THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan.x Published every morning except
Monday during the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $2.5o by mail, $2.50. Want ad.
stations:(quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. HI.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 96a
-Editorial Office Phone 2414
H. Beach Carpenter........Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field....... Business Manager
Fred Foulk.....................News Editor
F. F. 'McKinney............Associate Editor
T. Hawley Tapping..........Associate Editor
F. M. Church................Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hofrnan Arthur H. Torrey
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1914.
Night Editor-E. Rodgers Sylvester.
A STUDENT FORUM.
As an encouragement to popular dis-
cussion of current matters, on and off
campus, it has been suggested that a
student forum be established at Mich-
igan. The large room at the Union, or
some convenient room in a university
building, might be thrown open one
night a week for informal argumenta-
tion on economic, political and socio-
logical questions. Possibly the idea
might be extended, under restrictions,
to hiclude discussion regarding candi-
dates for student offices, and it cer-
tainly might embrace a consideration
of questions of policy in matters di-
rectly affecting students.
If rightly conducted, the forum need
not encroach upon the field of the lit-
erary and debating societies, although
it is probable that the men who would
participate most actively in such a
forum would be also interested in so,
ciety work. Obviously, free speech
would be encouraged, and the aim
would be to focus the opinions of as
many men as possible upon any given
If the scheme is a rather radical one
to attempt, it might be tried out simply
as a doubtful experiment. One or two
sessions should be sufficient to deter-
mine whether the suggestion is a prac-
ticable one. It would seem that it
might be taken up tentatively by ei-
ther the Union, or by a separate
group of students who favored it.
It is predicted that, in the future,
there will be no' danger of having Anni
Arbor omitted from the maps used in
the athletic offices of eastern colleges.
If your room-mate who went East1
for the game handles his cup with the,
little finger extended, don't blame it
all on Harvard.
Captain will face captain at the:
Penn game, the chiefs of both teamsc
playing the center position.
Norman Hackett, '98, known as one of
the most prominent Michigan alumni
in the theatrical world, will appear at
the Whitney theater Saturday evening
in "The Typhoon." While in college
Mr. Hackett was closely identified with
campus theatricals, being one of the
founders of the comedy club.
Upon completing his college course,
Mr. Hackett was engaged by Madame
Rhea, the celebrated French actress,
to appear in her company. He gradu-
ally ascended to stellar roles, and has
appeared in "Satan Sanderson," "The
Double Deceiver," and "Beau Brum-
mel." "The Typhoon" is considered to
be his best play. It gives one an idea
of the Japanese that has never been
brought before the American public
in the same light.
Taking the form of a field day on
Palmer field, the Women's League en-
tertainment this Friday will be under
the auspices of the Women's athleti&
association. The finals of the inter-
class tennis tournament will be played
off, and there will be a match game
between the freshman and the upper-
class hockey teams, followed by an
exhibition game of cricket by two
freshman teams. Refreshments will
be served by the League.
*~ * *
Taxes of 50 cents, to cover the ex-
pense of the administration of the jun-
ior luncheons and the junior play, and
of the social committee in general, are
due from all junior women, who are
urged to pay today at the table placed
in the library corridor by Eleanor
* * *
Attendance at the first class of win-
ter gymnasium work, according to the
bulletin published yesterday, is im-
portant, and no excuse will be consid-
ered valid for non attendance at the
preliminary lecture in Barbour gym-
nasium at 4:45 o'clock Monday after-
There will be a meeting of the jun-
ior girls' social committee at 3:30
o'clock this afternoon in Barbour gym-
nasium, to plan class luncheons, and
the entertainment for the advisees.
* * *
"Kermess" is the name of an enter-
tainment to be given by university
women at 8:00 o'clock Saturday, De-
cember 12, in Hill auditorium, under
the combined auspices of the Women's
league, the Girl's glee club, and the
Masques, the administrative body of
the Women's dramatic association.
Permission for the use of the auditori-
um has just been secured and the pro-
gram for the occasion will be announc-
A Pair of $6.00 Trousers
Made to Your Order Ab=
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Every Suit or o'coat
at $20.00; the Same
Material as Suit pr.,
Different for a Lim
209 E. LIBERTY ST.
ACROSS FROM VARSITY LAUNDRY
IN OLD HOME TELEPHONE CO'S BUILDING
Foot Ball Trousers - . $1.50 to $3.50
Shoes - $3.50 to $4
Stockings - 25c to 75c
plead Harness - l to $2.50
Shoulder Guards $2.50 to $5
Every Article Guaranteed
Foot Ball Goods for
Interclass Foot Ball
Phone Us Your Order
T'S a ill wind that
nobody good, but
it's a better that blows
nobody ill. Thar ain't
nothin' but good in
in Official Colors
E-Bunting in. Michigan's.
w blue has been especially
pared by us and nmay be
1 only at this store.
d o e s nt.
live a better'
than Yost -- a better
trainer than Farrel nor a better
student manager than Leonard.
Even Clarence, the r u b b e r
is in a 'class by himself.
I r Wolverine',
is unanimous in stating that
Good Cloths are a valuable asset
in college life. "Line Up" today
for an Ed. V. Price>&. Co. tailored
to-order suit. Cost is moderate.
Fred. W. Gross
4th & Liberty St.
Those world famous pipe smoking qualities that Nature
puts into Kentucky's Burley de Luxe are brought out to
full, aged-in-the-wood, mellow perfection in VELVET,
The Smoothest Smoking Tobacco. 10c tins and 5c metal-
PICTUU E FLA MING I
tradition is hit by the instal-
cork flooring at the general
has it that the coach will
stogie during Saturday's
Any size or shape
Call and See our Samples.
IOUNTAIN PEN HOSPITA L
We serve them quickly, our
prices are moderate and we
are liberal in quantity. +
T T T L ES
Fresh football stars appear promi-
nently in the class election returns.
The new stand deserves to be form-
ally dedicated with a victory.
Palmer field is a popular place for
Church Celebrates "Guy Fawkes Day"
"Guy Fawkes' Day" will be cele-
brated with an entertainment at the
Congregational church at 8:00 o'clock
this evening. A playlet, dramatizing
the famous gunpowder plot, with cos-
tumes and pyrotechnics to satisfy the
most hardened realist will be present-
ed. Other features of interest will
follow. All are invited,
FOR SALE-Hoppe has a 11 by 14 pic-
ture of Ferry Field and Stadium.
IRVING F. SCH L EE DE - - 340 S. State St.
Where will You Take HER? To
Sam Burchfield & Co.
BM S Y
"THE POPULAR PLACE"
Not all the chestnuts are
Special delivery letters by
After the Show
After the Game
After the Dace
We can offer you the finest and
best tailoring serice to be had in
the state, with no exception.
Eiening dress is our specialty.
Sam Burchfield & Co.
106 E. HURON ST.
Our Candies are Pure and Wholesome, and Fresh every day
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
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Phone 8 76 2 1 38 5. Main St.
Got Timne to
We've got Time to Show you
our complete line of Toggery
Towels-soap-tooth brushes and
directory at Quarry Drug Co. eod
Univeitv Ave. Pharmacy. The new
store. Drugs, sundaes, and toilet ar-
Varsity Toggery Shop
1017 So University Ave.
LOST-Saturday night, a gold Elgin
watch. Finder return to Michigan
Daily. Liberal reward. 31-35
In future all cars stop at Goodyear
Drug Stare. tf
New pumps-Glide Last-just re-
ceived. Wagner & co., State St. 23-33
Get your kodak supplies at thei
University Ave. Pharmacy. Open
and night and Sundays.
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