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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
I Imlii i 111 11 i11 i

blished Quality
Le keynote of our business. Our experience of twen-
even years, on exclusively made-to-order work, the
s of our fabrics and the entire supervision in the cut-
g and building by the man who measures you are the
s upon which we base our established quality. r

Co., Tailors,

311 S. State St.

EXT I
U N I V E R S IT
E X T, BUA K,

New and S cortd Hand
IC INSTRUMEE NTS
Save your money and buy
THE RICHTER BRAND

Log Slide Rule, $7.50 with Leather Case. Fountain Pens. IP.
Note Books. Try Sheehan's Special Self-filling Pen $1.50

SHEEHAN
Students Bookstore

I .___________________________________

ROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
and Express Cars for Detroit-7:ro
and hourly to 6:co p. n., also 8:io.
ars for Detroit-5:40 a. m., 6:o6 a. tn.,
very two hours to 6:o6 p. m., 7:o6 p.
:o6 p. in., 9:io p. mn., and 10:45 p. im.
psilanti onlyi2i : :5 p. m., 12:15 p. in.,
p. m., x :oo a. m.
tCars for Jackson-7 :46 a. in. and
two hours to 9:46 p. in.
ars for Jackson-s:12 a. m., 6 .s r a. m.,
:very two hours to 6:51 p. m., also
p. in., i i :15 p. m.

DARPENTERS and
Decorators are work-
ing top speed on the
new building whose entire
Second Floor.will be given
over soon to a greater and
better
Announcement of the
change will be made short-
ly.
Meanwhile the present
Tea Room will continue
with meals
-Splendidly prepared
-Splendidly served
-Splendidly in season

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Published every !Horning 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, $2.50; by mail, $2.50. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. HF.
Davis, cor. Packard and State. 'Phones g6o
and 24r4.
I. Beach Carpenter....... Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field....... Business Manager
Fred Foulk...................News editor
11. F. McKinney..... ....Associate Editor
'. Fawley Tapping..........Associate Editor
F. M. Church................Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Flofinan Arthur II. Torrey
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1
Night Editor-J. S. Switzer.
DECADENT FRENZY
As long as there are men who like
to stir others, in order that they may
satisfy their own desire for temporary
leadership, and as long as these others
quiver with docility, ready to ram
head-foremost into any projected non-
sense, just so long will there be some
hazing. The hazer is not a bad man.
In "the good old days," the very gen-
ial madness which made him a talent-
ed hazer oftenturned out to be the
same quality which spurred him to
win cases, build bridges and discover
serums in later life.
But hazing has gone out of style,
along with peg-top trousers and kero-
sene study-lamps. The men who took
part in it today are usually not the
genuine leaders, or even the worthy
sheep, in }the student body. They are
the riff-raff, the men who would hoot
at authority and order on the streets!
of any town, even if they were not
under a sort of condoning shield which
isolates college students as unusual
animals.
Hazing is a decayed institution in
American colleges, and its present-
day exponents are not self-respecting
men.
The methodical parent who requires
a monthly expense account is only
slightly more popular than the one
who insists on coming to Ann Arbor
to get young Clarence started.
If '18 sounds a long ways off for the
regular freshman, let him take com-
fort from the Union register, where
one man has,signed up as '21M.
The man who criticises the team in
a loud voice is not necessarily an ex-
Varsity player.
Fall plowing seems to have gone on
without interruption on the campus.
Praised be the land-lady who' sup-
plies tungstens.

i'iajestie Vaudeville
A pony ballet of 10 dancers will be
featured in "Safety First," which opens
a three days' engagement at the Ma-
jestic tonight. The piece is described
as musical farce.
The Prince Chap
Folowing a performance in Bay City
which did not net enough to pay trans-
fer charges, "The Prince Chap" com-
pany, which was to appear at the Whit-
ney Saturday, disbanded, the local en-
gagement being cancelled.

For All D i ,, eu. n
DRAWINC INSTRM EN
and ENCINEER U L
LOOSE LEAP NOTE BOO ) I TC

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OF INTEREST TO WOMEN *

CHES

New and Second and

We serve them quickly, our
prices are moderate and we
are liberal in quantity.
C UTTL ES
ON STATE

TEXT

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State
Street

F Main
:r45 Street
Universit ~ostr

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Open during Store hours
Either elevator to second floor

CHOOL SUPPLIES
FIN E'
Michigan Stationery
FountainPens
All best makes, sold and repaired
VING F. SCHLE EDE - - 340 S. State St.
HAL LER. JEWELRY CO.
STATE STREET JEWELERS
tain Pens Alarm Clocks Souvenir Spoons Novelties
University of Michigan Pins."
Complete line of Watches, Jewelry and Silverware
FINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING
9taote Street Postal Statlon Loca.ted in Store
ours 7.50 a, In. to 6 p. in. daily except Saturday, 7.50 a. in. to s p. in.
oney Order and Registry Department hours, 8a. in. to 6p. m. daily.
HALLER JEWELRY COMPANY
)amBurchfield & Co.

