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TAILOR S

to you the
suit possible
uitable price.
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departinents
DRAWING
INSTRUMENTS
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RichterBrand.
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Ask to see our Special 50so
FOUNTAIN PEN
. P. NOTE-BOOKS
The Original Loose-Leaf. All kinds of.
Students' Supplies at-
SHEEHAN &I01
STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE
It's easy to secure Clothes
of authoritative style, per-
fect fit and genuine dura-
bility if they're hade expressly for you,
We have the
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ON LIBERTY

TAIE MICHIGAN DAILYJ
Olficial newspaper at the University of Mich-
igan.
Published every morning except Monday dur-
ing the university year.
Entered at the postoffice 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
mail $300.
Want Ad Stations:aPress Building; Quarry's
Pharmtacy ; University Pharmacy;
C. H. Davis. Cor. Packard
and State.
Phone: Bell, 96o.
Maurice Toulme ..........Managing Editor
Adna Johnson...........Business Manager
News Editor Sporting Editor
L. Beach Carpenter Gordon Ildredge
Assistant to Manager
Tred Foulk.
F. M. Church ....Assistant Sporting Editor
Leonard Rieser.......Intercollegiate Editor
Robert Tannahill-........-Music and Drama
Harold Abbott.......... .....Cartoonist
NIGHT EDITORS
Leo Burnett
r REPORTERS
Carlton Jenks Bernus Kline
Y. F. J. Hsu Chester Lang
F. IF. McKinney H. C. Rummel
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherwood Field Harry Johnson
Joh" Leonard
BUSINESS STAFF
Myron WatkinsIF. G. Millard
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1913.
Night Editor-F. M. McKinney.

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Unitarian
Church
STATE cor. HURON
Rev. P. S. LORING, Minister
SUBJECT OCTOBER 19th
at 10:30
HE QUIETNESS
OF SA' VATION
YOUNG PEOPLES
SOCIETY AT 7
SUBJECT
PRAGMATISM
AND RELIGION
Speaker: Prof. Vibbert
Progress, Fellowship, Character
In Religion;

Foot Ba l Goods
the most complete in Washtenaw

will find our stock of

Trousers, $1.50-$3.50
Shoulder Guards, $1.50 $4.oo

Head Gears,
Shoes,

$ .50-x3.OO
$3.5o$4 00

Athletic goods of all kinds Every article guaranteed.

W A R'S
UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORES

e
Your ,Appearancec
reflected in your mirror and friends eyes, will be satis-
factory if your New Fall suit bears our label, (The
Quality Tailors.)
Our showing is the most magnificent assortment
of Woolens for Men and Young Men that has ever
been shown in Ann Arbor at Popular prices-

VA

,AL!

Cars for Detrit- 7:
6k o p. in., also 8:o'
-5:4o a. m., 6:o6 a. in.,
to 6:o6 p. m., s:o6 p.
P. :I., andTo :45 P. iM.
1 :15 P. in., 12:15 P. In.
mn.
:kson-7 :46 a. in. and
:46 p. Ij.
to 6:51 P. Ill., also 9:3o
COX SONS & VINING
72 Madison Ave,, NEW YORK
MAKERS F,
CAPS, GOWNS & HOODS
For All Degrees
May be Ordered from
MACK & CO.

$17.50 to $25.00

S. O.S

m Harrison stile
V. President
AL BANK
Mich.

The i

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n ows

Tsy e
The Old® Mission Shop=

in Soda-The Best.
Lunches-Most Delicious
Home-Made Candies-Delightful
313 SOUTU- STATE STREET

The distress signal is up. Some-
thing, or somethings, at Michigan must
be righted, not next week or next
month, but immediately.
On Wednesday or Thursday night,
Michigan sends a team aw'ay. That
team must leave, only after it has been
inspired with an expression of stu-
dent support. An expression that
amounts to a declaration of faith. That
loyalty, so far, has been subdued, sup-
pressed.
hy? Because of the total absence
of cheer leading of the proper sort and
because the Michigan student body has
had no opportunity to meet en masse.
The competitive scheme for selecting
cheer leaders has failed, and failed,
miserably. Possibly there are some
"M" men on the campus, who call help
Michigan out of this dilemma. Person-
al success or failure must not stand
between Michigan's rooters and Mich-
igan's team.
As for the mass meetings, Michigan
was never better equipped. We suggest
that the Hill Memorial auditorium was
not dedicated entirely for the "evening
dress" clique. And possibly it was in-
tended to be °used.
We also have two gymnasiums, that
have been used more than once for
the purposes that we now suggest. Be-
sides these, there is old University
Hall, which is not any more dangerous
now than it was a few months ago. It-
was considered dangerous for years
and years, but it was used. With prop-
er precautions, it can be used again.
The Michigan Union also has a large
hall, and a much larger yard. Open air
meetings have proved a success, where
there was much less cause.
Michigan is sick and tired of nursing
its loyalty. How about this, student
council? It is high time that you ad-
ded this responsibility to your list.
Either care for this or co-operate with
the Michigan Union. Together, you
cannot fail.
Care for the mass meetings for this
week, for next week and for all the
weeks to come. We want to forget our
dignity, we want to whoop like In-

