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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Our Political Platform
Is
ight Price and Quality
PrI""e ua"i
C'. H. W ild Co.
Tailors and Importers
311 South State Street
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THE HCHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
igan.
Published every morning except Monday dur-
ing' the university year.
Entredat hepost-office at Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan, under Act of Congress of March 3 the fact that next Thursday will be
1879. Pink Tea Day in the Colyum. Only
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build- perfumed parlor stuff will be printed
ing, Maynard Street. in this number, and in this number on-
Office Hours: Editor-z to 3 p. m.; 7 to 10
p. m. Business Manager-x to 3 p. m. ly. White gloves, turned neatly back
Subscription Price: By carrier, $2.5o; by mail, at the wrists, and pink ties must be
$ 3.00.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's worn by our contribs when writing
Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; Davis for this memorable issue. So there!
and Konald's Confectionary Store.
Phones: Bell and Home, 96o. X-
Ode to an Unhappy Fate.
Alone we moped; the crowd had went
To 0. S. U. on pleasure bent.
Frank Pennell............Managing Editor We would have went, but pshaw! you
Joseph Fouchard.........Business Manager know,

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FOOT BALL For Class
SUPPLIES Teams
FOOT BALL SHOES for $3.50 worth $5.00
STOCKINGS for 25c worth much more
UNION SUITS for $3.50 so good you never need another
Head Gears, Shoulder Guards, Nose Mash, etc., etc.
Ask to see our $6.oo Auto Sweaters.

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carry a complete line of Sporting Goods, Gym Supplies

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hold up the banner of
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(Copyrighted)

TYPEWRITERS
New and Rebuilt - All Makes
FOR SALE OR RENT
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UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER

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wits Cleaned and Pressed........... ...$.76
nits Pressed.................... . ...$.25
vercoats Cleaned and Pressed...........$.75
vercoats Pressed.................,.....$.20
rouse.rs Pressed.. ..............$.10.
410 S. STATE ST.
Pressing and Repairing. All Work Pressed by Hand

Maurice Toulme..............News Editor Our check came just two weeks ago.
C. Harold Hippler........... ..Assistant -H. R. S.
Karl Matthews..............Athletic Editor
G. C. Eldredge ...............Assistant
John Townley.......,....Music and Drama
eonard M. Rieser ....... . .....Files DeSt
"See them blondes?"
EDITORIALS "Haven't time,"
Howell Van Auken - Mauric Myers "Conductor, ring two fairs."
-M. R. H.
NIGHT EDITORS
H. Beach Carpenter .. Fred B. Foulk
Morton R. Hunter ..........Morris Milligan AllS Quiet Down the Huron.
Russell H. Neilson ..........Bruce J. Miles A pretty fem, en tate-a-tate,
REPORTERS Forget it!
James D' Fvin ...........Ernest R. Burton A chafing dish and fudge that's great,
David D. Hunting...........J. V. Sweeneyorget it!
BUSINESS STAFF An open door, another face-
Adna R. Johnston.........Advertising Mgr. Landlady, ten bells, sad case;
Emerson Smith ..............Accountant
Laurence D. Bartlett......Circulation Mgr. The Ypsi course is out of date-
Forget it! -H. E. L.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1912._y.
SU DA ,_ CT BE_ 2 ,_91 .O ut of respect for the day of rest
and repentance, we are shelving the
ELECTION TIE-UPS. Peru stuff this a. m.
Several classes will again have to --X-
resort to new elections because of the Sabbath Suggestions.
operation of the ruling which says "Somebody strangle that alarum
that a man must have a majority over clock!"
the rest of the field to return him "Gee, and I- just shaved Friday
'a winner. This is a nuisance from night."
the standpoint of the voter and the "A nice turn-out please; one that
candidate alike, will hold two comfortably,-but-ah-
It would seem that two candidates not too c6mfortably."
for one office should be plenty. Re--X-
quiring a majority where five candi- Outside!
dates are running, as was the case in If the sun casts sunbeams, can an
the senior medic race for the presi- engineer cast eye-beams? --M. R. H.
dency yesterday, is absurd. Three-X
candidates for any office under the Now you know how nice it feels to
same ruling is not feasible, as was go west on a homeseekers' excursion.
demonstrated in the junior law and -X-
senior lit elections. Quick! Quick! the Meat-Axe.
Every class should either adopt Him-What'd they stake you at the
the direct primary, eliminating down Union last eve?
to two candidates for each office, or Other Him-Steak and steak-ato
abolish the majority requirement. Un- singing. -Very Anon.
til all class, elections are put on the -X_
same basis as elections to the student We enjoyed the sermon, too,
council, a change from a majority to
a plurality requirement would be the Pennsylvania Alumnus Visitiig Here.
most practicable. . J. Herbert Russell, '03, of Indiana,
Penn., is spending a few days with
GARGOYLE WILL BE OUT FRIDAY friends in Ann Arbor.
Difficulty Experienced in Obtaining RUNNERS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF
Material for Fall Number. FINE WEATHER TO WORK OUT.
The initial issue of the Gargoyle will Fall is usually held to be the exclus-
appear on Friday, October 25. It will ive property of the football men, but
be known as the freshman number, every afternoon when the weather is
and will concern itself largely with fair, a few white clad forms miay be
the first-year men. seen jogging around the cinder track
encircling the Varsity football field.
A feature of this year's Gargoyle will Capt. Haff, Bond, Seward and Kohler-
be the appearance each month of an are a quartet of last year's stars, who
article under the caption "Sophomore are taking advantage of the fresh air
Rhetoric Themes." The terms of a practice to work out the stiffness in
prize contest for stories, poems, and preparation for this winter's indobr
drawings, will also be announced in season. Monetta, a freshman, winner
the October number, of the century dash at the last invi-
Considerable difficulty has been ex- tation meet here, is also working out.
perienced so far in getting material,
the appearance of this month's num- 1916 FRESHMEN ARE HUSKY LOT
ber being delayed on that account.
Competition still continues for va- Physical Condition Better Than That
cancies on the Gargoyle staff, the only of Last Year's Class.
editorial positions now permanently As far as can be determined at this
filled being as follows:. Harold McGee, time, the measurements and physical
managing editor; "Bill" Fanning, art conditioi of the class of 1916 show a
editor; and Karl Matthews, humor ed- small gain over last year's new-com-
itor. ers. Among those who have been ex-
amined, Dr. Mayrhas found several
GAME DOES NOT INTERFERE - who give promise of providing good
WITH WEEKLY UNION DANCE material for the track team.
The freshmen are much more prompt
in enrolling in gym classes than those
Despite the large number of stu- of last year. The classes on Mondays
dents out of the city yesterday, nearly and Fridays at 3:15 and 4:15, and the
100 couples attended the regular week- class that meets on Tuesdays and
ly membership dance at the Union last Thursdays at 4:15, are already filled.
evening. The chaperones were Prof. All freshmen who have not yet en-
and Mrs. C. E. Aigler and Prof. and rolled should do so during the next
Mrs. C. J. Tilden. week.
Held

