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January 17, 1914 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1914-01-17

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'HE LEADING
ZCHANT TAILORS
Ve offer to you the
tailored suit possible
e most suitable price.
kmanship the best.
,y suit built to fit.
stock of woolens of
ighest quality. The
st assortment in the
to select from.
311 S. State St.

STATIONERY

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We have arranged
with the originator of
the new process of
die stampirg 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

Official newspaper at he University of Mich-
igan. Published every morning except Mon-
day during the university year.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,
Michigan nder Act of Congress of March 3,
1879.
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scription price: by carrier, $a.o; by mail,
$3.00. Want Ad. Stations: Press Building;
Quarry's Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; C.
I-. Davis, Cor. Packard and State.
Telephones 96o and 24r4.
Maurice Toulme...........Managing Editor
Adna Johnson ............Business Manager
H. 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 Hippler Paul Blanshard
Marshall Foote Lester Rosenbaum
Louis David.

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You can't afford to go through 1914.without a
Hiandy Desk Cs%.end~.i
The greatest daily comfort of an office. Price 75
"EXCELSIOWL" and "NATIONAL

Diaries at All Prices.

Office supplies of all kinds at
State St. Main St.

2 for 25 cents
TRQV'S BEST PRODUCT
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ROIT UNITED LINES
NN ARBOR TIME TABLE
and Express Cars for Detroit-7:1o
and hourly to 6:ro p. in., also 8:io
irs for Detroit-5:40 a. m., 6:o6 a. m.,
ery two hours to 6:o6 p. m., 7:o6 p.
o6 p. in., 9:i0 p. in., and 10:45 p. m.
silanti only, ix:-s p. mn., 125 p. M.
p. m., :oo a. m.
Cars for Jackson-7:46 a. m. and
:wo hours to 7:46 p. in.
rs for Jackson-5:r2 a. m., 6:51 a. m.,
ery two hours to 6:51 p. m., also 9:20
11:15 p. M.

SIBEHAN & ciO.
STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE
0OOD FOR ONE DOLLAR
From Monday Jan. 19th
until Feb. 'st. 1914 we{
will receive this Coupon
the same as ONE DOL-
LAR in currency when
the
PURCHASE AMOUNTS TO $5.00
Only one Coupon will be
received on a single pur-
chase. Whatever you bny
wewill releive this coupon
in part payment.
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Leo Burnett
F. F. McKin

NIGHT EDITORS
Chester Lang
mney Guy Wells
nel1 M Jabin IHsu I

* OF INTEREST TO WOMEN.

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On Sport Staff
Carlton Jenks
T. Hawley Tapping

Bernus Kline
F. M. Church

ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sheriwood Field Harry Johnson
Myron Watkins
REPORTERS
P. F. Thompson J. M. Barrett;
C. A. Swainson D. R. Ballentine
R. S. Collins Leon Greenebaun
C. L. Kendrick W. A. P. John
E. C. Roth H. R. Marsh
C. L. Muller Charles Weinberg
Willis Goodenow
BUSINESS STAFF
F. G. Millard Russell Runyan
W. R. Carpenter R. J. Hofmann
W. 13. Chase R. V. Leffler
V. H. Herbert R. G. Sheldon
SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1914.
Night Editor-F. F. McKinney.
Today a question of the utmost im-
portance to the students is to be de-
cided. . ffyou are at all interested in
things Michigan you must vote. This
means that you are interested, it
means that you must show this inter-
est by casting your ballot for what you
believe is right, for what you believe!
is best for the university.
("(1 out! Tote!

* * * * * a * a * *
A second semester class in fencing,
open to senior, junior, and sophomore
women, is now being formed at Bar-
bour gymnasium. The normal class
in folk dances, and playground games,
which was given the second semester
of last year, will again be offered.
Women who wish to enter these class-
es are asked to register at once at Miss
Bigelow's office. The swimming sched-
ule for the second semester will be
posted in the office Monday, January
19.
* * *
A luncheon, followed by a dance, will
be given for sophomore women at the
Union at noon today. Tickets are 50
cents, and may be purchased from the
members of the social committee.
* * *
{ Dr. James R. Angell, son of Presi-
dent-Emeritus Angell angd dean of the
faculties of the University of Chicago,
will speak on "The Problem of Voca-
tional Education for College Women"
this afternoon at 3:00 o'clock before
the Ann Arbor branch of the Collegiate
Alumnae association at Mrs. E. C. God-
dard's home, 1212 Hill street.

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 $6.00 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

209 E. Liberty St.

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COX SONS & VINING
72 Madison Ave., NEW YORK
TMAKER1S OF
CAPS, GO WNS & HOODS
For All Degrees
May be Ordered from
MACK & Co.

