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THE MICHIGAN DiAILY

Tailors and Importers =W.~.
:311 South statesStreet
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Sheehan:..&., .
STATE STREET < .~~

f'1I,.tCOA LDAIL Y

O fii4al newsipa, er at; e tv it. ,of "Mich-

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Published every morning except Mond$ydu
ing the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan, undei'Acts oi!osGbress'of March "3; '
,UfficS Scnd floor, Anil' Arbo6r Press Build-
ing, Maynar~d Stret.
Office HcQcrs: "idtf-Lj,4) * 3 pr m. ; 7' to:
S ubscriptin rice: Bari carrier, $zi.o ; by miail,
$3.00..
Want Ad Stations: Tres Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy ; University. Pharmacy ; Davis
"'dKoiald's Cpnfutipn ry Store'.

Frank: Penr il......w. v~aging Editor

C. D~arold Hip~le..... ......Asitat
Karl rMatthews .......... le*tic Edit +~
john T f y 14 i nd Dtama
Leonard M. Rieser.................... Files.
Harold G. McGe - - Louis It Faller4
Howell Van Auken Maurice Myers
NIGHT EDITORS
<H. Beach Carpenter Fred Iq - i
Morton R. Hunter .......... Morris Milligan
Russell H. Neilson.......Bruce J. Miles
8 D'Evlin Ernest 'R.l urton
BUSINESS STAFF
A. R. Johnson,. Jr....... ..Advertising Mgr,
Emerson Srmith '....... ..Accountant
Laurence D. Bartlett.,; ... S. . .Circulgtion Ig?
.Sherwvood Field
T~S~1AIN6VE~bEi ' 19, 1912.
r >, t; ditor-Mo'rris. A.'Milig am.

SOUL'
the Tone of the violin, or
t we call soul, that de-
°s it's value. Clothes must
e tone.
Dileterle
LOR Liberty Street
(Copyrighted)

carefully ands~ open-mindedly the re-
ggis have considered it; and the;.hos-
pitals 'have: met the situation with the
most hearty, cooperation. May Michi-
gan grow and flourish with such spirit,
* Note how' .we've, broke' into the
'steemed Gargoyle again? Somebody
else heavy on -the space-filler, per-
baps.<I
HE'S THE GUY.
Saturday a .m., Nov. 16.
gettin told; he's lost his pep-
tie'*s lingi 'on his, former repi
rtsall his fault we lost that, game-
'"Suretlaf'(Cach, he's. all to 'blame."
Just so the mob
1 pewon to sob!
~aturday p. in, Novr. 16.
s l% , bjy'yI guess we've got the man
W Uho wins for good old Michigan;
No one but Yost could pull off stunts
*To .rout those.. raging,, red-legged
So does the throng
Burst into song. -H.R.S.
And Tlhe~y Did't
"Were. so rotten that we don't ex-
pect to beat Wisconsin by more than,.
oh, possibly 47-0."
-Minnesota Minneha-ha.
*Says , He-May I. shower. my affec-
tions on you, ;Miss Coedicus?
'Says She-How precipitate of "you,
Mr. T anstude.
Fri6nd' Poe; What Torture Would st.
Ye gdids, how sweet it is to bring
*The 'bestest' girl" from home, and
cling .
Tenideroiusly to her for days,
Asif she were the latest craze.
Ah~gods, -how grand, how great, how
sweet
To pass t~he coed~s on the street;
And all unconsciaus of their gaze,
Walk :onwaifd through the golden
haze. -H.R.S.
The 'Pratncig Seasons.
Oct." i'-"Drectory, out early this
Taksiig-Sudns Directory
on "the piress."
..(ma'-g-Directory ready for distri-
* lition. ext Week."'

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BUY'A SWATER bfo th

We carry the Best Line of Auto Sweaters made

University Bookstore

$6.00

-- $7.50 each

Michigan and Cornell Banners, Pen nanzts, Arm-Banlds, etc.,
etc. Souvenirs of all kiuds at

It is Eeksy to Recogn~izeoh
ph'oto~wp

Sixadio 319 . Illir on. t.

Phone 961-L

AH t'S

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New Popular Song lit -- I'll GOING AWAY
TEN CENTS PER COPY

SV

* ',p

313 S.. ST ATE .
NOW..OPEN

Lunches,

Icer Cream, 'Fine.>; Candies,

'Tleb7 CCoS ., t

Jap Baskets and, Novelties .*.,.

