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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

11 or Winter Suit from the

the city.

Dress Suits a specialty

Wild

Co.

and Importers
311 South State Street

m

Boo

i is thdeest on the Market
e you purchase. We also i
If you have not had a scrap

ks
for the money.
Nave extra leaves
book before start
Co.

THE MICHIGAN 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-
igan, under Act of Congress of March 3,
1 879.
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, Maynard Street.
OfficeHours:.Editor-i to 3 p. m.; 7 to io
p. in. Business Manager-i 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, 96o,
Frank Pennell.......Managing Editor
Joseph Fouchard Business Manager
Maurice Toume.. News Editor
C. Harold Hippler .............Assistant
Karl Matthews..............Athletic Editor
G. C. Eldredge....... ..Assistant
John Townley ........Music land Drama
Leonard M. Rieser..................... Files
EDITORIALS
Harold G. McGee Louis R. Haller
Howell Van Auken Maurice Myers
NIGHT EDITORS,
H. Beach Carpenter Fred B. Foulk
Morton R. Hunter.......Morris Milligan
Russell H. Neilson. .....Bruce J. Miles
REPORTERS
James D. Evlin............. Ernest R. Burton
David D. Hunting.... ...... V. Sweeney
BUSINESS STAFF
A. R. Johnson, Jr..........Advertising Mgr.
Emerson Smith.. .........Accountant
Laurence D. Bartlett.......Circulation Mgr.
Sherwood Field
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1912.

It is estimated that seven ounces of
drizzle on a Saturday eve serves to
set back the male portion of the stude
population exactly seven hundred dol-
lars and umpteen cents in cab fares.
X
Ripple Indicates Where He Sank.
Darksome night,
Scene set right.
"I love you,"
Next a. mn.
"What a k. mn.?"
"I should worry!"
According to "Doc" May, all enter-
ing freshies are not the little angels
when it comes to putting down their
sins on paper. Out of 814 ruby-ites
examined, all of 255 admitted that they
smoked wuncenawilet
_X--
Speaking of shock absorbers, how
about the chaperones during one of
these here moonlight dances?

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Michigan.Stationery
Have just received a shipment of the sweelest MICHIGAN STATION-
ERY we have ever had.
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

AHR'S

University Bookstore

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IE is Easy to Recoagnize e8L

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ts showing
campus of
or men'on
,ement,"
lye
rty Street

CARDS- PROGRAMS -STATIONERY
WRITE
11G FOR
A SAMPLES
GREGORY MAYER & THOM Co. DETROIT, MICH

ALFRED F. LINDNER.
The death of Alfred F. Lindner com-l
es as a repetition of oft-repeated frail-
ty of human nature, the uncertainty of
human ambitions. Never a year goes
by that -is not marred by the death1
of some student or students here, nev-
er a year in which sickness or misfor-l
tune or accident does not cut some
life short.
This latest loss to Michigan is all
the more lamentable in that Mr. Lind-.
ner's sickness was occasioned in itsr

A sorority house at a western school
caught fire the other eve, and the
roof had to be chopped open to impede
the conflagration. "Keeping open
house" the local waggery comments.
What to Give 'Em.
For Grandpa-
One 60-horsepower motor boat.
One pair engraved roller skates.
For Grandma--
One box at the auto show.
One 90-horse runabout.
For Sister-
A 5-lb. turkey.
Burnt wood portrait of Napeoleon.
For Papa-
Seven rods of real Irish point lace.
Oh!
"The Michigan law prohibiting the
sale of intoxicants to students is being
rapidly enforced in Ann Arbor, and as
a result the saloons are deserted by
students." -Ypsi Daily Press, Nov. 22.
--X-
Ain't it funny how a fellow loses his
appetite as soon ,is he becomes stew-
ard of his house? --A. P. B.
Proof read three times? Heavings!
--and the book gives our residence as
Ann Arbor!

1.

When wanting anything in the line of

Stxsdio 319 E. Hurork St.

