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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Fall or Winter

from the I

ne in the city.

Dress Suits a specialty

H.

Wild

Co.

Tailors and Importers
311 South State Street

Scra p Books,
higan Scrap Book is the best on the !Market for the money..
er our books before you purchase. We also have extra leaves
I have it filled. If you have not had a scrap book before start
get one at

heehan

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Co.

ST 'DENT 'OOKSTORE

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Liberty Street
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TE EFICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
igan.;
Published every morning except Monday dur-
ing the university year.
Entered at the post-offce at Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan, under Act of Congress of March 3,
1879.
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, Maynard Street.
Ofce Hours: Editor- to 3 p. m.; 7 to 0
P.i. IBusiness Manager--i to 3 P. in.
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 Pennell ............Managing Editor
Joseph Fouchard ..........Business Manager
Maurice Toulme ..............News Editor
C. Harold Hippler ...........Assistant
Karl Matthews.........A..thletic Editor
G. C. Eldredge ........... .......Assistant
John Towniey............Music and Drama
Maude Edwards....................Women
Ilarold I3. Abbott................artoonist
EDITORIALS
Harold G. McGee Louis R. Haller
Howell Van Auken Maurice Myers
R. EL;mmett T1aylor....... Ldwin R. Thurston
NIGHT EDITORS
H. Beach Carpenter DI. RFred B. Foulk
Morton R. Hunter ..........Morris Milligan
1ruce J. Milcs...........ErnestR. Burton
Lester F. Rosenbaum. avid 1). Bunting
REPORTERS
James I'evlin............... J. V. Sweeney
Leonard M. Riesei .........IIarold P. Scott
Leo Burnett...............Fenn H. Hossiek
F. M. Church............... Carlton Jenks
Charles S. Jonson.......C. If. Lang
Berms?. Kline.........T. R. Kiter
Will Shafrotn..............Hoeny gle
F. F. McKinney ............G. S. Johnston
W. R. Melton .........Ralph F. Cunningham
Y. F. Jabin Is ............1-. .. Rummel
BUSINESS STAFF
A. R. Johnson, Jr.. ......Advertising Mgr.
Emerson Smith .................Accountant
Laurence D. Bartlett........Circulation Mgr.
Sherwood ield .........John Leonard
Harry . Johnson
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1912.
Night Editor-H. Beach Carpenter.
PEUT ETRE.
Yesterday five undergraduate edi-
tors in Chicago agreed that Michigan
ought to be in the Conference and
that the present boycott against Mich-
igan is unfair. Yesterday nine con-
ference representatives in Chicago
paid no attention to Michigan. Maybe
today, the five editors will decide that
the training table is an insurmounta-
ble difficulty; maybe today, the nine
Conference representatives will 91id-
denly decide that they want Michigan
back, and will make it easy for her
to return; maybe today, the wishes of
25,000 students for games for Michi-
gan in the West will be respected;
maybe, well, maybe .
MORE SPECULATION.
Now that we have a woman's editor,
we feel, privileged to enter editorially
into women's affairs to the extent of
suggesting that a student council for
women might not be a bad idea. In
our opinion, one of the best features
of our university administration is
that the women as well as the men
are allowed, to a great extent, in their
private life, to regulate their own
conduct. They are not hampered at
every turn with rules of conduct im-
posed by the university authorities,
and it is well that they are not.
But self-government cannot be suc-
cessful beyond a certain point unless
organize. We hope that university
women will be entrusted with the
control of more of the university af-
fairs in which they are interested, as
they demonstrate their ability to han-
dle those already entrusted to them,
and a student council for women, as
a centralizing and organizing force in
self-government, strikes us as being
extremely desirable.

KNOW THE OUTSIDE WORLD.
The typical university man lives in
a little world of his own; cut off in!
great measure from the real world
outside, in which he is preparing to
take a place. Without doubt he is t Hs
getting the best preparation that the El
best men of his time can devise; but
the fact remains that he is out of
touch with actual conditions, except
the sporting events. He comes from 1W
a high school, or a small preparatory I
school, plunges into the most inter-
esting and absorbing life possible, 10
and, even if he had any "practical" ex-
perience before matriculation, finds
himself engulfed in a swirl of college
activities that, seemingly, gives him
no time for anything else.
The result is that, after years of
getting ready for something, the pre-
pared one finds himself a stranger in 5mm
a strange land; speaking its language,
but handicapped by a lack of knowl-
edge of its immediate history; and
compelled to learn that history before no
he can do what he has been prepared

to do.
A remedy would be a compulsory
course in Current Events and their
Significance; but rno such course is
offered. There is, however, another
remedy, rather preventative, nearer
at hand, and easier to take. In fact,
aft4r one takes it for a short time, he

e give special attention to
Engraving and Plate Printing
0 cards from your card plate for 90c All work guaranteed

lic biganStationery
ave just received a shipment of the sweelest MICHIGAN STATION
RY we have ever had.
35c to 75c per box

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ar

WHY NOT HAVE YOUR
1CHIGANEN SIAN PICTURE
w so that you cap have some of
PlatinumPortraits
ade from the negative--ycur frieLds at home will appreciate them
for X'mas.
1tqjdio 319 ED. Hzroxit. ph eone:961.L

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313 SOUTH

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HAM SODA,

LUNCHES,

W

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University Bookstore

FINE CANDIES

clean

that's

We are here to serve you

LeChubb House
209 SoIth State Street
Gives Clean, Wholesome Board at

$4.00 per Week.
Water.