AFTl ?4MATH TONIGHT.
The football seasoni over, it,after-,
ffiit&6cmnis toniglit, 'ithd the staging.
jof the aninual' moker in honor.of. the
teh i. I+e~~evn .sh4ve Conce to mean
so. tff li1'i uiidergri duate life as this.
love feast: 'Each year has eclipsed
its 'p4deces *Ws in -the. magnitu~de"'o
e'Ceiit y s'fthec old Minnesota jug.
>3ecnseof"the flimiting of admission
~to Unioi i 'niib'~i' ddb to the rojad-
eglzacy 'of the 'y ii5s, it becomxe'anos ,
iriper, tive 'for ',91 Union mnembers;. to
attowd.:. Otherwise, 'Some, man will
be 'depri'id of a Diace who would like.
(0 Attend 'i'ftime s ame 'egree "to'which.
lie "1 ild '1e to ~join th eUijon, per-
I'e RTb'er, Tfeam th izs is one of h~
fed v 'ays'the"&tmpus has of doing you
honior,.so 'd Wolexpect "yo It thiereen
.mbkse tonight.::
13y -tke-adopion-of'an infiray sys-
,fen~ ": M1 ihigan .'has: _ .placed'. herself
among. thfose- universitide' of. 'the first'
rank,,w1 jch krecog sze thet'-.'eeponsi-'
bid 3T to; promidd'for the health =6f' their
xnexA. z44 rzen;by organi zed -nedioaf

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CARDS - PROGRAMS -STATIONERY
WRITE
SAMPLS
ENGFGREGORY MAYER & THOM C. DETROIT'. MACH
ABargain, 'in Stationery
We offer ane unsurpassed value in Fabric Finish writing paper~. Forty-
eight sheets and forty eighit envelopes (two cuts) all for 25c a box. This
is another one of those
PERFECT REX ALL PRODUCTS see it in our, wind1ow
'I e ex d ' D ugE. C. EDSILL, Proprietor
122 S. Mlain Street Prescription Speciaists

GRINNELLI BROS. 120-122 East ILfb ekty St.

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Af 209 Soxuth State Street.j":.

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SOMETHING NEWVi

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Gives Clean, Wholesome Botd at ' ,

A Self-Filling Conklin fountain pein for $1.50. The most for your money
have ever handled. Try one and be convinced.

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$4.00 per We(
Water.

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Safe drinking :~"

VAN DORtEN'S Pharmacy

C.' C. Fremm..n, ' ropri~**r

Nowhere
As in 'de
No'wheres
As Ift d(

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S " Burdilfielda&
For the .best Tailoring Service to be had Anywte?..
In mnaking Dress Clothes we aknowledge no.,eul '
and prove outr superiority its every instance. ... ~

Sam

"Burchfield &'Com pa n y
106 East Huron Street

tr',2cz and.:care. ' As an'lwtstitutiob Th6 - mud-
she hla 'bee,-stvaiig ly -liind .'to- tis sre
obligation that she owes to the 'par- And nowi
eilts: ; @ & :. send,+tf Ol~~d 'daugh- Is it' so co.
tetkiher t{o,.thwailo* Ihlpofant ddtty As 'In' d(
"th a t a h k ' a s.to ' nhe t' 's tu d E n t ' ,d . T h e.l, h t d . r e u § :-b t y9 -- a e
bra ..respo trible.,, for 6 i''health.,
breakdo.wxas;- anzd elileraks, -:et'kous
niever have 6icui'id}:' row TIofbody Pict ,Ar
n(I' Min 'otogthrand 'whieh the A shipi.
university accep~ts student~s .she has Michigan.,
'the 'esp'oifsilility of one as w~ell as of tres, asso
'Ph'e n6\V' Syrser pros des for, an in- Ing. secre
itiati~V'e' ofi"'t.Te ;part of the uhiversity' ,take chart
''hfr'\vilit result in m-edieal exaifina- sire the
tiri fbvery 'sttceil t 'There 'Wiflbe' 'once . ,as
ph kcilYs Aifd nurses 'whosenmaii been Qrde
cdt#' vwfIiii,& o care for 'studenit health' _
lIit i leoitiori With their headquarters.
. - . Mistake
wil b a'vdlleqb, pped dis'pensary ands Tefe
a simple~'a fl-direct sY'tem ofprovic = a- une
iig- jm bss which reqire hos- Q [j m(
"pi[ 'fa'ti'fon; 'Ever' tlii g wi7l' b r'-''Q
raned"With a 1Vt " t cirec t iC1and ienbr
co'n~eneiice., . U p. ad. eats
One of the most pleasing .f'eatures of eu,'
all has bepn t 4v mrp.ration that end~of the
brugt t"is n t&'ed- reform about.
Students, tfaqcuilt.tArege itsx .,;nd, hos.-
pitlshaveal7)orked, ha'rmgnizously Dr .. Lock
togeth. er.j'..Yt come irectW~f Dr. Al
rthe-,sftu i bodho'f a retin'iass, of' music,
'of peiios ':ythe Union 'as'a' i
campus;' unselfish y, several of the wl eg
facuty~aveivo-k~dforits'adopion.;1cause of f

