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DING
TAILORS

STATIONERY

TIm MIHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at he University of M\ich-
igan. Published every morning except Mon-
day during the university year.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,
Michigan ender Act of Congress of March 3,
1879
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scription price: by carrier, $2.50; by mail,
$3.0, ay antAd. Stations: Press Building;
Quarry's Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; C.
H. Davis, Cor. Packard and State.
Telephones 960 and 2414.

' TYPEWRITERS
Xew, reouilt, and second-
hand
For Sale, $10.00 up
For Rost, $2.00 up
S mos., $5.00
T YPEW R IT I N 6j
0. D. MORRILL 3
L Over Baltimore Lunch

You can't afford to go through 1914 without a
Hfandy Desk Caiendair
The greatest daily comfort of an office. Price 75c.
"EXCE LSIOR" and "NATIONAL"
Diaries at All Prices.

price.
best.
to fit,
lens of
The
in the

We have arranged
with the originator of
the new process of
die stamping to offer
a 2 quire box of pa-
per and envelopes,
paper embossed in
gold. This offer is
without doubt the
greatest ever given.
The price of a regular
die is $2.50 to $4.00.
Our Price $1.25

co.

W JAS I

ISHEEHAN &-CON
STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE

Maurice Toulme...........lanaging Editor
Adna Johnson.. . ..........Business Manager
11. Beach Car penter...........News Editor
Gordon Eldredge '.....Sporting Editor
Fred Foulk ..............Assistant to Editor
Leonard Rieser. ....Intercollegiate Editor
Robert Tannahill .... Music and Drama
Harold Abbott ..... ... ....Cartoonist
Lillian Thomson...........Women's Editor
EDITORIALS
Harold. Iippler Paul Blanshard
Marshall Foote Lester Rosenbaum
Louis David.
NIGHT EDITORS
Leo Burnett Chester Lang:
F. F. McKinney Guy Wells
Henry Rummel Jabin Hsu
Carlton Jenks Bernus Kline
T. Hawley Tapping F. M. Church
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherwood Field Harry Johnson
Myron Watkins
REPORTERS
P. V. Thompson J. M. Barrett
C. A. Swainson D.° R. Ballentine
R. S. Collins Leon Greenebaum
C. L. hendrick W. A. P.JoJhn
P,. C. Roth H. R. Marsh
C. L. Muller Charles Weinberg
Willis Goodenow
BUSINESS STAFF
V. G. Millard Russell Runyan
W. R. Carpenter R. J. Hlofmann
Arthur Tlorrey R. V. Leffler
V. H. Herbert R. G. Sheldon
FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1914.
Night Editor-Y. F. Jabin Hsu.
There will be an important meeting
of the business staff at 4:30 this after-
noon.

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ERE'S A REASON"

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TOM.
Tom is unique. Yet withal a most
singular, curious and engaging per-'
son. We should say personage.
because Tom drives our linotype,
sets our heads,slugs our galleys, proofs
our type, makes-up and locks our
forms-sometimes he breaks up our
first page, but that depends upon his
mood.
And that reminds us of his moods,
which by the way, stamp him the
printer that he is, and fully explains
his avocation. Tom has moods, as ev-
ery artist must have. He loves, he
hates, he chews (as every good Vir-
ginian must) imbibes a wee bit, and
swears tremendously, when occasion
demands; withal he is a mighty engag-"
ing personage, when disposed.
Tom has played the game, as few
have played. He has won and lost and
lost and won. His defeats have been
no more lasting than his victories.
Truly, he is an engaging personage!
and a serious minded body, at the same
time, well stocked with experiences,
worldly advice-no preacher though-
a good listener (excuse this self con-
gratulatory insert) and a superb story
telling adventurer, with some very de-
pendable ideas and convictions.
Yesterday,some one inquired for our
"lithographer." We told them about
Tom and later told Tom about the in-
cident. He laughed and pooh-hooed
the idea, but was mightily pleased
with us, for several hours thereafter.
And we were mightily pleased with
ourselves, for we had discovered some-
thing more effective and less expen-
sive than cigars and passes. At all
events, Tom must be kept in good hu-
mor.
Tom loves us and hates us, and we
love Tom and hate him, intermittently.
He says we can be mighty wicked at

