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THE MI

THE M]IGAN DAILY

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Price and Quality
H. Wild Co.
Tailors and Importers
31 1 south State street
versity Trext Books
lew anid S..condJ Band Ali Departments
DRAWING IN6TRUMENTS

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Ls Book Store

Pipes

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MIDGES
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lips. It was

TYPEWRITERSI
Netw and Rebuilt.- All MakesI
FOR SALE OR RENT["

y Street

O.D. 1MORRILL 322 S. STATE ST.
L ocal Representative,
UNDERWOOD TYPErITE11R
~bb House
hi state Street

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THlE friCIAN DAILY
Official 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 o March 3,
1879.
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, Maynard Street.
Office Hours: Editor-:. to 3 p. m.; 7 to .1o
p. i. Business Manager-i to 3 p. in.
Subscription Prkie By carrier, $.50; by mail,
$3.00.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy; University_ Pharmacy; Davis
and Konalds Confectionary Store.
Phones: Bell and Home, 96.
Fraik Pennel .Managing Editor
Joseph PFouchard ......Business Manager
Maurice Toule ..............News Editor
C. HaIirold 1lippler:................Assistant
Karl Mattbew ..............Athletic Editor
G. C. Edredge. ...........Assistant
John Towne.......Music and Drama
tLoiad M. Rieser ....................Files
EDITORIALS
Harold G. Mc~ee Louis R. Hailer
hlonell Can Akeai Maurice Myers
NIGHT EDITORS
H., Peach Carpenter . Fred B. Foulk
Mortcn R. Hunter ..........Morris Milligan
Russell ,I. Neilson.......... Bruce J Miles
REPORTERS
lames I)' Rvin......Ernest R. Burton
David D. Hunting ............ V. Sweeney
W'SNESS STAFF
Adna R. Johlnston .........Advertising Mgr.
Emerson Smith .................Accountant
Laurence D. Bartlett....... Circulation Mgr.
'1TESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1912
Night Editor-Bruce J. Miles.
BOOST..
"There is no sacrifice in service to
your fellowman," says Booker T.
Washington. We wonder whether this
applies to schoo' life. Suppose a man
goes a step or two out of his way to
give some tender, bewildered fresh-
man a lift; to put him -"in right." Sup-
pose he helps any one of the fellows
about him, in any one of the thousand
little, or big, ways that are open to all
of us. And suppose that to do this
he gives up-well, the theater. Does
he really make a sacrifice? He can't.
And the reason is close at hand, with-
in himself, for he feels, in simply per-
forming the service, a personal satis-
faction that outweighs what he has
given up, the intangible but real re-
ward of being a bit more willing to
live with himself. And this does not
at all take :into account the fact that
he has probably made a friend.
WILL IT BE REMEMBERED?
Out of the turmoil attendant upon
the recent election conducted by the
athletic association, it now appears
that the action of the board of direct-
ors, requiring the presentation of the
receipt of the treasurer of the univer-
sity, as evidence of membership in the
association with voting privileges,
though not the most fortunate course
in the matter, was nevertheless within
the legal rights of that body; and
secondly, none of the defeated candi-
dates is willing to engage in another
election. The present incident then,
seems closed.
However, it is not out of place, that
the board should take cognizance of
the hardship suffered by a number of
individuals who were deprived of their
franchise upon unnecessary grounds,
and reconsider its ruling before anoth-
er election. The rights of the mem-
bers of the association can be proved
very satisfactorily by the presentation
of the little coupon books, and by the
membership lists at the athletic asso-
ciation offices.
FALL TONIC.
Have you been blue or unhappy or
lonesome these past two Sabbaths?
Perhaps so, if you spent the time in

your room or on the street, but not
one of these feelings, we venture to
say, if you went tramping out on coun-
try roads, along the river, or through
the woods. These are anything but
melancholy days for the man who puts
on his league boots in leisure hours
and leaves the city to seek "tongues in
trees, sermons in stones, books in the
running brooks, and good in every-
thinig.,,
.For the camera lover, are sketchings