Iti'Jeguiem,
'such fogs obscure the sun,
[ear oald'Michigan;
'so bum the railroads run,
dear' old Michigan;
[creeks 'iowhiere have the
iere else, the truth t) tell,
old this side of-War,
.ear old Michigan!
-Anon.
3.prorogued..
e_ Ready for Cosmopolitans.
went of the new pins of the
*...hapter_ of the Corda Fra-
c)ialion .Cosmopolitan clubs
i n. today.. The correspond-
etary, "A. M. Johnston~ will
'ge. "of them. Those who de-
insignia should see him at
3only a limited number has
,red,
eOccurs =in Smoker Date.
esh law smoker, erroneously
idas taking place last even-
at-to be held until Monday,
,,,Feature talks by faculty
.and. students, music, smokes,
'will comprise the program-
Tickets will be on sale by the
e ;week,
6W od will Play in Detroit.
teit 'Lockwood, of -the school
will play in Detroit on Fri-
program- will' consist of De-
mnasterpieces and the recital
given for the Alliance Fran-
tht city. "

D. F. WOODWARD
Ann Arbor Savings Bank 'Bldg. Second Floor

Ann Arbor, M~

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+Itch.

Ann Arbor Dye Works
French Dry and Steam Cleaning'
Bell 628 204 E. Washington St.
L. R. Wahl, Manager
is the best place to go ourself and en-
tertain your friends. All bomne cooking.
Meal tickets for sale. We cater for
banqu~ets and parties.
109 E. Washington Srt.

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DISTINCTIVE PATTERNS ER2FECTl

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Typewriter Rens norizfn Phone 1361-16
1 will meet or beat any price made on a typewriter, sale or rental.

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deal Restaurant

.7Q9, N. , .
t,J i-verty Ave.

EARL & WILSON
Makers u! Red-Man Cllars

SECOND FLOOR

PHONE 1381.-L

The Ideal Restaurant open, after having undergone some remuodeling 'and in~px'o
'evinent necessary in the premises, based always on the same priciples ti
Ed,'iicaed Co*Oks and
Strict Ci e nl cess .'
Success in life depends on a strongr and resourceful mind; but a stron~g ldr.
sourceful mind is living on a strong and healtihy body., ~ i-
Health is obtained whenigood and rich blood is circulating in 0,4r veins.;;;
HRow do we get the blood?~ Easy to answer' From the food we are consuming.
Pure and genuine food well jirepared and well served will constitfute the-i 'gredie'rits
of a fine blood. willibuild up a strong constitution andl a sound muind acnd. Will brig -
the success in life. . .
-Bad and stale food handled-by the first man who .alls himself c(?Qk °'s the poison
introduced gradually in our system. If you don't feel that p'oison now you will feel
it later on when the results of the affection of your stomach will maiie'yotr a slave: ."
to the different pills and other medicines...
We clahim to offer high-class caoling. and hlg Tvlas sgrvi'F ,
at popular p rieso
Our kitchen opeu for nspection to all visitors.

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For Theatre and Dancing parties at your service
Day and Night.

Ann AbrC"
And City Garage 30 North Main street.

Auto Baggage Truk

Quick Service

TRY US

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DETRO IT UNITED 11N SS
Ann Arbor T fie Tabfi
Locate Cars for a
m i., and every. two, hours to 6;40n... -
p. in-..8:40 p. m.,, 9:45 p. m.,, and 10:5 p ija
To Ypsilanti only. 11:15 V. in:, :12i15 p; m..
I imited Cars for Jackso-:4 .. man~d.

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Aguarantee wih vypi
These gloves are guaranteed net to rip.
The makers will replace any pair that rips with a new pair.

Inm

WAGNER

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