Special Agents ror
U ails Fork Dipped Chocolates
Made in the most sanitary factory in the world. The best candies
we have ever handled. VAN DOREN'S PH ARMACY, 703 Packard St.
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DTHY B. LOWRY
CHIROPRACTOR
(Ki-ro-prak-ftor}
rs 1-6 daily. Telephone, Bell 4oi-J
d Adjusting Parlors: Rooms 604.r66
'1 Bank Bldg., Maio and Huron Sts.
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN

209 South state Street

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THE POPULAR PLACE
Choc'lates
The Best You Ever Tasted
Our Lunch Deparmtent is Growing
"THERE'S A REASON"

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TX ET SUPPLIES
epartment Paper and Envelopes, Embossed Stationary
LTERMAN, CONKLIN, MOORES & STERLING Fountain Pens
Fountain Pen H o s p i t al
lue BooksIrving F. Schleede
340 S. State St.

VIGILANTS-WHO? MUSIC AND DRAMA
Mr. Voter before you go to the polls
we want to give you the names of the "Bought and Paid For."
Vigilant committee. Their motive was Of unusual interest is the announce-
purely one of unselfish service. The ment that George Broadhurst's suc-
members have nothing to gain person- cessful drama, "Bought and Paid For,"
ally by a direct election scheme. The will appear at the Whitney theatre on
agitation was taken up as a matter of January 27. When this piece was first
duty. produced in New York, it was hailed
Obviously the students to take up as the triumph of the century, and ran
these matters are the students in for more than a year at the Playhouse.
whom you have shown confidence. You After repeating its success in Chicago
have selected them to represent you and Boston, "Bought and Paid For"
in various capacities. In return they was sent on a tour of the smaller cit-
must take the lead in other matters ies. The company that William A.
and see that you have your rights. Brady will present in Ann Arbor is in
Who is it would say that the follow- every way equal to the original.
ing list of men are purely sentimental____________
in their democracy? UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
Edward Kemp, '12-'14L, John Lip-
pincott, '14, Rowland Fixel, '12-'14L, Senior lits inspect class canes this
Selden Dickinson, '13-'15L, Louis Hal- morning from 9:00 till 12:00 o'clock
ler, '11-'14L, Wallace Ratliff, '14E, in University hall.
Robert Sturtevant, '14, Percy Crane, "Scarecrow" rehearsal in University
'15, Marshall Foote, '14-116L, and a Hall 2:00 o'clock today.
representative from The Daily. Women's league board meeting at
All of these men have seen the board 9:00 o'clock today, Barbour gym.
in control at its best and at its worst. Band rehearsal University Hall at
And it is their judgment, founded on 1:00 o'clock today.
several years of experience, that the
general student body can be depend- CAMPUS IN BRIEF
ed upon with a greater degree of cer-
tainty than the small body of direct- -Only 475 senior pictures have beer;
ors. taken for the 1914 Michiganensian
If you want to make a "ring" in- This leaves as many again to be ar-
possible in the future, vote today. ranged for by February 15. After
February 1 the fee charged for making
Any of your clothes need repairing cuts will be raised 25 cents.
or altering? That's our.specialty. C. --Fresh engineers organized a hockey
I. Kidd, 1112 S. University, 1530-J. tf team at their assembly Wednesday

Gives clean, wholesome board at $4.25
per week. Sfe drinking wwter.
C. C. Freemrhen, Proprietor

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A good friend is the friendly
coach-who comes and brings
a tin of Velvet and helps you
n the nick of time.
SVelvetis a remarkable tobacco-In
these hurry-up days it takes its time.
Takes two years of mellowing
to take out all harshness and
bite"-make the tasterich and
qguality "smooth.
Thats why Velvet is a help.
f -l smoke -never irritates
just delivers the maximum of
pipe pleasure- that we're all
after. At all dealers.

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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Full Two
Ounce Tin.

One ounce bags, 5 cents, con.
venient for cigarette smokers.

JANUARY-SALE
ON
Shirts, Hats and Caps,
Mackinaws, Sweaters,
Gloves-Fur and Fleece Lined
Fur and Sealskin Caps, Etc.

morning. G. Scheibel was elected
manager.
-Soph engineers are requested to dis-
continue the wearing of yellow tassels
on their toques until the official adop-
tion of the proposed plan. The men,-
tor groups of the class, after a heated
discussion, laid the matter on the table
till the next regular meeting of the
student council.
--Mr. J. J. Cox, instructor in civil en.
gineering, and Mr. S. J. Hoexter, in-
structor in the drawing department
were elected president and secretary
respectively of the Michigan Engineer-
ing Society which has just concluded

its annual meeting at Lansing. These
men will hold office for one year. Mich-
igan men played a- prominent part
in the meeting. Papers were read by
Prof. W. C. Hoad, Prof. J. R. Allen and
H. F. Vaughan, '13. A speech was
made by Prof. H. E. Riggs. The next
meeting of the society will be held in
Ann Arbor.
- -Wilfred B. Shaw, secretary of the
Alumni association, has received.a let-
ter from an alumnus in Houston, Tex-
as, stating that the Michigan alumni
in that city are planning to form an
alumni association.

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