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LEADING
I'NT TAILORS

Jilst a few sUig-'
Harrison Fisher's
Beauties,

We offer to you the
tailored suit possible
ie most suitable price.
rkmanship the best.
ry suit built to fit.
stock of woolens of
highest quality. The
est assortment in the
to select from.
3. WitD StO.
311 S. State St.

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T HE MICIIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
igan. Published every morning except Mon-
day d"ing the university year.
Entered at the postoflice at Ann Arbor,
Michigan finder Act of Congress of March 3,
1879.
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scription price: by carrier, $2.5o; by mail,
$3.0o. Want Ad. Stations: Press Building;
Quarry's Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; C.
I. Davis, Cor. Packard and State.
Telephones 960 and 24r4.
Maurice Toulme.........Managing Editor
Adna Johnson..........Business Manager
II. Beach Carpenter..........News Editor
Gordon Eldredge......... Sporting Editor
Fred Foulk..............Assistant to Editor
Leonard Rieser........Intercollegiate Editor
Robert Tannahill.........:Music and Drama
Harold Abbott ................Cartoonist
LillianT 'homso*-...........Women'sditor
EDITORIALS

THE NEW COLLAR-
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There is nothing sogood as GOOD BOOKS for

Harrison Fisher's
''A Girl's Life"
A Little Girl's Book
Michigan Pillow Cov-
ers.
College Jewelry
Pins- L ockets=Rings
Watch Fobs
tH at Pins
SHIEEHAN &CO.
STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE
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L ONON N GOOD POIxNTS
by the smakers of
TROY'S BEST PRODUCT

Chri stimas Gifts
Holiday editions are more beautiful this year than ever before.
Michigan's Scrap Books, Song Books, Calendars, Post Cards, Ec., Etc.
State St. Main St.
Two Stores
aL

Harold Hipp
Marshall Foo
Leo Burnett
F. F. McKin
Henry Rumn

ier Paul Blanshard
te Louis DavidLester Rosenbaum LAIRD'S MODERN REPAIR SHOP
NIGHT EDITORS The Shop on the way
Chester Lan down town.l

FREE

FREE

ney
nel

Guy Wells
rJabina )::su 214

On Sport Staff
Ca wlton Jenks
Tr. Hawley TLapping

East Washington Street

Bernus Kline
F. M. Church

IT UNITED LINES
ARBOR TIME TABLE
Express Cars for Detroit-7:10
hourly to 6:io p. m., also 8:ro
r Detroit--5:40 a. m., 6:o6 a. m.,
wo hours to 6 :o6 p. in., 7 :o6 p.
M., 9:10 p. m., and 1o:45p. i.
ti only, 1 r:15 p. M., 12:15 p. M.
1: oo a. m.
for Jackson-7:46 a. n. and
ours to 7:46 p. m.
r Jackson-5:12 a. m., 6:51 a. ra.,
wo hours to 6:51 p. M., also 9:20
P. m.
COX SONS & VINING
72 Madison Ave., NEW YORK
MAKERS OF
CAPS, GOWNS & HOODS
For All Degrees
May be Ordered from
MACK & CO.
RS AND MECHANICS BANK
03.105 South Main Street

F r
Ameri
$15 Su
coats, j
to give
or a ne
Come
these

an el
fteen
ca's greatest
fits and over.
guaranteed
e good service
ew one FREE,
in and inspect.
garments.

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ASSISTANTS TO BUSIN
Sherwood Field
Myron Watk
REPORTER
P. F. Thompson
C. A. Swainson
R. S. Collins
C. L. Kendrick
14. C. Roth
C. L. Muller
Willis Gooden
BUSINESS 5T.
F. G. Millard
W. R. Carpenter
Arthur Torrey
V. H. Herbert

ESS MANAGER! DOROTHY B. LOWRY
Harry Johnson CHIROPRACTOR
insI (Iti-ro-prak-tor)
RS Office Hours 1-6 daily. Telephone, Bell 401-J
J. M. Barrett Offices and Adjusting Parlors: Rooms 604-6o6
D. R. Ballentine First Nat'l Bank Bldg., Main and Huron Sts.
Leon Greenebaum ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
W. A, P. John ____:____'____k__his_____ing____the_
H. R. Marsh
Chrlsw enbrgat 8:.00 o'clock this evening- at the

A Pair of $6.O0 Trousers with every Suitor Overcoat order at
$17.m50
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.fL ANDERS

Russell Runyan
R. J. Hofman
R. V. Leffler
R. G. Sheldonk

$1000

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a $69,000[

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I Will Convince You
make the Best Chocolates you ever tasted.
Bring this coupon which is worth 25c toward the
purchase of a box of our home made chocolate.
Chocoate 0c Vrsi, .B.tter .,Swe 6c

Chocolate 80c. -Varsity Bitter Sweet 60c.
11. Milk Chocolates 60c the pound.
BUSY BEE-

