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TAILORS
o you the'
it possible
able price.
the best.
lt to fit.
wooens of
lity. The
gent in the

This Week

A fancy box of _initial
stationery with your
initials in gold.

25c

TIEMICIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the 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,
1$79.
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $.50; by
mail $3.00.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy ; University Pharmacy;
C. HI. Davis. Cor. Packard
and State.
Tlelephounes 960 andI 2414.
Mtaurice Toulme.........Managing E~ditor
Adna Johnson............. Business Manager
News Editor Sporting Editor
It. Beach Carpenter Gordon .E ldredge
Assistant to Manager
!Fred 1Foulk.
Leonar-d Rieser ....Intercollegiate Editor
Robert 'Jannahill .....usic and Drama
1Uarold Abbott ...........Cartoonist
I.,41(. R A ,5
I [arold 11 ipiplcr iPautl 1;anshard1-
Xl I rshail l ooi e ],est'r' os t'rauin:
Louis l)anijd.
NIGHT EDITORS
Leo Il urnett Chester La,a
F. iF, V"lK inner G(I. IV(lI'
On Sport Staff
Carlton Jenks thernias~li
T. Hawley Tappiog
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherwood Field Harry Tlhuson
.Myron \Vatkilis ,John l,cnard
REPORTERS-

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Are you going to play the gai
We h-uve just received a full supoly of
BASKET BALL EQUIPMENT
GYM GOODS oF ALL KINDS

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STUDENTS'SBOOKSTORE

L.ON4G ON GOOD POINTS
by the n-aker-s of
'TROY"S ]BEST PRODUCT
LAIR'S MODERN REPAIR SHOP
TM The Shop on the way
down town.
214 East Washington Street

$15.00 SA'

UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORES

OF INtI1ERES'FI' 10 MEN.l~
( Editd by Styles..)
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p. mn., I2:15 p. mn.
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51 p. in., also 9:20

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IS & VINING
Ave., NEW YORK
LEUS OF
WNS & HOODS
II Degres
ordered from
K .Co.
MICS BANK
n Street

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MAKES ONE FEEL SHEEPISH to discover
he's bought a shoddy "cotton-wool" $15
"Tailor-Made"--that's "worth $30 to
$50." There are no "black-sheep" pat-
terns of doubtful age or quality' in our
superb display of Autumn and Winter
woolens and no "'shannanlgan" In our
workmanship.

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IF. Thompson
C. A. Swaiiin:on
l< S. Cofllins
C. L,. Kendrick
E,'. C. Roth
C. I. -Mutller

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ur delicious chocolates.
ahem each day in our
shop. They have the
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solutely pure.
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3PULAR PLACE

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BUSINESS STAFF
Arthur Torrey 'F. G_ 1lMillardl
Russel Runyani NV. f:. CariemI
V. 11. 1Herbert R..1. 1Iofmammmmn
R. V. I,efller R. G. Shlmhelc,3
THURSDAY, NOVEM1BER 27, 1913.
Night. Editor-.Chester H. Lang.
TURKEY!
Turkey! Six thousand Michigandcr-
will wage a gastronomic warfare on-
his kind: today. These six thousand
Michiganders, cares thrown aside.
will eat with the appetite that comek
with health and vigor.
Michigan has much to be thankful
for, everything that makes Th anks-
giving a real Thanksgiving. Mli ch ig-an
is serving humanity. Mlichigan is giv-
ing opportunities to six thousaind stu-
dents that are not enjoyed by ninety-.
five per cent of the young men andi
women of this nation. Michigan ha:
been serving humanity for seventy-
five years, each year more efficiently
and effectively.
Michigan has cause to give thanks,
and the nation and the state has cause,
to thank Michign.
THE STAFF'.
Overnight, The Michigan D)aily has;
grown a goodly sized staff. For mont.,~
and .months, the training and selec-
tion processes have been going on. In
accordance, with custom, the final
choice is made on 'Thanksgiving morn-
ing.
The appointments involve a selec-
tion of the fittest. All are worthy ;
there are no goats, Gradually,' duing
the year the tryouts are discourage( ;
by the sacrifices that result from
newspaper work. Love for the "game"
always keeps our roster full.
With the coming of the final day,
comes doubt, disappointment and joy.
All are deserving; but few can win,
in comparison. We are happy with
those who have made the staff, and
sorry with those who have failed tem-
porarily.

