THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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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
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $2.50; by mail, $2.50. Want ad.
stations; Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 96o
Editorial Office .,Phone 2414
H. Beach Carpenter........Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field........Business Manager
. F. McKinney...... ....Associate
T. Hawley Tapping.........Associate
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Foot Balls from $1.00 to $5.00
A complete outfit for $2.25. Get your Gym Shoes for
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nited and Express Cars for Detroit-7:10
m. and hourly to 6:to p. m., also 8:so
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end every two hours to 6:o6 p. in., 7:o6 p.
n., S:o6 p. m., 9:10 p.m., and o;45 p. n.
o Ypsilanti only, t :i5 p. m., 1,:15 p. m,
2:30 P. in., i :oo a. m.
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ED. V. PRICE & CO.
The Little Schoolmaster das;
We are better prepared
han ever before
rants for the Fall
914 - 15
to meet your
and Winter of
Watch us in 1915
Assistants to Business Manager
Iohn Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hofman Arthur H. Torrey
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 91.44.
Night Editor-Chester L. Muller.
The campus has never been so ab-
sorbed in football as it is at the pres-
ent moment. 'Two defeats have bad
little discouraging effect on the root-
ers, and last eSaturday's showing has
only served to increase interest in the
team for the two games which remain
to be played. These are tense mo-
If Michigan wins tomorrow, as most
persons in Ann Arbor expec, there is
bound to be rejoicing. The fact that
the Varsity has had difficlt progress
so far will strengthen the enthusiasm.
Every loyal follower of the team, to-
gether with thou few who had be-
come discouraged, will be in a jubilant
mood tomorrow evening.
It is trite to ,ay that jollification
carried too far is nough to off-set any
score which the team might make. A
repetition of last year's disagreeable
episode will be a loss for Michigan.
Serious-minded students realize this,
and their influenc 3 is being counted
upon. to minimize celebration of the
Samuel Adams was on 60 commit-
tees in the Continental Congress, but
more than one man on the campus
has his record beaten locally.
The blue-book excuse is keeping
home the usual number of parents of
prospective fussers at tomorrow's
The "German Bullet" is on display,
ready for action, in the show window
of a State street store.
"To close or not to close;" that is
the question for Mayor McKenzie just
It might be explained that the block
"M" does not stand for any one play
Betting odds do not always supply
an accurate prediction..
Ann Arbor welcomes the early ar-
Romping, nimble comedy introduced
Miss Billie Burke in the role of Jerry
Townsend, at the Whitney last night.
Farcical situations abounded to such
a degree that Miss Burke was never
without an opportunity to poke humor
at the half dozen members of her sup-
porting company. And she did it in
such a delightfully ingratiating way
that everybody was pleased.
The lines were clever and the star
was clever. Perhaps both were a tri-
fle too clever in spots. There were too
many references to the serious things
of life to excuse the play as a farce,
while, even as breezy comedy, it was
not entirely congruous. In brief, Jer-
ry falls in love with her aunt's fiance,
and breaks up a, long-time attachment
quite gracefully enough, going through
three acts of pouts and pranks be-
fore she finally succeeds, with the aid'
of a comic-supplement poison ruse.
It was all very pleasant. Olive 01-
iver, as the aunt, and H. Lawrence
Leyton, as the Kansas City English-
man, were capable. Shelley Hull, as
Montague in the play proper, gave
promise in the prologue, but proved a
trifle inflexible as Jerry's idol.
