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THE MICHIUAN DAILY

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Have You Tried.

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u looked at our
twear and our
tment of house
We have rub=
heels wide e=
fit the full

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Our New Chocolate at the Fountain?

The powder costs us twice as much per pound as any other
kind and ours is the only fountain where you can get it, hot or
cold.
We are willing to pay the price for the sake of having the best.
Calkins' Pha r m a cy
324 South State Street

Remem.ber
This little fellow can't
deliver all the packages
if all of you put off buying
until the day before X=
mas. We just received a
complete line of holiday
goods;
Suit cases, collar
bags, ties, bath robes,
muttlers, traveling
bags, handkerchiefs,
hose, gloves etc.

--.
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Shoe Sto

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in Street

119 S. Ma

yesterday, today
a n d likely to-
morrow almost ev-
ery store, big and
little, will scream
"We've got the
best!" Just sup-
pose you take a
look at Wadhams
& Co. Suits, Over-
coats, Mackinaws,
Hats, Caps and
Furnishings.
h Main Street
A. MAR UARDT

Ie na-l
arried
e pur-
thletiC
ey are
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the council meetings, to hear the dis-
cussions and serve on council com-
mittees under active councilmen,
without voting power. The council
should have complete records to guide
the successors in office in the conduct
of the rush, elections, football celebra-
tions, spring games, etc.
I do not discuss a new method of
electing because my views correspond
closely with Mr. Fixel's. I do favor a
simple method calling for oral nomi-
nations, followed by one ballot vote
to select the candidates from the list
of oral nominees. I may say also that
my faith in "silent" elections has been
greatly shaken. The wicked will not
obey the rules and the righteous are
shackled by them. I am certainly op-
posed to soliciting of votes by candi-
dates or their friends, but the public
should be Informed about their candi-
dates. E. G. KEMP.
(I) M UNICATION.
(The Michigan Daily assumes no re-
sponsibility for sentiments express-
ed in communications.)
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
As a substitute for the present meth-
od of nominating and electing student
councilmen, I would suggest,
1. No class now entitled to repre-
sentation in the council shall be ac-
corded that privilege unless at least
55 per cent of its members are pres-
ent at the time when councilmen are
nominated.
2. Each class now represented shall
hereafter have one councilman.
3. Nominations shall be oral, and
by simply presenting the names to the
chairman.
4. As soon as the nominations are
closed, the class shall thereupon vote
upon the names proposed, and the two
men receiving the highest number of
votes shall be declared the nominees
for office.
5. There shall be free and open
discussion of a candidate's qualifica-
tion for the office, but absolutely no
pledging of votes or support.
6. Anyone caught pledging or solic-
iting votes, shall be disciplined by the
student council in some substantial
manner.
7. Election.
ROWLAND FIXEL.
CAMPUS IN BRIEF.
-Kentucky club met last evening at
the Union and made plans for the Ken-
tucky special, which will leave Ann
Arbor Friday, December 19, for the
"Blue Grass State." Reduced rates
have been secured for the members of
the club.
-The committee appointed by. the Cos-
mopolitan club, to arrange for the
combined smoker of the club and the
Michigan Union, on January 9, will
hold its first meeting in the annex of
the School of Music, at 4:00 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon.
--Soph engineers will hold their first
dance of the year at the Union Wed-
nesday night. It is called a "What is
it?" party. Dancing will commence at
8:30 o'clock. The chaperones are
Prof. and Mrs. J. P. Bird, and Mr. and
Mrs. 1. A. Kenyon.
--Soph medies will open their social
program for the year with a dinner and
smoker at the Union Tuesday night at
6:00 o'clock. George Watt, president
of the class, will preside as toastmas-
ter. The instructors of the soph med-

ic class have been invited to attend.
-The "fresh lit round-up," held yes-
terday afternoon in Barbour gym, was
attended by over 300 men and women.
-The Boat club will hold a smoker
at the Union at 7:30 o'clock Thursday
night. The membership is now well
up around the 3Q0 mark and an en-
deavor will be made to get everybody
out if possible. A program of short
talks and musical numbers is now be-
ing arranged by the committee in
charge.
-Arthur J. A bbott, °09-'111:x, of Los
Angeles, Cal., has recently been ap-
pointed professorial lecturer of pro-
cedural subjects in Southwestern Uni-
versity, Los Angeles. He will assume
duties in October, 1914, continuing his
practice at the same time.
-.Prof. Charles W. Cobb, '12, at pres-
ent professor of mathematics at Am-
herst College; was married to Miss
Harriet Anderson in New York City
on November 26.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
Members of the band meet at Ran-
dall and Pack's studio today at 1:00
o'clock to have their picture taken.
There will be a rehearsal of the en-
tire cast of the Comedy club at 1:30
today in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Have your portraits made at the
new studio. Hoppe. 59-62
Found-Some money at Granger's
Wednesday night. Loser may have it
by calling 1065-L or 1125 E. Huron.
59
For Rent-One single room or two ad-
joining rooms as a suite. New fur-
niture including desk. Two blocks
from campus. No other roomers.
Phone 1206-L. 58-59
Visit the new studio. Hoppe. 58-9-60
Best shoe shine, hat cleaning and
blocking next to Wagner's. tf
For distinctive portraits. Hoppe.
59-62
Personal Christmas Cards. Leave
your order early at Wahr's Bookstor-
es. 58-67
High class portraits. Hoppe. 59-62
Night lunches delivered. Call 51-L,
301 S. State, Greene's Lunch Room. tf
It's a fact the people are getting
brilliant and high grade portraits at
Hoppe's. 59-62

J. B. EIBLER
109 W. Liberty Street
Across from Mack's side entrance
JEWELRY
Extensive Stock at Reasonable
Prices.
Watch Repairing, Skilled and
Trustworthy. Optical Supplies
Eyes Scientifically Fitted
Do you realize within a few
weeks you will leave for thatt
Christmas vacation ? Drop in
while down town and look over
our line of Holiday suggestions.
Michigan Pins, Fobs, Bars
and Spoons
Silver Purses and Mesh Bags
You will be impressed with the
high quality of goods at prices
that will appeal to you.