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1913.
Night Editor-Henry C. Rummel.
Important meeting of the Cubs' club
at i:UO o'clock this afternoon in the
editorial rooms.
"COLLEGERS."
Suit case labels are the unhappy tes-
timonials of a by-gone age; an age
when the "colleger," the absurdly exag-
gerated peg-topped trousers, the post-
age stamp head gear and other college
rah-rahisms enjoyed wide popularity,
to the disadvantage and malignment
of the real purposes of higher educa-
tional advantages.
The man who blatantly and boast-
fully advertises his associations to the
world, shows wretchedly poor judg-
ment. The finer sensibilities of an ed-
ucated atmosphere revolt at obstrus-
ive methods.
A Michigan man has good cause to
be proud. But Michigan would rather
be advertised by the superiority of the
man himself than by a plastered suit'
case.
The Michigan Union button distin-
guishes the wearer sufficiently and,
at the same time, is a fitting adver-
tisement.
THE PEACE CONTEST.
For several years the university
Peace oratorical contest has been
growing in interest and importance.
Michigan owes to her speakers of this
evening- a large and attentive audi-
ence.
More and more the public is looking
to the university to sanely discuss and
solve the great problems of our social:
situation. Certainly no problem de-
serves more intelligent and continued
discussion than the problem of war.
MUSIC AND DRA)IIA.
Faculty Concert.
The last concert under the auspices
of the university school of music be-
Core the holiday recess will be given

school of music by Miss Nell B. Stock-
well, of the piano department. The
recital is complimentary to the general
public.
The following program will be play-
ed:
Organ-Prelude and Fugue in D ...
... ....Bach-Busoni
Gondoliera..................Liszt
Nocturne, Op. 62, No. 1 ...... Chopin
Capriccio, Op. 76, No. 1......Brahms
L'Alouette.........Glinka-Balakirew
Pastorale Variee............Mozart
Humoreske, Op. 20 ........ Schumann
Whitney Theatre.
"The Sunny Side of Broadway,"
written and featured by Max Bloom,
will be the attraction at the Whitney
theatre for three nights starting
Thursday, December 18, with matinees
Friday and Saturday at 3:00 o'clock.
This merry farce has been given in
Ann Arbor before, and is sure of a
hearty welcome. A company of 30, in-
cludiig an attractive chorus, has been
employed to assist Mr. Bloom in his
fun making. Popular prices are an-
nounced for the engagement.
* * * * * * * * * * *

Special Allenmts For
al Fork Dipped Chocolates
Made in the most sanitary factory in the word. The"est candies
we have ever handled. VAN DOREN'S PtIA RMAY, 703 Packard St.
T he .62, 1111b..Hm e a
209 Soxtlh Stie.te Street
Gives clean. vwholesome lboard at $4.25
per week. 80&fe drinkin WA-ter.
C. C.Frcee a'n, Pr-oprifetor

209 E. Liberty St.

Across from Russell's
Conectioner) store

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OF INTEREST TO WOMEN.
(Edited by Stylus.)

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Student Supplies and Note Books,
Department Stationery and
Envelopes,
Fountain Pen Hospital,
Oliver Typewriter Agency.
RVING F. SCULEEDE, 340 S. STATE STRET
I...A

During the Christmas vacation the
committee on self-government will
work with Mrs. F. N. Scott of the local
assceiation of collegiate alumnae, in
formulating a set of house rules to be
submitted to the various women's
house clubs as a standard system of
regulations. They may be adopted or
not at the discretion of each group.
According to the leaders of this
movement the suggestions have not
been started with any intention of
forcing restrictions upon the women
students, but simply to place before
all a uniform system for group gov-
ernoent. The adoption of such a sys-
tem would anticipate the action of as
well as aid the committee on house-
clubs, which in 1915 will make anoth-
er such investigation into rules and
conditions as was made in the early
part of this year. It is hoped also that
these rules will form a basis for the
system which must of necessity be
formulated when the new residence

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SMOOTHEST

All the cornforts--
When good fellowvs get together-
then Velvet is supreme This su-
perb leaf has hung i the warehouse
over two years-a tremendous
change-all harshness is nullified-
the leaf grows rich-remarkably
smooth-and in the pipe, Ye gods!
what a smoke! It's too smooth to
bite-toomellow tobe anything but
the best smoke on earth. That's why
it's called Velvet. One tin is a
revelation. At all dealers.

URCHFIELD

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FINE TAILORING TRADE

*J~ts~~5~acco eo:

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

One ounce
bags, 5 cents,
Convenient
for cigarettei
omokers

loG
Full Two
Ousce Tins

XM S

G IFT

We will be pleased to show you our line of
Silk Neckwear Unibellas Dress Shirts

Silk Hosiery

Bath Robes and Dress Vcsts
House Slippers Dress Gloves

Silk Sca
Shirts
Gloves

arfs

Pajamas Dress Studs anl Links
Box of Collars Hats and Seal Caps
A nobby Rain Coat or a Mackinaw

halls are ready for occupancy. f
The committee on residence halls
has expressed a hope that every worm
an in the university will make it a
point to come back after the Christmas
vacation, prepared to contribute 50
cents to the residence hall fund.
"I wish all the women could realize
that this movement is one of the most
important that Michigan women have
ever participated in, and that to con-
tribute to the fund is helping toward
a great cause. Fifty cents is not too
much for anyone, and as there are,
about eight hundred women, the ag-

gregate would help materially." Treas-
urers will be appointed from the vari-
ous classes to take charge of the con-
tributions.
About thirty members of the Girl's
Glee club are planning a trip to Jack-
son at an early date, where they expect
to give a concert under the auspices
of the Ladies' Tourist club.
Women desiring employment during
Chrstmas vacation may apply to Mrs.
Jordan or Miss Ellen Moore.
See windows of Haller Jiewelry Co.
for Xmas presents. 306 S. State.

At Varsity Toggery Shop' I
1107 S. University Avenue.

a little more

Pack's Portr.

but you will
y in them"

RAND A LL P ACR,

PHOTOGRAPI

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