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DING
TAILORS

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This Week

offer to you the
ilored suit possible I
most suitable price.
nanship the best.
suit built to fit.
tock of woolens of
hest quality. The
assortment in the
select f rom.
In WILD CO.'
I S. State St.
IT UNITED LINES
ARBOR TIME TABLE
Express Cars for Detroit--7 :I
hiourly to 6:io p.i-., also 8:io

A fancy box of Initial
stationery with your
Initials' In gold.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official vewsaper attle University of Mick-
igaw. Published every :mornling except Mot-
(lay durinig tihe uiversity year.
Lntered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor;
Michigan under Act of Congress.of Macl-h 3,
1879-
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Suh-
scription price: by carrier, $2.o; by n-ail,
X3.oo. Want Ad. Stations: Press Bilding;
Quarry's Pharmacy ; University Pharmacy -C.
11. IDavis, Cur. Packard and State.
Telephones 960 and 24T4.
Maurice Taulne ........Managing Editor
Adna Johnson............Business Manager
11. Beach Carpenter............News Editor
Gordon Eldredge...........Sporting Editor
Fred Foulk ..............Assistant to Editor
Leonard Rieser........Intrcollegiate Editor
Rob~ert 'an"iahill '..... Musicand r"aa
Harold Abbott...................Cartoonist
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TYPEWRITERS
re , reUilt, axd second
hand
For Sale, $10.00 up
For Rent, $2.00 up
3 mos., $5.00

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(NOW READY
T"he Michign Calendar
1914
Wholly different and much more beatiful and artistic than
ever before. A splendid CHRISTMAS GIFT.
PICE 50 CENTS
WAHRK'S

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Harold >lippler
Mlarshaillfoots

OIITRIALS
Paul Blanshard
Lester Rosenbanu
Louis David.

6HEEHAN R
STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE

pt-5:40 a. in,,6:o6 a.i.,
urs to 6:o6 p. m., 7:06 p.
nio p. in, and s0:45 -p. In.
11:15 p. M-f., 12:15 P. im.'
a. m.
ackson-7 :46 a. m. and
7:46 p.mi.
Ion-5:12 a. m., 6: 5 a. in.,.
rs to 6:51 p. In., also 9:20
COX SONS & VININGO
72 Madison Ave., NEW YORK
MAKERS OF
CAPS, GOWNS & HOODS
For All Degrees
May be Ordered from
MACK & CO.
Clarkson Harrison Soule
shier V. Presidient
IONAL BANK
Arbor, Mich,
.1 $100,000.
Profits, $65,ooo.

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ASK THE FAT
MAN where hegets
his nice appear-
ing clothes and
it's ten to one he
will say--F. W.
Gross local deal-
er or Ed. V. Price
& co. who enjoy
their reputation
forbuildingclothes
that make the
large figure look
more graceful.

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NIGHT EDITORS
Leo Burnett Che-er Lan
F. F, McKinney lGs11Wells
On Sport Staff
Carlton Jenks Bernus Kline
T. Hawley Tapping
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherwood Field IlIarry J.ohnison
Myron Watkins
REPORTERS
F. M. Church. 11. C., Rummel
1. F. 1. Hsu WVillis Goodexiow
P. F. iThompson I. AI. Barrett
C. A. swainsoin 1). 1R. Ballentine
R. S. Collins Leo1n Grcenblaum
C. L. Kendrick W. A. P John
E. C. Roth !I. R. Marsh
C. L. Muller Charles Weinberg
BUSINESS STAFF
Arthur Torrey W. R, Carpenter
Russell Runyan1 . J l>ofnnaun
V. If. Herbert V, ;. Sheldlon
R. V. Leffler
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1913.
Night Editor-Henry C. Rummel.
TRADITIONS VS. INSTITUTIONS
How often are traditions confused
with institutions! The regents pass a
resolution establishing Convocation
day as an institution and the campus
promptly begins to talk about the new
tradition. The student council author-
izes the wearing of toques thereby
creating a new institution, and imme-
diately a so-called new "tradition"
takes hold.
There are great differences between
traditions and institutions. Traditions
are practices that grow up without le-
gal restraint or regulation; institu-
tions are formulated by legally consti-
tuted bodies acting in their official ca-
pacities.
THE NEW IDEA.
Delta Sigma Rho has undertak-
en to champion a new idea
and an idea that will work
great results for Michigan debating
if the suggestion of an all-fresh de-
bating team is carried out. It is said,
on the best authority, that the all-
fresh football team is almost indis-
pensible to Michigan football.
What is true of football is true of

SAFECUARDS!
The wholesale thanks of the univer-
sity is due the regents, and those mem-
hers of the faculty and of the student
body, now perhaps numbered among
the alumni, who made the University
health service possible. Recent statis-
tics show it is being generally used;
the very purpose for which it 'was
founded. Immatutre though it is, it
will accommodate a greater demand.
Its worth has been proved. The
absence of any widespread malady
about the campus is one of the most
satisfactory results. Safeguarding the
health of the student will be pointed
out one of the biggest accomplish-
me-ts of the year.
A REFORM.
The plan proposed by the board of
directors of the athletic association
for disfranchising the freshmen for a
portion of a semester, by transferring
two elections over to the spring is
certainly a step in the right direction.
liut it does not remove all the evils,
which might be destroyed by a year's
disfranchisemecut.
It is impossible for man to acquire
enough knowledge to vote intelligently
in two weeks and under the proposed
plan the first election of the year will
be deferred until January.
It is to be hoped that the board will
pass favorably on the, proposed con-
stitutional chamge at its meeting next
w eek.