Safe Drinking

C. C. Frema n, Proprietof'
ANNOUNCEMENT

'1

GO TO

a "Buroifield&Co.
For the best Tailoring Service to be had Anywhere.
In m iking Dress Clothes we aknowledge no equal,
and prove our superiority in every instance.
am Brcfeld & Company
106 Bast Zuron Streett

cannot get along without it. The
trouble is that college men are so
healthy,-that is to say, so buoyantly
confident,-that they scorn all "dope,"
especially preventatives, the very
things that are reputed to be worth
more to the ounce than all other med-
icines to the pound.
Do a bit of preparing on your own
hook. Keep your feet in time with
the college lock step-but your ear
cocked for the marching tunes of the
big procession going by outside. Do
what nine-tenths of us don't do: read
the daily papers and worth-while mag-
azines.
"GERMANY" QUITS COACHING
FOR AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS.
"Germany" Schultz, former Varsity
star center, who for the last two years
has been head line coach at the Uni-
tersity of Wisconsin, has resigned
his position at that institution,.to en- Deliv
ter the motor-car business with his
brother at Fort Wayne, Indiana. Au-
thorities at the western institution
give the big fellow much of the cred-
it for Wisconsin's winning the Confer- A Self-Fil
ence championship this year, and in have ever
all probability much pressure will be
brought to bear on Schultz, to make
him change his decision.
U1MZZLED BULL DOG HELD
PENDING PAYMENT OF FINE.
One bull dog less one muzzle eqnals
$8.45. This new mathemat-ical prob-
lem was solved yesterday morning in
a local justice court, when represen-
tatives of the Alpha Kappa Phi frater-
nity appeared and paid a fine. The
bulldog which was found without a4
muzzle was claimed by them.
Congressman Kelly Visits Ann Arbor.
The Hon. Patrick H. Kelly, '00L,
congressman at large from Michigan, WIh
spent the day yesterday visiting
friends on the campus. Mr. Kelly is
one of the few Republican candidates That
to win in the recent election, receiving name
more votes than any man in his party
in the entire state.
Full Dress Tuxedo, and Prince Al-
bert Suits for Hire. Whittington Co., FU
244 Woodward Ave., Detroit. e o d
Ca
3
An
or materials by
here in our own
e money for the
es made out of town Mc
tisfactory qualities are
Mg.
tate Street
o

When wanting anything in the line of
music Call at

S

HALL ER's
JEWELRY CO.
308 S. STATE STREET

ORINNIMLL SROSR4I2O-122 Vast Liberty St.

'red to all parts of the city.

PHONE 534

'1

SOMETHING NEW
ling Conklin fountain pen for $1.50. The most for your money we
handled, Tr one and be convyiced.
VAN DOREN'S Pharmacy

* CARDS - PROGRAMS -STATIONERY
WRITE
FO.R
SAMPLES
GREGORY MAYER & THOM Co. DETROT.Micn

...

We Sell the Origipal Self Filling
CONKLIN FOUNTAIN PENS
See our special one dollar non-leakable fountain pen

tg

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M
4or

FINE JEWELERY

REPAIRING

SHIRTS

at Every
Woman Kno-
no chocolates of any othe
approach the quality of
SSY PACKAGF
alkin's PHARMACY
;24 S. STATE ST.

y,
or
r1

DISTINCTIVE PATI IR rS F E BFI CS IIT

EARL & WILSON
Makers of Red-Man Collars

m

I Restaurant

709 N.
University Ave.

QPONq
0TRAOK 0Q

staurantopen, afterhaving undergone some remodeling and impro
ary in the premises, based always on the same principles of
Pure a.nd Genruine 'ood
Educvted Cooks and
Strict Cleaniness
life depends on a strong and resourceful mind; but a strong and re-
d is living on a strong and healthy body.
btained when good and rich blood is circulating in our veins.
get the blood? Easy to answer! From the food we are consuming.
ine food well prepared and well served will constitute the ingredients
will build up a strong constitution and a sound mind and will bring
life.
ale food handled by the first man who calls himself cook is the poison
adually in our system. If you don't feel that poison now you will feel
n the results of the affection of your stomach will make you a slave
t pills and other medicines.
ais to offer high-class cooking and high-class service
at popular prices
pen for inspection to all visitors.

d

O

'e You Fond of
Live Moving

Don't Blame the

I m plement==

are made of superio
skilled tailors right
shop. There is mor
Merchant Tailor in cloth
but the lasting and the sat
lackin

Pictures?

oving Pictures

that Move

m

to go yourself and en-
nds. All home cooking.
r sale. We cater for

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Ann Arbor Time Table
Limited Cars for Detroit-7:12 a. m. and
Ihourly to 6:12 p, im., also 8:12: p. m.
Local Cars efor Detroit-5;40 a. m., 6:40 a.
m., and every two hours to 6;40 p. i.. 7:40)
p. in., 8:40 p. 2n., 9:45 p. mn., and 10:45 p. mn
To Ypsilanti only. 11:15 p. m., 12:1? p. m.
12:30 p. in., 1:00 a. mn,
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., aud
every two hours to 9:20 p. m., 11:15 p. m.

at

THE

bWame yourself-if you can't
play up to form with a strange
racket, or golf club, or base
ball. There is no excuse for
you. Spaldiug Athletic Goods
are on sale in ever- town from
Main to California.
A. G.Spaulding &Bros.
254 Woodward Ave. Detroit
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $300,000 Surplus $100,0 0 0
Resourses $3,000,000
A General Bankig.usiness Transact.d
Officers; Chas. E. Hiscock,Pres., W. D. Harri-

GN R

Tailors

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TEMPLE
N MAIN ST.

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