as. Our experience of twen-
ly miade-to-order work, the
entire supervision iti the cut-
.n who measures you are the
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. jPublished every morning except
Monday daring the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $.50; by mail, $2.50. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. If.
Davis, car.' Packard and State. 'Phones q6o
If. Beach Carpenter-------...Managing* Editor
W. Sherwxood Field-------.Business Mlanager
FreJ Foulk........... ... ..Nerws Editor
P. F. MelKinncy............ Associate Editor
T. idlawley 'Tapping.......... Associate Editor"
F. \M. Church ................Sporting Editor
A sistanf s to Pusiness MTanager
Joh)11Leconard Ray Leffler.
Rudolph Hlofroari Arthur H. Torrey
W1EDN\ESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1914.
Night Editor-Donald M. Sarbaugh.
The Michigan Union represents' our
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WHEN DREAMS COME' TRUE.
Some good dancing, some singing,
not so good, and a bit of mechanical-,
Michigan's Best blea $lo
ly injected farce, which finally got in-
and Second Hand
your money and buy
Rule, $7.50 with Leather Case
n Pens. I. . Note Books
's Special Self-filling Pen $i. 5o
to full swving in the last act, made up
last night's offering at the Whitney.
There was an abundance of dream'
talk, as the name might suggest, and
most of the dialogue was of primeval
simplicity. But the crude spots were
toned down commendably,. the com-
edy situations were of the staple kind
that are always safe, while the caste
was agile if not altogether talented.
]Pi ederic Stanley showed enough~
ability to deserve recognition as the
star of the, production, even if the book
hiad .not considerably grouped the cho-
rus around him at frequently pleas-
ureable moments. He danced well and
sang tender airs, into the spot light im-
Jack, Maundy-- as the detective, Mar-
garet Grae as the dream girl, Bert
'Wheeler and Mable Withee as the dim-
asnutive dancing team and Connie Mac
asCousin. Matilda, gave acceptable
For All I',: .tnc i
LOOSE ,LERAF NOTE; BOORK t~N.\~1iSYC
*. in., also 8:io
3, n., 6:o6 a. in.,
,6 p. Inl., 7:o6 p.
and 70:45 P. In.
:46 a. in. and
:51 p. in., also
We are better prepared
thau ever before to meet your
wants for the Fall and Winter of
1914 - 15
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
Ready to wear. The store that.
always treats you fair
Michigan spirit and our Michigan so-
ciableness in concrete form. It is our-
selves. It greew out of us, the student
body in the first place, and it contin-
ues to have its being unalterably in us.;
LWithout us it is idle equipment,-
-building, reading room:, cafe, dance
floor, manaEers, officers, clerks. With
tjs it is an institution:
There are some who have grievanc-
es or prejudices against the way in
which the Union is run. These few
are usually' not members.; Their criti-
cism is seldom directed against the
idea of getting Michigan men together,
for wbhich the Union claims to stand.
They can show you specific instances
where. so-and-sq failed to get, a de-
served place on a Union committee;
they are willing to prove to you per-
haps that one does not get two and a
half dollars out o~f a membership, in
But they confuse the point. They
forget that they are criticising. details
and not ,essentials. The Union's aim
Just now when you are g.. i v~ared you
will need TOILET ARICLsL;OA . TOOTH
BRUSHES and 0OWDER , " , TOWEL.S.
SHAVING NEEDS $of all kIndkl not the
least at this time a STUVID T~ ) I C
TOFY for your own cate
" T e D ruggists on the t e P.rer.. i .,.id wN U; U iv.
THEHOME OF R.XALL4-RE DIES
124 S. MAIN
Set N O OW Ja-te new
cos.AR O ,
- CluetPeaodv ,r& Coh.c Ma's
You will find
dents believe that it is~ getting along
toward its horizon with no inordinate
amount of administrative blundering.
SIt deserves su~pport, as wellfas intel-
ligent, criticism, and every Michigan
man should be on its roll.
It is estimated that 30000 hours of
students' time is spent annually ,ini
standing in line. Enough time ,4~o
write another Les Miserables, or to
play 22,000 games of pool, just as you
care to look: at it.
It would simplify matters if well-
intentioned merchants would leave the
'matter of card-indexin~g students'
names to the Union and the Y. M. C.
Pleasant weather to be spending in_
class rooms. But think of the Califor-
nia students who went back in August.
Green blinds would improve the al-
ready good appearance of the Ferry
Each man get a maan, and we'll get
NEW IN D BECO1~NN
Now on Display
Good Clothes: Store
WANTED-Private Board 10 or 12
girls.' Rate $3.50 per wreek. Apply 608
Monroe 'St. 1, 2, 3.j
Dewey and Rlogers will head the
production "Safetyr First," at the Ma-
jestic for the last three days of the
week, with matinees on Friday and
The Prince Cimap
"The Prince Chap," described as a
comedy of today, will appear Satur-
day at the Whitney, matinee and night.
The ticket sale opens tomorrow.
COSMOPOLITAN DIRECTORS TO
OUTLJ4AN E FLXXS FOR YEAR
Definite plans of the Cosmopolitan
club for the year will be decided upon
at a hmeeting of the board of directors,
called by Preside nt W. C. Achi, Jr.,
for Saturday night.
