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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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lean We are here to sere you
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per Week. Safe Drinking
C. C. Freema.n, Proprietor

THE IMCHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
igan.
Published every morning except Monday dur-
ing the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor, Mich-
ianrunder Act of Congress of March 3,
[ 879.
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, Maynard Street.
Office Hours: Editor- to 3 p. m.; 7 to io
p. m. Business Manager- to 3 p. m.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $2.50; by mail,
$3.00.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy' University Pharmacy; Davis
and Konald's Confectionary Store.
Phones: Bell and Home, 960.
Frank Penneli ...Managing Editor
Joseph Fouchard. .....Business Manager
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
Night Editor-Lester F. Rosenbaum.
A VALUED GIFT.
Recognition of Michigan's position
in oratory and debating in the form of
an t appropriation from R. . Olds, the
autmbl manufacturer at Lansing,
is most significant.
Few schools, if any, in this country
can boast of the record that Michigan
has maintained on the platform. De-
spite this, the uestionof testimonials
has been a constant worry, with the
source changing from year to year.
Mr. Old's gift to the university will
meet with appreciation that may well
give rise to the hope that the gift will
be continued in years to come. An
endowment is what this field of univer-
sity activities most needs. It would
not only prove a lasting memorial to
the giver, but would result in a new
stimulus in the field itsel.
NON-ATHLETIC COMMITTEE.
All campus organizations which have
not yet been classified on the books of
the non-athletic committtee should in-
form themselves of the eligibility rules
laid down by the committee at once.
In addition to deciding on the eligi-
bility of the members of each campus
organization, this committee has the
power to cancel any dates selected
without regard to the calendar main-
tained by the university. The purpose
is to avoid serious conflicts in enter-
tainments. It is much to the advan-
tage of any organization or students
affected by this ruling to see Chair-
man Alfred Lloyd at once.
THE ALUMNAE CONVENTION.
The convention of the association of
collegiate alumnae has come-and
gone. Ann Arbor, as a town, and the
university as an institution, have
been signally honored by the con-
vening of no less than seven college
presidents, for the purpose of discuss-
ing and seeking to throw light upon
those matters which not only vitally
concern the college woman, but the
great public body at large. Much in-
spiration, much pleasure, and much
of tangible and intangible value has
been derived from the meeting. These
women, who are doing things in the
educational, the civic, and the social
world today, have come to us and told

us simply of their work and their pur-
poses; yet somehow they have left
with us, some of that spirit working
in them and through them, which mak-
es them count in the world today.
Many are Michigan's. own daughters,
daughters an alma mater can well be
proud to acclaim as her own. With
such shining, and worthy examples be-
fore them, it behooves each college
woman at Michigan, to put forth, here
and now, her utmost powers and per-
sonality, toward the betterment and

refinement of herself, and the condi-
tion she finds about her, so that,
when she too takes her place in the
world's work; as an alumna or the
University of Michigan, she may add
to, rather than diminish the splendor
of the honor which those women who
were with us last week, have already
conferred upon their alma mater.
Speaking of a beverage containing a
stick, one contrib asks if he may call
it "block-ade." Sure, go right ahead
-but better wear a brass collar if you
whisper it aloud.
X
Ode to My Creditors.
Ah, love it is a wondrous thing,
In fall or winter-oder spring.
But love in winter-lack-a-day!
Means naught but carriage bills to
pay. -Anon.
"A matter of cold figures," muttered
the campus wit as the two 11's trotted
off in the snow.
About Which They Talk.
8:15-Luvly weather.
8:30-High society stuff.
8:40-What he thinks against her
friends.
9:00-What she thinks "perfectly
grand" about his friends.
10:00-Why he should not be especi-
ally privileged to stay till the wee
hours.
"Button, button, who'll find the but-
ton?" mumbled the convivial stude en-
tering at 2:00 a. m., at the same time
carefully pushing every spot on the
wall paper.
Mid-Semester Rantlings.
Pipe course.
Exam! Remorse.
One resource-
Hire a "horse."
-X-
"I hope I make myself plain," ob-
served the femstude, as she brushed
the last bit of powder off his coat-
sleeve.
_X-.
How They Dope It Out.
The Grind:-Only umpteen hundred
hours to study before Christmas.
The Fusser:-But six dances, four
Sundays and one check until I go back
to the real girl.
The Joeite:-Thirty days till vaca-
tion means 26 decent times before I
have to take off the stain.
Me:-Gobble, gobble. Where's that
square meal?
-H. R. S.
"This suspense is killing me," sighed
the irrepressible, whizzing through the
atmosphere on the end of an air-ship
anchor.
_X_
She was a beaut in summer,
In khaki and calico;
But nothing could be rummer
Than her in a fur-below.
Optical Calisthenics.
"She lifted up her eyes and cast
them upon the stranger, who sent a
glance of friendliness in return."
-Best Seller.
-X-
Our decision is final-no more glad-
someness today.
LAW REVIEW FOR NOVEMBER
CONTAINS GOOD ARTICLES.