A Pair of $6.00 Trousers with every Suit or Overcoat order at
To everyone ordering a Suit or Overcoat during this sale we will give
you absolutely FREE a pair of $6.oo Trousers of the same 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 time. opportunity.
We guarantee to save you $io to $15 on every order you place at our
store. Come in and be convinced.
The Quality Tailors
E. C. FLANDERS

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Miss Catherine Bigelow, director of
Barbour gymnasium, will resign her
position at the close of the college
year. Miss Bigelow and a friend,
Miss Christine Schott, of Galveston,
Texas, have purchased a farm near
San Angelo, Texas, and expect to be-
gin extensive farming after the clos-
ing of college.
Miss Bigelow has been physical di-
rector of women at the university for
a number of years, and has been an
enthusiastic leader and plarticipator in
all women's activities. Ier absence
will be very keenly felt.

dan.
All women who have not recived
invitations to the freshman spread, and
all freshmen whose escorts have not
yet called upon them, are requested
to communicate at once with Miss
Margaret Supe, 1112 Washtenaw.
* * *
Invitations have been issued set-
ting December 13 as the date of Miss
fligelow's annual cotillion for women
enrolled in gymnasium work.
* * *
Mrs. Joseph Lybrand Markley, 1816
Geddes, will be at home to college
women from 3:00 to 5:30 o'clock this
afternoon.
Women wishing employment dur-
ing Christmas vacation may apply to'
Mrs. Jordan.
31 USJCAL CLUBS MAY STAGE
THREE ANN ARBOR CONCERTS
Three more concerts are expected
to be staged in Ann Arbor by the
combined Glee and Maridolin clubs, be-
fore they leave on their annual trip,
April 3. The final decision as to the
holding of these concerts will be de-
cided upon at a meeting of the execu-
tive committee, which will be held
some time this week. If the present
plans are approved, the clubs will
start their long tour with approxi-
mately $3,000, besides all that which
will be promised by guarantees, from
the different.places at which the musi-
cians may stop at enroute.

SHOE REPAIRS ?

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FIRST CLASS SHOE REPAIR
JOHN H. LAMBERT
613 EAST WILLIAM
Otilcal Shoe Doctor to Michigan
Football Team
WAI KING L®
Come Up and Try
George's Chop Sue:
Delicious Chinese and American Dish
341 South State Street Phone 11

Bacteril
Patholo,

ORS TO MEN

OUR SPECIAL $30.00 SUITS
HAVE
SUALITY that
LYALIFYS
JU I C K L Y
Jniversity Ave. HEN RY &

debating. Michigan has a great rec- The women of the university extend
ord in both activities to uphold. to Miss Bigelow sincere wishes for
Both are equally worthy and both success in her future undertaking.
are equally important to a symmetri- * * *
cal development. Thirty Michigan women whose hom-
es are in the state of Pennsylvania,
FITTING! will meet at a tea at the Cannon
Picking the mythical All-American league house this afternoon, to dis-

and
Medical Student Supplies
Quarry Drug Co.
The Druggists on the Corner

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football eleven is truly a difficult and
thankless task. Each year we are ac-
customed to turn our gaze eastward,
for the selection of the "Dean of East-
ern Critics," as the final authority. Is
there any reason why the choice of our
own Felding H. Yost, football coach
premier, should have any the less
weight as an authority? The eyes of
the football world have been upon him
this fall and he has proved his merits.
Three Michigan men have been se-
lected on his team. Each is a won-
derful player. Each has our heartiest
congratulations.

cuss plans for forming a permanent
organization. Several faculty women,
whose homes are in Pennsylvania, will
be present. Miss Mary Purdy, '15,
anI Miss Dorothy Sturgeon, '16, will
act as hostesses.
* * *
Women desiring spectators' tickets
for the freshman spread, admitting to
the gallery, but not to the dancing,
may purchase them at the door for
25 cents. University women may
bring guests, andl may purchase extra
tickets, admitting to dance and sup-
per, at 50 cents each from Mrs. Jor-

Special Ags.nts For
aIls Fork Dipped Chocolates
Made in the most sanitary factory in the world. The best candies
we have ever handled. VAN DOREN'S PHARMACY, 703 Packard St.
hANN ARBOR DYE WORKS

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lotbes that are Tailored Right
"That's the kind that we make." A call is solicited.

ARTISTIC FRENCH DRY,
STEAll CLEANERS

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Phone 628

Consolidation

204 East Washington
ANN ARBOR DYE WORKS
G. H. KUHN

UNIVERSAL CLEANING WORKS
T. E. WAHL

Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Stock $s00,sooo Surplus $1oo,ooo
Resources $3,000,000
eneral Banking Business Transacted
Chas. E. Hiscock, Pres., W. D. Iar-
n, Vice-Pres., M. J. Fritz, Cashier
lowers
Ousirxs CA la'. I
ho.e cut Flow.r
e lot of Palms and Ferns for Decorating

607 E. William St.
:Second Floor
ARO
XJCOLLAR
Cluett. Peabody & Co., Inc. Makers

The kind to dance in
Fumed Oak
Colore d
English-
Boots Rubber Sole
Stitched Tip
Invisible Eyelets
A Swell Shoe
$5.00
WAPNER & CON
, STATE STREET

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PRESS BVILDINGMAYNARD ST.
Auroas from Majostlo
THE NEW
Now on Sale

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