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omplete line of Foot Ball Goods of all kinds
Balls from $1.00 to $5.00
Vm Supplies"
outfit for $2.25. Get your Gym Shoes for
the rush 75a
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Students Bookstore
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A NW and very delightful ser-
vice feature has been recently,
introduced during afternoon hours
in the
Shoppers may enjoy a moment's
quiet rest over a cup of their fav-
orite tea with a helping of tea
biscuit or assorted sandwiches to
complete the lunch.
Of course, you may order a reg-
ular meal at any time during store
hours.
Announcement of removal
to new quarters will be
made shortly-meanwhile
t a k e either elevator to
second floor

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Published every morning except
Monday during the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann. Arbor as
second-class matter.
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $2.0; by mail, $z.o. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State. 'Phones 96o
and 2414.
Business Office Phone 960
Editorial Office Phone 2414
H. Beach Carpenter........Managing Editor
W. -Sherwood Field........Business Manager
Fred Foulk.................News Editor
17, V. McKinney..........Associate Editor
T'. Hawley Tapping.........Associate Editor
F. M. Church...............Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Zlofman Arthur H. Torrey
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1914.
Night Editor-E. C. Roth
THE STADIUM.
In a few years Michigan is to have
a stadium which will be equaled .in
seating capacity by only one or two
others in the country. Already one of
the proposed three units in its con-
struction has been completed. Those
who have seen most of the great stadia
now in use say that the Ann Arbor
structure, when done, willnbenthe best
possessed by any American university.
considering its practicableness.
The fact that Ferry field includes a
stadium which is among the finest in
the land, makes a good talking point
for Michigan. All superlatives are
useful in convincing outsiders, and
when the advocate can apply a super-
lative sincerely to anything connect-
ed with the athletic department of his
particular institution, it has more than
ordinary efficacy.
The campus and alumni, however,
appreciate the stadium more materi-
ally. It is useful. It was designed
with care, and it would seem to be an
addition to the athletic equipment
which will be of great convenience and
comfort to those who attenad football
and track contests for many years to
come.
Come what may, the Harvard Extra
will be pink, not crimson, when It ap-
pears on the street Saturday after-
noon.
In view of the odds, the special train
to Cambridge will probably be a reg-
ular treasure caravan.
Someone argues that the workmen
on the roof of West hall are figures of
speech.
It might be said that the tennis tour-
nament just over was a smashing suc-
cess.,
Emma Goldman ought to be able to
find supporters among the soph med-
ics:
That discouraged look had disap-
peared when the team left yesterday.
Cleverness in matters religious does
not leave a good taste.
Anyway, cold weather means hot
water.
Pianos to rent at Schaeberle & Sons
Music House, ti.
Dean's Fresh Roasted Peanuts Have
a different flavor. 214 S. Main St. 26-7

Univelity Ave. Pharmacy. The new
store. Drugs, sundaes, and toilet ar-
titles.

