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

Offincial newspaper at the University otf Michi-
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,
189.
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building.
Subscription 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.
't'elephones 960" and 2414.

TYPE WRITERS
New, rebuilt, and second-
haud,
For Sale, $10.00 up
For Rent, $2.00'up
3 mos., $5.00
TYPEWRITING
0. D. MOR RILL
Over Baltimore Lunch

most suitable price.
:manship the best.
.suit built to f it.
stock of woolens of
ghest quality. The
tassortment in the
)select from.
13 WILD CO*
11 S. State St.

Are you going to play the gan
We huve just received a full supoly of
BASKET BALL EQUIPMENT
G'YM GOODS OF ALL KINDS.
W ARS

25c

Maurice Toulme ..........Managing E~ditor
Adna Johnson .......Business Manager terest in icehigan and upholding
News Editor Sporting Editor Michigan's reputation. The surpris-
UL Beach Car penter Gordon Eldredge Ing feature of this movement has been
Assist ant to Editor
Tred Foulk. 1 that it is largely a young man's move-
't~rnnawru vaecer........IIatxr.ui~ate .lifImat

Former price 40e

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UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORES

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SHEEHAN & 00
STUJDENTS' D~OOKTORE

ElRobert Tannahill........ Music and Drama
fHarold Abbott..:.. Cartoonist
II E'DITOR TALS
SHar old Ilippler Pahl IPhanhard
is I I aishal4 Foote Lester Rosenbaumi
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TED LINES

NIGHT EDITORS
I~eo Uurilett(Chester Lang
On Sport Staff

The belief that alumni must be ma-
ture and financially successful before
becoming useful to the university must
be abandoned. The latest graduates
from Michigan have been numbered
among the prominent and successful
reformers, When you have. folded
away your cherished gown and left
the halls of the university, don't wait
to become a senator before helping
the university. T1he youngest young-
blood is never too young to help Mich-
igan.

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Ca4rltol jenlks

I ernus KMine

$1 0Boys we are making a specialy of, a full dress sui
$35.00. Owing to the fact that we bought 3C0 yards
very fine dress suiting, has enabled us to give y( u a V~
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,I
place your order now.
A telephone call will bring us to your house 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 order at popular prices

MTABLE

rs for Detrot-7:10o
~io P. i., also 8:10
:4o a. m., 6:o6 a. mn.,
6:o6 p. nM., 7:o6 p.
mn., and 10:45 P. iM.
5 P.Mi., 12:15 P. M.
on-7 :46 a. m. and
5p1 . m.,651am.
6:51 p. mn., also 9:20
X SONS & VINNG
Madison Ave., NEW YORK
,MAKERi~S OFl
PS, GOWNS & HOODS
For All Degrees
a.y be Ordered from
MACK & CO.

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MAKES ONE FEEL SHlEEPISH to discover
he's bought a shoddy "cotton-wool" $15
"Talor-Made"-that'5. "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 "shannanigan" n our
workmanship.

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ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherwood Field [larry Johnson
\fyron Watkins John Leonard
- - REPORTERS

F. Al. Church
Y. X'. J. I-Tsu
. S. Switzer
P. F. Thompson
C. A. Swainsoi
R. S. Collins
C. L,. Kendi-ick<
I~ C.Roth
C. L.'Muller

II. C. Rummel
'Willis CGoodenow
J, NJ. Barrnett
IDon ald Sarbaugh
Freon Greenebatun
W. A. P'. John
11. R, :M arsh
Charles Weinberg

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OF INTEriIEST TO WYONEN.
(E dit ed by " 11115.)
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Harrison Soule
V. President

BANK

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rour delicious chocoates.
them each day in our
dy shop. They have the
flavor'' and' we guarau-

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ULAR PLACE

BUSINESS STAFF
Arthur lTorrey F. G. Millard
Ruissel Runyan WV. R. Carpenter
V. Ii. IHerbert R 1 Ilfinann
R. V. I,ef'iler R. G. Shelden
Night Editor-Bernus E. Kline.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1918.
STUDENT ECONOMY.
Michigan like every other universi-
ty, has felt keenly the increased cost
of living. So we welcome the sug-
gestions which have been made -re-
cently concerning the establishment of
Co-operative stores.a
That the cost of a university course
has increased enormously during the
last ;ten years is apparent to everyone.
But whether this increase is due al-
together to general causes seems
doubttful. 'there are peculiar busi-
ness circumstances in every colleg~e
town which tend to increase the cost
of living there.
Whether co-operative stores will
solve the problem of expenses, no one
can tell. But why not make the ex-
periment?
THEN DAY AFTER.
We believe that it was Carlyle who
ranked the stomach as one cf the chief
determinants of life's philosophy. We
know that he is right! We ate a huge
turkey dinner yesterday and we have
been happy ever since.
For the man Who has forgotten to
be thankful for his stomach, we are
profoundly sorry. And yet there are
many such men. They forget to be
thankful, not only for stomachs, but
for legs and arms, for heads and
hearts--for life itself. So we thank
Thanksgiving for making us thankful
for our stomachs. Thankfulness for
stomachs is often the beginning of op-
timism.
YOUNG BLOODS.
Fromn all over the United States
come reports of enlivened alumni as-
sociations which are stimulating in-