of river peeking out of their frame-
work of exquisitely-tinted foliage, field
stacked' with the handiwork of the
reaper, and woods carpeted with the
playthings of another autumn. If you
like bird and insect and animal life,
every bush and every tree will furnish
its quota. Squirrels have quit frolics
for long hours of harvesting. Out of
the orchards comes the piping of an
occasional robin. In the flood. water
back from the river are mallard and
teal and mud-hens for the man who
knows the secret of stealth. And for
the mane who cannot gain the confi-
dence of the wilder wild life, are flock-
ing black-birds and winter birds in
new plumage.
Aside from all this, is the color
work of the frost. It has given the
hickory a dress of yellow, the sumach
a crimson gown, and the maples,
splashings of both. In a few more ;days,
even the stubborn oak and maple will
be' giving up their green to the same
claimant.
Don't stay in your room another
Sunday like the past two. You're a
spend-thrift if you do-a waster, of the
sort of tonic your system needs and
craves.

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WAH'R'#9S
Unilver-sity Bookstores

IStifo 319 K. Hur+ rn St#
Thtirty Years of
By courteous treatmen t o~f the public, and lows
in the Realm of Mdusic" we have buillt up the largest
die west. We solicit your patr~onage: satisfaction
Shteet Music at Low Pr
GRIN'NE1L. BROS. 120-122

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IWholesome Board at
K'eek. Safe Drinking
c. c. iFree.m a., Proprietor

iTEX T 0B
Now and Seeandhand BOOKS lor all departm
DRAWING INSTRUMENTS
ENGINE ERS SUPPLIES

VNOUN CEM ENT
Buarclifield &Co.'s
est TJailoring S&crcice to be had Anywhere.
g Dress Clothes we aknowledge nio'equal,
e our superiority in every instance.
Burchfield & Company
106 East Hfuron Street:

Loose Leaf Note Books, Fountain Fens, etc.
headquarters.

Gracious all chafing dishes! How
good it seems to get back to Wim-
men's Day. Show your passes at the
gate, girls, and walk right into the
arena. Gents will kindly efface them-
selves from the neighborhood while
us girls are busy over our own little
affairs.
Them are Gruel Words, But True,
There's something quite entrancing
About a beauty spot,
When there's punch and merry danc-
ing,
And your blood is running hot.
At balls it's quite ENTHRALLING,
The little beauty spot-
But in the gray of eight-o'clocks,
That little spot is NOT.
'Bout 'steen days ago we asked THE
prettiest fem on the lot to kindly send
in a lock of her hair. ALL of 'em did.
Buit matters got switched somewhere.
For instance, our private chemist
traced one of the blades to a woman
in the Fiji Ilslands.' It's up to some-
body for explanations.
It's a stormy night, Mable-we'll
need four hatpins.
Famous Fern Remarks.
"Harold Hollingsw orth, this is
State street-cast that Hsnassan hence."
"If I use an eye-brow pencil am I
a marked woman?"
I I Warum, We AskI $~
Mr. Scinty would rejoice like an Earl,
To learn the whyness of,
The difference between an ordinary
fem
And a coeducational girl.
The burning, question is: What hu-
mor is there left for the poor Gar-
goyle?
Pan-Hell's Own Yell.
Fudge and caramels,
Pan! Pan!
Hops and theaters,
Man!' Man!
A man is known by the presents he
gives. Huyler's Candy is the best
made. Telephone 57.
'l'ea Room.
Your attention is invited to the For-
est Lawn Tea Room, 604 Forest Ave.
Address I.,. Kelsey. 11-13
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS,new
slightly' used or rebuilt, for sale, for
rent. 0. D. Morrill over Baltimore
Lunch. t
Rebuilt typewriters of all makes,
latest models 1-4 to 3-4 manufacturers
price, for sale on easy terms. 0. D.

East Tea Room
Waffle Suspper

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jflotoo raj hz

Make ouxr

Sunday Night,
ST. Phone 13

218 i-2 S. STATE

IS. 0. Cooper A

GOOD

We handle all home kil"afresh
and salt meats. Alsoo best
fislh, oynters and poultry All
home-made sausage.
Prices will suit you. Try us
Bell Phone 680 Nome Phone 429 109 E. Ann St.

