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MICHIGAN DAILY

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TI1El 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 fmatter.
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
'by carrier, $2.50; by mail,$a .so. Want ad.
stations~: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy;,(C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 960
FEditorial Office Phone -244

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Unitarian Church
At 10:30, first of Four Sermons on
Christianity:-How Far Was Jesus a
Christian? At 1:45 Mr. C. C. Freeman
speaks to the Social Service Class on
the Government of Cities. No Young
People's meeting because of Hill Au-,
ditortum Service.
-Itarian Church

MICH IGAN - PENNSY
Banners, Pennants, Arm Bands, etc., etc.

Michigan Scrap Books and Song Books

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ANY
State St.

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IT BALL eOOOS
ne of Foot Bail Coods of all kinds
rom $1.00 to $5.00
Supplies

utfit for $2.25. Get your Gym Shoes for
the rush 750
echa's
Students Bookstore

LINES

TABLE

rs for Detroit-7:o
:10 p. in.. 'also 8:10
:40 a. m., 6:o6 a. m.,
> 6:o6 p. in., 7:06 p.
i., and 10:45 p. M.
on-7:46 a. m. and
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:12a. in., 61 2a. in.,
to 6:51 p. in., also

prepared
meet your.
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COPYRIGHT BY
Ei. V. PRICE a CO.
The Little Schoolmaster ?ay':
When lye take
on Cornell"
every loyal Wolverine, from,
"Stude' to- "Alumni" will
be on hand..
Verily, this is one great foot-
ball year, and A n n Arbor
has been stirred as never be-
fore. The only thing that
keeps Fred. W. Gross, 4th'
And Liberty Sts., from get-
ting into the game is that.
"business just-won't let him."

H. Beach Carpenter........Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field........Business Manager
Fred Foulk.................News itor
. Kinney..... Associate rditr
T. 'HawCeyrTapping.........Associate Editor
F. M. Church ..............Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
John L~eonard Ray Leff ler
Rudolph Hofman Arthur H. Torrey
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1914:
Night Editor--C: A. Swainson.
THAT MICHIGAN BAND.
It was not so many years ago that
the band of a rival institution appear-
ed on Ferry field, and everybody bus-
led themselves in making slighting
comparisons, to the disadvantage of
the Michigan band. Last Saturday the
tables were reversed. The Wolverine
organization appeared on Soldiers'
field, Cambridge, and the eastern press
has not yet finished its commendation.
Those who did not go to Harvard,
but who saw the band yesterday af-
ternoon on Ferry field, can understand
the enthusiastic reception of last
week. The spirit engendered by such
an organization is hard to resist. As
an exhibition to relieve, yet intensify,
the struggle itself, the band is becom-
ing a necessary adjunct of the Mich-
igan team.
The band was given a deserved trib-
ute recently. If it continues to im-
prove in the all-around way that has
marked Its history for the last twoI
years, it will not want for consistent
appreciation.
Often it's the student who sleeps
through his lectures who studies until
two or three bells every morning.
All-American prospects are attract-
ing much more attention than the lat-
est from the war zone.
"Buzz" came back, and several
thousand rooters are pleased as a re-
sult.

State
Street

Ask to see the New
Michigan Calendar
It is a "Beauty" at 60c

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Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
In this morning's Daily, at the hot-
tom of the third column on the first
page, there appears an item headed
"Mistake may give boat site." The
first paragraph of this item is as iol-
lows: "Director Floyd A. Rowe, who
was engaged in surveying land for the
University this summer, has discov-
ered that two acres of land up the
river, near the place where the Boat
club regatta is held, belong to the
University."
I take exception to the publication
of this statement for the following
reason: I was called to the telephone
last evening fron the dinner table- to
be asked by a . "Daily reporter" with
regard to this "discovery." I informed
the person who talked to me that it
was not a discovery; that the deed
-had been in the University offices for
years, and that his understanding of
the matter as expressed in his ques-
tion to me was incorrect. Notwith-
standing my statement to him the ar-
title appeared according to his precon-
ceived notion or desire and directly
contrary to my statement to him as to
the truth. In addition, there was theI
added impudence of the head line "Mis-
take may give boat site." The ques-
tion naturally arises, Whose mistake?
I have always endeavored to give
courteous attention to representatives
of The Daily, even when telephone

tfrsit Musflwic ob
Corer Maynard and William Stteets
Mic igan. Men Should Know
TheMichigan Songs
Complete Stock at the University Muste House
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EVERY MICHIGAN STUDENT and
ALUMNUS SHO U L D HAVE A

