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-THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

iE LEADING
HANT TAILORS
e offer to you the
ilored suit possible
most suitable price.
nanship the best..
suit built to fit.
tock of woolens of
;hest quality. The
assortment in the
select from.
L WILD C-.
I S. State St.

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Tcxt-B0ooks
New and second-hand, all
de partmnentis
DRAW IN G
INSTRUMENTS
We can save you money by buying the
Richter Brand.
1OG LOG SLIDE RULES

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
igan.
Published every morning except Monday dur-
ing the university year.
Entered at the p:ostoffice at Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan under Act of Congress of March 3,
1879.
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $2.50; by
.nail $3.00.,
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy; University Pharmacy;
C. H. Davis. Cor. Packard
and State.
Phone: Bell, 960.

with the purpose of self-improvement
and the knowledge that growth, notI
frest, is the highest purpose. Strength
comes with effort. Concentrate upon
I these undertakings and by the rule of
compensation every endeavor will bel
rewarded. With further growth the
question of worth-whiteness will more
easily be determined. For now no
goal is set too high.

Tex IBook

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For all Departments.

Second-Hand Books in great quantities

Drawing Instruments and
Engineer's Supplies
Loose-Leaf Note Books of all sorts. Fountain Pens, etc, etc.
Make our stores your headquarters.

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OF INTEREST TO WOMEN.
Edited by Stylus.

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Ask to see our Special $1.50
FOUNTAIN PEN
1. P. NOTE-BOOKS
The Original Loose-Leaf. All kinds of
Students' Supplies at
SHEEHBAN & CO.
STUDENTS. BOOKSTORE

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ARBOR TIME TABLE
Express Cars for Detroit-7:io
ourly to 6:ro p. m., also 8: Eo
rDetroit-5 :4o a. mn., 6 :o6 a. mn.,
wo hours to 6:o6 p. in., 7:06 p.
m., 9:io p. m., and 10:45 P. M.
ti only, 11:15 p. mi., 12z:15$ p. im.
x:oo a. in.
for Jackson-7 :46 a. in. and
>urs to 7:46 p. m.
Jackson--5:12 a. m., 6:51 a. m.,
wo hours to 6:5I 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.
DEL PRETE
WE TAILORING
ING AND PRESSING
rREET, above Liberty Bar-
ber Shop
bead coat-maker for Dieterle

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SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY

F W Gross

123 East Liberty Street

Maurice Toulme ..........Managing Editor
Adna Johnson............. Business Manager
News Editor Sporting Editor
If. Beach Carpenter Gordon Eldredge
Assistant to Manager
Fred Foulk.
F. M. Church ....Assistant *Sporting Editor
Leonard Rieser.......Intercollegiate Editor
Robert Tannahill ........Music and Drama
Harold Abbott ...................Cartoonist
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherwood Field Harry Johnson
John Leonard
BUSINESS STAFF
Myron Watkins F. G. Millard
NIGHT EDITORS
Leo Burnett
REPORTERS
Carl ton Jenks B erns Kline
Y. . J. llsu Cester Lang
F. F. McKinney 1. C. Ruminel
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1913.
Night Editor--J. Hawley Tapping.
PROMISE OR CHALLENGE.
The managing editor of the 1913-14
Students' directory has high ambitions.
And each one of us is on the tip-toe
of expectancy hoping and praying that
these worthy ambitions will be realiz-
ed.
In prominent places the editor has
promised "Your name will appear in
the Directory as you write it." If it's
a challenge, we accept it. If it's a
promise, we demand its fulfillment.
Dilligently we have underscored our
U and overscored our o. Now we ask
that his typographical butcher be guil-
lotined.
THINK IT OVER?
The day, two weeks ago, that mark-
ed the departure from the protecting
confines of home, was one that was
filled with eager expectations, vague
longings, and dreamy hopes. But the
time for active endeavor has arrived.
There can: be no over conception of
this field of opportunity with possibil-
ities at once both so tremendous and
magnificent.
That man, however, who has not
already made a wholehearted attempt
to start out and realize upon his own
capabilities, has even now failed mis-
erably. He is still a traveler in a
strange land and these last two weeks
have been to him only mile posts seen
through the car-window of speeding
Time. Such a man has not yet enter-
ed into the spirit of university life.
Start out to work now. Now is
the time to make the effort. First
start well on the road to scholarship.
Mental application now will result in
faster progress in learning and will
forestall the likelihood of future fail-
ures.
Start out to^ attain a well-rounded
physical development. Train along
this line and do something well. For-
tunately the autumnal charms of Ann
Arbor at this time prove so alluring
that none can well withstand the call
to healthful recreation and the stim-
ulation of bodily exercise.
All this is not enough though. Enter
into the new activities of student life,