High Jinks,
Arthur Hammerstein's production of
"High Jinks," after having run for
a year at the Casino theater, New
York, comes to the Garrick theater,
Detroit, next Monday evening, for an
engagement of one week. "High Jinks"
which is described as a musical jollity,
is the work of Otto Hauerbach and
Rudolph Friml, who are best known as
the authors of "Naughty Marietta" and
"The Firefly."
"High Jinks" is named for a magical
perfume which upon smelling gives
happiness. The plot of the story con-
cerns the career of an American nerve
specialist residing in Paris who comes
under the spell of "High Jinks."
Contributions to the Christmas ship
fund, instituted last summer by the
Chicago Herald for the relief of women
and children in the warring European
countries, are being made up in sever-
al of the sorority houses. Contribu-
tions are to be sent by Michigan wom-
en Monday, and should be in the hands
of Miss Mary Yost, 1004 Oakland ave-
nue, telephone 1789-J, by Saturday
night.
President-Emeritus James B. Angell
will be the speaker at the first weekly
meeting of the Women's League in
Barbour Gymnasium at 4:00 o'clock
Friday afternoon, and all university
women are cordially invited. Follow-
ing President Angel's talk, a recep-
tion will be held in the parlors of the
gymnasium, and will be followed by
dancing. Membership in the League
may be obtained at this meeting,
which will be succeeded by some sort
of gathering on every Friday of the
college year.
The cross-country walking squad
will leave Barbour gymnasium at 10:00
o'clock Saturday morning for the all-
day trip, postponed from last week.
* * *
Schedules for required winter gym-
'nasium work will be posted in Barbour
gymnasium and in the Women's league
room in University hall, Monday, and
participants are asked to refer to them.
Wyvern, junior women's honorary
society, has elected the following to
member'ship: Elsa Apfel, Honor Gain-
es, Estelle Hooper, Isabella Hicks,
Florence Snyder,' Berenice Hannon,
RuthKreger, Elizabeth Kennedy, Alice
Lloyd, Marion ;Payne, Ellen Sargent,
Eleanor Stalker, Grace Thomasma, Je-
mima Wenley, and Katherine Wenley.
The new members will be initiated
Tuesday evening, November 10.
Standng at noon of Muller's 'trip to
Harvard will be posted in Huston's
winidow but the contest will not close
until 3 o'clock In the afternoon. "7
Although we sold over 700 toques
yesterday we will have seven gross
more for this morning. Harry Muller,
"On to Harvard" Headquarters. 27
In future all cars stop at Goodyear
Drug Store. tf

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honorary degree. It
takes VELVET, the
best o' Kentucky's T
Burley, two years to
get it.
In VELVET there's its aged-in-the-wood mellowness
added to all the natural taste and fragrance of Kentucky's
Burley de Luxe. 10c tins and 5c metal-lined bags.
Announcement
Having enlarged and remodeled our Studio we are now.
prepared to give even better service than here-to-foie.
Try Us
DA1N ES & NICKELS
P IY 'T00 R A PhhRBI~S

Foot Bali Goods for
Interclass Foot Ball

- $1.60 to $3.50
- $3.50 to $4
- . 25c to 76
zss - $1 to $2.50
lards $2.80 to $6

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Any size or shape
>amples. Lowest Prices

PEN HOSPITAL

334 and 336 S. State St.

Phone 310-J

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- - 340 S. State St.

Burchfield & Co.
We can offer you the finest and
best tailoring service to be had in
the state, with no exception.
Evening dress is our specialty.
Burchfield & Co.

ASAmL LIGHTOOS
All Sizes 'Ot Reasonable Priceo
AT
MANN'S DRVG STORE
Phone 876 213 S. Main St.

"On to Harvard" contest closes
m. today. Ilurry up.

3 p.
27

Salads
made with a home flavor. In fact, all our confections
are strictly home made; such delicacies as candies, ice
creams and dainty lunches we claim to be the best you
can find.
TilE CREST-

106 E. HURON ST.

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Best shoe shining.
cleaned cqnd blocked.
& Co.

Hats of all kinds
Next to Wagner
eod.

The best chocolates-Cranes
Gilberts at Quarry's.
Towels-soap-tooth brushes
directory at Quarry Drug Co.

and
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and
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Let us Show You some real all Wool Mackinaw
ats, in latest Styles.
Toques - Sweaters - Hats - Caps - Gloves

The men who will go East today
will see on the Harvard yard the new
shades in mackinaws-vagne browns
and greens. We have the first ship-
ment of these new shades made in the
new styles to come to Ann Arbor. Har-
ry Muller, "On to Harvard Headquar-
ters.' 27
"WARM UNDERWEAR"
Union Suits that fit
$1,00 Up or $5.00 Down
at
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE
Main St.
Graham's Barber Shop, 121 W.,Her-
on St., opposite D. U. R. Only barber
shop In Ann Arbor under student man-
agement. Your patronage will be ap-
preciated. Glenn Graham, '17 Dent.

Toggery Shop
So. University Ave.

Big chorus girls contest at the Ma-
jestic Friday night. - 26-7-8
Join the classes at Granger's if you
care to dance correctly. Class every
Wednesday night at 7:30. Private les-
sons by appointment. For particulars
call at 312 Maynard St. next to Majes-
tic or phone 246.
Dance every Wednesday and Satur-
day night from 9 to 12. 50c per couple.
vw n In i n A n"UL r n C

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