An innovation in the club's" plans
for, this year will be a series of inter-
national nights, including Russian,
Hawaiian, South American, Japanese
and Chinese nights. On these even-
ings there will be talks by natives on
their countries. The Russian night
will be held soon.
Arrangements are being made for a
reception to be given by the club. At
this time President Harry B. Hutch-
ins wvill address the foreign students.
A trip similar to the one taken by
Cosmopolitani club members last
spring w ill be arranged this year. Last
spring large industries in the cities
of Detroit, Battle Creek, and Grand
Rapids -were visited. A. bureau of ex-
tension lectures. will be conducted by
Lawton to Speak to "Y" Com miltteemen
Fred Lawton, '11, of Detroit, will be
the principal speaker at the banquet
given by the Y. M.?T C. A.. to the group
of 100 membership committeemen,' in
Newberry hall, at 6:00 o'clock tonight.
President William C. Mullendore, '14,
'161a, will preside, and Ralph E. Sny-
der, '14L, will speak.
The lecture in E~conomics 38, which,
was, scheduled to, be given yesterday
at 2: 00 o'clock, will be given Thurs-
dlay at 2:00 o'clock in room 101 Eco-
Corner Maynard andl-w * S+ y y
Pianos for Ra ;
Victor Vict'roa an DI~ cod
the largest and
f or ladies and
ad let no sh~ow you the new Fall models'
NEEiD S WORK 7FOR STI'DE - .1. ITO WOM0N1E
Employment has been furnished t'o Ms tiC ~ai wishes to mieet.
75 students, during the last weel . tby e idulprlswmna
Union, but more than 260 applicat a1
could not be. supplied, because n:U the organizationa
dearth of jobs turned in., ~c and other sports.
Of "the 260 acid more applicantsfo*
work. the majority is self -supportn l i~ ai~ t liberty to assist.
and many are withholding paymento Ms Ah':~au i classifying fresh-
their tuition until some perm ",nern rl)U w ork are' requaes t-
woyk is secured. Thus far, 40 1,,ai'd- ~a ne
jobs, 12 room-jobs, A few other pr-t or~ l
manent positions ,and several oddob*
have been given out by the bureau1_. 1U11ive~ rtY i ..en are slow inl
Un cess more work is turned in fin oti ig. tArat;etic books. They
of the/students looking' for work must will b plc ou today and tomorrow
return to th erhomes. Hdereaft er r01),Itfrom_°o'lckuntil 5:00o'clock.,
hours of the bureau will be 11:01 to nth(1)rlro nivers°ity haldand~
12:00 o'clock a. m. "and 1:00 to 234tl Am!it~ re to obtain them
o'clock p. in., and the telephone nr-tvi
ber is 2370. = *
The Union employment bulr, au Twindrd~omen attended the
maintains general relations with h Olfl ta gvr by the;;women's
University Y. M. C. A. employmnt aege at Bat°ur girymnasium Moit-
reau, but as yet no system of co-oP.. day u u memrs ihip of the league
eration between the two has been ef o ouesf uhudredl, more than
fected. haf o 1:,oein the Unaiv ers ity
W. J. Br yan on "1," Sunday Frmgramall
The committee in charge of they 'l x 5icb su gestion box" iii
M. C. A. Sunday night meetingsattehe4n:r bay for the members
Majestic theater, has secured at - league. Commnuni-
ceptionally strong repertoire of pe- aoi>oteotiers anid committee
ers for student entertainment anin--vhtr;wi.)t b dropped in, signed
struction this year. William Jeunn, or, 5i.U~Iti hoped that mnem-
Bryan, Secretary of State, is sla d to er iiri i-iny helpful ideas to
talk November 29, and such men ;tas ~eu, bsw ay. These sug-
Dean Shaller Mathews, of the U[nivr-t sUl' aH e eiv ered to the p)er-
sity of Chicago, Fred .Lawton, :",e s ~ hnn~e are addressed.
Detroit,Reverend John Timothy S tone- -" -
of Chicago, President Vincent, of in- !t; i''_o~ twin cylinder io-
University of Minnesota, Presideti 0< i 15' all "9-JT.
Bert Parker Fitch, of AndoverTeo
logical Seminary (Harvard) and > ~big %ane lank~s
op McDowell, of Chicago, will 1,~jtttit~ A sets of application
on the program. 1 _ o ~g~ ame tickets have
_______________________I 'nci!c the athletic associ-
ave $3.00 to $3.50 by buyiu yn ztil~Y '~ inni and othier per-
drawing instruments of W. L. Scv i.roi" h lteodered lickets. for
714 S. 12th St. 1034J. saVhj- 5 crs.
Cars and Auto
ing - K. Disde-
nd springs for,
])am~ing classes every Monday and
TPhursday 7:00 p. in., beginning Oct-5t n t . A v r o p t n n
structor from -New Jersey will dem-
onstrate the new dances both in class
and private lessons. The academy
has been newly decorated and equip-
ped with electric fans., Phone 1850-M.
plete-at a bar-I