The athletic season for college wom-
en opened Monday afternoon with a
short but lively hockey practice on
Palmer field. Hockey and tennis will
occupy the energies of the athletes un-
til the indoor season opens.
Not enough women reported for
hockey on Monday to make full teams,
there being a notable absence of first
year women. It is to be hoped that
freshman loyalty will not allow what
has grown to be almost a tradition to
die out-the annual battle between
the freshman and a picked upper class
team; and upperclass women should
turn out to help frustrate the usual
freshman program of appropriating
all the laurels. This match is always
a battle royal and no one should miss
the fun of being in it.
There is both a fall and spring hock-
ey season, both :winding up with a
match game. Letters and tnumerals
are awarded to the members of the
team winning the Field Day champion-
ship. The season closes with a picnic
up the river which is always one of
the best events of the year, at which
the women disport themselves with
feast,and song over an evening camp
fire.
Practice comes on Monday and
Thursday at 4:15 o'clock. All women
wishing to play report to Sophia Her-
mann, hockey manager.
An attempt is on foot to establish
Bible classes, conducted by various
members of the faculty, in the sorority
and league houses. The plan was tried
last year in the fraternities, meeting
with great success. It is to be hoped
that the house-clubs will interest
themselves actively in the plan, and
will cc-operate with the Y. W. C. A. in
stimulating interest in the Bible as a
literary production, as well as opening
an avenue for greater spiritual growth.
All freshman women who have not
received invitations to the Y. M. C. A.
banquet at 6:00 o'clock, Friday even-
ing, October 10, are to consider them-
selves cordially invited to be present,
and should communicate with Miss El-
len Moore in regard to their compli-
mentary tickets. Upperclass women
are urged to secure their tickets be-
fore Thursday evening. Tickets may
be had at Newberry hall for thirty-
five cents.
Miss Irene Bigalke, president of the
Women's league will be in her office at
Barbour gymnasium from 10:00 to
11:00 o'clock daily, instead of from
11:00 to 12:00, as announced in Tues-
day's issue. She will also be at her
home between 6:30 and 7:30 o'clock
every evening, phone 954-L.

OR the man chasing the pill,u
F down hill, in the sandy bun
Velvet is mild and smooth and plea
Velvet-selectedlea--two;yearsi
warehouse undergoing a change w
eliminates the harshness of the lea]
nellowness rarely attained-a smc
ness you should know all about.
No sir Impossible to bite or irritate
- one smoke as cool and sweet as
aother-smoke it for 54 holes if you
like-always agreeable.
At your dealers.
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THE
SMOOTH EST
TOBACCO

UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE

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Everybo dy

Lr o w s The

The Olde Mission Shop

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Cream Soda-The Best.
Lunches-Most Delicious
home-Made Candies-Delightful
313 SOUTH STATE STREET'

NOTICE OUR
CHOOL SUPPLIES
OTE BOOKS
OUNTAIN PENS
ICHIUAN SEAL PAPER
EPARTMENT PAPER
OOSE LEAF BOOKS and
APER, ALL SIZES

SPECIALTY
MICHIGAN SOUVENIRS
MICHIGAN BANNERS
PILLOW TOPS
POSTERS
WATCHRJEWELRY and
FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING

tnivertt w iC ihoue
PRESS BUILDING MAYNARD ST.
Aceross frozr Majestic
}lfOutRfCS
To the Stidents of 1913 abnd 1914
Complete Stock of
Victor Victrolas and
Records

ALARM CLOCKS AND WATCHES
IRVING F. SCLEEDE, 340 S. STATE STRIET_
LIIIII~ l'II IIIllil il - . : -

BURCHETELD &

CO.

If you want the best
try Liggett's, Edsili's
Store, 122 So. Main St.

in Chocolates,
Rexa; Drug
eod

FINE TAILORING TRADE

LIgegtt's GIlbert's and Fenway Choc-
olates in perfect condition. Edsill's
Rexall Drug Store. 122 S. Main St. eod

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

THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
101-103-105 South Main Street
Capital, $100,000
Surplus and Profits, , . $69,000

A

FALL

COLLAR

in our line.

respectfully,
Sam Burchfield & Co.

THE STATE SAVINGS BANK A
Capital Stock $50,000.00
Surplus and P.ofts $100,000.00
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Wm. Arnold Wm. J. Booth C. John Wolz, Jr.
Vice-Pres. President Cashier
IAIRD'S MODERN REPAIR SHOP
The Shop on the way
down town.
21TIas hnw trnt GRACEFUL LINES MEDIUM IIEJi tT
E WZreP 2 FOR 25 CLNTS
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"This Is Freshman Week "

A Complete Line of

College Men's Furnishings
In the Latest English Styles

Call Taxi 1550

Parties a Specialty

Quick Service

Watch the old boys get their Toggery at

The Varsity Toggery Shop
1107 S. University Avenue.

Ann Arbor Taxicab Co.

300 N. Ilain Street

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map of your face let any

=one photograph
t Pack make It.

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