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!ILU qAU.
,EADING
4T TAILORS
,r to you the
d suit possible
suitable price.
hip the best.
built to fit.
of woolens of
-rL-

i i

ieciaI

This Week

THE MICHIGAN
Official newspaper at the Univ
igan. Published every morning
day during the university year.
l-ntered at the postoffice a
Michigan +ander Act of Congres
Offices Ann Arbor Press P
scription price: by carrier, $S
$3.oo. Want Ad. Stations: P
Qurarry's Pharmacy; Univ-ersity
If. Davis, Cor. Packard and Sta
Telephones 96o and2
Maurice Toulme..........Ma
Ad na Johnson............Bus

DAILY THE NEW C OL LAR
-NOW EADY
ersity of Mich-
g except Mon-
t Ann Arbor, T e M chigan Cai
ss of March 3,
ildin,. ,iAJ- 19 14

A fancy box of initial
staloney with your
initials In pvid.

2.5o; by mail,
ress Building;
Pha inacy; C.
ate.
2414
naging Editor
iness Manager

Wholly different and much more beatiful and artistic tl
ever before. A splendid CHRISTMAS OIFT.
PRICE 5@ CENTS
WA K';

suit

25c

hest qu
assorts
select

ality. the
Went in the
from.
UD COO
ate St.

Formier price 40c

WI
; St

T UNITED LINES
ARBOR TIME TABLE
Express Cars for Detroit-7:xo
ourly to 6:io p. m., also 8:io
Detroit-5:40 a. m., 6:o6 a. m.,
vo hours to 6:o6 p).in., 7:06 p.
M., 9:i0 p. in., and 10:45 P. im.
xi o , 11 :1 5 p. m., Iaz;15 P. m.
i : oo a. m.
for Jackson-7 :46 a. mn. and
urs to 7:46 p. a.
Jackson--5:12 a. m., 6:51 a. i.,
o hours to 6:51 p. m., also 9:20
p. m.
CoX SONS & VININO
72 Madison Ave., NEW YORK
CAPS, GOWNS & HOODS,
For All Degrees
May be Ordered from
MACK & CO.
RS AND MECHANICS BANK
3.105 South Main Street
ipital, $100,000
rofits, . . $69,000

SHEEHAN- & CON
STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE
.iF IT'S $25
that youJcare 'to
pay for your Au-
tumn suit, by all
means haveit tai-
lored-to-order by
Ed. V. Price &
v/ s Co., Merchant Tal-
lors, Chicago. It
is a recognized
fact that no read-
y-made shop or
r small talor can
$2v e yuqual val-
gwcc~r urSee me today
r d

IT. Beach Carpenter............News Editor
Gordon Eldredge............Sporting Editor
bred Foulk ..............Assistant to Editor
l,en Hard Rieser........Intercollegiate Editor
l obert Tannahill ......... Music and Draa
lliaold Abbott...................artoonist
EDITORIALS
Harold Hippler Paul Blanshard
.Iarshall Foote Lester Rosenbaun
Louis David.
NIGHT EDITORS
i.eo Burnett Chester Lang
V. F. MKinney Guy Wells
On Sport Staff
Carlton Jenks IBernus Kline
T. Hawley 'apping
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherwood Field Harry JohnsonI
Myron Watkins
REPORTERS
P. X.Church H. C. Rummel
Y. F. J. Hsu Willis Goodenow
P. F. Thompson J. M. Barrett
C. A. Swainson D. R. Ballentine
R. S. Collins Leon Greenebaum
C. L. Kendrick W. AP. John
E. C. Roth H. R. Marsh
C. L. Muller Charles Weinberg
BUSINESS STAFF
Arthur Torrey W. R. Carpenter
Russell Runyan R. J. lofnann
V. H-. Herbert R G. Sheldon
R. V. Leer'
SATURDAY, DECEM I3 ,A<913
Night Editor-F, F. e.
CHARITY.
Three human virtues have been se-
lected as the greatest of virtues: hope,
faith and charity. Charity has been
chosen as the greatest of the three.
Christmas is rapidly drawing near.
Charity, for the time being, sways the
human heart and hand. Man gives and
receives, and the man who gives the
most receives the most. Christmas is
a feeling rather than a day.
Twenty thousand Christmas stamps
have been placed on sale in local shops
by the Red Cross committee. It is
seldom that Michigan, the Michgan
faculty or the Michigan student, has
the opportunity to contribute so direct-
ly to the needy, the deserving and the
helpless.
A few stamps purchased by you ad-
ded to the stamps purchased by sev-
eral thousand other charitable Mich-
iganders, will furnish the revenue for
the state societies to wage an effective
war against the great white plague,
mankind's rost dangerous and insidi-
ous foe.
THE PROMIS.
The freshmen wur told not tu confus
simplifid speling with mispeling bi an
instruktor on the enjiniring fakulte.
So we thot we wud try owr hand at
this skein. Owr onle restrant iz the
fonetik rul. But we wundr hu kan tel
us how eni wun els hirs. We wud, at
lest, lik to no hu iz to tel us how to
hir.
erors ar du tu ignorans, bekawz we
or owr hiring and we ar having a dev- I
el uv a tim with owr speling. Owr I
We are not shur uv owr punktuashun
wur not brot up on fonetiks.
Lif iz tu short tu unlurn and lurn
agen. -
WEATHER FORECAST.
Some of these last few days had al-
most beguiled us into thoughts of com-
ing spring. Although howling blasts
and cold snows will soon drive away
all visionary warm breezes and clear