MUSIC Call at
ORINNELL BROS. 120-122 East Liberty St.
i fne-

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phonle 961-L

D

LIGHT

ME~ANS

D

EYES

Gas Lamps Verticle and Reflex are the
t and Steadiest.
No Shadow Engineer's Drawing Lamp.

inception because of work done in the
interests of the university. Apparent-
ly there were present all these quali-
fications which tend toward a useful
and purposeful life, and the loss of
men of his type makes us fain to ask
the why and wherefore.
OPENING THE DOORS.
In the last issue of The Michigan
Daily, of last year, when many of those
to whom the matter is one of interest
were away, there appeared the an-
nouncement of the action of the alum-
ni associations of Chicago and New
York city with reference to the loca-
tion of Michigan graduates in those
places. Committees of men prominent
in their callings, were appointed to
make available to late graduates desir-
able opportunities in which to begin
their careers.
The action of these bodies consti-
tutes a distinct addition to the heri-
tage of Michigan men. To have the
interests and survey of those in con-
trol of their activities placed at the
service of those seeking a foothold
therein, is a privilege of no mean val-
ue. Witness, that the beaten path to
his door has failed to materialize in
the cases of many who were able to
build better mouse traps than their
neighbors.
Those of - us, undergraduates, to
whom these advantages are to accrue,
are grateful. The chances are that few
will be able to return value received
to our immediate benefactors. But
the most of us, appreciating the spirit
of the act, in the times of our afflu-
ence will acknowledge it by tangible
assistance to our successors here.

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GAS COMfPANY

We are all straining
our eyes to see what
the corning years have
in store for us.
Alright! But in
looking forward let
us not forget the
blessings that are
,ours to day.

E

POD Y
CARED FOR AND
CURED
verything absolutely anti-.
9-12 a.m. 1-5 p.m
921 EAST HURON
I Phone 989J

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Ana Arbor Time Table
Limited Cars tor 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 6;40 p. 'm.. 7:40
p. m., 8:40 p. m., 9:45 p. m., and 10:45 p. rn
'ro Ypsilanti only. 11:15 p. M., 12:15 p. M.
12:30 p.m.,l1:00 a. m.
Limited Cars for Jackson-7:46 a. m. and
every two hours to 7:46 p. in.
Local Cars for Jackson-5:20 a. m., ad
every two hours to 9:20 p. m., 11:15 p. m.

"I'm going to quit and be good"-for
today.
TOM MAJOR IS "SAFE" IF HE
REMAINS OUT OF ANN ARBOR
Tom Major, wanted by the police
department for distributing question-
able literature to studepts of the high
school and the university, has vanish-
ed, and the officers are in a quandaryl
to trace his whereabouts. Conflicting
reports locate him in Bay City and
Grand Rapids, but it has been impos-
sible to confirm them.
Associates of the eccentric novelist
in this city deny knowledge of Major's
destination, and are as much puzzled
as the police department over his dis-
appearance.
The police will make no effort to ap-
prehend him as long as he remains
away from Ann Arbor.
Stevens Will Speak to Commerce Club
Frederick K. Stevens, the well
known manufacturer of Detroit, will
be the principal speaker at the Com-
merce club smoker at the Union to-
morrow night at 7:30 o'clck.

Past, Present an
Future are rose-hu
when you view the
through fragrant Vt
vet smoke. Its flavi
never ceases to pleas
its smoothness alwal
satisfies.

Ics Bank 1
Street
Profits $67,000

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Banquets

and Club Dinners

d

When you're hungry Try

The St. James Cafe

Meals 25c

Lunces and Short Orders
Sunday Chicken Dinners

are served in best of style at
MACK'S
TEA ROOM
Also dinners,lunches and refreshments
Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.--Saturdays till
9 p.m.
Orchestra Saturdays---Noon and Evening
SECOND FLOORD
MAINS TREET

ARROW
DON CH ESTER
Dress SHIRTS

The bosom
cannot bulge

f-I

25c

2 to 3

mm

y of Dancing *cleomy

French Crepe Fabric
A new shirting that appeals to good dressers

Cluett, Peabod3? & Co.
Makers #

egins Tuesday, Nov.
term. Tui;ion $3.00.

19th. Register now. You can learn to
For informntion call at A eademy or

ET AS IT SOUNDS

WAGNER &

Co.

Haberdashers
State Street

()rmaimercan~aingjThe
Liberty'and Main Sts. State Savings I
AMost Convenient Place for Your Wm J. Booth, President Wm. Arnold, VI
Banking C. John Walz, Jr., Cashier

'ER SERVICE

BETTER CANDY

THE SUGAR BOWL

y. Ice cream soda de luxe. Candy of all

S1j$rst lawn Cea
Orders taken now for Thanksgiving Dinner
day the 27

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GlYER PROMPT ATTENTION

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