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Gym Supplie
Towels,
Wash Cloths,
Hard Water
Castile Soap,
Pro=Athletic
Supporters,
SUGDE NDRUG GCS.

Select row--we will assist you,
41.FWruIT6 F W G

302 S. STATE

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SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR

GAS

C~~OOKP

For Fraternity and Clhb HMouses

~qWo t Ml' Alfb

Increases Cleanliness and Elilciency. Telephone for o
Representative to call and give you expert advice for your Kitchen Equ
ment.

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Washtenaw Gas Comj

Suits Cleaned and Pressed
and repaired
Cor. Main and Huron---Over Farmer's
and Mechanic's Bank.

rue economy.
. Spalding & Bros.
Ave

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WILLIAM E. DIETERLI
FORMERLY THE VARSITY TAILOR OF ANN ARBOR
wishes to announce that he has opened a tailoring establis
ment in Detroit at

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NOTICE
To improve our telephone service we
ve installed a two phone system which
s compelled us to change our present
one number 1550 to 2280.

94 WEST FORT STREET
With a Complete Line of
BRITISH AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS

Ann Arbor Taxicab Co.
300 N. lain Street

Special attention given to my College trade. The same pr:
with Better Satisfaction and Better Workmanship.

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DIE TERLE-VARSITY TAIL

COM 31NIC ATION.
(The Michigan Daily assumes no re-
sponsibility for senitiments express-
ed in communications.)
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
Permit me througah your columns to
accept the invitation of the student
council, and propose the following sys-
tel of election of councilmen:
1. Restrict the size of the council
to nine, with the following apportion-
ment: lit dept.-3, eng. dept.-2, law
dept.-2, med, dept.--1, combined dept.
- .
2. With seniors only eligible, L e.
make it a senior council.
3. Elect councilmen in the spring
of the junior year, say the week fol-
lowing spring recess, to take office au-
tomatically on Commencement day.
4. Require councilmen-elect to at-
tend meetings regularly from the time
of their election, according to existing
regulations of the council, but without
the voting privilege until they take
offlice._
. The actual size and apportion-
nent plan proposed are only tentative
suggestions. But the reform most

wieldy. .It can discuss matters to the
king's taste, but I know from person-
al experience how hard it is to get
twenty-five men together on one plan
of action that is strong and effective.
It is often iimpossible to adopt a pol-j
icy until it has been clipped here ,and
there to suit from five to twenty diver-
gent views, and there is little or no
policy left. Discussion by ten men is
almost as exhaustive as discussion by
twenty-five. A policy and action are
sooner obtained from ten, and much
more likely to be adequate. The cam-
pus wants policy and action more than
discussion. It should be primarily an
executive, secondarily a legislative,l
council. A small body would also cen-
ter responsibility on a few.
2. Seniors receive greater ' respect
than juniors, so if the council is to be
reduced the juniors are the first to be
excluded.
3. The council would be complete at
the opening of the fall term and could
organize and get to work at once. Va-
cancies could be filled by early fall
elections.
4. The principal reason for allow-
ing juniors to hold seats in the coun-

Purchasers of Xmas and New Years C

Expert posing. Fine finishing.
Christmas sittings a specialty. Hoppe
Studio. 58-59-60
EESELL GOOD CLOTHING.
Suits at $10.00-All wool.
Suits at $15.00-All wool, hand tail-
ored,
Suits at $20.00 -Adler's make and
style.
Suits at $25.00-Equal to Finest
Custom work.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main Street. tf
Portraits that please at Hoppe's.
59-62

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Seea Our Window

Finest Assortment of Holiday Goods in the City

The Mayer-Schairer C

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THE E W SO S
"As the Years Roll By"
"I'll Return to You Again"
",-You're the Idol of My Heart"
They are rich in sentiment and music. 10 cents per copy
Our Chrfstmas stock of musical goods has arrived.
GRINNELL BROTHERS
120-122 E. Liberty St. Phone 1707

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Stationers "- Prift ers

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112 South Main Srett.

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needed is to reduce the council to less cil has been to have a nucleus in the
thn half the present size. The pres- fall, and carry over experience from
11t council is inefficient not because the previous year. This consideration
its members are not able, but primar- is satisfied by selecting in the spring,
ily ec ause it is too large and un- and having the councilmen- elect sit in
.0104-100,1 in - A R w 'c "' w Iw

Magazine subscriptions. Best club
rates at Wahr's Bookstores. 58-*67
Call at Hoppe's Portrait Studio and
see the special Xmas folders. On style
in window. 59-62

Developing, and printing.
Genuine Martin Guitars and
lins sold at Schaeberle & Son
House.

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