CARDS PROGRAMS STATIONERY WR~ITE FOR SAM
E ON S m li swGREGORY MAYER & THOMv. CO. DETROITI
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NOW 9M
FOOT U
FOR MAR MAK
BALL
If you do play as the big 'colle-,
gosdo, you Will use the Spald-
ing No, J5' Foot Ball -=- the
offical ball of the game-andj
Spaldings Uniforms and Equip-,
ment.
Send f"r o0r1all and Winter
Cat alovue-it's free
New iuies for 1912- Spalding's Official F'oot
Bali Guide, edited by Walter Camp. con-
tains. the official iules, record's, notes,
college captains and managers, schedules
and r-ictures of all the big teams and
hundreds of other plAyers. Price 10 cents
H~ow to Play Foot Ball. Edited by Walter
Camp; revised for 1912; lnstructlong for
playing-; signals; training. Price 10 cents
A. G. S PALDING & BROS.
25Woodw'..rd Ave,, Det roit Mich.

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Follow the
Crest
White Sign
of the
Temple

taurant

709 N.
University Ave.

'On Main
MOVING PICTURES

t open, after heaving undergone somte remiodeling atnd in pro-
e premises, based always on thiesame principles of
e em.rid erxv.unme Food
ome..%ed Cooks anxd
Ct C1ea rvlimess
nds on a strong and resourceful mind: but a stron~g and r4_-
," on a strolls and hiealtiy body.
when good and richli bood Is circulating itt our velns.
Mlood:' Easy to answer: Fro n tihe food wv are co suming'
'eli prepared and well served will constitute th- ingre"dients
d up at st-ong, constitution and a sound mind arnd Will brinlg
handled by thie first man who (,&l's imselrf cook is the poison
n our system. If you don't feel thut poison now you will feel
uisof the afl'ectionl of y'our stonmach will muale yon a slave te eiie.i
tier high-class cooking pn high-class service
at popular prices
spectlifl to all visitors.

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Ann Arbor Taxicab Co.
On account olflire Wehave cVd fj-~m 114 'Nortih Stte io our rew
locatfill at 300 No tin Main Stre, t, bein- fully equipped We ask onr
patron Sze for the coinngy( ar. or proml t and quik ck sife call (usr
tax ies on leaving car. A lso Hour
Baggage Delivered
to all plr's of the city by our nvw au'n truck on call d&Y and night.
finri,['d cPa ner ...~oc To and from Parties 2 (0 a e( uple
' 'ti 0 01'rmnI(e......2c ('ach By II e Hour. .. ....$3.00
Fri in 10:3)( p.m. to 6 vi..50c -trai't T, sunks - ..25e a floor

Morrill, over Blntimore lunch.

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ASf DETROIT UNITED LINES
d, Rem.. Annu Arbor Time Table
;e Trial
fCat. Limitd Cars for Detreif-7:12 a w. and
papers D ourly to t;..17 P. n-1.. also 8:1"' V..U1.
Local Cars for Detroit-5;40 a. inj.. 6:40 a.
In,,. andl every two hours to ,0;4) . in . 7:40)
p. n. .:40 p. n.. 9 :43 p in, and 1n:4.5 pin
T'o Yp~l anti only. 11:11 p tan * 1':1" . n.
"1:2:30 p. mn., 1:00 a. Ill.
Limited Cars for Jackson-7 :13'a. iM. tnd
(,.%ery two hours to 7:46i p.in.
Local Cars for Jack son-5 :?0 a n.. and
.S every two hours to 9::'0 p. ni.. 11:15 p. mn.

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Freshmen Caps
Gym. Shoes, 5ut1s, Towels, etc.
Laboratory Suits and Aprons
Engineering Overalls and
Jackets, Interwoven Hose
Operating Coats and Aprons
Holeproof Hose- Sweaters

I WANMR ea CO.
State St. Sign of the bi- white slioe.

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Slickers and Raincoats
Me isterachaft Shoes
J. & M. Shoes
Frisbie Collar
Redman Collars
Stetson Hats

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