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The Michigan Daily, 1913-11-29

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Official newspaper atth University of Mich- I
IIPublished every morning except Monday dur-
fl ing the university year.

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you the
tpossible
ble price.
the be st.
t to fit.
loolens of
ty. The
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A fancy box of Initial
stationery with your
Initials In gold.

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25c
Former' price 40c

Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Mlich-
igan under Act of Congress of March 3,
1 879.
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. H. Davis. Cor. Packard
and State.
Telephones 96o -and 2414.
Maurice Toulme .......... Managing Eitor
Adna Johnson............. Business Manager
News Editor Sporting Editor
H. Beach Carpenter Gordon Eldredge
Assistant to Editor
Tred ;Foulk.
Leonard Rieser....... Intercollegiate Editor
Robert Tannahill......... Music and Drania
H1arold Abbott.................. Cartoonist
h"T )ITO R AbS
Uarold II ippler Paul JBlanshard
Mvlarshiall 1Foote Lester Rosenbaiu
Louis lDavid.
NIGHT EDITORS
Leo Burnett Chester Lang
1". F. McIinney, Gay Wells
On Sport Staff ,
Carlton Jenks Bernus Kline
T.I'. awley Tapping
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherwood field harry Johnson
Myron Watkins John Leonard
REPORTERS__,

Are you going to play the game?
We hugve just received a full supdtly of
BASKET BALL EQUIPMENT
GY GOODS OF .ALL KINDS AT

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SHEERIAN &CGON
STUDENTS , BOOKSTORE

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A SAFE ;
IN VESTMENT
doesn't consist
of paying $]5
for, a hastily
thrown togeth-
er suit when you
require clothes
that Will Withstand
ralnand snow and
keep you warm.
have me send your
measure to Ed. V.
Price & Co., Chic-
ago, from the cloth
you select and get
unqualified satis-
faction.

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I.ONO ON GOOD POINTS
by the iakovs of
TROY'S B131ST PRODUCT
LAIRD'S MODERN REPAIR SHOP,
The Shop on the way
down town.
214 East Washington Shreet
Daily has secures seiesof 1hea<ilh
articles for publication at stated in-
tervalis, beginning tomorrow. 'The a.r-
ticles will set forth simple, bait effect-
ive precautionary measures in casess
ofr slight ailments.
A little care at this time will sv
you serious trouble later on.
Every question s two sides5. Nor'
one is wholly right; nor is an y -oneo
wvholly wrong.
The degrees of righlt and wrong-
vary, sometimes almost completely
overbalancing the scales one ayor
the other. But it is impo::ssible to
judge competently, until bt ie
have been presented. Good jdmn
involves a selection processi,anyo
cannot select until you have had ome
thing to select from.
Think! Every qutestion b has rIwo
sides.

A Pair ot $6.00 Trousers
with every Suit or
Overcoat order at

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F'. M. Church
Y. T. J. 1 [su
J. S. Switzer
P. F. 'Ihompson
C. A. Swainson
R. S. Collins
C. IL. Kendrick
1i. C. Roth
C. 1,. Muller

11. C. 1tuLinel
Willis Goodenow4
f. M. Barret
:Dornald Sarbaugh
1). It. Balkentine
Leon (;ree2nelbat1n
WV. A. 1'. Johin
It. R. Mtarsh
Charles Weinberg-

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UNIVERS11Y BOOKSTORES

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BUSINESS STAFF
Arthur rorrey FV. G. Millard
Russel Runyan WV. R. Carpenltel
V. If. Herbert R. J. 1 lofrnann
R. V. Leffler R. G, Shelden !
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 193.
Night Editor-Guy Wells.

To everyone ordlering a Suit o- Overcoat (luring this sale wve will give
you absolutely FR 11,P a pair of $O.oo Trousers of the sante material as Suit
or different, just as you like.
Anyone who expects to live and wear clothes cannot afford to miss
this once in a life tinme opportunity.
We guarantee to Fsve 3y(-u$io to $iS on every order you place at our
store. C'Oiie in anal he convinced.