LONG ON GOOoD POINTS
by the Maker& ef
TROY'S B ST PRODVCT
LAIRD'S MODERN REPAIR SHOP
The shop on the way
down town-1
214 East Washington Street
sky, foresight shouild now direct our
thoughts toward the activities of
springtime and suggest to the aspirant
for football and track honors that he
might well "keep to the books" during
the long wintry days and so make
credit until the sun shines.
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FREE

FKEE

A Pair of $6,00 Trousers with every Suitor Overcoat order at
$17.50
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 a you like.
Anyone who expects to live and wvear 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
Me.C. LNDR

UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORES

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(Edite'd by Styls.)

3AY!

icious chocolates.
each day in our
They have the
and we guaran-
ly pure.
BEE
LAR PLACE

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Tonight will mark the passing into
history of the thirty-third annual
freshman spread. It was in the year
1881 that the sophomore women con-
ceived the idea of entertaining their
freshman sisters at a characteristic
college girl spread. The affair took
place at the home of one of the soph-
omores, where the hostesses, clad in
caps and gowns, welcomed the green
and tender ones with an assumption
of dignity. The following year, the
freshmen, now sophomores themselv-
es, glad to pass the kindness on, and
anxious to go their predecessors one
better, invited the seniors and juniors
as well, who acted as escorts for the
freshmen. As the years passed and
the number of university women in-
creased, the spread grew also, and in
1889 it was necessary to rent Nichols
Hall on State street for the occasion.
About 16 years ago, the completion of
Barbour gymnasium afforded a large
enough place on the campus, and there
the spread had been held ever since
The freshman spread is the one
event of the year at which all the
women of the university have a chance
to meet, chaperoned by the dean of
women, the president's wife, and the
wives of the deans of the several de-
partments. It is the oldest and finest
tradition that Michigan women have
to uphold.
But of late, some of the upperclass
women have been deploring the pres-
ent tendency to make the spread a
formal affair. After all, it is a spread,
not a banquet or a ball, and it ought
to be pervaded by the same spirit that
characterized it in years long past.
if the women of '83 could be present
at this glorified "spread" of ours, no
doubt they would be glad to see that
the tradition which they inaugurated
has so well endured, but would they
not yearn a little for the spirit of jolly
informality that prevailed at their
spread?
It is this conviction that has led the
junior advisors to request the escorts
of the freshmen to dispense this year
with carriages and flowers, and to
help in every way to make tonight's
event less formal.

209 E. Liberty St

Special Agernts For
Ua1s Fork Dipped Chocola
Made in the most sanitary factory in the world. The best candie
we have ever handled. VAN DOREN'S PHARIMACY, 703 Packa
209 So' h StaaneI Street
Gives clearh, whoIesoxme board at $4

per eek..

C.C.]Free mm .,P roc

Acrrmss8Jrd
Contecii

denteSupplies and Note Books,
epartment Stationery and
Envelopes,
Fountain Pen Hospital,
Oliver Typewriter Agency.
NG F. SCHLEEDE, 340 S. STATE STREET

FTHE
SMOOTHEST
TOBACCO

A $
r

i

EW sophomores but have a smok-
ing knowledge cf Velvet-the
greatest of tobacco leaf-the olden
days method of curing by aging-2 years of hanging in the
warehouse under perfect conditions-a perfect seasoning-a
mnellowing that dispels every vestige of leaf harshness-a sweet,
emooth flavor of tobacco that challenges fle best smoke you
ever experienced. Can't burn hot-can't bite! Smoke it as often as
you will it is always the same delightful pipeful-Velvet"u-naoth.
Today or any time you say-at all dealers.

JRCHFIE LD

&

CO.

FINE TAILORING TRADE

We can and do give you the limit of excell-
ce in Tailoring, this issue, with a complete
e of up-to-date woolens, makes us the leaders
our line.
Respectfully
Sam Burchfield & Co.

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"SWEATERS"

The kind to dance in
Fumed Oak
Colorer _
Enih
Boots Rubber Sole
Stitcbeo TipI
Invisible Eyelets
A Swell Shoe
$5.00
WAGNER & C0.

Full Two
Ounce Tin.

In SPALDINC and WEBBER Makes

ACKINAWS all WoolI
LOVES NECKWEAR

RAINCOATS
HOSIERY

1n str t
OR MEONLYqlet des-
cribang a news
treatntt for all
safety razor blades, making one bladle
,last a lifetimre and( be bet ten than «hen
p-rchased. S-nt on receipt of25c il coin,
CLAUDE WOLFE, Howard City, Mich.

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

day, December 15in a new musical
comedy by Anne Cadwell, author of
"The Lady of the Slipper." Prominent
in Miss Ring's support are Harry Con-
o a celebrated comedian, and Marion
Sunshine, formerly of the vaudeville
tcam of "Tempest and Sunshine." As
.usual an attractive chorus surrounds
the star. Milss Ring' songs thnis year
E no conceded to ~be better Ilan ever

STATE STREET
ie Varsity Toggery Shop
1107 S. University Avenue.

MUSIC ANID DRAMA.

Jolaen (adia smiles "
tJolly Blanche Ring wyill be t

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