AUF WIEDERSEHEN.
Congratulations!
M. A. C.'realized an ambition of eight
years' standing yesterday. The vic-
tory comes after eight years of fren-
zied attacks against Michigan's stone
wall.
It will be many years, before Ferry
field *will stage a finer exchange of
courtesies. The band, the team and
the rooters richly deserve congratula-
tions.
For the present, our heartiest best,
wishes; for the future "Auf Wieder-
sehen."

A

Pure Drugs

diaAs, yell like mad men. We want
to support our team, like the Michi-
gan teams have always been support-
ed.
Who would prevent us or neglect our
wishes?

LOUIS DEL PRETE
FINE TAILORING
CLANING AND PRES NG
LIBERlY STREET. above Liberty Bar-
ber Shop
Formerly head coat-maker for Dieterle
he Proper Place to
e ourad y
Friend

The woolens are all well chosen for long and satis-
factory wear; the patterns are fresh from the mills, and
every inch is cold water shrunk.
Style, Fit and Workmanship is'guaranteed.
All garments fitted to you before finishing.
The Quality Tailors
E. C. FLANDERS
209 E. Liberty St.
Raino ats, Mackinaws,
and Custom Shirts

Everything in
Gilbert's

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UIJN1ERSITIY NO T]1 C S.

Crane's

for Dinner, Luncheon or Refresh-
ments is

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Mary Garden

S T O MFN

)UR SPECIAL $30.00 SUITS
HAVE
UALITY thatF
U A L I F Y.S
U I C K L Y

y Ave.

HENRY

& CO.

ES

Kalamazoo 'club meets Monday ev-
ening at 7:30 o'clock at the Union.
Soph lit football practice at south
Ferry field at 3:00.o'clock tomorrow.
All senior engineers desiring to run
in relay races to be held between the
halves of the Syracuse game call Cook,
820-J.
Junior lit football practice at Ferry
field 3:00 o'clock tomorrow.
The junior lits need few more foot-
ball players. Practice at south Ferry
field Monday, 3:15 o'clock. Everybody
out.
Important meeting of the executive
committee of -Deutscher Verein Mon-
day, October 20, at 5:00 o'clock in Ver-
ein rooms. This includes all general
and sectional officers.
Remember you can buy pictures from
Hoppe cheaper than elsewhere. 18

Qurry Drug Co.
The Druggists on tihe Corner

r.

Chocolates

MACK'S
TEA ROOM

Combines seclusion with culinary
perfection. Service a la carte.
Open 8 a in. to 5 p. i. on atur-
days till 9 p. m, Orchestra Satur-

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SECOND FLOOR
Mack &TCo.
MAIN'STREIIT

WAI KING LOO
Come Up and Try
George's Chop Suey
Delicious Chinese and American Dishes.
41 South State Street

SHOE REPAIRS ?
FIRST CLASS SHOE REPAIRING
JOHN H. LAMBERT
613 EAST WILLIAM
Official Shoe Doctor to Michigan's
Football'Team

ClolhShop

Dln's Fountain Pens,
703 Packard Street from $1.50 up. Come In and get fitted.

I

otbes that are Tailored Right
" That's the kind that we make." A call is solicited.
607 E. William St.
Second Floor

nn Arbor Savings Bank
ock $3oo,ooo Surplus $xoo,ooo
Resources $3,O0,000
ral Banking Business Transacted
has. F. Hiscock, Pres., W. D. IIar-
Vice-Pres., M. J. Fritz, Cashier
inderer-& Seyfried

ARROW'
VoJZCOLLAR
Cliiett. Peabody & Co., Inc* Makers

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$

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Hill Auditorium

welry Repairing
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Date to be Announced

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