The Quality Tailors

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delicious chocolates.
ueach day in our
op. They have the
and we gua.rau-
utely pure.
YVBEE
ULAR PLACE

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KY RENT TYPEWRITERS"?
We have the Oliver agency. We sell on
r. cas.. Call in and see us and' save mon-
Ve repair fountain pens and drawing in-
cents.
[G F. SCULEEDE, 340 S. STATE STRI ET

RECAPITULATION. h
The Michigan Daily has already1
printed five articles with the purpose
of presenting and emphasizing Michi- II
gan's greatness as a university. We,
have a'dozen more in preparation,
Already we have made the follow-
ing points :
. Michigan is the mother state uni-,
versity of the great universities of the
middle west.
2. Michigan has led in the United
States Senate for twelve years, in
number of graduates.
3. Michigan has led in the United
States House of Representatives for
twelve years, in number of graduates.
4. Michigan is a poor man's, a mid-'
dle man's, and a rich man's university.
Michigan is democartic and cosmopoli-
tan.
5. Michigan is the international
state university, every state in the
union being represented, every exte-
rior possession, except Alaska, and 27
foreign countries.
These are Michigan arguments. They
are arguments that you might be us-
ing every day on prospective college'
students.!
They deserve a place in your scrap
book. You will want them, some time
for reference.
PREVENTION.
An~ ounce of prevention is worth
more than a pound of cure. Serious
illness is usually grounded in neg-
lect of minor complaints. A little at-
tention at the start will save suffer-
ing, time, money and worry, in many
cases life itself.
Through the cooperation of the Uni-
versity healt hservice, The Michigan .

THE FRANI IS E.
Keen interest has been shiowvn in thew
discussion involving the d isfranclhi e-
inent -of the freshman).
Anything is better than-u stagnariti.
If these freshmen are to be aillow.edl
to keep their vote, it must be undeiir-
stood that they mu11st sh1ow a n inter-
est, worthy of the ~l';rloss =o!'the
ballot.
At the present time, the vote is ac-
cepted too much as a matter of fact.
The vote is not a right with the fresh-
man, so much as it is a privilege.
EVoters must be educated. If dis-
franchisement of the freshman is the
best means of educati i, then we be-
lieve in disfranchisement. If agita-
tion will best destroy the "boss" rule,
then wve will agitate.
Both methods should be tried.
AA Y3 11 II5 i M n g r of c a s b s e b l e iiwill m eet the first of next w eek to
arrange this year's schedules, and1.lay
plans for the winter sport. The ca, ll'
for the meeting will be issued u'poi_
Director Rowe's return to AninlArb or,
and the indoor sport will soon be in
full swing.
Practically all of the teams %,ill be-
gin practicing by the end of next wveek,
and as Waterman gyrnnaslumn will be
inadequate to accommo&late all tlw
squads, the Y. M. C. A. court will
be secured. Owing to the reocord,
breaking number' which signed up a.
devotees of the sport, the athletic La-
thorities look for the most hotly con-
tested series in years.

E.CULADR

209 E. Liberty St.i

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SPeCIaLI Agerats For
/.T ails Fork Fipped Chocolates
,atde in the most sanitary factory in the world. The best candies
"e have ever handled. VAN DOREN'S PHIARMALY, 703 Packard St.
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209 SoxitKStaate Street

Ijves clean, wholesome board at $4.25

Across from Russell's
Confectionery store

pers 'week.

Sammfe drriking weater.
C C. I rceerimek n~ Proprietor

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FINE T4IILORINO TRADE

TOBACCO

We can and do give you the limit of excell-
ice in I1 ailoring, this issue, with a complete
ne of up-to-.date woolens, makes us the leaders
iour line.
Respectfully,
Samr Burchfield & Co.

EE the singer full of glee piipingn up Se
Sthe pipe full of Velvet hligout!I
Vz-lvet, the finest of leaf-aged-over two yeas-
loned down-mellowed-fit for' "Prexie,"
himself. Time alone can eliminate all harsh-.
ness-bring about real smoothness, and
develop the taste that's good~ When
exams. loom up and uncertainty is
ripe-a tin of Velvet will help
concentration and study-it's
smooth! At all dealers.

HEAVY, Roll Collar

''SWEATERS"

We'i1

In SPALDING and WE13BER Makes

MACKINAWS all Wool RAINCOATS
GLOVES lNECK WEIAR iios[ERY

FURl 2 oz.
Tins A

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

The 1107 S. University Avenue.j
You my pay alttle mokre for Pack's Portraits, but you will l AA-.AT 1')--4. 1-1-..-.. P?4

One ounce bags,
Sc, convenient for
cigarette smokers

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