The hours for women at the offices
of the University health service, 226
S. Ingalls street, are from 9:00 to
12:00 o'clock daily.
* * *
Judith Ginsburg, '15, is chairman of
the committee planning the vocational
conference, which is to be held at the
university during November. Author-
ities on different lines of work, as do-
mestic science, library work, and civil
service, will hold round table con-
ferences in the women's league par-
lors.
** *
Information concerning employment
for college women may be obtained by
calling Marian Stowe, '16, 815-J, or
by applying at Newberry hall.
Tickets are now on sale to sopho-
mores and upper-class women at fif-
ty cents in Newberry hall for the ban-
quet to be given October 10 by the
Y. W. C. A. in honor of the freshmen.
Sophomores and upper-class wom-
en desiring to take work in physical
training, are asked to report at Bar-
bour gymnasium before 5:30 o'clock
Friday afternoon, October 2.
- Entries for the woman's inter-class
tennis tournament wil be closed at
5:30 o'clock, Saturday, October 3.
To Hold Red Cross Mass Meeting Soon
Arrangements are nearing comple-
tion for-a large Red Cross mass meet-
ing to be held in Hill auditorium soon.
The purpose of the meeting will be to
raise funds for the American Red
Cross. Three organizations, the Cos-
mopolitan club, the Daughters of the
American Revolution and the Red
Cross association are co-operating in
the arrangement of a program. Several
speakers whose names have not been
announced are engaged to speak at
the meeting.
Do Not Break City Ordinances.
Don't run auto faster than 10 miles
an hour in, business districts and 15
miles in other parts of city.
Don't play ball in the streets. All
sidewalks are in the streets.
Don't ride bicycle on sidewalks.
Don't post notices on poles, fences,
buildings or sidewalks.
Don't have a dog around without li-
cense. Bull dogs must be muzzled.
Don't peddle on streets or from
house to house without a license.
Don't break the ordinances of the
city and expect to get off without pay-
ing the penalty. 3-4
Aprons and Lab. supplies in general
at Wahr's University Book Store. eod

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Phone 7

C A N'T
Imake allt
the men's
clothes
made in
town, so I
make the:
BEST of it,

BIG buildin's don't make th
best college. Gt . 'g men al
the buildin's will je t.
O sort o' grow. VELVE ~ >f
ain't good because it \
made by the world's
biggest tobacco h ouSe
th' house grew becau.eN: - ---i
of the kind o' goods t
put out,
VELVET, The Smoothest SmokiIng Tobaeo, is Ien
tucky's Burley de Luxe with that aged-in-the-woo -il-
lowness. 10c tins and 5c metal-lined ;:ag,0s.
13~4~co

FOR RENT-Two desirable rooms in
quiet house, well lighted and heated,
near the campus, to me of good hab-
its who are here for business. Ap-
ply 123 N. Thayer St Phone 183-J.
A bag of fine peanuts at the game
helps some. Try Dean's. 3&6
PAC]KARD ACADEMY
Dancing classes every Monday and
Thursday 7:00 p. m., beginning Oct-
5th and 8th. A very competent in-
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.

Call up 57 and we will deliver you a
pound of fresh roasted peanuts for 10c.
3&6

Call "Messenger." 795-J.
Brown, '17E.

A.F
3&6

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

im Burchfield & Co.
E 599 106 E. HURON ST.
art College Right

ROOMS TO RENT-Proces reasonable.
1221 S. University. 3-4
FOR SALE-Good set draftinginstru-
ments Cheap. Phone 962-M. R. D.
Albertson, 127 N. State St. 3-4
Best shoe shining. Hats of all kinds
cleaned and blocked. Next to Wagner
& Co. eod.
When you return to town ten years-
from now you will give us a call if
you buy peanuts now at Dean's. 3&6'
Michigan Stationary Memory Books,
Song Books. Banners, Pennants etc. at]
Wahr's University Book Store. eod.
THE KEMPF MUSIC STUDIOS, 312"
S. Division St. . Phone 212-J. Piano,
Voice, Pipe Organ, Harmony. Leave
orders for fine piano tuning. Good
tenor soloist wanted for church work.
F O R S A L E- Work your way
through school. Vacuum Cleaner and
business established. Snap for -right
man. Inquire University Ave. Phar-
macy, So. University and Church Sts.
LOST-A self-filling Conklin fountain
pen Tuesday morning. Call 452 or
return to 1205 Hill. 3

FOR RENT - x'->n room for
gi on st noor L 1014 E.
LOST- -AthletPc 1bouk on Rerry held
September 3iQ. Li1bcra1 rcward if re-
turned to Miss Pbye w Waters.
1017 L. tUth''rio:, U'
FOR RE Two )sitbL, txoms in
quiet hom-e, weil iP~hd Gi heated,
near t . p , of good
habits who are here for business. 3
LOST- A pik a brooch sept. 21,
at M. C epo oi on ca . Call
368 or at 8l4 S, Vnhver~ity and re-
ceive rew~u-d. 3
I OST---Micaiga mu Haicl' (1915).
Finder p1-ask notif I eindel,
506 S. ith Ae, a1:u;e j1 4- . 3
FOR RENT- Snu rooms rvte toi-
let et - , heat,
ch e a Wa p one 291.
3-4
FOR SALE-Good set t ln instru-
ments. Cheap. Phone 2-M. 3-4
FOR RENT- -T irab rou two
blocks fro a e is. l e low. 412
Caulen 'lace bh' i ' 'en Voland and
Geddes. 3
For M ssenger call 7- un Arbor
Parcel & essenger S -Auto
and Bit.-cI [klivery, . i . -wn '17e

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FURNISHINGS

The Official Fresh Cap
All Wool Mackinaws
The known "Young Hat"
Balmacaans

Toggery Shop
So. University Ave.

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