All comnmunications 'for this column
miust be in the hands of the editor be-
fore 4 :00 o'clock of the day precedling
their appearance in The Michigan Dai-
ly. Office hour, '1:0~) to 2:00 o'clock
daily, except Saturday, at flarbour
gymnasium, The editor 'may also be
reached by tele~phone, 1741-1,, and no-
tices may b e (deposited in the box in
the genteral library.
At an, early date, Miss Helen Ben-
mett, nalger of the Cllegiate B~ureau
of Occupations of Chicago, will be in
Ann I Arbor to speak to the women stu-
denits aibout her work. It has been
sugg -ested by severalt promiinent uni-
ver-sity womien that this would afford
an excellent opportunity for conduct-
ing a vocationlal conferencee such as
was held last wi nteor at tli, University
of 'Wisconsin. Speclialists in certain
fields5 other than teaching, such as
domestic science, journalism, secre-
tarial w\ork, social serv;ice, and many
others, might be procuredl to address
thewme and offer suggecstions as to
the best prtepjara:tion for entraince into
these fields.

I Special Alierits Fodr
alls&i Fork Dipped Choci
Mdinthe most sanitary factory in the world, The best
whave ever handled. VAN DOREN'S PHIARMACY, 70;

$1T.,50 to $25.00

The Quality Tailors
E.nCm FLANDERS
209 E. Liberty St.
Ralno

Boys' we are making a specialty of a full dress si
$35.00. Owing to the fact that wve bought 300 yards
very fine dress suiting, has enabled us to give yi u a$
dress suit at'a'saving of $15.00.
We give you the very finest of workmanship, fit
style with a pure silk lining in both body and sleeves.
Come in and examine the coat we have,:made up,
place your order now.
A telephone call will bring us to your house wi
sample of our work if you' find you are too buxy to
300 yards will not last forever-place your order at one
Suits to order at popular prices

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Owing to the Thank~sgiviing holiday
the date of the next mneeting of Omaega
Ph i1 hasbeen postponedl until FFriday,,
D-cemnber 5, at 4:00 o'clock, At the Al-h
ha P'hi house.
L')r. [.+as~e Pratt left ycsterdlay for
her homne in Philadelphiat, whfere she
%,,ill remnain until Decemnber' 8. During
her absen ce, her (luties will be dis-
lhtr!'cd by :Doctor Cummings, the
meni's physician, who will be Pi the
difspensary at the regular house, 1:30
to ":00, to attend to women who come
for consultation.

The Chubb

209 South state Street

THY REN T TYPEWRITERS?
We have the Oliver, agency. We sell on
or cash. Call in and see us and save mon-
We repair fountain pens arnd drawing in-
ments.
ING F. SCULEEDE, 340 S, STATE STRII ET

Gives Ilea r, wholeso me ]board at '$4.
per week.. S&,fe drinking vwater.
t. C. Preeeri z, Pro prie

MNfIIC ANDI) 1IA.

URCHFIELD

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Amcng the early attractions at the
WhitnIey theatre will be George Scar-
borough4's thrilling, drama, entitled
"The Lure." This Fensatzonal play is
nowe enjoying a long run at the Maxine
Elliott theatre, New York. With their
usual foresight the Shuberts have or-
ganized a second company, in every,
way equal to the original, for touring
purposes. Ann Arbor is fortunate to
be included in the itinerary, the date
being some time after the holidays.

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FINE TAILORING TRADE

THE~ $MOOThLF5'r
TOBAC CO

We can and do give you the limit of excell-
nce in Tailoring, this issue, with a complete
ne of up-to-date woolens, makes us the leaders
iour line.
Respectfully,
Sam Burchfield & Co.
EAVY Roll Collar "SWEATERS"

E the singer full of lee piping upt See
the pipe full of Velvet helping out l
Velvet, the finest of leaf--aged-over two years-
toned down-mellowed-fit for "Prexie"
himself. Time alone can eliminate all harsh..
ness-bring about real smoothness and
developth taste that's goadxTWhen 0
exams, loom up and uncertainty is
ripe-a tin of Velvet will help
concentration and study-it's
smooth I At all dealers.

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In SPALDIING and WEBBER Makes

4ACRINA'WS all Wool RAINCOATS
a LOVES NECK WEAR HOSIERY

10C
Fui z.
Tins

Suits and O'Coats, Made to Fit
From $20.00 to $45.00

the Varsity Toggery Shop,
1107 S. University Avenue.

One ounce bags,
5c, _convenient for
cigarette smokers

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