The vogue in outdoor he:
This is the day of the cap.
1{ ~ The man who doesn't realize
wake up.
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HAVE YOU HEARD THE LATEST BITS in popular sorgs' If notcall at
- RINNELL BROS. 120-122 East Liberty St.
where the young lady will be pleased to demonstrote the music for you-All popular
songs and music 10 cents. Yellow and Blue 16c

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Reserved Seat Sale for

SHORAL' UNION' CONCERTS

First Choice,
Wednesday and Thursday
S5econd Choice,
Friday and Saturday-
Next Choice,
On and after Monday

75c
50c
25c

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THINK OF IT !!
Schuman-Heink, Flonzaly Quartet, Werrenrath, Full Bos-
ton Symphony Orchestra, Tina Lerner, and
The May Festival
with the Choral Union Chorus, the Theodore Thomas Orchestra
and a lot of star soloists.
Tickets for Winter Concerts with reserve seat, $3.25 to
$3.75. These tickets may be exchanged for May Festival re-
serve seats later by paying $I.oo to $3.00.
ALL SALES AT
University School of Music

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The Proper Place to
Take Your Lady
Friend
for dinner, luncheon or refresh-
ments is
Mack's
Tea Room
Combines seclusion with culinary
perfection. Service alacarte. Open
8 a. m. to 5 p. i., on Saturdays
till 9 p. mn. Orchestra Saturdays.
SECOND FLOOR
MACK & Co.
MAIN STREET

Special No, Shadow Engineer's Drawing Lamp.
IN ARBOR GAS COMPANY

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Particularly good for either
formal day or evening wear.
15e. each, 2 for 25c.
Send for "Ei'ndngujre"
Cluett. Peabody & Co., Troy, N. Y.

H I R O P0 D Y
CORNS CARED FOR AND
NAILS CURED
et also taught Everything absolutely anti-
Office Hours 9-12 a.m. 1-5 p.m
J. FOLEY 921 EAST HURON
s E. of High School Phone 989J
The
S and MechanIcs Bank
.103-105 South Main Street

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Ann 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. 8:4Op. m., 9:45 p. m., and 10:45 p m
To.Ypslanionly. 11:15 p. m., 12:15 p. m.
12:30 p. m.,1:00 a. mn.
Limited Cars for Jackson-7:46 a. m. and
every two hours to 7:46 p. m.
Local Cars for Jacksen-5:20 a. m., and
every two hours to 9:20 p. m., 11:15 p. in.

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