"WITHIN TlE LAW"
Smokeless powder and a Maxim sil-
encer were introduced to the stage for
the first time in Bayard Veiller's ab-
sorbing play of human interest, "With-
in the Law," which Selwyn and Com-
pany are to present at the Garrick
Theatre, Detroit, next week, for a re-
turn engagement. The self-sacrifice
of a professional criminal, who takes
the blame upon himself and goes to
his execution because of his devotion
to a woman who befriended him in an
hour of peril, forms one of the thrill-
ing scenes with which "Within the
Law" abounds. There is also the so-
cial problem of the debt involved,
when one is unjustly convicted of a
crime and sent to prison, serving out
the full sentence, only to be hounded
and persecuted afterward, and thus
prevented from earning a reputable
Burton Holmes' motion pictures of
"War-time Europe" are a worth-while
feature of the program at the Majestic,
this week end. Intimate views of the
principals in the present conflict,-the
capitals of the countries involved and
the land, water and air forces of the
nations manoeuvering In time of peace
take on a vital interest in view of the
present situation. Reed and Wood
showed best on the vaudeville program
with a singing act of considerable
taste and finish. Wells, hobo, followed
with a rapid fire line and a saxophone
specialty, while an acrobatic act and
a travesty sketch on the new woman
got across with average success.
Band report at Hill auditorium to-
night promptly at 7:15 o'clock.
Senior dents meet today at 10:00
o'clock for the election of committee-
Meeting of the Michigan chapter of
the Brotherhood of Saint Andrew at
Harris hall tonight at 6:30 o'clock.,
Soe"cel' P"yers""Tee' Yps; "'QLt*o'l"
Coach McCall's' sccer team stage3
the return game of the season with
Ypsilanti Normal's cleen Saturday
morning on Fer-y field. The first
meeting of these teams several weeks
ago at Ypsilanti resulted in a d ai
lock, the Michigan players failig to
take advantage of several opportuni-
ties to score, besides being hindered
by the unregulated goals. Saturday's
game will be played with -cvcy r-lc
adiiered to ,and the outco ir will be
decisive without. alabis.
Ask to see the New
chi n Calendar
It is a "Beauty" at 50c
IM ICHIGAN- PENNYS I
Banners, Pennants, Arm Bands, etc., etc.
ULui~e~i~ lfuztc Ibouze
Corner Maynard and William Streets
Michigan Men Should Know
The Michigan Songs
Complete Stock at the University Music House
EVERY MICHIGAN STUDENT and
ALUMNUS S H O U L D HAVE A
Woven in blue
SEE WINDOW AT
The Druggists on the corner.. State and N. University
Tailors to Men
Our Special $30.00 Suits
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Michigan Scrap Books and Song Books
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
eady to wear. The store that
ways treats you fair
124N S. MAIN
- Too bad, we'll not have
Jimmy Raynsford a n d
Tommy Hughitt. We'll
also miss McHale, James
There's a lot of comfort
in knowing that the reut
of the bunch will be with
us in 1915, and that Fred
Gross will still be selling
E d. V. Price & Co.'s
He's showing a "Whale
of Line" of new Autumn
woolens, and more new,
College Styles than' any
One in town.'
Cluett, Peabody Co., Inc. Makers
Where will You Take HER? To
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4th and Liberty
After the show
After' the Dance
After the Came
Wahr's Shoe Stores,
the largest and
most com plete
for ladies and
Our Candies are Pure and Whotesente, and Fresh every day
RRYTHING, good or
even am' t no fool
like an owe fool.
Mellowness is the rare gift bestowed by Time on only the
best of man's or natur°'s handiwork-the fine wine, the
fine violin and VELVET. VELVET, The Smoothest
Smoking Tobacco, is Kentucky's Burley de Luxe, with all
its natural flavor and body mellowed to an aged-in-the-
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30c tins and 5c :nutl-ii.ed bags.
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When near by drop In and let u 9 show you the new Fall models
Touring Cars and Auto
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We beg to announce .that the man-
agement of the Michiganensian has
selected us as one of the oMcial phc-
tographers for 1914 and 1915. We are,
the only portrait photographers locat-
ed on the campus which makes a great
saving of time to you. At least call in
and see us before deciding. Daines and
Nickels, 336 South State St. 34-5
University Ave. Pharmacy. Fountaini
Pens and Student Supplies. tf
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George's Chop Suey
Delicious Chinese and American Dishes
341 S. State St. Phone 1244 L
In future all cars stop at Goodyear
Drug Store. tt
After the Michigan-Penn game
dance at Granger's from 9-12. 50 cents
per couple. Best of music and best
Ann Arbor Taxicab Co.
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