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Have just received a shipment of the sweelest MICHIGAN STATION-
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35c to 75c per box
We give special attention to
Engraving and Plate Printing
100 cards from your card plate for 90c All work guaranteed
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A Self-Filling Conklin fountain pen for $1.50. The most for your mon
have ever handled. Try one and be convinced.
VAN DOREN'S Pharmacy

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Typewriter Reptsrin Phone 1361-L
I will meet or beat any price made on a typewriter, sale or rental.

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

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GO TO

Burolifield & C. s
est Tailoring Service to be had Anywhere.
Dress Clothes we aknowledge no equal,
our superiority in every instance.
Burchfield & Company
106 East Huron Street

Ann Arbor Dye Works
French Dry and Steam Cleaning
Bell 628 204 E. Washington St.
L. R. Wahl, Manager
Full Dress Tuxedb, and Prince Al-
bert Suits for Hire. Whittington Co.,
244 Woodward Ave., Detroit. e o d
For celebrated Martin Guitars, Man-
dolins, Musical Instruments and sup-
plies of every description visit Schae-
berle & Son's Music House, 110 S.
Main St. 35 to 46
You want something to remember
Saturday's victory. Nothing so good
as a Cornell Poster Program. 43-4-5

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'ant open, after having undergone some remodeling and impro
the premises, based always on the same principles of
re and Geradine Food
L[sated Cooks and
-let Cleainlness
epends on a strong and resourceful mind; but a strong and re-
vifig on a strong and healthy body.
ed when good and rich blood is circulating in our veins.
ie blood? Easy to answer! From the food we are consuming.
od well prepared and well served will constitute the ingredients
>uild up a strong constitution and a sound mind and will bring
nd handled by the first man who calls himself cook is the poison
y in our system. If you don't feel that poison now yourwill feel
results of the affection of your stomach will make you a slave
and other medicines.
o iler high-class cooking and high-class service
at popular prices
inspection to all visitors.

The November number of the Michi-
gan Law Review, the legal magazine
published by the faculty of the law de-
partment, has made its appearance.
It is the initial number of the year and
contains, besides several leading arti-
cles by members of faculties of law
schools of other universities, a digest
of numerous important decisions ccl-
lected by the senior laws who act as
a board of editorial assistants, and
several book reviews by students and
two by Dean Henry M. Bates, of the
law department here. Professor Ev-
ans Holbrook,is the editor of the
magazine.

Earl
Shirts

& Wilson
$1.50 and More

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ale. We cater for

DETROITUNITED LINES
Antn Arbor Time Table
Limited Cars for Detroit-7:12 a. m. and
hourly to 6:12 p. m., also 8:12 p. m.
Local Cars for Detroit-5;40 a. m., 6:40 a.
m., and every two hours to a;40 p. m.. 7:40
p. m.. 8:40 p. m., 9:45 p. in., and 10:45 p. _m
To Ypsilanti only. 11:15 p. m., 12:15 p. m.
12:30 p. m., 1:00 a. m.
Limited Cars for Jackson-7:46 a. m. and
every two hours to 7:46 p. m.
Local Cars for Jackson-5:20 a. m., ad
every two hours to 9:20 p. m.. 11:15 p. m.

GLOVES

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These gloves are guaranteed rot to rip.
The makers will replace any pair that rips with a new pair.

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