshard would assume. I also de-
sire to call the young man's attention
to the fact that not a student arrested
was intoxicated so I see but little for
him to base his statement on. I also
desire to call his attention to the fact
that there is a law prohibiting the
believe, why does he not take a hand
in the matter, make an investigation
and ascertain the places selling to
students and then go to the prosecut-
ing attorney and lay the case before
him, and I am sure that the matter
will receive his proper attention. He,
however, does not go to that trouble.
He would rather give the public a false
impression of the whole matter by
placing such an article in The Mich-
igan Daily. It does not seem fair that
I should be blamed for the negligence
of the university authorities. It
would be a sad state of affairs to pre-
sent to the visiting alumni had I clos-
ed the saloons for the reason that the
students were under no control capa-
ble of guiding their actions on such an
occasion. Had the student council
made plans for a celebration, all of
this trouble and talk would be need-
less. Now of course the only thing for
them to do, is to try to shift the blame.
I trust that in the future both the uni-
versity authorities and the student
council will so organize and devise
plans that they will be able to better
care for such celebrations.
R. C. MACKENZIE,
WE SELL GOOD CLOTHING
Suits at $10.00-All wool.
Suits at $15.00-All wool, hand tail-
Suits at $20.00--Adler's Make and
Suits at $25.00-Equal to Finest Cus-
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE.
Main Street. tf
Best shoe shine, hat cleaning and
blocking next to Wagner's. tf
STUDENTS wearing glasses or
feeling the need of them will
be pleased to know that Ann Arbor
has a modern optical shop where
services of an expert optometrist
and 'optician can be had.!
Advanced methods of Optometry, fit-
ting glasses without drugs, appeals to all-
who demand accurate eye examinations,
made without loss of time or iticonven-
ience of .having nnuscles paralyzed by
E. H. Arnold, optometrist with Arnold
& Co , is a recognized leader in advanced
optometrical work. His complete office
equipmentcombined with shop facilities
to grind lenses, together with years of
experience as refractionist and optician,
make his Optical System the logical
place to buy glasses.
Arnold Optical System
220 South Main Street
of is the
on State Str
406 DE TROIT STRE
The Link between College and
Ata special price $5m-the
rrsateril Butsed lrh this garit
All suits kept pressed free for one year.
i Jewelry an
Fobs Tie Clips Rings
-Sterling Silver University of Michigan seal tea
Haller Jewelry Co.
. State St. Phone 534
"Keeping in Front"
You fellows know what that means I
Weve been very successful in this
regard with Fatima Cigarettes. By
the way, these cigarettes were first
sold in the college towns-and you
agreed with us that they were good.
Then we put out for the big race,
to make Fatimas of nation-wide rep-
utation, and today more are sold than
any other cigarette in this country.
No purer, or more carefully chosen
tobacco grows than that in Fatimas.
We purposely put them in a plain
inexpensive wrapper-in this way
we can afford quality tobacco, and
twenty of the smokes for 15 cents.
Now your college crew is of utmost
importance to you -so is a good
cigarette, and it's your aim in life
to keep Fatimas in the lead-right
up to their good quality-right up
to where you first found them, and
will always find them.
Success fellows! You started this
cigarette on its successful career-
and you pull a strong oar all over
Wanted-Twenty-five extra men for
Henry W. Savage's production of
"Everywoman." Apply at stage en-
trance of Whitney theatre, Friday
at 12:00 o'clock. 50-52
Wanted-Will give up-to-date room to
girl student who can give few hours
time daily. Phone, days, 1707, ev-
enings, 1407-J. Mrs. H. J. Richards.
Wanted-Two students to work for
room (suite), 832 East University
Ave. Phone 1320-L. 49-51
Wanted-Student to take room with
another in a modern house with all
modern accommodations. Location
on North Ingalls St. four blocks
from campus. Call Pitken, 366.
Wanted-Twenty-five extra women for
Henry W. Savage's production of
"Everywoman." Apply at stage en-
SHOE REPAIRS ? I I
FIRST CLASS SHOE REPAIRING Come Up and Try
JOHN H. LAMBERT George's Chop
613 EAST WILLIAM Delicious Chinese and America
Official shoe Doctor to Michigan's 341 South State Street PU
Portraits of merit at Hoppe's studio,
619 E. Liberty. 49-50
Fine portraits at Hoppe's studio, 619
E. Liberty. 49-50
W. H. Smith sells Victor Typ6writ-
ers. Second-hand Royals and Under-
woods. 102 E. Huron, over Dawson's.
Call 2380-L for demonstration. Stu-
dents insurance 35 cents per hundred.
You can buy films many places, but
you pay the same here for Fresh Eas
man Kodak films. Lyndon. Wed eod
For Kodaks and photo supplies, open
every evening until 9:30. Sundays
9:30 to 12:30 and 1:30 to 3:30 only.
Lynodn. Wed Sun.
Genuine Martin Guitars and Mando-
lins sold at Schaeberle & Son's Music
Best developing and printing
at Hoppe's, 619 E. Liberty.
Night lunches delivered. Cal
301 S. State, Greene's Lunch Roo
Another shipment of black an
soft hats just received. Wag
Co., State St.
Hoppe's group pictures take
lash can not be duplicated; th
aehnever closed as a result
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Dolph, F
Directors, best equipment in the
Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone
Tango class and matinee atP
Academy, Thursday afternoon, :
5:30. One hour instruction, twc
of dancing. Chaperones in ate
50 cents per couple. Single adm
20 for 15s
sale of liquor to students. I have no tranc of Whitney theatre, Friday at
authority to enforce this law. If Mr. 12:00 o'clock. 50-52
Blanshard knows of any students who ----- -- --- - --
were intoxicated, and if he is the law For Sale--Victrola and records, $17,
abiding being that he would have us New. 904 Oakland. 625-L. 50
THREE NEW SONGS
"As the Years Roll By"
"I'll Return to You Again"
"You're the Idol of My Heart"
They are rich in sentiment and music. 10 cents per copy.
Our Christmas stock of musical goods has arrived.
120-122 E. Liberty St. Phone 1707
tt 25 cents.
p ~for MCn
are right in style
price. Leather or r
Ladies' $3.50 to $5.00 per
len's $4.00 to $6.00 per
Our Men's Furnishing Dept.
Carries everything that is strictly
HIGH CLASS AND FASHIONABLE
We are Headquarters for all kinds of Class Toques.
MACK & CO.
119 E. Liberty St.