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SMichiganTo wel,

WAHR'sStreet
University Bookstore

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Woven in blue

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SEE WINDOW AT
Quarry Dru Co..
The Druggists on the corner. State and N. University I

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Someone asks if the Pennsy drum-
mers beat their way to Ann Arbor.
The German bullet proved, to be a
whole imperial army.
That dog, however, was the greatest
ground-gainer.
Classes will resume Again tomorrow
morning.
That last glimpse out of the car win
dow.

interviews have come at inopportune
times, and when the question 'of the
interviewer showed such ignorance of
facts which should be known to every
freshman in the University that the
questions themselves were barely in-
telligent. I draw the line, however,
at the point where The Daily prints an
article in direct and unmistakably in-
tended contradiction to the facts as I,
have stated them to the reporter. I
do not see how I can continue to give
information to an organization which
tacitly accuses me of giving it mis-in-
formation.
SHUXLEY W. SMITH, Sect.

Tailors to Men
Our Special -,$3000 Suits
Have
QUALITY THAT
UALIPYS
UlCKLY
Henry & Co.
71 1 N. University AveH
Where will You Take HER? To

However, that will not keep
YOU from dropping in today

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ist on the

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and leaving your measure for
a new Autumn suit, tailored-
to-order by ED. V. PRICE

HILL'S SWEET CIDER.
2140 Kenmore Brook Orchards.

Phone
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"THE POPULAR PLACE" "

and up

Do it now!

SBlock "M" Postal Cards of the Team

at Lyndon's.

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After the Game

LICHT LUNCHd
After the show

After the Dance

Co., Inc. Makers~

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You will find
the largest and
most complete
line of

The Students Wives Association IBuy your Conklin Pen at Y
will hold a social evening at 7:45 Buyyor Uonk70n Pen a t
o clock, November 9, in Newberry all.en'sharacy, 70 Packard st
All members are urged to be present,
and those who have not yet connected See our Student Lamps a
themselves with the association are Switzers, 810 State St.
urged to do so at this time.
Mandolin club meets at 3:30 this In future all cars stop at G
afternoon at Delta Upsilon house. Drug Store.
Dinner of the Cabinet at 5:45 o'clock,-
Dinner of the Cabinet at 5:45 o'clock Univerity Ave. Pharmacy. F
Tuesday, at the Union. Pens ag4 4 t Spplies.

an Der-
reet. i
t $2.45.
tf
oodyear
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r T 1 YPEWR ITERS
of all makes, Bought,
' Sold, and Exchanged
at prices consistent
with quality.
Typewriting SuppliesType-
writing and -Mimeographing
O. D MORRILL
Baltimore Luuch )
2285' s:1tb St. Phone 582-J

Our Candies are Pure and Wholesome, and Fresh every day

Flowersi
Choice Cut Flower.sS
Fine lot of Palms and
Ferns for Decorating
Cor. 12th St. and S. Uglv. Ave.
Phoz2 s .. 3s

Footwear
for ladies and
gentlemen at
MAIN STREET
STATE STREE T

hoe Stores,

by drop in antlet us show you the new Fall models

MACKINAWS
The new shades-vague greens and reds, made up in the latest style, Nor-
folk and half Norfolk, with belted pockets, at $4.80 to $6.78 saves you
J2.50 a coat.
The. *Bst-'ir-Towjm" Toq
is a full sized, long, heavy toque-the kind you have always wanted-SOc
Muller Gym. Suits
Our Gym. Suit is so much better than the common kind, yet sells at the
same price, $1.00 suit, entire outfit $2.25. We are glad to show it to
you and explain the four exclusive features.
HARRY MULLER, 334 S. State St. (above Cushings)

a Taxi"
Phone 2280
Taxicabs, Limousines,
Touring Cars and Auto
Baggage Trucks A

Now is the time to buy that "M"
Scrap Book and a few pictures of the
Greatest Football Team Michigan ev-
er had-Lyndon. tf
LOST-Either on State St., Huron or
Division, one fur collar of silver
painted fox. Reward. Leave at
Quarry Drug'store.
FOR RENT-Furnished suite, one
block from campus on street car
line. Electrically lighted and wellj
heated. Inquire 912 Monroe St.

Phone 2323.

Taxicab Co.

LOST-On State St., between Park
street and Main entrance to Ferry
field, or on Ferry field, a ladies' seal
skin cap, Saturday, Nov. 7, 1914.
Finder please leave at Daily office
and receive reward.
FOR SALE-Finest lot in Ann Arbor
for Fraternity or Sorority. Near
corner of S. University and Washte-
naw. Almost 120 feet square. Call
1064-J or 614 S. Thayer, tf

Liberty

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