times, and we think the same about
Tom.
But we like Torn best for his moods.
And we like him all the more for his
wickedness. God Bless Him!
P. S. Pardon us dear reader for our
apparent neglect. We know Tom's last
name. We don't think that we could
spell it and if Tom should find it out
there might be a little hard feeling. It
must remain just "Tom" to you, as it.
is to us.
A VIGILANCE COMMITTEE.
The price of demacracy is eternal
vigilance. The sentence has become
more than an epigram with us, it is an
accepted fact and is the foundation of
numberless leagues, voters' societies
and municipal, state and national wel-
fare organizations.
The results of the vigilance commit-
tees, speak for themselves. They have
made possible a New Freedom, out-
voted Tammany, nominated a presi-
dent, revised constitutions, unseated
the wicked and replaced them with
patriots.
Michigan's citizenship has no such
protection. We have accepted the
teachings and precepts of democracy,
seemingly oblivious of the fundamen-
tal maxim, that along with freedom
comes an added responsibility.
A vigilance committee is no panacea,
but it is constructive.
* * * * * * * . * * *
* OF INTEREST TO WOMEN. *
* * * * * * * * * * *
At a meeting of the self-government
committee, together with the class
vice-presidents and representatives
from all women's house-clubs yester-
day afternoon, it was officially decid-
ed to call a mass-meeting of all uni-
versity women in Barbour gymnasium
at 4:00 o'clock next Tuesday afternoon.
The need for self-government and
plans for its establishment will be dis-
cussed, and an attempt made to ascer-
tain the attitude of the women toward
this new movement. The committee
desires that every woman in the uni-
versity will make it a point to be pres-
ent at the mass-meeting.
** *
The first hour of the regular league
party will be given over to a
meeting of the new Women's Dramatic
association in Barbour gymnasium at
4:00 o'clock this afternoon. A consti-
tution of the society will be present-
ed and tryouts will be held for parts in
a play which the association plans to
present in the near future. An hour
of dancing will follow the meeting.
* * *
Dr. Angell will speak at the first
regular meeting of the Girls' Educa-
tional club at 3:00 o'clock this after-
noon in Newberry Hall. All women
who are interested are invited to at-
tend.
Powdered DANCING Wax just what
you want. Major & Co.. eod-Sun

MACK'S
TEA ROOM
Is appreciated by men and
women alike. They like
the service. The ex-
cellent cuisine, and
the quiet cosiness
of the place
Open to 5
Saturd a y s
till 9
Mack & Co.
2nd Floar

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Office supplies of all kinds at
State St. W AH "S

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Main St.

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F. D. Kinne S. W. Clarkson Harrison Soule
President Cashier V. President

FREE FREE
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 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 $10 toj$i5 on every order you place at our
store. Come in and be comvinced.
The Quality Tailors
E. Co FLANDERS
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y209 Cnfectionery store

rLORS TO MFN
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HAVE
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UALIPYS
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MYLES
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Ann Arbor, Mich. The Druggists on the Corner
Capital $i0o,000.p
Surplus and Profits, $65,ooo.
University School of Music
Albert A. Stanley, Director
flaynard Street, Ann Arbor, Mich.
-A School of Music which offers courses in all branches of music of
highest standards.
Students may take regular courses leading to graduation, or they may
take such subjects as they desire, without reference to graduation.
If you are interested in studying some branch of music, please call at
the office and get a copy of the school catalogue which gives full inform-
ation. CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.

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Consolidation

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ie Ann Arbor Savings Bank
al Stock $300,000 Surplus $zoo,006
Resources $3,000,000
General Banking Business Transacted
rs: Chas. E. Hiscock, Pres., W. D. Har-
man, V'ice-Pres., M. 3. Fritz, Cashier
Flowers
DouSins CA Hal
Cho.ae Cwt Flowers
Fine lot of Palms and Ferns for Decorating

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SPRING SHIRTS
At the beginning of the shirt season
when the new ideas first appear and
while you can get your size and sleeve
length in any pattern, you may wish to
make your selections and have us re-
serve them for you for later delivery.

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"LADDIE"
.BY FRED LAWTON

"Little Grey Home in the West"

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