IThe thirty-third annual freshmaL ,
spread for women will be held in Bar-
bour gymnasium, Saturday night, De-
(ember 6. This occasion has grown
to be a tradition among the women of
the university, and has become one of
the big events of the year. Plans are
being made to accommodate 500, and
women of all classes are invited to
be present,
The women's league will give a
Thanksgiving party in Barbour gym-
nasium, at 4:00 o'clock this afternoon.
There will be games,' dancing and re-
freshmlents, and a general good time
is promised,'
Omega Phi will meet at 4:00 o'clock
Friday, December 5, at the Alpha Phi
house, instead of this afternoon, as
anenounced.
A prize of five dollars is offered by
Stylus for the best short story writ-
ten by an undergraduate woman. Man-
uscripts must be signed with a pseu-
donym,' and accompanied by a sealed
envelope containing the contestant's
name and address. Stories should not
exceed five thousand words in length,
and must be legibly written on one
side of the paper only. All manu-
scripts must be mailed to, Professor
Scott before spring vacation.
AT OTHER COLLEGES
. inliesota's University Address
book has just been issued. Among oth-
er features, it contains the" name,
class, colleges and local addresses,
and post office box of every student,
and is considered an improvement over
last year's book.
Thanksgiving vacation at Minnesota
has been shortened several hours. It
began Wednesday evening at 9:00
o'clock instead of at 5:00 o'clock as
heretofore, and extends until Monday
morning.
,Dr'..1. It. M3llaster, professor of
American history at Pennsylvania,
I was tendered a dinner last week, in

recognition of the completion of his
0'i year's work, "A History of the Peo-
ple of the United States," by the His-
torical Society of Pennsylvania. Con-
gratulatory letters were received
from President Wilson, Ex-Presidents
Taft and Roosevelt and many others.
Admrission to PHi Beta Kappa at
Yale may be gained by maintaining
an average stand of 3:30 o~n a scale of
4.00 for any two consecutive years of
the college course. These marks mnust~i
be based on at least 15 hours a week.
Marir, rd celebrated with a memorial
service Wednesday, the 306th anniver-
sary of the birth of John Harvard, the
founder of the university. The meet-
ing took place in front of the statue
of John Harvard in the Delta.
Diplitlieria Epidemic is Nearly Orera
All danger of a diphtheria epidemic
is passing, according to the reports
of the Ann Arbor' health officers.
There are only two cases" in town at
present, and both of these are nearly
well.

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$17.5O to* $25.00

L1ORS TO MPN
OUR SPECIAL $30.00 SUITS
HIAVE
Q ALI'TY that
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Quarry
The Druggis

University Ave.

HENRY &, CO.

MYLE S
ClothShop.
Clte"h ta eT io e R hThat's the kind that we make." A all is solicited.

I peci'al Agernt. For
a l~als Fork Dipped ChocolatA
* Made in thea most sanitary factory in the world, The bent canies
I we have ever handled. VAN DOREN'S PHARMACY, 703 Packrard

ANN AR~BOR$ DYE WORKS
ARTISTIC FRENCH DRY AND
STEAMI CLEANERS
onie 628 204 East Washingi
Consolidation

Pht

Eton

607E. William St#
Seoond Floor

"LIKLY" LUGGAGE
enables one to travel with mental comfort.

UNIVERSAL CLEANING WORKS
T, E. WAHLl

ANN ARBOR DYE WORKS
G. IH. KUHtN

WE CALL AND DELIVER

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e Ann Arbor Savings Bank
al Stock ",300,000 Surplus $ioo,ooo
Resourcs $3,000,000
General Banking Business Transacted
rs: Chas. E. iliscock, Pres., W. D. lHar-
man, Vice-Pres.,, M. J. Fritz, Cashier

Floweirs
ousins ..11
Cho.ce Cut Flowers
Fine lot of Palms and Ferns for Decorating

ARROW
NMUCOLLAR
Cluett, Peabody & Go., Inc. Mskers
,ANfOK'2

If it's
=,LikE y" Luggage
you've bought the best.
The quality of
j,"Likly" Luggage
is not all on the surface
WOM4EN'S WARDROB TRUNKS
I WAGNER &CON

THE NEW

PREUS BaviLDING MAYNARD ST.
ACCO~Sfrorm.Majestic

Mc higan Song
Now on Sale

Book

STATE STREET

Every Student

S. Univ. Ave. Phone 1 15

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